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  • The New Pork Grimes 12:03 pm on March 15, 2017 Permalink
    Tags: Ashley Judd, Donald Trump, , Politics   

    Thin skinned Ashley Judd “scared” when man tells her he supports Trump. 

    Ashley Judd suffered an emotional hiccup at a college basketball game, when an elderly fan who got a picture taken with the D-list actress mentioned “we like Trump”. 

    The actress stated that she felt “uncomfortable and scared” and wrote a lengthy Facebook post detailing her experience. 

    First and foremost, Ashley Judd is as relevant as Robert Blake’s career right now. She is an absolute basket case. Who would think of all the things that would traumatize a person, and elderly man saying he supports Trump would cause her to practically feel threatened.

    Maybe, just maybe we should sent her along with her libtard friends to Syria so that she can experience and help discern what is scary and what is flat-out stupid. 

    I suggest that we help Ashley Judd by donating crayons and a coloring book in hopes that we can help her feel safe and at ease.

    I mean you gotta be fucking kidding me. She along with other snowflakes have lived a cocoon life where they haven’t experience true challenges and struggle. 

    When Obama won I just accepted it along with his futile administration for all those 8 years. Hold on buttercup, if you’re traumatized now, better get thick skin soon. Might be a long 8 years.

  • The New Pork Grimes 10:31 pm on February 3, 2017 Permalink
    Tags: Britain, British, British Prime Minister, Conservative, Donald Trump, socialism, Theresa May   

    British PM Theresa May slays Socialist. 

    An Anti-Trump British Parliament member who used his platform to spew insults about President Trump and demand his invitation to be withdrawn met his match, as Theresa May quickly rebukes his arguments and rethoric and asserts her authority as Leader of the Isles.

    The man who began accusing Trump of being against women’s rights (cough, cough..but not Saudi Arabia and the rest of the middle east countries who ACTUALLY oppress women by restricting their daily lives) toward the end looked defeated as Theresa May gain the applause of her allies as well as the conservative world.

  • The New Pork Grimes 8:18 pm on February 3, 2017 Permalink
    Tags: Donald Trump, , Muslim ban, muslims, refugees, socialists   

    Leftist refugee, anti-Trump supporters balk at the idea of refugees staying in their homes 

    For all of their zeal, passion and unshakable beliefs against the so called “Muslim Ban”, these devoted socialists are unwilling or apprehensive in allowing these poor people in need to stay at their residences to escape persecution by….other Muslims. Watch.

  • The New Pork Grimes 11:10 pm on January 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Donald Trump, Executive Order, extreme vetting, , travel ban   

    Legal Permanent Residents from banned countries can return. But will be a slow, inconvenient process. 

    The current immigration ban for Syria, Iran and 5 other middle east countries are causing panic, fear and chaos for travelers today, leading to protests at U.S international airports.

    The ban as explained by the administration is to improve “vetting” of those seeking to immigrate or visit from those listed countries who the administration accuses of harboring, endorsing, or failing to deter radicalism and terrorism.

    Currently those with a U.S visa from the countries listed can re-enter, however, they will have to go to the U.S consulate and determine if they are eligible. The consulate has said that they will treat those seeking to return on a “case by case basis” and that they are moving “expeditiously” in the process. 

    News reports from various sources have been incorrect on this report, claiming that all visa holders from these countries are banned. 

    That is not so. What’s true is that they will have to go through a few hurdles before traveling back. 

    For more on this story visit the source: Reuters

    Update: U.S District Court has ruled visa holders and approved refugees cannot be detained or prevented from entering the country.

  • The New Pork Grimes 4:30 am on January 28, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Border Wall, Donald Trump, , Mexico, President Nieto   

    Trump and Mexican President Nieto talk. Mum on wall. 

    Both Mexican and U.S Presidents spoke today in a phone call to discuss their differences and concerns about the planned wall and trade deals among the two nations.

    Given the rise in tensions between both countries, President Trump signaled that the pair’s conversation was “very, very friendly”. Both Presidents agreed to not offer any glimpse into their discussions regarding the payment of the wall.President Trump shared how the U.S has been negatively impacted by past trade deals with Mexico and how important for both countries to cooperatate and improve border security. 

