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  4. NBC News: IQ rates are dropping in many developed countries "As yet, the United States hasn’t hit this IQ wall — despite what you may be tempted to surmise from the current state of the political debate. But don’t rush to celebrate American exceptionalism: If IQs are dropping in other advanced countries but not here, maybe that means we’re not really an advanced country (too much poverty, too little social support).
  5. A question on oil. There are different grades of oil - WTI and Brent being the two best known crude oil benchmarks. Looking at Iron Ore, over the last several years, the price gap between low grade IO fines, higher grade IO fines and IO pellets has expanded significantly in response to demand for the higher quality products (especially the IO pellets) which produce much lower levels of pollution. The question I have is whether we will see a similar widening of the price spread between the prices for lower grade/higher polluting crude oil and the higher grade/lower polluting crude oil. There is already some differential (see WTI v Brent prices), but with changes like those the shipping industry is currently going through, I'm wondering (i) whether the existing price differentials will widen and (ii) if so, which companies stand to benefit most. My search to match oil companies against the quality of their crude oil reserves has, so far, proved to be an exercise in frustration.
  6. GOP Rising Star Dan Crenshaw Reveals the 5-Step Cycle Democrats Depend Upon Even Though it Hurts Americans, Legal Immigrants and Legitimate Asylum Seekers: ‘Why We Can’t Fix the Border Crisis’ Dan Crenshaw ✔ @DanCrenshawTX Want to understand why we can’t fix the border crisis? Let’s break down the Congressional Dems’ strategy: Step 1: Ridicule regular Americans’ concerns with border security, & conflate illegal immigration with legal immigration. Step 2: Propose DACA amnesty without addressing illegal immigration (knowing GOP can’t support a proposal that doesn’t address the root cause of the problem). Step 3: Refuse compromise with GOP on border security, asylum law reform, and DACA fix. Step 4: Ignore POTUS’s request for $4 billion in humanitarian aid at the border while simultaneously demanding “action” to fix the humanitarian crisis. Step 5: Keep the issue alive and paint GOP as anti-immigrant. The truth is that this cycle hurts legal immigrants, legal asylum seekers, and regular Americans who believe we should have a say in our sovereignty. It has to stop.
  7. Conservative Boris Johnson Is Set To Be The Next U.K. Prime Minister And There Will Be Tears From the Left xx As I wrote a few days ago, the pro-Brexit party, which didn’t exist about ten minutes ago, looks like it is going to win huge in last Thursday’s elections in the U.K. (official results aren’t until Sunday). This is a swift repudiation of the “remain” establishment that was seeking a second referendum to undo Brexit. It’s also a rejection of leftism, as the socialist Labour Party continues to shrink its minority status. Due to the all but certain results, current Prime Minister Theresa May resigned today. She had hemorrhaged most of her support in the conservative party and simply had no path forward. That’s got people asking who the next PM will be and we’ve got a very likely answer. Enter Boris Johnson.
