“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."
Don't ever give up your guns.ReplyDelete
They are necessary for the preservation of a free state.ReplyDelete
See: 2nd Amendment, US Constitution
To hell with King George 3rd.
Our wonderful National Rifle Association even has programs to teach people how to safely keep and use guns.ReplyDelete
Yes, Ladies, you are more than welcome too. The 2nd Amendment isn't a male deal, it is for Everyone USA.
That even means you, too, Quirk.....gasp !
The 2nd Amendment protects the 1st Amendment.ReplyDelete
President Donald Trump appeared to confirm that his summit with Kim Jong Un was back on, three days after he abruptly called off the historic meeting in a sharply worded letter to the North Korean leader.ReplyDelete
“Our United States team has arrived in North Korea to make arrangements for the Summit between Kim Jong Un and myself,” Trump said in tweet on Sunday afternoon, making no reference to his recent decision to pull out of the meeting.
“A U.S. delegation is in ongoing talks with North Korean officials at Panmunjom,” State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert said in a statement, referring to the truce village in the demilitarized zone between the Koreas. “We continue to prepare for a meeting between the president and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.”
Nauert provided no further details. The Washington Post reported that Sung Kim, a former U.S. ambassador to South Korea, is leading the delegation and met Sunday with North Korea’s vice foreign minister, Choe Son Hui.
Seven Concealed Carry Essentials For Every ManReplyDelete
Posted at 6:00 pm on May 10, 2018 by Tom Knighton
If you’re going to carry a concealed firearm, there are certain things you really must have. Recently, I was asked to mention what I considered the essentials for a man going about town with a concealed firearm. I’m going to assume you already have a gun, of course, but if not then the discussion of what to look for is a whole other topic for another post.
Ladies, don’t worry. There will be a version coming up specifically tailored to your needs. While many of this will translate over for either sex, I’m not about to tell women how to carry concealed. There are unique challenges there that I don’t understand at this time.
But for the guys? I understand that better, what with being a man and all. So, without further ado, here are my concealed carry essentials presented in no particular order.....
Britain moves from Orwell to Kafka, imprisoning Tommy Robinson and gagging media reports - 5/28/18ReplyDelete
Is Britain lost to the ranks of free nations? More
Read, weep, decide for yourself....
I find it hard to believe the coppers think they can gag a free press.Delete
What the hell is going on in Britain ?
And in its courts.Delete
Is Britain lost to the ranks of free nations? The land that bequeathed the world the Magna Carta and the "mother of parliaments" is indulging in totalitarianism with its handling of Tommy Robinson, a famous political activist agitating about the threat of radical Islam and attempting to report on the trial of a Muslim "grooming gang" that allegedly preyed on young English girls, forcing them into prostitution. I wrote about the fragmentary reports of his arrest in Leeds two days ago for the alleged crimes of "breach of the peace and incitement."Delete
A fizzy lemon-flavored alcoholic drink that went on sale in Japan on Monday marked Coca-Cola Co.’s KO 0.19% first fling at selling alcohol in its 132-year history.ReplyDelete
At a sampling event in Fukuoka on Saturday, hundreds of people lined up for a taste, including some who didn’t expect to find the U.S. company experimenting with Japanese-style booze.
Keiko Urabe, 42, and her husband, Shinji, also 42, said they like chuhai drinks at their local pub paired with grilled meat, and on occasion buy cans to drink at home.
Ms. Urabe said she prefers Coca-Cola’s version to her local pub’s.
“The lemon is a bit more diluted at these places. This one is nicer.”
Excellent video, Deuce.ReplyDelete
Tommy has gotten the old "D" treatment.....he's been disappeared....have they put him in a cell with a bunch of muzzies ?
At this time Poland is the best country in Europe.....they are asking for a full USA military base to be built in Poland too.....let the digging begin.....
Poland offers $2 billion for US boots on the ground - 5/28/18Delete
A "tripwire" force to make Putin think twice about attacking. More
We also desperately need a crash program to protect our electrical grid form EMP, natural or manmade.
Doesn't take all that much money to do it. Trump, bless him, has the best of the best looking into the matter as I type.
O'bozo, of course, punted on the matter of EMP.Delete
We could easily lose 90% of our population.....
Check it out, if you've the nerve.....truly scary.
The Rules for a Long and Happy LifeReplyDelete
Robert A. Hall
They're not hard to figure out. They are hard to implement. More
These are the rules Quirk has followed assiduously from the day of his birth (with a little help from his many girlfriends).
If Quirk can do it so can you.
(quirk once told me on the q t that he makes his bed first thing upon awaking in the morning)Delete
Let us repeat that, should the Arab world prove victorious, this includes the non-Arab Persians of Iran, in what is developing into a world war despite the refusal of so many who laughingly believe, just as the Europeans believed after the War to End All Wars (World War I) had brought warfare to an end because war had become too calamitous and caused far too much destruction to ever be used to solve international differences or actual severe antagonisms, World War III would follow. They were wrong and those today who believe that another all-out world war has been ruled out due to the arrival of an ultimate weapon, the atomic bomb and now the Hydrogen Thermonuclear Warhead and the EMP devices, are wrong.ReplyDelete
The entirety of the existence of a Palestinian Arab population actually was manufactured in 1964 with the launch of the PLO (Palestinian Liberation Organization). The initial PLO charter stated that they desired no claim to the Shomron (West Bank) as this area belonged to Jordan.
Their target was to liberate the remaining Arab Palestinian lands which included only the lands which were Israel. After the Arab loss in the Six Day War where Israel liberated Gaza from Egypt and the Shomron from Jordan, the PLO altered their claim to now form a Palestinian Arab state in the areas Israel liberated.
What If the Biggest Solar Storm on Record Happened Today?ReplyDelete
Mar 4, 2011 ... If this solar cycle produces a flare like the 1859 Carrington Event, we may face trillions in ... "Imagine what the consequences might be.".
If the Solar storm of 1859 (Carrington Event) were to happen today ...
A number of well-intentioned answers below (and for similar questions) miss the point about the effects of a Carrington Event, massive solar discharge, and/or ...
Solar storm of 1859 - Wikipedia
The solar storm of 1859 was a powerful geomagnetic solar storm during solar cycle 10 ... A solar storm of this magnitude occurring today would cause widespread ... 29 that "cleared the way" of ambient solar wind plasma for the Carrington event. ... Worldwide reports on the effects of the geomagnetic storm of 1859 were ...
A Super Solar Flare | Science Mission Directorate
May 6, 2008 ... He became aware of the effects of solar geomagnetic storms on ... "In the 160- year record of geomagnetic storms, the Carrington event is the ...
