This is what it looks like when a country slowly gives up all of its rights in favor of a globalist agenda—an agenda packaged as “progressive” by a complicit mainstream media.
— Candace Owens (@RealCandaceO) December 8, 2018
President Trump informed the media today that his chief of staff John Kelly will leave the White House by the end of the year, and there will likely be an interim replacement. UPDATE: Video Added
100 votes. (AP Photo/Frank Augstein)LONDON – Britain could consider a so-called “Norway-plus” deal with the European Union if Prime Minister Theresa May fails to win lawmakers’ approval for her Brexit deal, a senior British Cabinet minister said Saturday.
Work and Pensions Secretary Amber Rudd was the first minister to publicly discuss a “Plan B” should May be defeated in a key parliamentary vote scheduled for Tuesday.Rudd, who backs May’s Brexit deal, said “anything could happen” — including a second referendum — if the government is defeated in Parliament, and predicted a chaotic period.
She told the Times on Saturday that while none of the possible alternatives is better than the current Brexit deal, she would prefer a model similar to that of Norway, which is not an EU member but is part of the European Economic Area.
That means it is part of the single market.Such an alternative “seems plausible not just in terms of the country but in terms of where the MPs are,” she added, although “nobody knows if it can be done”.
The divorce agreement that May struck with the EU is widely opposed by British lawmakers across the spectrum, and her Conservative government must convince skeptical lawmakers that the deal is a good one ahead of Tuesday’s vote.
A defeat would sink the agreement, leaving the U.K. facing a messy “no-deal” Brexit, and could topple May and her government.Pro-Brexit lawmakers say the deal keeps Britain bound too closely to the EU, while pro-EU politicians say it erects barriers between the U.K. and its biggest trading partner and leaves many details of the future relationship undecided.
An analysis by Britain’s Press Association showed that just 27 of the 163 lawmakers who have spoken out indicated they would back the deal, compared with 122 — including 29 from May’s own Conservative Party — who say they will vote against it.
Pressure is mounting on May to delay the vote and ask for more concessions from the EU at a Brussels summit at the end of next week. EU officials have insisted that May’s Brexit deal is the best and only one on offer.
“Muh Institutions” – With Patented Smirk, James Comey Gives Presser After Congressional Hearing…Posted on December 7, 2018 by sundance
Former FBI Director James Comey gives a brief press conference following his testimony before a joint congressional committee. Notably, Comey references the importance of saving the ‘institutions’ (and all the corrupt interests within it) above all other aspects.When the institutions are corrupt; and the officials within the institutions are corrupt; and there is inquiry into the corrupt activity of the officials within the institutions; then retaining the institutions is the priority. It’s that simple. If you take down the institution you run the risk of exposing the corruption…. So anyone associated simply demands another coat of paint.
President Trump delivers remarks to a national audience of law enforcement during the 2018 Safe Neighborhoods National Conference in Kansas City, Missouri.