“Soft despotism is a term coined by Alexis de Tocqueville describing the state into which a country overrun by "a network of small complicated rules" might degrade. Soft despotism is different from despotism (also called 'hard despotism') in the sense that it is not obvious to the people."

Tuesday, June 06, 2017

Political Correctness Gone Mad: London Bridge attack latest: Third UK assassin 'was arrested last year trying to get to Syria but was still able to get into UK'


Poland: Refusing to Import Muslims is Only Proven Counter-Terror Method


The only way to protect Poland from Islamic terror attacks is to not allow Muslims to migrate en masse, a British-born, senior MEP for the nation’s ruling party said on Monday.

“When it comes to reducing the chances of Poland being hit by [Islamist] terror attacks, the only proven method is to not allow in Muslim migrants,” Ryszard Czarnecki told local radio after an attack in London on Saturday killed seven and injured at least 48 others.

Noting the children of Islamic immigrants have been responsible for a large number of ISIS-inspired attacks on European soil, the London-born Law and Justice (PiS) MEP said Poland is “learning from the mistakes” of other nations in the West, and so refuses to “open [its] doors to Islamic migrants.”
Asked whether he thinks the politicians running Poland have any good advice on how to avoid terrorism for Britain, which has experienced three Jihadist attacks in three months, and other countries in Western Europe, Czarnecki said the country has “a very specific concept  — no Islamic immigrants.

“With regards to Britain, we have already told them on several occasions they need to deport, not tolerate, radical migrants.

“If a radical Muslim cleric in a mosque calls on his brothers in the faith … to fight the infidels, well, I think that there are grounds to expel such an imam.
“Fortunately, Poland does not make these mistakes that other countries have made when it comes to our immigration policy, and so we don’t have these headaches,” stated the MEP,who sits on the European Parliament’s foreign affairs committee.

Speaking in Poland’s parliament at the end of last month after a terror attack in Manchester claimed the lives of 23 adults and children, including a Polish couple, Prime Minister Beata Szydło condemned the “political elites” of Europe and warned the continent must put in place “strong politicians” who are willing to tackle terrorism.

Speaking of the need to act, Szydło said: “Where are you headed Europe?… Rise from your knees and from your lethargy or you will be crying over your children every day.

The PiS premier’s government is currently fighting European Commission plans for every member state signed up to the Common European Asylum System to take in a quota of migrants currently living in Greece and Italy.

Reacting to the European Union’s (EU) setting of a June deadline, by which Poland and Hungary must welcome immigrants or face sanctions, Interior Minister Mariusz Błaszczak insisted that asylum seekers from the third world would inflict damage to the Central European nation “much worse” than could any punishment from Brussels.


  1. There is no compromise worthy of destroying your culture.

    If you don't have the guts to defend what is yours, you will always lose to those that have no such qualms.

    Islamics in Europe know that the European men are week. If they won't defend their women and children or culture, what will they defend.

    The islamists have rightly concluded they will win. They will, because the men in the UK and Most of the EU have neither the common sense, the will or the courage to stop them.

    There is no compromise between fighters. You with or you lose. If you put your hands down when threatened you deserve to lose.

    Nothing more encourages a bully than weakness, defeatism and pacifism.

    European men may as well start cutting a deal with the Islamists. Give them what they want. Feel good that they compromised and did the right thing, so as not to offend, and be prepared to have to repeat the process every few years.

    1. If being a xenophobe is refusing to surrender my culture, I wear it with pride

    2. Being a Xenophobe means you are have an irrational fear of foreigners. Is that you?

  2. Don't forget the nativist tag!

    1. I forgot about the nativist part, let's check that one out:

      the policy of protecting the interests of native-born or established inhabitants against those of immigrants

      Yes. That sounds a lot like loyalty.

  3. Army General calls for Multi-Domain battle strategy to blur lines between branch responsibilities in Combat.

    Read the article here:

  4. FBI arrests Air Force veteran now Federal contractor linked to leaked classified documents.

    1. She never should have had a security clearance in the first place.

  5. Reality Leigh Winner’s apparent social media footprint also shows that she is a supporter of other liberal causes, including the Women’s March and the Islamic Society of North America, the Muslim civil rights group.

    She also recently referred to President Trump as a “piece of shit” because of his position on the Dakota Access Pipeline (DAPL) protests.

  6. When I was separated from the air force (where after tech school, I never had less than a secret clearance) I was contacted by Raytheon who made me an offer I could not refuse.

    My first assignment was to go to Spenser Labs to meet the team. There were seven of us, all ex-military, all electronics techs, all held secret clearances in the military and all served overseas assignments. I doubt there was 5 years difference in our ages.

    We were briefed and everyone of our questions with a " you will find out later'

    They gave us a meeting room and two decks of cards and told us our duty was to show up and wait for our top-secret security clearances. We were paid our salary, a per diem that was more than any of us dreamt of while we were in uniform. We played hearts for eight weeks.

    We had interviews and had to give names of almost everyone that we ever knew or worked for, teachers in high school, friends, and active duty military. All were visited by the FBI.

    Eight weeks later all of us but one received a top secret/crypto access security clearance. We were straight as arrows.

    I look at this Reality Leigh Winner with her top secret and motor mouth. What could possibly have gone wrong?


    1. Give her a week and she will be Sainte Jeanne d'Arc.


    U.S. General Dwight D. Eisenhower, the supreme commander of Allied forces in Europe gave the go-ahead for Operation Overlord, the largest amphibious military operation in history.

    On his orders, 6,000 landing craft, ships and other vessels carrying 176,000 troops began to leave England for the trip to France. That night, 822 aircraft filled with parachutists headed for drop zones in Normandy. An additional 13,000 aircraft were mobilized to provide air cover and support for the invasion.

    By dawn on June 6, 18,000 parachutists were already on the ground; the land invasions began at 6:30 a.m.

    The British and Canadians overcame light opposition to capture Gold, Juno and Sword beaches; so did the Americans at Utah.

    The task was much tougher at Omaha beach, however, where 2,000 troops were lost and it was only through the tenacity and quick-wittedness of troops on the ground that the objective was achieved.

    By day’s end, 6 June, 1944, 155,000 Allied troops–Americans, British and Canadians–had successfully stormed Normandy’s beaches.

    By the end of June, the Allies had 850,000 men and 150,000 vehicles in Normandy and were poised to continue their march across Europe.


    You walk along that beach asking anyone who will talk to you, if they could possibly believe that in less than 20 years, the countries they are fighting and dying for, after being freed at a terrible cost, will allow Moslem hordes from Africa, Asia and the Middle East to occupy Europe and destroy the culture and cities and not lift a hand to stop it.

    What the fuck happened?

  8. Many in this country are driving cars, watching televisions, and using air conditioners all made by Mitsubishi. The same fine folks who once made Japanese Zeros. You know, the little plane that bombed Pearl Harbor?? What the fuck happened?