A massive solar storm could wipe out almost all of ... - Business Insider
Sep 6, 2016 ... A modern Carrington Event-level solar storm has the potential to devastate ... If it happened today, it would jeopardize global telecommunications, knock ... for tomorrow's newspaper to come out to learn details of the aftermath.
Living out on the farm, my ancestors had no electricity at all. And they made it. Prospered even, given the averages of the times.Delete
In fact the place still isn't powered up, though the electrical lines come now within half a mile. Which wouldn't matter at all, the electricity being down for god only knows how long....
Water would be no problem. There are three or four seeps around.
Food ? A bigger problem but perhaps survivable.
With a little planning, which of course I have not done, food would be possible.
Need some horses, mules, cows, chickens, to live luxuriously, and hardscrabble farm.
Need some farmhands.....thinking of Quirk and one or two of his cousins for this....
This actually is an act of mercy, given what Quirk & Cousins would be facing in Detroit....
State of Emergency has been declared in some state of other - California, Colorado ? - as stores are running out of pot.ReplyDelete
This is serious.
Let them get high and deal with EMP as they will.....
The physical and social fabric of the United States is sustained by a system of systems;ReplyDelete
a complex and dynamic network of interlocking and interdependent infrastructures
(“critical national infrastructures”) whose harmonious functioning enables the myriad
actions, transactions, and information flow that undergird the orderly conduct of civil
society in this country. The vulnerability of these infrastructures to threats — deliberate,
accidental, and acts of nature — is the focus of greatly heightened concern in the current
era, a process accelerated by the events of 9/11 and recent hurricanes, including Katrina
The electromagnetic pulse generated by a high altitude nuclear explosion is one of a
small number of threats that can hold our society at risk of catastrophic consequences.
The increasingly pervasive use of electronics of all forms represents the greatest source
of vulnerability to attack by EMP.
The time required for full recovery of service would depend on both the disruption and
damage to the electrical power infrastructure and to other national infrastructures. Larger
affected areas and stronger EMP field strengths will prolong the time to recover.
Thankfully, there is a rather easy fix.Delete
Harden the transformers, first of all.
Build extra transformers.
We don't build them here any longer...S. korea, and some other place.
But, we could easily do so.
Are we wise enough to take precautions ?
If we are not we don't deserve to hang around in such numbers as we currently are doing.
It is not rocket science.
The grocery stores are estimated to be out of food in much less than a month.
No gas for you car. Even if there is gas you electricity to pump it out of the tanks and into your guzzler.
Get used to eating raw food, until you starve.
Happy Exit !!
The Christians will return to Christ.Delete
The bobfolk will return to the farm.
The muzz will stick with criminal gang life.
The QuirkFolk will head west....
Around the clock warfare in the cities....
Le Spiderman? Hero Saves Toddler Hanging From Paris BalconyReplyDelete
VIDEO: Watch Rescue
ED MORRISSEYPosted at 11:01 am on May 28, 2018
All the immigrants aren't bad.
Some are wonderful, SuperMen -
A Malian immigrant may have a new job with the Paris fire department, and an official new nationality. Parisians have already taken Mamoudou Gassama to their hearts after his brave, reckless rescue of a toddler hanging off a balcony in the 18th Arrondissement. Instead of waiting for help to arrive, Gassama instead climbed up four stories on balconies to recover the child, who gamely held while two different men attempted his rescue:....
Macron is offering him.....
Others are more focused on thanking Gassama. French president Emmanuel Macron invited him to meet at the palace, where Macron pledged to normalize his immigration status and urged him to apply for citizenship. He also did a little recruiting for the Paris FD:....
Fellow deserves it.
With a handful of knowledgeable, 80-year-old Cold Warriors on one side, and many thousands of misinformed, powerful people on the other, is it any wonder that nothing has been done? And guess what Congress just did?ReplyDelete
It disbanded the original EMP Commission, and directed establishment of a new one.
President Trump must issue an executive order directing the government to implement the EMP Commission’s long-standing recommendations on EMP defense. Failure would invite an attack.
The Donald has hired the most knowledgeable guy around to start to take the bull by the horns, so I heard on Fox yesterday. Can't recall the name.Delete
He should issue the Executive Order and I think the odds are he will.
Author-Nuclear Expert: Trump Policy on Preventing EMP Attack 'Night ...Delete
Apr 23, 2018 ... Dr. Peter Pry praised the Trump administration for placing more emphasis on preventing an attack on the U.S. electrical grid.
Dr. Peter Pry praised the Trump administration for placing more emphasis on preventing an attack on the U.S. electrical grid, telling Mark Levin that the policy is "night and day" from the Obama administration.Delete
Pry, executive director of the U.S. Nuclear Strategy Forum and author of "Blackout Wars," joined "Life, Liberty & Levin" Sunday to discuss the threat of an attack on the U.S. electrical grid by a hostile adversary.
He said the U.S. would be in "huge trouble" in the event of a nuclear electromagnetic pulse (EMP) attack, which would cause massive blackouts and threaten key infrastructure.
Peter Pry is the guy I was listening to on Levin on Fox News on Sunday.
You can watch the video of the program at the above site....Delete
Wear Depends....it's scary....Delete
Sweden distributes ‘be prepared for war’ leaflet to all 4.8 million homesReplyDelete
By Pamela Geller - on May 28, 2018
This is the Guardian, and possibly Sweden itself, in denial: “The publication comes as the debate on security – and the possibility of joining Nato – has intensified in Sweden in the wake of Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and recent incursions into Swedish airspace and territorial waters by Russian planes and submarines.” The Swedes face no serious threat of war from Russia. The real threat of war they face is from within, from the massive number of Muslim migrants they have admitted. And everyone in Sweden knows that is why they distributed this leaflet. They know what they’ve done to their country, and what is coming.
“Sweden distributes ‘be prepared for war’ leaflet to all 4.8m homes,” by Jon Henley, Guardian, May 21, 2018:
The Swedish government has begun sending all 4.8m of the country’s households a public information leaflet telling the population, for the first time in more than half a century, what to do in the event of a war.
Om krisen eller kriget kommer (If crisis or war comes) explains how people can secure basic needs such as food, water and heat, what warning signals mean, where to find bomb shelters and how to contribute to Sweden’s “total defence”.
The 20-page pamphlet, illustrated with pictures of sirens, warplanes and families fleeing their homes, also prepares the population for dangers such as cyber and terror attacks and climate change, and includes a page on identifying fake news.