    For more on the story click on the source: Reuters

  • The New Pork Grimes 1:42 am on January 27, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Donald Trump, , federal law, , ,   

    Can Trump legally impose an immigration ban to certain countries? Looks like he can. 

    The “immigration ban” calling for a number of countries to have certain restrictions on immigrating to the U.S. Has many people asking if the policy is actually legal. 

    From what the constitution says, that is correct. Federal Law U.S.C 1182 (f) states;

    Whenever the President finds that the entry of any aliens or of any class of aliens into the United States would be detrimental to the interests of the United States, he may by proclamation, and for such period as he shall deem necessary, suspend the entry of all aliens or any class of aliens as immigrants or nonimmigrants, or impose on the entry of aliens any restrictions he may deem to be appropriate.” (breitbart.com)

    The law gives the President the authority to follow through with his policy. Since he is using his executive powers, he bypasses Congress’s approval in implementing it.

    Those oppose could address the fact that the President in his rethoric called for a ban on Muslims and question the legality of his plans. The United States cannot discriminate or prevent someone from legally immigrating solely on the basis of religion.

    The administration and other supporters argue that it is a way to ensure national security and that the countries noted in the ban have a history of fostering, restraining  and even supporting terrorism.

    Source: breitbart.com


  • The New Pork Grimes 5:16 am on January 25, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Donald Trump, environment, , Keystone Pipeline,   

    Keystone Pipeline back on 

    It what it seems to be a never ending deluge of executive orders, President Trump signs another authorizing the continuance of the construction of the controversial Keystone Pipeline.

    The order gives the TransCanada the opportunity to re-submit for a permit in order to continue operations.

    The move is seen by the administration as a way to boost exports and ease the reliance of imports from oil rich nations. Currently,  the U.S is the largest consumer of crude oil.

    The move is also said to be a way to increase jobs and benefit the country’s overall energy infrastructure.

    The order has been met by long standing opposition as the Standing Rock Tribe and environmentalist pledge to fight on. The Tribe and protesters won last year when President Obama halted the project. 

    Many opposed cite a danger to drinking water and the overall health of the environment and surrounding wild life. The project calls to tunnel under Lake Oahe which is adjacent to the Missouri River and the reservation.


  • The New Pork Grimes 3:07 am on January 24, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: abortion, Donald Trump, health, Mexico City Policy, woman's health   

    What is the Mexico City Policy on Abortion? 

    Today President Trump signed an executive order reinstating the Mexico City policy or what is known as the “global gag order”. But what is it? And what does it mean?

    The policy was first signed by President Reagan only to be rescinded by Democratic and reinstated by Republican administrations in a never ending back and forth. Now with a Republican presidential in the helm, it is once again implemented. 

    The policy restricts tax payer funds to fund non-governmental agencies  (NGO’s) from promoting and performing abortions in foreign countries as a part of family planning. That doesn’t include if an abortion is needed in life threatening situations, rape or incest cases. 

    The policy is a way to curb the support of coercive programs like The United Nations Population Fund who support China’s one child policy and forced abortions.

    The policy itself does not diminish or restrict funding for contraceptives or other family planning services in order to avoid unwanted pregnancies that are not related to rape, incest, and life or death cases.

    Pro-Choice supporters argue that the reinstatement of the policy will cause many women to seek unsafe means to terminate their pregnancies as well as limit access to clinics. While policy supporters state that tax payer funds shouldn’t be used for foreign abortions at their expense. 


  • The New Pork Grimes 4:17 am on January 23, 2017 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: bailouts, Donald Trump, finances, homeowners, mortgage,   

    Trump’s mortgage increase could be a way to avoid potential bailouts. 

    Recently President Trump signed a bill that raised mortgage bills to non-wealthy first time home buyers in order to contribute to the Federal Housing Authority’s insurance program.

    The FHA’s program is in the event of mortgage defaults by high risk borrowers. Many including new HUD Secretary Bill Carson feared that former President Obama’s rate reduction for first time buyers might leave The FHA without sufficient funds to handle another bailout of the banks like the one that crippled the economy about 9 years ago. The FHA required a bailout itself in the tune of over 1.7 billion dollars (Fortune). 

    For more on how much of a percentage increase and more on this story, click on the source: Fortune

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