“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."

Friday, April 06, 2018

Rod Rosenstein needs to be fired now! Here is Why

Rod Rosenstein’s wife is Clinton attorney

Meet Lisa H. Barsoomian – The Wife of Who?

Lets learn a little about Mrs. Lisa H. Barsoomian’s background.

Lisa H Barsoomian a US Attorney that graduated from Georgetown Law,  she’s a protege of James Comey and Robert Muller.

Barsoomian with her boss R. Craig Lawrence represented Bill Clinton in 1998
  1. Robert Muller three times
  2. Kathleen Sebelius 56 times
  3. Bill Clinton 40 times and
  4. Hillary Clinton 17 times

Between 1998 and 2017 Barsoomian herself represented the FBI at least five times You may be saying to yourself, okay who cares, who cares about the work history of this Barsoomian woman?

Apparently someone does BECAUSE :  Someone out there cares so much that they’ve “purged” all Barsoomian court documents for her Clinton representation in Hamburg vs. Clinton in 1998 and its appeal in 1999 from the DC District and Appeals court dockets (?)

Someone out there cares so much that the internet has been “purged” of all information pertaining to Barsoomian.

Historically, this indicates that the individual is a protected CIA operative. Additionally Lisa Barsoomian has specialized in opposing Freedom of Information Act requests on behalf of the intelligence community and although Barsoomian has been involved in hundreds of cases representing the DC Office of the US Attorney her email address is Lisa Barsoomian at NIH gov. The NIH stands for National Institutes of Health.

This is a tactic routinely used by the CIA to protect an operative by using another government organization to shield their activities. It’s a cover, so big deal right, I mean what does one more attorney with ties to the US intelligence community really matter.

It deals with Trump and his recent tariffs on Chinese steel and aluminum imports, the border wall, DACA, everything coming out of California, the Uniparty unrelenting opposition to President Trump, the Clapper leaks, the Comey leaks, Attorney General Jeff Sessions recusal and subsequent 14 month nap with occasional forays into the marijuana legalization mix……. and last but not least Muller’s never-ending investigation into collusion between the Trump team and the Russians

Why does Barsoomian, CIA operative, merit any mention? She is Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s WIFE

Patriots for Truth



  1. ...and Trump is the one being investigated?

  2. It really really really really stinks.

    1. In fact the whole thing is a FARCE.

    2. I think The Quirkster must be running the investigation from behind the scenes out of Ye Olde Mafia
      Barber Shoppe
      our in Detroit, Michigan.

      That's the only way to make any sense out of it.

  3. Who can't relate ?

    Man raised by wolves for 12 years 'disappointed with human life'....DRUDGE

    Man who was raised by wolves in a cave admits he's disappointed with human life
    Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja was dubbed the "Mowgli" of Spain when he was found with the animals

    Much more peaceful and honest than Washington D.C.

    1. At least one knows who one's friends are.

    2. Man who was raised by wolves in a cave admits he's disappointed with human life
      Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja was dubbed the "Mowgli" of Spain when he was found with the animals

      ByAnna Verdon
      14:50, 6 APR 2018UPDATED16:39, 6 APR 2018


      A man who was raised by wolves in a cave for 12 years has admitted that he feels disappointed with human life.

      Marcos Rodríguez Pantoja was dubbed the Mowgli of Spain when he was found by authorities.

      But the former wolf boy says he struggles with the coldness of the human world and wishes he could go back to living with the animals.

      He told the BBC: "I didn't know where to go - I just wanted to escape to the mountains."

      Rodríguez was 19 when he was discovered living in Spain's Sierra Morena mountain range.

      He had been living among wolves for 12 years and was found running around barefoot and half-naked - only using grunts for communication.

      He says he has found it hard integrating into human life (Image:

      But the now 72-year-old lives in a small, cold house and said his last happy memories are of his childhood with the animals, El Pais reports.

      Rodríguez found himself living with the wolves when he was left without parents.

      His mother passed away when he was three and his dad went to live with another woman.

      They took him to the mountains to replace a goatherd who looked after 300 animals - but while he was taught how to make a fire and utensils, the man disappeared or died leaving seven-year-old Rodríguez alone.

      Rodríguez could still climb a tree (Image:

      The mountain's animals were his only company and just like in the Jungle Book story, the wolf cubs accepted him as a brother.

      A she-wolf fed him and he slept in a cave alongside bats, snakes and deer.

      The wolves even taught him how to survive and which berries and mushrooms were safe to eat.

      He said: "One day I went into a cave and started to play with wolf cubs that lived here and fell asleep. Later, the mother brought food for them and I woke up," the BBC reports.