  8. ==== : Fye'16 : Fye'17 : +-%chg : 06/29 : 09/28 : 12/31 : 02/01 : 03/01 : 05/03 : 05/17 : Gold : 1151.7 : 1309.3 : +13.7% : 1254.5 : 1196.2 : 1281.3 : 1322.1 : 1299.2 : 1281.3 : 1275.7 : GLD- : 109.61 : 123.65 : +12.8% : 118.65 : 112.76 : 121.51 : 124.50 : 121.88 : 120.65 : 120.65 : SPY- : 223.53 : 266.86 : +19.4% : 271.28 : 290.72 : 249.92 : 270.06 : 280.42 : 294.03 : 285.84 : SPX- : 2238.8 : 2673.6 : +19.4% : 2718.4 : 2914.0 : 2506.8 : 2706.5 : 2803.7 : 2945.6 : 2859.5 : S/AU: 194.4%: 204.2%: ====== : 216.7%: 243.6%: 195.6% : 204.7% : 215.8% : 229.9%: 224.2%: WTIc: $53.72 : $60.42 : +12.4% : $74.15 : $73.25 : $45.41 : $55.26 : $55.80 : $61.94 : $62.92 : XLE : $75.32 : $72.24 : -4.09% : $75.94 : $75.74 : $57.35: $64.89 : $66.48: $64.25: $63.75: OIH-: $33.35 : $26.05: -11.9% : $26.27 : $25.19 : $14.03: $17.22 : $17.42: $16.34: $15.09: OI/X : 44.3% : 36.1% : ====== : 34.59% : 33.25% : 24.46%: 26.54%: 26.20%: 25.43%: 23.67% : Ngas: $3.350 : $2.950 : - 11.9% : $2.920 : $3.010 : $2.940 : $2.734 : $2.859 : $2.570 : $2.630 : Cop'r: $2.510 : $3.305 : +31.7% : $2.970 : $2.810 : $2.630 : $2.773 : $2.932 : $2.819 : $2.739 : Soyb : 1000.0 : 950.00 : -------------------------> 845.50 : 895.00 : 917.75 : 911.50 : 842.25 : 821.75 : Weat : 408.00 : 426.25 : +4.47%: 501.25 : 509.00 : 503.25 : 524.25 : 457.28 : 438.00 : 465.00 : Corn : 352.00 : 350.75 : - 0.36% : 371.25 : 356.25 : 375.00 : 378.25 : 373.00 : 370.75 : 383.25 : CRB- : 192.51 : 193.86 : +0.07% : 200.39 : 195.16 : 169.80 : 180.55 : 181.50 : 181.77 : 180.99 : DBA : $19.97 : $18.76 : -6.06% : $18.03: $16.91 : $16.91: $16.93 : $16.45: $16.03: $15.92: D/crb: 10.37% : 9.67% : ====== : r8.99% : r8.66% : r9.96% : R9.38%: r9.06% : r8.82% : r8.80% : Xle/D: r-3.770 : r-3.850: +2.14%: R4.212 : R4.479 : R3.391 : R3.833 : r4.041 : R4.008 : r4.004 : DXY- : 102.38 : $92.30 : - 9.85% : $94.47 : $95.13 : $96.16 : $95.62 : $96.45 : $97.26 : $97.82 : TLT- : 119.13 : 126.86 : + 6.49% : 121.72 : 117.27 : 121.51 : 120.96 : 118.66 : 123.66 : 125.99 : ==== Gold : 1151.7 : 1309.3 : +13.7% : 1254.5 : 1196.2 : 1281.3 : 1322.1 : 1299.2 : 1281.3 : 1275.7 : Au/hd: r1.401 : r1.58E : ====== : R1.532 : r-1.612 : r1.61E : R1.617 : R1.681 : r1.730 : R1.735 : Hold : 822.17 : 830.00 : +01.0% : 819.04 : 742.23 : 795.8E: 817.40 : 772.46 : 740.82 : 736.20 : WPM : $19.32 : $22.27: +15.3% : $22.06 : $17.50 :$19.53 : $21.10 : $21.38 : $20.86 : $20.07 : GDX- : $20.92 : $23.24 : +11.1% : $22.31 :$18.52 : $21.09 : $22.57 : $21.70 : $20.26 : $20.75 : Gdxj : $31.55 : $34.13 : + 8.18% : $32.70 : $27.36 :$30.22 : $32.84 : $31.44 : $28.41 : $28.74 : SIL-- : $32.11 : $32.64 : +1.65% : $28.88 : $24.23 : $25.02 : $26.88 : $26.01 : $23.80 : $22.59 : /SLV: R2.053 : R2.042 : - 0.54% : R1.910 : r1.765 : R1.723 : R1.802 : R1.832 : R1.705 : R1.671 : SLV- : $15.64 : $15.98 : +2.08% : $15.15 : $13.73 : $14.52 : $14.92 : $14.20 : $13.96 : $13.52 : Silvr : 16.580 : 17.150 : +3.44% : 16.200 : 14.710 : 15.540: 15.930 : 15.260 : 14.980 : 14.390 : PHM : $18.38 : $33.33 : +81.4% : $28.75 : $24.77: $25.99 : $27.35 : $26.74 : $31.78 : $32.48 : EEM- : $35.01 : $47.30 : +35.1% : $43.33 : $42.92: $39.06 : $42.76 : $42.49 : $44.22 : $40.29 : ShCm: 3103.7 : 3307.2 : +6.56% : 2847.4 : 2821.3 : 2494.0 : 2618.2 : 2994.0 : 3078.3 : 2860.2 : PhpSi: 6840.6 : 8558.4 : +25.1% : 7193.7 : 7276.8 : 7476.0 : 8121.9 : 7641.8 : 7968.0 : 7580.9 : XLF- : $23.25 : $27.19 : +16.9% : $26.59 : $27.58 : $23.82 : $26.05 : $26.69 : $28.07 : $26.88 : IWM- : 134.85 : 152.43 : +13.0% : 163.77 : 168.55 : 133.90 : 149.18 : 158.24 : 160.53 : 152.84 : F/iwm 17.24%: 17.84%: ===== : 16.24% : 16.36%: 17.79%: 17.46%: 16.87% : 17.49% : 17.59% : BTC-- : $948.5 : 13,100 : x13.8X : $5,883 : $6,652 : $3,770 : $3,435 : $3,818 : $5,712 : $7,110 : ===== : Fye'16 : Fye'17 : +-%chg : 06/29 : 09/28 : 12/31 : 02/01 : 03/01 : 05/03 : 05/17 :