“Although Sweden is safer than many other countries, there are still threats to our security and independence,” the brochure says. “If you are prepared, you are contributing to improving the ability of the country to cope with a major strain.”
Similar leaflets were first distributed in neutral Sweden in 1943, at the height of the second world war. Updates were issued regularly to the general public until 1961, and then to local and national government officials until 1991.
“Society is vulnerable, so we need to prepare ourselves as individuals,” said Dan Eliasson of the Swedish civil contingencies agency, which is in charge of the project. “There’s also an information deficit in terms of concrete advice, which we aim to provide.”
The publication comes as the debate on security – and the possibility of joining Nato – has intensified in Sweden in the wake of Russia’s annexation of Crimea in 2014 and recent incursions into Swedish airspace and territorial waters by Russian planes and submarines.
The country has begun reversing military spending cuts and last year staged its biggest military exercises in nearly a quarter of a century, as well as voting to reintroduce conscription and unveiling joint plans with Denmark to counter Russian cyber-attacks and disinformation….
Bad day for the unions coming up in the US Supreme Court soon.ReplyDelete
Also soon, good day for the cake bakers.
Saying nothing... sometimes says the most.ReplyDelete
Dogs are better than human beings because they know but do not tell.Delete
A wounded deer leaps the highest.Delete
Unable are the loved to die, for love is immortality.
Hope is the thing with feathers that perches in the soul - and sings the tunes without the words - and never stops at all.
Poetry is a tick, a quirk, a quick ticking quirk in the noodle, a mistake, miserable, and then it's gone, thankfully.Delete
A young woman came to my door, and explained she was writing her thesis on my speculated lesbian lover whom it was said I kept in my secluded compound closet. I let her in I never let her out.Delete
Three dead as gunman 'shouting 'Allahu Akbar' launches cafe attack in Belgium....DRUDGEReplyDelete
Hardly makes front page news any longer.
The Three Stooges of SpyGateReplyDelete
May 29, 2018, 12:05 am
Brennan, Comey, and Clapper have been caught in a big fat wringer.
Bret Baier, in his April interview with Jim Comey on Fox News, asked him if he had seen John Brennan and Jim Clapper together since his firing. “No, no,” Comey replied at first, then said, “Actually, I had dinner with the two of them together with our spouses.” Baier asked him if they discussed “Trump cases” on the triple date. “No, we did not,” he answered.
Add that to Comey’s voluminous record of whoppers. The idea that the three stooges of Spygate, whose red-hot antipathy for Trump is nothing if not all-consuming, went out to dinner without discussing the investigation of him strains all credulity. No doubt one of their anxieties at the dinner was: When will the American public find out about the spy we sent to infiltrate the Trump campaign’s ranks?
Beneath all of their flailing attacks on Congressman Devin Nunes lay the fear that his oversight would kick loose scandalous nuggets buried within their probe: a FISA warrant cribbed from Hillary’s campaign smears, national security letters based on insanely thin justifications, an embarrassing reliance on sketchy foreign intelligence (which consisted largely of Russian disinformation and re-circulated nonsense from Hillary’s hired gun, Christopher Steele), and an infiltration plot involving a swampy old CIA asset.
The three stooges have yet to utter the name of Stefan Halper, the spy at the center of the Obama administration’s farcical plot. Rubbing his bald pate as usual, Clapper claimed total ignorance of Halper. He apparently was at the children’s table at Brennan’s interagency gatherings. “I didn’t know about this informant,” Clapper said.
Of course, his I-know-nothing routine didn’t stop him from serving as an authority on the knowledge levels of others: “No one in the White House knew. Certainly the president didn’t know.” But amidst all this defensiveness, Clapper worked up a sweat defending the spying as a “good thing,” which raises the obvious question: If it was all so normal and praiseworthy, why not tell Obama?
Just as Clapper’s denial of FISA warrants on the Trump campaign disintegrated, so too will that one. Sooner or later it will come out that Obama knew damn well that the Trump campaign was under surveillance and signed off on it. How could he not have? After all, we’ve been told repeatedly that spying on the Trump campaign was a national security matter of unspeakable gravity. How could such a matter be withheld from the person most responsible for national security?
So what did Obama know and when did he know it? Brennan could give the precise date; he was personally briefing Obama on “Russian interference,” Brennan’s euphemism for his paranoid hunch that Putin’s agents had recruited Trump campaign officials. All the hush-hush dynamics around Brennan’s “taskforce” make no sense if he and White House officials were just sitting around discussing Facebook ads. No, what made it an “exceptionally, exceptionally sensitive issue,” in Brennan’s words, was that they were spying on an opposing party’s presidential campaign.
The doublespeak around this spying has been comically pitiful. We’re told by the three stooges and their media propagandists that Halper — who tried to get a position in the campaign, spent over a year shadowing Carter Page, and tried to entrap George Papadopoulos — “wasn’t spying.” Halper was just “observing,” “assisting an FBI investigation” (as the Washington Post desperately put it), or, in the words of John Brennan, seeking “insight.”
George Orwell would have laughed at that one. “Political language,” Orwell said, “is designed to make lies sound truthful and murder respectable, and to give an appearance of solidity to pure wind.” .....
There was no hanky panky during Obama's terms of office.
Hillary is nothing if not discreet.
Hey Quirk, I guess I should tell ya, I had my guys and gals spying on your campaign for President.Delete
It was for your own good, of course.
My agent provocateurs got your ass run out of Hamtramck, Michigan, ending your campaign, for instance, among other 'favors'.
It was all done for your own benefit, and to save you, and others, money, time, effort.
Politics is tough these days and if you don't have people like myself and my team on your side, you're sunk. And fucked, too.
I hire the best. Slapper, Crapper, Clapper, Homey, Comey, Creamer, Dreamer, Brennan Brannan, Bronnon and Buck, among others.
Lots of fems too, some fatals. Creatures of the lurid warm sweaty August nights.....
The Donald has hired the most knowledgeable guy around to start to take the bull by the horns, so I heard on Fox yesterday. Can't recall the name.
Knowing Trump and his penchant for TV, he probably hired Mr. Science.
An honest politician in Virginia drops out of race, admitting he's a drunk, and needs to get sober.ReplyDelete
I'd vote for him.
FREE TOMMY !!!!ReplyDelete
Tommy Robinson jailed for 13 months after breaking contempt of court laws...