      "The wolf started to rip the meat apart. A cub got close to me and I tried to steal his food because I was hungry as well. The mother pawed at me. I backed off."

      But he says after feeding her pups she threw him a piece of meat....

      I think I could turn and live with animals,
      they are so placid and self-contain'd,
      I stand and look at them long and long.

      They do not sweat and whine about their condition,
      They do not lie awake in the dark and weep for their sins,
      They do not make me sick discussing their duty to God,
      Not one is dissatisfied, not one is demented with the mania of owning things,
      Not one kneels to another, nor to his kind that lived thousands of years ago,
      Not one is respectable or unhappy over the whole earth.

      Walt Whitman


  4. .

    Mueller is is conducting the current investigation pretty well with a staff of Democrat hack lawyers.

    Why can't Rosenstein conduct his business pretty well with a Democrat hack lawyer wife?



    1. .

      What FBI/DOJ Corruption?



    2. .

      Mueller's a Republican.


    3. .

      Well, at least, you got that last thing right, Dougissa.

      Progress. Slow, very slow, but still progress.


  5. Replies
    1. What were you expecting, a hard nosed greeting of the caravan with bayonets fixed?

    2. Detroit could use some National Guard troops too, to restore order.

      They'd have to fight their way in, things are so bad.

      Resistance would be fierce.

    3. Quirk on many occasions has described his home town as a war zone - "I live just on the edge of the war zone, Bob" - I've offered him refuge out here in Sanity County, Idaho.


    4. April 6, 2018
      Trump Derangement Syndrome leads to police charges against city council member
      By Thomas Lifson

      A mental health crisis grips tens of millions of Americans, causing untold anguish to their friends and families, and costing the victims dearly in terms of emotional turmoil and self-destructive behavior they undertake in the grip of this vicious mass hysteria: Trump Derangement Syndrome (TDS). The latest example comes from the affluent City of West University Place, Texas, a bedroom suburb of Houston with a population of just under 15,000 people, 90%-plus of them white. Channel 2 in Houston reports:......

    5. Poor Quirk, he's in the grip of Trump Derangement Syndrome and Urban Ennui.


      It's a toughy, but I think Wayne and I could slowly bring him round if he'd let us give him a go.

      One needs to want to get better though, and we're not certain he's there yet.

      He may wish to just continue his drinking and whoring.

    6. If he keeps it up as he has been doing, he'll end up with great buttock muscles, but, alas, no functioning brain.

    7. At that point the phrase 'what a dumb fucker' will be only apt.

    8. Oh my, you're a fan of Quirk!

    9. I dearly love the confused old coot.

    10. 🤔 hmm...thats good.
      He is likable.
      Wrongheaded as he is.

    11. .

      What were you expecting, a hard nosed greeting of the caravan with bayonets fixed?

      Actually, I didn't and don't expect much from them. That's the point.

      What will they be doing? Handing out forms? Filling in for the secretaries and clerks while they take their breaks? Standing side by side along the border forming the only wall Trump is likely to get?

      Maybe I'm missing something but it simply seems like a phony, expensive bit of theater, Trump doing something, anything to show the base he is in charge and moving ahead. Add to that the fact that many if not most of these guys will be armed but never trained in crowd control and you have the potential for something to go wrong. I don't see it as an effective way for these guys to be spending their weekends.

      I think a more effective action is the one he is reportedly getting ready to do now, ordering the end of catch and release.

      This is simply my first opinion having just read a headline on it. I'm assuming he can do it legally. Also, I haven't seen numbers yet on what it will cost or if there is confinement facilities to handle the people he holds. In the absence of acceptable containment facilities, I can see the courts quickly getting involved.

      Tell me where I'm wrong.


    12. .

      Crowd control was probably the wrong choice of words. What I meant was police work rather than military.


    13. You are correct in that he is playing to his base.

      It's all the fault of the Democrats, weakening the military all those years and begging for immigrants who will eventually vote for the Democrats.

    14. I heard that the Resident of the White House wants a military presence on the border until the wall is completed.
      Yes, situations can get ugly at anytime. Especially if outside influences agitate for propaganda purposes. Something like the protest of the 'palistinian' (hamas) people against Israel.
      Watch for busloads of "refugees" entering the theatre and stirring up trouble.

    15. Policing the border is a good description of the tour the soldiers will be assigned to.

      "Wrongheaded" may have been a little over the top.

    16. Should have said wrongheaded at times.

  6. .

    First Steps

    DOJ to allow entire House Intelligence Committee to see the FISA application for Carter Page surveillance

    While the info will still be classified and viewed selectively, it will hopefully be the first step towards eventually getting the document released to the public, the only way to eliminate the 'he said/she said' and the speculating.




