News Roundup! Former CEO Of Overstock Corp., Recession My Ass Says the Economic Train, Interview With Larry Kudlow, The Federal Reserve Is Messing With the Wrong LION, Not Easy To Buy A Gun At Walmart, 17 Immigration Fixes, Medal Of Freedom Given To Bob Cousy, Mumbling Stumbling Biden…..

WOW! This has the potential to be very explosive.

  • Byrne is now saying that in 2015 and 2016 the FBI operation was part of a network of political surveillance being conducted by the FBI on different presidential candidates.
  • Byrne names FBI Agent Peter Strzok as the person giving the instructions.
  • Byrne names: Hillary Clinton, Marco Rubio, Ted Cruz and Donald Trump as the four candidates under FBI surveillance, and/or inside an operation consisting of political espionage.
  • Byrne claims he was offered a $1 billion bribe to keep quiet.
  • Byrne also states that there are additional witnesses.
  • Byrne states he went to the DOJ in April 2019 (3rd – 10th), after Bill Barr became the Attorney General because he was informed that the new AG was trustworthy and going to support.
  • Byrne told the DOJ everything that was happening.
  • Byrne sees the deep divisions currently in our country as partly driven by this FBI operation which was political espionage.
  • Byrne feels an obligation to share the truth in an effort to help the nation understand what was happening.

Here is a thread on Overstock’s CEO Robert Byrne and his interview with Martha McCallum. We have to pray for Robert because they will do anything to shut him up.

They can stick their recession right up their asses. The Economic Train is having fun with all of them. The Economy is humming and there is nothing they can do or say that will change it.

From the article linked above:

The number of Americans filing applications for unemployment benefits fell sharply last week, suggesting the labor market was holding firm despite a manufacturing slowdown and concerns the economy is on a path toward recession.

Initial claims for state unemployment benefits dropped 12,000 to a seasonally adjusted 209,000 for the week ended Aug. 17, the Labor Department said on Thursday.

The decline was sharper than expected. Economists polled by Reuters had forecast claims would drop to 216,000 in the latest week.

Larry Kudlow joined Fox Business yesterday afternoon to discuss the current state of the economy. He was also questioned about the media reports surrounding discussions of new tax cuts, tax rate modifications and tax policy.

He also discussed the latest position on the U.S-China trade discussion.

The Federal Reserve is doing everything in their power to mess with our Economy. It won’t work and will destroy the world economy even more.

From the article linked above:

Federal Reserve officials may not tweet their views of monetary policy but on Thursday they were happy to take to television interviews to challenge President Donald Trump’s view about the need for lower rates.

The heads of the Kansas City and Philadelphia Federal Reserve banks both said in interviews with CNBC that they thought the July rate cut was unnecessary and further cuts uncalled for. The bond market momentarily seemed to revolt, inverting the yield curve for the third time in eight days.

Another BS narrative blows up in their face!

From the article linked above:

  • Walmart is facing calls to stop selling guns in the wake of deadly shootings at its stores.
  • I went to a Walmart store in Virginia with the intention of buying a gun as part of an investigation into the placement, selection, marketing, security, and sales of firearms in Walmart’s stores.
  • My journey to bring a gun home from Walmart was more complicated than I expected, and I was left with the impression that the company takes gun security and sales seriously.


  • Walmart does not make it easy to figure out which stores sell guns.
  • The firearms at Walmart were locked inside a case and secured to one another with zip ties attached to a metal cord.
  • Only certain employees can open the case and handle the firearms. These include sporting-goods associates or salaried managers who have passed both an enhanced background check and online training provided by Walmart, the company told me. The store employees abided by these rules while I was there.
  • When I asked to purchase a gun, the Walmart employee who was authorized to sell guns called for backup to make sure the process was completed correctly.
  • Walmart refused to sell me a gun when an authorized seller wasn’t present and when the address on my license didn’t match my home address, even though those issues could mean a lost sale.
  • There were no advertising materials or promotions in the store to lure people to buy guns.

Excellent article that explains the 17 different fixes that are cutting illegal crossings.

From the article linked above:

The Trump administration’s change, announced Wednesday, to end “catch-and-release” immigration is the 17th initiative announced this year alone — moves that are leading to a decrease in illegal crossings.

Below are the immigration efforts unveiled this year by the administration, pulled from a new fact sheet:

  • Flores change to stop catch-and-release by holding immigrant families in federal facilities while their case is processed instead of releasing them after 20 days and hoping they return to immigration courts.
  • Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), a deal in which migrants seeking admission to the U.S. from Mexico may be required to wait in Mexico. Since it was signed in May, Southwest border arrests have decreased 43%.
  • Border Wall. 52 miles new wall built in heavily trafficked areas along the Southern border with 334 miles of border wall promised to be built by the end of 2020.
  • 5,000 troops have been sent to the border.
  • The Pentagon has redirected $2.5 billion from the military construction budget to help build 100 miles of the wall along the Southern border.
  • The U.S. and Guatemala agreed to enter an Asylum Cooperative Agreement to allow asylum seekers to be transported to Guatemala to seek asylum there first.
  • $4.6 billion in emergency aid sought by the administration was approved. The administration said it provided “minimal funding for the humanitarian mission at the border, providing supplies for the hundreds of thousands of aliens coming into the country each month.”
  • The “asylum rule” made migrants ineligible for asylum if they passed through another country on their way to the U.S. without claiming asylum there. Only 10 to 15 percent are ever granted asylum.
  • The public charge rule requires immigrants to “be self-sufficient and able to support themselves without specified government welfare benefits.”
  • Drug enforcement was expanded. In June, U.S. Customs and Border Patrol seized a vessel that contained 33 thousand pounds of cocaine, one of the largest cocaine drug seizures in history.
  • The administration moved to challenge activist judicial decisions.
  • Law enforcement has been beefed up, especially at ICE where enforcement and removal operations have been expanded.
  • More Border Patrol agents have been assigned to the border.
  • More asylum officers, 500 more by the end of the year, have been created.
  • Sponsors of migrants are now facing enforcement of their legal responsibilities.
  • Justice issued a rule “more clearly defining the category of ‘social groups’ as a claim for credible fear in asylum cases.”
  • The minimum investment required in the EB-5 Visa Immigrant Investor Program was increased.

Our President presented basketball legend, Robert Cousy, the Presidential Medal of Freedom

Meanwhile, here is their dream candidate that is going to beat our President in 2020.

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