Mass Protests Worldwide....DRUDGE
Free speech advocates and supporters of Robinson's movement from Melbourne to Berlin came out by the thousands to protest the Friday arrest outside of Leeds Crown Court while Robinson was reporting on a pedophile grooming trial via Facebook livestream. Within six hours of his detention, Robinson was slapped with a 13 month prison term for violating a prior suspended sentence for a similar offense.Delete
“A big police van with about seven police officers pulled up and arrested [Robinson] and told him to stop live streaming,” Robinson’s producer told RT (before their article (archived) was scrubbed from the internet). “They said it was incitement and a breach of the peace.
“No peace has been breached – there were two other people there and he’s been perfectly quiet talking into his phone. [The police] said nothing about the court proceedings. It’s very strange.”
I can report from my sources that Quirk is right at this moment over the mid-Atlantic in his Q's Super Skimmer, crossing the Pond, scheduled to land in Hyde Park, and, after giving a ripping speech at Speaker's Corner, Quirk intends to led a march on the Commons, then Buckingham Palace, and finally The Tower itself, where he will personally set Tommy free.Delete
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All joking aside, it's a big deal -ReplyDelete
Saving Tommy Robinson (and English civilization) - 5/29/18
The British media are under a gag order, but pressure from overseas – and a legal defense fund from overseas – may be able to save him. More
Trump prepares more sterile, unwholesome fodder for his sheep
Trump accuses Mueller team of 'meddling' in midterm elections
“The 13 Angry Democrats (plus people who worked 8 years for Obama) working on the rigged Russia Witch Hunt, will be MEDDLING with the mid-term elections, especially now that Republicans (stay tough!) are taking the lead in Polls. There was no Collusion, except by the Democrats.
President offers no proof for allegation about special counsel investigators and says Democrats are guilty of ‘collusion’. What's new? The game plan is established. The script written. The Kool-Aid drunk. Wash, rinse, repeat.
We can count on a steady stream of fake news and conspiracy theories out of our Liar-in-Chief between now and the mid-terms (at least). His closest advisers admit it...
On Sunday Trump’s attorney Rudy Giuliani admitted on CNN that Trump’s repeated claim there was a “spy” in his campaign were made “for public opinion … because eventually the decision here is going to be impeach or not impeach”.
Intelligence analysts and experts have rubbished the “spy” claims, saying that if an FBI informant spoke to Trump aides observed interacting with Russians, that was normal policy if a foreign power appeared to be seeking to influence an election.
“Members of Congress, Democrats and Republicans,” Giuliani said, nonetheless, “are going to be informed a lot by their constituents. And so our jury – and it should be – is the American people.”
All PR. But it doesn't matter. Trump's base is that stupid that they either don't see it or they just don't care.
Trump shouts 'MEDDLING' and his minions jump. Sarah Sanders provides the echo chamber; Nunes threatens investigations; Hannity, Gateway Pundit, and American Thinker pick up the story and expand it, Tom Fitton threatens lawsuits, no doubt the usual suspects here will say 'I knew it' and the Trumpies in a dull monotone will chant 'MEDDLING' over and over again.
What can you say when you have a base that is being played, are told by the administration that they are being played, and yet still drink another tumbler of Kool-Aid and in that same dull monotone says, 'Thank you, sir. May I have another?'
#sad, so sad.
But we can hope - that by the end the tale will have turned tragic for Mueller.
He deserves to be in prison with Hillary and Comey and Clapper and Crapper and Brennan and all the other boys and girls.
Shooting the whole lot might be the best from the point of view of providing the nation a catharsis, and cleansing the air a bit.
What do you think, Quirk, would be best from the point of view of the health of our Republic.....the Slammer, or shooting the bastards ?
I suggest none of them can be rehabilitated to the point of ever being of any benefit to society, so prolly the bullet is best.Delete
Bob is the perfect image if the Trumpkin you depict Quirk and Deuce is a paid shill for Trump. Not much else is left here at the bar.Delete
Deuce is PAID ??????Delete
Shit, I'm not paid. I want to be paid too.
You still give me the willies with your little radioactive Ash sign there, you shit for brains.
The formal subject is Tommy, not that I've adhered to it.
What you got to say about the jailing of Tommy, radioactive shit for brains ?
At this point Britain has less civil rights than Canada even.
But, you don't seem unduly concerned.
You concern got wiped away again by two lung fulls of hash, Ash ?
And you claim to be a perfissor's son.
C'mon, say something with a little meaning attached.
It's up to you cause The Quirkster has given up even trying.Delete
Maybe you should go on the Atkins Diet, Ash.Delete
STUDY: ATKINS diet may cause heart failure....DRUDGE
If you kick the bucket none of us will take up the Atkins Diet, and you will have finally contributed something to the betterment of humankind.
Just the tip of the iceberg my asshole -ReplyDelete
Sources: FBI Agents Afraid To Testify, Say Congress Likely Won’t Protect Them
The former White House official who maintained direct contact with at least two agents told TheDC they are “hunkering down because they see good people being thrown to the dogs for speaking out and speaking out does nothing to solve the problems.” He believes that “Congress and DOJ are so weak and clueless and can’t be trusted to follow through.”
According to transcripts he shared with TheDC, one special agent said, “It’s a question of basic credibility — Congress, the executive, and oversight are not seen to have any gravitas or seriousness. The inmates have been running the asylum and they don’t respect, much less fear, their overseers. We know we’ll be hung out to dry.”
The agent added, “And don’t get me wrong, there are still a few good people scattered about, but main Justice and the bureaucrats are running the show, want to run out the clock on this administration, and keep the status quo.”
What they want to do is 'keep the status quo'.
Defund the FBI.
Break the DoJ up among the States, or, defund it too.
How about 50 secession movements ?
a few good people scattered aboutDelete
you know, here and there, maybe one over yonder there.....
Never trust anything that comes from the FBI Crime Lab, unless you've made the biggest payment yourself, then, maybe.....
It's just large scale sociology and anthropological behaviorism - small groups are better- but not much.Delete
And don't make the mistake of thinking it's any better anywhere else. It isn't. In fact it's probably worse.
Look at the true shit that goes on in Russia, and, China.
Sources: FBI Agents Afraid To Testify, Say Congress Likely Won’t Protect ThemDelete
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9:55 PM 05/28/2018
Sources tell The Daily Caller disgruntled FBI agents are too afraid of retaliation to speak out about the Bureau’s many troubles.
The sources say agents don’t trust Congress to protect them from the consequences of testifying and claim whistleblower protection laws are ineffective.
The FBI rarely punishes those who retaliate against whistleblowers, according to the agency itself.