    1. American culture is not white culture - what the fuck happened?

    2. For whites American culture is white culture, at least out in this still sane part of the country.

    3. Too cold for blacks and most Mexicans as our late Representative Helen Chenoweth often said.

    4. Here most people work, generally thought to be a white cultural behavior.

    5. Slavery! Yeah, that's the all defining word of the black experience in America!
      Now pay me, white boy.

    6. Oops. I meant "ameriKKKa".


  9. AshTue Jun 06, 11:00:00 AM EDT

    American culture is not white culture - what the fuck happened

    Did someone here say it was? I must of missed it.

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    2. riiight, projecting words right into a wingnuts post:

      "BobTue Jun 06, 11:17:00 AM EDT
      For whites American culture is white culture, at least out in this still sane part of the country."

      c'mon MOME, lets see you argue how Hispanic culture and Black culture has always been America's culture. I'm sure Deuce, Doug, and doug saxum will help you out...NOT.

    3. It's called the melting pot Ash. Every culture combined, except for the all superior Arab Islamic culture. Which will conquer the world.

    4. Not an issue with me, Ash. (and I wasn't counting Bob's comments, he posts things to irritate you here, and you and Quirk take the bait every time). I grew up in the South and currently spend part of my time a few hundred miles from the Mexico border. The black and Hispanic culture is part of MY culture. How about you??

  10. c'mon MOME, lets see you argue how Hispanic culture and Black culture has always been America's culture. I'm sure Deuce, Doug, and doug saxum will help you out...NOT.

    Only too happy to help. Hispanic and American Black culture are not the problem. No one said they were. Blacks and Hispanics are overwhelmingly Christian, share the same holidays and same values.

    American blacks have been part of Euro-American culture for three hundred years, 15 plus generations. American blacks have never declared they did not want to accept the Euro-American culture. On the contrary, they wanted more of it. They wanted and demanded to be an equal partner.

    As Americans, we can argue that white and black Americans are not brothers, but it is undeniable that we are cousins.

  11. As to the Hispanics. Their blood is American Indian and Spanish. The Spanish monarch commissioned an Italian to explore the continents and brought European culture to the Americas. It was overwhelmingly accepted by the Indians that did not die of European diseases.

  12. Imagine if every U.S. State started this program:

    Thirteen previously exempted Alabama counties saw an 85 percent drop in food stamp participation after work requirements were put in place on Jan. 1, according to the Alabama Department of Human Resources.

    The counties - Greene, Hale, Perry, Dallas, Lowndes, Wilcox, Monroe, Conecuh, Clarke, Washington, Choctaw, Sumter and Barbour - had been exempt from a change that limited able-bodied adults without dependents to three months of Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program benefits within a three-year time frame unless they were working or participating in an approved training program.

    During the economic downturn of 2011-2013, several states - including Alabama - waived the SNAP work requirements in response to high unemployment. It was reinstituted for 54 counties on Jan. 1, 2016 and for the remaining 13 on Jan. 1, 2017. As of April 2017, the highest jobless rate among the 13 previously excluded counties was in Wilcox County, which reported a state-high unemployment rate of 11.7 percent, down more than 11 percentage points from the county's jobless rate for the same month of 2011.

    Ending the exemption has dramatically cut the number of SNAP recipients in the counties.

    As of Jan. 1, 2017, there were 13,663 able-bodied adults without dependents receiving food stamps statewide. That number dropped to 7,483 by May 1, 2017. Among the 13 counties, there were 5,538 adults ages 18-50 without dependents receiving food stamps as of Jan. 1, 2017. That number dropped to 831 - a decline of about 85 percent - by May 1, 2017.

    "Based on the trend, the number of (able-bodied adults without dependents) recipients for SNAP benefits is expected to continue to decline statewide and in the formerly 13 exempted counties," according to Alabama DHR spokesperson John Hardy.

    Statewide, the number of able-bodied adults receiving food stamps has fallen by almost 35,000 people since Jan. 1, 2016. Each recipient receives about $126 a month in benefits.

    Nationwide, there are about 44 million people receiving SNAP benefits at a cost of about $71 billion. The Trump administration has vowed to cut the food stamp rolls over the next decade, including ensuring that able-bodied adults recipients are working.

  13. I wonder if Ash has ever lived with blacks, or worked with Mexicans?

    1. Have they changed American culture Doug?

    2. I grew up in North Mpls, about the time it was called Murder-opolis. In the hood.
      I have worked with all kinds of people at my time working at Aveda World Headquarters, a very liberal company.

      How about you, Ash?

    3. I live in Toronto. We even have Muslims here. In fact a Muslim family lives across the street from me.

      What has this got to do with changes to American culture and whether the 'good ole days' were when 'white' culture was dominant?

    4. Seemed like a simple question.

    5. On a hunch, I looked up the neighborhood in Toronto with the most Arabs. Arabs make up 3.5% of the population of Toronto:

      2. BRITTON EDWARDS, 23, of Brampton

      Shot Sunday, Feb. 7, 4:30 a.m.

      Orenda Road, Brampton


      Edwards was shot in the parking lot of Mata’s Lounge

      3. KADEEM BASCOMBE, 24, of Mississauga

      Shot Friday, May 13, 9 p.m.

      Lisa Street, Brampton


      Bascombe was shot in the chest in the parking lot of All Stars Classic Bar and Grill

      4. TAROLOCHAN SETHI, 85, of Brampton

      Shot Tuesday, June 21, 3 p.m.

      Beaconsfield Avenue, Brampton


      Sethi’s son, Rajvinder Sethi, 46, was found dead in the home with her.

      5. MICHAEL NARINE, 82, of Brampton

      Stabbed Wednesday, Aug. 3, 12:30 p.m.

      Fleetwood Crescent, Brampton

      ARRESTED: Gregory Narine, 57, of Brampton

      Charged: Second-degree murder

      Police were called to the home for a disturbance. The accused is the victim’s son

      There were six murders in Mississauga:

      1. SHARMARKE FARAH, 17, of Toronto

      Shot Sunday, Feb. 7, 1 a.m.

      Derry Road, Mississauga


      Farah was shot dead during a confrontation in the parking lot of Habibi Lounge. He died of a single gunshot wound to the chest

      2. HAMZA LAMANDANI, 19, of Mississauga

      Stabbed Saturday, March 5, 2 p.m.

      Webb Drive, Mississauga

      ARRESTED: Mohamed Nasr, 19, of Mississauga

      Charged: First-degree murder

      Lamadani was stabbed in a confrontation in front of a highrise on Webb. He made his way to a house on Harrowsmith Drive and collapsed

      3. MUSTAFA OMAR, 29, of Toronto

      Shot Saturday, April 23, 5:30 a.m.

      Goreway Drive, Mississauga


      Omar was shot in a townhouse complex. Three others were also hit.