  9. UNEXPECTED CONSEQUENCES? Anti-Capitalism Democrat Alexandria Occasional-Cortex Ran Amazon’s HQ2 Out of New York; Now Virginia is Benefiting From a Housing Boom
  10. "I see myself playing a Game of Snakes and Ladders" Milo: Forbidden Conversation
  11. I Did not Mind May's TEARS - But I do mind Stupid unnecessary attacks LIKE THIS from Jan Moir JAN MOIR: At first, she was valiant. Then her voice faltered like a plucked heartstring. Did Mrs May show weakness? No, sometimes big girls DO cry ...Instead she pulled herself together, spun on her heel and vanished back inside No 10. Perhaps she was furious that she had let her feelings show at this moment of all moments; the dusk of her career, the end of May. I hope she had a stiff whisky and wasn't too hard on herself. For during her time as prime minister, she did her duty, she did her best under the most trying of circumstances and there is no dishonour in that, tears or no tears. Perhaps many women might feel that by crying in public, even briefly, Mrs May let the side down. Certainly, it is not a good look. It makes us all appear weak, with the underlying suggestion that women are unfit to cope with the rigours of high office. Parallels will be drawn with Margaret Thatcher, the only other prime minister to shed a tear in public after being forced to resign. Yet I would rather the honest tears of these exceptional women than the pompous, reputation burnishing orations that men seem to go in for when they exit the political stage. . . . She is a 62-year-old career politician whose only sin is a taste for wacky leopard print heels, and who has dedicated her life to public office. === Jan, Your UNDIGNIFIED ATTACK on Men shows the danger of giving Power (&/or a media platform) to Crazy women May's Exit was dignified. Tears and all. Moir's attack on Men is emotional garbage
  12. Young homebuyers scramble as prices rise faster than incomes... SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — For millennials looking to buy their first home, the hunt feels like a race against the clock. In the seven years since the housing crash ended, home values in more than three-quarters of U.S. metro areas have climbed faster than incomes, according to an Associated Press analysis of real estate industry data provided by CoreLogic. That gap is driving some first-timers out of the most expensive cities as well as pressuring them to buy something before they are completely priced out of the market. The high cost of home ownership is also putting extreme pressure on 20- and 30-somethings as they try to balance mortgage payments, student loans, child care and their careers. In this April 27, 2019, photo, Andy and Stacie Proctor stand in front of their new home in Vineyard, Utah. For some millennials looking to buy their first home, the hunt feels like a race against the clock. The Proctors ultimately made a successful offer on a three-bedroom house for $438,000 in Vineyard. