Impeach Obama: “POTUS Wants To Know Everything We’re Doing”

The crime question “What did Obama know and when did he know it?” has been answered. Obama knew “everything”, every dirty deed and crime committed to destroy candidate/President-Elect/President Donald J. Trump by September 2016 at the latest, before the presidential election:

FBI lovers’ latest text messages: Obama ‘wants to know everything’

Newly revealed text messages between FBI paramours Peter Strzok and Lisa Page include an exchange about preparing talking points for then-FBI Director James Comey to give to President Obama, who wanted “to know everything we’re doing.”

The message, from Page to Strzok, was among thousands of texts between the lovers reviewed by Fox News. The pair both worked at one point for Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe of alleged collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.

Page wrote to Strzok on Sept. 2, 2016, about prepping Comey because “potus wants to know everything we’re doing.” According to a newly released Senate report, this text raises questions about Obama’s personal involvement in the Clinton email investigation. [snip]

On Election Day 2016, Page wrote, “OMG THIS IS F***ING TERRIFYING.” Strzok replied, “Omg, I am so depressed.” Later that month, on Nov. 13, 2016, Page wrote, “I bought all the president’s men. Figure I need to brush up on watergate.”

President Richard Nixon was not destroyed by the Watergate break-in. It was the “White House Horrors” that did Nixon in. We need an Obama impeachment to uncover the Obama White House Horrors.

The Obama White House Horrors, before the latest revelations today, include the use of the IRS to target people and groups Obama did not like, the Obama White House Horrors include but are not limited to “Fast and Furious”, “the great stimulus heist”, AG Eric Holder in contempt of congress, the ObamaCare flim-flam scam, spying on journalists, the 9/11 Benghazi attack, the Bowe Bergdahl terrorist exchange, the Hillary secret server emails from Obama, the NSA spying, the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, the Iran nuclear deal, the government funded attempt to defeat Israel’s Prime Minister Netanyahu, Colorado river pollution scandal, GSA scandal, VA death list scandals, Solyndra, the New Black Panther Party scandal, the Michelle Obama hospital payoff scandal, the Antoin “Tony” Rezko bribery scandals.

Chicago Clown

We warned about Barack Obama’s “gangster government” early on. We warned that the Chicago gangster government (remember the Batman bank?) of Barack Obama would move to Washington D.C.

Yesterday, as the corrupt bowed to the corrupt yet again – this time it was yet another Obama publicity stunt before the banksters that looted the economy gangster government proved us correct. On December 12, 2008 we called for a special prosecutor to investigate Barack Obama. We wrote:

“A Special Prosecutor needs to investigate the role of the government funded Obama transition members and contacts between the mothership of Chicago’s Culture of Corruption and its expansion to the nation’s capital.”

We called for a Special Prosecutor before the “multi-headed Hydra” of Chicago Corruption could grow heads in the nation’s capital. Too late now. The corruption is suffused in the DNA of the DNC and “gangster government” rules.

In 2013 we asked:

It’s Gangster Government and it must be prosecuted or defunded. The valid question from Congress: How can we do oversight of NSA surveillance with Obama’s team continually lying to us? It’s not just the NSA. It’s the entire Obama Gangster Government as we detail in our main article. Just how many times can Eric Holder be held in contempt of congress without repercussions?

We have repeatedly called for armies of special prosecutors to investigate gangster Barack Obama and his henchmen(see HERE, and HERE, and HERE, and HERE, and HERE, and HERE).

The need for special prosecutors and impeachment of Barack Obama is greater than ever. Impeachment would provide Congress with all the prosecutorial weaponry needed to investigate Barack Obama and all the crimes of his gangster government. A conviction would deprive Barack Obama of the prerogatives of a former official. Conviction would end national security briefings for Barack Obama and the gangsters who ran his crime clan.

It was because of Barack Obama that we never achieved justice on the Hillary email case:

To summarize, we have a situation in which (a) Obama knowingly communicated with Clinton over a non-government, non-secure e-mail system; (b) Obama and Clinton almost certainly discussed matters that are automatically deemed classified under the president’s own guidelines; and (c) at least one high-ranking government official (Petraeus) has been prosecuted because he failed to maintain the security of highly sensitive intelligence that included policy-related conversations with Obama. From these facts and circumstances, we must deduce that it is possible, if not highly likely, that President Obama himself has been grossly negligent in handling classified information.

It was Obama all along.

The gangster government of Barack Obama abused all the dangerous power of the FISA courts. This requires impeachment and conviction of Barack Obama and a thorough examination of the FISA courts. Put enough pressure on and one of the nuts will crack.

A lot of crimes must be uncovered:

The next day, November 14, Page texted something ominous, “God, being here makes me angry. Lots of high fallutin’ national security talk. Meanwhile we have OUR task ahead of us.”

There are a lot of Obama crimes and scandals being unearthed every day and today is no exception. To clean our government, to purge it of the criminals, to discover how thrroughly Barack Obama corrupted our American government with his Chicago style crimes, we must have the impeachment of Barack Obama followed by prosecution in the courts. Then… Guantanamo Bay where he can reside with his homies.

It must be noted that all the attacks against President Donald J. Trump are the same Chicago style attacks Barack Obama has used against his political opponents. Barack Obama’s gangster style of politics includes the use of the courts (lawsuits to stop opponents from running, and leaks of secret lawsuit information such as divorce proceedings) and the use of pawns to attack while Barack Obama hides.

It is time to drag Barack Obama into the sunlight, into the courts. No more cut outs. It has been Barack Obama all along.


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    Texts between FBI lovers reveal Obama wanted to be briefed on EVERYTHING happening in Clinton email investigation – after he ‘guaranteed’ he wouldn’t get involved

    Lisa Page wrote her lover Peter Strzok about the Clinton probe: Obama ‘wants to know everything we’re doing’
    Obama had said he could ‘guarantee’ he wouldn’t interfere and there would be ‘no political influence’ in the FBI investigation
    The September 2, 2016 text message was among more 50,000 texts the pair sent during a two-year extramarital affair
    Page was an FBI lawyer, and Strzok was a leading investigator on both the Clinton probe and the more recent Trump-Russia investigation
    Strzok, though expected to be nonpartisan, also called Trump ‘a f***ing idiot’ and texted Page about a cryptic ‘insurance policy’ against a Trump presidency

    An FBI lawyer wrote in a text to her lover in late 2016 that then-president Barack Obama wanted updates on the Hillary Clinton email investigation.

    Two months before the presidential election, Lisa Page wrote to fellow FBI official Peter Strzok that she was working on a memo for then-FBI director James Comey because Obama ‘wants to know everything we’re doing.’

    Obama had said five months earlier during a Fox News Channel interview that he could ‘guarantee’ he wouldn’t interfere with that investigation.

    I do not talk to the attorney general about pending investigations. I do not talk to FBI directors about pending investigations. We have a strict line,’ he said on April 10, 2016.

    I guarantee it. I guarantee that there is no political influence in any investigation conducted by the Justice Department or the FBI, not just in this case but in any case. Full stop. Period,‘ he said.’

    The September 2, 2016 text message was among more 50,000 texts the pair sent during a two-year extramarital affair.

    Fox News was first to report on the latest batch, which is to be released by Republicans on the Senate Homeland Security Committee.

    The committee members will soon publish a report titled ‘The Clinton Email Scandal and the FBI’s Investigation of it.’

    Comey testified to Congress in June 2017: ‘As FBI director I interacted with President Obama. I spoke only twice in three years, and didn’t document it.’

    He didn’t address possible memos or other written reports he may have sent to the Obama White House.

    But Comey did document his 2017 meetings with President Donald Trump, he said, because he feared Trump would interfere with the Russia probe.

    Strzok was the lead investigator on the probe examining Clinton’s illicit use of a private email server to handle her official State Department messages while she was America’s top diplomat.

    He was later a member of special counsel Robert Mueller’s team investigating alleged links betwen Donald Trump’s presidential campaign and Russia.

    Comey gets deeper in trouble. Obama is exposed in the muck.

  2. Homeland in the ‘catbird seat’..
    When Isis was roaring across continents, (the show) Homeland portrayed the action. with vigor.

    I’ve been a fan of this show since it’s inception 7yrs ago. The show mirrors reality pretty closely inspiring writers to pick incidents from the headlines exposing Muslim terrorist bomb-making skills from easily duplicaed instrutions readily available on the internet. Things we never see from beginning to end, ie atrocities performed on other human beings considered their (religious/moral/mortal) enemy subjected to reconstituted bio-weapons as their want to deliver final punishment thinking they can extinguish people unlike themseles.

    Obama made a special request to the show several years ago. He suggested the program change the focus of the show to someone, somewhere else.. Coinidentaly, He suggested, Russia.

    As to the current direction of the show- Apparently, (they won’t admit it) writers went along with the assumption Hillary would be the next president and Alex Ganza, the man in chargee of prodution, went with electing the first female president in US history as part of the show…

    Surprise! What Happened?


    ‘Homeland’ in the Trump era tackles the ‘deep state’

    Each year, the team behind “Homeland” takes a weeklong research field trip to Washington to prep for the espionage thriller’s upcoming season. But this time around, when Showtime’s crew touched down in D.C. two months after President Trump’s inauguration, the mood was different.

    “There was a lot of saber-rattling going on in North Korea, and there was a lot of concern about the new administration, and people were frankly and evidently nervous,” Alex Gansa, “Homeland’s” showrunner, tells ITK.

    In preparation for production, the “Homeland” team started asking what recourse intelligence officers and National Security Agency workers had if “they see an administration going off the rails.”

    Gansa says he found “there was a strange sort of new alliance that was taking place between the intelligence community and the fourth estate, which we found interesting.”


    Fun read… Ganza is curious about Trump’s reaction to his show.

    ‘Homeland’ in the Trump era tackles the ‘deep state’

  3. Mrs Smith

    Homeland has gone off the rales and has became pro Muslim. Obamas influences of course.
    I use to watch it but now it makes me upset.Despite it being a woman that has won, I believe somehow, someway, it will make some correlation with Trumps Administration.
    Very disappointed in it. It’s been inching left for 3 years. It did slide to a coup last year, definitely Deep State , but I dont have a good feeling about it.

    I wish Deadwood on HBO was still rolling, talk about the Wild Wild West… now there was a show based in true historical findings. I don’t know many people today that could live that life.
    I keep thinking about my grandmother being born in 1896, just 18 years after the real Deadwood beginnings and the fact that Bullock lead such an amazing life, Cowboys, Indians, Marshall, gold legislator, friend of Roosevelt till his dying days, what a freaking life, what incredible freedom, yet horrendous lawlessness-certainly brought the worst out of nearly everyone. From riding horses and stage coaches to freaking battleships and planes.
    Space really is the last frontier, we will never see what conspired in this great Country ever again.

  4. Homeland

    President Elizabeth Keane. Following an assassination attempt

    Keane, played by Elizabeth Marvel, begins to run an increasingly paranoid administration.
    The political thriller’s head honcho says although “Keane is not Trump and Trump is not Keane,” the two “share similar issues.”

    “I don’t believe we’d be telling the story in Washington, D.C., if Hillary Clinton had been elected president,” says Gansa.

  5. Nothing burger they say

    Nick Short 🇺🇸
    Over the period of 4 months, the FBI was unable to recover Strzok & Page’s text messages to fully comply with document requests from the OIG & 2 Senate committees. Yet, the OIG was able to recover those same missing text messages in less than 3 days. (link:…

  6. Does it really get any worse then this? I’m at the point In think we are in need of some Deadwood characters on aisle 5 to clean up Washington.
    This is just treasonous
    She then went on to thank the parents of the “Dreamers” — i.e. those who deliberately broke the law.

