Ron Paul Just Destroyed Trump’s Hypocritical Speech in an EPIC Tweet Storm


Champion of freedom and liberty, Dr. Ron Paul, decided to grade President Donald Trump’s speech last night, in real time. The final result of his series of tweets is nothing short of incredible and highlights how blinded some have become to the grandiose persona of The Donald — ignoring all his broken promises and audaciously excusing his championing of the police and warfare states.

When I saw the following tweet in my Twitter feed last night, I got giddy like a kid on Christmas as I know that Ron Paul is the one person who refuses to compromise on principle and is unafraid of backlash for calling out the hypocrisy and warmongering of the establishment — including Trump.

While applause rang out during the speech, those of us who are able to see through the lies saw the dog and pony show for what it is—a glorification of war and the fleecing of American people.

Opening up his speech Trump appealed to bipartisanship which was an unusual move given his constant divisive rhetoric. But Ron Paul saw right through it as the issues Republicans and Democrats agree on are the things that hurt Americans the most like foreign policy, the Federal Reserve, insane military budgets, and war.

As Trump moved on—briefly—to health care, he hypocritically claimed that Americans with “terminal conditions should have access to experimental treatments that could potentially save their lives.”

However, Trump remains entirely silent as his Attorney General wages war on a plant that has been proven to save lives—marijuana.

Later on in his speech, Trump declared that it is the federal government’s job to keep Americans safe—completely ignoring the fact that safety is mentioned nowhere in the Constitution.

“My duty, and the sacred duty of every elected official in this chamber, is to defend Americans — to protect their safety, their families, their communities, and their right to the American Dream. Because Americans are dreamers too,” said Trump, to which Paul retorted.

Indeed, “liberty” is a forgotten word and it was only mentioned once during Trump’s entire speech and only in regards to “religious liberty.”

Also, the word “freedom” was only mentioned six times and it was purely symbolic, referring to foreign countries and statues in Washington.

The word “drug” was mentioned far more times than freedom and unfortunately, it was in regard to Trump expanding the war on drugs. Sadly, he has changed his stance since running for president and an increase in the war on drugs will only serve to create more crime, fuel more gangs, and cause more overdoses.

Ron Paul understands this fact.

Another word mentioned more than liberty was the word “power,” of which Trump declared he needed more.

“Unmatched power is the surest means of our defense,” declared Trump. Again, Paul stated the obvious.

Part of the power that Trump wanted to increase was America’s already insanely large nuclear arsenal. Currently, the United States has enough nuclear weapons to lay waste to every major city on the planet—but to Trump—that’s not enough.

“As part of our defense, we must modernize and rebuild our nuclear arsenal, hopefully never having to use it, but making it so strong and powerful that it will deter any acts of aggression,” Trump noted.

After declaring he wanted a more nuclear power, Trump declared he wanted more power to detain terrorists and essentially declared endless war by doing away with “artificial timelines.”

“I am also asking the Congress to ensure that, in the fight against ISIS and al-Qa’ida, we continue to have all necessary power to detain terrorists — wherever we chase them down. Our warriors in Afghanistan also have new rules of engagement. Along with their heroic Afghan partners, our military is no longer undermined by artificial timelines, and we no longer tell our enemies our plans,” said Trump.

Sadly, it is that policy which has fostered terrorism and perpetuated conflict over the past two decades and the military industrial complex knows this.

After declaring endless war and demanding to have the most nuclear weapons, Trump ensured the military-industrial complex that their cold war is here and here to stay by fear-mongering over Iran and North Korea.

As Ron Paul noted, the “Cold War is alive and well! Military-industrial complex and Deep State still in charge.”

Wrapping up his Tweet storm on the state of the union, Paul called out the hypocrisy of the federal government and their failure to defend our freedoms against the domestic threats.

The state of the union was little more than a celebration of the military-industrial complex and the police state—just like every other state of the union—and, as the endless applause illustrated, our fearless rulers in DC couldn’t be more happy about it.

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Trump’s hypocritical policy in Syria possibly work of rogue CIA agents


Does anybody believe the U.S. is acting honorably in Syria? Well? The Russians don’t and they’ve been accusing the U.S. of duplicity in the fight against ISIS and pure indifference in the fight against Alqaeda which is now called Jabhat Fath Al-Shaam. American two-facedness has reasons which need some analysis.