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer) SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — For millennials looking to buy their first home, the hunt feels like a race against the clock. In the seven years since the housing crash ended, home values in more than three-quarters of U.S. metro areas have climbed faster than incomes, according to an Associated Press analysis of real estate industry data provided by CoreLogic. That gap is driving some first-timers out of the most expensive cities as well as pressuring them to buy something before they are completely priced out of the market. The high cost of home ownership is also putting extreme pressure on 20- and 30-somethings as they try to balance mortgage payments, student loans, child care and their careers. “They do want all the same things that previous generations want,” said Daryl Fairweather, chief economist for the brokerage Redfin. “They just have more roadblocks, and they’re going to have to come up with more creative solutions to get the homes that they want.” A Redfin analysis found these buyers are leaving too-hot-to-touch big-city markets — among them, San Francisco and Seattle, where the tech boom has sent housing prices into the stratosphere. The brokerage found that many millennials are instead buying in more reasonably priced neighborhoods around places like Salt Lake City, Oklahoma City and Raleigh, North Carolina. That, in turn, is driving up housing prices in those communities. Jake and Heather Rice, both 35, moved to Utah last year from Mountain View, California, where the biggest employers are tech giants such as Google, Symantec and Intuit and the median home price is a dizzying $1.4 million or so. The couple and their three children settled into a 4,500-square-foot house in fast-growing Farmington, just far enough away from Salt Lake City to feel rural but minutes from a major shopping center and Heather’s sister. They did not disclose the purchase price for the sake of privacy, but they said their monthly mortgage payments will be $3,000, roughly the same as the rent for their former two-bedroom, 1,000 square-foot apartment in Mountain View. “We didn’t expect to stay in California because of how ludicrous the prices had become,” said Jake, a mechanical engineer who works in the medical device sector. Nationally, home prices since 2000 have climbed at an annual average rate of 3.8%, according to the data firm CoreLogic, while average incomes have grown at an annual rate of 2.7%. And in the metro areas with the strongest income growth — for example, parts of Silicon Valley — home prices have risen even faster.
  13. Yes. I am looking forward to it ! Meantime, there's a shrinking queue for next Leader Gove goes for Boris: Environment secretary renews hostilities and says he is more 'capable' of delivering Brexit as two other big beasts enter the race to be PM - but one pulls out Michael Gove said next leader must have the 'wherewithal' to deliver Brexit His candidacy redraws old battle lines with rival Johnson who is the frontrunner Dominic Raab and Andrea Leadsom announced bid, while Liz Truss pulled out It echoes the 2016 Conservative contest when Gove famously sank Johnson's campaign by quitting as its chairman and insisting he was unfit to be leader Michael Gove has today announced his candidacy for the Tory leadership with a veiled attack on old rival and front runner Boris Johnson. In what has been perceived as a stab at the former London Mayor, the Environment Secretary claimed that he is more 'capable' and said the next leader cannot just 'respect' the Brexit vote but must have the 'wherewithal to deliver it'. This echoes the 2016 Conservative contest when Gove famously sank Johnson's campaign by quitting as its chairman and insisting he was unfit to be leader. Gove's entry into the race for Downing Street grows an already crowded field of prime ministerial hopefuls which has seen big beasts Dominic Raab and Andrea Leadsom set out their leadership stalls today.