      4. NAM HUU PHAM, 31, of Toronto

      Stabbed Wednesday, Sept. 28, 1:15 p.m.

      Grand Park Drive, Mississauga

      ARRESTED: David Baichoo, 26, of Mississauga

      Charged: First-degree murder

      Pham was found dead in an underground parking garage.

      5. DESHAWN BRANDON NICHOLSON, 23, of Toronto

      Shot Saturday, Oct. 22, 4 a.m.

      327 Queen St. S., Mississauga


      Nicholson was found dead in the parking lot of a rented community hall in Streetsville

      6. KEITH WOOD, 79, of Mississauga

      Injured in an assault Wednesday, Nov. 2,

      Long-term care facility, Mississauga


      Wood suffered injuries in an assault and later died. Police say the assault did not involve staff members, but did not release more information, only that there were no public safety issues.

    6. Arab doesn't equal Muslim, but you knew that, right?

    7. and conversely, Muslim does not equal Arab, right?

    8. If you want to get into the statistics of the % of Arabs who are Muslim, let's rock and roll:

      Iraq - 99% Muslim
      Libya - 96% Muslim
      Syria - 83% Muslim
      Saudi - 97% Muslim
      Afghan 88.8 % Muslim
      Kosovo 96 % Muslim
      Pakistan 96.4 % Muslim

    9. FACT :

      Every country with a Muslim population over 15% has a problem.

      France is over 11% - France is fucked

      Europe should just re- direct all the Muslims there and to Kosovo

    10. Why is that important?

      The mass of people don't want to get involved in anything. They are the herd. They will run from a sheepdog or a wolf, either way they will run.

      For example, only 7% of all Americans are either in or have been in the military. It would only take a small majority of them, call it 4% of the US population to have inordinate power over the vast majority of Americans.

      Police departments use the same calculations as do other countries.

      When you have European countries that are 10% or more populated by a militant self assured and aggressive minority, they will rule.

      There is an easy and a hard way to stop.

      Easy, don't let them in.

      Harder, get them out.

      Worst Case:

      Do nothing, be happy, don't worry and you god damed well better do as you are told, Bitch!!

    11. My recommendation Ash, do as your told, you'll get used to it.

    12. You list 6 Arabic folk who committed crimes in the GTA and you listed ME counties with a high percentage of Muslims. So? Is this some marvelous new method of statistical analysis that proves Muslims should be deported from the US?

    13. If I had more time, I would draw you a chart and throw in a couple of flash cards, but here is the juice,

      1. I looked up the total amount of Muslims in Canada and in Toronto
      2. I looked at the areas of Toronto that had the most violent crime
      3. The crime statistics on this neighborhood where Muslims are a tiny minority show that 60% of those involved in violent crime are Muslin. The were not named Kevin O'leary , Harvey Klapperman, Michael Casalani or Pierre L'frump
      3. The crime statistics had names attached


      4. 3.5% of Toronto is Muslim
      5. If crime were equally spread across all ethnic groups, you would not have 60% Muslim names in a violent crime statistic that is not about religion

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  14. Color photos of D-day show new view of historic WWII invasion

    Codewords for D-Day were in British papers a month before

    D-Day's heavy toll on Eisenhower

    D-Day hero loved bourbon, cursed, and built boats that won war

    1. "To put Higgins's accomplishment in perspective," historian Douglas Brinkley wrote in a 2000 article for American Heritage magazine, consider this: "By September 1943, 12,964 of the American Navy's 14,072 vessels had been designed by Higgins Industries. Put another way, 92 percent of the U.S. Navy was a Higgins navy."

      Higgins, who died in 1952, certainly wasn't modest about his accomplishments.
      "You're the only man I've ever met," President Franklin D. Roosevelt told him, "who has done all the talking."

  15. Putin's interview with Megyn Kelly is a work of art.

    Blood all over.

  16. I just looked at the screwball so called US intelligence comedy realty star “Reality Leigh Winner” The National Security is even dumber than I thought, How that whack job got a security clearance is beyond belief. We are so lucky that we did not have to rely on a professional military and security agency during WW II or we would never have won.

    1. She was arrested under the same statute that Hillary wasn't.

      "No reasonable prosecutor...


  17. She looks like she could have been a half decent pole dancer or an Uber driver.

  18. I mean you wouldn't take her home for conversation.

    1. but she is definitely last call material.

    2. I thought you were watching the Putin interview.

      Most comments work well.

    3. Putin vs Megyn

    4. Megyn's as talented as Quirk at repeating Dem/MSM Talking Points.

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  20. Can't imagine why Trump would be upset with Sessions.

    ...just because it led to a Special Prosecutor.

  21. Breitbart editor says she was fired for inflammatory tweet about Muslims after London attack

    After the attack on the London Bridge, Katie McHugh tweeted:

    “There would be no deadly terror attacks in the U.K. if Muslims didn’t live there."

    If that's not incitement to violence, I don't know what is!

    1. Is that an obviously true statement in your view Doug?

    2. It reminded me of a Deuce post that was labeled thusly.

    3. Replace the muzzies with Hindus in England and what would be the effect, Ash, in your view ?

      My view is that the suicide bombings would drop to zero, the women would feel safe again, the higher college degrees would skyrocket....

      What do you think ?

      By the way if you need refuge from your neighborhood violence you are invited to find it out on the farm. Quirk's seemingly gone missing so the latrine in the trees is yours, along with Quirk's tent by the now un-EPA regulated seasonal creek.

      Quirk will always be my #1 though, and always welcome too.

  22. A BREITBART news editor who was fired for racist tweets she wrote in the aftermath of the London terror attack is crying poor and begging for a bailout to cover her medical costs.


    This is the second time this year that an employee has left Breitbart over controversial remarks. The first was Milo Yiannopoulos, who resigned after comments he’d made promoting paedophilia surfaced.

    1. The "bailout" is ObamaCare ...

      Or Medicaid.

      Both of which she probably is opposed to, ideologically.


  23. Woman screaming 'Allahu Akbar' charged in Toronto store attack: Sources

    FIRST POSTED: TUESDAY, JUNE 06, 2017 11:07 AM EDT | UPDATED: TUESDAY, JUNE 06, 2017 07:39 PM EDT

    A courtroom sketch of the accused, Rehab Dughmosh, 32. (PAM DAVIES/ILLUSTRATION)

    TORONTO - A Scarborough woman swore allegiance to ISIS in a Scarborough courtroom where she appeared to face allegations that she swung a golf club at hardware store employees while screaming threats and Islamic chants.

    Before Tuesday’s proceedings started, Justice of the Peace Alice Napier asked Rehab Dughmosh, 32, to identify herself in court — but the accused woman didn’t initially answer the question.

    “ISIS — I pledge to the leader of the believers — Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi,” blurted the woman through an interpreter.

    Al-Baghdadi is the leader of the Sunni militant jihadist group known as the Islamic State of Iraq (ISIS) and the Levant.

