Saturday, May 19, 2018

Codename: Crossfire Hurricane

Stefan Halper, Director of American Studies at Cambridge University and a partner at Cambridge Security Initiative along with former MI-6 chief Sir Richard Dearlove is the informant spook who provided information to the CIA and FBI for the Russia investigation before and after Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s appointment on May 17, 2017.
It has now been confirmed the Trump campaign was subjected to spying tactics via FISA surveillance, national security letters and covert intelligence operatives who work with the CIA and allied intelligence agencies.
CNN, NBC, The Washington Post and New York Times are more nervous than a virgin at a prison rodeo awaiting the release of the much-anticipated Department of Justice Inspector General’s report on the FBI and DOJ’s investigation and handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe.
The Clinton report is expected to be followed by a third report on the IG’s investigation into the FBI and DOJ’s handling of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) application on Carter Page, a former volunteer for the Trump campaign. The IG announced this investigation in March.
The good Roger Simon bluntly wrote, “What is being exposed now is an attempt by our highest law enforcement agency working in concert with our intelligence agencies and, evidently, the blessing of the former administration itself to block the candidate of the opposing party, even to defraud and spy on him, that is to, as others have said, "set him up." And then, if they were unsuccessful, make it impossible for him to govern. In addition, in all probability, the same players conspired to make certain Hillary Clinton was not indicted for a crime for which virtually any other American would have done jail time.”
If all that made your blood boil, watch former U.S. Attorney General Joe di Genova predict what’s coming for Brennan and his friends in the press.

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Thursday, May 17, 2018

Where Oh Where Has My Context Been Taken?

Chuck "The Schmuck" Schumer never fails to entertain the electorate with his gleefully obtuse mischaracterizations of conservative opinions.  In his latest thigh slapper Schumer  destroys the entire contextual universe in order to accuse President Trump of insulting the great-great grandparents of millions of Americans. President Trump was actually talking about the savages who belong to the Salvadoran criminal organization known as MS-13.

Schumer naturally took the President's words and ran them through the prevaricator vortex.
NBC News icon Andrea Mitchell led the media-Democrat hit job on President Donald Trump over remarks he made about deporting illegal immigrant gang members, calling them “animals” when he was asked about MS-13 at an illegal immigration roundtable at the White House Wednesday. Mitchell and others falsely said Trump called all immigrants ‘animals’, with several equating Trump to Hitler. Well, despite EVEN the left-leaning AP deleting their “animals” tweet, Schumer is doubling down. Of course. 
This time, hilariously comparing all of our “great-great-grandparents” to MS-13 gang members. Twitter is not having it.

Schumer quote: "When all of our great-great-grandparents came to America they weren’t “animals,” and these people aren’t either.
I have several layers of immigrant great-great-grandparents; all of whom came to the US shortly after the Civil War.  My maternal great-grandmother's father was a minor French noble. My maternal great-grandfather's father was a crippled Irish shepard boy. My paternal great-great grandparents were both from Hungary.

I did a lot of research on and although two people on my father's side did time in NYS prisons, *blush* absolutely no one raped, beheaded or dismembered a single soul. No one sold heroin or cocaine. Booze - well yeah - Prohibition and all that - but no drugs!

President Trump was not referring to my great-great-grandparents and only an uniformed idiot would think so.

More here.

Every Voter In A Red State With A Democrat Senator Should Ask: Are MS-13 Members “Animals” And Vote Accordingly