    “I say to their parents: Thank you for bringing these Dreamers to America. We’re in your debt for the courage it took, for you to take the risk, physically, politically, in every way, to do so,” she said.

  7. Fun to watch Laura Ingrahm show–worth staying up late for.

    Tonight she had Morris and Reines—both Clintonistas, the former a former supporter, the latter a continuing supporter.

    And Kim Strassel from WSJ, who grew up in a very small town in Oregon, was not bainwashed by a Harvard education and–in spite of this, or because of it, has a very sharp mind, as does Laura.

    Morris laid out the history of Blumenthal and his side kick Wild Bill Cody who keeps a stable of detectives on the pad whose mission is to destroy Clinton enemies, and went on to describe how they produced the dirty dossier, but could not market it under their name because their reputations preceded them, used Steele to launder their lies because of Steele’s reputation as former head of the MI-6, and the fact that he had a track record of working with the FBI. Reines responded that Morris had just credited the Steele dossier through those comments, claimed that Steele was a stand up guy, and that if 80% of the dossier is false then by deduction 20% is true, and sat back and grinned smugly.

    Kim Strassel then asked two questions that burst his pretty balloon, and took the moon away.

    1. If,as you claim, Steele is a stand up guy, then why did he break the FBI protocol , spread this slander through the media and lie about? (Crickets)

    2. If, as you claim, 20% of the dossier is true, then tell me what that 20% is? (Crickets)

  8. Trump hater Karen Tumulty at Washington Post discusses 2018 elections:

    In crowded primaries, Republicans will be rooting from the sidelines for the liberal base to pull all of the candidates leftward — forcing them to declare allegiance to single-payer health care, impeaching Trump, free college tuition. Those are October attack ads in waiting in many of the scattered pockets where Democrats need to win.

    Which is why national numbers matter so little. For an electoral wave to rise high enough to wash a majority-making two dozen House seats into the Democratic column, the party will have to take territory that Hillary Clinton could not.

    There again, Virginia offers reason for caution as well as hope for Democrats. They romped the Old Dominion in November, picking up 15 seats in the House of Delegates. But that victory fell one seat short of what Democrats needed to break the GOP majority. And 14 of those were in legislative districts that Clinton also won, suggesting that the party had done little to expand its reach since 2016.

    Meanwhile, economic confidence — notwithstanding Monday’s market plunge — has reached a level not seen in 17 years. That suggests, among other things, that the tax cuts that looked so unpopular when they were passed in December may be an asset to Republicans by this fall.

  9. Libyan fable it is told That once an eagle, stricken with a dart, Said, when he saw the fashion of the shaft, With our own feathers, not by others’ hands, Are we now smitten.

    And, the more familiar words of Brutus: the fault lies not in the stars, but in ourselves.


    Words of wisdom, for Unholy Trimuverate (Dims/Big Media/Deep State Cabal) to reflect seriously upon.

  10. Yes, it is a spectacle that Ripley himself would not believe:

    1. Big media running a year long telethon castigating Trump,

    2. Praying for their great white hope, i.e. the corrupt Bob Mueller to bail their chestnuts out of the fire.

    3. Missing a bigger story than Watergate, which they hypocritically regard as the gold standard. Bigger because it involves the greatest crime of all against a democracy, i.e. undermining the will of the voters.

    Corruption, incompetence, and pathology—the defining characteristics of our beloved big media. And for that what do they deserve? Why, only two things: a Pulitzer. And a cell at Levenworth,



    FISA-gate Is Scarier than Watergate

    The press used to uncover government wrongdoing. Today’s press is defending it. The Watergate scandal of 1972–74 was uncovered largely because of outraged Democratic politicians and a bulldog media. They both claimed that they had saved American democracy from the Nixon administration’s attempt to warp the CIA and FBI to cover up an otherwise minor, though illegal, political break-in.

    In the Iran-Contra affair of 1985–87, the media and liberal activists uncovered wrongdoing by some rogue members of the Reagan government. They warned of government overreach and of using the “Deep State” to subvert the law for political purposes.

    We are now in the midst of a third great modern scandal. Members of the Obama administration’s Department of Justice sought court approval for the surveillance of Carter Page, allegedly for colluding with Russian interests, and extended the surveillance three times.

    But none of these government officials told the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that the warrant requests were based on an unverified dossier that had originated as a hit piece funded in part by the Hillary Clinton campaign to smear Donald Trump during the current 2016 campaign.

    Nor did these officials reveal that the author of the dossier, Christopher Steele, had already been dropped as a reliable source by the FBI for leaking to the press.

    Nor did officials add that a Department of Justice official, Bruce Ohr, had met privately with Steele — or that Ohr’s wife, Nellie, had been hired to work on the dossier.

    Unfortunately, such disclosures may be only the beginning of the FISA-gate scandal.

    Members of the Obama administration’s national security team also may have requested the names of American citizens connected with the Trump campaign who had been swept up in other FISA surveillance. Those officials may have then improperly unmasked the names and leaked them to a compliant press — again, for apparent political purposes during a campaign.

    As a result of various controversies, the deputy director of the FBI, Andrew McCabe, has resigned. Two FBI officials who had been working on special counsel Robert Mueller’s team in the so-called Russia collusion probe, Lisa Page and Peter Strzok, have been reassigned for having an improper relationship and for displaying overt political biases in text messages to each other.

    The new FBI director, Christopher Wray, has also reassigned the FBI’s top lawyer, James Baker, who purportedly leaked the Steele dossier to a sympathetic journalist.

    How does FISA-gate compare to Watergate and Iran-Contra?

    Once again, an administration is being accused of politicizing government agencies to further agendas, this time apparently to gain an advantage for Hillary Clinton in the run-up to an election.

    There is also the same sort of government resistance to releasing documents under the pretext of “national security.”

    There is a similar pattern of slandering congressional investigators and whistleblowers as disloyal and even treasonous.

    There is the rationale that just as the Watergate break-in was a two-bit affair, Carter Page was a nobody.

    But there is one huge (and ironic) difference. In the current FISA-gate scandal, most of the media and liberal civil libertarians are now opposing the disclosure of public documents. They are siding with those in the government who disingenuously sought surveillance to facilitate the efforts of a political campaign.

    This time around, the press is not after a hated Nixon administration. Civil libertarians are not demanding accountability from a conservative Reagan team. Instead, the roles are reversed.

    Barack Obama was a progressive constitutional lawyer who expressed distrust of the secretive “Deep State.” Yet his administration weaponized the IRS and surveilled Associated Press communications and a Fox News journalist for reporting unfavorable news based on supposed leaks.

    Obama did not fit the past stereotypes of right-wing authoritarians subverting the Department of Justice and its agencies. Perhaps that is why there was little pushback against his administration’s efforts to assist the campaign of his likely replacement, fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton.

    Progressives are not supposed to destroy requested emails, “acid wash” hard drives, spread unverified and paid-for opposition research among government agencies, or use the DOJ and FBI to obtain warrants to snoop on the communications of American citizens.

    FISA-gate may become a more worrisome scandal than either Watergate or Iran-Contra. Why? Because our defense against government wrongdoing — the press — is defending such actions, not uncovering them. Liberal and progressive voices are excusing, not airing, the excesses of the DOJ and FBI.

    Apparently, weaponizing government agencies to stop a detested Donald Trump by any means necessary is not really considered a crime.

  12. More memories:

    Writing for the far-left CNN back in October, Chris Cillizza declared President Donald Trump “bonkers” and “crazy” for suggesting what turned out to be 100 percent true: that the Democrats, Hillary Clinton, the FBI, and Russia, were all behind what is known as the “Russian dossier.”

    “[I]t is deeply irresponsible for a president of the United States to even flirt with this sort of conspiracy talk,” the overwrought Cillizza wrote, adding, “[T]he idea that the Russians, the Democrats and the FBI co-funded a dossier designed to discredit Trump’s 2016 campaign is totally bonkers.”

    What set Cillizza off on his fake news spree was an October 19, 2017, Trump tweet that said, “Workers of firm [Fusion GPS] involved with the discredited and Fake Dossier take the 5th. Who paid for it, Russia, the FBI or the Dems (or all)?” [snip]

    In the months since that tweet, everything Trump suggested has been proven correct.

  13. from the link

    ‘Rarely has a president changed his party as fast and profoundly as Donald J. Trump. Love him or hate him, you can no longer argue his ability to bend an entire party to his will,” writes Axios’ Jonathan Swan in a piece titled “The cult of Trump.” A source “close to GOP leadership” tells Swan: “We’re all MAGAs now.”

  14. admin
    February 8, 2018 at 9:04 am

    That was then.

    This is now.

    Suffice it to say this:

    If the dim/deep state/guardian of our democracy

    AKA the institutional left

    Did not have double standards

    Then they would have no standards at all

    Their claims to represent the people are mawish

    They care only about three things:

    Power, power and power.

    And their secret handshake is this.

    The public is stupid.

    Just ask Gruber, Stroke, or that crumb bum Pelosi– on truth serum.

    Especially when she talks deliriously about all gods creatures great and small.

    While our jails are chalk full of the creatures she refers to.

    She sounds like that pretender to the Papacy.

    The only difference is she wants their votes and he wants their money.

    And both want the American People to bear the cost of their self serving largesse.

  15. what a freaking racist & bigot Nancy Pelosi has become…she says her grandson wants brown skin and brown eyes…WTF?

    now She likes pitting one’s skin color and eye color against the other…last time I looked white people had brown eyes too…and frankly I am Italian and I cannot tell Latin, other ethnicities & Italian nationalites from each other…and who cares…since when do we pick people apart like that…I hate what the Dems are doing to divide people…and force people to look at differences instead of appreciating our differences and liking them…the Dems are trying to set us backwards when most of us are going forward…

    so sick of what the Dem party has become…

    imo…people like Nunes, DesSantis, Jordan, Gaetz, Ratcliffe, and the old Lion Grassley have surplanted what moderate Dems used to be…
    these days these guys…along with others Marcia Blackburn, etc…are the voices of reason and common sense…these days these repub guys are the moderate repubs that the Dems used to be a few decades ago…there is a new cycle going on and the players have reversed themselves

    attributes that have disappeared from the Dem party are now being voice by young repubs…that ad that Foxy posted above called ‘Disgraceful’ essentially says it all…the Dems do not want Amerians to succeed; they would rather we fail in order to push for their leading cause, illegal immigration…at any cost…including American kids…

    If you want a party in power that will cater to illegals & reopen all borders & spend us into oblivion protecting illegals and dangerous criminals in concocted sanctuary cities & states…turning them into cesspools of vagrants living on sidewalks while we pay for their privilege to do that…then vote for the Dems…the corrupt irresponsible identity grievance party…

    if you want a return to common sense…go with these young moderate repubs that are trying to expose & right the freaking wrongs that have been buried for the last decade

    once in a while I think of old posters who fled to support Hillary…and i think some of them may still be lurking…one that I respected was Shadowfax…and i won’t be surprised if Shadowfax still stops by to read us…with the exception of her loyalty to Hillary, she agree with a rational approach to legal immigration…as i recall, she is in the hotbed of the now sanctuary state of CA…where I migrated to from NE to live for 2 decades…I have heard it reported that CA has the worst illegal immigration & homeless problem in the whole country…facts are facts…this is no time for any of us to be in denial…
    Shadowfax if you are reading this, I would like to invite you back to share your POV on what the Dems are doing with identity politics…imo, they are going to destory CA

  16. We still have not technically hit a “correction” but a few more days like today and we’ll be there.

  17. wbb..

    your friend has been waiting for this info to surface…
    SB’s communication w/the Clintons will be very interesting to read..
    If they haven’t already been destroyed?