  14. AG Barr = one clever Dude PURE BRILLIANCE: How AG Barr Outsmarted Mueller and His ‘Pitbull’ Weissmann and Shut Down the Russia Hoax AG Barr outsmarted Robert Mueller and his ‘pitbull‘ Andrew Weissmann to end the Russia Hoax. And, he did this all in one weekend. Here’s how he did it. One of the first things that Bill Barr did after being appointed President Trump’s new Attorney General on Valentine’s Day in 2019, was to meet with Robert Mueller and his team. Barr stated that he and Mueller met a couple weeks after his appointment – Barr, in testimony to the Senate Judiciary Committee, said that he and the Justice Department’s No. 2 official, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, met with Mueller as early as March 5 to discuss the findings of the special counsel’s probe, which was nearing its conclusion after nearly two years. Mueller had been tapped to probe Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election, potential collusion between the Kremlin and President Donald Trump’s campaign, and possible obstruction of justice by the president. At the March 5 meeting, Mueller indicated that he and his team of more than a dozen prosecutors would not bring charges against the president for obstruction – but they wouldn’t exonerate him. “We were frankly surprised that they were not going to reach a decision on obstruction, and we asked them a lot on the reasoning behind this and the basis for this,” Barr testified. “We did not understand exactly why the special counsel was not reaching a decision, and when we pressed him on it, he said that his team was still formulating the explanation.” Barr then apparently requested that Mueller (no Mueller’s not a man of integrity – his appointments to the Special Counsel absolutely prove it- Weissmann, Strzok, Page, Rhee, etc…) complete his report and provide it with all grand jury items notated. Barr was also smart enough to keep DAG Rod Rosenstein on until the Special Counsel was over. It’s unknown why Rosenstein agreed to do this. We know Rosenstein’s actions were corrupt. He approved the members of the Mueller team, in spite of their numerous conflicts, in direct obstruction with the law. Rosenstein hired Mueller who had obvious conflicts, the day after Mueller was turned down for FBI Director. And, we now know that Rosenstein did not replace Mueller in spite of President Trump’s requests to put someone over the investigation who wasn’t conflicted. Despite all this, Barr kept Rosenstein on so that he could have a co-signer on his four page announcement of Mueller’s conclusions. Mueller next tried to put President Trump and his AG Barr a precarious position. He and Weissmann decided to provide Barr a report with no grand jury items notated in spite of Barr requesting that Mueller provide this information. No doubt Mueller and Weissmann wanted to put Barr in a bind. They did this so that they and Democrats could complain about Barr taking too long to release the report and accuse Barr of editing the report. This is where Barr masterfully handled Mueller and his corrupt team’s political actions. Barr in a matter of a couple days, took the Mueller report and drafted a separate report on March 24, 2019. He stated yesterday that he knew Americans were eager to read the Mueller report and he wanted to get the message out with conclusions of the report. Barr explained that this was not a summary and rather a report with Mueller report conclusions. Barr reported that Mueller found no evidence of collusion. He used quotes from the Mueller report. Barr then did something that will go down in history as one of the boldest, most courageous and smartest moves of anyone in the past century to save the republic. Barr released a report noting that he and Rod Rosenstein looked at the evidence presented by Mueller on obstruction and in three short paragraphs he explained that he and Rosenstein came to the conclusion that there is no legal reason to indict the President on obstruction [emphasis added] – The report’s second part addresses a number of actions by the President – most of which have been the subject of public reporting – that the Special Counsel investigated as potentially raising obstruction-of-justice concerns. After making a “thorough factual investigation” into these matters, the Special Counsel considered whether to evaluate the conduct under Department standards governing prosecution and declination decisions but ultimately determined not to make a traditional prosecutorial judgment. The Special Counsel therefore did not draw a conclusion – one way or the other – as to whether the examined conduct constituted obstruction. Instead, for each of the relevant actions investigated, the report sets out evidence on both sides of the question and leaves unresolved what the Special Counsel views as “difficult issues” of law and fact concerning whether the President’s actions and intent could be viewed as obstruction. The Special Counsel states that “while this report does not conclude that the President committed a crime, it also does not exonerate him.” The Special Counsel’s decision to describe the facts of his obstruction investigation without reaching any legal conclusions leaves it to the Attorney General to determine whether the conduct described in the report constitutes a crime. Over