Even as a new Rasmussen poll shows a majority of voters believe senior law enforcement officials broke the law to stop Donald Trump from beating Hillary Clinton in the 2016 election, rank-and-file FBI agents who want to testify against their superiors to Congress feel they can’t due to an ineffective whistleblower protection law.
These agents believe the sluggishness of the law exposes them to an inordinate risk of reprisal, so they have remained in hiding and afraid to speak the truth.
This story is based on interview transcripts with two FBI agents that one former White House official provided The Daily Caller. A third special agent also reached out to The Daily Caller to provide information about the current state of the Bureau. (RELATED: Sources: FBI Agents Want Congress To Issue Them Subpoenas So They Can Reveal The Bureau’s Dirt)
Roseanne didn't last long.ReplyDelete
She refused to suck up to the AshFolk and refused to mutter platitudes no one any longer believes.
No, she yielded to a gigantic brain fart and 'went public' with an ill-advised tweet containing vile and disgusting racial insults instead of saving her racist shit for private conversations with her friends.
This isn't the first time she has gone public with this shit, calling blacks apes, calling others Nazis.
Not only did ABC dump her, she was also dropped by her management company. But don't worry about her. Worry about the people she screwed with this, and entire production company and her fellow actors on what was reportedly the most popular new show on TV.
I thought we had freedom of speech in this country.Delete
ABC and the management company have vetoed your right to listen to whom you will.....
If you don't like what she says, flip her off.
If you don't like what Farrakhan says, flip him off.
By the way, it's summertime in Chicago.
The rioters are out, just like the leaves.
I'm glad she's off the air. I didn't like her show anyway.Delete
Now, if we could just get rid of Farrakhan.....
Get rid of Rev. Al too.Delete
Get rid of Tv.Delete
It's a curse.
Get rid of Chicago.Delete
What's the point of the idiotic place ?
Throw in Detroit, too.
Frankly, we could without Seattle.Delete
Was OK, now heap shit.
When traveling through illinois, never travel through chicago as it is better to go around and maybe won't get shot.Delete
Only enter Detroit in an armored personnel carrier.Delete
If you've got any brains you will have moved to the burbs long ago.
It's an IQ Test.
Chicago celebrates Memorial Day weekend with murder spreeDelete
JAZZ SHAW May 29, 2018 10:41 AM
Yes, it’s as bad as it sounds
MS-13 are not animals, they are people with spirits.Delete
My wife, she of eminently good sense (she is no Quirk nor Ash) is pissed at ABC.Delete
She notes the family depicted had at least one and possibly two black kids hanging around.
She too is waiting for the glorious day Farrakhan is off the air.
He says we whites are devils, and blacks shall one day inherit the earth.
I have described, or tried to, Ash to my wife.Delete
She sighs, groans, and goes back to reading.
The first hot weekend brings violent mobs to Chicago streets as media turn a blind eye - 5/29/18Delete
Mobs of violent young people taking over upscale neighborhoods and wreaking havoc, looting, mugging, and attacking innocent people just for the fun of it. Police overwhelmed. More
"Wilding" is the term for mobs of violent young people taking over upscale neighborhoods and wreaking havoc, looting, mugging, and attacking innocent people just for the fun of it. A "good" neighborhood is no guarantee of safety anymore in Chicago. The breakdown of civil order, in other words, is well underway in the Windy City. Bit by bit, civilization is slipping away in Chicago.
If you want to know how bad things have gotten there, the major media outlets are no help. The last thing they want is for people to stay away from The Mag Mile – the stretch of Michigan Avenue just north of the Chicago River – full of glittering shopping, towering condo buildings and hotels, and the iconic Water Tower that is Chicago's rival to Fifth Avenue around Trump Tower. You have to go to Second City Cop and CWB Chicago, two grassroots websites that are not afraid of alienating big advertisers or of a phone call from City Hall.
The arrival of 90-plus-degree weather over the Memorial Day weekend unleashed the urban youth....
Where's Rambo ? Where's O'bozo ?
The Obama Administration’s Hypocritical Pretext for Spying on the Trump Campaign
By ANDREW C. MCCARTHY
Where was its concern about Russia during its eight years in power?
As I argued in my weekend column, it is hard to imagine a more idle question than whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign. Of course it did. If you want to argue the point, imagine what the professors, pundits, and pols would have said had the Bush administration run an informant against three Obama 2008 campaign officials, including the campaign co-chairman; any hair-splitting about whether that technically constituted “spying” would be met by ostracism from polite society.
There is, in addition, more evidence — at least, more public, verified evidence — that Stefan Halper was a spy for the FBI than that Carter Page was one for Russia. This is not a small point.
Spy vs. ‘Spy’
It has been credibly reported that Halper, a longtime source for the CIA and British intelligence, was tasked by the FBI in the Trump-Russia investigation to make contact with and get information from at least three Trump campaign officials. He even sought a role in the campaign from co-chairman Sam Clovis. Page, on the other hand, was the target of four FISA court surveillance warrants, which enabled the Justice Department and FBI to monitor him for a year, starting at the height of the 2016 campaign.
To obtain such a warrant under FISA (the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act of 1978), the FBI and Justice Department must convince a judge that there is probable cause to believe the target is an agent of a foreign power — in Page’s case, of Russia. As we’ve previously outlined (here, last section), because Page is an American citizen, the Obama administration had to have told the court that he was either: (a) “knowingly engage[d] in clandestine intelligence gathering activities for or on behalf of [Russia], which activities involve[d] or may [have] involve[d]” federal crimes; or (b) “knowingly engaged in any other clandestine intelligence activities for or on behalf of [Russia], that were undertaken “pursuant to the direction of an intelligence service or network of [Russia],” and that “involve[d] or [were] about to involve” federal crimes.
(See Section 1801(b)(2) of Title 50, U.S. Code.
McCarthy don't know shit.
In just the decade before Trump’s 2016 campaign, as the Putin regime menaced former Soviet satellites, the Bush administration negotiated and submitted to Congress the daft U.S.-Russia civilian nuclear cooperation agreement, endorsing the export to Moscow of technology, material, equipment, and components for nuclear research and nuclear power production.Delete
Russia’s invasion of Georgia — including the still-ongoing occupation of Abkhazia and South Ossetia — made congressional approval of this embarrassing pact politically impossible for a time.
Yet it was revived soon enough in the Obama “reset” of relations with Moscow steered by then-secretary of state Hillary Clinton. Clinton promised an era of cooperation in counterterrorism and non-proliferation while Putin went merrily along backing nuclear-energy development and advanced military capabilities in Iran, the world’s leading state sponsor of jihadist terrorism.
