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Thursday, November 30, 2017

Governor Raimondo sends message to President Trump with "Blue" Rhode Island Christmas Tree

Raimondo send a message to Trump

 "It will be a Blue Christmas because of you." 

 "We will be so Blue, thinking about you."

not green but blue

 How depressed is Democrat Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo over the Trump Presidency this Christmas season? The liberal, progressive Rhode Island Governor has chosen to send a protest message to President Trump that even the Rhode Island State House Christmas Tree is "Blue"this year. Raimondo, who proudly proclaims Rhode Island is a Democrat "Blue state," has chosen to inject politics this year into the decorations of the State House spruce. Governor Raimondo refused to hide her disgust after the election when she chose to boycott the Trump Inauguration back in January. This week Raimondo went out of her way to slam President Trump on any suggestion his policy on hiring American workers helped the state obtain 500 jobs by attracting Infosys. One democrat source explained the blue Christmas tree was a double message that Rhode Island is a "blue state" and Rhode Islanders are "feeling blue" with President Trump. A recent poll found Governor Raimondo with a lower approval rating than President Trump in Rhode Island.

  Could it also be a "Hanukkah tree?' Is this the new progressive way to neutralize Christmas? 

President Trump with John DePetro in Rhode Island

the blue state

Raimondo was a strong Hillary Clinton supporter who had planned to leave Rhode Island last November and go to work in Washington with President Hillary Clinton. Instead, Raimondo finds herself fighting for another four years as Governor with low approval ratings and a dismal job performance, making it unlikely she will win another term in 2018. Sources say progressives were "giddy" at the tree lighting and laughing about sending a message to the White House and saying "it looks like the big blue bug, plus keeps many progressive voters happy."


 This is not the first time Rhode Island has faced controversy surrounding the State House Christmas Tree. Governor Linc Chafee refused to call it a "Christmas Tree," and insisted it was a "holiday tree." Chafee decided not to run for a second term for Governor in 2014 due to a 20% approval rating and instead ran for President where he was polling at 1% leading up to the Democrat primary. Chafee ran his presidential campaign focusing on the metric system. 

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Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Exclusive: New details coming on the fatal Providence shooting

 Stay tuned. DePetro.com has learned exclusive new details regarding the fatal shooting that took place on the ramp off I-95 outside the Providence Place mall. Sources reveal what was said inside the white truck and what the driver said to the passenger while the chase was on.

 Where was Rhode Island state police Colonel Ann Assumpico the morning the cruiser was stolen and where was she going before the chase?  Assumpico has not been seen since her botched press conference the Saturday after the shooting. 

To learn more, listen to the John DePetro Radio show now weekdays from 11:AM-2:PM on AM 1380 and 95.1 FM,WNRI. Watch the show live on John DePetro Show on Facebook.

Monday, November 27, 2017

Flashback...Projo Bombshell: Raimondo admits thousands of Illegals getting welfare in Rhode Island

And the hits keep coming. Credit the Providence Journal for getting the Raimondo administration on record admitting thousands of illegals are getting welfare benefits in Rhode Island, but exactly how many is unknown. The problems of UHIP make it even worse to determine the exact number since the state has admitted a complete disaster pertaining to the $600 million dollar DHS computer system. How much are the people of the state paying for illegals to get free benefits? Will Mayor Elorza continue to put Providence at risk in losing $240 million in federal aid? Will Queena Raimondo risk losing $3 billion in federal aid by running Rhode Island as a sanctuary state?

 President Trump has made it clear he will not allow the smallest state to dictate terms on illegal immigration and is prepared to make an example out of Raimondo.  Sources claim thousands of illegals could descend on Rhode Island seeking shelter, as other states begin to enforce tougher immigration laws, with as many as 25,000 in the next 18 months. For all the details, listen to the John DePetro Radio Show now heard on AM 1380 and 95.1FM from 11:00-2:00 pm each afternoon.

Queena Raimondo