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COMMON SENSE: Former Secret Service Agent Don Bongino is threatening to go public about the Clintons, hinting “about an alleged Bill Clinton pedophilia connection.” Apparently, Bill Clinton make twenty-six trips on the “Lolita Express” with Epstein to have sex with underage girls. This has been rumored for years but never exposed.
 
If there was ever a time for it, it’s now. My advice to Bongino is to come forward before he meets an untimely death.
 
 
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COMMON SENSE: This is what I think is happening, but it is just my opinion.
 
To most, including the media, President Trump appears to do things randomly, but most of the time his moves are calculated, including calling Senator Warren Pocahontas at a ceremony honoring Navajo World War II veterans. But, why would he do that, knowing it would create a media storm of criticism?
 
As an individual act, it seems foolish but not when it is connected to other things that are happening. To begin with, my calling Senator Warren Pocahontas, Trump brought up the issue of her gaining tenure at Harvard by calling herself a Native American. This was a lie, and it was fraud. Pointing this out was important for Trump because it pinpoints a character flaw she has that is about to be revealed concerning her tenure at the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
 
According to my theory, this agency, which has no Congressional oversight or scrutiny of any kind, was able to fund Progressive groups for years without being held accountable. Now that Mick Mulvaney has been appointed interim director by President Trump, Mulvaney, who is no friend of the CFPB, has authority to open the agencies books and see exactly what it has been doing since President Obama created it in 2010. What the CFPB has done in secret is about to be exposed to the light of day.
 
If I am right, what Mulvaney finds will put Senator Warren at risk in her reelection bid for 2018, but more importantly to Trump, it will effectively nullify her candidacy for President in 2020. That is the real reason Trump, who always plays the long game, chose to demean Elizabeth Warren at the Navajo ceremony. I thought it was funny, but I also believe it was a strategic move by a master chessman.
 
Jack Watts
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searchCOMMON SENSE: In the federal budget, $17 million isn’t much money. It’s almost insignificant, but for millions of Americans, it has become a huge expenditure. That’s how much money has been spent to “hush up” women—and a few boys—for being sexually exploited by members of Congress—both Republicans and Democrats. Apparently, they cannot agree on anything other than this.
 
The most recent Representative to be accused is John Conyers D-MI. He is threatening t take down others with him, and I hope he does. There is no way to “Drain the Swamp” without holding our aberrant leaders to account. Every one of them needs to be exposed—no pun intended.
 
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: This is what doesn’t make sense to me. If Putin has been successful at compromising the Clintons, concerning the Uranium One deal, why would he want Donald Trump to be President and not Hillary? The evidence for paying off the Clintons is substantial—$145 million to the Clinton Foundation, $500,000 for a twenty-minute speech by Bill, etc.
 
Why not go with a sure thing—an easily corruptible Hillary—rather than Trump, who can’t be bought? Obviously, Hillary would never allow her scandalous behavior to come to light, while Trump is itching to get to the truth about Hillary’s pay-to-play State Department.
 
The obsession with “Trump’s Russian Collusion” doesn’t make sense. What this really seems like is projection—like an adulterous spouse accusing his or her mate of infidelity to hide what has really happened. If I am correct, Mueller will be racing to try and take Trump down before the enormity of Hillary’s corruption comes to light. One thing is for certain: We are in for a bruising political battle in 2018.
 
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: If someone asked you for $100 for hush money to hide his or her sexual indiscretion, would you give it to them? Or, would you be insulted and offended that you were even asked? What if that $100 was taken out of your bank account without you knowing about it. How would you feel about that? On a scale of 1-to-10, how angry would you be?
 
That’s exactly what our Congress has done and has been doing to us for years. Without our knowledge or permission, they have spent $15 million as “Hush Money” to keep their sexual deviancy hidden from the American people. This not only has to stop, but the money has to be repaid by the transgressors—not just part of it, all of it.
 
That this has happened, or has even been allowed to happen, indicated just how unethical and corrupt our Congress has become. We, the American people, insist that this slush fund be stopped; the culprits be named; and reimbursement of every cent be made. Nothing short of this is acceptable.
 
Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Here is my prediction: 2018 will be the year of accountability in America, as the deeds of darkness of the corrupt and the perverted will be exposed to the light of day. What is about to happened cannot be stopped nor even contained. Like an avalanche, now that it has started, it will gain momentum, and the face of Washington D.C. and Hollywood will be changed forever.
 
This is a good thing—not a bad thing. Because women and children need to be protected from predators, exposing the guilty is necessary. For an entire generation, we have venerated moral nihilism, and now the consequences of our collective error are becoming apparent, as new revelations about scoundrels come to light each day, especially about those who have exploited women for their own sexual gratification.
 
The Left is being mocked by Conservatives for reevaluating their love affair with Bill Clinton—the most famous predator in American history. That’s not how I look at it. Instead, I see this as a good thing. They have to see this for themselves, and they are beginning to do just that.
 
We should encourage this and not criticize it. After all, they are immune from accepting our perspective. They routinely dismiss everything we have to say. Like Teflon, it rolls off their back, but they do pay careful attention to what writers from the “New York Times” have to say, and these writers are calling into question many things. I say, “Bravo, let the chips fall where they may.”
 

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COMMON SENSE: This fall, the news has been particularly distasteful, with one story after the other being salacious and lewd, especially when it involves the exploitation of women and minors. Such stories have dominated the news. Some have been so distasteful that it makes you want to bathe, or at least wash your hands.

 
Most consider what we are reading or watching on the news to be a bad thing, but that’s not true. It’s a good thing. Let me explain why.
 
Our purpose is to transform America—to bring our great nation back to our foundational roots—and that is exactly what is happening, so do not despair.
 
The deeds of darkness done by our national leaders, as well as our Hollywood celebrities, as dark as they are, are being exposed to the light of day. Their sins are finding them out. That’s a good thing.
 
If you look at what is happening with a discerning spirit, you can see that the God’s Spirit is moving in a mighty way across the land. So, rejoice—not that there is so much Evil, but that it is being exposed for what it is. Once you see this, it will help you pray for everything we need to return America to greatness.
 
—Jack Watts
 
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