  7. George Washington would have packed an AR-15 if they were available back in the day.

    1. George Washington Would Have Owned an AR-15
      Daniel John Sobieski
      The Second Amendment did not come with an asterisk, nor is any of our rights enshrined in the Constitution in any way dependent on technology. More

    2. If our rights were limited by previous technology, this blog might become illegal, and we would be writing letters with feathers and ink, exchanged by horseback, and talk radio would be non existent.

  8. MORON !

    REPORT: Trump begins informal prep for potential interview....DRUDGE

    He's winning right now.

    He's going to blow it due to his pride.

    We are watching the unfolding of a tragedy of the old authentic type, the hero laid low by his own character flaw.

    1. He's not listening to his lawyers, is becoming his own lawyer, and has a damn fool for a client.

    2. Why Can’t Trump Find Legal Help ?

      Punchline: Cause he's already got a lawyer - himself.


      When shall we three meet again?
      In thunder, lightning, or in rain?
      When should the three of us meet again? Will it be in thunder, lightning, or rain?

      When the hurly-burly’s done,
      When the battle’s lost and won.
      We’ll meet when the noise of the battle is over, when one side has won and the other side has lost.

      That will be ere the set of sun.
      That will happen before sunset.

      Where the place?
      Where should we meet?

      Upon the heath.
      Let’s do it in the open field.

      There to meet with Macbeth.
      We’ll meet Macbeth there.
      The WITCHES hear the calls of their spirit friends or “familiars,” which look like animals—one is a cat and one is a toad.

      I come, Graymalkin!
      (calling to her cat) I’m coming, Graymalkin!

      Paddock calls.
      My toad, Paddock, calls me.

      (to her spirit) I’ll be right here!

      Fair is foul, and foul is fair
      Hover through the fog and filthy air.
      Fair is foul, and foul is fair. Let’s fly away through the fog and filthy air.

    4. .

      He can be compelled to testify, that or claim the 5th, if not in front of Mueller in front of the grand jury.

      It only makes sense to prepare as best you can. That is if you want to avoid any political issues arising from claiming the 5th.


    5. He could insist on answering questions in writing, and if Mueller doesn't accept that he could fire the son of a bitch.

    6. The whole thing pisses me off. It's Hillary that should be answering questions on pain of perjury.

  9. Maybe they'll have better luck this time -

    S.C. Republicans Introduce Bill To Consider Secession Over Gun Rights
    The bill, which was referred to the state House Judiciary Committee on Thursday, would allow South Carolina lawmakers to debate whether to secede from the United States if the federal government were to violate the Second Amendment.

    It states that “the general assembly shall convene to consider whether to secede from the United States based upon the federal government’s unconstitutional violation of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution if the federal government confiscates legally purchased firearms in this state.”

    Montana has a clause in their agreement to joining the Union that basically says 'fuck with our guns and we're outta here'.


    1. And Quirk always calls sodbusters and cowpokes dummies......

    2. .

      And Quirk always calls sodbusters and cowpokes dummies......

      Only partially true. I do call sodbusters dummies but I call guys who poke cows something else.



  10. The Belgian Islamic party Partij Islam is set to run candidates in 28 municipalities in the upcoming Belgian municipal elections, and have declared their intention to create an Islamic State in which women and men have to ride in separate buses.
    The Partij Islam is likely hoping to do well in highly Muslim-populated areas like Molenbeek and Anderlecht where the party already has some representation, HLN reports.

    Anderlecht municipal councillor Redouane Ahrouch, the treasurer of the party, told Belgian media: “Our goal is a one hundred percent Islamic state.”

  11. The Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate (also known as the EMK Institute) is a specialty museum and non-profit educational institution on Columbia Point in the Dorchester neighborhood of Boston, Massachusetts, next to the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum on the University of Massachusetts Boston campus. Named for U.S. Senator Edward M. "Ted" Kennedy, the Institute contains a full-scale reproduction of the United States Senate Chamber, a replica of Senator Kennedy’s Washington, D.C. office, and digital exhibits designed by ESI Design.

    I trust they will soon be taking down his name.

  12. It's been almost 50 years since Luzerne County Native Mary Jo Kopechne was killed when then-Senator Ted Kennedy drove off a bridge in Chappaquiddick, Massachusetts.

    A new movie about the crash called "Chappaquiddick" is coming out this Friday.

    Newswatch 16's Carolyn Blackburne sat down with Kopechne's family who still lives in the area. She shares their story.

    There are some things in life, that no matter how much time passes will never fit into place.

    Georgetta Potoski said the death of her first cousin Mary Jo Kopechne is one of them.

