Comedian Jimmie Walker: “CNN And MSNBC Have Said Trump Can’t Win. But People in America Love Trump.”

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…via Lifezette:

Walker is best known for his role as James “J.J.” Evans in the classic “Good Times,” a Norman Lear-created sitcom that ran from 1974 to 1979.

He is beloved among “Good Times” fans for his signature line from the show, “Dy-no-mite!” He is now launching a new stand-up special with “Police Academy” star Michael Winslow, “We’re Still Here.”

Walker, who has been performing standup comedy since 1968, said the comedy world has changed today because of a fiercely divided culture.

Apparently he’s in agreement with Trump (and many of his supporters, including me) in that there’s a lot of fake news out there, saying he takes Trump on a “case by case” basis.

…via Fox News, Aug. 3rd, 2017:

Former “Good Times” star Jimmie Walker is supporting President Trump.  At least most of the time, said the veteran comedian, who considers himself “a logical Independent.”

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Snowflakes Looking 2 Remove Trump’s Star On The Hollywood ‘Walk Of Fame’ Should Remove THESE 5 Stars Instead

“People have the freedom here to be ignorant, but you have the freedom to speak your mind and make your case too, you have the freedom to get your message and your values out there; rather than destroying what you don’t like by vandalizing shit and removing it from sight, use it as a springboard to inform people about what you don’t like and why you don’t like it.”

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Bill Cosby, Kevin Spacey, Jerry Lee Lewis, Emil Jannings, and Gig Young.

…via Lifezette:

This past Monday night, the West Hollywood City Council voted to remove President Trump’s star, according to a tweet from John Duran, the city’s leftist mayor.

The move appears to be completely politically motivated.

If the city truly wanted to make the Walk of Fame a more family-friendly experience, here are five people Hollywood should actually remove from it.

1.) Bill Cosby. The television star best-known for his role as Cliff Huxtable on “The Cosby Show” was charged with aggravated and indecent assault back in 2015; he was also accused by countless women of drugging them and committing sexual assault over the years. He was found guilty of sexual assault earlier this year in a court of law.

The Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, however, has refused to remove Cosby’s star despite pushes for them…

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The Roseanne Show – Brenden Dilley

Another phenomenal interview with a great guest on Roseanne’s channel:

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Author and life coach Brenden Dilley discusses what he calls ‘Trump Republicans’, a results oriented “get it done” kind of Republican, distinct from those who’ve traditionally held sway within the party over the years, about how branding and re-branding has played a role in the political shifts, and how (with our votes) Trump was able to take over and re-brand the GOP. They also touch on Roseanne’s now infamous tweet, the Iran Deal, the Obama administration, and several other topics throughout the brief sit down.

Definitely worth a watch imo.

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President Trump Threatens Retaliation for Iran’s ‘Demented Words of Violence’, Warns of Historic Consequences

“While a few of the usual suspects in mainstream media and on Capitol Hill absolutely lost their fucking minds over the tweet, I agree wholeheartedly. Fans of Breaking Bad might recall the scene where Hank confronts his brother-in-law, Walter, about being a drug lord; Walt denies it, but states that if he is in fact this ‘Heisenberg’ person, maybe Hank’s best course of action would be to “tread lightly”. Iran hears we’re encouraging the people standing against their oppressive regime, gearing up to re-impose sanctions, and pushing to cut off their oil exports.

They’ve now threatened us over it, not unlike Hank.

We have nothing to apologize for and will likely move forward in supporting Iranian citizens who are protesting their fascist government, as well as sanctioning that same government for its human rights abuses, their continued sponsorship of terrorism, their refusal to halt their nuclear program, and their threats toward us. Their only apparent recourse (based on past history and present threats) is to blockade their neighbors.

If they make good on their threats they’ll be fucking with their own neighbors, not us, and those neighbors will blame and retaliate against Iran, not us.”

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Iran’s President, Hassan Rouhani, threatened the United States of America this past Sunday – an unfortunate, nasty, and reckless pattern of behavior over the last few years – claiming Iran feels we’re pursuing policies their corrupt government feels are “hostile” to it. It was, on one level, simply a fit thrown over our withdrawal from the ‘Iran Deal’. On another level it’s a direct reaction to – and an attempt to scare us into from – our looming sanctions of the terrorist sponsor, our support of the Iranian people rising up against Rouhani, and our insistence that (like North Korea) they bring their nuclear program to an end.

…via Reuters:

Addressing a gathering of Iranian diplomats, Rouhani said: “Mr Trump, don’t play with the lion’s tail, this would only lead to regret,” the state new agency IRNA reported, “America should know that peace with Iran is the mother of…

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The Roseanne Show – Thomas Mohamed

I’ve got nothing to say about this one except for what I already said when I originally shared this interview on Sutter Media.

Fantastic interviews on Roseanne’s channel.

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I disagree with them on Malcolm X, as far as I know that guy was a radical and only had a short redemptive arc towards the end of his life; I’m open to being wrong about that but, yeah, that bit I kind of disagree with. Great interview though; glad to see she’s back in action, and on her own terms this time, Hollywood and media elitists be damned. Clearly, she will not be silenced.

Which is great imo, I’m generally of the opinion that you should never apologize when you’ve done nothing wrong, and you should never back down in the face of aggression. Maybe this is her way of rectifying the mistake she made in begging for the left’s forgiveness by standing up to the aggression now. Anyways, love what she’s doing now and am looking forward to more.

In the meantime I’d recommend checking out her…

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