    From Russia with Love: Who is Sidney Blumenthal?

    As the memo’s fly this week and the plot thickens as to who knew what and when, the name of a particularly scurrilous figure resurfaced. Recently, on Martha McCallum’s Fox News show, “The Story,” Republican Representative Trey Gowdy suggested that Hillary Clinton confident Sidney Blumenthal is one of the domestic sources who fed salacious and false information to Russians and dossier author Christopher Steele.

    If true, it directly ties Hillary Clinton and the DNC to yet another attempt to illegally conspire to interfere in the 2016 election, insure her victory, dupe the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) courts, and involve friends in the FBI. We are already certain that the Clintons and the DNC directly funded Steele in the development of the fake dossier. Not only were the Clintons paying Steele to create a series of false accusations, through Blumenthal, they actually wrote it!

    So, who is Blumenthal? Unfortunately, when I served President Bill Clinton as his Air Force Aide and carried the “nuclear football,” Blumenthal and I crossed paths. In short, he is a snake, capable of any and everything the Clintons desire, legal or illegal, true or false, moral or immoral. In the halls of the White House he was known as “Sid Viscious.” In short, he is the dirty trickster, the attack dog, the keeper of the closet skeletons, the slime master. Hillary has referred to him as “an old friend who emailed her from time to time.” In actuality, he is much, much more. He’s a sycophant who knows no depths to which he will not stoop as long as the Clinton’s are calling the shots.

    Blumenthal was a senior advisor to President Bill Clinton from 1997 to 2001, the years most noted for scandal, after scandal, after scandal. He was one of the key witnesses in the grand jury testimonies born in the Monica Lewinsky affair and Clinton’s lying under oath. He leaked information to the media regarding an extramarital affair that House Judiciary Committee Chairman Henry Hyde had been involved with during the 1960s prompting him to step down. At one point, even Rahm Emmanuel, not one none either for integrity or honesty and who served both Clinton and Barack Obama, banned him from the White House.

    When the Clintons left the White House, they immediately hired Blumenthal to a $10,000 a month position at the Clinton Foundation. Later, when Hillary was Secretary of State, she employed to spread lies in the aftermath of the Benghazi debacle providing her cover from her failure to protect our diplomats and save the lives of fellow American citizens. In short, whatever Hillary wants, Sid Vicious supplies.

    Columnist Jonah Goldberg put it this way: “Sidney Blumenthal did what he did and said what he said because that is the kind of man he is. He likes saying bad things about people. If you snapped him open like a peapod, nothing but bilious black ooze would come out.”

    In the days ahead, as more and more evidence is revealed tying the “Russian Collusion” claim completely to the Clintons, and exonerating President Trump, expect to become intimately familiar with Blumenthal. My advice, take a shower afterwards.

  18. jbstonesfan
    February 8, 2018 at 8:21 pm
    We still have not technically hit a “correction” but a few more days like today and we’ll be there.
    Its all speculation at this point.

    If it is in fact a correction, then it will probably not exceed 20%.

    If it is a bear market, then Jim Rogers says it will be the worse bloodbath in his life time.

    In my opinion, it was a failure of leadership by markets.

    Last year, the dollar lost 17% of its value.

    The fed plans 3-4 rate hikes this year.

    The new narrative is that rate hikes will kill economic growth.

    The dims are on their knees praying it does

    Destroying this country is all they give a shit about

    Just as long as their own gold plated lifeboat does not leak.

  19. The only other thing they seem to care about is killing whitey, literally and figuratively.

    They would import the Ebola virus, if they thought it would help them win election and power.

    They, and their media but boys have become pathological liars.

  20. Here is more speculation.

    I think the dims are the main reason Gowdy left congress.

    I do not think he wanted to lower himself to their level.

  21. Sharyl Attkisson was asked why big media has lost any pretense of objectivity.

    She said it is because they have allowed partisan ideologues to take over news rooms.

    For example:

    NBC: anchor boy Todd is a former Tom Daschle staffer

    ABC: anchor boy Stops-and-poops-alot was a Clinton staffer, before he wrote his tell all group.

    CNN: if he stays out of jail, I strongly suspect that Comey will become a CNN anchor, whenever Wulf decides to retire (for the eighth time.) No one ever loved a retirement party more than he does.


    HUGE: Comey was FORCED to tell Congress about Weiner emails only because George Toscas at DOJ found out about them!

    On Wednesday the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee released a majority staff report titled “The Clinton Email Scandal And The FBI’s Investigation Of It.” The committee also released thousands of text messages between two agents and lovebirds Peter Strzok and Lisa Page that shed light on the criminal intent of deep state players to avoid prosecution of Hillary Clinton and to block and destroy a Trump presidency.

    One text message exchange is making the rounds on the internet today.

    Peter Strzok was the Chief of the Counterespionage Section during the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton’s use of a personal email server. He also hated Donald Trump along with his lover Lisa Page.

    In this exchange posted online Peter Strzok admits the DOJ was forced to tell Congress about the Weiner laptop emails only because George Toscas at the DOJ found out about them.

    The FBI sat on this evidence for a month before turning it over to Congress and only because they couldn’t hide it from George Toscas.

    Strzok’s attitude towards Congress: “F them.”

    In 2016, George Zeno Toscas was a General Attorney at the Offices, Boards and Divisions in Washington, District Of Columbia.

    Toscas was the guy that gave Comey shit for calling the Hillary Investigation a “matter”!

    Per The New York Times: “As the meeting broke up, George Z. Toscas, a national security prosecutor, ribbed Mr. Comey. “I guess you’re the Federal Bureau of Matters now,” Mr. Toscas said, according to two people who were there.”

  23. > Per The New York Times: “As the meeting broke up, George Z. Toscas,
    > a national security prosecutor, ribbed Mr. Comey. “I guess you’re the
    > Federal Bureau of Matters now,” …


    Seems appropriate these days.

  24. Per The New York Times: “As the meeting broke up, George Z. Toscas, a national security prosecutor, ribbed Mr. Comey. “I guess you’re the Federal Bureau of Matters now,” Mr. Toscas said, according to two people who were there.”

    Mr Toscas, thank you… a true American… and funny

  25. >
    > More people leaving San Francisco & surrounding area than moving in
    > they are sick of being trapped in a Sanctuary State with impossible housing costs,
    > increasing crime & violence, etc

    I’m one of them. Moving to Texas in May! Can’t wait.

    S.F., L.A., and Silicon Valley are hopeless. The rest of the state is red and a great place to live, if you can find a job.

    Dems ruin everything they touch.

  26. I think the stock market is overdue for a 10-20% pullback, and I think that’s exactly what we’re starting to see.

    Long term, I think Rogers is right, it will be a bloodbath.

    In the short term, I think the tax reform signed by Trump will goose the economy enough to delay the rout for a few years.

    But the rout is coming.

    The problem: Debt. Trillions of dollars of debt.

    There is no way we can grow our way out of that kind of debt.

    Bankruptcy of the U.S. is inevitable. It’s just a question of when.

  27. Well I hope the stock market does rebound, I’m too old and I lost to much after 2008 and 2012?.
    I knew it needed to pull back but was happy to see finally some small amount of money back.
    I will pull out and get heavy into bonds if I am blessed. I know people are worried, as we all should be.
    If we get two years, I would be amazed.

  28. Sad to see Rachel Brand step down.

    I was hoping she would be appointed attorney general after Sessions (aka Mr. Magoo), and Rosenstein (aka Mortimer Snerd) recused themselves, or were asked to do so.

    From what I know of her, she would have been very good in that role, whereas Magoo and Snerd are not. One is lethargic. The other corrupt.

  29. SF, LA…and now here goes trendy uptown NYC

    most of us here always knew that the “progressives” were fine with social justice & sanctuary cities, etc as long as they did not thread on their upscale & gated communities…

    DeBlasio is ready to rankle the limo riding liberal dems in NYC…how dare he, they are already organizing coalitions against him & the homeless…

  30. whatever would those neighborhoods do if DeBlasio & CA dems decide to bring the migrants and illegals, inc MS-13 into their neighborhoods so the “progressives” can show them”what kind of a country we are”

    DeBlasio should call upon Joy Reid to help him & ask her to open her home to help…maybe introduce her to a few MS-13 since she has never heard of them…maybe she can rehabilitate them or be tempted to join them

  31. Some residents have formed a group, the West 58th Street Coalition, to oppose the homeless shelter in their neighborhood, CBS2 reports. CBS2 identified the coalition’s leader as Suzanne Silverstein, a fashion executive who is the president of upscale women’s fashion line Parker NY, according to her Linkedin profile.
    Next one needs to be in Columbus Circle. Another on the Upper East Side. What is the matter with these hypocritical progressives—to fight against social justice? Clearly, they have too much money—and too little compassion.

  32. One addition to my previous post, on the revolving door between the democrat party and big media.

    All their anchors are former democrat party staffers—which was never the case before.

    Sharyl Attkisson was asked why big media has lost any pretense of objectivity.

    She said it is because they have allowed partisan ideologues to take over news rooms.

    For example:

    NBC: anchor boy Todd is a former Tom Daschle staffer

    ABC: anchor boy Stops-and-poops-alot was a Clinton staffer, before he wrote his tell all group

    CNN: Jake Tapper is a former staffer to a democrat congresswoman.

  33. wbboei,

    How about these salaries?

    We’ve captured and posted online this data for the past 11 years. For the first time, we found missing information throughout the federal payroll disclosures. Here’s a sample of what we discovered from the FY2017 records:

    254,839 federal salaries were redacted in the federal civil service payroll (just 3,416 salaries were redacted in FY2016).
    68 federal departments redacted salaries. Even small agencies like the National Transportation Services Board and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation redacted millions of dollars in salaries.
    $20 billion in estimated payroll now lacks transparency.
    A 7,360 percent increase in opacity hides one out of every five federal salaries.

    Who’s the bureaucrat in charge? Not a Trump appointee – the president doesn’t even have a current nominee at OPM. So, the buck stops with new acting Director Kathleen McGettigan, a 25-year staffer who assumed the position because she was the next in line, not because the White House appointed her.

  34. After that ridiculous budget I am afraid mcturtle is back again stabbing Trumps agenda in the back
    No money for the wall, chucks happy

    If amnesty happens without the Wall, e verify, stop to chain migration, etc, America will be toast.

    Trump is no fool, one has to wonder WTF is going on

  35. Lu4PUMA
    February 10, 2018 at 10:07 pm
    That is the root of the problem,

    A bloated overpaid bureaucracy which is:

    a. not transparent

    b. contemptuous of us

    c. manipulative

    This is the age of slogans, like lock her up, build the wall, or U.S.A. shouted in a chorus.

    I have mixed emotions about them because they ignore other factors which affect the decision.

    Much like the dim talking points, or that clap trap Adman Shit, a confirmed liar and demagogue.

    But I like them because they drive the left wing nuts when the spear points a them.

    So, for this problem, let me suggest this: throw them out! Before they bankrupt the country.

  36. gonzotx
    February 11, 2018 at 1:33 am
    After that ridiculous budget I am afraid mcturtle
    What a wonderful description.

    He looks a turtle.—right out of central casting

    He lives in the swamp—corruption, quid pro quo, senator fog horn leg horn

    And he has been around for 120 years—only the good die young.

