5.26.20 News Roundup! PDJT and FLOTUS Memorial Day, Arlington Ceremony, PDJT’s Speech, Memorial Day Ceremony, Fort McHenry, Closing In On 200 Miles Of Wall, VP’s Interview, Americans Want Economic Nationalism, There Are A Few Democrats That Stand With PDJT, Prisoners Don’t Take Kindly To Inmates That Beat Up the Elderly, China Is Going All In On Hong Kong, AG Barr Is Signing A Different Tune When It Comes To Rosenstein & Mueller, Devin Nunes’ Interview…..

Yesterday our President, FLOTUS, Vice-President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence, together with Defense Secretary Mark Esper, lay a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington to honor Memorial Day.

In the amphitheater was Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao & Treasury Secretary Mnuchin.

[Video Below]

Here are some pictures from the ceremony:

Following the touching ceremony at Arlington the President and FLOTUS traveled to Fort McHenry National Monument and Historic Shrine in Maryland where our President delivered remarks honoring Memorial Day 2020.

[Video and Transcript Below]

https://publicpool.kinja.com/subject-remarks-by-president-trump-at-a-memorial-day-c-1843658046

Here are some pictures from the event:

Here are some shorter video clips:

We are six miles away from hitting 200 miles of Wall!

Our Vice President was interviewed on Fox and Friends yesterday morning.

Here are some shorter video clips:

AMERICA FIRST is what Americans want! Their is only one candidate that fits the bill on November 3rd.

From the article linked above:

Up to 94 percent of American voters say they want an economic nationalist overhaul of the United States’ economy in the wake of the Chinese coronavirus crisis, a survey reveals.

A survey conducted by FTI Consulting finds that American voters overwhelmingly want economic nationalist policies implemented — including more tariffs on foreign imports, mandatory country-of-origin labeling, and a requirement that goods be made in the U.S.

In total, about 66 percent of Americans support increasing tariffs on foreign imports while only 34 percent want more free trade agreements between the U.S. and other countries.

Likewise, 76 percent of Americans said they are willing to pay 5 percent to 100 percent more for U.S.-made products over products made overseas. Just 24 percent said they are not willing to pay more money for U.S.-made products.

The poll shows that Americans are increasingly growing tired of their goods being made in China. Today, about 4-in-10 Americans say they will not buy products imported from China. A plurality of about 34 percent of the 60 percent of Americans who said they will still buy products from China said they will do so but do not like the fact that they are made in China.

Americans are most supportive of economic nationalist policies that mandate country-of-origin labeling so consumers are fully aware of where products are made and imported from, as well as requirements that key supplies, goods, and products be manufactured in the U.S.

About 94 percent of Americans said they support requiring labels on each product that indicates all of the countries where the product was designed, manufactured, and assembled and indicates what percentage of the product was made in each country. Only six percent oppose the requirement.

Our President rightfully reminds voters where SleepyCreepy Joe stands on China:

There are Democrats that have the guts to stand with our President.

From the article linked above:

Democratic lawmakers in battleground states have unexpectedly broken ranks in recent weeks to heap praise on President Trump, stirring up turmoil in their party.

Republicans see those rebels as a good sign for Mr. Trump and down-ballot races on Election Day in November.

Democrats in Pennsylvania, Georgia and Michigan suffered pushback for their pro-Trump rhetoric within the last month. The phenomenon is all the more startling because those are Trump-won states that Democrats hope to take back in 2020.

[…] The pro-Trump rebels include Michigan state Rep. Karen Whitsett, who represents a Detroit district.

[…] In Georgia, state Rep. Vernon Jones broke with his Democratic Party by saying he would endorse Mr. Trump. He cited the president’s handling of criminal justice reform and support for historically black colleges.

[…] Pennsylvania, county Democratic leaders rose up to castigate the party’s highest-ranking politician, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi of California. They also slammed Rep. Adam Schiff, the California Democrat who led the impeachment effort against Mr. Trump.

It is part of a “Democrats for Trump movement,” according to a Washington Post report, that is causing headaches for the party’s county and state leaders in the Keystone State.

Boaters in South Carolina show their appreciation for our President:

This POS deserves everything that is coming for him in prison!

From the article linked above:

Jaden Hayden, 20, was charged Sunday in connection with the beating of 75-year-old Norman Bledsoe at a Detroit nursing home.

Hayden, of Ypsilanti, was sharing a room with Bledsoe at the Westwood Nursing Center in Detroit. When he set up his cell phone in the room it’s alleged that Hayden severely attacked the defenseless man by repeatedly punching him in the head on May 10.

Nursing home staff rushed to the room and saw Bledsoe bleeding from both sides of his head. However, he led staff to believe he fell from his bed. He was rushed to the hospital for treatment.

[…] As a result, Hayden has been charged with two counts of Assault with Intent to Do Great Bodily Harm, Larceny in a Building and two counts of Financial Transaction Device, Steal/Retain Without Consent.

Chairman Xi Jinping is deploying the Ministry of State Security – China’s leading intelligence agency – into Hong Kong to begin formal control through national security laws.

From the article linked above:

Beijing appears determined to stamp out any renewed rebellion against the Communist Party’s authority over the former British colony. China’s largely rubber-stamp parliament, the National People’s Congress, is preparing to circumvent the city’s lawmaking body, the Legislative Council, in drafting the new laws.

The fear among many in Hong Kong is that China intends to criminalize existing freedoms, including criticism of the central government and its policies. It is the latest and biggest step in a concerted effort by Beijing to assert control over Hong Kong and its 7.4 million people.

[…] Many details of the new laws and exactly how they will be absorbed into Hong Kong’s existing statutes remain unclear. But Beijing has openly expressed its intentions in recent months. It wants to end the cycle of mass protests that have thwarted successive post-colonial administrations each time they have moved to more closely align the city with China’s political and legal system.

AG Bill Barr is singing a different tune when it comes to Rod Rosenstein and Robert Mueller. AG Bill Barr recently concedes his two friends were corrupt.

[Transcript] …”Now what happened to the president – and I’ve said this many times – what happened to the president in the 2016 election; and throughout the first two years of his administration was abhorrent. It was a grave injustice and it was unprecedented in American history.”

“The law enforcement and intelligence apparatus of this country were involved in advancing a false and utterly baseless Russian-collusion narrative against the president.”

The proper investigative and prosecutive standards of the Dept of Justice were abused, in my view, in order to reach a particular result.”

At the 5:30 point of the interview, Representative Devin Nunes identifies Rod Rosenstein as part of the coup attempt and blasts him for how he structured the fraudulent scope memos.

Nunes says his investigation is now looking at the part of the effort where Robert Mueller’s investigation was used as part of the initiating effort to remove our President. With the focus on the Mueller team, Nunes is now making additional criminal referrals based on his findings.

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