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#POTUS @RealDonaldTrump Does It Again: #Vault7, @Wikileaks, #ObamaGate

Update: As we write below, “if there was any death drop evidence against Donald Trump that would have finished him off, that drop dead evidence would have been dropped a few days before the election.” Rolling Stone looney Matt Taibbi, after calling President Trump a “pig” and a “menace”, pretty much says the same thing as us in his warning to Big Media:

Why the Russia Story Is a Minefield for Democrats and the Media [snip]

This is the former Director of National Intelligence telling all of us that as of 12:01 a.m. on January 20th, when he left government, the intelligence agencies had no evidence of collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and the government of Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
Virtually all of the explosive breaking news stories on the Trump-Russia front dating back months contain some version of this same disclaimer. [snip]

In the extant case, whether the investigation involved a potential Logan Act violation, or election fraud, or whatever, the CIA, FBI, and NSA had the ability to act both before and after Donald Trump was elected. But they didn’t, and we know why, because James Clapper just told us – they didn’t have evidence to go on.

It’s an inversion of T.R. ‘speak loudly ’cause you got a little stick’. Why would the Obama Dimocrats and Big Media make such a loud noise if they got nothing? Among others, try Alinsky Rule # 9 The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.”

Taibbi notes how Big Media seasons its nothing-burger with phrases such as “so far” “to date” and “as yet” to hold out Obama style false hope that someday something will be found to stop the unstoppable President Donald J. Trump.

Speaking of threats and our call for a “Truth Commission” our newly minted Attorney General Jeff Sessions has a doozy – Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested Thursday that he would be open to the appointment of an outside counsel to review actions taken by the Justice Department during the Obama administration. Ay Caramba!

Speaking of Truth Commissions, Obama, and threats:


Yeah, we know it’s years old. But you want to stir sh*t up Barack? Hows yo mama?

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It’s over for Trump, again. This time, with a Twitter Tweet barrage, the POTUS with the Mostest smashed through months/years of Big Media narrative nonsense.

Imagine that!!! After years of Big Media “the Russians did it” and “Russians elected Trump” – on one Saturday morning President Mostest of all POTUSes dropped the nuke on all their prefabricated narratives. Well, you don’t have to imagine anything. Here on video is a Kook on the MSNBCnuthouse declaring that the Trump-Russians narrative never was a narrative at all:



“I don’t think any news organization actually claimed there were direct ties between the Trump campaign and Russian spies” says the MSNBCnuthouseKOOK!!! That’s exactly what they have been claiming. Of course that was before POTUS with the Mostest Trump did the schlong-kabong!!!

At TrumpHater central, Andrew McCarthy once again notices all the Big Media flippityfloppity:

While You Weren’t Looking, the Democrat–Media Election-Hacking Narrative Just Collapsed

That supposed FBI investigation of collusion with the Russians? Never mind . . . They’re in retreat now. You may have missed it amid President Trump’s startling Saturday tweet storm, the recriminations over president-on-candidate spying, and the Jeff Sessions recusal — a whirlwind weekend. But while you weren’t looking, an elaborate narrative died.

For months, the media-Democrat complex has peddled a storyline that the Putin regime in Russia hacked the U.S. presidential election. [snip]

Into this misleading “Russia hacked the election” narrative, the press and the Dems injected a second explosive allegation — or at least an explosive suspicion that they’ve wanted us to perceive as a credible allegation meriting a serious investigation. The suspicion/allegation is: Not only did Russia hack the election, but there are also enough ties between people in the Trump orbit and operatives of the Putin regime that there are grounds to believe that the Trump campaign was complicit in Russia’s hacking of the election.

Transparently, the aim is to undermine the legitimacy of Trump’s election victory.

Finally, the third prong, without the support of which the stool would collapse: the impression that the FBI has been feverishly investigating what is said to be the Trump campaign’s collusion in what is said to be the Russian hacking of the election. This reporting is designed to get you saying to yourself: “Why would there be such a zealous investigation by FBI agents — in addition to several other intelligence and law-enforcement agents — unless there really were grave reasons to believe the shocking election-hacking conspiracy narrative?”

That was the #NotMyPresident narrative pushed by Big Media. Then Trump stomped and bompped. Now the Big Media narrative is kaput:

A New York Times report perfectly illustrates the three-prong scheme. On January 19, under the alarming headline “Intercepted Russian Communications Part of Inquiry into Trump Associates,” the paper began its report as follows:

WASHINGTON — American law enforcement and intelligence agencies are examining intercepted communications and financial transactions as part of a broad investigation into possible links between Russian officials and associates of President-elect Donald J. Trump, including his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort, current and former senior American officials said. The continuing counterintelligence investigation means that Mr. Trump will take the oath of office on Friday with his associates under investigation and after the intelligence agencies concluded that the Russian government had worked to help elect him. As president, Mr. Trump will oversee those agencies and have the authority to redirect or stop at least some of these efforts.

Could what’s going on be more obvious? The Times would have you believe that the Russians “worked to help elect” Trump because the intelligence agencies have said so. [snip]

After all, the underlying allegation of an election-hacking conspiracy between the Putin regime and the Trump campaign is nonsense, so there must necessarily be an innocent interpretation. And, lo and behold, the Times itself provides it — further down in the story, after all the sensational conspiracy mongering:

It is not clear whether the intercepted communications had anything to do with Mr. Trump’s campaign, or Mr. Trump himself. It is also unclear whether the inquiry has anything to do with an investigation into the hacking of the Democratic National Committee’s computers and other attempts to disrupt the elections in November.

See? It is entirely possible that the FBI and other investigative agencies are not pursuing, and have never pursued, a Trump-campaign angle on the hacking. [snip]

But the innocent interpretation, the more likely interpretation, is not what the media and Democrats have wanted us to believe.

For months, they have titillated their audience with the election-hacking conspiracy fantasy. When they cover their behinds by mentioning the possibility of innocence, it is in the fine print.

There we see, in big print, the Big Media anti-Trump “Russia Did It” #NotMyPresident narrative collapse. That alone is a great Saturday morning bit of work by POTUS with the Mostest. But President Trump did not only build a great wall of defense. President Trump has begun the onslaught offensive:

But still, the media and Democrats have always had a serious vulnerability here — one they’ve never acknowledged because they’ve been too swept away by the political success of the fantasy narrative. It is this: At a certain point, if compelling evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia to steal the election did not materialize, the much more interesting question becomes “How did the government obtain all this information that has been leaked to the media to prop up the story?”

The most plausible answer to that question: The Obama administration, through the Justice Department and the FBI, was investigating the associates of the opposition party’s presidential nominee, and perhaps even the nominee himself, during the campaign. Otherwise, what explanation can there be for all of the investigative information — much of it classified, and thus illegal to disclose — that has been funneled to the press?

Now that they’ve been called on it, the media and Democrats are gradually retreating from the investigation they’ve been touting for months as the glue for their conspiracy theory. In short, the media and Democrats have been playing with fire for months. The use of law-enforcement and national-security assets to investigate one’s political opponents during a heated election campaign has always been a potentially explosive story.

Let’s not kid ourselves: If the roles were reversed, and a Republican administration had investigated officials tied to the campaign of the Democrats’ nominee, we would be drowning in a sea of Watergate 2.0 coverage.

Well, this weekend, the potentially explosive story detonated. It happened in the now familiar way: jaw-dropping tweets by President Trump.

Now that we’re supposed to believe there was no real investigation of Trump and his campaign, what else can we conclude but that there was no real evidence of collusion between the campaign and Russia . . . which makes sense, since Russia did not actually hack the election, so the purported objective of the collusion never existed.

Poof, goes the narrative. It was obvious to those of us involved in skullduggery and politics for a long time that the Big Media narrative was bogus. If anybody stops to think, it becomes obvious that the Big Media collusion narrative never made any sense. Indeed, you don’t have to be an expert on anything but living to see the Big Media narrative against Trump never made any sense because it was all bluster and threats of something/anything to come.

Consider the usual possibilities in life. Teddy Roosevelt laid it out quite well in his “speak softly but carry a big stick” declaration. That’s another way of saying “you don’t have to make threats if you’ve got a nuke”.

Picture yourself in a dark alley with a bunch of muggers. The muggers don’t have to make threats. You’re going to hand over your wallets, purses, jewelry, watches, everything without the muggers having to make a threat. The opposite is a scrawny kid that comes up to you in a mall and says “give me your money or else!” You look at the scrawny kid and say “or else what you shrimp? go away or I will beat the sh*t out of you.” Put that scenario into the context of the 2016 political season.

All throughout the 2016 campaign season we heard Big Media declare that Trump would collapse. There were too many secrets, too many problems, too many of something or other that would bring Trump down. But those all turned out to be empty threats. And, there’s a life lesson here, opponents don’t bother with threats if they can stomp you out. Every comic book supervillain knows you don’t give a big speech before you kill the hero – you just kill the hero if you can. Threats are for losers.

In short, if there was any death drop evidence against Donald Trump that would have finished him off, that drop dead evidence would have been dropped a few days before the election. Instead all we got was noise, noise and threats. But the threats never became real. That’s the clue there was no there there.

The biggest real threat to candidate Trump dropped just before the election. It was the video of Trump with Billy Bush. Trump overcame that.

Then on the night before the election, Trump hater Louise Mensch published a story on Heat Street:

EXCLUSIVE: FBI ‘Granted FISA Warrant’ Covering Trump Camp’s Ties To Russia

That story on Heat Street dropped on election eve, November 7 at 10:18 p.m. The now completely discredited narrative article did not have much of an impact because it came too too late and mostly because Lousy Mensch had long been exposed as a Hillary2016 conspirator – by Wikileaks. Lousy Mensch wrote ads for Hillary2016 a few weeks earlier:


Lousy Mensch wilted at Heat Street.

Today, Wikileaks struck again. Wikileaks opened Vault 7. For our purposes here is the stunner:

Another profound revelation is that the CIA can engage in “false flag” cyberattacks which portray Russia as the assailant. Discussing the CIA’s Remote Devices Branch’s UMBRAGE group, Wikileaks’ source notes that it “collects and maintains a substantial library of attack techniques ‘stolen’ from malware produced in other states including the Russian Federation.