  37. 10-20 % correction very foreseeable but there is simply not enough to be made in bonds unless you have millions and can live off 2-3 interest and that won’t keep up with inflation. If you are retired or close thereto, it’s a real dilemma . Bonds offer more security but no significant yield and equities are very volatile . Not like the days people retire with 300- 500k and got 10% on their CD’s plus social and were able to live on a fixed income but still had a decent quality of life.

  38. Well JB if inflation roars the CDs will be making a comeback!

    He does look like an ancient turtle but I don’t think he is as wise

  39. fyi…Maria Batiromo has been fantastic on reporting on the corruption, investigation, Hillary’s fraud & implicit hands in running almost everything from behind the scene with help of DOJ & FBI, etc…Maria is blunt, brave, smart & fearless…she asks the right questions & has guests on who don’t beat around the bush…now she keeps demanding what is going to be done about all this? people need to go to jail…


    btw, for the legal eagles here…

    it appears that if we have a second special counsel it would be in the hands of DOJ to appoint; assuming it would be Sessions that would appoint
    what can be done to make sure we would get a fair & impartial second SC; Sessions does not have a good track record since he opened the gates for Deep State to just waltz in & bring us to where we are now
    by now Sessions must know what is going on & all the fake manipulation that has been put into motion with Hillary & gang…

    Does PDT have to sign off on someone that Sessions would make? most people have less & less confidence in Sessions & keep asking where is he & what is he doing?
    the only think I can think of is maybe he is trying to co-ordinate with release of IG report for support…othewise all bets are off

  40. Q-anon indicated that we need to trust Jeff Sessions. I am one of the people that believes that Jeff Sessions is working in private at helping Trump bring down the deep state. President Trump has been described as a genius (not just by himself lol). He would have forced Jeff out months ago if he truly felt that Jeff was not doing his job.

  41. The markets have been faux for a long time, Ponzi Schemes, a bubble blown by the central banks. Either they will be normalized in fairly stable fashion, or they will crash at some point. Even Harry Dent is waffling about if that is what is happening now. But here is a very interesting statement for Goldman:

    Meanwhile, on the very same Friday, Brian Levine – co-head of global equity trading at Goldman Sachs – sent out an email to the investment bank’s bigger clients, in which he made a stunning prediction: the Buy the Dip Regime is now over.

    In the email, first reported by the Financial Times, Levine writes that “Historically shocks of this magnitude find their troughs in panicky selling” and yet “I’ve been amazed at how little ‘capitulation selling’ we’ve seen on the desk . . . The ‘buy on the dip’ mentality needs to be thoroughly punished before we find the bottom.”

    And, more shockingly, the person in charge of the most important trading desk also said that “longer term, I do believe this is a genuine regime change, one where you sell-the-rallies rather than buy-the-dips.”

  42. Very bad loss for Israel with the Syrian air defense destroying the F-16. First loss of an F-16 since 1982. Thanks Obama for letting Iran set up a front in Syria and install Russian made anti-airforce systems. Israel, and specifically Bibi, needs to respond very , very , hard.

  43. So NBC just can’t stop itself, the USA gay male skater just finished, did a good job but oh they had to bring up VP Pence and this gay skaters feelings about him

    They have to ruin everything

    And Samsung has a commercial with a young boy picking out a girly doll and smiling while his father encourages him to buy something else.

    Jesus these people are out of control

  44. Last time I watched any significant amount of “The Winter Olympics” was the miracle on ice….never a huge fan.

  45. I have mentioned the name Jordan Peterson. He is a clinical psychologist, philosopher and a canary in the cave, warning us of what the left is doing to destroy this nation. Recently, he appeared on BBC, which today is an elitist, ultra leftist, pro globalist entity. And they used a repugnant person named Cathy Newman to interview him. Her shtick is to attack her guests, to distort what they say, and to turn them into pariahs, so no one listens to them. This is of course the strategy of big media, which is why Trump calls them fake news. Well, this Neuman creature did this with Jordan Peterson, when he answered her questions and elaborated on them. Her killer question was why should your right to free speech supercede the right of someone who might take offense to it, for reasons of their own. His defended the right of free speech–which the left wants to ban because it calls into question their totalitarian narrative. His answer was so thorough and on point that it left her speechless, and in the eyes of the audience she lost to debate. But here is where it gets interesting: the left wing journalists immediately changed the subject and went after Peterson’s supporters, people that Hillary called deplorables. They tried to tie him to people he might support him that he would not associate with in real life. Suddenly, Neuman was the victim of misogyny, she was at risk, and they hired a body guard to protect her. Then they made a pact among themselves to never allow him on their shows in the future, because he is a mortal danger to their perverse narrative, which has the smell of the lamp, as opposed to the mark of reality. They ban him on college campuses, on the false grounds of public safety, as we have seen with Ann Coulter, Milo, Ben Shapiro, David Horowitz, and Christine Hoff Summers, to name just a few. In each of these cases the goal of the left is crystal clear: to demonize conservatives, to silence them, and to drive them from the public square. Eventually, this will probably lead to a revolution, because you can only push millions of people so far. For as the British writer H.G. Wells noted: “if you make men sufficiently fearful or angry the hot red eyes of cavemen will glare out at you.”

  46. S
    February 11, 2018 at 3:04 pm
    fyi…Maria Batiromo has been fantastic on reporting on the corruption, investigation, Hillary’s fraud & implicit hands in running almost everything from behind the scene with help of DOJ & FBI, etc…Maria is blunt, brave, smart & fearless…she asks the right questions & has guests on who don’t beat around the bush…now she keeps demanding what is going to be done about all this? people need to go to jail…
    I agree. Maria is fantastic. She is very smart, and she is also a truth teller. If you compare her to the big media anchors, who were all former democrat party staffers (Tapper, Stefanpolis, Todd–the ideologues whom Sharly Attkission contends have taken over the news rooms, and ruined big media, Maria is the gold standard not for what the media today is, but for what it ought to be.

  47. jbstonesfan
    February 12, 2018 at 1:07 am
    Big media spent half their time attacking Pence, and the other half of their time fawning over the North Korean dictator’s sister.They would rather see a nuclear attack on this country, than admit they were wrong about Donald Trump. That is how debased they are.

  48. > …we need to trust Jeff Sessions. I am one of the people that believes
    > that Jeff Sessions is working in private at helping Trump bring down the
    > deep state. President Trump … would have forced Jeff out months ago
    > if he truly felt that Jeff was not doing his job.

    I am one of the people who believe that Jeff Sessions is a milquetoast
    who never should have been appointed Attorney General in the first place.

    Trump couldn’t force Sessions out six months ago. Remember all the Dims
    who were saying that would trigger a constitutional crisis?

    Today, it’s a different story. The Dims couldn’t care less about Sessions.
    As long as Trump leaves Mueller and Rosenstein alone, they’re happy.
    (My Trump-hating best friend confirmed that Sessions is no longer on
    his radar.)

    Maria Baritromo and others wring their hands and wonder why something
    isn’t being done to prosecute Dossiergate. Translation: Why hasn’t Sessions
    appointed a special prosecutor?

    Fear not. Trump is patiently waiting for all the GOP memos and the IG’s
    report to come out. He’s waiting for Congress and the media to stir the
    pot until it goes from a slow simmer to a rolling boil.

    At that point he will call Sessions on the carpet and demand he appoint
    a special counsel. If Sessions refuses, Trump will replace him with someone
    who will. Simple as that.

    My only fear is that Sessions will acquiesce. We need more than just a
    special prosecutor. We need an aggressive, fearless leader of the DOJ.
    Sessions ain’t it.

  49. jbstonesfan

    Israel did react very decisively destroying the facility that launched the missiles and more. They have recovered the Iranian drone, have proof of Iranian involvement, have demonstrated the depth of their intelligence and have clearly stated their resolve to deal with the threat.

  50. Sessions’ congressional testimony a couple of months back should have revealed a lot to those who think that he is orchestrating the destruction of the deep state behind the scenes. Sessions was just as smug, arrogant, and evasive as Rosenstein and Wray had been, with that “How dare you question me about my department in your oversight capacity?” look on his face. In addition, he’s still done nothing to force the DOJ to comply with lawful requests for information from congress and watchdog groups in a timely manner, which tells me a lot.

    There are several people for whom I have great respect (e.g. Joe DiGenova, J. Christian Adams) that defend Sessions and say he’s not the problem. Perhaps they missed his congressional performance.

  51. Great analogy, Suppose you have a hole in your roof and heavy rains are destroying your home, including all your furniture, carpeting, and even causing dangerous molds to grow in your home, thereby endangering your children and even your pets.
    You surely must fix the roof to keep any more rain water from adding to the water that has already flooded your floors, but it is equally important to remove all the rain water that has come into the home through the damaged roof.

    Only an idiot would consider the situation properly fixed by only repairing the roof. A child can understand the absolute need to clean up the water! Illegal immigrants are no better than rainwater that has fallen through a hole in your roof, and further entry of even one more illegal must be stopped!

  52. Alcina
    I don’t think anyone would look at that portrait and say ..that’s michelle Obama…it doesn’t look like her so I think its a failed portrait . As a professional painter (artist), I feel well qualified to judge.

  53. Evidently the artist who painted Obama’s portrait likes to paint black women beheading white women & holding their heads among his signature floral backgrounds…


  54. I agree with the logic that there was no way PDT could have fired Sessions, even though he has the right to do so, if we all recall it wasn’t just the Dems who went crazy at the thought, it was the repubs that went ballistic; Lindsey, as usual, was ready to suggest some legislation to protect Sessions from being fired, etc…

    I hope PDT has the inside track on the IG report…



    former FBI head of counter intelligence bill priestap singing the obamagate song…

  55. The pictures of both of them are not that great imho…is Obama “weeding”? MO’s looks like a white lady?

  56. S: fascinating comments about this Preistaff.

    Here, as with any complex situation, you can’t tell the players without a scorecard.

    And a participant in the dark conspiracy, someone who knows what occurred is essential.

    John Dean filled that role in Watergate.

    Whether it will be this guy, Preistaff (FBI), or my earlier guess, Carlin (DOJ) is up in the air.

    My surmise is this: both of them are negotiating for a deal.

    As you may recall, Carlin is the Justice Department official who signed the FISA warrant application, and then resigned the next day.

  57. The Prime Minister of Canada is a waste of protoplasm.

    Like father like son–only worse.

    His election has empowered the progressive left in Ontario.

    Among other things they are insisting on speech codes which eliminate all gender nouns, demand sensitivity training, and draconian penalties on those who defy their narrative.

    Professor Jordan Peterson, a clinical psychologist with a 200 IQ objects to this destruction of the historical right to free speech enjoyed by Canadians up until now.

    And for this crime he was hauled before the legislative body sponsoring that legislation to answer for his sin of daring to think different from the collective narrative.

    The reason this is relevant is because a similar form of terrorism by the left is infecting this country, on our college campuses, the democrat party, and big media.

    His response is reminiscent of Sir Thomas Moore, responding to a progressive of another era, who wants to cut a path through the law to destroy a man who he deems bad.

    Moore demurs and says let God punish him. And then he says this–which is THE ANSWER to every progressive douche bag on the planet:

    William Roper: So, now you give the Devil the benefit of law!

    Sir Thomas More: Yes! What would you do? Cut a great road through the law to get after the Devil?

    William Roper: Yes, I’d cut down every law in England to do that!

    Sir Thomas More: Oh? And when the last law was down, and the Devil turned ’round on you, where would you hide, Roper, the laws all being flat?
    This country is planted thick with laws, from coast to coast, Man’s laws, not God’s! And if you cut them down, and you’re just the man to do it, do you really think you could stand upright in the winds that would blow then?

    Yes, I’d give the Devil benefit of law, for my own safety’s sake!