The speedy dissemination of lies and the much slower propagation of corrective truths have a very long history. Literary figure Jonathan Swift wrote on this topic in “The Examiner” in 1710:
Besides, as the vilest Writer has his Readers, so the greatest Liar has his Believers; and it often happens, that if a Lie be believ’d only for an Hour, it has done its Work, and there is no farther occasion for it. Falsehood flies, and the Truth comes limping after it; so that when Men come to be undeceiv’d, it is too late; the Jest is over, and the Tale has had its Effect.
It all started yesterday during a meeting with President Trump and law enforcement officers and mayors from California sanctuary cities.  In asking about the savage MS-13 gangs, Fresno County Sheriff Margaret Mims said, “There could be an MS-13 gang member I know about, if they don’t reach a certain threshold, I cannot tell ICE about them.”
As you clearly heard there, the President referred to dangerous MS-13 gang members as “animals” but anti-Trump media organizations conveniently took his comments out of context to make it appear that he was talking about illegal immigrants.
Long after it was clear that Trump was talking about MS-13, news organizations continued to inaccurately use the quote to rile up the left.
Trump haters at the New York Daily News published on its front page: “Trump hurls hate at immigrants: ‘These aren’t people. These are animals.’”
CNBC’s John Harwood, who has close ties to longtime Clinton crony John Podesta, took things a step further and admitted that he sympathizes with the dangerous gang members.
“However repugnant their actions, MS-13 gang members are human beings IMHO,” Harwood tweeted.
NBC Universal did not respond when asked for comment on Harwood’s tweet.
During today’s White House Press Briefing, Sarah Sanders was locked and loaded when the subject was predictably raised:
Then along comes Nancy Palsi who defended MS-13 gang members:
The parody account @sean_spicier tweeted something hysterically funny and I just had to create a graphic to illustrate how ridiculous the Left’s defense of these monsters is.
Every voter in a red state with a senator who is a Democrat should ask them if MS-13 members are “animals” and cast their vote accordingly.

CNN’s Jim Acosta: “I’m Ready For My Close-Up Mr. De Mille”

Last night CNN’s Jim Acosta appeared on ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Live.  Just a few days earlier, Kimmel the host of the show, revealed to Deadline he’d be pulling back on the anti-Trump rhetoric that’s become a signature of his late-night monologues.
"I don't know. I don't know how much focus there will be…I think people have had an ass-full of Donald Trump."
Kimmel introduced Acosta as “the persistent thorn in the flabby underbelly of the Trump Administration from CNN, please welcome Chief White House Correspondent, Jim Acosta.”
Kimmel told Acosta, “I love watching you bust their balls. I love it.  I can’t get enough of it.”
CNN has strayed into naked partisanship in pursuit of ratings and allowed Acosta to turn the White House Briefing Room into a personal editorial page because it makes for what the network believes is good television.
Acosta has become the epitome of the #Resistance while repeating the talking points of Chuck Schumer and Nancy Pelosi. 
Kimmel concluded the interview by asking the guy with the punchable face, “Will there ever be a scenario where you get to interview the President one-on-one?” Acosta replied, “I don’t think that’s ever gonna happen.  I don’t want to blow up the world.”  “Why,” asked Kimmel, “Do you think he’s scared to sit down with you one-on-one?”
Acosta babbled on about Sam Donaldson, the ABC News reporter notorious for hounding Richard Nixon during the Watergate scandal and Kimmel asked, “Do you dare the President to sit down and do an interview with you?” to which Crybaby Acosta boldly proclaimed, “I dare him to sit down for an interview with me.”
Kimmel ended the interview saying, “I’m enjoying you tormenting them. I will say that.  It’s a small consolation. It really is.”
Ari Fleischer, former White House Press Secretary for George W. Bush, said Acosta’s combative tactics remind him of Helen Thomas.  Thomas was pro-Hezbollah and once asked Fleischer, “Does the President think the Palestinians have a right to resist 35 years of brutal military occupation and suppression?”  Fleischer said, “I loved it.  I’d let her talk all day because you could practically hear the American public disagreeing with her from the Briefing Room.”
So, yeah Jim, keep talking about Stormy Daniels, Russia, DACA and the human side of MS-13 gangs.  America will enjoy watching the “blue wave” dissipate into a muddy puddle come November.