“With UMBRAGE and related projects the CIA cannot only increase its total number of attack types but also misdirect attribution by leaving behind the “fingerprints” of the groups that the attack techniques were stolen from. UMBRAGE components cover keyloggers, password collection, webcam capture, data destruction, persistence, privilege escalation, stealth, anti-virus (PSP) avoidance and survey techniques.”

As Kim Dotcom summarizes this finding, “CIA uses techniques to make cyber attacks look like they originated from enemy state. It turns DNC/Russia hack allegation by CIA into a JOKE

A total joke. Whatever remained of the “Russia did it” nonsense is now gone. Maybe Big Media will try “the CIA did it” but that won’t happen because that would only prove President Trump’s allegations.

There’s a lot more from WikiLeaks for those interested. Apparently there is potentially another Edward Snowden type at the agency. Apparently the CIA can “hack smartphones, computer operating systems, messenger applications and internet-connected televisions”. And for those inside the Shadow Deep State Government who plot against President Trump, some bad news:

WikiLeaks said the documents show the CIA’s ability to bypass the encryption of popular messenger applications, including WhatsApp, Signal, Telegram and Confide by hacking the smartphones they run on and collecting audio and message traffic before the applications encrypt the user’s texts.

The site said the documents also show how the CIA developed other mobile hacking technologies, including the ability to activate the camera and microphone of a target’s smartphone covertly and surreptitiously retrieve a target’s geolocation, audio and text communications.

WikiLeaks said one of the documents also shows how the CIA developed a program to hack internet-connected televisions in conjunction with British intelligence. The attacks can place Samsung smart TVs in a fake off mode, so the owner believes the television is switched off, while in reality it is functioning as a bug and recording conversations in the room, WikiLeaks said.

All those EPA and DOJ plotters against President Trump are now on notice that their secret Snapchats and Confides are grabbed.

President Trump will have to take control of this monster. “That’s something that Nazi Germany would have done and did.”

Add to all that an NSA Whistleblower who declaresI think the president is absolutely right. His phone calls, everything he did electronically, was being monitored.” Illegally. By Obama Watergaters. ObamaGate!!! Not for Russia ties, but to destroy Trump politically and subvert our democracy.

Senator Grassley is on the job too:

Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) has opened an inquiry into allegations the FBI worked with the British spy who authored a controversial opposition research dossier on President Trump during the 2016 election. [snip]

“The idea that the FBI and associates of the Clinton campaign would pay Mr. Steele to investigate the Republican nominee for President in the run-up to the election raises further questions about the FBI’s independence from politics, as well as the Obama administration’s use of law enforcement and intelligence agencies for political ends,” Grassley wrote.

“It is additionally troubling that the FBI reportedly agreed to such an arrangement given that, in January of 2017, then-Director Clapper issued a statement stating that ‘the [intelligence community] has not made any judgment that the information in this document is reliable, and we did not rely upon it in any way for our conclusions.’”

Seems like POTUS with the Mostest is making his enemies Toastest.

112 comments to #POTUS @RealDonaldTrump Does It Again: #Vault7, @Wikileaks, #ObamaGate

  • admin

    Russians or CIA blackmailing leftist loons? We report, you deride:

    https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2017-03-06/russian-hackers-said-to-seek-hush-money-from-liberal-u-s-groups

    Russian Hackers Said to Seek Hush Money From Liberal Groups

    Russian hackers are targeting U.S. progressive groups in a new wave of attacks, scouring the organizations’ emails for embarrassing details and attempting to extract hush money, according to two people familiar with probes being conducted by the FBI and private security firms.

    At least a dozen groups have faced extortion attempts since the U.S. presidential election, said the people, who provided broad outlines of the campaign. The ransom demands are accompanied by samples of sensitive data in the hackers’ possession.

    In one case, a non-profit group and a prominent liberal donor discussed how to use grant money to cover some costs for anti-Trump protesters. [snip]

    At least some groups have paid the ransoms even though there is little guarantee the documents won’t be made public anyway. Demands have ranged from about $30,000 to $150,000, payable in untraceable bitcoins, according to one of the people familiar with the probe. [snip]

    The Center for American Progress, a Washington think tank with strong links to both the Clinton and Obama administrations, and Arabella Advisors, which guides liberal donors who want to invest in progressive causes, have been asked to pay ransoms, according to people familiar with the probes.

    #ObamaGate, what goes around comes around.

  • wbboei

    Well, admin, things have come to a pretty pass when big media not only lies about the truth but lies about their lies, such as no news organization ever claimed that there were ties between the Russians and Trump.

  • admin

    From Friday through Saturday morning tweets, things really changed. http://hotair.com/archives/2017/03/06/sen-chris-coons-walks-back-claim-about-transcripts-showing-collusion-between-trump-camp-russia/

    As I noted Friday, Sen. Coons appeared on MSNBC and claimed the FBI had transcripts containing evidence of collusion with Russia. He said, “There are transcripts that provide very helpful, very critical insights into whether or not Russian intelligence and senior Russian political leaders, including Vladimir Putin, were cooperating, were colluding with the Trump campaign at the highest levels to influence the outcome of our election.” Asked to clarify that transcripts showing collusion existed, Coons replied, “I have not seen them. I believe they exist.”

    This makes it sound as if the evidence is there and Coons somehow knows it but has been prevented from getting his hands on it for some reason. But Sunday, in an interview with Chris Wallace, Coons offered a very different explanation. “What I was trying to make clear Chris, and I appreciated a chance to restate this, is that I don’t have and I don’t know of any conclusive proof one way or the other about whether there was collusion between senior levels of the Trump campaign and Russian officials,” he said.

    This is a big change from what Coons was saying Friday. Chris Wallace compared it to McCarthyism. “Isn’t there more than a whiff of McCarthyism for you as a U.S. Senator to say there are transcripts out there that provide insight into whether or not there was collusion, but you don’t even know whether they exist,” Wallace said.

    “To be clear, Chris, what I was trying to encourage was that the intelligence committee be given access to the raw intelligence,” Coons said. Asked again if he had any “hard evidence” of collusion, Coons replied, “Chris, I have no hard evidence of collusion.” [snip]

    One possible explanation for this lack of evidence: There was no collusion. That’s what the NY Times reported a couple weeks ago. It’s also what Rep. Devin Nunes said last week. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper said Sunday on Meet the Press that he is not aware of any evidence showing collusion between Russia and the Trump campaign.

    Clapper only tells the truth when there is danger to him of prosecution. On Saturday, the danger forced the truth out of Clapper.

  • gonzotx

    Who the hell is this Bucshon guy and what the hell is wrong with him? Of course people have to make choices!!!
    This is more proof of the Uniparty
    Republican Party is dead…

    Chaffetz Destroyed for Making Correct Statement Over iPhones, Healthcare
    Mary Chastain | 3/7/2017 – 7:00pm
    Because adulting is hard.

    Outrage everywhere because House Oversight Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz (R-UT) had the nerve to tell people they should prioritize their budget. On CNN, he spoke about healthcare with Alisyn Camerota:

    “Well, we’re getting rid of the individual mandate. We’re getting rid of those things that people said that they don’t want,” Chaffetz replied. “Americans have choices, and they’ve got to make a choice. So rather than getting that new iPhone that they just love and want to go spend hundreds of dollars on that, maybe they should invest in their own health care.

    “They’ve got to make those decisions themselves,” Chaffetz added.

    Camerota asked if health care will “require some sacrifice” for lower income Americans.

    “We have to be able to lower the cost of health care,” he said. “We do think that with more choices, that you will get a better product at a lower price and that will be good for everybody on the entire spectrum of income.”

    Outrage came quick on social media against Chaffetz, but is he wrong? No.

    Thanks to Obamacare, the majority of us have had to deal with rising health insurance costs, changing plans, etc. It has caused a lot of us to budget.

    Could he have worded it better? Maybe, but the analogy stands.

    If you or your family cannot afford your healthcare costs, maybe you shouldn’t buy a $700 smart phone or other expensive wants.

    It’s a harsh truth for some, but those of us who have accepted reality, we have already embraced them. Taking on plans with a higher deductible means some of us have already had to go through our budget and decide which items we can cut out.

    It’s called adulting.

    The remarks from his fellow congressmen are just as disturbing:

    Rep. Larry Bucshon, R-Indiana, later said on “CNN Newsroom” that Chaffetz’s comments were “unwarranted at this time.”

    “We don’t want people to make choices in their life having to choose health care and leaving out other parts of their life that everyone else enjoys,” Bucshon said.

    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi also pounced on Chaffetz’s remarks, tweeting they are “offensive and show a lack of both understanding and compassion.”

    Well, unfortunately, the choices made by Congress have forced us to choose health care over other items we enjoy in our life.

    I find it adorable that Pelosi has lectured Chaffetz on a lack of compassion and understanding. Lack of compassion came from the Democrats when they shoved Obamacare down our throats, turning our lives upside down.

    The Washington Post decided to compare the iPhone and healthcare “the right way,” but it’s a silly argument. Yes, surgeries and major health issues cost way more than an iPhone, but that $700 could go a long way towards treating a health issue.

    Former President Barack Obama made similar comments back in 2014:

    “I guess what I would say is if you looked at that person’s budget and you looked at their cable bill, their telephone … cell phone bill, other things that they’re spending on, it may turn out that they just haven’t prioritized health care because right now everybody is healthy,” he said.

    “Nobody actually wants to spend money on health insurance until they get sick,” he added.

