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Poppy Leigh, 13, is Cindy Lou Who. Donald John Trump is still our president.

ITEM 1The Intercept reported, "Retired Admiral Michael Rogers, former director of the National Security Agency, has been cooperating with the Justice Department’s probe into the origins of the counterintelligence investigation of the Trump presidential campaign’s alleged ties to Russia, according to four people familiar with Rogers’s participation.

"Rogers has met the prosecutor leading the probe, Connecticut U.S. Attorney John Durham, on multiple occasions, according to two people familiar with Rogers’s cooperation. While the substance of those meetings is not clear, Rogers has cooperated voluntarily, several people with knowledge of the matter said.

"Rogers, who retired in May 2018, did not respond to requests for comment."

But here is the key paragraph, "Shortly after Trump won the presidency, Rogers traveled to Trump Tower in New York, where he provided an unsolicited briefing to the then president-elect. Rogers informed Trump that the NSA knew that the Russians interfered in the election, according to three people familiar with the briefing. Despite delivering what Rogers told a confidant was bad news, Trump would keep Rogers on as NSA director while dismissing Brennan and Clapper."

Admiral Rogers saved the nation by telling President-elect Trump what Obama and his henchmen were up to. That is the big story all these Watergate-wannabe reporters missed.

Now the admiral is talking to prosecutors.

No excitement without an indictment but that giant shrinking sound you hear are sphincters closing in the Intelligence Community.

ITEM 2: The New York Post reported, "She’s a real-life Cindy Lou Who. Poppy Leigh, 13, showed up to school on Thursday with a mile-high hairdo full of Christmas cheer — only to be told she needed to take it down or go home.

"The Wythenshawe, England, eighth-grader wrapped her ginger hair around an empty water bottle and then strung in Christmas lights, but her principal was not amused. The school, Manchester Health Academy, rang Poppy’s mother to tell her they didn’t find her daughter’s hairstyle appropriate."

Mom said, "She just wanted to make things a bit more exciting. It’s just a bit of fun and Christmas cheer. I am quite upset really — it’s just bah humbug."

Ordinarily, I would side with school administrators, but it was the last day of school before the Christmas break. 'Tis the season to be jolly.

ITEM 3Breitbart News reported, "Treasury Department Assistant Secretary of Public Affairs Monica Crowley has been vindicated by Columbia University after a years-long investigation ultimately concluded she did not plagiarize her thesis, despite allegations by CNN and other establishment media outlets that she did.

"Crowley, now the Treasury Department’s top spokeswoman but previously a Fox News contributor, had been under consideration to join the National Security Council (NSC) in the White House at the very beginning of President Donald Trump’s administration under his first national security adviser, retired Gen. Mike Flynn. Then, allegations from CNN and Politico, among other publications, claimed that she plagiarized her 2012 book and her thesis at Columbia, sparking Columbia to launch a review of her thesis that has now concluded.

"The review found Crowley did not commit research misconduct, and sources familiar with the investigation added that the university is 'not disciplining her in any way.' The university also, the source familiar with the details of the investigation told Breitbart News, found no research misconduct by Crowley. She encourages the public to read her PhD dissertation — which is about U.S.-China relations — because it is a clearly newsworthy topic and added she is proud of her work."

CNN libeled her.

I hope she sues.

ITEM 4: Media-ite reported, "The final Democratic primary had one of the smallest stages yet and the fewest viewers for it, drawing just over 6 million viewers across multiple viewing platforms.

"According to Nielsen figures provided to Variety, the Los Angeles debate hosted by PBS NewsHour and Politico and simulcast on CNN drew just over 2 million viewers across PBS stations nationwide, and was seen on CNN by just over 4 million people."

6 million.

Four years ago, in December 2015, 18 million watched the Republican debate on CNN.

ITEM 5: LifeSiteNews reported, "A Tennessee Republican introduced legislation meant to prevent gender-confused male students from competing against girls in school athletic programs by making state funds contingent on schools adopting a biological understanding of sex.

"HB 1572 says that all publicly-funded elementary and secondary schools in the state 'shall require, for an official or unofficial school-sanctioned athletic or sporting event, that each athlete participating in the athletic or sporting event participates with and competes against other athletes based on the athlete's biological sex as indicated on the athlete's original birth certificate issued at the time of birth.'