    Professor Peterson echoes those same sentiments in this piece.

    Then there is a clip of an exchange between him and another serious intellectual with extraordinary insights, which reveal the destructive pathology behind progressivism, which is the antithesis of liberalism and shame on those who seek to inflate the two.

    Progressivism is Marxism–communism of a different kind.

  58. The following by the brilliant essayist and Hollywood writer Roger Simon hits it out of the ball park.

    The only flaw lies in the assumption that the bad guys in this script are capable of shame.

    They are career criminals and their crime is against the American People as a whole.

    They are in that sense they are worse than Manson.

    Career criminals do not experience shame.

    Shame is something not in their character.

    Instead they invoke noble virtues to cover up their dirty deeds.

    If I were on the jury, and the judge asked how say yea, my response would be simple:

    “Hang them high!”


    The more we learn about #Russiagate, or what we might now call #Dossiergate, the more the whole affair comes to resemble a Ken Kesey novel.

    Indeed, the more one considers all the players in this unbelievably bizarre saga, including: Sid “Vicious” Blumenthal, Cody “The Hatchet” Shearer, James “Reinhold Niebuhr” Comey, text-messaging “Pyramus” Peter Strzok and “Thisbe” Lisa Page, Andrew “The Vanisher” McCabe, Mark “Big Leaks” Warner, Christopher “Get Smart” Steele, Adam “Mendacity” Schiff, and Bruce and Nellie “Ratched” Ohr, not to mention the half-dozen or so other nameless people who mysteriously disappeared from the DOJ in recent days . . .

    The more it seems the only sane person in the entire demented charade is Devin Nunes.

    Want to know why there are so many redactions in those FBI/DOJ documents, the ones whose contents you can’t make heads or tails of while indelible ink spills off the pages and stains your best flokati rug black forever?

    It’s only 1% security but 99% humiliation.

    Forget “sources and methods.”

    They are so ashamed of themselves they don’t dare tell the truth.

    They should put a shroud over the Hoover Building and do penance until the next millennium.

    It’s that embarrassing. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

  59. The conventional wisdom emerging from Watergate is this:

    It isn’t the crime, it is the cover-up.

    Here however the crime is treason.

    Therefore, it IS the crime the crime itself.

    And the cover-up does not stand separate.

    Those who seek to cover it up–in the democrat party, and the media.

    Under the pretext of protecting the FBI, which they never cared much about before

    Should be seen for what they are—accessories after the fact to the crime.

    However, there is an additional reason this is important.

    Islamic terrorism has liberated the FBI from its traditional role.

    Historically, its jurisdiction ended at the shore–and from there the CIA took over.

    That was the traditional scope of its jurisdiction

    From the days of Hoover (FBI) and Wild Bill Donovan (CIA), formerly of the WWII Office of Strategic Services, later as the founding partner of the now defunct Wall Street firm Donavan and Leisure.

    Last week I spoke with someone who told me that one of his students is an FBI agent, and he just returned from an overseas assassination mission in Africa.

    In the past, that has been the sort of thing that the CIA did, as with Allende in Chile.

    Do I believe it?

    Let’s just say after seeing how far the FBI has gone in the dossier gate matter,

    And spying on American citizens

    I would have to say this in fairness:

    Foreign assassinations by the FBI under Obama, are not only possible, but likely.

  60. When future historians describe the descent into hell by the Obama Administration, they will say he was the first African American president, and by his actions, he proved that the erstwhile conspiracy theorists were right all along. Let the sunshine in, and drag that dark mover from behind the scenes into the sunlight, so he can be evaluated in the sober light of day.

  61. watched some of those hearings this morning…

    what is up with Wray? he said nothing supportive of PDT, when the Dems lobbed him questions to throw PDT under the bus, essentially by implication he did…he defended the FBI at every turn…ok, that’s his job…and when anyone, for example, Cotton asked questions that implied any funny business going on with Steele, etc Wray of course…he demurred and could not answer & maybe would have more to say in a closed setting; he also raised questions about timeline for Porter seemingly contradicting the WH…and for good measure Wray’s big concern was for Nunes memo; he had nothing to say about Repub memo which as I understand it is in the process of being ‘scrubbed’ by FBI now…Wray seemed ready to discredit PDT in public but anything that favored PDT could only be discussed in a confidential setting

    Wray sounds like he would go down with the FBI ship rather than do anything to acknowledge and/or straighten it out…

  62. Nicholas G. Garaufis is a Senior United States District Judge of the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York. Wikipedia
    Born: 1948, Paterson, NJ
    Nationality: None (Citizen of the World)
    Office: United States District Judge since 2000
    Appointed by: Bill Clinton
    Succeeded by: LaShann Moutique DeArcy Hall
    Education: Columbia College of Columbia University in the City of New York, Columbia University, Columbia Law School
    Another Ivy League Klingon raises his ugly head.

    Another member of the anti American resistance, whose fetish is to troll through the tweets of President Trump to find improper motive behind lawful constitutional actions reserved to the President under Article II.

    His next position will be on the secret court.

  63. “Judge Nicholas G. Garaufis said the administration does have the power to revoke DACA, but it must give a sound reason for doing so…”

    How’s this: DACA is unconstitutional.

    That means “against the Constitution of the U.S.”

    You know, that piece of paper you swore to uphold and defend?

  64. Admin: this is in follow-up to what S posted yesterday, and what you suggested in the last thread. It now appears that Nunez has someone in the engine room of this conspiracy, naming names. Small wonder, then, why the city of Washington is on pins and needles. One can scarcely imagine what that bug eyed demagogue and liar, Ad Man Shit will say to this.
    Dick Morris: Is There a New Deep Throat Feeding FBI Abuses to Intel Committee?
    By Dick Morris
    February 13, 2018 at 12:29pm

    Bill Priestap, the assistant director of the FBI Counterintelligence Division, is reportedly cooperating with Devin Nunes, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee, providing key information about the abuse in the Bureau.

    Priestap was Peter Strzok’s immediate supervisor.

    His approval was needed to authorize Strzok to speak with Christopher Steele about the phony dossier or to make any payments to the former British spy.

    Priestap’s name has been absent from the media coverage of the FBI scandal, but Utah Republican Congressman Chris Stewart — a member of the House Intelligence Committee — suggested on the Jeanine Pirro show on Fox News that his role will be more public in the future:

    “You’re going to be hearing a lot more on Bill Priestap.”

    Priestap met with Nunes as he was preparing the famous memo documenting the process by which the FBI obtained a FISA warrant to spy on Trump adviser Carter Page.

    Conservative Treehouse notes that “everyone around Bill Priestap, above and below, were caught inside the investigative net.”

    “Above him: James Comey, Andrew McCabe and James Baker.

    “Below him: Peter Strzok, Lisa Page, Jim Rybicki, Trisha Beth Anderson and Mike Kortan.

    If this is true, do you think this makes Bill Priestap an American hero?

    “Parallel to Priestap in main justice his peer John P Carlin resigned, Sally Yates fired, Mary McCord quit, Bruce Ohr was busted twice, and most recently Dave Laufman resigned. All of them caught in the investigative net. …

    “Only Bill Priestap remained, quietly invisible — still in position.”

  65. this is sort of OT but…
    when I woke up this morning & I heard the story about PDT’s admin considering the idea of replacing food stamps with food boxes I thought it was joke, they couldn’t actually be considering that idea and floating it because imho…it should be DOA…
    let me get this straight…they are going to spend millions & billions in this new budget…even Mattis is so happy he got everything he wanted & more for Defense but they have to save some money…
    so where are they going to go to find those savings…food stamps…yes, I know there is a lot of fraud…so go after the fraudsters but for the poor people that rely on food stamps, now Big Brother/Big Repub Govt is going to choose what they eat & put it in a box…a box…and give it to them
    this imo, is worse that Ocare…even though it is before my day, it reminds me of stories I heard of the govt giving velvetta cheese to the poor…this food box story actually makes me sick…

    there are so many reasons it is wrong, on a practical level, processed food is unhealthy, and anything that can go in a box probably has a lot of salt & preservatives, next people have a variety of food allergies, white rice & carbs are not good for you, people like to choose their own produce; their own texture, some people hate certain foods…
    so how does some govt person make those decisions for them…you know what this really reminds me of….Michelle Obama deciding what kids were going to eat in the schools…and we all know how that turned out…
    …and to make it worse, again, imo, I heard quite a few conservative pundits trying to rationalize this idea today…
    let me close by saying this is freaking tone deaf …tone deaf…”the old tax breaks to corporations but the poor now have to eat out of a govt box” tone deaf…it is mean spirited, condescending and a very bad idea…repubs need to ax this idea as fast as possible, before it gains any traction at all and for heaven’s sake…STOP…stop trying to rationalize why this is a good idea & saying that govt knows better than poor people to choose what is good for them to eat…because most of them are fat, etc…
    maybe I just dreamt this silly idea…I hope it disappears by tomorrow & frankly if I see Mulvaney out there pushing this idea I will know the repubs have lost their minds…

    someone needs to say they were only kidding…

  66. one last thing…this falls in the category of when PDT was going to lift the ban on killing elephants…trophy elephants as they were referred to…and the public, me being one of them, reacted against this idea…I was on twitter, as I was today to PDT…dumb, unnecessary idea…and to his credit, PDT heard our voices and did not allow the ban to be lifted…I was relieved because I was really questioning his judgment on that one…

    I hope he hears the voices on this even dumber Food Box idea and says adios to it…

  67. Admin: in the prior thread, you asked the salient question– who within the cabal cracks first?

    If you have ever cooked pop corn in a microwave, then you know that when they all start cracking, it is hard to know which cornel cracks first–because they all start cracking.

    What Joe DiGenova says is that we now have the name of the state department official who was the conduit of the dirty dossier into that department. Useful idiot that he was, he wrote an article attempting to vindicate himself, no one believed it, but he did earn himself a subpoena.

    But the bigger point, ignored by big media, is that when Trump sent the dim response to the dossier back to the dims to delete the provisions implicating sources and methods, he did not do so sua sponte (on his own motion)

    He did that based on a letter sent to him by the FBI which articulates there opposition to its release, which were security related and related to “law enforcement” objectives.

    To the trained eye of Joe DiGenova, a former US attorney, this reference to law enforcement objectives screams that a criminal investigation is under way already of the very people whose names have been exposed to date, including but not limited to Comey, Lynch, Stroke, Page, Ohr et ux, Baker, Carlin etc.

    That being the case, and given the support Joe has expressed for Sessions, it may turn out to be that Mr. Magoo has not been as asleep at the switch as some of us had assumed.

    Here is the video:


    Again, Admin’s sense of the moment has been proven prescient.

  69. Morris argues that this scandal, which will come to be seen as Obamagate, is WORSE THAN WATERGATE, because here we have the use of the media not to expose corruption, but to enable it, and to topple a duly elected president. There is a word for this: sedition. And it is far from clear that sedition is protected by the First Amendment.

  70. “This business of using the media to promote false scandals to topple governments is something the CIA deployed against adversaries during the cold war, but this is the first time it has been used in this country to topple a duly elected president.”—Morris

    In 2012, I had lunch with a former Secretary of the Navy who told me that initially, senior republican leadership believed Brennan was a good guy, but later revised their opinion of him. Ever since then, I have posted comments about him to that effect including his flirtations with communism and his conversion to Islam and his blind support for terrorist organizations, like the Muslim Brotherhood. I have suggested that he was a key member of the anti Trump cabal and needed to be cashiered. But even from the gutter he continues to make noises. Thus, it is gratifying to know that he has been caught in a web of lies, and will be subpoenaed by Congress to give answer for his false statements made under oath, claiming no knowledge of the dirty dossier. His side kick Clapper is a proven liar, and he is a dead ringer for Satan.