    Chaffetz later admitted that he could have worded his thoughts better on CNN:

    “What we’re trying to say — and maybe I didn’t say it as smoothly as I possibly could — but people need to make a conscious choice and I believe in self-reliance,” he said on Fox News’ “America’s Newsroom.” “And they’re going to have to make

  • Yolanda

    Chaffetz is right. I work as an RN at an outpatient Oncology/Infusion center (part of a Catholic hospital) and we have a lot of people that are on Obamacare. I kid you not when I say it really gets our goat when a lot of these women come in with their very expensive, highly decorated and airbrushed acrylic nails, gold jewelry hanging everywhere and their very expensive brand new iPhones. I live in the liberal state of Washington and there is not one of us nurses that haven’t noticed this phenomena. It irks all of us.

    Also, please do not tell me that we don’t provide healthcare for illegals. In our clinic we treat them with hundreds of thousands of dollars in medications and interpreters and it’s all on the taxpayers. I do have a heart and I feel bad for these people but a lot of our own people and veterans are going without while we are honestly giving cadillac healthcare to the illegals. We have to take care of our own first.

  • wbboei

    Seems like POTUS with the Mostest is making his enemies Toastest.
    ———–
    Marvelous turn of a phrase.

    I am ready to read Brennan his Miranda warnings, if I could find him.

    I expect that a citizen’s arrest would be permissible in these circumstances

    After seeing how no proactive big city police departments are in dealing with violent protests and arresting other criminals.

    Clapper should be put in handcuffs as well.

  • wbboei

    admin
    March 7, 2017 at 7:52 pm
    ——-
    How does this happen in the course of 24 hours, i.e.

    There is collision becomes I have no evidence of collusion?

    The Prisoners Dilemma

    Inside the intelligence community

    As more wiki leaks revelations

    Demonstrate to the world how out of control those agencies are

    So they tell the dims we there are too many holes in the dyke

    We need to abandon the narrative

    And you need to lie your way out of it

    Kooooooontz

  • wbboei

    Correction: So they tell the dims there are too many holes in the dike.

    I needed to correct that sentence so you would not assume that I was a black harvard trained congressman from Louisiana who is a disgrace to himself and to his party, for the comments he made about Kelly ann. He is a real black causcus bottom feeder. A bottom feeded in a pond chalk full of bottom feeders, or perhaps I should say catfish.

  • admin

    Yolanda posted this earlier. It’s an intriguing idea that bore interesting results when put into practice at liberal NYU:

    https://www.nyu.edu/about/news-publications/news/2017/march/trump-clinton-debates-gender-reversal.html

    What if Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Had Swapped Genders?
    A restaging of the presidential debates with an actress playing Trump and an actor playing Clinton yielded surprising results. [snip]

    Millions had tuned in to watch a man face off against a woman for the first set of co-ed presidential debates in American history. But how would their perceptions change, she wondered, if the genders of the candidates were switched? She pictured an actress playing Trump, replicating his words, gestures, body language, and tone verbatim, while an actor took on Clinton’s role in the same way. What would the experiment reveal about male and female communication styles, and the differing standards by which we unconsciously judge them? [snip]

    Salvatore cast fellow educational theatre faculty Rachel Whorton to play “Brenda King,” a female version of Trump, and Daryl Embry to play “Jonathan Gordon,” a male version of Hillary Clinton, and coached them as they learned the candidates’ words and gestures. [snip]

    Salvatore says he and Guadalupe began the project assuming that the gender inversion would confirm what they’d each suspected watching the real-life debates: that Trump’s aggression—his tendency to interrupt and attack—would never be tolerated in a woman, and that Clinton’s competence and preparedness would seem even more convincing coming from a man.

    But the lessons about gender that emerged in rehearsal turned out to be much less tidy. What was Jonathan Gordon smiling about all the time? And didn’t he seem a little stiff, tethered to rehearsed statements at the podium, while Brenda King, plainspoken and confident, freely roamed the stage? Which one would audiences find more likeable?

    The two sold-out performances of Her Opponent took place on the night of Saturday, January 28, just a week after President Trump’s inauguration and the ensuing Women’s March on Washington. [snip] “Most of the people there had watched the debates assuming that Ms. Clinton couldn’t lose. This time they watched trying to figure out how Mr. Trump could have won.”

    Inside the evening’s program were two surveys for each audience member to fill out—one for before the show, with questions about their impressions of the real-life Trump–Clinton debates, and another for afterward, asking about their reactions to the King–Gordon restaging. Each performance was also followed by a discussion, with Salvatore bringing a microphone around to those eager to comment on what they had seen.

    I’ve never had an audience be so articulate about something so immediately after the performance,” Salvatore says of the cathartic discussions. “For me, watching people watch it was so informative. People across the board were surprised that their expectations about what they were going to experience were upended.”

    Many were shocked to find that they couldn’t seem to find in Jonathan Gordon what they had admired in Hillary Clinton—or that Brenda King’s clever tactics seemed to shine in moments where they’d remembered Donald Trump flailing or lashing out. For those Clinton voters trying to make sense of the loss, it was by turns bewildering and instructive, raising as many questions about gender performance and effects of sexism as it answered. [snip]

    The other thing is that the sections she chose featured both solo speaking and cross-talk. We felt like that was an important element because Trump’s aggression—the way he uses the microphone—is present in the cross-talk and not as much in the other sections.

    We both thought that the inversion would confirm our liberal assumption—that no one would have accepted Trump’s behavior from a woman, and that the male Clinton would seem like the much stronger candidate. But we kept checking in with each other and realized that this disruption—a major change in perception—was happening. I had an unsettled feeling the whole way through.

    Based on the conversations after the performances, it sounded like audience members had their beliefs rattled in a similar way. What were some themes that emerged from their responses?

    We heard a lot of “now I understand how this happened”—meaning how Trump won the election. People got upset. There was a guy two rows in front of me who was literally holding his head in his hands, and the person with him was rubbing his back. The simplicity of Trump’s message became easier for people to hear when it was coming from a woman—that was a theme. One person said, “I’m just so struck by how precise Trump’s technique is.” Another—a musical theater composer, actually—said that Trump created “hummable lyrics,” while Clinton talked a lot, and everything she was was true and factual, but there was no “hook” to it. Another theme was about not liking either candidate—you know, “I wouldn’t vote for either one.” Someone said that Jonathan Gordon [the male Hillary Clinton] was “really punchable” because of all the smiling. And a lot of people were just very surprised by the way it upended their expectations about what they thought they would feel or experience. There was someone who described Brenda King [the female Donald Trump] as his Jewish aunt who would take care of him, even though he might not like his aunt. Someone else described her as the middle school principal who you don’t like, but you know is doing good things for you.

    So I think it was mostly the smiling piece—so many women have told me that they’re taught to smile through things that are uncomfortable. It’s been really powerful to hear women talk about that, and a learning experience for me. I was surprised by how critical I was seeing [Clinton] on a man’s body, and also by the fact that I didn’t find Trump’s behavior on a woman to be off-putting. I remember turning to Maria at one point in the rehearsals and saying, “I kind of want to have a beer with her!” The majority of my extended family voted for Trump. In some ways, I developed empathy for people who voted for him by doing this project, which is not what I was expecting. I expected it to make me more angry at them, but it gave me an understanding of what they might have heard or experienced when he spoke.

  • gonzotx

    A man holding his head in hands and having his back rubbed…snowflake

  • wbboei

    In typical big media fashion, Mort Zuckerman’s rag US News claims that the latest wiki leaks salvo which exposes CIA methods is highly problematic for Trump because he praised wiki leaks previously. Their blindess and short sightedness is showing.

    In point of fact, those revelations are manna from heaven for Trump for three (3) reasons:

    1. first, they show that his charges against Messiah Obama are not implausible

    2. second, they inform the public know that they too are at risk for these rogue agencies

    3. third, they will have a chilling effect on further attempts to spy on Americans

  • wbboei

    THE SMARTEST GUY IN WASHINGTON, MOST PEOPLE WOULD AGREE

    BRUCE FEIN

    HIS ADVICE IS SOLID GOLD

    AND YET AS I MY FRIEND AND I (THE SMART ONE) HAVE SAID SO OFTEN

    AND NOW ALL THE COMMENTERS ARE SAYING

    SHUT THE FUCK UP ALEX

    WE WANT TO HEAR WHAT THIS GUY SAYS

    KEEP YOUR DRIVEL TO YOURSELF, PLEASE ALEX

  • optimist

    https://youtu.be/cQcd41RO25k

    Barack Obama Admits he was born in Kenya Speech.
    Undeniable in video. Somehow this one was not scrubbed.

    I’m not sure how to post this…..

  • gonzotx

    This is very disturbing. They ( CIA-types) can hack into your car and maybe responsible for authors death per Wikileaks….
    Time to drive old non computer cars…

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/03/wikileaks-reveals-cia-ability-hack-cars-assassinations/

  • wbboei

    Admin: you must sit there watching those big media panel of douche bags say what they have been programmed and paid to say about current events, and never putting it all together and think what a bunch of incompetent assholes they are. Strike that. Qhat a bunch of incompetent over paid assholes they truly are. And when pressed about the legitimacy of their opinion, which they are never asked to defend on the merits, they invoke tell us their opinions supercede all others because they were Harvard trained and they work for mainstream media, and they are part of the beautiful people who comprise the political class.

    And the all the I say:

    Strike 1/ Strike 2/ Strike 3.

    Now get the fuck out of here.

    You fuckers are a wart on the nose of progress/

  • Seems like POTUS with the Mostest is making his enemies Toastest.

    LOL I love it Admin!! 🙂

  • S

    Isn’t is also interesting that Comey has not gotten the statement from the Justice Dept declaring Donald’s charge against O as false…and that part of the story is also starting to silently fade into the background

    something really strange about Comey…he is up to his neck in playing both sides for power…and probably at the vortex of many leaks…

    ***********************************************************

    anti-Trump media outlets got a scoop: Comey was demanding a Justice Department statement ­declaring Trump’s charge false.

    FYI…

    http://nypost.com/2017/03/07/jim-comey-asserting-power-like-no-one-in-history/#.

  • wbboei

    I can understand why big media would now rush to distance themselves from a narrative they have been promoting for months and to lie that they never advanced that narrative in the first place.