"Schools that refuse to do so would become 'immediately ineligible to continue to receive public funds of any type from this state or a local government.' Officials who intentionally violate it could also face civil penalties of up to $10,000, lose their jobs, and become ineligible for future public office in the state."

Boys in drag should not be allowed to take over girls sports.

ITEM 6: Matthew Continetti wrote, "President Trump ends 2019 in a better position than when he started. The year began with the swearing in of Nancy Pelosi as speaker of the House. The Mueller probe dragged on. The legislative agenda of Trump's first two years in office had petered out. The Democratic frontrunner, Joe Biden, was beating him by double digits in the polls. A little more than halfway through the year, bond prices signaled recession.

"Look where things stand now. Pelosi's decision to impeach Trump already has cost her a seat and stands zero chance of resulting in a Senate conviction. Not only has Mueller shuffled off the stage, but Michael Horowitz's report on FBI malfeasance also raises serious doubts about the credibility of the government and media elites who spent years arguing that Trump and his associates were Russian agents. Mitch McConnell blocks liberal bills from the House while confirming additional conservative judges. Biden is damaged and the problems of his candidacy manifest as he sleepwalks toward his party's nomination. The economy is gangbusters."



Next time, Gadget.

ITEM 7: The Wall Street Journal reported, "Cadets and midshipmen who flashed “OK” hand signs on national television during the annual Army-Navy football game on Dec. 14 didn’t intend to convey extremist messages, but were playing a game that involves the use of the gesture, according to findings of a military review released Friday.

"The students likely will face punishment for unprofessional behavior for engaging in the game, but apparently were unaware that the hand sign they used has become associated in recent years with white-power extremism.

"The redacted reports released Friday by officials at the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and the U.S. Naval Academy showed that, according to investigators, the cadets were behaving unprofessionally when they flashed the hand signs in the background of an ESPN segment on national television."



Otay, Boomer.

By the way, punishing cadets for unprofessional behavior at a football game shows our military academies are run by PC fools. What next? An Article 15 for being naked in the shower?

ITEM 8: Electroverse reported, "“We’ve never before had snow on this scale,' exclaimed Valgeir Þorvaldsson, director of the Icelandic Emigration Center in Hofsós, North Iceland.

"Located in a two-story house, the Emigration Center practically disappeared under a monster dumping of snow delivered by last week’s record-breaking storm.

"'When building these houses, it never occurred to us we’d have to shovel [snow] off these roofs. There are, I believe, 9 meters (30 ft) up to the gable of the biggest house, and the roofs are very steep, too,' continued Þorvaldsson.

"'Maybe this is why people emigrated to America,' he jokingly pondered."

On August 9, the New York Times said, "What Worries Iceland? A World Without Ice. It Is Preparing."

I think its worries are all over.

I do not link pay sites.

ITEM 9: Fox News reported, "British lawmakers overwhelmingly voted to approve Prime Minister Boris Johnson’s new Brexit deal Friday, marking a moment of triumph days after winning a commanding parliamentary majority.

"Members of Parliament voted 358 to 234 to send Johnson’s Withdrawal Agreement Bill to the next phase of more scrutiny and possible amendments before the House of Lords approves it.

"Johnson ran last week’s general election on a promise to end more than three years of political gridlock and lead Britain out of the European Union on Jan. 31."

Once they leave, shut down the Chunnel.

ITEM 10: News-Zone asked, "Are You Unpatriotic If You Don't Support Trump?"

Yes, next question.

ITEM 11: In OK Boomer news...
Enjoy reaping what you sowed, hippies.

Oh and Hamill later tweeted an apology for saying there were four lights, not five. Excuse me, I mean for saying there are two sexes instead of 57.

ITEM 12: Just Biden their time until Democrats find a sane candidate...
Didn't President Churchill pardon Corn Pop?

ITEM 13: You know what is better than gun control for reducing homicides?

Border control.
Donald John Trump was correct about illegal aliens. They called him racist. Therefore, liberals must mean right when they say racist.

ITEM 14: Ari Fleischer for the win.
They are not even trying any more.

ITEM 15: Christianity Today gets put in its place.
The Battle of Christian satire sites is on.

Update: I have just been informed that Christianity Today is not a humor site. I apologize for the confusion.

ITEM 16: Fact-check...



TRUE!

Never cross the woman.

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