    Dughmosh, who wore a black niqab and a forest-green prison sweat suit, agreed to “stay in jail,” rather than have a bail hearing at College Park courts Tuesday.

    Dughmosh was remanded in custody and will appear via video at Scarborough Court of Justice on June 21.

    Sources told the Toronto Sun that a woman, wearing an ISIS bandana, allegedly entered Cedarbrae Mall in Scarborough Saturday afternoon and then the Canadian Tire store, where she walked to the paint section.

    She allegedly ranted “Allahu Akbar” — God (Allah) is greater — before swinging a golf club at employees — at the same time of bloody terrorist attacks in London, sources said.

    The woman was restrained by several employees, after she pulled out a large knife from under her clothing, according to police. The knife was pried from her hand and an employee suffered non-life-threatening injuries, said a police release.

    Dughmosh is facing seven charges including two counts of assault with a weapon, assault, two counts of possession of a weapon, threaten death or bodily harm, and carrying a concealed weapon.

    1. One day Ash might be buying some Guerilla Tape in a hardware store and find his head first being used as a golf ball, and then find his head in his lap....

    2. Plenty of room for you to knock a golf ball around the farm, Ash. You might even use the occasional gopher hole as your target.


    3. As for "US Interests" in Venezuela, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson told us the US had none, what a fool.

      Goldman Sachs, for its part, seems to be counting on something like this.

      It recently bought $2.8 billion worth of bonds that had been issued by Venezuela's state oil company for the bargain basement price of $865 million.
      ... this looks a lot like a bet that the Chavistas will be around for a lot longer — and might even make that more likely considering that Caracas says the government used $300 million of this money to buy weapons.

      Goldman Sucks, their former executives permeate the Trump Administration.

      Goldman Sucks funds the arms purchases of the Socialists of Venezuela, just as Mr Trump arms the Wahhabi extremists in Saudi Arabia.

      Not "Fake News", but reality.

      It's not every socialist government that pays its Wall Street creditors in full while it watches its own people go without food. The Chavista regime is an exception, though, because it needs dollars to buy people's loyalty, and the only way it can accomplish that is by selling oil overseas.

      But here's the catch: If Venezuela defaults on its debt, then investors would most likely seize its oil shipments as a form of payment. That'd destroy the government's ability to borrow without improving the government's cash balances.

      It's such a bad idea that even the Chavistas don't want to do it.

      They'd rather use Goldman Sucks money to purchase tear gas and bullets to secure their own political power as proxies for "US Interests".

    4. Goldman Sachs bought some junk bonds. Before that Maduro had confiscated the GM plant, rendering it inoperble. Goldman might take a beating too.

      You should move to Venezuela, General Jack "Ass" Dead Beat Dad, Self Confessed War Criminal Hawkins.

      You wouldn't do a positive thing, you never have, except abandon your daughter, which, as WiO says, did give her a break, but you might hire out as the self confessed killer that you bragged of being, to one side or the other.

      What you really should do is seek psychiatric help, as most of those here have recommended you do.

      Get some help, now, Jack

    5. GET HELP
      GET HELP


    6. What happened to General Motors has nothing to do, "Draft Dodger" with Goldman Sucks financing the Socialists.

      Quit with the Fake News and answer the question Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson.

  24. NothingBurger

    Breaking: Comey Won’t Claim Trump Obstructed Investigation, ABC Reports
    ED MORRISSEYPosted at 2:56 pm on June 6, 2017

    Get ready for a big … nothingburger? Everyone in Washington and the media awaits James Comey’s testimony on Thursday with bated breath, but they may be in for a deep disappointment. ABC News’ Justin Fishel and Jonathan Karl report that sources close to the former FBI director say he will not claim that Donald Trump attempted to obstruct the investigation into Michael Flynn. He will, however, tell the Senate Intelligence Committee that Trump didn’t tell the truth about whether the investigation into Russian influence had excluded him as a subject:

    SEE ALSO: Here we go: Pro-Trump group launches attack ad against … Jim Comey

    Although Comey has told associates he will not accuse the President of obstructing justice, he will dispute the president’s contention that Comey told him three times he is not under investigation.

    The president allegedly said he hoped Comey would drop the Flynn investigation, a request that concerned Comey enough that he documented the conversation in a memo shortly after speaking with the president. In the memo, according to sources close to Comey who reviewed it, Trump said: “I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go,” during a February meeting.

    The request made Comey uncomfortable, but the source tells ABC News that Comey has told associates he will not accuse the President of obstructing justice.

    “He is not going to Congress to make accusations about the President’s intent, instead he’s there to share his concerns,” the source said, and tell the committee “what made him uneasy” and why he felt a need to write the memo documenting the conversation.

    So … what else is there to discuss? No one really bought that Comey had told Trump that he was off the hook. The FBI does not disclose the status or targets of an investigation, or at least they didn’t before Comey’s run of poor decisions last year. Comey may not have publicly disputed that characterization of their conversations at the time, but he made his displeasure with those claims known well enough that it’s become common knowledge.

    Piers Morgan to London mayor: Why are you willing to host ambassadors from anti-Israel countries but not Trump?
    Comey will discuss his “discomfort” with Trump’s conversation instead, and explain his need to memorialize them in the form of an unofficial 302 document. That too is rather self-explanatory, just on the nature of the subject matter at hand. Hearing that Trump asked whether the Flynn matter could get dropped would make any law-enforcement professional cringe, and reach for a notebook. Comey would have wanted to take contemporaneous notes just in case there was any later suggestion that he encouraged that topic.

    Basically, then, Comey’s not going to tell us anything new, if ABC News has this right; he’s simply going to amplify what we’ve already heard. That will cause the White House some discomfort, as the pull quotes are bound to be amazing, but it won’t create any lasting damage beyond what has already occurred. And the most likely reason why Comey won’t push the notion of obstruction or interference is because it would raise serious questions as to why Comey didn’t report the conversation at the time. One has to wonder whether Comey’s asking friends to get this story out now as a way to seriously dial down the expectations and the panting anticipation that have erupted this week ahead of his testimony.


    1. Fake News from Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson.

      Remember when he posted that Mr Comey would resign, if Hillary was not indicted.
      That there would be mass resignation at the FBI if Hillary was not indicted.

      Yep, that was Fake News, as is this piece.

      No one can tell us what Mr Comey will do.

      Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson and his Fake News sources have already FAILED at predicting Mr Comey, famously.

      No reason to think he or his Fake News sources can perform now, when they dd so poorly, then.

    2. GET HELP
      GET HELP


    3. Your statements are famously false, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson.

      bobal Sat Sep 06, 09:21:00 PM EDT
      After an eight year law suit with most of my relatives, I've finally found some sanity on line.

      As Ash wrote, you're demented.
      As Quirk noted, you're the stupidest ass he knows, and he's being polite, "Draft Dodger".