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Kim Is Skeer’d

Yesterday when news broke through the North Korean state-run Yonhap News Agency casting doubt on next month's summit between Kim Jong Un and President Trump over joint Air Force Max Thunder drills taking place in South Korea, the news agency declared, "This exercise targeting us, which is being carried out across South Korea, is a flagrant challenge to the Panmunjom Declaration and an intentional military provocation running counter to the positive political development on the Korean Peninsula."
"The United States will also have to undertake careful deliberations about the fate of the planned North Korea-U.S. summit in light of this provocative military ruckus jointly conducted with the South Korean authorities.”
Today, the hermit nation decided pissing and moaning about drills, which have taken place for decades, wasn’t a suitable enough excuse and took aim at National Security Advisor John Bolton for remarks he made about “the Libya model” in April on CBS’s Face the Nation.
“I think we're looking at the Libya model of 2003, 2004. We're also looking at what North Korea itself has committed to previously and most importantly I think going back over a quarter of a century to the 1992 joint North-South denuclearization agreement where North Korea committed to give up nuclear weapons and committed to give up uranium enrichment and plutonium reprocessing. Now we've got other issues to discuss as well; their ballistic missile programs, their biological and chemical weapons programs, their keeping of American hostages, the abduction of innocent Japanese and South Korean citizens over the years. So, there's a lot to talk about.”
"In the case of Libya, for example, and it's a different situation in some respects...One thing that Libya did that led us to overcome our skepticism was that they allowed American and British observers into all their nuclear-related sites." (It should be noted Gaddafi allowed certification that his nuclear and chemical weapons program had halted after the U.S. invaded Iraq and deposed the brutal dictator Saddam Hussein.)
The bluster coming from Pyongyang apparently is emanating Kim Kye-gwan, a senior figure in the North Korean hierarchy who has negotiated with the U.S. before. In 2003, North Korea refused to participate in multilateral talks if Bolton was present after he labelled then leader Kim Jong-il a “tyrannical dictator”, a memory which the regime invoked on Wednesday.
"We do not hide our feelings of repugnance towards him," said Kye-gwan, warning the Trump Administration to remember the lessons of the past. 
If the “Libya model” comparison carries dark connotations for the  rogue nation, perhaps someone needs to forcefully remind them Muammar Gaddafi was killed on October 20, 2011.  Bolton left government service on December 31, 2006.
Who was POTUS? Barack Obama.  Who was Secretary of State? Hillary Clinton.  Who was Secretary of Defense? Leon Panetta.
On August 22, 2011 the cumulative efforts of the international coalition bore fruit when exuberant rebels stormed the Qaddafi compound in Tripoli. The dictator was still at large, but his reign was over.
Hillary Clinton’s old friend and political adviser, Sidney Blumenthal, who regularly emailed her political advice and vaguely sourced intelligence reports on Libya, urged her to capitalize on the dictator’s fall.
“Brava!” Blumenthal exclaimed. As always, he was thinking about Hillary’s presidential ambitions. “You must go on camera. You must establish yourself in the historical record at this moment.” She should be sure to use the phrase “successful strategy,” he wrote. “You are vindicated.”
The first news reports of Qaddafi’s capture and killing in October 2011 reached the Secretary of State in Kabul, Afghanistan where she had just sat down for a televised interview with CBS News. “Wow!” she said, looking at Huma Abedin’s BlackBerry™ before cautiously noting that the report had not yet been confirmed. But Hillary Clinton seemed impatient for a conclusion to the multinational military intervention she had done so much to organize, and in a rare unguarded moment, she dropped her aloofness.
The World’s Most Dangerous Community Organizer said the biggest mistake of his presidency was the lack of planning for the aftermath of Muammar Gaddafi’s ouster in Libya that left the country spiraling into chaos and coming under threat from violent Islamic extremists. He conceded the intervention “didn’t work”.
A year later four Americans were brutally slaughtered in Benghazi.

Former Clinton Circus Midget Takes Denial To A Preposterous Level

On May 4, former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reichhhhhhhhhh (BTW that's not a typo) cross-posted a piece from his blog to Salon.  He began by asking, “Why did working class voters choose a selfish, thin-skinned, petulant, lying, narcissistic, boastful, megalomaniac for president?”
Reich is searching for ways to prevent having “future Trumps as far as the eye can see.” He admits, “Hillary Clinton offered a plethora of small-bore policy proposals — all sensible but none big enough to make a difference. If Democrats really want to stop Trump, they will need to address the causes of Trump’s rise.”
Nine days later, the Clinton flunky who’s never been right about anything, tweeted the following account of a phone conversation he had with a “friend” he claims is a former Republican member of Congress.
If you’re a “deplorable” like me, you’ll just point and laugh at the little squirt who Rush Limbaugh mocked for his absurd policies, diminutive 4’11” stature and exaggerated sense of self-importance. 

