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Yeah, it wasn’t random.

22 Jun


Here’s a quote: The report claims Rich’s death does not appear to be a random homicide or a robbery gone bad.

Yeah, he was likely killed because he knew things about the DNC. He was a DNC staffer who accidentally learned too much. And since dead men tell no tales… No conspiracy, just straight-up fact. This was a professional hit by a skilled hit man. This was NOT a robbery gone bad. It was NOT random. So do you think people who would hire a hitman would not engage in voter fraud? Just why on earth would you believe that?

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The Left is getting

21 Jun

more and more violent.

When will it all stop?



Let’s make sure we cover the important stories.

21 Jun

With a pillow. Until it stops moving.


Comey said, under oath and under

13 Jun

penalty of perjury, that he felt “compelled” to make a report on his meeting with Trump but never did with Bush or Obama–Trump was uniquely bad.

Comey is a liar.

It is quite clear that he perjured himself. Here is a quote:

In his written testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee, James Comey made a point of saying that he wrote memoranda documenting all of his conversations with Donald Trump, something he didn’t feel compelled to do regarding his (very few) conversations with Barack Obama. In his appearance before the committee, Comey broadened this claim to include President George W. Bush, under whom he served as Deputy Attorney General. The reason, he explained, was that Trump was the only one of the three presidents whom he considered untrustworthy. This was his exchange with Senator Warner:

WARNER: And so, in all your experience, this was the only president that you felt like, in every meeting, you needed to document, because at some point, using your words, he might put out a non-truthful representation of that meeting?



COMEY: That’s right, Senator.

And I — I — as I said in my written testimony, as FBI director, I interacted with President Obama. I spoke only twice in three years, and didn’t document it. When I was deputy attorney general, I had one one-on-one meeting with President Bush about a very important and difficult national security matter.

I didn’t write a memo documenting that conversation either — sent a quick e-mail to my staff to let them know there was something going on, but I didn’t feel, with President Bush, the need to document it in that way, again (ph), because of — the combination of those factors just wasn’t present with either President Bush or President Obama.

WARNER: I — I think that is very significant.

The one-on-one meeting with President Bush concerned the reauthorization of the Bush administration’s warrantless surveillance program, a drama in which Comey played a key role. As Deputy Attorney General, he refused to sign the reauthorization order on behalf of DOJ, and he was one of those who rushed to John Ashcroft’s hospital bedside.

A sharp-eyed reader pointed out that, as it happens, Comey has left behind an account of that meeting with President Bush. It is recounted in Angler, a book-length attack on Dick Cheney by Barton Gellman. Comey was one of Gellman’s chief sources.

Angler includes a description of Comey’s meeting with Bush that obviously came from Comey. It is strikingly similar to Comey’s description of his critical meeting with Donald Trump in his written Intelligence Committee testimony.

From Comey’s written testimony:

The President signaled the end of the briefing by thanking the group and telling them all that he wanted to speak to me alone. I stayed in my chair. As the participants started to leave the Oval Office, the Attorney General lingered by my chair, but the President thanked him and said he wanted to speak only with me. …When the door by the grandfather clock closed, and we were alone, the President began by saying, “I want to talk about Mike Flynn.”

From Angler:

Bush stood as the meeting ended, crossing behind Cheney’s chair. Comey moved in the opposite direction, on his way out. He had nearly reached the grandfather clock at the door when the president said, “Jim, can I talk to you for a minute?” … This time the vice president was not invited.

In Comey’s account, as transmitted by Gellman, he was a hero, telling the president something that other aides had kept from him: that the Department of Justice was in revolt over the surveillance program, and mass resignations, including his, were imminent. Comey claims to have quoted Martin Luther before the Diet of Worms, as he explained that as a man of principle he would have no choice but to resign rather than execute an order he believed to be illegal. One of Comey’s colleagues, who also was about to resign, was Comey’s good friend Bob Mueller, who waited for Comey downstairs at the White House while Comey had his dramatic conversation with President Bush.

Comey brought this episode up last week in order to paint himself, not as a sneak who dictated a memo to cover himself every time he had a conversation with a president, but rather as an honest man who was uniquely concerned about Donald Trump’s trustworthiness.

But Comey’s Senate testimony was untruthful. He told the committee that he didn’t document his important meeting with President Bush, but only “sent a quick email to my staff to let them know there was something going on.” Gellman reproduces that email in Angler. He got it from one of the recipients. Written immediately after the meeting, this is what it said:

The president just took me into his private office for a 15 minute one on one talk. Told him he was being misled and poorly served. We had a very full and frank exchange. Don’t know that either of us can see a way out. He promised he would shut down 5/6 if Congress didn’t fix FISA. Told him Mueller was about to resign. He just pulled Bob into his office.

Comey’s assertion that this “quick email” just told his staff “there was something going on” was false. The email was substantive: it documented Comey’s account of the conversation he had with the president. Comey didn’t wait five minutes to create a record of what he said to the president, and what the president said to him.