    4. The truth, boobie, is that you are displaying your diminished mental capacity with each post.
      It is entirely entertaining ....

      Watching you become a true parody of yourself, Fudd.

      Immensely entertaining ... your insanity.

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    1. Tell us, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson about your opinion of Goldman Sucks providing a life line to the Socialist government in Venezuela.

      Of President Trump supplying arms to radical Islamic governments.
      Wahhabi governments.

      Wahhabi, "Draft Dodger" a word whose meaning you will have to learn, you ignorant piece of ordure

    2. GET HELP
      GET HELP

      Everyone wants you to do so.


    3. Your opinion "Draft Dodger" on Mr Trump arming radical Islamic governments?

      Come on "Draft Dodger" let us know how you feel about US arming radical Muzzies!

      Of Goldman Sucks funding the Socialists in Venezuela...


    4. Proof you are the most ignorant poster on the internet ...

      Bob Mon Jun 05, 02:37:00 PM EDT

      I think the Whahabbi is a Native American war dance.

      Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson, the dumbest piece of ordure in the toilet.

  26. WaPo's Tin Foil Hat Graphic:


  27. President Trump's charity foundation funneled $100,000 in donations meant for St. Jude's Children's Research Hospital into revenue for the Trump Organization by using his son's charity, Forbes reported Tuesday

    Forbes, not a hotbed of liberal Democrats ... in fact it's owned by a New Yorker who ran for President, in the Primaries, as a Republican.

  28. For QUIRK

    Vegan Dog Diet ?

    Opinions are divided on the wisdom of this.


    1. Quirk Fri May 05, 07:47:00 PM EDT

      Damn, Bob, you are the stupidest ass I know.

    2. And thank you again for your astute psychological analysis of crapping rat.

      It was the best we've had here.

      He remains until now resistant to help, however.

      He may, probably does, think there is some kind of conspiracy going on against him, where really everyone wants him to either get well, or get gone.

      You are always welcome on the farm.

    3. Bob Fri Jun 02, 07:03:00 AM EDT

      And Trump's a fool if he thinks the Chinese are going to solve the problem of North Korea for him.

      Why do you consider North Korea to be a problem for Mr Trump, but not for Japan, South Korea, China or Russia, all neighbors of North Korea to solve?

      Why do you think it is the responsibility of the US and not North Korea's neighbors?


  29. How Donald Trump Shifted Kids-Cancer Charity Money Into His Business

    according to Eric Trump, is the charity's efficiency: Because he can get his family's golf course for free and have most of the other costs donated, virtually all the money contributed will go toward helping kids with cancer. "We get to use our assets 100% free of charge," Trump tells Forbes.

    That's not the case. In reviewing filings from the Eric Trump Foundation and other charities, it's clear that the course wasn't free--that the Trump Organization received payments for its use, part of more than $1.2 million that has no documented recipients past the Trump Organization. Golf charity experts say the listed expenses defy any reasonable cost justification for a one-day golf tournament.

    Additionally, the Donald J. Trump Foundation, which has come under previous scrutiny for self-dealing and advancing the interests of its namesake rather than those of charity, apparently used the Eric Trump Foundation to funnel $100,000 in donations into revenue for the Trump Organization.

  30. Academy Award-winning filmmaker Michael Moore, who is working on “Fahrenheit 11/9,” a film about the President Donald Trump’s administration, has launched TrumpiLeaks, a website for whistleblowers who want to send information to him.


    “Releasing classified material without authorization threatens our nation’s security and undermines public faith in government,” Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein said in a statement. “People who are trusted with classified information and pledge to protect it must be held accountable when they violate that obligation.”

  31. TV Client Sues Celebrity Attorney Gloria Allred for Fraud, Legal Malpractice....DRUDGE

    Well, good. Maybe that fraud Gloria Allred will finally get hers.


    1. You will get yours, too, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson

      Bob Thu May 27, 12:52:00 AM EDT

      But I did rip off the bank for $7500 hundred dollars, when I was on my knees, and fighting for my economic life, on my aunt's credit card. But that wasn't really stealing, just payback.

      You probably think the Trump Organization stealing from St. Jude Children's Research Hospital in Memphis, was 'payback' for some untold fault towards .... someone.

    2. GET HELP
      GET HELP

      Everyone has said you need it, everyone wants you to.

      In your own best interests -

      "There's something really wrong with you, Rat"




      Cheers to all you others

    3. Trish not Trich



    4. Run, run away, it is par for a draft dodger, to cut and run when the going gets tough.


    5. bobal Fri Mar 20, 06:03:00 PM EDT
      Trish always was a syphilitic slut

      You disrespected Trish with the 'syphilitic slut' comment, now you want to make up and attribute a quote, one that you cannot reference in time or space ...

      You really are quite the misogynist, aren't you, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson?

    6. Get help, Jack.

  32. If the new report is true, "this is obstruction of justice," said Rep. Ted Lieu, D-California, a member of the Foreign Relations Committee and a former Air Force prosecutor.

    Trump appears to have been "endeavoring to influence an investigation," Lieu said in an interview Tuesday night on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes." "We've seen so much evidence of this.

    "I don't know why people tiptoe around this, say it looks like it or could be," Lieu added. "It is obstruction of justice."


  33. To mess with your head, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson, I need no help, at all.

    You did it to yourself, in your own words ...

    You are the one that needs medical help, "Draft Dodger", based upon reading your words.

  34. It’s been almost a month since President Trump fired James B. Comey on May 9, leaving the FBI without a director. Under normal circumstances, a president planning to fire the head of the nation’s top law-enforcement agency might do so only once he had a replacement lined up. (The only other time an FBI director was fired, President Clinton announced his replacement the next day.)


    There have been a number of people who were identified as being in the running to get the job. And, of that group, most have publicly withdrawn their names from contention.

    ■ Representative Trey Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican, withdrew from consideration on May 15.

    ■ Senator John Cornyn, a Texas Republican, withdrew on May 16.


    If you’re a potential FBI director, this is the situation you’re stepping into. Your boss, Sessions, is under fire from a quixotic president who may also try to lean on you to conduct your investigation with a particular aim in mind.

    Admin Jobs


    1. It is reported that Mr Sessions offered to resign.

      This prior to Mr Trump leaving the country to continue the Obama Administration policies towards the Wahhabi, arming those that financed the 11SEP2001 attack on the US, with billions in US weapons.


  35. The Republican National Committee has lined up a roster of surrogates to appear on conservative news stations nationwide to defend Trump.
    But a list the RNC distributed on Tuesday could hardly be described as star-studded:
    The names include Bob Paduchik, an RNC co-chair who worked on Trump’s Ohio campaign;
    Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi (R);
    and Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge (R).

    Well known national names .... not

    1. What's Christie up to these days?


  36. Trump's tax reform push enters next phase: The White House is starting the next phase of its tax reform push with the expected launch of a formal set of listening sessions with industry groups.

