House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) revealed her contempt for President Trump and the American working class when she dismissed out of hand the early results of the tax plan Trump endorsed and Republicans and a few Democrats passed. Pelosi may also have revealed subliminal beliefs formed from her elitism and wealth.

Reporter Steven Hayward cited a reporter’s question to Pelosi about the huge number of companies giving bonuses and pay raises in the growing U.S. economy, and that relationship to the tax legislation. It seems a $1,000 bonus isn’t much money to the wealthy San Francisco solon and Napa Valley Vineyard owner who thought Obama’s $40 windfall to tax payers was fantastic.

A January CBS poll showed Black support for Trump has increased because of higher employment numbers, Trump’s “hire American” emphasis, and his crack down on illegal immigration, a factor that contributed to previous Black unemployment.

Hayward said Pelosi referred to the Trump bonuses as “insignificant crumbs.” Pelosi then referred to the bipartisan group of congress members who are crafting immigration policy, as “the five white guys,” and pondered, “Are they going to open a hamburger stand next, or what?” And, she added, Trump’s immigration policies are intended to “Make America white again.”

Hayward reported the reaction of Rep. Steny Hoyer (D-MD), who said Pelosi’s statements were “offensive.”

Trump was complimented by President Moon Jae-in as reported by Dave Boyer of the Washington Times. Boyer said the president of South Korea claimed Trump “deserves big credit” for the planned talks between South and North Korea and the NK Olympics bid, and that Trump offered to attend any meeting with NK’s dictator, Kim Jong-Un. President Moon attributed the break-through to U.S. sanctions and other pressure. No joint SK-US military exercises would take place during the proposed talks.

Former G.W. Bush administration UN ambassador John Bolton, a Trump ally, is not optimistic about these events on the Korean peninsula. Bolton predicted, “The two Korea’s will parade at the opening ceremony, but as far as the North Korea nuclear threat is concerned, it won’t change a thing.”

Hopefully, events will occur that will surprise Bolton, but the history of US-SK-NK relations since the Korean War (1950-1953) provides little hope.

Trump received positive reviews for his speech in Davos, Switzerland, where he advocated that all nations act in their own self-interest, while cooperating in fair trade. Davos globalists were impressed with Trump’s economic and immigration policies.
Meanwhile evidence of political collusion against Trump mounts as released text messages between FBI counter-intelligence agent Peter Strzok and his friend, FBI lawyer Lisa Page, revealed their conversations about the fear there was “no there there” in the Russian collusion probe; but their desire to be involved in any future Trump impeachment investigation.

Democrats want release of these FBI communications blocked, saying it’s just a GOP attempt to discredit the Mueller investigation. Well, the Deep State bias does discredit the investigation. To Mueller’s credit, he removed Strzok from the investigation. But why are these two employees still working for the FBI? And Asst. Dir. Andrew McCabe recently left his post early.