Monday, May 14, 2018

Flowing Curves Of Beauty

Newton's lesser known Law of Physics: For every male action, there is an equal and opposite female over-reaction.

Friday, May 11, 2018

Old Bat Who Hollers “Impeach 45, Impeach 45” Melts Down

Maxine Waters, the top Democrat on the Financial Services Committee, consistently advocates government direction of and support for industry. In 2008 she threatened to nationalize the U.S. oil industry. She told oil executives that if gasoline prices went higher she would "be about basically taking over and the government running all of your companies."
She consistently votes for state-industry entanglement—subsidies and regulation. She supported the Wall Street bailout. She supported the mortgage bailout in mid-2008. She supported the auto bailout. She led the fight in 2012 to extend a bank-bailout program called "Transaction Account Guarantee."
In Maxine Waters’ economy, big business rows the boat while government steers.
So, of course she supports the Export-Import Bank, which uses taxpayer money to backstop Wall Street loans to foreign buyers buying Boeing jets and other U.S. goods. It’s another way for government to get business to do what politicians want—in this case, sell goods overseas. 
Waters has a murky history of blending private profit and public power. During the late-2008 financial crisis, she set up a meeting to discuss securing bailout funds for "minority-owned banks." The only bank discussed was OneUnited, where her husband was formerly a board member and in which he still owned stock. OneUnited later got $12 million in bailout funds.
An ethics investigation never found clear evidence that Waters violated House rules, but it did reprimand her chief of staff Mikael Moore, who was also her grandson, for not steering clear of the conflict of interests.
Last month, Sen. Jerry Moran (R-KS), with the support of Sen. Pat Toomey (R-PA), introduced legislation to overturn the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s 2013 “Indirection Auto Lending and Compliance with the Equal Credit Opportunity Act” Bulletin. 
The House of Representatives passed a Senate resolution that would repeal an Obama era rule under the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) aimed at preventing discrimination at automobile dealerships, the 16th time the House used the Congressional Review Act to overturn an Obama administration rule. Members also passed seven small business-related measures. 
Republicans have made the rollback of government regulations a high priority. In this case, they say the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau made a backdoor attempt to regulate how auto dealers negotiate loan terms with their customers, even though Congress explicitly exempted auto dealers from the agency's oversight.
Auto dealers often facilitate financing through a third-party lender. In some cases, the dealer will charge the customer an interest rate that is higher than what the third party agreed to charge. The lender then shares part or all of the extra profit with the dealer.
The CFPB said the practice led to some minority customers paying higher interest rates than similar white borrowers. In its guidance, it highlighted the potential liability auto lenders face from discriminatory "dealer mark-ups" and how that can be avoided.
Critics, including the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Auto Dealers Association, said that they abhor discrimination but that the consumer bureau provided little concrete evidence of the problems that its guidance was intended to address. The powerful business groups called on House lawmakers to join the Senate in voting to block the agency's guidance. With the House vote of 234-175, the measure goes to President Donald Trump for his signature.
So far, Republicans in Congress and Trump have repealed 15 rules designed to provide health, consumer and environmental protections.
Most of the rules were finalized during the Obama administration's final months. Republicans say their regulatory rollbacks are rescuing businesses from burdensome government rules.
But the vote over auto lending went to a new level because lawmakers voted to rescind guidance issued five years ago. Such guidance conveys to the public how regulators interpret existing law and what steps industries should take to comply.
Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA), said that his family has sold thousands of cars over the years and that his experience shows that auto dealers are trying to help people get affordable transportation. He said someone can't be in business for 65 years doing it the wrong way.
"How in the world can you reduce this down to discrimination?" asked Kelly.
Those words ignited the ire of the perpetually outraged “Mad Max” Waters.  Witness for yourself:


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