It is hard for this writer to tell if Donald Trump really has his finger on the foreign policy button. It is even more debatable whether Rex Tillerson has any influence on foreign policy. The entire Trump administration has the appearance of a failing amateur circus existing only for some kind of tax deduction. Nowhere in the world is this more obvious than in Syria.

We all agree that if the U.S. wanted the war in Syria to end, it could contribute mightily to that conclusion by stopping all forms of assistance to ISIS and pressuring its allies in Saudi Arabia to turn off the financial spigot which is the first form of enticement these terrorist organizations can deploy to gain and keep recruits. In interview after interview in Iraq and Syria, captured ISIS rodents continue to repeat the same mantra: that they joined ISIS because it paid them $100.00 per month as a salary when nobody else in the country could deliver such generous sums. In recently liberated Hawija, an ISIS recruit from the Muhaymin family told interviewers exactly that. Other factors such as fear of Shi’i expansion, of course, are notable, but, in the final analysis, it’s money that talks in the world of recruitment.

The U.S. has been filmed, recorded and seen by witnesses who claim that the U.S. Air Force and Army would transport ISIS terrorists by helicopter from areas about to be overtaken by the legitimate Syrian Army. Russia’s observers at Humaymeem have received very credible reports confirming America’s hypocritical policies toward Syria. If it is true that Donald Trump is opposed to ISIS and has ordered his DoD to destroy it, then, in that case, it appears that another agency of government is working to sabotage the president’s policies. That agency is, obviously, the CIA.

During the Obama years, the CIA was geared to overthrowing the legitimate government in Damascus, a war crime and a violation of international law. CIA was committed to giving logistical support, training and financial help to organizations already listed as “terrorist” by the State Department. Many of those terrorist groups were being supported by Qatar, Saudi Arabia and the Emirates who tended to favor groups fighting under the banner of Wahhabism. Thus, with American allies complicit in the plot to oust Dr. Assad, it became even easier for the CIA to infiltrate and control many of the actions of the criminal enterprises lumped into the generic “opposition” label. Those same CIA agents who were deeply involved in the failed operation to remove Assad from power are still in the CIA and have not joined the Trump bandwagon.

That’s one theory. Another theory holds that Trump’s own sordid association with Prime Minister Benny Mileikowski, (a/k/a Netanyahu) pushes the president into the twilight world of Janus where he says one thing while doing something other. Trump appears to be under the Mileikowski thumb as he plods his way from one disaster to another. In fact, his decision to “decertify” the Iranian Nuclear Accord might be proof positive of the Rasputin-like influence Mileikowski enjoys over this new kook in the White House.

Iran’s growing influence in the region and its deeply-rooted intellectual heritage terrifies the Saudis and their rag-head allies in the Gulf. While Iran has lived with crushing sanctions for years before the nuclear accord, it was still able to erect a formidable technological edifice that is now growing exponentially. In the meanwhile, the Saudis, who practice a pre-Cambrian form of devil-worship, cannot export anything but oil and dates. And the oil is pumped, refined and shipped out by foreigners. God only knows who picks the dates and packages them. It’s certainly not the Saudis.

It is clear to this writer that the Americans are not worried about Dr. Assad who seems, if anything, to be a slick operator who can marshall resources and alliances with his father’s cunning. I sincerely believe that the move to oust the good doctor is viewed, even in the CIA, as a massive blunder, and, that he is viewed today in McLean, Virginia, as a better option than either Alqaeda or ISIS. However, the Iranian bogeyman’s shadow is not dispelled by the continuity of the Ba’athist government in Damascus. Iran’s power seems to be growing alarmingly. It is quite possible that the CIA has come to the final conclusion that, like it or not, Assad has to go in order for the project in Syria to bear fruit. The hypocrisy is playing out with this kind of thinking.

The CIA appears to be focused today on the possibility of manipulating the Iraqi government into an agreement to permit U.S. forces to remain in Iraq long after ISIS has been vanquished. With the U.S. policy in Syria aimed at creating a buffer along the border to block Iranian natural gas pipelines in tatters after Damascus (with Iran’s help) neutralized the base at Al-Tanf, the U.S. has the other option of playing the Iraqi card. If only Baghdad would permit such an agreement.