  71. Actually S I am
    Not totally against selected items that are buyable with food stamps. Unfortunately now you can buy soda, chips, lots of junk food on them. In some states cigarettes. It’s ridiculous. I actually remember my father coming home with a large sack of beans, rice, blocks of cheese. We were glad to have it. Food stamps are abused, sold under the counter, traded for drugs.
    There have to be limits. Something must be done

  72. Here Gingrich something else that I have been harping about.

    The FISA judge is in pare delicto, and needs to be subpoenaed before Congress.

    He needs to give a full accounting as to why he granted this warrant to spy on Americans, why he failed to ask logical questions about the source of the dossier, its tabloid nature, its undocumented assertions, etc, after two prior requests to spy on Americans were turned down by other judges on that same court.

    AND THEN you get into the question of who appointed that Judge to the court—Obama, what led to that appointment, and whether he was not simply part of the anti Trump resistance. I realize this is not standard practice, but this is an extraordinary case, and if he refuses to appear given these circumstances, then the world will know that he has something to hide. His name is Contreras, and he is the same Judge who was removed from the Flynn case.

    Newt’s comments on point appear at the 4:40 mark.

  73. At the end of the above interview Gingrich makes one final point.

    This is the clear example of the threat to the American People posed by the deep state.

    The fact that over 29,000 of them make over $190,000 per year is bad enough.

    But this is worse.

    They were determined to subvert the country

    And if Hillary had been elected as they were sure she would be their treachery would have passed unnoticed, and they would have been rewarded for it. And the decline of the country, began under Bush and Obama would have continued unabated.

    Only because enough people in three states voted for Trump–Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania switch parties, and voted for Donald Trump, did the truth come out.

    It is the sign of Providence.

  74. Joe DiGenova, whenever he guests on TV or radio, is doing the best job of anyone in coherently explaining this whole mess of exonerating Hillary and framing Trump by FBI and DOJ; he includes all of the publicly available facts, provides new information from his reliable sources and, most importantly, speaks slowly and never stammers over his words or deviates from his current thought. Andrew McCarthy is also doing a good job of this.

    Hannity is to be commended for keeping these issues in the public eye night after night after night for over a year; however, his rapid-talk recaps of the scandal’s history every night result more in confusion than enlightenment, even to people who have been following the story. By the time he is 15 minutes into his show, the only things I can remember him saying are the phrases “exoneration before investigation”, “Clinton-bought-and-paid-for dossier”, and “the fix was in.” He also interrupts his guests way too often. I understand that he has to keep the show moving and that there are time constraints but, if that is the case, he needs to re-structure the show to have fewer guests and more time to allow them to complete their thoughts. That being said, Hannity still deserves great praise for consistently covering this scandal every night.

    I have been critical of Sleepy Sessions in the past; however, DiGenova has intimated that the AG has been working with the IG all along. I would love to be proven wrong about Sessions’ involvement in investigating this scandal.

  75. In due course, this investigation will come to be known as Obamagate.

    Judge Napolitano follows the bread crumbs from the belated Rice Memo to the (uber corrupt) Big Media Beloved Messiah, noting that here, as with Benghazi, this little fool keeps falling on her sword for that left wing extremist/Soros plant. Accordingly, this email to herself is less a case of CYA as one of COA–Cover Obama’s Ass.
    Judge Napolitano: New Susan Rice Email an “Obama Attempt to Rewrite History”
    News Commentary
    By Matt | Contributor | February 13, 2018 12:03PM
    A newly-released email from Susan Rice on Inauguration Day outlines former President Barack Obama’s guidance at a high-level meeting about how law enforcement should investigate alleged Russian interference in the 2016 election.

    In the email, Rice wrote “President Obama began the conversation by stressing his continued commitment to ensuring that every aspect of this issue is handled by the Intelligence and law enforcement communities ‘by the book.’ The president stressed that he is not asking about, initiating or instructing anything from a law enforcement perspective. He reiterated that our law enforcement team needs to proceed as it normally would by the book.”

    The email first surfaced yesterday when Sens. Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham sent her a letter questioning it.

    “She’s sending herself an email talking about a conversation on Jan. 5 with the president, reassuring herself, and I guess the president, that this would be done by the book.” Graham said on Fox News’ Martha MacCallum’s show last night. “I think that’s odd and disturbing because we know the investigation regarding the Trump campaign was anything but by the book.”

    Judge Andrew Napolitano also appeared on the show, and had a theory that it was Obama himself behind the email, in what appears to be “an effort by Susan Rice to reconstruct history.” According to the Gateway Pundit,

    Napolitano says the email was an effort to cover-up her former boss’s role in the plot to sabotage President Trump.
    On Tuesday morning Judge Napolitano expanded on his comments.

    Judge Napolitano told FOX and Friends only one person could have told her to write the memo and that is Barack Obama.

    Judge Napolitano: Only one person could have told her to write the email and she keeps falling on her sword for him. Remember when she went all over the networks with the crazy narrative on Benghazi was caused by a video? We know that’s not true.

  76. Amin: It is time to drag Barack Obama into the sunlight, into the courts. No more cut outs. It has been Barack Obama all along.
    The Susan Rice email may provide the portal into the heart of the conspiracy.

    First of all, there is the timing of it. If it had been written contemporaneously, then it might appear to be innocent. But the fact is, it was written much later, and that alone suggests that it is an attempt to rewrite history, and to cover up what actually occurred, in response to incriminating facts which emerged between the time that the meeting took place, and the time the email was written.

    Second, this suspicion is corroborated by the contents of the email, which are contradicted by all the revelations which have emerged in the interim. The fundamental assertion that Obama ordered that the investigation and the transition be handled by the book, is belied by the fact that nothing that was done here by the FBI and DOJ was by the book. So unless McCabe, Comey, Lynch, Stroke, Pate, Ohr, Baker et al were proceeding on their own initiative and defying their boss, the rule of probability informs us that the big media beloved messiah (and his handler Soros) was at the center of this conspiracy.

    It is beyond stupid that Rice would write a memo such as this, and the directive for her to have done so undoubtedly came from Obama himself, in which case he is a dumb son of a bitch as well. This email is not a fig leaf, it is a dagger pointed directly at his throat. For someone who has risen to power by moving the chess pieces on the board, and denying any involvement—not a smidgeon of proof, I did not know about it until I read about it in the newspaper, I told them to do everything they could to save our troops, but will not turn over the records proving this, this email is not exonerating, it is incriminating.

  77. Just to go back to Contreras for a second, it is clear that the FBI failed to investigate the dossier, and failed to tell the Judge who paid for it. But that is only half the problem. The other half is the Judge did not do his job, which would have asked questions in this area, which ANY other judge would have asked when other judges on the same court had denied a surveillance warrant, and the dossier, on its face was not credible. To have not asked the logical questions, in an ex parte proceeding, and issuing a warrant to spy on American citizens tells us enough about his judge to say he should not be exonerated based on the bomide that the FBI presented false or insufficient facts to him. There is more to it than that. We have seen so much judicial obstruction from Obama appointees that it is not beyond the pale to suggest that this judge may be part of it as well.

  78. Only because enough people in three states voted for Trump–Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania switch parties, and voted for Donald Trump, did the truth come out.

    It is the sign of Providence.
    In addition it is proof that Bismark was on to something when he said “God protects fools, drunks and the United States of America”.

  79. Gonzo,
    I understand your concerns & I agree with weeding out the fraud & making the FS part only for FS, I thought they were only allowed to buy certain things, namely Food and other things got rejected with they cards, ie paper goods, animal food, etc…if it is different state by state that needs to be tightened up…and frankly people that are not qualified to get them absolutely should not, including illegals…much the same way they seem to get stolen SS cards, what’s up with that?
    also I thought it was a federal program…each state having their own domain kind of worries me…way too easy to get the old fraud methods in place…you scratch my back i scratch yours…

    but in the 21st century it is demeaning to good people that are poor to have to wait for a box delivery with pre chosen food for them to eat…and again, imo, to suffer & be humilated because of the bad fraudsters…in our times, for one thing we know that people have food allergies, ie peanut butter, dairy products/cheese, certain fruits & veggies, etc…talk about regulation, how are they going to deal with all of those specific choices & needs and not to mention the variation of the quality of food pending its location origin & transportation, etc

    …so if one kid is allergic to what the govt chooses, does he/she just not to get to eat for the survival of the others??
    and I for one, would hate for anyone to pick out my produce…Yuk, no thanks, I’d probably go without eating; I am very particular about texture, color, etc…some things I can’t even stand the smell of…(Gonzo, you shared one of your family memories with food; made me think of when my parents were scrambling & my mother would make frankfurter & beans, how I hated them, I couldn’t even stand to look a the hot dog…and true to form, when I grew up I haven’t had a hot dog or hamburger in at least 30/40 years… the idea of how they put them together, etc…just turns me off)

    and imo…why should the govt deny well intended families the opportunity to go to the supermarket, like other normal families do, and choose their own food; in fact maybe they have some cash to supplement a fish or meat choice…
    again, imho…it is just too demeaning to the good people…yes there are the bad, but many…that are just trying to get buy the best way they can…

    I am all for stopping the fraud, the selling of FS, the ability to buy cigarettes & alcohol…i can’t even believe how they pull that off…call me naive…

    update: anyway, this am I saw that this idea is not being considered seriously and for all practical purposes is DOA…evidently something about it being floated in conjunction with the farm bill & a distraction bla, bla…

    i still contend that in the political climate we are in…it is a tone deaf idea & will work against repubs & PDT…he is starting to climb in the polls, people outside of the base are starting to lean towards PDT & the repubs…they cannot come across as heartless & mean spirited towards needy people & then turn around & seemingly give big handouts to corporations, etc

    I guess you can never take ‘all’ of the “bleeding heart” out of some of us…

    bottom line, I want PDT’s admin to be seen as caring…I think he is going above & beyond with his ivery generous mmigration proposals, coincidently I just saw Eric Bolling on TV & it is the first time he spoke about losing his son to opioids and Eric raved about how much PDT cares about this issue & is on top of it and supporting it…PDT just put $ 6 BILLION dollars into the budget to combat this epidemic of death…
    ok, that’s my two cents…

  80. Just to go back to Contreras for a second, it is clear that the FBI failed to investigate the dossier, and failed to tell the Judge who paid for it. But that is only half the problem. The other half is the Judge did not do his job, which would have asked questions in this area, which ANY other judge would have asked when other judges on the same court had denied a surveillance warrant, and the dossier, on its face was not credible. To have not asked the logical questions, in an ex parte proceeding, and issuing a warrant to spy on American citizens tells us enough about his judge to say he should not be exonerated based on the bomide that the FBI presented false or insufficient facts to him. There is more to it than that. We have seen so much judicial obstruction from Obama appointees that it is not beyond the pale to suggest that this judge may be part of it as well.
    Agreed. There is no way the judge should have issued a FISA warrant without asking more questions.

    I’d like to think the judge was simply too busy, too careless, or even too incompetent to probe deeper, and chose instead to trust the FBI.

    But I fear the explanation may be more sinister than that.

