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COMMON SENSE: There is a reason why the continuous hammering of the mainstream is not working, and it’s very simple. Trump won the election, fair and square, and it grates against our American sense of fairness for his victory to be challenged. We see what they are doing, including many of his detractors, and we think it is dishonorable. I watch all of the pundits give their analysis, and none of them mention this simple fact. Instead, the great Progressive political thinkers hedge, hem and haw, and spew out excuses that are nothing more than drivel.

 
Let me explain the fairness issue this way. I hate the Florida Gators. It’s very difficult to lose to them, which the Bulldogs do much too often. But when we lose, we accept that we lost and deal with it. We don’t try and investigate the officials or do anything other than try our best to do better the next time.
 
That the media, the Radical Left, and the Democratic Party will not accept that they lost the election is wrong. It’s being a poor sport, and being a good sport is a critical part of the American way of life that we hold dear. The Progressives tell us that Trump is unpopular, but he comes out on top with the American people all the time. Why? It’s because we view him as being honorable, which his unfair opponents are not. It’s as simple as that.
 
 
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161534_100003471255753_672416768_nCOMMON SENSE: Having to face relentless daily attacks by the bitter mainstream media is the new normal for us. This is not going to change. Regardless of how successful President Trump’s agenda is, as long as he is President, he is going to be hounded by a hostile press. This will test his resolve, and it will test ours as well.
 
It will help to start thinking of Trump like Nehemiah, who rebuilt the wall to Jerusalem, while simultaneously having to ward off repeated attacks by his adversaries. Trump is having to do the same thing, which means we have to redouble our efforts to undergird his Presidency with prayer and immovable support. We must stand in the breach of the wall and fight with him to protect our nation from the Progressives.
 
The future of America depends on it. We must not allow the constant naysaying of the Progressives in the media to wear us down. Our children, grandchildren, and great grandchildren are depending on us to remain faithful.
 
 
Jack Watts

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161534_100003471255753_672416768_nCOMMON SENSE: The difference between the belief system I espouse and the beliefs of the Progressive Left have many differences, but the core difference is this. My sense of Right vs. Wrong is absolute. For a Progressive, because there is no such thing as absolute truth, there is no absolute Right & Wrong.
 
Founded upon the Judeo-Christian Ethic and biblical precepts, my beliefs never change, and I have a hard line about what is acceptable and what is not. For a Progressive, achieving and maintaining power is all that is important. Whatever is necessary to make this happen is acceptable—anything.
 
For a Progressive, the ends justify the means. For me, and for millions of others like me, how we do things is more important than achieving our goal. Doing the right thing is more important than winning. For a Progressive, such thinking is nonsense.
 
In this highly charged political climate, because Progressives can justify violence to achieve their ends, nearly all of the criminal acts comes from the Radical Left. They believe this strategy will work. They consider us to be weak, but they are mistaken. We are strong, and we are getting stronger by the day.
#MAGA
 

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COMMON SENSE: The Comey adventure has more twists than a season of “Fargo.”Having written extensively about the mishandling of the Clinton investigation in Creating Trump Nation, it is apparent to me that former Attorney General Loretta Lynch used the power of her office to ensure Hillary Clinton was not indicted, as she should have been.

 
Since Lynch was promised that she would remain her position as Attorney General with a Clinton victory, Lynch’s actions were corrupt. This means Loretta Lynch is guilty of Obstruction of Justice—the exact crime the Democrats are trying to falsely charge President Trump with committing.
 
How ironic that the Democrat’s strategy of connivance has come back to haunt them, and that Comey—America’s Quisling—will inadvertently have orchestrated a major corruption investigation into the bowels of the Deep State. While trying to hurt Trump, Comey has actually expose Lynch, Hillary, and a slew of others to a criminal investigation.
 
Maybe Trump’s campaign slogan, “Lock her up,” will finally come to fruition. Let’s hope so. What’s that they say about Karma?
 
(CREATING TRUMP NATION deals with this subject numerous times. It’s available at B&N, Amazon, and here: http://mcgeeandme.net/books/creating-trump-nationdeplorables-on-facebook-like-me-won-the-white-house)
 

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th-4COMMN SENSE: Having taught government in high school and at Emory University, one of the things I like about the Comey/Trump conflict is how we are all learning a thing or two about Constitutional Law. The Left is accusing President Trump of Obstruction of Justice, but Harvard law Professor Alan Dershowitz says that simply is not true.
 
On CNN, Dershowitz, who is no Conservative said: “Trump could have told Comey, ‘You are commanded, you are directed, to drop the prosecution against Flynn.’ . . . He could’ve said to Comey, ‘Stop this investigation, I am now pardoning Flynn. That’s what President Bush did.” Dershowitz then cited the case of Caspar Weinberger, who was pardoned by George H.W. Bush before he could be tried in connection to the Iran-Contra scandal.
 
I understand that emotions are running high about this, but we must remember the Rule of Law is what will determine the outcome, not who can shout the loudest.
 
 

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COMMON SENSE: How can we prosecute Reality Winner and not prosecute James Comey? The answer is, we cant.

 
Comey, working on his FBI computer, on company time, while riding in his FBI limousine, wrote about his meeting in the Oval Office with the President of the United States. What he wrote is a work document, and it does not belong to him. He’s a lawyer; he knows that, or he should know it. Any private meeting with the President is classified by nature. This makes Comey’s willful, intentional act of leaking an FBI document to the New York Times a felony. It also makes his Law Professor friend at Columbia University an accomplice.
 
Foolishly, Comey has admitted his guilt before 200 million Americans, and he needs to spend 10 years in Leavenworth for his crime. Either that, or don’t press charges on a misguided but idealistic twenty-five-year-old. She had no concept of the consequences of her actions, Comey certainly did. His goal was to bring down the President, but that’s not going to happen. Let him think about that in a cell for the next ten years.
 
(If you like what I write, take a look at my new book, Creating Trump Nation)
 
Jack Watts

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th-1COMMON SENSE: Here are 10 things we have learned from former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony:
 
1. President Trump was never under investigation about Russia.
 
2. President Trump did not obstruct justice, despite his disgruntled former employees desire for this to be true.
 
3. President Trump did not collude with Russia.
 
4. Although they tried, Russia did not alter the election’s outcome.
 
5. President Trump wanted all “satellite” staffers, who were behaving illegally, to be caught, exposed, and prosecuted.
 
5. Comey, the former Director of the FBI, admitted to leaking at least one memo illegally.
 
6. Loretta Lynch pressured Comey to cover for Hillary Clinton, which is Obstruction of Justice.
 
7. Despite overwhelming evidence to indict Hillary, Comey chose not to pursue this. Why not?
 
8. Because they hate the President, CNN and other news outlets have been falsifying their coverage of this story the entire time.
 
9. No reasonable person can still believe President Trump has done anything criminal or worthy of impeachment.
 
10. The Russia narrative is now dead, although it will be pushed by the Progressives for quite a while longer.
 
It’s time to get back to work. It’s time to Make America Great Again.
 
Check out my book, Creating Trump Nation
 
Jack Watts

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