It is our opinion that Baghdad is more influenced by Iran than by the U.S. It is a sorry conclusion for the CIA that it has participated in fighting ISIS in Mesopotamia, seemingly, once again, at the behest of Tehran. Just as Iran watched gleefully as the U.S. destroyed Saddam’s Iraq only to be asked politely to leave by the Al-Maaliki government, it will watch even more gleefully as the U.S. struggles to extirpate ISIS from Iraq only to find out that P.M. Al-‘Abbaadi will also ask the Americans politely to head home after the present task is finished. This might be why the Kurdish card is being played now despite the protests from Ankara.

Note that the U.S. is willing to sacrifice its relationship with Turkey over this issue. Absolutely unwilling to accept a Rabelaisian failure of its entire Syrian project, the CIA continues to pursue one delusion after another. Maybe ousting Dr. Assad and his Ba’athist government is not as much a priority any longer – maybe it’s a secondary goal which will come about when all the CIA ducks are finally in a row. This de-prioritization of overthrowing the government in Damascus is only a ploy to permit the U.S. to play a duplicitous game in Syia – to pretend to be fighting ISIS whilst providing it with all it needs to remain a thorn in the sides of the two governments in Syria and Iraq. With this scenario in play, the U.S. can expect the Iraqi government to continue “needing” the U.S. And if ISIS is miraculously destroyed, then, there is the U.S.-created crisis with the Kurds. (Even now Iraqi forces appear poised to strike the Kurds at Kirkuk.)

Donald Trump does not read anything but articles that praise him. In only 8 months, he has taken the U.S. out of the Paris Accord on Climate Change, but, with the hope that the “Master Negotiator” can get a “better deal” for the American people. He is threatening to leave NAFTA unless he gets a better deal for the American people. He has withdrawn from UNESCO because it is too mean to the Zionist Apartheid State. He withdrew American support for the Pacific Rim nations’ pact and left it high and dry. He just signed an executive order to denigrate the Affordable Care Act since Congress has been unwilling to abandon millions of Americans who finally have medical coverage. He has concluded a deal with the Saudis, the world’s biggest supporters of terrorism, providing billions in weapons and ordnance while the people of Yemen are suffering under the barbaric heel of Wahhabist-inspired mayhem. He has clumsily dealt with the aftermath of the devastation caused by a category 5 hurricane in Puerto Rico. He has “decertified” the Iranian Nuclear Accord claiming Iran is violating the “spirit” of the agreement. He has brought shame and disgrace to the U.S. and sullied its reputation as an honorable nation.

Comment: Strange how the author recognizes that the US is widely seen as a rogue state and supporter of terrorism yet somehow it’s Trump that ‘sullied its honorable reputation’.

Is American policy in Syria two-faced? Yes. With Trump claiming to be fighting ISIS, his own CIA has been ordered to maintain a “second track” to block Iran’s growth in the region. We would like to warn the Prime Minister of Iraq that his head might be on the chopping block as the U.S. entrenches itself in his country. Trump will not leave as easily as Obama because Mileikowski will order him to stay.


We are confirming the news that the Syrian Army has liberated the city of Al-Mayaadeen. Syrian infantry is searching the area for remnant rodents while army engineers dismantle the complex network of mines, IEDs and booby traps laid down by the fleeing vermin. The SAA is all over the eastern bank of the Euphrates.

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The disgustingly hypocritical Hollywood media STILL covering up “Buttman” allegations surrounding actor Ben Affleck

Image: The disgustingly hypocritical Hollywood media STILL covering up “Buttman” allegations surrounding actor Ben Affleck

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Americans are regularly lectured by Hollywood stars about what is and is not ‘proper’ behavior, especially when it comes to the treatment of women. To hear the average Left-wing Hollywood type tell it, only liberals like them really know how to treat women right.

Except now we’re finding out what many of us already knew: Hollywood is full of perverts, sexists, and hypocritical abusers of women.

But it’s not all on mega-director Harvey Weinstein, who was finally outed this past week as a decades-long perv who (allegedly) sexually harassed and may have even raped women who were seeking parts in his movies, some of them (like Kate Beckinsale and Ashley Judd) who were barely legal at the time.