    First, there is no evidence to support it, second the motive behind the false narrative has been exposed, whistle blowers will out the leakers, and if big media stayed out on that limb it would be sawed out from under them.

    The public must not allow them to recover, and to move back to a position of safety. We must make sure they stay on that limb, twisting til it hurts.

  • wbboei

    Admin: Monica lays it all on the line here. Its not a limited war. It is total war.

  • wbboei

    What the latest round of wiki leaks reveals is that Brennan was accused Russia of doing the very thing the CIA was doing.

  • S

    two good ones for food for thought…

    http://www.americanthinker.com/blog/2017/03/are_the_democrats_scrambling_for_a_fall_guy_on_the_wiretap_of_trump_campaign.html#!

    http://www.americanthinker.com/articles/2017/03/trump_a_master_tactician_serves_filet_after_the_russian_souffl_collapses.html

    snip

    Scott Johnson at Powerline adds:

    “But if this is a story that has been out there for a while, why does Trump say he ‘just found out’? Sounds like at a minimum there are new developments. We will see.” John Hinderaker at the same site reports this may lead to the impeachment of the FISA judges who, after refusing to authorize such an improper tap months earlier, acquiesced to Obama when the second request was slightly narrowed.

    I think it not unlikely that the tapping occurred even before the FISA authorized any such thing, in which case the criminal charges should be damaging to many more than merely the FISA judges.

    If the Democrats were so worried about Trump they peddled the ludicrous Russian soufflé to an credulous press, how worried must they be now?

    ********************************************

    something tells me MS Loretta Lynch is up to her neck in all of this…with Ms J and Holder egging her on…

  • S

    of course they have been spying on Donald…why not, they are spying on everyone else…can’t even watch TV in peace anymore…

    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-4290926/British-spies-linked-CIA-WikiLeaks-reveals.html

  • gonzotx

    One more snake gone. Hopefully our own St Trump will lead them into the abyss as St Patrick did in dear old Ireland

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/08/acting-director-uscis-lori-scialabba-resigns-homeland-security/

  • Mormaer

    S
    March 8, 2017 at 2:04 pm
    something tells me MS Loretta Lynch is up to her neck in all of this…with Ms J and Holder egging her on

    She as Atty Gen with the authorization of the President was allowed to do it pursuant to 50 U.S. Code § 1802 but she would have had to lied or omitted some facts. https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/50/1802 This is probably what they did, it drug on too long, they got antsy, went to the FISA court and got turned down twice, lied again in a application and got it approved. They probably also carefully judge shopped for different judges each time so they wouldn’t catch on.

    Lynch’s weekend freakout calling for blood was a psychological scream for help and stress reaction when she realized she is the scapegoat and was used by Obama. She cannot flip because she is black so she is stuck.

    All of it will come out eventually. Everyone will have to turn on her or they are part of the conspiracy. President Trump’s White House counsel is tracking it down to prevent bureaucratic butt covering. Anyone with a brain is trying to make an appointment to tell the WH counsel what they know.

  • gonzotx

    The seven remaining Obama holdover bureaucrats on that list of eight who President Trump “can fire or remove at Homeland Security” include the following:

    2. David Grannis, Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Intelligence and Analysis in the Office of Intelligence and Analysis at the Department of Homeland Security.

    3. Tracy Renaud, Acting Deputy Director, Management Directorate, USCIS, DHS

    4. Daniel Renaud, Associate Director, Field Operations Directorate, USCIS, DHS

    5. Joanna Ruppel, Acting Associate Director, Refugee, Asylum and International Operations, USCIS, DHS

    6. Mark Borkowski, Assistant Commissioner for Technology Innovation and Acquisition, Customs and Border Patrol, DHS

    7. Seth M. Stodder, Assistant Secretary for Border, Immigration and Trade Policy, Office of Policy, Department of Homeland Security

    8. Mary E. Giovagnoli, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Border, Immigration and Trade Policy, Department of Homeland Security

    “I would bet that Scialabba will be joining a law team that will be filing lawsuits against Trump,” a source within the Department of Homeland Security tells Breitbart News.

  • admin

    Filthy women! A Day without a Woman would be a great thing without these animals:

    http://www.frontpagemag.com/fpm/266038/womens-strike-platform-calls-destruction-israel-ari-lieberman

    According to Breitbart News, many of the groups involved in organizing anti-Trump hate fests are financed by leftist billionaire George Soros through his “Open Society Foundations” organization.

    One such group has scheduled a “Day without a Woman” rally for March 8. The group’s organizers represent the who’s who of the radical left but two stand out as among the worst of a rancid bunch.

    The first is Angela Davis, a former Black Panther radical, unrepentant Marxist, notorious supporter of the BDS movement and purveyor of anti-Semitic canards, including the false claim that Israel practices Apartheid against Arabs.

    During the height of the Cold War, Davis openly cavorted and collaborated with autocrats from Cuba and the Soviet Union. Her notorious brushes with law enforcement are well known. In 1970 her mug landed on the FBI’s Most Wanted list. She earned that dubious distinction as a felonious fugitive in connection with her role in a bloody kidnapping-murder incident at a Marin County courtroom in California that left a judge dead and a prosecutor paralyzed for life.

    The second is Rasmieh Odeh. According to published reports, this vile woman has at least nine aliases. For those unfamiliar, a summary of Odeh’s life of terror, Jew-hatred and fraud can be found here. She was a member of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and in 1969, helped place a bomb in a Jerusalem supermarket that killed two Jewish youth in their early 20s. She served 10 years for her role in the plot but was released in a prisoner swap. Eventually, Odeh made her way to the U.S. where she fraudulently obtained citizenship by lying about her past during the naturalization process. Her criminal case is currently pending before the federal courts.

    With malevolent organizers like that, it comes as no surprise that among the group’s litany of demands is a call for “the decolonization of Palestine” and the dismantling of “all walls, from prison walls to border walls, from Mexico to Palestine.” It is rather ironic that a feminist protest, which ostensibly seeks to advance woman’s rights, chooses a platform that delegitimizes and demonizes the only nation in the Mideast that protects women’s rights. The platform defies reason but then again, leftist anti-Semites are prone to anything but reason. Theirs is an ideology that is rooted in the same form of fascism that drives the radical right.

    If the Democratic Party has an ounce of decency left in its decayed coffers, it would unequivocally disavow the organizers of the March 8th event and repudiate their platform. Sadly and predictably, with leaders like Keith Ellison, Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders – who either share the pernicious views of Davis and Odeh or are too craven to oppose them – this will not occur.

    We could not believe this so we checked. We went to the “platform” site. Indeed, it does call for what the article claims. Any woman who participates in today’s abomination “strike” is either an idiot who is too stupid to be responsible for her behavior and should be locked up in a psychiatric ward, or a filthy leftist – abusing idiot women who are too stupid to be responsible for their behavior and should be locked up in a psychiatric ward.

    https://www.womenstrikeus.org/our-platform/

  • admin

    Another filthy woman:

    http://www.cnsnews.com/blog/michael-w-chapman/obamas-top-adviser-valerie-jarrett-her-dad-maternal-grandpa-and-father-law

    FBI files obtained by the government watchdog group Judicial Watch reveal that the father, maternal grandfather, and father-in-law of President Barack Obama’s closest adviser, Valerie Jarrett, “were hardcore Communists under investigation by the U.S. government.”

    Valerie Jarrett, who served as President Obama’s senior adviser and as director of the Office of Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs at the White House (2009-2017), reportedly recently moved in to the Obama home in Northwest D.C. Jarrett was divorced in 1988 and has not remarried.

    According to Judicial Watch, Jarrett’s father, Dr. James E. Bowman, a pathologist and geneticist, “had extensive ties to Communist associations and individuals.” The FBI files obtained by Judicial Watch show that “in 1950, Bowman was in communication with a paid Soviet agent Alfred Stern, who fled to Prague after getting charged with espionage.” [snip]

    Valerie Jarrett’s father-in-law, Vernon Jarrett (1917-2004), “was also another big-time Chicago Communist,” according to FBI files obtained by Judicial Watch. “For a period of time Vernon Jarrett appeared on the FBI’s Security Index and was considered a potential Communist saboteur who was to be arrested in the event of a conflict with the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR),” reported Judicial Watch.

    According to the FBI documents, Vernon Jarrett’s job was to “write propaganda for a Communist Party front group in Chicago that would ‘disseminate the Communist Party line among … the middle class.

    How does someone like this filthy woman get national security clearance? Obviously the vetting process is too lax in areas that demand political correctness. This lax vetting explains why Wikileaks can penetrate the highest security agency in the country.

  • admin

    As a follow-up to the switcheroo presentation of Hillary and Trump here are some two additional mind-blowing Donald Trumps: Urbane Trump with British accent, and um, “gay” Trump.

  • matthew77

    BRUCE FEIN

    HIS ADVICE IS SOLID GOLD

    ————

    I was able to watch only the first half of the interview. Alex’s constant interruptions were driving me crazy.

    I love Alex, but he really needs to learn how to zip it.

    Fein made two main points in the first half of the interview:

    (1) Personnel is policy. Trump needs to get rid of the Obama staffers in the 2nd and 3rd tier of his administration, and replace them with his own people.

    (2) Trump should not let himself get distracted by incoming agitprop. He should just press forward with his agenda; the agitprop will recede into the background.

    I basically agree with this. Trump and his surrogates should proclaim, repeatedly and loudly, that these Russian innuendoes are bullshit.

    There’s not a scintilla of evidence to support them, and that the administration is not interested in discussing the matter further.

    On the other hand, I think Trump DOES need to keep prosecuting Towergate.

    The goal is to utterly destroy, ex post facto, the legitimacy of the Obama administration.

    The question is: How does Trump press forward with his aggressive agenda, without getting bogged down in his investigation of Obama?

    Watergate stretched on for 2+ years. During that time, that’s all that people could talk about. Nothing got done.

    How do we prevent that from happening this time?

  • admin

  • matthew77

    Admin: Monica lays it all on the line here. Its not a limited war. It is total war.

    ———-

    I have recently come around to this view.

