News Roundup! Focus Group In Pennsylvania Stand With PDJT’s Decision To Kill Soleimani, Money Talks & BS Walks, Another High Level Iranian Militia Commander Is Killed In Iraq, Arson Arrest Total Hits 183 In Australia, Susan Collins Is A POS, Judge Jeanine’s Opening Statement, Rudy’s Interview, Jesse Waters’ Opening Statement, Florida Man Gets 90 Days For Spitting On Trump Supporter, Iraq Playing With Fire With Their Threat, Devin Nunes Not Happy With the Selection Of David Kris…..

Swing voters in Pennsylvania stand with our President and his decision to kill Soleimani.

From the article linked above:

WILKES-BARRE, Pa. — Swing voters here are standing behind President Trump’s decision to launch an airstrike that killed Iranian general Qasem Soleimani.

Why it matters: Their comments suggest these voters back Trump on the Iran strike more solidly than the public at large — though some are weary of foreign wars and made it clear they want them to end.

  • That was a main takeaway from our Engagious/FPG focus group this week, which included 11 people who flipped from Barack Obama in 2012 to Trump in 2016.
  • The focus group session was held on Monday, a day before Iran’s retaliatory strikes.
  • While a focus group is not a statistically significant sample like a poll, these responses show how some voters are thinking and talking about the 2020 election in crucial counties.

Between the lines: This small group of voters in a key state told us that national security issues are even more important to their 2020 vote than the economy, presenting a potential dilemma for Trump if the conflict doesn’t end with Iran’s retaliatory strikes.

  • But that also suggests there’s a potential for a greater political upside for the president on the Iran issue, because he’ll get a lot of credit from these folks if the U.S. and Iran succeed in de-escalating the crisis.
  • In fact, some indicated they’re slightly more likely to vote for him again in 2020 — even if we did enter a war with Iran.
  • When asked what these voters like about the president politically, a handful said things like, “He tells it like it is” and “he takes the bull by the horns.”

What they’re saying: “I respect his decision. He’s our president. He knows more than we know and you just have to trust that it’s in the best interest of us people to do something like that,” said 51-year-old Ron B.

  • Others felt that the president has been held back from doing what he really wants to do, and this was an example of him taking charge.
  • Mark S., 49, said the airstrike was a good decision because it signals to Iran “that we’re not going to sit here and just have you kill our people for no apparent reason. And us to sit there and say, okay, it’s fine.”

Money talks and BS walks when voters decide who their next President will be. Even Fake News realizes it.

More and more evidence that the Iranians are one step closer to being free. The garbage is starting to be cleaned up.

From the article linked above:

High-level pro-Iran militia commander is assassinated in Iraq by unknown gunmen

  • PMF leader Taleb Abbas Ali al-Saedi was shot dead late on Saturday in Karbala
  • The shooters have not been identified and the US military has not commented
  • Al-Saedi was a prominent commander in Iraq’s pro-Iran Shiite militias 

A prominent pro-Iran militia commander has been killed by unidentified gunmen in Iraq.

High-level Popular Mobilization Forces leader Taleb Abbas Ali al-Saedi was shot dead late on Saturday in Karbala, a city about 62 miles southwest of Baghdad.

Local media reported that al-Saedi was ‘assassinated’ by unknown gunmen, but no further details about the shooters were immediately available.

Al-Saedi was the commander of the Karbala Brigades, a unit within the Iran-backed Shiite PMF umbrella group.

I don’t want to hear a single person speak about climate change being the cause of the fires in Australia.

From the article linked above:

More than 180 alleged arsonists have been arrested since the start of 2019, with 29 blazes deliberately lit in the Shoalhaven region of southeast NSW in just three months.

The Shoalhaven fires were lit between July and September last year, with Kempsey recording 27 deliberately lit fires,NSW Bureau of Crime and Statistics and Research data shows.

Police arrested 183 people for lighting bushfires across Queensland, NSW, Victoria, South Australia and Tasmania.

NSW police data shows that since November 8, 24 people have been arrested for deliberately starting bushfires, while 184 people have been charged or cautioned for bushfire-related offences.

This woman really is a POS!

From the article linked above:

A key Republican senator is working behind the scenes to build support for calling witnesses in President Trump’s upcoming impeachment trial.

Sen. Susan Collins, a centrist Republican up for reelection later this year, told the Washington Examiner she is working with “some of my Republican colleagues,” as well as party leaders, “to reach an agreement on how to proceed with the trial that will allow the opportunity for witnesses for both the House managers and the president’s counsel if they choose to do so.”

Judge Jeanine’s opening statement which was tweeted by our President:

Our President tweeted Rudy’s interview with Judge Jeanine:

Our President also tweeted Jesse Waters‘ opening statement:

I love the fact this POS is getting jail time!

From the article linked above:

A Florida man who was caught on a restaurant security camera spitting on a 67-year-old Trump supporter wearing a MAGA hat was sentenced to 90 days in Indian River County Jail, a report said.

Democrat Matthias Ajple, 43, was convicted of battering Robert Youngblood in an attack at Hurricane Grill & Wings in Vero Beach, documents obtained by The Smoking Gun show.

On Oct. 25, Ajple walked around the restaurant’s bar and told Youngblood, “You should go back to Russia, you f–king communist.”

The liberal smacked Youngblood’s head and spit on him. He got into his car and drove away.

Police later tracked Ajple down and arrested him, charging him with battery.

I loved seeing this article! This is how you play hardball with these morons.

From the article linked above:

The Trump administration warned Iraq this week that it risks losing access to a critical government bank account if Baghdad kicks out American forces following the U.S. airstrike that killed a top Iranian general, according to Iraqi officials.

The State Department warned that the U.S. could shut down Iraq’s access to the country’s central bank account held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, a move that could jolt Iraq’s already shaky economy, the officials said.

Iraq, like other countries, maintains government accounts at the New York Fed as an important part of managing the country’s finances, including revenue from oil sales. Loss of access to the accounts could restrict Iraq’s use of that revenue, creating a cash crunch in Iraq’s financial system and constricting a critical lubricant for the economy.

Devin Nunes is sickened by the selection of David Kris to oversee the FBI’s reform.

From the article linked above:

  • Former DOJ official David Kris was picked Friday to oversee the FBI’s reforms of its surveillance procedures in the wake of a damning inspector general’s report. 
  • Kris was an ardent defender of the FBI’s surveillance of Carter Page. He was also a vocal critic of Republicans who suggested the FBI misled the surveillance court in its applications to wiretap Page. 
  • In one essay, Kris endorsed a suggestion that Rep. Devin Nunes should face obstruction of justice charges.
  • Nunes told the Daily Caller News Foundation the choice of Kris is “shocking and inexplicable.”  

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