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Trump tweets about execution and moves water bottles around



At a highly anticipated meeting, where The First Lady would make her first appearance after a  lengthy absence from the Media, a very odd set of things happen which has caused wide specuation and discussion on the internet.

In the 17 second clip, you can hear the FEMA Deputy Secretary of Defense Patrick Shanahan  saying: “We have a few things. One, we just unveiled a new strategic plan and it’s not just a plan for Hurricanes, it’s for the whole Community. It is a plan that I would like to unify the Federal Government response but also the down to the State Governors and partners that are here today,” he said.

While Melania Trump, First Lady of the United States, looks over at President Donald J. Trump, who removes his water bottle, sets it on the floor.  Without hesitation, Mike Pence, Vice President of the United States removes his water bottle and places it on the floor.  Trump then places his napkin in his lap.  And no one else moves a muscle.


We are not sure if DHS means get ready for a “CrossFire Hurricane” or not:

The left doesn’t like Water Bottles, and that was all they saw:

But he did get them talking and focused on him:

We have to do it:

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New York Post Cover Slams Kardashian for Being near Trump- Media Meltdown



Wednesday, a celebrity turned prison reform activist met at the White House with President Donald J. Trump, to discuss the case of a Great Grandmother, Alice Marie Johnson,  who is in prison for life for a non-violent drug charge, and the New York Post has denigrated the popular activist.

“I would like to thank President Trump for his time this afternoon. It is our hope that the President will grant clemency to Ms. Alice Marie Johnson who is serving a life sentence for a first-time, non-violent drug offense,” said  Kim Kardashian West.

Kardashian West has 30 Million followers on Facebook and 60 Million followers on Twitter. She is a megastar of social media influence.

The Left-Leaning New York Post has hurled a sexist and degrading attack at Kardashian West, whose backside has been a popular topic of photos for the celebtrity.




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EXCLUSIVE: Des Moines Register Hid Story of Democrat Nate Boulton Sexual Misconduct Story ‘For Months… Since January’ | Populist Wire Tipster



Wednesday, The Des Moines Register ran a story about a candidate for Iowa Governor, Nate Boulton, being accused of “Sexual Misconduct” by three women.

“One woman told the Des Moines Register that Boulton, now 38, repeatedly grabbed her buttocks at a bar in 2015. Two others told the Register that when Boulton was in law school more than a decade ago, he rubbed his clothed crotch against them, pressing his erect penis into their thighs.

Boulton, who announced in May 2017 he would seek the Democratic nomination for governor, did not deny the allegations,” said The Des Moines Register, who endorsed Hillary Clinton for President in 2016.

Full Story Here 

Up until about 18 hours before the story dropped at The Des Moines Register, Populist Wire had been working on verifying anonymous tips on this exact same story.  A source who had contacted us about two weeks ago told us that the Des Moines Register had been given those stories, word for word,  in January,  and they had failed to write the story.

“They are sitting on it because Boulton is a Democrat,” our inside source told us. “This all started around January 2018,’ the source said.

“The Des Moines Register is sitting on a story about how 4 women came forward with sexual misconduct stories-  with Nate Boulton. They aren’t publishing the story because only one of the women will go on record and at least two of the women are Republicans.  There is a description that he took the hand of a female coworker and placed it on his genitals,” said the source.

PopWire was working on establishing contacts with other people familiar with the story up until about 1:30 AM Wednesday morning.

The Des Moines Register has a history of quickly exposing campaign ending stories that will benefit the Democrat Party candidates, so it is suspicious to local Republican Party members that the paper had knowledge of the sexual misconduct against Boulton and didn’t publish them for so long.

Populist Wire did contact the author of the Des Moines Register article and asked for a statement about the timing of the article. We will update if we receive one.

Open secret?

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Steve Bannon is back and he is right



Wednesday,  in advance of his full interview, the BBC posted a teaser on Twitter of a well known American, responsible for organizing a worldwide populist movement, saying that President Donald J. Trump has the lowest Black unemployment in history and other controversial things.

“If you look at the policies of Donald Trump, anybody… Martin Luther King would be proud of him. What he has done for the Black and Hispanic Community for Jobs,” said Stephen K. Bannon, Former White House chief strategist.

“It is the lowest unemployment in recorded history. You don’t think Martin Luther King would sit there and go, YES, you are putting young black men and women to work in the lowest unemployment in history, and wages are starting to rise for the working class, and we have finally stopped the illegal alien labor forces from coming in a competing with them every day and destroying the schools and the healthcare. Absolutely,” Bannon said.

Watch Bannon talk about the riches of freedom and the security of justice for Black Americans:

The Full interview will air May 23.

FLASHBACK – Bannon was right.

The March on Washinton was a March for Jobs and Freedom


 Oscar N. Taylor Jr. (on right with hat) was later elected to the City Council of Jacksonville. Photo credit: Wisconsin Historical Society. Right Photo: Civil rights demonstrators make their way through the National Mall during the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom. Photo credit: Walter Reuther Library.


In a sense we have come to our nation’s capital to cash a check. When the architects of our republic wrote the magnificent words of the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence, they were signing a promissory note to which every American was to fall heir. This note was a promise that all men, yes, black men as well as white men, would be guaranteed the unalienable rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

It is obvious today that America has defaulted on this promissory note insofar as her citizens of color are concerned. Instead of honoring this sacred obligation, America has given the Negro people a bad check, a check which has come back marked “insufficient funds.” But we refuse to believe that the bank of justice is bankrupt. We refuse to believe that there are insufficient funds in the great vaults of opportunity of this nation. So we have come to cash this check — a check that will give us upon demand the riches of freedom and the security of justice,” said Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., in his speech “I Have a Dream”.






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