    Since the release of President Trump's one-page tax plan in April, administration officials have been meeting with lawmakers as they work to flesh out the proposal. Now, the officials are branching out to meet with business leaders, who are eager to make their priorities known.


    Rules panel clears Dodd-Frank rewrite for House vote: The House Rules Committee on Tuesday night cleared for a vote on the House floor a Republican effort to strip much of the Dodd-Frank Act.

    The powerful panel -- the last stop for every bill considered by the House -- cleared the Financial CHOICE Act 9-4 along party lines and with few amendments. The full House is scheduled to vote on the bill by Friday morning, and it is expected to pass it without Democratic support.


    CEO economic confidence hits 3-year high: The nation's business leaders expressed the highest level of economic optimism in three years despite the obstacles facing President Trump's legislative agenda, according to a new survey released Tuesday.

    CEO projections for sales, capital spending and employment over the next six months rose to 93.9 in the second quarter, from 93.3 during the first three months of the year, the highest level since the April–June period of 2014, according to the latest Business Roundtable (BRT) report.


  38. I like the new idea circulating in the Trump Administration about building The Wall incorporating solar panels.

    There you go, everyone ought to be happy !

    1. President Proposes Solar Panels on U.S.-Mexico Border Wall....DRUDGE

      Win win win win win....we'll all get sick of winning so much.....

    2. Even the birds will be happy....

    3. Chirp ! Chirp ! Chirp chirp chirp chirp !

    4. We’re Gonna Build A Great Big Beautiful Wall And The Sun’s Going To Pay For It

      ALLAHPUNDITPosted at 10:01 pm on June 6, 2017

      Mexico was never going to pay for it. Democrats aren’t going to pay for it. But what if we taxed Apollo’s flaming chariot as it travels across the sky?

      SEE ALSO: Buzzfeed reporter spends the day with Venezuelan government minder

      I like the creative thinking here. I just hope Trump hasn’t convinced himself that Schumer and Pelosi are suddenly going to brighten up about a border wall because “we’ll do some clean-energy sh*t with it” or whatever. He should know better by now.

      Piers Morgan to London mayor: Why are you willing to host ambassadors from anti-Israel countries but not Trump?

      In the meeting at the White House today with Republican Congressional leaders, President Trump spent some time talking up his latest idea for the border wall. According to 3 people with direct knowledge of the meeting, Trump floated the idea that the wall could be covered in solar panels and the electricity generated used to pay for the cost.

      Trump said his vision was a wall 40 feet to 50 feet high and covered with solar panels so they’d be “beautiful structures,” the people said. The President said that most walls you hear about are 14 feet or 15 feet tall but this would be nothing like those walls. Trump told the lawmakers they could talk about the solar-paneled wall as long as they said it was his idea. One person cautioned that the President wasn’t presenting the solar-paneled wall as the definite solution.

      “Trump told the lawmakers they could talk about the solar-paneled wall as long as they said it was his idea” is the Trumpiest thing ever. Especially since it wasn’t his idea.

      <-:)> heh heh

      Here’s a quickie video from April about the man who did come up with this idea, a Las Vegas developer who estimates the solar-powered wall would cost about $6 million per mile. Looks a bit like a racetrack grandstand. Exit question via Twitter: If we sell the electricity to Mexico, does that count as them paying for it?


    5. Not gonna read it tonite, but the first thing that comes to mind is vandalism.

      ...and the panels do have to face South.

  39. "there would be no deadly terror attacks in the U.K. if Muslims didn't live there."

    That is so obviously true and it applies to France, Germany, Belgium and Sweden.

    The risk reward decisions that allowed a radical, evil religious death cult to emigrate legally and illegally into Europe was patently wrong and the results have been tragic, are compounding and should be obvious to all that are not blind.

    The idea that her statement is controversial or racist is as good as any to confirm that human beings have a fatal chromosome that shunts their natural caution. Progressive liberalism has tapped into that so effectively as to create waves of political lemmings waiting to take the leap.

    Perhaps too many of us have been too disconnected from nature too long. Failure to recognize a predator when he has one of your feet in his mouth leads to more predators and less feet. It is a depressing lesson in social evolution.

    The predators are pleased and emboldened. They have a fat stupid herd ahead of them too stupid to recognize the obvious. The herd will run, but only at the last moment, when it is too late.

    Those that survive the attacks, return to Diversity Down, taking refuge in the fact that the predators don't eat enough at any one time to be significant.

    As of yet.

    1. They are learning the true meaning of 'multi-culturalism' - that all cultures are NOT the same and some, or at least one, is totally reprehensible and truly dangerous and does not want to 'assimilate' but rather wants to assimilate, and to dominate, us - even including Quirk and Ash.

    2. We are ALL Kaffir, even Q & A

  40. 7 said killed, 4 taken hostage in raid on Iranian parliament

    Meanwhile, 1 person killed as suicide bomber, gunmen hit Khomeini’s tomb in a coordinated attack; Islamic State claims responsibility

    BY SUE SURKES June 7, 2017, 10:11 am Updated: June 7, 2017, 11:23 am

  41. What is the magic number? There must be some threshold of how many killed and maimed, a level of brutality or a repetitive frequency where reaction occurs.

    We know that vehicles smashing into human beings in France, Germany, Sweden and England doesn't do it.

    Blowing up little girls doesn't doit.

    Blowing up trains, planes, busses and terminals isn't enough.

    What does it take? How long will it take?

    Is there any atrocity that can break the barrier of political stupidity?

    Every element in nature has a reaction point. Where is it in European culture and social democracy?


    1. So far, the level of stupidity is increasing at a greater rate than the increase in terrorism.

    2. Good saying, Doug.

      That really seems to be the case so far.

      I do have a number as to when the muzzies get pushy - when they reach somewhere around 5% to 7 % of the population.

      Don't have the links right now but have seen it many times including the examples of the phenomenon.

      You can see the beginnings of it here in Hamtramck, Michigan, the first moslem majority city council in the USA.

      First we show the Poles then everybody else

    3. When Quirk and Ash awaken, those snoozers, then we will know North America is finally awake.

  42. The sad pathetic fact is that the reaction point is out there and the extreme ironic tragedy is that when it happens and is recognized, it will likely be too late.

  43. Oh well, put your head in the sand or up your ass, depending on your daily chakra and sexual proclivity, (not that there is anything wrong with that). Thank you for your continued being serviced and have a nice day.

  44. We can stop it here by ending all Moslem immigration to our fair land now. It is not yet too late for us.

    1. Unless their is a level of stupidity of such gravity that it begins to behave like a Black Hole.

    2. It's hard to hitch hike out of Sleepy Hollow, all the drivers being asleep, so one must hike out on one's own, perhaps, hopefully, with a little help from one's friends.

  45. Here We Go: Pro-Trump Group Launches Attack Ad Against … Jim Comey
    ALLAHPUNDITPosted at 10:41 pm on June 6, 2017


    If this keeps up, Comey might not get reelected next year.

