The White House Casting Couch

After a controversial moment became the talk of the net, it’s time to recognize the 2016 woman of the year, the beautiful White House counsellor Kelly Anne Conway created a stir when she tried to take a wide angle photo of a meeting between President Trump and a large group of  historically black colleges and universities leaders in the Oval Office. While taking the photo Kelly Anne was wearing a skirt and kneeling on a couch, sending the meme machine into fantasy-mode. The moral of the story is No Social Media. In full support of Kelly Anne Conway.

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BIG JOE A Real American Hero

In a society overrun by anarchy and chaos, after a Presidential inauguration sabotaged by staged rioting and overt bigotry, a hero stepped forward to speak the truth. Big Joe a Trump-supporter was surrounded at the Women’s March in LA, while he explained how the nationwide protests are a scam, Planned Parent is a racial eugenics scheme of Margret Sanger, against political correctness, Americans should wake up and have respect:

Wake up and be smart!

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2016 Personal Year in Review


2016 was a year of exits. It was like 2012 was four years late, with apocalyptic revelations and clash of civilizations, the truth is out there… In midst of all was the realization of a way to get passed it; Winning. As seen via the ascendency of President-elect Trump (see: Conspiracies of the Year) a way to get passed all the haters and doubters, the cynics and the establishment, is by winning big league. This year had a tremendous amount of setbacks and finales (see: Lowlights of the Year) but through it all only strengthened our resolve to never give up.

Die Hard Truthin’ so it’s only fitting that we begin this blog post with a look back at some the best Events of the year 2016:
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Paul Hellyer speaks in Toronto

December 15th 2016 | Legendary 93-year-old politician Hon. Paul Hellyer speaks in Toronto on Canadian tour of ‘A Plan to Make Canada Really Prosperous Again’ full presentation and Q&A at OISE Auditorium, Toronto, Canada “The Bank of Canada – A Ray of Hope?” the Honourable Paul Hellyer lecture on the CETA constitutional challenge, how using the Bank of Canada can launch a new era of prosperity, why the U.S. voted against globalization and why Canada has nothing to fear from U.S. protectionism. ‘They broke it, you can help fix it’
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