  81. a few things:

    I also hope that the strategy of Sessions is to work essentially in conjunction with IG’s report
    I also have suspicions about these FISA judges and have seen reported that Devin Nunes has plans to discuss this process with Roberts at Supreme Court; too many of these judges are O appointees and rogue & continually need to be swatted into line by SC

    below is another link that outlines & is grist for the mill re: Preistap…

  82. FYI… Nicholas Cruz is a registered Democrat in Oakland Park in Broward county; he is a “resistance” supporter; follows ANTIFA, Syrian, Iraq resisters
    GP has screen shots & photos of his Instagram; police chief here says his social media footprint is very disturbing
    Instagram may be in the process of scrubbing him

    he was well known to the students here; he was expelled last year, was really into guns & threatening the students; students as young as 11 were interviewed today & many of them said as soon as they knew there was a shooter on their campus they knew it was him…they used to say that if there ever was a shooter at their school it would be him…and today it became real…

    17 as of now are confirmed dead, including some teachers; he was heavily armed

  83. wow…how does Instagram allow people like Cruz to post; social media will censor conservatives but they let these monsters post; take a look at his arsenal of weapons & knives; he sounds like a very hate filled angry deranged person

  84. Senator Grassley rips Sessions

    Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley hit back hard at Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday after his former Senate colleague launched a preemptive strike on his criminal justice bill.

    The legislation, which Grassley has worked on for more than two years, is expected to win committee approval Thursday. But it faces a tough climb to the Senate floor amid reluctance from GOP leaders and conservative resistance. Sessions, who opposed the reform effort during his time on the Judiciary panel, piled on Wednesday with a letter warning that the bipartisan proposal “risks putting the very worst criminals back into our communities.”

  85. A friend of mine is a professional golfer from South Africa. He and I have had some very interesting conversations about what happened to his homeland over the past 50 years. Like others I have known from that country, some of whom were policeman, and one of who now deceased was a body guard for LeClerq, during the final days of apartheid, all of them had a deep admiration for Mandela. Mandela represented the apogee of a democratic movement, and Mandela was wise enough to realize that the black majority needed the white minority to keep the country prosperous, thus avoiding the mistake that was made in Rhodesia, where they ran off the whites, and installed a Marxist/tribalist regime under a dictator named Mugabe. But since the death of Mandela the country has taken a major turn for the worse. The successor has been murdering whites in droves, and confiscating their land. But you will not hear a word of this in big media, and least of all NYT. The people they are murdering are Africaners, who are a very tough group of people—just ask the British. And they are well armed. He believes that the whites are about to strike back and then you will have civil war in which the innocents get slaughtered. Since that conversation, I see that the head of that government has now stepped down. Had he stayed he would have been assassinated most likely. The reasons for this are political, economic, etc. But they are also genetic. Professor Jordan Peterson, who I commended to your attention previously because of his heroic stand against political correctness, has noted that in the world of apes, if the leader of the group becomes too violent, the other apes will kill him.

    My friend said something about this entire affair that bears repeating. In the days of apartheid, the pendulum swung far in the wrong direction, then with the presidency it reached an equilibrium, a center that the radicals and the conservatives (racists) alike were comfortable with. BUT IT DID NOT STOP THERE. Rather, it continued to swing to the opposite direction which was equally wrong, and that is where it is today.

    The same logic applies to the left, who for so long assured us that they were all about equality, and many naive people accepted them at their word. They even believed them when they gave us this blather about creating a rich tapesty of races, living together in perfect harmony under the same roof, like Red Vienna in the 1920’s and the well meaning useful idiots again took them at their word, They accepted speech codes, because being the fine people they were, they did not want to hurt any ones feelings or be mean. How fucking quaint they were. And how naive. Under Obama, the left gained real power, and suddenly the mask came off, just as Orwell predicted it would. And now the naive do gooders who fell for the song and dance are getting exactly what they deserved for being stupid. The organizers of the womens march have turned their howitzers on white women, whom they now tell us suppress women of color. Sure, it is hogwash. But it is revealing hog wash because it shed light on the real agenda of the left, which is not equality, but tribalism, and ultimately the destruction of this country. Want proof. Take a look at this:

  86. During the late 18th century, there were two revolutions that shook the world. One was the American Revolution which established a constitutional republic and limited the powers of government. The other was the French Revolution which was the genesis of the left as we know it today. It unleashed murdered people in the millions, and it set the continent of Europe ablaze, under the banner of liberty, fraternity and equality. It ended at Waterloo, but it never really ended because the communist revolutions of the last century were based on the same principle–radical equality wherein the leaders are more equal than others. In the aftermath of Europe those ideas came to this country under what came to be called the Frankfurt school, and it has had its march through the institutions. The college professors are predominantly leftists, the college bureaucrats who enforce speech codes are simple commissars of a different kind. And big media is infected with this same disease, and the only answer is to find a lawful way to drag all of them down into the same sewer they are creating for the rest of us. Professor Victor Davis Hanson has been compelling in his comparisons of the wealth coastal enclaves vs. the rural areas of California who bear the costs of illegal immigration, and the deterioration of their world. That is why there is political pressure to split the state into two states, and I for one hope that happens.

  87. btw…what in the world is wrong with PDT lawyer Michael Cohen…that Stormy story finally started to die down & Cohen hits the news cycle saying he paid the $130,000 hush money to Stormy out of his pocket…and supposedly he is shopping a book around…and how she is back in the headlines saying he didn’t honor the deal so now she can tell her side of the story…so that story will pick up traction again for days, weeks who knows

    then Omarosa backstabs PDT
    and Reince is out throwing shade on PDT & early WH days
    and the topper is Scaramucci is on a campaign to get Kelly fired…he is all over twitter badmouthing Kelly & insisting he must resign & using the word disgusting
    and frankly I don’t think Trey Gowdy is that lily white either; he also throws some shade towards PDT; certainly he is no Devin Nunes that’s for sure…

    they are all a bunch of media whores…the whole lot of them…

    wow PDT really knows how to pick vultures & blood suckers who turn on him with a vengeance…How he can trust anyone is a mystery to me

  88. The high school killings took place about 50 miles from Trump’s Maralago. And about 30 miles from the high school my daughter attended. I am so angry, I am ready to get a pitch fork and march. WTF to FBI has been sniffing mattresses for Russian hooker piss while monsters like Cruz are left with access to our kids to slaughter them? This is a total failure of law enforcement, starting with the FBI.

    These deaths are on the heads of Mueller and company abusing and misusing their powers and if Trump does not hold them responsible I will loose all respect for him.

  89. I wonder what others think of this publisher. I found it informative about Zimmerman, and now it provides a backstory which includes bullying and loss of family.
    Nikolas Cruz: Troubled suspect had been expelled from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School

    Not to say he gets any kind of a pass. But to say there will be no remedy to problems like his until the cause is accurately identified. My pet peeve cause, bullying does come up here and it is a ‘pet’ because I watched school bullying destroy one of my kids. But 2018 Conservatives have long felt the pain of bullying too. I wish there could be a serious national discussion about it.

  90. We’ve all been bullied, at least the majority of us as kids, teens, family members, strangers.
    Not once did I think to pick up a gun and kill people
    It’s an excuse for a sick society, lack of personality responsibility, horrible parenting, no parenting, divorced families with “me first” parents. Drugging up kids with Ritalin and wondering why they become addicted, this it takes a village BS is reaping its rewards unfortunately. Lack of faith… lack of respect for authority… our culture is falling apart. Clearly I am not saying people need to stay in abusive loveless relationships, but if people elect to have children, they must provide the support and foundation regardless of their relationship.

  91. One can only take so much killing of our youth. I’m all second admendment but we are now dealing with a nation of mentally Ill syncopates and I think in the end we will be giving up some of our freedoms, and yes criminals will have the upper hand for some time to come.
    If they want to kill themselves in Chicago, Detroit, Baltimore, let them, but at some point someone has to take responsibility and action. This “kid”, was living with his parents, much like the Columbine kids and both had Arsenal’s and this one had a violent, threatening history. WTF were the parents doing? If you don’t know your kid is building an arsenal, I don’t think you are doing your job.
    They need to be held responsible, I don’t care that he was an adult. Until someone somewhere is held responsible nothing will change. There needs to be pressure on parents to do their job. Under Democratic Government, they feel they can do your job better than you. They feed the kids 3 meals a day, even in summer in many places, they teach them “Government “ values, declare religion mute, unless your antiChristian, they use schools to not only funnel their BS but they are true indoctrination centers.
    Look where it has gotten us…
    Maybe we can start with anyone that needs antipsychotic medication must never be able to buy a gun and actually enforce the law. Maybe there needs to be a mandatory mental health check, yes I know, who in the Government would you trust with the job, but something has to give.

  92. I read that too S about Trumps lawyer, he has sure had a shit load of backstabbing incompetent people he has hired for saying he always hires the best. Guess he didn’t realize the depth of traitors in his mist. Business is different than Government, but shady lawyers trying to sell books, Geez, and Trey is a real piece, I don’t trust him, never have after initially thinking he was a good guy. I haven’t heard Pribus crap yet, been thinking he was awful quiet. Sac, consider the source, he was a tornado of insanity, the media will lap it up

  93. holdthemaccountable February 15, 2018 at 7:24 am continued.
    My child refused to go to school. So counseling was mandatory for her. Most of the counselors were worse off than she was. NY Metro area, mind you.
    When that did not work, the principal threatened jail for me. Fortunately there was a parochial school willing to take her in.
    As long as I could afford to keep her there, she did very well.
    And now I see bullying as a pervasive national influence in the form of the Democrat party.
    Where do I see it? On the House and Senate floors.
    On Fox News now that it has committed to have panels which include the Left.

    Until people with deficient egos mature enough to loosen their tongues, it’s a particular hell.

  94. *WTF to FBI has been sniffing mattresses for Russian hooker piss while monsters like Cruz are left with access to our kids to slaughter them? This is a total failure of law enforcement, starting with the FBI.

    ….. And fair to categorize the above an understatement-

    Fair also to assume, the FBI totally knew how dangerous this kid was from the information about him weaponizing his idiosyncrasies easily available to them on FB. Profiled him, and knew it wouldn’t be long before the subject would explode in dramatic fashion possibly as a mass shooting. The subject shooter was ripe for harvesting the benefits and the HATE served up by the Liberal Anti-Gun nuts in an attempt to make Trump look caught on his back foot; when the end result, remains another Failed FBI operation that could have saved lives.

    *Cruz created the perfect vehicle for the Dem’s to get off DACA etc. and move on to the next topic for the grist- Gun Control.. When in fact, an armed policeman permanently stationed at the school could have taken Cruz out the minute he was spotted (on camera with a gun).

  95. This is how schools in Israel handle a prospective school shooter.
    They haven’t had a school shooter in years..

    Since most teachers in the US are against guns, I doubt they would make the transition voluntarily to safer schools with the addition of carrying a weapon.

    But the depiction below is how it’s done in Israel. Shooters afraid to approach a Mama Grizzly with a gun!

  96. Mrs. Smith1
    February 15, 2018 at 5:35 pm
    Over at Zerohedge there are numerous posts on what the FBI did here. Have they declared war on the populous that elected Trump? Will Trump call them out on it? The horror and sorrow needs to die down as the chatter about the FBI continues and then Trump needs to drop a tweet on them that Ajax won’t take off.

  97. holdthemaccountable
    February 15, 2018 at 12:39 pm
    So sorry for your child’s pain. But she did not commit mass murder over it. Lots of people hurt. Lots of people have mental disorders. Mass murder is just evil.