    SEE ALSO: Buzzfeed reporter spends the day with Venezuelan government minder

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen an attack ad aimed at congressional testimony, but since the White House farted away its plan to develop a “war room” to counter Comey and other Russiagate developments, this’ll have to do — along with the president’s live-tweeting, of course. Besides, when was the last time congressional testimony was so hotly anticipated that the major broadcast networks were planning to carry it throughout the day? A lot of opinions about Trump’s credibility will be formed Thursday among otherwise apolitical viewers. Trump’s surrogates, in this case the Great America Alliance (a.k.a. Tomi Lahren’s new employer), are being proactive in attacking Comey’s credibility first.

    Piers Morgan to London mayor: Why are you willing to host ambassadors from anti-Israel countries but not Trump?
    One obvious mystery while you watch is why the president insisted on sticking with such a supposedly untrustworthy, discredited public servant right up until he started causing problems for him on the Russia/Flynn investigation. Why not fire him on day one? Exit question via a Twitter pal: Since when do Trump fans dislike “showboats”?


  46. The only two countries where it is terminal is Belgium and France. They may as well perfume up terms of surrender, make it a national holiday and a three day weekend and celebrate their diversity with non-alcoholic wine.

    1. France, the next great frontier for the liquor runners....


    The Man Who Fought Back Against All Three Of The London Terrorists

    JOHN SEXTONPosted at 6:01 pm on June 6, 2017

    After three Islamic terrorists in a van ran down people on London Bridge, they got out and used knives to attack people on the street. Before police responded, the terrorists noticed a pub called Black and Blue which was full of people. The pub’s bouncers saw the terrorists coming and tried to shut the doors, but the three men burst in, intent on continuing their killing spree. But instead of finding more victims, they encountered 47-year-old Roy Larner. The Sun spoke to Larner about what happened next:

    SEE ALSO: Buzzfeed reporter spends the day with Venezuelan government minder

    He told The Sun from hospital: “They had these long knives and started shouting about Allah. Then it was, ‘Islam, Islam, Islam’.

    “Like an idiot I shouted back at them. I thought, ‘I need to take the p*** out of these b******s’.”

    “I took a few steps towards them and said, ‘F*** you, I’m Millwall’.

    Millwall is an East London football club whose team is known as the Lions. One of the terrorists was reportedly wearing an Arsenal shirt during the attack. Maybe that’s what prompted Larner’s response. In any case, Larner, who admits he’d had “four or five pints” at the time, punched and fought with all three attackers while the rest of the patrons ran for the rear exit.

    “I stood in front of them trying to fight them off. Everyone else ran to the back.

    “I was on my own against all three of them, that’s why I got hurt so much.

    “It was just me, trying to grab them with my bare hands and hold on. I was swinging.

    “I got stabbed and sliced eight times. They got me in my head, chest and both hands. There was blood everywhere.”

    A couple of the terrorists got past Larner but one stayed and kept hacking at him. Eventually, they left the club to look for more victims. Larner followed them outside and watched as they headed for another nearby pub. But before they could get there, armed police arrived and fired 50 shots, killing all three terrorists.

    Here are some images of Larner in the hospital. As you can see, his injuries were quite serious.


    Larner is being called the Lion of London Bridge for his response and there is already a petition to award him the George Cross, which is the highest civilian award for bravery given to civilians. The George Cross recognizes, “acts of the greatest heroism or of the most conspicuous courage in circumstances of extreme danger.” That certainly seems to apply in this case. Larner’s friends brought him a present while he was in the hospital. Here he is posing with it:

    View image on Twitter
    Goodfella @Jimmycn1
    Roy larners m8s have a funny sense of humour #Hero #LondonTerrorAttacks #LondonBridge
    1:08 AM - 6 Jun 2017
    307 307 Retweets 528 528 likes

    Larner is expected to be in the hospital for another week. As for his act of heroism, he told the Sun, “I just did what I had to do.”

    If only he had been armed.

  48. That won’t end the fighting in Iraq any more than the fall of Raqqa will end it in Syria, but it will make it much more difficult for ISIS to organize its terror networks — and more importantly, to recruit more fighters to operate them:

    Raqqa On: Offensive Begins To Take Down ISIS “Capital”

    ED MORRISSEYPosted at 10:01 am on June 6, 2017

    More than three years after ISIS stormed in both directions across the Syrian-Iraq desert to establish its so-called “caliphate,” their most important stronghold has finally come under siege. The anti-ISIS coalition has begun its long-awaited assault on Raqqa, their claimed capital of their quasi-state in Syria, even as the battle in Mosul continues in Iraq:

    “The Syrian Democratic Forces and their Syrian Arab Coalition partners launched the offensive to unseat ISIS from its so-called ‘capital’ of Raqqah in northern Syria, June 6,” according to a statement from Operation Inherent Resolve, the name for the U.S.-led anti-ISIS coalition.

    The Syrian Democratic Forces is the name for an umbrella organization of more than 40,000 Syrian Kurdish and Arab U.S.-backed rebel groups fighting ISIS in northern Syria.

    “The SAC and SDF began marching on Raqqah in November and have been rapidly tightening the noose around the city since their daring air assault behind enemy lines in Coalition aircraft in March to begin the seizure of Tabqah,” the statement added.

    “The multi-ethnic SDF is the Coalition’s local ground force partner in the fight against ISIS in northern Syria and they have proven themselves in Manbij, Tabqah and countless other towns and villages across northwest Syria over the past two years,” the coalition statement said.

    The Raqqa mission was always the end game, but one might have expected it to occur more sequentially after Mosul was completely liberated. The forces in Mosul are separate from those approaching Raqqa, except for the US support supplied to both. That won’t end the fighting in Iraq any more than the fall of Raqqa will end it in Syria, but it will make it much more difficult for ISIS to organize its terror networks — and more importantly, to recruit more fighters to operate them:b>The pocket in Mosul has collapsed down mainly to a few blocks in the old city, which may take weeks yet to clear.

    Lt. Gen Steve Townsend, the coalition’s commanding general, said the twin offensives in Mosul and Raqqa could deal an important blow to Islamic State recruiting.

    “It’s hard to convince new recruits that ISIS is a winning cause when they just lost their twin ‘capitals’ in both Iraq and Syria,” Townsend told reporters, according to the Reuters news agency.

    Townsend also predicted “a lot of hard fighting ahead” even if the Islamic State is driven from the two cities, the militants last major urban strongholds.....


    1. Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson, now singing the praises of the "Rat Doctrine"...

      What a hypocrite the "Draft Dodger" is.

  49. Pooper Loves Reality Winner


    2. Maybe one day Illusion Loser will get ganged raped by the muzz and lose her illusions.

      I hope it doesn't happen that way, though.