    When Trump first won, I thought it was important for him (and us) to reach across the aisle.

    No more.

    The country is now implacably divided into red precincts and blue precincts.

    Rural vs. Urban.

    God-fearing vs. Atheist.

    Nationalist vs. Globalist.

    These differences are irreconcilable.

    We are headed for some type of war — civil or revolutionary.

    Probably civil, but it will be an unusual type of civil war.

    Not North vs. South, but Urban vs. Rural.

    Fortunately, the enemy is densely concentrated in cities, where they will be easy to kill.

    Maybe the angels can hold back the four winds a little while longer.

    But I just don’t see this ending well.

  • I hear talk about a Big possible earthquake, In California. Maybe that could get rid of a few Nuts. 😀

  • matthew77

    Well, admin, things have come to a pretty pass when big media not only lies about the truth but lies about their lies, such as no news organization ever claimed that there were ties between the Russians and Trump.
    ———–
    They’re playing the same game as Obama, with his non-denial denial.

    “We never said there were ties between the Russians and Trump. We said that SOURCES IN THE INTEL COMMUNITY believed there were ties.”

    It’s the same game Bill Clinton played during the Lewinsky scandal:

    “There is no improper relationship.”

    Not necessarily a lie. It depends on what the meaning of “is” is.

    How I loathe these disgusting liars and cowards.

  • Tony Stark

    admin
    March 7, 2017 at 9:04 pm
    —————————————
    Perhaps this is a good sign for Marine Le Pen, who is trying to be the Trump of France in their April elections.

  • Outris

    admin
    March 8, 2017 at 3:32 pm
    —–
    Linwood Kaine Looks like a fine upstanding young man.

  • admin

    Jobs, jobs, jobs. Good paying Jobs, jobs, jobs. That’s what President Trump has to produce to defeat the opposition.

    http://www.cnbc.com/2017/03/08/private-sector-jobs-february-2017-adp.html

    Companies added jobs at a blistering pace in February, with a notable shift away from the service-sector positions that have dominated hiring for years, according to a report Wednesday.

    Employment in the private sector surged by 298,000 for the month, with goods producers adding 106,000, ADP and Moody’s Analytics said. Construction jobs swelled by 66,000 and manufacturing added 32,000.

    The total shattered market expectations of 190,000, according to economists surveyed by ADP. The blockbuster report also solidified market expectations for the Fed to hike interest rates next week. Probability for an increase jumped to 91 percent after the release, according to the CME.

  • admin

    Jobs but no work from Big Media whiners:

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-journalism/2017/03/07/wapo-trump-may-outlast-white-house-press-corps-with-unsustainable-pace/?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social

    Erik Wemple frets that the journalists tasked with covering Donald Trump’s White House are growing weary thanks to the “unsustainable” pace the president is setting — with long days, “ruined weekends,” and “unpredictable” moves.

    From the Washington Post:

    President Trump has attempted to undercut the U.S. media in a number of ways — by calling them the “enemy”; by denying coverage credentials to certain outlets during his campaign; by telling falsehoods and lying; by siccing his aides on reporters. As we close in on two months of the Trump White House, however, another strategy may be emerging: Outlast the media.

    April D. Ryan, White House correspondent and Washington bureau chief for American Urban Radio Networks, tells this blog that “this pace of covering this new president is unsustainable for the long haul.” That comment came amid a news-filled weekend that wasn’t supposed to be that way. According to a White House official quoted in The Post, Saturday was supposed to be a “down day, pretty quiet.” Someone forgot to tell Trump, who unleashed his now-famous string of tweets alleging involvement by former president Barack Obama in a Trump Tower wiretapping expedition.

    All of a sudden, a down day for White House aides as well as for journalists became a tangle of tweets and phone calls and URLs. And this was a Saturday — a day when journalists could once unplug with minimal risk of missing a big story. “Nothing happens on Saturday,” wrote former Bloomberg staffer Dawn Kopecki in a widely read memo to colleagues. “We have very little readership and we’re often paying editors to kill time by surfing the Web.” That was 2015.

    Trump works (in both senses of the word). Big Media whines.

  • matthew77

    Erik Wemple frets that the journalists tasked with covering Donald Trump’s White House are growing weary thanks to the “unsustainable” pace the president is setting — with long days, “ruined weekends,” and “unpredictable” moves.
    ———-
    Probably not a deliberate strategy on Trump’s part.

    Just the fortuitous side-effect of having a president who has spent a lifetime working at real jobs.

  • wbboei

    gonzotx
    March 8, 2017 at 2:35 pm
    The seven remaining Obama holdover bureaucrats on that list of eight who President Trump “can fire or remove at Homeland Security” include the following:
    ——–7 traitors who would do in the republic for thirty pieces of silver. Soros makes 8.

  • wbboei

    matthew77
    March 8, 2017 at 3:45 pm
    ——–
    You are correct in saying that the country is hopelessly divided. The state of California has a very different culture, economy, ethnic mix etc. from Montana. And neither can or will live under the rules of the foreign state. The same is true within those states—in California, its the difference between Bakersfied and San Franciso, in Montana its the difference between Cut Bank and the peoples republic of Missoula. And because of the desire of both political parties to lock in core constituencies, both groups gravitate toward the extremes. The answer is neither immediate, nor complete. But the crux of it is devolution. Fortunately, our federal system provides part of the answer. The federal government, and all those who feed on it, must be pruned back to a limited set of powers, and the remaining ones must be transferred back to the states. And within the states, power must be transferred back to the rural areas to create a new equilibrium.*

    The wikileaks revealtions about the police state tactics of the deep state, explained rather well by Judge Neopolitano, if they lead to televised congressional hearings prefaced by lard ass Schumer grinning like a possum eating shit out of a hair brush as he says don’t ever cross the intelligence community because they have six ways to go after you etc. should raise awareness of what is really going on, and why we have ceased to be a republic. The question raised by Bruce Fein above it the right one: are we to be ruled by a bevy of self serving guardians, or by the will of the people expressed at the ballot box. That question should be burned permanently on the foreheads of every big media asshole who covers those hearing so he or she never forgets.

    *http://buchanan.org/blog/secession-solution-cultural-war-126571

  • wbboei

    The Convention of States is working on a framework to achieve that sort of devolution.

  • wbboei

    The CIA must be abolished.

    They have become a flesh eating virus, consuming their host.

    Those functions can be transferred to the military.

    Here is Roger Simon’s thoughts on that subject:
    ——
    Our hope, for now, is in the congressional investigations of the intelligence community, but it’s hard to have much confidence in them. The media, of course, is ludicrous. They have clearly become the witting/unwitting lackeys of all manner of leakers from any number of intelligence agencies. It’s become dizzying as the internal contradictions mount up daily. (Who told you there was a FISA order again? Oh, wait…) The New York Times and the Washington Post, among others, have reached self-parody in their cock-eyed denials of what they asserted only weeks ago, while the CIA grows progressively more partisan and ominously totalitarian in its values and methods.

    Pretty soon every citizen is going to need a SCIF (Sensitive Compartmentalized Information Facility) of his or her own.

    Whatever the case, we all have to do some serious thinking — way beyond the general superficiality and contrived drama of congressional hearings or indeed the quick in-and-out of an op-ed. What is being revealed here is a sea change in the human condition that is almost evolutionary in its implications. What are our lives like without the presumption of privacy? What kind of creatures will we become in this brave new world that appears already to have arrived? It’s not fun to contemplate. Even the medieval peasantry had moments of escape from their feudal lords.

  • Lu4PUMA

    Sharia Linda leads the way with arrests on International Women’s Day.

    http://time.com/4695840/womens-march-arrests-trump-hotel/

    I really can’t find any pictures of the crowd.

    The Women’s March website looks to be about everything but women’s rights.

    I think more women are realizing the movement has been subverted.

  • gonzotx

    The women don’t realize the “movement” has been subverted, I think they went on their Pu$$y walk and now are back to life as they knew it, thinking they made some difference, cause they were told by Ashley and madonna .
    The hardcore are mainly out there now, never underestimate how lazy we have become.

    That’s why 5% can look like a movement when it is not.

  • wbboei

    Larry Johnson’s take:

    Here is the bottomline. There are multiple media reports that the Obama Administration tried repeatedly to get authorization to “wiretap” Donald Trump and his associates. There are at least two reports that the White House was fully aware of these actions. There is no evidence, other than the report from CrowdStrike, that Russia actually hacked the DNC computer and then passed the material to Julian Assange or someone at Wikileaks. Yet, much of the media and many pundits prefer the lie over the truth.

    The attempt of people within the Department of Justice and the CIA to try to defeat and discredit Donald Trump is in the process of being fully exposed. Yesterday’s Wikileaks dump provides an additional piece of evidence that is going to help put a noose around Democrat partisans with access to classified material. Stay tuned.

  • TerryDo

    Am I the only one that after signing in, there is this annoying piece of music playing?

    Or is someone messing with your blog?

  • Tony Stark

    That video of Kaine’s delinquent son was playing automatically.