Obama, of course, made nary a peep since he needed Moscow’s help to pull off the ludicrous Iran nuclear deal. As the Putin thug-ocracy rattled its saber, Obama ushered its entry into the World Trade Organization and pushed through the wayward “New START” treaty.
McCarthy don't know shit.
Finally, you are starting to get it, Dougie.
...Instead, the Obama administration decided to use its counterintelligence powers to spy on the Trump campaign, using at least one covert informant, electronic monitoring of communications, and other intelligence-gathering tactics.Delete
It ignored the norm against deploying such tactics against political opponents, not based on evidence of a Trump-Russia criminal conspiracy, but on speculation about the Trump campaign’s Russia contacts and Russia sympathies.
Speculation by a government, an administration, and a Democratic-party nominee with their own abysmal histories of Russia contacts and Russia sympathies.
Two in a row, Dougie, you ARE making progress.
No joke: Syria made chairman of Conference on Disarmament - 5/29/18ReplyDelete
Apparently, many delegates just didn't get the humor, because many of them walked out in protest.
Specializing in getting rid of chemical weapons ?
Protesters in Iran favor Reza Pahlavi - 5/29/18Delete
The grandson of the Shah is the man who can save Iran. More
If it happens I will have lived through the entire cycle.
OMG ET, we’re coming to kill youReplyDelete
Physicist solves Fermi’s Paradox – but you won’t like the answer. Andrew Masterson reports.
In Dr Who – here played by actor Tom Baker – seen here with Earth-inading Daleks, Fermi's Paradox doesn't apply.
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The human race is doomed never to find extraterrestrial life, because we are about to wipe it all out in a manner that is unintentional, yet horribly unavoidable.
That’s the conclusion reached by physicist Alexander Berezin from the National Research University of Electronic Technology (MIET) in Russia, in a new and admirably parsimonious solution to Fermi’s Paradox.
Fermi’s Paradox is named after Enrico Fermi (1901–1954), an Italian-American physicist who created the world’s first nuclear reactor. Along with fellow physicist Michael Hart, he did some back-of-the-envelope calculations and raised a disturbing and apparently intractable issue at the heart of the subject of extraterrestrial life – or, rather, its absence.
There are, the pair stated, billions of stars in the Milky Way – never mind the rest of the universe – that are similar to the Sun, with some of them considerably older. Given this, there is an extremely high probability that Earth-like planets also exist in abundance and some of these, therefore, must host intelligent life.
So far, so logical. But, the scientists continued, if this is so, then some of the intelligent lifeforms must have developed interstellar travel – because humans are working on it, and humans, in this set-up, can’t be anything special.
Ergo, even at a slow pace, some of these civilisations should have completely crossed the Milky Way by now.
Ergo, where is everybody?
There has been no shortage of attempts to resolve the problem. Possible explanations have included the idea that we humans aren’t using the correct search techniques so keep missing ET; ET has worked out ways of hiding from our searching stares; the universe is so old that whole ET civilisations have risen and eventually gone extinct without overlapping; and the face-palm-inducing suggestion that all advanced civilisations are so busy listening for the signals of others than none have remembered to actually broadcast one.Delete
Berezin, however, dismisses these arguments because they “invoke multiple rather controversial assumptions”.
In a paper published on the academic pre-print site Arxiv (and, thus, awaiting peer review) he advances his own tightly reasoned solution to the matter. It is not, however, something he does so much with pride as with deep sorrow.
“I argue that the Paradox has a trivial solution, requiring no controversial assumptions, which is rarely suggested or discussed,” he writes.
“However, that solution would be hard to accept, as it predicts a future for our own civilisation that is even worse than extinction.”
Just let that sink in for a moment: worse than extinction.
To reach this rather depressing conclusion, the physicist ruthlessly pares away most of the assumptions that have been used in the past to define possible extra-terrestrial civilisations. They need to be “substrate-invariant”, he says, meaning they could be biological, robotic, or distributed planet-scale minds.
All that matters is that they fulfil just three criteria: they reproduce, they grow, and they come close enough for us to detect them. That’s all well and good, but thus far there is no sign of any ET doing that. The paradox still stands.Delete
And this is where things turn a bit ugly.
“What if,” Berezin proposes, “the first life that reaches interstellar travel capability necessarily eradicates all competition to fuel its own expansion?”
This is not, he quickly adds, to imply that ET is warlike or cruel.
“I am not suggesting that a highly developed civilisation would consciously wipe out other lifeforms,’ he writes.
“Most likely, they simply won’t notice, the same way a construction crew demolishes an anthill to build real estate because they lack incentive to protect it.”
Readers familiar with Douglas Adams’ novel Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy might be thinking at this point of the incident at the start of the story in which an ET species known as Vogons demolish Earth in order to clear a path for an intergalactic highway, expressing neither care nor interest for all the life upon it.
The comparison, in Berezin’s model, is not inapt – except for one small, but critical, difference. This time, we’re the Vogons.
To draw this conclusion, the physicist deploys one of the more troubling, but central, tenets of cosmology, known as the anthropic principle. This idea, first formulated in 1974 by theoretical physicist Brandon Carter from the UK’s Cambridge University, holds that conditions within the universe “must be restricted by the conditions necessary for our presence as observers”.
It’s a powerful concept – albeit one that challenges the equally important Copernican principle that holds Earth and humanity to be nowhere and nothing special – that even Stephen Hawking entertained.
Applied to the Fermi Paradox by Berezin, however, it becomes an instrument of cosmic damnation. There is, he concludes, only one reason why ET, in all the stellar multitude, has not so far been seen.
“We are the first to arrive at the stage,” he says. “And, most likely, will be the last to leave.”
In other words, we are the paradox resolution made manifest. It is us, our species, who will spread through the universe, demolishing anthills along the way. Avoiding this fate, suggests Berezin is impossible, because it will “require the existence of forces far stronger than the free will of individuals”.
At the conclusion of his paper, the author adds that he hopes he is wrong in his prediction.
“The only way to find out is to continue exploring the Universe and searching for alien life,” he adds – although many of his readers, perhaps, might conclude that this is not now the wisest course of action.
Think of it. How depressing.Delete
Ash at the top of the food chain.
It's sad. Ash is the top of the food chain, and, see below for his true nature -Delete
Farrakhan Calls For An End To 'White Men'....DRUDGEReplyDelete
Louis Farrakhan Issues Sunday Call For An End To White Men
Photo of Virginia Kruta
1:56 PM 05/27/2018
Louis Farrakhan, leader of the Nation of Islam, called for an end to white men on Sunday morning, saying that their “nature is not in harmony with the nature of God.”