  98. Parkland is about 15 minutes give or take from Boca and has some very affluent areas . I was in a meeting at a bank from 4-6 yesterday and not a word till I got out and saw all the calls and texts as I had my phone off.
    My daughter is in 6th grade and kids on her campus up here in Boca-Delray already heard about it and my wife was talking to her all evening as she was scared to go to school today. Sadly, this is the world we live in . As far as gun control, I’ve never owned a gun but have always supported the 2nd amendment. I don’t like tragedies to be used for political scores by either side. There is no way you can stop someone who is hell bent on killing people. The unusual thing about this horrific event is the guy didn’t kill himself and hopefully something can be learned from the mind of a person capable of doing such a thing. These school shootings are different form the religious nut jobs who blow themselves up as martyrs . I have my own thoughts on what weapons should and should not be sold, so I am not a “purist” in terms of absolutely no gun control. However, with that said, if someone wants a weapon that can do this kind of carnage, they will always be able to buy it whether legal or not. No real good solution other than reporting people whom you may suspect of being capable of this although that did not work in this case either!!!

  99. jbstonesfan
    February 16, 2018 at 12:06 am
    What the public should be afraid of is an FBI that knew this could happen and did not stop it. Was it because we elected a POTUS who would challenge their abuses and their corrupt power structure? So the response from these swamp monsters is, if we challenge them, they will kill our children?

    Yes, be afraid. Be very afraid.

    Where is my pitchfork?

  100. FBI Admits It Investigated YouTube “School Shooting” Threat, Failed To Identify Person Behind It

    In the latest humiliation for the scandal-plagued FBI – one which this time had deadly results – the FBI agent in charge of the Florida shooting probe admitted that the Bureau had investigated a school shooting threat made on YouTube last year but could not identify person behind it even though Nikolas Cruz used his real name to sign the threat. Perhaps it was too busy unmasking member of the Trump administration?

  101. Lu4PUMA
    February 16, 2018 at 6:30 am
    FBI Admits It Investigated YouTube “School Shooting” Threat, Failed To Identify Person Behind It

    In the latest humiliation for the scandal-plagued FBI – one which this time had deadly results
    You’ve come a long way baby.

    BTW I did not see Peter Stroke in the cast of characters.

    Presumably, an oversight.

    Or else, his publicity agent failed to pay the studio the vig–to Pelicano.

  102. Big media IS the vehicle through which the deep state controls the domestic population, and whenever that domestic population realizes that they are being fucked, the deep states lets in more ILLEGAL ALIENS to disenfranchise the domestic population, and destroy their communities. The test case for this is California, and the effects are well documented by Victor Davis Hanson.

    Long before Katie Couric–“the affable Eva Braun of Big Media, got caught red handed altering taped interviews of conservative panels to support their narrative that conservatives are either ignorant or malicious, ergo their arguments are not worth responding to, she had an interview with Ann Coulter, in which she took quotes from Ann’s book out of context, and fashioned them into a series of have you stopped beating your dog question, punctuated with that plastic smile which was always Couric’s imprimatur, which other members of big media called fresh, the girl next door, plucky, etc. Ann, in the course of the interview proved that Couric was/is in fact the reincarnation of Eva Braun, and she went on to prove that she is not exactly affable at all. It is reassuring to know that after she conducted the disingenuous interview of the conservative group, and it was proven to a fare the well that this was a fraudulent hatchet job, her appearances on big media have become rare. To achieve its mission, described above, big media needs escape artists, not those who get caught. In that sense she is a little bit like John McCain, a liar of a different kind.

    This “interview” is priceless, and it may come in handy in case the plucky girl next door tries to make a comeback as a leading lady of big media. Personally, I prefer Andrea Mitchell, who plays the same game without the schmary smile which is little Katie’s imprimatur.

  103. By The Editorial Board
    Feb. 15, 2018 7:22 p.m. ET

    The news that billionaire investor Peter Thiel is decamping to Los Angeles to escape the stifling political conformity of Silicon Valley won’t shatter the republic, but pillars of the Valley would be wise to heed its warning. One reason the maestros of tech are becoming political targets is because they are seen as partisan and disdainful of middle America.

    “Silicon Valley is a one-party state,” Mr. Thiel said last month during a debate at Stanford University. “That’s when you get in trouble politically in our society, when you’re all in one side.” He’s right.

    Once such Valley icons as Intel and Hewlett-Packard were seen as nonpolitical. But the titans of recent vintage—Google, Facebook and others—are rightly seen as thoroughly allied with the political and cultural left. Google’s purging of conservative James Damore was something of a watershed of public recognition of this reality, and a declaration by a Facebook board member like Mr. Thiel is further affirmation of this bias.

    Americans who once thought of Silicon Valley as a jewel of U.S. innovation are likely to turn against these companies if they see them as relentless political enemies. Mr. Thiel is giving his tech friends good advice.

  104. Thanks for the kind expressions above.

    As a band parent back then, I was totally familiar with the school which delighted one of my daughters, but not the other; and am of the opinion that it’s a typical school, maybe even above average for 1980’s. In one of the last discussions I had with that principal, I suggested that manners should be addressed. Like he was going to do something about that. Although that might be considered now.

    Fast forward to Twitter. [Don’t you love it? Anchors are now using tweets to report news!!!!!!]
    I can get over the top snarky there and once went off on cyberschools as cop-outs to real education. Someone nicer than I replied with an article about how important an alternative they are to kids who cannot take the mayhem of school.
    I’ve come to think of them as fields of misery for many. There’s a lot that is not right. Teacher’s unions still rule. For decades the dominant New Jersey union has been a sponsor of the local news aired on WNET (PBS).
    FBI – I saw coverage of the failure to locate the correct Cruz, but I understood it to mean the institution was too busy frying Trump. Thanks for the alternative discussion which seems spot on. It certainly did not take Obama any time at all to tweet his recommendation.
    Finally Ben Carson, who already knew about Parkland, threw this in the mix:
    Never give in — never, never, never, in nothing great or small, large or petty, never give in except to convictions of honour and good sense. Never yield to force; never yield to the apparently overwhelming might of the enemy. ~ Winston Churchill
    10:41 PM – 14 Feb 2018

    I’m clinging to it as if Ben and Candy know something we don’t know.

  105. re: the Parkland school shooting

    I am also not very far from this area & let me just say that this is heartbreaking, really heartbreaking, the closer or more familiar you get with each individual that was killed or witnessed what happened & fled for their life & listen to their story, the more painful it is…for the most part these are kids ranging from 14-18 and I believe 3 adults murdered…each individual story makes your heart feel heavy and for me tears swell…such innocent, young, beautiful young kids with their whole life ahead of them…so much promise, so many plans, so much to do…and what is left is their heartbroken parents & friends & now strangers who know them by their photos…left in shock, numbness, pain & more tears…oh God…we ask, Why? Why? this is not fair…this is not fair…

    then another reality starts setting in…the political reality…
    I cannot stand Debbie Wasserman Shultz…I have felt that way for a long time…but she has out done herself…She was at the vigil held for the students killed and she could not even let that go without turning it into a political rally against guns…now I have my own feelings about guns…but this vigil was not the place…I cannot stand that woman…students, friends, families and parents in shock & tears and she is talking about “other people’s politicians’ and electing people that agree with us…bla, bla…I hate to say this but she is a witch…a wretched witch…

    as for guns…I have been on twitter going back & forth with this issue…bottom line, imho…this is not an ‘all or nothing’ issue and it is a very Emotional issue…
    we need common sense…they are some that are screaming “gun control, gun control’ and they mean “no guns” for anyone Period…and there are those that are screaming “Second Amendment” and they do not want anything touched, including assault weapons…
    for starters I think most normal people will agree that teenagers should not be allowed to buy weapons, especially these rapid fire rifles; especially if said teenagers have known mental issues & multiple incidents with violence & extremely violent social media postings & photos showing arsenal of weapons & knives…why would anyone sell these weapons to a kid? especially one that appears strange to begin with…

    the reality is that ‘that same kid’ can probably get that weapon on the black market just like kids these days can get just about any drug they want illegally
    so obviously ‘kids getting guns’ does go beyond the guns being legal issue, but I fall on the side that teenagers do not need these guns…there really is too much in their digital & video world that distorts reality with the profound damage these guns can do

    (anyone ever take a peek at some of these very violent video games)…and frankly there are too many kids that are troublemakers…I see newsclips every day about robberies & car jackings etc where these kids are blatantly attacking people with guns in their hands, just saw one where in broad daylight 3 of them went up to someone pumping gas & pulled out guns & shot him in the head dead…so why make it even easier for them to buy…sadly Florida has their share of this stuff

    (wbboei & many of us must be thinking ‘in our day’ kids fought it out, but didn’t have guns…these days they do…way too many of them & really young kids included)

    as for taking guns away from law abiding citizens I say NO…they are entitled to protect themselves & their families & their 2nd amendment right…why punish them!!

    good example…it any of us every find ourselves in any situation comparable to what those kids were in on Valentine’s Day, I believe most sane people, want someone on “our” side to have a gun to take out the attacker

    that brings me to the last point I want to make re: armed security in the schools & teachers…this is a point going back & forth on twitter

    I believe that faced with the reality we live in these days & the lack of impulse control the nature of many hot, violent & angry kids out there that ALL…ALL of our schools need a central entrance with ID card (Parkland had that) & at least 2 ARMED trained security officers (evidently Parkland had 1 but he was nowhere in sight), in addition, I think they should explore designating 1-2 teachers who volunteer & are qualified to train & license them to have a weapon that they are in charge of & conceal & keep locked but that they can gain access to in such circumstances as just happened at Parkland…If Parkland had had that, then their beloved hero coach, Aaron Feis, that they are all mourning would have had more than his body to protect those kids; he could have been armed to save some of those kids & maybe himself…He tried, that man tried his very best…

    We need common sense not political outbursts from DWS at a memorial gathering…

  106. “Silicon Valley is a one-party state,” Mr. Thiel said last month during a debate at Stanford University.
    As a tech worker in Silicon Valley, I can confirm the accuracy of Mr. Thiel’s statement.

    It’s so bad here that even hinting that you support Trump can derail your career.

    Admitting outright that you voted for him can get you fired.

    Yet another reason I’m looking forward to moving to TX.

  107. 13 Russian nationals indicted for interfering in US elections
    The indictment – the first filed against Russian nationals as part of Mueller’s probe – effectively returns focus to the meddling activities out of Russia in the run-up to the 2016 election, following a string of charges relating to the actions of Trump associates.
    Further, the DOJ made clear that the indictment does not allege that any of the interference changed the outcome of the presidential race.

    “There is no allegation in this indictment that any American was a knowing participant in this illegal activity. There is no allegation in the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election,” Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who oversees the special counsel probe, said at a Friday press conference.

    The 37-page indictment was signed by Mueller.

    The defendants are accused of spreading derogatory information about Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, denigrating Republican candidates Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio — and ultimately supporting Democratic candidate Bernie Sanders and then-Republican candidate Donald Trump.

    It says the defendants spread derogatory information about various candidates throughout the 2016 campaign and by “early to mid-2016” were supporting Trump’s presidential campaign.

    “There is no allegation in the indictment that the charged conduct altered the outcome of the 2016 election.”
    – Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein
    Rosenstein, though, said that after the election, the group worked both to stage rallies in favor of President-elect Trump and in opposition to his election.

    Rosenstein on Friday described a sophisticated operation by Russian organization Internet Research Agency. He said the scheme involved setting up hundreds of social media accounts using stolen or fictitious identities to make it appear like the accounts were controlled by individuals in the U.S. He said the defendants posed as politically active Americans and recruited “real Americans” to stage rallies and engage in political activities.

    But Rosenstein said those Americans did not know they were communicating with Russians.

    The indictment says the actions date back to 2014.

    According to the special counsel, the indictment charges the defendants with conspiracy to defraud the United States, three defendants with conspiracy to commit wire fraud and bank fraud and five defendants with aggravated identity theft.

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