  • holdthemaccountable

    admin
    March 8, 2017 at 3:32 pm
    ——————
    Even more detail:
    3 cops, pepper spray used in arrest of Sen. Tim Kaine’s son near Trump rally at Capitol
    1 of 9
    Linwood Woody Kaine, son of U.S. Sen. and Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine. Photo courtesy of the Ramsey County Sheriff’s Office.
    Clad in black and wearing a mask, the youngest son of Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine wrested himself from the cop and then “squared off” with him.
    Woody Kaine, 24, was among five masked, black-garbed people suspected of lobbing a smoke bomb minutes earlier inside the Minnesota Capitol rotunda Saturday afternoon.
    Officers had chased him down, but Kaine wasn’t about to submit, according to a more detailed account provided Wednesday by St. Paul police.
    In the end, it took three cops, a “knee strike” and a chemical spray to subdue Kaine after he was identified as one of the counterprotesters who allegedly used fireworks or a smoke bomb to disrupt a rally in support of President Donald Trump at the Minnesota State Capitol, according to police spokesman Steve Linders.
    ________________________________________
    NEW: Videos show smoke bomb thrown during Trump rally at Capitol, protesters ordered out
    ________________________________________
    Linwood Michael Kaine, who attended Carleton College and lives in Minneapolis, and four others were arrested on suspicion of second-degree riot after the “March 4 Trump” rally in St. Paul. A sixth person was cited for disorderly conduct. Counterprotesters — some with apparent anti-fascist and anarchist leanings — clashed with Trump supporters in the Capitol rotunda after they disrupted the permitted event with air horns, whistles and chants. Video of the scene shows a black-clad person wearing ski goggles lobbing the smoke bomb, which allegedly struck a 61-year-old woman. She was uninjured, police said.
    None of the five has been charged. While the Ramsey County attorney’s office has said “there were insufficient facts to prove felony-level riot,” the case remains an “active investigation,” according to the Minnesota State Patrol. St. Paul City Attorney Samuel Clark said his office is investigating the case for possible misdemeanor charges.
    KAINE’S ARREST
    Here’s how Woody Kaine’s arrest went down:
    [blow by blow at the link]

    http://www.twincities.com/2017/03/07/son-of-sen-tim-kaine-one-of-six-arrested-during-trump-rally-at-state-capitol-last-weekend/

  • wbboei

    This will answer a lot of questions.

    Patriots within the CIA were behind the publication of CIA methods revelations.

    Obama is a CIA plant, which I have always assumed.

    Its all here . . .

  • lorac

    admin, that video of Tim Kaine’s son (3:32 pm) starts playing anytime you open or refresh the page….

  • admin

    Interesting take on ESPN’s leftward lurch:

    http://www.outkickthecoverage.com/espn-cutting-nearly-100-million-in-on-air-talent-030617

    ESPN Cutting Nearly $100 Million In On-Air Talent
    The cuts continue at ESPN as dwindling subscriber numbers threaten ESPN’s sports dominance.

    Two years ago ESPN cut several hundred behind the scenes jobs to save hundreds of millions of dollars in yearly costs. Since that time ESPN’s subscriber losses have accelerated, averaging over three million lost subscribers a year. Now new jobs cuts are coming, only this time you’re likely to know some of the casualties — Outkick has heard from a variety of different sources that ESPN is cutting up to $100 million in on-air salaries.

    Yep, on air. This means you’re going to know many of the people leaving the network.

    The cuts will come via buyouts and expiring contracts that won’t be renewed and when those layoffs start becoming apparent many will recognize that what Outkick has been writing for a couple of years now — ESPN is in a world of trouble and doesn’t know how to stem a rapidly collapsing business model.

    ESPN’s collapse is the biggest story in sports yet most still haven’t realized it.

    That business collapse at ESPN has caused a panic at the network, a desperate grab for relevance that has led to a pronounced leftward move. ESPN’s trying desperately to stay relevant as ratings collapse and subscribers flee. The decision? “We’ll be MSESPN, the home for far left wing politics and sports!” Only, it’s not working.

    Maybe it will take dozens of on-air talent leaving ESPN for cost reasons to bring this lesson home.

    ESPN and sports finance details at link.

  • wbboei

    Apparently, the CIA was posing as Russians and trying to take down Trump.

    Corsi believes Trump should shut down the entire agency immediately.

    Because they have gone rogue, and no American is safe from them.

    The Vault 7 revelations should be the kiss of death for that agency.

    Because they have become the enemy within, and as cesspool of corruption

    They have crossed the line into sedition, and that should be enough to yank their charter.

    He also believes Trump should take down Soros permanently.

    My friend believes the looting of Fannie May and Freddy Mack by Obama in order to subsidize insurance companies who were losing money hand over fist with Obamacare is the biggest scandal of all.

    I am not sure I agree with her only because there are so many scandals, none of which big media will touch because they remain four square behind Obama. Big media loves Obama and Soros more than ever. Almost as much as they hate the middle class.

  • lorac

    Lu – the movement was subverted once intersectionality became popular. Women’s Studies departments have become about every cause but women for probably 20 years. I think you’re right that more women may be becoming aware, but I think it’s because showing their hand in such public spaces as marches and protests is much more obvious than cloistered within university Women’s Studies departments.

  • gonzotx

    I don’t think the women of the 60s ,70s, or 80s, that protested in their little pink hats , have any idea what the millennial women are protesting for, or that they were there for very different reasons. For that matter, I don’t think the millennial’s care one iota about women’s rights. Its become extremely militant , anti white, anti-male, anti-American, anti-Jewish, pro Palestinian pro Muslim.
    The majority of women marching around with their pu$$y hats on were angry with Trump winning and thought they were there for some vague “Women’s rights”, which really meant, leave Roe vs Wade alone.
    They haven’t a clue about women’s rights being human rights. That American flag hijab poster and those idiots wearing flags as hijabs tells you all you need to know .
    Burkas take away women’s identity, Sharia law takes away their rights, stoning takes away their lives…
    Wearing an American flag as a hijab…well that’s just so darn cool!

  • gonzotx

    One year ago American student and veteran Taylor Force stabbed to death by Palestinian Terrorist
    William A. Jacobson | 3/8/2017 – 10:30pm
    When anti-Israel students on campus chant “Long Live the Intifada,” remember Taylor Force.

    On May 8, 2016, American tourist and veteran Taylor Force was stabbed to death by a Palestinian terrorist while on a trip to Israel.

    We reported at the time, Vanderbilt U. student stabbed to death by Palestinian as Biden visits Israel:

    Resuming a pattern seen during the Second Intifada, and intermittently since then, there was a wave of terror attacks launched by Palestinians just as a major diplomatic event was occurring, in this case the arrival of Vice President Joe Biden.

    There were several knife and gun attacks today, the most deadly being in Jaffa, just south of Tel Aviv and a frequent tourist stop.

    American veteran and Vanderbilt University student Taylor Force was stabbed to death, and his wife seriously injured.

    The sad news was announced by Vanderbilt University Chancellor Nicholas S. Zeppos:

    It is with extreme sadness that I write to inform you that Taylor Force, a student at our Owen Graduate School of Management, was fatally wounded March 8 in a stabbing attack while on an Owen school trip to Tel Aviv, Israel. All other Vanderbilt students, faculty and staff on the trip are safe…..

    This video shows the terrorist trying to escape. Fortunately, he was shot dead before he could kill anyone else, though accordingly to the Jerusalem Post he did manage to wound several others:

    On Friday, March 11, 2016, a service was held for him at Ben Gurion Airport as his body was being sent back to the United States for burial. Former Knesset member Rabbi Dov Lipman arranged the ceremony and officiated, and he was joined by William Grant, Deputy Chief of Missions at the US Embassy in Israel and US Army representatives in Israel.

    A memorial also was held at Vanderbilt:

    The Taylor Force Act proposed legislation seeks to cut off funds from the Palestinian Authority for its policy of paying the families of terrorists. The Free Beacon reports on the reintroduction of the legislation:

    The White House is signaling its support for a new congressional effort to cut all U.S. funding to the Palestinian Authority due to its continued support of terrorism against Israelis and Americans, according to senior lawmakers and senior White House officials.

    Leading lawmakers in the House and Senate gathered Tuesday on Capitol Hill to introduce legislation that would cut all U.S. funding to the Palestinian government, which has been criticized for providing financial incentives to terrorists who kill American and Israeli civilians.

    The White House signaled its support for the legislation in a vast departure from the Obama administration, which worked against similar efforts when in power.

    The murder of Taylor Force was part of what became known as the “Knife Intifada,” in which stabbings became the hallmark of Palestinian attacks.

    When anti-Israel students on campus, such as these students at UT-Austin, chant “Long Live the Intifada,” remember Taylor Force.

  • gonzotx

    There are several videos over at legalinsurrection I couldn’t bring over regarding Taylor Force if you want to go there and check them out.
    Austin has a large and growing Muslim community now, so it’s no surprise to see one video at the University with its anti Jewish rants.

  • Lu4PUMA

    I saw Lyin’ Ryan on Tucker Carlson last night about the gopers healthcare plan. Carson asked some very effective questions about the tax of the wealth being immediately removed, and the 30% penalty that replaces the flat rate penalty of Obamacare. Ryan had all kinds of rationalizations and justifications. It sounded like the crap they pulled to justify the TPP. That man is obtuse to the needs of the public and serves is corporaat donner masters. My blood is still boiling.

    Instead of the liberal wealth extraction machine, we have the conservative wealth extractions machine. Somebody has to pay. It is the price that is too high. If this health insurance industry cannot do the job – FIRE THEM!!!!!

  • gonzotx

    HOW DEMOCRATS BROUGHT A MUSLIM CHILD MOLESTER TO AMERICA
    Another young victim of the Left’s war against common sense immigration security.
    March 9, 2017 Daniel Greenfield 36
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    Daniel Greenfield, a Shillman Journalism Fellow at the Freedom Center, is a New York writer focusing on radical Islam.

    When Tanveer Hussain and Abid Khan weren’t allowed into the United States, they blamed President Trump. So did the media outlets that covered the story. The controversial Democrat mayor of Saranac Lake reached out to fellow New York party members Senator Charles Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand. They leaned on the local embassy and Hussain and Khan were waved through.

    “Still a country that welcomes athletes from across the globe,” Senator Schumer’s statement read. The statement, shared on Hussain’s Facebook page, declared, “So proud of the town of Saranac Lake for their efforts and their open hearts.”

    Below it was a photo of Tanveer Hussain surrounded by Saranac Lake Middle School students. The seventh graders had been drafted to write letters to Schumer and Gillibrand on Hussain’s behalf.

    “We came in and talked to a small group of kids. I said, ‘This is bothering me. Is it bothering anyone else?’” Amy Jones, their teacher, had insisted.

    There’s no way to know if it bothered the children, but it bothered Amy Jones. And before long the children were enlisted in the campaign to bring Hussain to America. The campaign worked. And now here he was. Mayor Clyde Rabideau moderated the session with the children and the accused abuser.