    "We were all still so stunned when someone that young dies. But we were all still very much in the mind that, well, he'll tell us what happened," Potoski said.

    Kopechne was a passenger in the car in 1969 with then-Senator Ted Kennedy behind the wheel. He veered off a narrow bridge in Chappaquiddick, Massachusetts, killing the Forty Fort native.

    Kopechne was a speechwriter for Robert Kennedy before his assassination. She was meeting with Ted and others to mourn Robert's passing in Chappaquiddick when she too, passed away.

    At the time, Mary Jo's family said everyone thought it was a horrible accident.

    It was later revealed, Kennedy called police ten hours after the crash. All the while, Kopechne was still alive, breathing in a small air pocket in the car.

    When Mary Jo's parents, Gwen and Joe Kopechne found that out, Potoski said they were absolutely devastated.

    1. "She could've lived for three hours in the back of that car and my Uncle Joe went crazy. He had to go through the whole grieving process all over because if she had died instantly, at least she died instantly. She didn't have to suffer. But can you imagine being locked in that car for three hours?" Potoski said.

      The movie is touted as the untold story.

      Newswatch 16 went to Jim Thorpe to meet Potoski's son William Nelson.

      He said Mary Jo's true character hasn't been featured in any national stories until now.

      "For 49 years whenever you mentioned Chappaquiddick it was always about Ted Kennedy and the focus has now shifted towards Mary Jo and rightfully so. She's the one that lost her life that night," Nelson said.

      "I'm very glad they did the movie. I think these men are men of integrity. I think that the people who portrayed the main characters in the movie did a great job," Potoski said.

      Before Chappaquiddick hit the big screen, there was a private showing for Mary Jo's family here at Movies 14 in Wilkes-Barre.

      "We thought, oh this is wonderful. This gives us something to share with our family in a private time," Potoski said.

      Potoski and Nelson made sure the movie accurately represented the woman who they loved so much by sending producers a book they wrote titled, "Our Mary Jo". It even made some scenes for the family especially hard to watch.

      "There's a tough scene when she's in the car and she's doing the act of contrition and she's praying and that goes back to her upbringing," Nelson said.

      Kennedy did attend the funeral in Luzerne County but was never prosecuted for anything in relation to Kopechne's death.

  13. Just as a reminder, of the immigration policies that Kennedy put into effect:

    The 1965 revamp of the entire immigration system. It ended 40 years of low immigration, got rid of solid numerical caps and opened up chain migration into every overpopulated country in the world, exploding annual immigration numbers.

    Massive expansion of the refugee programs in the late 1970s, opening up massive loopholes and encouraging a domestic resettlement industry that became a major lobby for more and more overall immigration.

    The 1986 blanket amnesty. Within a decade, he would be using the inability to enforce the 1986 rules as an excuse for why we needed more green cards and more amnesties.

    The 1990 immigration act, which increased overall immigration by another 35%. The first Pres. Bush was Kennedy's co-partner, just as the second Pres. Bush was Kennedy's eager co-partner in trying to force through another blanket amnesty 2001-2008.

    The 1990 act also established the lottery whereby we randomly give away 50,000 green cards a year to people in countries picked because they have the least ties and cultural association with the United States, and which disproportionately are terrorist-sponsoring countries. This was something of a compromise for Kennedy who was able to ensure that during the first few years, much of the lottery winners would be illegal aliens from Ireland -- his own ethnic group.

    The H-1B visas which have enabled corporations to keep hundreds of thousands of American kids from getting a foothold in the high tech industry.

    The total defeat of liberal civil rights champion Barbara Jordan's blue-ribbon commission recommendations to reduce overall immigration and eliminate chain migration and the lottery in 1996.

    Six mini-amnesties that passed in the 1990s, primarily aimed at specific nationalities.

  14. If he had been charged, found guilty and sentenced for manslaughter, we would have escaped cultural enrichment and the "strength of our diversity".

  15. Kennedy did more than his share to wreck cohesion and to Balkanize The USA.

  16. GERMANY VAN HORROR: Lorry ploughs into 30 people in Munster - fatalities reported

    A VAN rammed into crowds of pedestrians in the western German city of Munster killing at least two people and leaving dozens injured. The driver is believed to have killed himself in the seconds after the incident which police officials have suggested could have been a terror attack.

  17. Imported black gangs in London have despoiled what was once a great city.

  18. It pisses me off. Every last lawyer out there tells Trump not to do a sit down with Mueller and the proud fool looks to be getting ready to do it.

    It's as hard to talk good sense to Trump as it is to Quirk.

    Quirk is famous for being his own lawyer and getting in trouble for it.

    Quirk and The Donald - two proud nitwits.