Farrakhan went on to claim that white men had squandered the time God gave them to rule, alleging that they had chosen not to rule with righteousness, truth, justice, or fairness.
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Farrakhan’s message included a list of traits that he believed were “in the white man’s nature” — namely murder and dishonesty — and he added that while white people were slaves to their natures, what black people do “is by learning from your master.”....
Louie is comin' for YOU, Ash.Delete
And for YOU Quirk, too.
Thankfully I'm mixed race.
I thought we had freedom of speech in this country.
And we do. Well, at least up to a point. Trump, for instance, can (and does) still pick and choose who he gives press credentials to and which networks he channels; however, SCOTUS has ruled that is he is going to use Twitter as a communication device he can't block negative comments in rebuttal.
ABC and the management company have vetoed your right to listen to whom you will.....
Neither ABC nor Barr's previous talent agency denied her right to say anything she wants. Safe to say whichever form of media (TV, radio, newsprint, etc.) she wants to talk to will be more than willing have her on in the hopes she will continue making a fool of herself.
The only one censoring Barr is Barr. She chose to self-censor herself by quitting Twitter after making her 'apology'.
If you don't like what she says, flip her off.
I believe that is exactly what ABC and the talent agency did. Big time. And at big expense.
Farrakhan, who was censured by Congress in 1984 after he derided Judaism as a “gutter religion” and compared himself favorably to Adolf Hitler, claimed same-sex marriage is a Jewish plot, and described observant Jews as “Satanic” for their adherence to Talmudic law.ReplyDelete
Earlier this year, a photograph taken during a 2005 meeting between then Senator Barack Obama and Farrakhan was released, after having been kept from the press for nearly 13 years by the Congressional Black Caucus. Obama, it was also revealed, had employed an active member of the Nation of Islam in his Chicago office while serving as senator.
Wow - lots of exposes on Hannity today.ReplyDelete
The letter Q and analogues and enlargements kept coming up....Qster, Qmonsieur, Qanon, Qyster, MrQmon....on and on....hopefully this will be fully followed up on tomorrow. Whoever this character is he/she is up to it to the top of their nylons.....Delete
On Monday evening, at the home of a retired rabbi in Charlottesville, Va., the Democratic nominee for the Fifth Congressional District of Virginia sat down with about 40 Jewish leaders to try to defuse Virginia Republican charges that she was a “virulent anti-Semite.”ReplyDelete
“I just think most folks who came to this meeting didn’t take the charge seriously to begin with, even folks who read her book, which is highly critical of Israel and the United States and the U.S.-Israel relationship at the time,” said Daniel Alexander, the rabbi emeritus of Charlottesville’s only synagogue, Congregation Beth Israel, who hosted the meeting. “To criticize Israel is not an expression of anti-Semitism.”
“Whoever the Republican nominee is in the Fifth District will defeat anti-Semite Leslie Cockburn,” said John Findlay, the executive director of the Republican Party of Virginia. “The Fifth District is not a racist district, and I don’t see them ever voting for an anti-Semite like Leslie Cockburn.”
The Democrat Party is chuck full of Jew-haters, particularly from the South.Delete
"niggers, jews and sigma nus" is an old Southern Frat Boy song.
After the Civil War the first blacks were elected to the US Senate on the Republican tickets from the South.
U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures fell as much as 3 percent on Tuesday, posting a fifth straight day of losses after hitting a 3.5-year high last week. The contract ended the session down $1.15, or 1.7 percent, at $66.73 a barrel.ReplyDelete
President Donald Trump's administration also said on Tuesday that it will continue to take action on trade with China, just days after the two countries announced a tentative solution to their dispute.
The White House said in a statement that the United States will release a list of some $50 billion worth of Chinese goods that will be subject to a 25 percent tariff. The United States will also continue to pursue litigation against China at the World Trade Organization.
Settled: Team Obama Spied on the Trump CampaignReplyDelete
Source: Ingraham Angle/Andrew Napolitano
CA mayor to offer $1K/mo stipend to “those most likely to shoot somebody”
JAZZ SHAW May 29, 2018 4:41 PM
Please do tell us more about this magnificent plan
'Serial killers to the head of the line, please'Delete
A conviction for illegal entry carries a maximum penalty of six months in custody for first-time crossers - though they usually do far less time - and two years for repeat offenses.ReplyDelete
During a surge in children from Central America in 2014, under the Obama presidency, Health and Human Services temporarily used military bases in California, Oklahoma and Texas to house the kids.
Nearly 1 in 4 Border Patrol arrests on the Mexican border from October through April was someone who came in a family. That means any large increase in prosecutions will likely cause parents to be separated from their children while they face charges and do time in jail.
Valerie Jarrett as a cross between the muzzie brotherhood and the planet of the apes sounds spot on to me.ReplyDelete
What is the big controversy about there ?
Sounds like an excellent spot on description to this observer.
The Donald is in Nashville !!!!
May 26, 2018Delete
Jarrett and Obama are Behind Spygate
By Daniel John Sobieski
Unless we assume the FBI went completely rogue, it is inconceivable that the deployments of personnel to spy on the Trump campaign and make provocative contact with its lesser members could have occurred without the full knowledge and control of the occupants of the Oval Office.
Obama may claim a scandal-free administration, but after Fast and Furious, the targeting of the Tea Party by the IRS, the Benghazi cover-up, Hillary's emails, to name a few, Spygate is just the latest. I use the plural "occupants" because while Barack Hussein Obama may have been nominally the president of the United States, at the heart of every one of these scandals and virtually every administration move was Valerie Jarrett, who arguably could be considered our first female president.
Jarrett, born in Iran to American parents, has been with the Obamas since her days as deputy chief of staff in the office of Chicago mayor Richard Daley, the younger. She hired Michelle Obama.....
Valerie was the representative of the muzzie brotherhood to the obamas in the white house.Delete
Hang her along with all the other traitors.
Further she was behind Obama's spying on The Donald.Delete
As I argued in my weekend column, it is hard to imagine a more idle question than whether the Obama administration spied on the Trump campaign. Of course it did. If you want to argue the point, imagine what the professors, pundits, and pols would have said had the Bush administration run an informant against three Obama 2008 campaign officials, including the campaign co-chairman; any hair-splitting about whether that technically constituted “spying” would be met by ostracism from polite society.ReplyDelete
There is, in addition, more evidence — at least, more public, verified evidence — that Stefan Halper was a spy for the FBI than that Carter Page was one for Russia. This is not a small point.
