Posted on Blog For 06/05/2019:Morning Edition

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George Sorbane Quotes:

1. “Every disorder is the beginning of new and higher order.”


1…………>Today’s White House Tweets

Donald J. Trump




As we approach the 75th Anniversary of D-Day, we proudly commemorate those heroic and honorable patriots who gave their all for the cause of freedom during some of history’s darkest hours. #DDay75



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ABC News Politics

HAPPENING NOW: Pres. Trump attends event to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day.




Donald J. Trump




“House Republicans support the President on Tariffs with Mexico all the way, & that makes any measure the President takes on the Border totally Veto proof. Why wouldn’t you as Republicans support him when that will allow our President to make a better deal.” Thank you





Donald J. Trump




If the totally Corrupt Media was less corrupt, I would be up by 15 points in the polls based on our tremendous success with the economy, maybe Best Ever! If the Corrupt Media was actually fair, I would be up by 25 points. Nevertheless, despite the Fake News, we’re doing great!




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Donald J. Trump




House Democrats, fresh off a Republican victory against them (in Federal Court) on the Wall,  keep asking people to come and testify regarding the No Collusion Witch Hunt. They are very unhappy with the Mueller Report, especially with his corrective letter, & now want a Do Over!



2…………> Castro Gang Leader: RICO Indicted


After a four-week trial, Chaka Castro, 44, was convicted of one count of RICO (Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act) Conspiracy, four counts of Assault with a Dangerous Weapon in Aid of Racketeering and four counts of Use of a Firearm During and in Relation to a Crime of Violence.

  The leader of the robbery crews Chaka Castro generated lists of robbery targets in various states around the county, specifically families of Asian and Indian ancestry, and then assigned crews to carry out the armed robberies of these families within their homes.

A federal jury in Michigan found the Houston, Texas, woman guilty of a nine-count indictment for her role as the leader of several robbery crews that traveled all over the United States in order to conduct home invasions of families of Indian and Asian descent.

  At least one robber would then restrain the victims with duct tape and threats of violence while a partner would ransack the home in search of cash, jewelry, and electronics to steal.


3…………> Relive D-Day Again: Airborne Invasion Veterans


In the early hours of June 6, 1944, more than 150,000 allied troops set off from Portsmouth, leading the attack on Normandy marking the beginning to the liberation of western Europe from the Nazi regime, and now, some 200 parachutists filled the skies for the 75th anniversary of D-Day, as the Queen, Prince Charles, presidents and prime ministers rose to applaud veterans, their coats heavy with medals, as they stood on a giant stage during the commemorative event in Portsmouth.

“It was a very moving and I think a very personal ceremony in telling the personal stories and to be able to afterwards go and speak to veterans who were there on the day — 19 year olds, 20 year olds — on ships, in planes, on landing craft and those memories of that day are still very vivid in their minds,” Mr. Morrison said.

“It’s important that we reflect on that, understand the causes and the forces that brought the world to that point at that time and make sure that in today’s world, as we were just discussing in a meeting of leaders who were here today, that we ensure those lessons are never lost.”

Queen Elizabeth was joined by world leaders including Donald Trump and Angela Merkel to mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day, paying personal tribute to the veterans of the largest seaborne invasion in history that helped bring World War II to an end. (ABC.AU)


4…………> D-Day Decision Center: Deep Within Scotland


One of the most secret decisions of WW2 involves two of the most influential figures of the past century and the day they supposedly held a furtive meeting at Knockinaam Lodge, a gloriously remote hideaway on the Rhins of Galloway peninsula, deep within Scotland. And according to local rumor from the time and the previous owners of the lodge, and their names, which can’t be found on any guestbook, are Winston Leonard Spencer Churchill and Dwight David Eisenhower.

And it is said the former British Prime Minister and former US President and wartime Commanding General met in the front room, overlooking Port of Spittal Bay, to plan the Allied invasion of Normandy during World War Two while taking tea.

A reality frozen in time: the place, the moment, the hour, that D-Day became a reality.(BBC)


5…………> Trump Historic UK Visit: A Great Success


President Trump’s state visit to the Islamic May’sdom of UK was a perfect stage for the POTUS habit of sparking controversy during his foreign trips, as the “Fake news” mainstream media had been eagerly awaiting the “moment of the century“, when their greatest enemy will self-destruct in the eyes of the world, leading to an impeachment, and usher the beginning of the reign of Comrades De Blasio, Pelosi, Schumer, Schiff & Co. 

For news outlets, almost universally hostile to the President, it was a veritable goldmine of material:

 ‘What catastrophes will be unleashed by Trump’s official state visit to the UK?’ they surely wondered.

True to form, the President took to Twitter to launch a vicious broadside against Sadiq Khan, calling him a “stone cold loser” who was “very dumb” and “incompetent”, mocking his diminutive stature.

​While his comments sent numerous journalists into meltdown, the attack was balanced with Trump pledging to be “a great friend” to the UK, and stating he was “looking very much forward” to his visit despite Khan’s comments.

Khan’s Labor party, had planned to boycott the entire visit some weeks prior, a move condemned by government officials and contrary to public opinion — a majority (46 percent) of Britons were in favor of the trip going ahead. Perhaps they wanted a better look at Britain’s “great friend”.

“It’s totally inappropriate for the Labour party to be boycotting this important visit…this is the President of the United States, and we’re celebrating the D-Day landings when we had a million US servicemen in the UK, willing to risk their lives for our liberty, our democracy, our values. This should be above party politics…it’s absolutely disgraceful,” UK Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt said. (BBC)


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