No, we’re finding out now that more Hollywood men — leading A-List actors and comedians — are no knights in shining armor rushing to help damsels in distress. Rather, they’re the ones putting damsels in distress. And of course, the pathetic Hollywood media is doing all it can to look the other way.

One of these leading men is Ben Affleck who has now earned the nickname “Buttman” — a spoof on his recent portrayal of Batman — after a video has emerged of him touching a then-18-year-old actress, Hilarie Burton, live on camera in 2003.

As reported by the UK’s Telegraph, Affleck has become the object of shame and mockery following additional allegations of groping that have emerged this week, and it could deeply impact a film he’s to star in that is nearing release. In the movie “Justice League,” which was a big-budget deal, he plays Batman once again, but the Buttman nickname really started in earnest after make-up artist Annamarie Tendler became the second women to allege Affleck groped her.

On Twitter, Burton responded to tweets about Affleck’s groping — in particular, grabbing her breasts — that she had not forgotten the incident:

Her claim was followed up by Tendler, who explained on Twitter — where else? — that Affleck touched her inappropriately during a post-Golden Globes awards party three years ago:

“I would also love to get an apology from Ben Affleck who grabbed my a** at a Golden Globes party in 2014,” she tweeted. “He walked by me, cupped my butt and pressed his finger into my crack. I guess he tried to play it like he was politely moving me out of the way and oops touched my butt instead of my lower back?”

Affleck, as of this writing, had not yet responded to Tendler’s claims (he apologized, via Twitter, for touching Burton). But another woman, comedy writer Jen Starkey, said that “multiple women” had endured similar experiences via Affleck at the same party:

“I was also at this party and *multiple* friends had this same exact experience,” she tweeted. (Related: Parade of dirtbags: Ben Affleck, Jimmy Kimmel, Harvey Weinstein all exposed as liberal Hollywood elitists who abuse women.)

As for Affleck’s upcoming movie, Justice League, there is already concern among executives at Warner Brothers, which produced the film, it’s most expensive franchise: They are worried that the allegations will turn off moviegoers and the company will take it on the chin at the box office.

As Breitbart News notes, the movie — “a tentpole coming out in less than five weeks, a blockbuster the entire industry is counting on to salvage the 2017 box office, a crowd-pleaser needed to remind people why they love going to the movies, an investment that with promotional costs probably reaches $250 – $300 million — is now in serious jeopardy.”

Worse, Affleck’s exposure is coming at a time when sexual assault by powerful men (in Hollywood) just became a very big thing. This could capsize his entire career, just as it has cost Weinstein his.

J.D. Heyes is a senior writer for and, as well as editor of The National Sentinel.

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‘Emmys’ Turn into Three Hour Rant Against ‘Sexist, Egotistical, Lying, Hypocritical Bigot’ Trump

The 69th Primetime Emmy Awards hosted by liberal Late Show host Stephen Colbert aired Sunday, September 17 on CBS. Colbert’s displeasure with President Trump’s November victory was immediately apparent as his full seventeen-minute show opening was chock-full of slings and arrows flung at him and the anti-Trump hate-fest continued all night with several winners even addressing the president directly.

With the help of presenting actors and actresses, along with those up for awards, the show began in a silly song and dance routine that included the line by Julia Louis-Dreyfus’s Veep character  President Selina Meyer, “Imagine if your president was not beloved by Nazis.”

Colbert did begin his monologue with a zinger aimed at the celebrity audience that rang true – the show is “us celebrating us,” he said. Then, as predicted, he launched into politics. In case President Trump was watching, “Hello, Sir, thank you for joining us,” he said after a criticism that Trump watches a lot of television. He noted that Trump (nominated three times for The Apprentice) never won an Emmy, which was odd because Hollywood loves “morally compromised antiheroes.” Colbert said if Trump had won an Emmy than he probably wouldn’t have run for President but, “Unlike the presidency, the Emmy goes to the winner of the popular vote.”

Colbert commented about the size of the audience in attendance and former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer came out for a cameo appearance. The faces in the audience showed expressions of shock and that, to me, was priceless. Colbert thanked Melissa McCarthy, not Spicer by name. Classy, Stephen Colbert. (Melissa McCarthy won an Emmy for her portrayal of Spicer in a separate ceremony.)