It has been credibly reported that Halper, a longtime source for the CIA and British intelligence, was tasked by the FBI in the Trump-Russia investigation to make contact with and get information from at least three Trump campaign officials. He even sought a role in the campaign from co-chairman Sam Clovis.
I want to be clear: I am not offended by the word spy. If Halper’s mission was righteous, the Justice Department and FBI should be proud that he was a spy.
And if, on behalf of Russia, Page conducted clandestine anti-American activities that constituted felony violations of American law, I would enthusiastically support labeling him a spy and prosecuting him to the full extent of the law. I’d want any official who knew about and supported such traitorous activities to be removed from office and prosecuted.
Pooty pops another journo -ReplyDelete
May 29 2018 - 22:05
Russian Journalist Arkady Babchenko Shot Dead in Kiev
Sergei Bobylev / TASS
A prominent Russian investigative journalist was shot dead on Tuesday in Ukraine’s capital, Kiev.
Arkady Babchenko died from his injuries on the way to the hospital after being shot in the back near the entrance to his Kiev apartment, Ukrainian law enforcement said on social media.
His wife phoned an ambulance saying she had found Babchenko covered in blood, police said, adding they suspected the murder was due to Babchenko's professional activities.
Babchenko, a Chechen war veteran and a staunch critic of President Vladimir Putin, left Russia out of safety concerns after covering the conflict in Ukraine. His murder follows the earlier death of Ukranian-Belarussian journalist Pavel Sheremet by car bomb in central Kiev in 2016.
Pooty's got small man syndrome.....SMS.Delete
A war reporter and critic of President Vladimir Putin who left his native Russia after receiving death threats was shot to death Tuesday in Ukraine in what government officials there alleged was a hit ordered by Moscow.ReplyDelete
Babchenko also wrote about separatists in the Ukrainian cities of Donetsk and Luhansk who vowed to "hunt" him down.
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Wow. Now, that's gotta be embarrassing.
Devin 'Clouseau' Nunes, Trump's butt-boy in the House, a man often referred to as 'deep throat' for different reasons depending on who is using the term at that particular time, yes that Nunes, is in the habit of demanding reams of classified documents from the FBI and DOJ and then leaking their content. However, as has been reported by various sources, though he is very good at the demanding part he is less so at the reading part. In fact, he rarely reads any of them leaving the actual reading up to his staff. Likewise, when legal questions come up he defers to his number two on the committee, Trey Gowdy, a man who actually knows something about the law having been a prosecutor in a previous life. Therefore, it must have disappointed Devin immensely when Trey chose not to follow the script.
Trey Gowdy: FBI’s Use of Informant for Trump Campaign Was Appropriate
Rep. Trey Gowdy (R-SC), the chairman of the House Oversight Committee, said on Tuesday that the FBI’s use of an informant for the Trump campaign in 2016 was appropriate, joining top Democrats in disputing President Donald Trump’s characterization of the informant as a spy.
“I am even more convinced that the FBI did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got, and that it has nothing to do with Donald Trump,” Gowdy said during an interview on Fox News.
In recent days, Trump has parroted misleading claims about the FBI’s use of the informant as part of its counter-intelligence investigation into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, dubbing the individual a “spy” and referring to the controversy as “Spygate.”
Gowdy’s comments were notable because the former federal prosecutor participated in a classified briefing about the informant last week that was conducted by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and FBI Director Christopher Wray. The so-called “Gang of Eight”—which includes House and Senate leaders in addition to the top Republicans and Democrats on the intelligence committees—also joined the briefing. The Democrats present at the meeting previously released a joint statement saying they heard “no evidence” from Rosenstein and Wray that a “spy” was placed within the Trump campaign.
Marco Rubio (R-FL), who sits on the Senate Intelligence Committee, has also backed Gowdy’s and other congressional leaders’ characterization of the FBI’s activities as part of the counter-intelligence investigation. On Sunday, the senator said the FBI was right to look into “individuals with a history of links to Russia that were concerning.”
One of the president’s top lawyers, former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani, said on Sunday that the use of the informant means special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation is no longer “legitimate.” Giuliani raised serious doubts about whether the president would ever sit for an interview with the special counsel.
And yes, folks, that last from Rudy Giuliani who on national tv told us that all this talk about 'Spies' and 'Spygate' by Trump and his minions is merely for PR purposes, an act designed to sway public opinion in favor of Trump.
There has been no one in the 'Gang of Eight' meeting, Republican or Democrat, that has come out and said the FBI did anything wrong in using their informant. In fact, the opposite is true. However, none of that has slowed Trump and his minions down. They still insist the Obama administration 'embedded' a 'spy' into the Trump campaign.
The Big Lie continues. And the Trumpies despite the fact that Trump's lawyer told them the truth about it all being a PR stunt say "We believe you, Mr. President." It would almost be touching if it weren't...
#sad, so sad.
I fear tomorrow will be a dark day in Mudville when the Twins learn about this. There is the distinct possibility they will hurt themselves in trying to come up with some explanation that isn't laughable. After all their two go-to phrases are, 'Thank you, Mr. President, may I have another;' and 'Thinking hurts'.
How dare Congress ask DoJ and FBI for documents to which they are entitled.Delete
Congress, don'tchaknow, is Boss, and could defund both DoJ and FBI with a simple vote.
And how dare Nunes turn the reading of thousands and thousands and thousands of pages over to aides !
As for Gowdy, he is exhausted by the Congressional life, and often speaks in error.
If you believe sticking a spy into an opponent's campaign is an innocent behavior, you are out of your ever lovin' mind, my good child.
You, like Gowdy, need some time off with the wife and kids.
....my naughty child....Delete
You are an idiot, Bob, and your idiocy grows.
What don't you get about Gowdy not being the only one denying there was any wrong done on this issue, he is simply the latest. No one who sat in that meeting and had the rationale for using the informant explained to them has complained about it. None. Not Dem or Pub. None. Not even that ass Nunes himself.
And there was No 'Spy' put 'In' the Trump campaign.
What the hell is wrong with you guys?
More Trump economy good news -ReplyDelete
US reclaims top spot in global competitiveness - 5/29/18
The U.S. beat out Hong Kong and Singapore for the top spot. More
A surging economy and improved atmosphere for scientific and technological innovation has allowed the U.S. to regain the top spot in global competitiveness rankings.
The U.S. moved past Hong Kong to claim the top spot for the first time since 2015....
Read more: https://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2018/05/us_reclaims_top_spot_in_global_competitiveness.html#ixzz5GyII0NDQ