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PRESIDENT TRUMP: Here’s a suggestion: With General John Kelly becoming Chief of Staff, move Attorney General Sessions over to become Secretary of Homeland Security. Appoint Ted Cruz to become the new Attorney General during the August recess.
 
That way, since Cruz had nothing to do with your campaign, you will have an Attorney General who does not have to recuse himself. Cruz is fearless and will not let Special Counsel Mueller investigate beyond a very narrow scope of inquiry. You would also be throwing a bone to the Never-Trumpers, because Cruz is one of their favorites. It will position you nicely for 2020.
 
In this scenario, everybody wins except for the Democrats, the Deep State, and the mainstream media.
 
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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hillary trump_4COMMON SENSE: Hillary Clinton has contempt for the Rule of law—shame on her. The Republican Establishment has equal contempt for the will of it’s party’s voters—shame on the Republican Establishment.
 
My original candidate was Sen. Cruz. When he quit, I shifted to Trump. The Republican elites refuse to do this. Dan Senor, a Bush/Romney/Paul Ryan hack, is behind the audio clip aimed at derailing Donald Trump. This makes Senor a Quisling in my book. If Ryan had anything to do with this underhanded plot, he needs to resign as Speaker of the House.
 
When Trump went up against Hillary Sunday night, he was simultaneously fighting a coup from within his own party. Yet, he stood tall and soundly trounced the Queen of Corruption. Fighting for us, the American people, Trump was Presidential. I don’t know about you, but I will proudly vote for him in November.
 
Jack Watts

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thCOMMON SENSE: Although I have consistently written about the political corruption in the Capitol, I’m even surprised by how deep it goes. Not only has Hillary skated on her email server scandal—thanks to the FBI and DOJ—but now we learn about how the DNC has rigged the system to ensure she received the nomination. Adding insult to injury, many of the GOP’s most notable leaders actually favor Hillary over their own party’s nominee.
 
Trump is right. The system is rigged. There is only one thing that stands in the way of Evil’s complete triumph—you, the American voter. Will you sustain this massive assault against our core values, or will you rise up collectively, in righteous indignation, and say, “No!”
 
Will we coronate the Queen of Corruption, or will we put an end to her deceit and influence peddling? Will we sit by passively, as the values of our Founding Fathers are swept aside in favor of Progressive Socialism, or will we repudiate this Tsunami of Evil? Will we justify corruption, saying it’s always present, or will we insist that the Rule of Law make everybody accountable, as our founders envisioned?
 
The answers are yet to be determined, but we will soon know—that is, if the voting machines have not already been rigged.
 
—Jack Watts

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imgresCOMMON SENSE: Bitterness is hardened anger. Nobody wants to be bitter, but it’s inevitable, when you succumb to self-righteously embrace your wounds—when you justify them as being right—rather than turn them over to God. If you place them in God’s hands, over time, you can become a forgiving person. If you can muster the courage to do that, you will become a person of value, a person who demonstrates the positive fruits of the Spirit of God.
 
Unfortunately, few choose to forgive. Because they do not own enough of their own souls, people like this chafe instead. They continue to justify their woundedness rather than abandon it. By embracing their acrimony, they think they are hurting the other person, but they are only hurting themselves. Unwittingly, they allow emotional poison to become self-consuming, destroying their future.
 
Ted Cruz demonstrated this error for us last night. Does he have justification to be bitter? Of course, he does, but his actions only hurt him—not Donald Trump. I hate that this has happened, but it has. Like all of Life’s lessons, I hope Cruz learns from it, but I doubt he will. Instead, like millions of others, he will choose to justify his actions, which are so unlike the Lord, Cruz talks about serving.
 
—Jack Watts

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th-1COMMON SENSE: I believe Ted Cruz will endorse Donald Trump. He will do this because he said he would, and keeping his word to us is more important than anything to Senator Cruz. I do not expect Jeb Bush to keep his word. He has said that it would “violate his conscience” to vote for Trump, but what about us? He gave his word to us that he would support the nominee, didn’t he? He even signed a pledge that he has no intention of honoring.
 
Bush’s word doesn’t mean a damn thing. It’s not much better than Hillary’s. It’s also why he was a colossal failure in the primaries. His political carer is over, as it should be. We do not need people like him—those who speak out of both sides of their mouth. I feel the same way about Sen. Graham and Gov. Kasich.
 
If Cruz fails to come through, even though I voted for him, I will be equally critical. Trump is our nominee, and I intend to support him vigorously. I suggest you do the same thing.
 
—Jack Watts

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COMMON SENSE: Every Presidential campaign has gaffes and shaky moments. It’s inevitable. The difference between successful candidates and unsuccessful ones is how they deal with these setbacks. In 2012, Governor Romney never recovered from his “47 percent” misstatement, as he fumbled away the election, never recovering. In 2008, however, Senator Obama was able to put the “God-Damn America” remarks of the Reverend Jeremiah Wright in the rearview mirror and get back on message, winning the election easily.
 
Now, in 2016, Trump’s terrible blunder about the Mexican judge threatens to derail him, or he can learn from it and use its lesson to make him stronger, wiser, and more Presidential. Trump is best when he is larger than life—not when he succumbs to petty squabbling. If he can get back to who he is, painting a hopeful picture for the future, as many are encouraging him to do, he has the opportunity to do something truly great for America. In his heart, I believe this is what he wants, but it is also very difficult for him to disengage from conflict, especially when he believes he has been treated unfairly.
 
Millions of us are rooting for him. He’s all we have. He’s our last, best hope to save us from being dominated by the depravity of Progressivism. If you haven’t prayed for Donald Trump, it’s time to get started.
 

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