the course of the investigation, the Special Counsel’s office engaged in discussions with certain Department officials regarding many of the legal and factual matters at issue in the Special Counsel’s obstruction investigation. After reviewing the Special Counsel’s final report on these issues; consulting with Department officials, including the Office of Legal Counsel; and applying the principles of federal prosecution that guide our charging decisions, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and I have concluded that the evidence developed during the Special Counsel’s investigation is not sufficient to establish that the President committed an obstruction-of-justice offense. Our determination was made without regard to, and is not based on, the constitutional considerations that surround the indictment and criminal prosecution of a sitting president.2 In making this determination, we noted that the Special Counsel recognized that “the evidence does not establish that the President was involved in an underlying crime related to Russian election interference,” and that, while not determinative, the absence of such evidence bears upon the President’s intent with respect to obstruction. Generally speaking, to obtain and sustain an obstruction conviction, the government would need to prove beyond a reasonable doubt that a person, acting with corrupt intent, engaged in obstructive conduct with a sufficient nexus to a pending or contemplated proceeding. In cataloguing the President’s actions, many of which took place in public view, the report identifies no actions that, in our judgment, constitute obstructive conduct, had a nexus to a pending or contemplated proceeding, and were done with corrupt intent, each of which, under the Department’s principles of federal prosecution guiding charging decisions, would need to be proven beyond a reasonable doubt to establish an obstruction-of-justice offense. Boom Mueller’s plan to provide Congress with a report where the corrupt Democrat- led House would decide Trump’s guilt on obstruction was gone – Barr killed it – and he had Deep State Rosenstein sign off on it as well! He rightly assessed that the President did not obstruct justice! The next plan from the Deep State and the Mueller team to accomplish their coup was to include shady information about President Trump and other innocent individuals (suspected of being Trump family members like Donald Trump Jr.). They did this in providing Barr a 400 page report that should have been concluded in two pages. Mueller and Weissmann included numerous questionable actions by the President and others in the report. This was a horrible precedent that Mueller set and will go down as one of the most corrupt actions in US history. Barr handled this by redacting information on innocent individuals and he had Rosenstein and the Mueller team agree to the redactions.
  15. Haha. LOOK! KRAKEN has been unleashed. "The rats & hyenas will start to eat each other" Sebastian Gorka on Declassification of Russia Hoax: ‘The Kraken has Been Unleashed’ on the Deep State https://i.rmbl.ws/s8/2/u/G/s/X/uGsXa.baa.1.mp4?b=0&u=bt1g “I knew this day would come, but I didn’t expect it so soon,” he said in a video posted Thursday to Twitter at 11:50 pm EST. “Thanks to the actions and statements of Nancy Pelosi the last 48 hours, the president has brought forth his decision and the Kraken has been unleashed.” The video was posted shortly after Trump issued a bombshell memorandum granting Barr “full and complete” authority to declassify any Russia-related documents and ordered all intelligence agencies, including the CIA, to comply with the attorney general’s requests. Some believe this unexpected decision was a direct result of Pelosi’s antics. On Wednesday’ she’d held a meeting with the Democrat Caucus about potentially impeaching Trump. After the meeting concluded, she issued a statement to the press accusing the president of engaging in a “cover-up.”
  16. LEFT FULLY TRIGGERED: Conservative Actor Jon Voight Releases Two Viral Videos to ‘My Fellow Americans’ Calling Trump the ‘Greatest President Since Abraham Lincoln’
  17. BOYCOTT JILLETTE ... and its delusional BS WHAT THE…? Normalizing Sexual Dysphoria: Latest Gillette Ad Gaslights Customers, Features Dad Teaching Daughter To Shave Face For The First Time After Sex Change Operation
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  19. We will soon find out how well Farage has done to take votes from the Conservatives. They are guaranteed to be in 1st place - the question is by how much? The pound is set for a nasty fall on Monday.
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  21. ROCKET Gold? Changing spacecraft? RoxGold up 5%, as Walbridge drops ... 10d 1.01 ROXG /Change: +0.05 Open: 0.95 High: 1.04 Low: 0.95 Volume: 1,483,607 Percent Change: +5.21%
  22. Too much Wealth-concentration? DOW longest weekly losing streak since 2011... Quarter of Americans say in credit card debt to pay for necessities... JP MORGAN slashes GDP forecast to just 1%... CEO pay rises to $12 million...
  23. Meantime. the attack on Males is working SPERM COUNTS DECLINE; PLASTICS TO BLAME?
  24. Theresa May’s Final Humiliation The British prime minister, who said she will resign on June 7, had one job: to deliver Brexit. She failed to do it.
