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President Trump Walks With Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen on a very sunny dayWhere did common sense go?

If you have been paying even a small amount of attention to politics today, you may have found yourself asking, “where did common sense go?” It used to be when someone discovered someone else wanting to do harm to them or their family or their nation, that was enough to cause a rejection of who or what was aiming at them.

But now being presented with irrefutable proof doesn’t mean so much. In Fact it can mean nothing at all, people are quite happy to believe whatever propaganda best serves them. And here’s the kicker most of these folks know they’re being fed lies and they are perfectly fine with it.

There are so many examples of this you might have trouble recounting them all, everything from Hillary’s email and destroying evidence of a Benghazi coverup to President Trump is controlled by Putin, to all republicans are racist, homophobic, xenophobes. This propaganda is taken in by the left, refined and made into fact. Even though it is obviously lies.

Tomorrow is November 6th, 2018 and mid-term elections will decide the course we either continue on, whether we change direction or stay on course to make America Great again. Or put a stop to all the positive if they want to the truth or lies to influence who they vote for.

Lord almighty please hear my prayer, let us not fall back into the abyss of freaks, goons and sodomites. But deliver us from evil, forever and ever. Amen

WASHINGTON EXAMINER: Trump’s list: 289 accomplishments in just 20 months, ‘relentless’ promise-keeping

The Trump administration’s often overlooked list of achievements has surpassed those of former President Ronald Reagan at this time and more than doubled since the last tally of accomplishments after his first year in office, giving President Trump a solid platform to run for re-election on.

As Trump nears the two-year mark of his historic election and conducts political rallies around the country, during which he talks up his wins in hopes it will energize Republican voters, the administration has counted up 289 accomplishments in 18 categories, capped by the confirmation of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.

They include 173 major wins, such as adding more than 4 million jobs, and another 116 smaller victories, some with outsize importance, such as the 83 percent one-year increase in arrests of MS-13 gang members.

“Trump’s successes in reducing the cost of taxes and regulations, rebuilding our military, avoiding wars of choice and changing the courts rival those of all previous Republican presidents,” said Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform.

“Trump has an advantage over Ronald Reagan: He has a Reagan Republican House and Senate while Reagan had a [Democratic Speaker] Tip O’Neill House and a pre-Reagan Republican Senate. Reagan and [former GOP Speaker] Newt Gingrich were the ice breakers that allowed Trump’s victories to grow in number and significance,” he added.

Unlike the Year One list which included many proposals and orders still to be acted on, the new collection includes dozens of actions already in place, signed legislation, and enforced executive orders.

For example, while the Year One list bragged about the administration’s efforts to rewrite the much-maligned NAFTA trade deal with Canada and Mexico, the Year Two list said: “Negotiated an historic U.S.-Mexico-Canada Trade Agreement to replace NAFTA.”

In December, Secrets reported on the first list of White House accomplishments.

And shockingly the NAFTA achievement is presented as a sidebar to the larger achievement that reads, “President Trump is negotiating and renegotiating better trade deals, achieving free, fair, and reciprocal trade for the United States.” Under that umbrella are eight trade deals cut with Japan, South Korea, Europe and China.

“President Trump is a truly unique leader in American history. He’s a kid from Queens who became an international business leader and made billions by getting things when no one said he could,” said Trump’s 2016 campaign pollster John McLaughlin.