    Abid Khan, Hussain’s coach, talked to them about Kashmir. He told them that Kashmir was just like Saranac Lake. “Pack your bags. Next year, you are coming to Kashmir,” he said.

    Later Hussain’s brother would explain one difference between Saranac Lake and Kashmir. “In Kashmir, we have a tradition of showing love to children,” he said.

    Kashmir’s idea of showing love to children was very different than that of Saranac Lake. Tanveer Hussain would be charged with molesting a 12-year-old girl who was a student at the school. Based on her age there is a high probability that she had been one of the children writing letters on his behalf to Schumer and Gillibrand. One of the children smiling cheerfully in the photos with the alleged Muslim abuser.

    The adults who led her community should have protected her. Instead they betrayed her.

    When Abid told Mayor Clyde Rabideau that his visa had been denied, he was furious. “This will not stand. Do not give up! We will do all we can,” he assured Khan.

    The transcript appeared on the Facebook page of Saranac Lake Trustee Rich Shapiro. Mayor Clyde Rabideau created a GoFundMe campaign that raised $1,625 for Hussain and Khan’s travel expenses and had provided regular updates and encouragement for the fundraiser. Now all mentions of Hussain have vanished from the mayor’s page. But Hussain’s page still shows him with his arm around his benefactor.

    After Hussain was arrested for abusing a little girl, Shapiro bailed him out and hosted him at his house.

    Shapiro is a vocal opponent of President Trump. President Trump had tried to keep the likes of Hussain out of America. The president had tried to protect a little girl in Saranac Lake from being molested.

    Rich Shapiro instead tried to protect Hussain from being photographed by putting his hands in front of the camera. And that too is the choice we all face. Some of us protect little girls. Others protect the likes of Hussain.

    “I think it could have provided an opportunity for cultural enrichment for our local community,” Jim Tucker of Paul Smith’s College had objected when Hussain’s visa was denied.

    Tucker was one of those thanked for their help in getting Hussain into this country. And Tucker would go on defending Hussain even after everything that happened.

    It’s hard to give up on your cultural enrichment.

    The welcome wagon for Hussain’s brand of cultural enrichment had been rolled out as soon as he arrived. Fred Mazzeo, the owner of the Porcupine, a local inn, picked them up at the airport and hosted them. He took a selfie with them in the car on the way from the airport.

    “That’s SL mojo and that is the kind of mojo that makes SL special,” Mayor Clyde Rabideau cheered.

    The inn was where the Muslim guest allegedly repaid the generosity of the people of Saranac Lake by molesting one of their daughters. It takes a special kind of mojo to do that.

    A special reception was held by the mayor. Restaurants offered them free meals. The locals of Saranac Lake were eager to get their picture taken with him. Even after Hussain was arrested, some continued to defend him and to blame the little girl.

    Abid Khan, Hussain’s coach, has been the loudest in smearing the victim. He described the little girl as a “nutcase”. He claimed that “there was no contact at all” and that since Hussain didn’t speak English, he couldn’t be expected to know that the 12-year-old girl was a minor.

    The Adirondack Daily Enterprise ran Khan’s attack on a young victim of child abuse. Then it penned an editorial in support of having brought Hussain to this country.

    “We urge our friends, neighbors and other readers to return to holding their heads high and setting a good example for their children, as Saranac Lakers did with the kindness and generosity they showed to Hussain and countryman.”

    What better way could there be of setting a good example for our children than by bringing foreigners over to molest them? And then running their smears against the victim?

    The excuses are all too familiar from Rotherham where the authorities also took the side of the abusers over the victimized girls until the outrage at the atrocities could not be suppressed any longer.

    In New York, there were excuses, but no apologies from the offices of Schumer or Gillibrand. Nor were there any from the local authorities.

    “We have a compassionate community that understood the importance of allowing Tanveer the opportunity to race here, and a great local effort allowed that to happen and it was the right thing to do at the time,” Mayor Clyde Rabideau said.

    How can the right thing be the thing that leads to the sexual abuse of a little girl? Such are the inscrutable mysteries of allowing people into the country who were meant to be kept out.

    But you can’t make a social justice omelet without destroying some children.

    Bringing Hussain and Khan to America made some people feel good about themselves. Their narcissistic do-goodery led to the alleged abuse of a little girl, traumatizing her, her parents and her family members. It led to a criminal matter that will cost the locals a significant amount of money.

    That’s the price we pay when we ignore common sense and let the wolf into the henhouse.

    “It’s a tumultuous time for people traveling to the U.S., particularly from countries that are Muslim,” Rabideau had complained.

    “A blanket ban is wrong,” Abid Khan had groused. “We are peace loving persons and want to spend our life playing, enjoying and in harmony.”

    Senator Kirsten Gillibrand whined in her memoir that she had been called “chubby”. What happened to that little girl because of her intervention was far worse than a wealthy and powerful politician being called a mean name at the gym.

    Senator Schumer wept when he denounced President Trump’s plan to keep America safe. He had no tears to spare for the little girl molested because of his intervention on behalf of her Muslim abuser.

    “Tears are running down the cheeks of the Statue of Liberty tonight,” he intoned. There were no tears running down the green copper façade of the statue overlooking Manhattan. There were real tears running down the face of a little girl in a village west of Lake Placid.

    The left thrives on its moral narcissism. It parades around its false spectacles of victimhood. But its policies leave behind real victims. When the left fought against President Trump’s common sense immigration security reforms, a little girl in a village in New York became one of its many victims.

  • gonzotx

    If true, we have found the son of Satan…
    One has to wonder what they had on the Pope…

    Strange times indeed

    http://www.breitbart.com/national-security/2017/03/08/italian-archbishop-suggests-pope-benedict-xvi-resigned-obama-pressures/

  • The process to R and R.

  • jbstonesfan

    Not one Democratic sans Menendez., voted for Friedman!!! All Republicans’ did. What a disgrace, particularly for the Jewish members.I now will formally apologize for voting for Hillary. The Democratic party is clearly virulently anti-Israeli. When Schumer, Cardin, Franken, Feinstein and others don’t vote for a man dedicated to Israeli security I cannot vote for someone whom I was dedicated my entire adult life to.

  • After the meeting. 😀

  • Lu4PUMA

    FISA Warrant

  • blowme0bama

    jbstonesfan

    March 9, 2017 at 4:17 pm

    Not one Democratic sans Menendez., voted for Friedman!!! All Republicans’ did. What a disgrace, particularly for the Jewish members.I now will formally apologize for voting for Hillary
    _______________________________

    Accepted. Now, get over the eeyore-ism and MAGA!!

  • holdthemaccountable

    Tennessee #TrumpTrain Join @POTUS next Wed, 3/15- 6:30pm at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium! Tix: https://www.donaldjtrump.com/schedule/

  • matthew77

    Corsi believes Trump should shut down the entire agency immediately.

    Because they have gone rogue, and no American is safe from them.

    The Vault 7 revelations should be the kiss of death for that agency.

    Because they have become the enemy within, and as cesspool of corruption

    They have crossed the line into sedition, and that should be enough to yank their charter.

    ———–

    Yep. The CIA seems to be rotten to the core. It can’t be fixed.

    Time to shut down the whole fucking mess, and start over.

    And do we really need a new agency?

    Or can we just add an espionage division to an existing agency?

  • matthew77

    By its very nature, the CIA has access to extraordinarily powerful tools, and yet is protected by secrecy.

    Add to this witches’ brew a permanent bureaucracy that survives changes of administration, and you have a disaster waiting to happen.

    It’s no surprise that the CIA’s absolute power has corrupted absolutely.

    How should a new organization be structured so this can’t happen again?

  • Tony Stark

    He is the only one who can troll Obama without fear of being called a birther.

    http://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2017/03/breaking-malik-obama-tweets-alleged-barack-obama-birth-certificate-kenya/

  • Lu4PUMA

    Well, Trumpcare is not being well received. Somebody hits hard times and can’t afford health insurance, gets hit with the 30% hike when they try to get back on their feet and get in.

    Ryan is claiming that the lack of continuous coverage was why Obamacare failed. What a corporate sack of shit. Obamacare failed because it made people buy crap to support the corporate welfare system. Now he wants to do the same thing with Trumpcare. The system is plain corporate welfare at the public’s expense.

    Let them have a 10% non-continuous penalty and open the field up to interstate competition, like Trump said.

    Why should we pay these corporations to hire people to deny us coverage and deny us the newest, best available treatments under the pretext they are “experimental”? They are a horror with their cancer industry and backwards treatment of women’s health issues.

    It is time for tar and feathers.

  • admin

    Update: As we write below, “if there was any death drop evidence against Donald Trump that would have finished him off, that drop dead evidence would have been dropped a few days before the election.” Rolling Stone looney Matt Taibbi, after calling President Trump a “pig” and a “menace”, pretty much says the same thing as us in his warning to Big Media:

    Why the Russia Story Is a Minefield for Democrats and the Media [snip]

    This is the former Director of National Intelligence telling all of us that as of 12:01 a.m. on January 20th, when he left government, the intelligence agencies had no evidence of collusion between Donald Trump’s campaign and the government of Vladimir Putin’s Russia.
    Virtually all of the explosive breaking news stories on the Trump-Russia front dating back months contain some version of this same disclaimer. [snip]

    In the extant case, whether the investigation involved a potential Logan Act violation, or election fraud, or whatever, the CIA, FBI, and NSA had the ability to act both before and after Donald Trump was elected. But they didn’t, and we know why, because James Clapper just told us – they didn’t have evidence to go on.

    It’s an inversion of T.R. ‘speak loudly ’cause you got a little stick’. Why would the Obama Dimocrats and Big Media make such a loud noise if they got nothing? Among others, try Alinsky Rule # 9 The threat is usually more terrifying than the thing itself.”

    Taibbi notes how Big Media seasons its nothing-burger with phrases such as “so far” “to date” and “as yet” to hold out Obama style false hope that someday something will be found to stop the unstoppable President Donald J. Trump.