    3. That still didn't do it for me, Doug.

      We did not find results for:
      Check spelling or type a new query

    4. Somehow you got a period on the end.

      It works for me without the period

      ...but you can just type "Reality Winner" into Google Images and get to nearly the same place.

  50. June 7, 2017
    Portugal and Islam
    By Mike Konrad

    Portugal has the unenviable position of being the poorest nation in Western Europe. However, it has the enviable position of being the least Muslim nation in Western Europe. Money and benefits are certainly a factor, but not the only one.

    There are a good number of Portuguese in Hawaii.

    Interesting article.

    1. Historically a lot of Portagee Cowboys.




      If the weather were clear, we’d see the white head and broad shoulders of Mauna Kea rising over these gentle, verdant hills. Facing away from the volcano, the green slopes would end in a dark blue outline where the sky meets the Pacific Ocean.

      “I loved it up here,” Gary Rapozo says, looking misty-eyed through low-hanging drizzle as he points mauka, toward the volcano, and makai, toward the ocean. Today, I can see neither.

      “Thousands and thousands of acres all to myself. It was quiet. It was a good lifestyle.”

      Rapozo is 71, a quiet, burly man with Portuguese, Japanese, and native Hawaiian ancestry. He wears jeans and a black pullover sweatshirt that partially hides the leather knife sheath on his belt.

      He says, “The word I use to describe this area is ‘fresh’.”

      Beautiful photos

    3. I went out on a fishing boat in Hawaii of The Big Island once run by some Portuguese, back in the day.

      Seemed like really nice folks to me.

    4. The Parker Ranch, I recall that.

    5. I'd lit to see it be incorporated into our National Forest/Range Land system.

      Protect it forever.

      World Treasure.

  51. #LORDNAZIRUSO meets his fate in Cancun

    1. Sounds like a perfect whack job to me, crazeeeee....

  52. Put Comey In Jail

    Did the FBI have evidence of a breach larger than Snowden? A lawsuit says yes.
    by John Solomon and Sara A. Carter

    June 6, 2017

    A former U.S. intelligence contractor tells Circa he walked away with more than 600 million classified documents on 47 hard drives from the National Security Agency and the CIA, a haul potentially larger than Edward Snowden's now infamous breach.

    And now he is suing former FBI Director James Comey and other government figures, alleging the bureau has covered up evidence he provided them showing widespread spying on Americans that violated civil liberties.

    VIDEO: Watch |Sara Carter's interview with Dennis Montgomery

    The suit, filed late Monday night by Dennis Montgomery, was assigned to the same federal judge who has already ruled that some of the NSA's collection of data on Americans violates the U.S. Constitution’s Fourth Amendment, setting up an intriguing legal proceeding in the nation’s capital this summer.

    Montgomery says the evidence he gave to the FBI chronicle the warrantless collection of phone, financial and personal data and the unmasking of identities in spy data about millions of Americans....

    1. Like Deuce says, we never woulda won WW II

    2. Can't believe a word that comes out of Comey's mouth.

    3. That is Fake News you a spouting "Draft Dodger".

      You sung the praises of Mr Comey, last September.
      Modt honest man in DC, you continually regaled us with such bullshit.

      You have no core values, Robert "Draft Dodger" Peterson.
      You re, like the President's son, Eric, a thief , you steals with a pen, not a gun.

      But a thief, none the less.


    4. You sung the praises of Mr Comey, last September.
      Most honest man in DC, you continually regaled us with such bullshit.

    Prepare for a chorus of leftist sobbing and wailing.
    June 7, 2017 Humberto Fontova

    Prepare for a chorus of wailing from Castro’s (unregistered, hence lawbreaking) U.S. agent/lobbyists about President Trump “turning back the clock!” on Cuba relations.

    Brace for an outcry from Castro’s agents-of-influence accusing President Trump of “pandering to powerful Cuban-American right-wingers!”

    According to several recent reports President Trump will soon be “rolling back” some of Obama’s most pathetic, egregious (and probably illegal) capitulations to the Castro-Family- Crime- and-Terror-Sponsoring Syndicate (habitually mislabeled as “Cuba” by that family’s U.S.- based agents-of-influence.)

    From folks in-the-know, your humble servant has learned that the “rollback” will be mostly in tightening the travel rules which have become a pathetic joke under Obama and are pumping money into Castro regime coffers at a rate that rivals what the Soviets used to send their Caribbean satrapy.

    Along with the travel-tightening, the law which prohibits U.S. investors from investing with Cuban businesses owned outright by Castro’s military will also be enforced. Considering that virtually ALL businesses in the Castro fiefdom have a majority ownership by the Cuban military it will be interesting to see how this plays out.....

  54. Gotta prepare for a big day today....

    Wonderful having you around to chat with Doug.

    Ciao & Cheers


  55. No comment from the "Draft Dodger" on the Trump Organization's "Theft by Fraud", stealing $100,000 from St Judes Children Hospital.

    Guess the "Draft Dodger" does not want to call Steve Forbes a liar.


  56. Clapper speaks ...

    A former U.S. intelligence official said Wednesday the Watergate scandal that brought down a president “pales” in comparison with allegations that President Donald Trump's election campaign colluded with Russians.

    Watergate "PALES in comparison ....

    Emasculation of a President .... US politics in action.
    Sending an amateur to Washington, it only works in Hollywood.


  57. The Islamic State stages a raid in Iran.
    Just as they did in London.

    The Islamic State, attacking those that are a threat to their Caliphate.
    They have not attacked Israel, Saudi Arabia, or US.

    Why are there no calls, here at the EB, to exile Wahhabist Muslims from Iran?

  58. hilary was right it sometimes take village to raise a daughter cause some people like deadbeatdad dont do it dont even send hundred dollar

    1. chris ray new fbi director shoiuld arrest deadbeatdad for child abandon war crimes antisemitism being liar


  59. A raped girl is bad for the family: it shows that they can’t protect their women;
    that they have little social standing; and that they’re not respectable.

    It’s worse for the victim because once a woman, or a girl—or a boy—is known as the target of a rape she becomes so despised, so shamed, so worthless that she turns into public property.

    No one is raped only once.

    ― Louise Brown,
    The Dancing Girls of Lahore:
    Selling Love and Saving Dreams in Pakistan's Pleasure District

    1. yoiu abandon your own daughter deadbeatdad you bad for any family at all


    2. A raped girl is bad for the family: it shows that they can’t protect their women;
      that they have little social standing; and that they’re not respectable.

      You should have reported the rape of your daughter to the police, Robert.

      That you did not, caused Allen to suggest YOU were the rapist.

      Was Allen right?


    3. It seems more evident, daily, that Allen was correct, about YOU.


    4. Why is it you FAILED to protect YOUR daughter, Robrt "Draft Dodger" Peterson.
      Why is it you failed to report the crime to the police?

      Why is it you left Moscow after the rape occurred, was the village in an uproar about YOUR behaviors?

      Allen was right, wasn't he?