  25. Did Hillary Clinton Ruin It For All Female Candidates? By DICK MORRIS Published on TheWesternJournal.com on May 24, 2019 The year 2020 was going to be the "year of the woman" in our politics. But then, so was 2016 and 2008. But the recent polling suggests that female candidates have not taken off but still lag behind the white men: former Vice President Joe Biden and Sen. Bernie Sanders. And, virtually tied with them are other males-in-waiting Beto O'Rourke, Pete Buttigieg and Cory Booker. GET THE FULL STORY BY CLICKING HERE NOW!
  26. The Utter failure & collapse of Female politicians Hillary, Peloser, Theresa May, Merkel ... Utterly Awful. Why so bad? Is it the reliance on Emotion and Virtue Signaling? Will Margaret Thatcher ...and maybe Tulsi Gabbard be shining exceptions? This Summary of Theresa May's reign was right on: Arron Banks, the group’s pull-no-punches founder, was equally scathing: “he tackled the really big issues like diversity audits,” he remarked caustically. “She humiliated the UK and will go down as the [worst] PM ever.” PEAK BITCH already happened > We are now on the Downslide of that Trend
  27. ‘The Worst Prime Minister Ever’ – Reactions to Theresa May’s Resignation Roll In A Dignified Exit speech and THIS: “he tackled the really big issues like diversity audits,” > Is that how she will be remembered? Probably Theresa May had clung on after surviving the loss of her parliamentary majority in the 2017 snap election, three historic parliamentary defeats for her proposed withdrawal treaty with the EU, a no confidence vote in which over half of her backbenchers called on her to go, calls to step down by the leadership of the party’s grassroots activists, devastating losses in English local elections, and dire polling for the European Parliament elections. But, with an attempt to put her withdrawal treaty to the House of Commons for a fourth time, sweetened with an offer to let MPs vote on holding a second referendum, holed below the waterline before it could even be table, she has at last accepted the inevitable in an emotional speech, highlighting such “achievements” as her race disparity audit and gender pay reporting. Reactions are mixed, with right-leaning Sun newspaper offered a pitying yet damning verdict in its leader article on her premiership, with digital political editor Hugo Gye observing that “she suffered the worst election campaign and the worst Commons revolt in history… she’s likely to be remembered as possibly the worst Prime Minister in decades or even of all time.” Gye’s colleague Tom Newton Dunn struck a similar tone, describing her speech as a “highly dignified defence of her record”, but also a “clear admission of serious failure.” “But the emotional collapse at the end revealed she is also [a] shattered human being, broken by the Brexit wheel,” he added. Leave.EU, the larger of the two major Brexit campaigns in 2016, did not sweeten the pill, greeting her departure with a blunt “Good riddance! It’s time for Britain to have a prime minister who believes in this country and wants to deliver Brexit! Arron Banks, the group’s pull-no-punches founder, was equally scathing: “he tackled the really big issues like diversity audits,” he remarked caustically. “She humiliated the UK and will go down as the [worst] PM ever.”
  28. DEMS lack of Discernment is Obvious MSNBC’s Donny Douche Displays Media Idolization of Democrats: ‘I Love You, Nancy Pelosi’
  29. FADING SCUM? Karma may be catching up with these utter scumbags WATCH: Democrat Impeachment Ringleader Jerrold Nadler Appears to Faint at New York City Event With Fellow Stalinist Bill de Blasio Staples in his stomach may not be helping Nadler Appears to Almost Pass Out at Presser... Rushed to Hospital... VIDEO: 'Medical Episode'... House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler had to receive medical attention Friday after a health scare at an event in New York City. Despite reports that the powerful New York Democrat appeared to pass out, his office said he merely felt ill but did not faint. A spokesman for Nadler told Fox News that the congressman is “okay” and “seems to have been dehydrated,” describing the room as “very warm.” Nadler, 71, was speaking at a press conference on the Upper West Side of Manhattan, alongside 2020 Democratic hopeful New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, when the incident happened. De Blasio could be seen checking on him and patting him on the shoulder, as someone brought over a glass of water. Fox News is told the congressman was being taken to a hospital in an ambulance. “He is now responsive and receiving a check-up,” a spokesman told Fox News. Nadler’s office noted that he was sitting down, so he “did not faint or anything.” But local reporters on social media attending the event said that Nadler appeared to have briefly passed out.
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