Saturday Night Live’s Kate McKinnon, who impersonates Hillary Clinton on the show, won for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. She said this politically charged season of SNL was “the most meaningful thing that I will ever do,” then thanked Hillary Clinton for “her grace and grit.” Umm. What?

Kate McKinnon: Yikes. Wow. I can’t– thank you so much. Being part of this season of “Saturday Night Live” was the most meaningful thing that I will ever do. So, I should just probably stop now. Thank you so much to Lorne Michaels for letting me be a part of this and for everything else in my life. Congratulations to our incredible cast, especially Vanessa, Lesley and Alec, love you all so much. Thank you to our crew and thank you to our amazing writers. It’s all about the writing, you guys. Especially Kelly and Sarah Schneider, I love you so much. Thank you to Fred, Brian, Melissa, Lorne, thank you to my L.A. Moms, thank you, Jack, I love you. What else. Thank you, on a personal note I want to say thank you to Hillary Clinton for your grace and grit and thank you my mother and sister.

Alec Baldwin won Best Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series for his role on Saturday Night Live as President Trump. See a pattern developing? He mocked the president, of course, about his Emmy and then about the orange wig he wears to play Trump.

Alec Baldwin: I suppose I should say at long last Mr. President, here is your Emmy. I want to thank my wife, my wife and hi three children in three years and we didn’t have a child last year during the SNL season. I wonder if there is a correlation there, all you men up there. You put that orange wig on, it’s birth control, trust me. Thank you to Lorne, always to Lorne, thank you to Chris and Sarah and Ken Ward and all the great writers at SNL, congratulations to Kate and, thank you to the cast, thank you to Lindsey and to Grace for making me feel welcome there. Thank you to Steve for giving me a lot of encouragement. I want to say, if I leave anybody out I’m sorry but I want to get this in. I always remember someone told me when you die you don’t remember a bill that Congress passed or a decision the Supreme Court made, or an address made by the president. You remember a song, you remember a line from a movie, you remember a play, you remember a book, a painting, a poem, what we do is important.

The always political actresses Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, along with Dolly Parton, the stars of the 1980 hit movie Nine to Five, came out to present the award for the Best Supporting Actor in a Limited Series or Movie. Right away, it went south. While talking about getting together again for a sequel movie, the dialogue went like this:

“Back in 1980, in that movie, we refused to be controlled by a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot. And in 2017, we still refuse to be controlled by a sexist, egotistical, lying, hypocritical bigot.”

Dolly Parton – a non-political actress and country star, reined them back in by stating she was certain the women were talking about Mr. Hart, their fictional boss character in Nine to Five. LOL! That was a nice touch.

As actor Donald Glover, accepted the Emmy for Lead Actor in a Comedy for FX’s Atlanta, after acknowledging his own unborn son, he wanted to make sure to claim that President Trump has placed black people as number one on the “most opposed” people list.

Donald Glover: I’m so happy. Wow! Thank you, guys, so much. This is nuts. I really want to thank The Academy again, everybody in here, you guys, I love you. I want to thank my mom and my dad again, I want to thank the city of Atlanta. I want to thank FX. I want to thank– I want to thank Michelle, my partner, you love me even how crazy I get. I want to thank my baby, my son, for just being the joy in my life. I want to thank my unborn son, we’re listening to Stevie tonight. I want to thank Trump for making black people number one on the most oppressed list. He’s the reason I’m probably up here. And I just want to thank all the writers and all the people in here and everybody doing great work. Because it’s so necessary.

Voicing every Hollywood liberal’s dream wish, Julia Louis-Dreyfus won for Lead Actress of a Comedy Series (Veep) and mentioned that next season, the final one, will have interesting stories but the one about impeachment was scratched. She said the writers thought “someone else might get to it first.” It’s just a crazy dream, Julia.

The Handmaid’s Tale was the big winner of the night, no doubt because it has been embraced as condemning “Trump’s America,” taking home the awards for Outstanding Drama and Lead Actress in a Drama Series for star Elizabeth Moss.

The entire awards show was peppered with political cheap shots at the president. At least half of the country doesn’t tune in to be lectured by Hollywood elites in their bitter, liberal bubbles. It seems to me, with an ever-shrinking audience for these award shows, Hollywood would get the message.

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