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Lou Dobbs, Peter Navarro Talk ‘Leftist’ Yield Curve Conspiracies, ‘Powell Problem’ In Hilariously Weird Fox Clip

"Peter, Peter... Let me try this again".

"Peter, Peter... Let me try this again".
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7 comments on “Lou Dobbs, Peter Navarro Talk ‘Leftist’ Yield Curve Conspiracies, ‘Powell Problem’ In Hilariously Weird Fox Clip

  1. Damn. Is that two tired old while guys confusing the shit out of each other, or Gary Oldman in his Dracula guise trying to kiss the ass of the animatronic Chuckie from the “Child’s Play” movies?

  2. Fox has “turned” on trump because they know he won’t win re-election.

    • monkfelonious

      I don’t think they have actually ‘turned’ on him but are definitely testing the waters. If he starts an actual war – they will marshall. If he continues to flounder, hey, they are just another business with a product to sell.

  3. Harvey Cotton

    Conservative Republicans should turn on Trump because Trump isn’t a conservative Republican. There is nothing in conservatism or Republican orthodoxy that allows for an Executive to reassign Congressional spending to pay for walls that come from illegally seized land from private property owners under the protection of unlimited pardon powers. There is nothing in free-market thinking about a Sovereign deigning to choose who pays and how much they pay in import taxes by fiat. There is nothing conservative about allowing a President to dictate, without due process of law, where a company does business or where they put their supply chains. Republicans have thrown overboard free trade, an independent Central Bank, a free currency float, and even Reagan’s 11th Commandment.

    Republicans are down to 5 1/2 core issues: perpetual tax cuts for the upper class, unlimited defense spending, banning abortion, a maximalist 2nd Amendment, racism, and half-heartedly, deregulation – exempting Trump’s Twitter tirades. That is it. That is their plank, for a national Party that is supposed to be one of two. For these five or six issues, Republicans are willing to jettison all rules of law, social decorum, civic cohesion, facts, science, the media, academia, technocracy, and eviscerate the Constitution itself. There is no going back from this. Republicans cannot go back to Mitt Romney or John Kasich after this. It is all Louie Gohmerts and Richard Spencers from here.

  4. All conflicts start with FUD – Fear Uncertainty Doubt; and we are certainly in a conflict.
    These two are not only stoking the fire but are tinder themselves.
    (Sarcasm / Irony) Good leadership tRump!

  5. Fox News, what a joke

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