    Speaking of threats and our call for a “Truth Commission” our newly minted Attorney General Jeff Sessions has a doozy – Attorney General Jeff Sessions suggested Thursday that he would be open to the appointment of an outside counsel to review actions taken by the Justice Department during the Obama administration. Ay Caramba!

    Speaking of Truth Commissions, Obama, and threats:


    Yeah, we know it’s years old. But you want to stir sh*t up Barack? Hows yo mama?

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  • admin

    Ben Smith’s Buzzfeed fears the lack of buzz by Dims:

    https://www.buzzfeed.com/alimwatkins/the-people-investigating-russias-role-in-the-election-worry?utm_term=.pdGYQ4we2#.kxgkL2VD3

    Even some Democrats on the Intelligence Committee now quietly admit, after several briefings and preliminary inquiries, they don’t expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Trump campaign and known Russian intelligence operatives, though investigators have only just begun reviewing raw intelligence. Among the Intelligence Committee’s rank and file, there’s a tangible frustration over what one official called “wildly inflated” expectations surrounding the panel’s fledgling investigation.

    Since the probe was first announced in December — days after the FBI and CIA told Congress they believed the Kremlin had worked to elect Trump — political infighting has fundamentally shifted its mandate. Instead of a surgically precise examination of the raw intelligence that led US agencies to conclude the Kremlin attempted to tilt the election, the Intelligence Committee investigation has quickly become the catch-all for any politician’s lingering questions related to Moscow. Now, several committee sources grudgingly say, it feels as though the investigation will be seen as a sham if the Senate doesn’t find a silver bullet connecting Trump and Russian intelligence operatives.

    I don’t think the conclusions are going to meet people’s expectations,” a second official said.

    They got nothing but high Obama hopes soon to be dashed by Trump reality.

  • matthew77

    Even some Democrats on the Intelligence Committee now quietly admit, after several briefings and preliminary inquiries, they don’t expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Trump campaign and known Russian intelligence operatives…
    ——–
    Aww, that’s too bad.

    We, on the other hand, expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Obama administration and known CIA operatives.

  • wbboei

    And do we really need a new agency?

    Or can we just add an espionage division to an existing agency?
    —-
    No new agency.

    Put those duties under military intelligence–which reports directly to President, and not the Pentagon.

    Military people take an oath to the republic (not the global government)

    And unlike the CIA which farms out most of its work, the military runs its own shop pretty much.

    Di Genowa says they know who the CIA leakers are, and they are ready to drop the hammer on them

    But they are trying to watch them and see who their confederates are before doing so.

    This thing also reaches into the Justice Department, including Lynch, Yates, and Obama.

    Meanwhile Obama will wait until the weather gets better before his thugs go on the street and commence their campaign of violence.

    This birth certificate, if it can be validated, will boost Trump because he raised the issue before, and it will prove to all but Obama’s most delusional delusionals that he is a fraud. If that idea takes root then it will be harder for him to lead the coming coup on the street by social justice warriors, and Soros goons.

    Soros must be indicted and arrested, no bail.

  • Venus

    Malik Obama is the good Obama and he is righteously pissed that selfish, narcissistic Barack hasn’t done a damned thing to help his family who suffers real poverty in Kenya.

  • Venus

    That business collapse at ESPN has caused a panic at the network, a desperate grab for relevance that has led to a pronounced leftward move. ESPN’s trying desperately to stay relevant as ratings collapse and subscribers flee. The decision? “We’ll be MSESPN, the home for far left wing politics and sports!” Only, it’s not working.

    ***********************************************************************

    All due respect to whoever wrote that article on ESPN, but they got it backward — ESPN’s ratings started collapsing *because* of its leftward move. People want to watch sports not be lectured to by SJWs. Instead of recognizing that in the first place, ESPN doubled down on the SJW commentary.

  • matthew77

    Malik Obama is the good Obama and he is righteously pissed that selfish, narcissistic Barack hasn’t done a damned thing to help his family who suffers real poverty in Kenya.
    ——
    Maybe Abel will slay Cain this time around.

  • blowme0bama

    Best Obama.

  • optimist

    And then of course Obama on video years ago saying that he was born in Kenya. I don’t understand why this isn’t a huge issue. Not only is Obama a lying fraud but Schumer, Pelosi et al all knowingly lied to the American people and perpetuated this fraud.

  • optimist
    March 10, 2017 at 10:56 am++++++++++++++++=
    Just like Clint said.

  • Tony Stark

    Let the GOPe-approved Ryancare take all the incoming hits, then reveal the real Trumpcare after the former sinks into the ocean.

    http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2017/03/09/obamacare-blue-state-blues-art-deal-explains-replacement-debate/

  • wbboei

    matthew77
    March 10, 2017 at 3:15 am
    Even some Democrats on the Intelligence Committee now quietly admit, after several briefings and preliminary inquiries, they don’t expect to find evidence of active, informed collusion between the Trump campaign and known Russian intelligence operatives
    ———————————-
    The democrat’s blood lust to investigate is very selective.

    They demand a splashy congressional investigation into unproven ties between Trump and Putin.

    They are loathe to investigate seditionists in the agencies who are seeking to bring down the Trump administration.

    Part of the reason for this is that sedition reaches into the offices of members of the Congressional Black Caucus.

    The latter is an assumption on my part, but I am fairly sure those facts will come out in due course.

    This entire episode needs to be turned around on the dims and on big media.

    The word being used to describe their strategic retreat from their libelous narrative is pivot.

    I am sorry. When you say X one day, and the very next day you say not X and I never said that it is more than that.

    Especially when it emanates from the self proclaimed “most trusted name in news”, and-

    From the newspaper who claims itself to be the final arbiter of all that’s “fit to print.”

  • wbboei

    Mike Kelly is one of the few people in congress I trust. In the clip below, we see him stating the the obvious: that the reason Obama et al have moved back into Washington is to run a shadow government.

    The purpose of that shadow government is first and foremost to cover the tracks of the prior administration and to threaten those in the deep state who were complicit in its illegal activities and might therefore spill the beans. The second purpose if to generate disinformation, use their big media channels, and to promote civil disobedience which is designed protect his legacy. And the third purpose is to subvert the Trump agenda.

    That is why it is imperative for President Trump must to against deep state immediately, rather than waiting for congress to act. History has shown that congress is ill equipped to deal with hot potatoes which adversely affect the opposing party. We need an immediate investigation, spear headed by the Attorney General of Maryland who is Trump’s first choice for the number 2 position at Justice, and if he does not want to exercise the nuclear option then he should do this as a recess appointment in Easter. This may be the only way to do it because the investigation will ultimately implicate members of congress like Feinstein, Collins, Pelosi and others on the Intelligence Oversight Committee who were fully aware of the CIA’s activities, and will therefore drag their heels on such an appointment for reasons of self interest.

    Also needed is a full scale attack against Messiah Obama once this investigation gets under way.

    https://youtu.be/NKNg0Bm9c1k

  • wbboei

    Question: is the NSA (and other intelligence organizations) spying on the American People.

    Answer: no . . . not wittingly (lets all clap like leftist seals for Clapper, Obama’s director of NSA)

    However, under Comey, the FBI uses the Best Buy Geek Squad to do just that.

    While the Obama’s Justice Department dismissed those claims as “wild speculation”.

    As Reverend Wright would say: goddamn Obama . . . Obama’s chickens, Chickens, CHICKENS have come home to roost.

    —————-
    Recently unsealed records reveal a much more extensive secret relationship than previously known between the FBI and Best Buy’s Geek Squad, including evidence the agency trained company technicians on law-enforcement operational tactics, shared lists of targeted citizens and, to covertly increase surveillance of the public, encouraged searches of computers even when unrelated to a customer’s request for repairs.

    To sidestep the U.S. Constitution’s prohibition against warrantless invasions of private property, federal prosecutors and FBI officials have argued that Geek Squad employees accidentally find and report, for example, potential child pornography on customers’ computers without any prodding by the government. Assistant United States Attorney M. Anthony Brown last year labeled allegations of a hidden partnership as “wild speculation.” But more than a dozen summaries of FBI memoranda filed inside Orange County’s Ronald Reagan Federal Courthouse this month in USA v. Mark Rettenmaier contradict the official line.

    http://www.ocweekly.com/news/fbi-used-best-buys-geek-squad-to-increase-secret-public-surveillance-7950030

  • wbboei

    I see a new ad coming from Best Buy.

    You can trust us to repair your computer, just as the Obama Administration trusted us to spy on you so they could control you, like a herd of sheep—The Geek Squad.

  • gonzotx

    Wbb,
    Mike Kelly is right and THE GEEK SQUAD?

    Jesus…

  • wbboei

    I am sure you all can remember what it was like in 2008 when we tried so goddamned hard to get Hillary elected, and ABM 92 hoped to see her take the oath, and a number of us volunteered to take him to the inauguration. We campaigned for her across the country, went to Denver, and all for naught. But we didn’t know it then. Yet despite our efforts, everything we saw from big media was a down arrow.

    The reason I mention that is because it is like that now, not for us this time thank God, but for the big media dim party rino globalist cabal. They fucking overreached. They were as tone deaf as Al Gore. They became hyper radical. And now, every day they are the ones confronting a down arrow, until to momentum build to critical mass and they get pulverized and obliterated.

    True to form, Roger Simon compares Donald Trump to the man who took his nation beyond the stifling conformity of Mao, a leftist cut from the same cloth as the big media beloved messiah, except he never bathed whereas the big media messiah bathes in scented oils and perfumes that would make Cleopatra envious. Anything to cover up the noxious odur of horseshit.

    https://pjmedia.com/columnist/roger-l-simon

  • wbboei

    So when I open the web page to Breitbart and see articles from jurnolisters like Slate and New York Magazing peddling their usual delusional crap that Bannon has betrayed Breitbart or that Breibart has killed Ryan care which they deceptively call Trumpcare, I am amused. As far as taking them seriously, I inoculated myself against that disease last November. They are a discredited army in retreat and a mop up operation will proceed.

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