More important, he also made an extensive report on the conversation. Gellman’s book is footnoted. This is where Gellman says he got his account of Comey’s meeting with Bush:

317 “You don’t look well”: Quotations from the Bush-Comey conversation are taken verbatim from unclassified notes describing Comey’s report of the meeting shortly afterward.

Gellman’s account of the conversation is two pages long and includes the following quotes attributed to Comey or Bush:

“You don’t look well.”

“Well, I feel okay.”

“I’m worried about you. You look burdened.”

“I am, Mr. President. I feel like there’s a tremendous burden on me.”

“Let me lift that burden from your shoulders. Let me take that from you. Let me be the one who makes the decision here.”

“Mr. President, I would love to be able to do that.”
“I decide what the law is for the executive branch.”

“That’s absolutely true, sir, you do. But I decide what the Department of Justice can certify to and can’t certify to, and despite my absolute best efforts I simply cannot in the circumstances.”
“As Martin Luther said, ‘Here I stand; I can do no other.’ I’ve got to tell you, Mr. President, that’s where I am.”
“I just wish that you weren’t raising this at the last minute.”

“Oh, Mr. President, if you’ve been told that, you have been very poorly served by your advisers. We have been telling them for months that we have a huge problem here that we can’t get past. We’ve been working this, and here I am, and there’s no place else for me to go.”

“I just need you to certify it. Give me six weeks. If we don’t have it fixed in six weeks, we’ll shut it down.”

“I can’t do that. You do say what the law is in the executive branch, I believe that. And people’s job, if they’re going to stay in the executive branch, is to follow that. But I can’t agree, and I’m just sorry.”
“I think you should know that Director Mueller is going to resign today.”

“Thank you very much for telling me that. I really appreciate it, Jim. I’ll talk to him. I’m going to talk to him.”

All of that dialogue comes verbatim from “unclassified notes describing Comey’s report of the meeting shortly afterward.” Gellman’s phrasing is clumsy; it isn’t clear whether the notes were Comey’s or someone else’s. But it is crystal clear that Comey rendered a “report” on his meeting that included these extensive, self-serving quotes, and that Comey’s side of the story was preserved in notes–unclassified notes, that sounds familiar!–against any possible future contingency.

In short, Comey’s statement to the Senate Intelligence Committee that “I didn’t feel, with President Bush, the need to document it in that way” was false. He did document his story about his meeting with President Bush, in great detail, in a “report” that was turned into “unclassified notes.”

Hmm. Liar, liar, pants on fire! THAT, my friends, is perjury in one way or the other.

See, Comey is the classic weasel. Anyone who has dealt with hiring and firing recognizes the species.

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12 Jun

some animals are more equal than others.

I’ll tell you what, YOU get multiple arrests with assaults on police officers, then steal $100K via credit card fraud, and the see if YOU go to prison. Any bets?

Well, that’s exactly what happens if you are Joe Biden’s niece. We marvel at the psychopathology of her saying to the cop, “Do you know who I am?” but she is entirely correct–she get different treatment under the law because of who she is. Her reaction is entirely reasonable given the fact.

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You gotta admit,

12 Jun

it seems pretty dang strange. Pretty convenient, too. I mean, it is certainly convenient that Comey didn’t even keep a copy. It leads me to wonder if there was actually such a document. Until now, I had assumed that there really was. But was there? So where is it? I mean, given that Comey is not exactly reliable as a witness, how does one know that he wasn’t committing perjury and trying to make himself look good? THAT is certainly a real possibility! And what would stop him from creating one NOW?

And if that is a lie, is anything else a lie? Or maybe a self-serving exaggeration? He is famous for being a grandstander. Is this just more grandstanding?

Unless he created the document and gave it to someone else who had possession of it from then until now, one can’t really know for sure.

There was never much at all to this mania. It was always just a loose grip on reality borne of Trump freak-out. But was it also mainly made up after the firing? That certainly fits–Comey didn’t report it until after he was fired. So maybe we need to get those he allegedly told it to contemporaneously, and put them under oath.

So did Comey perjure himself? It just seems like a “The dog ate my homework” excuse. It’s just a little too convenient for my tastes.

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Yeah, there are some

05 Jun

pretty “interesting” conclusions possible, here. And in any case, it certainly doesn’t look like a robbery gone south. There are other rather unlikely but possible explanations. Maybe it was a random drive-by that just happened to kill this guy and no one else. Yeah, it’s possible. But this looks like a hit. It might not be, but it sure looks like one.

I don’t know for sure what happened. But I really wish I did.

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If it happened

05 Jun

it is a very bad thing. Did the President willfully violate the separation of powers by eavesdropping on members of congress? It sure looks like he may well have. And Graham is far from the only one saying that he was likely spied on. Even Trump mentioned it, and several of his top lieutenants are known to have been spied on and “unmasked.” Several members of Congress have complained about it. But it will be hard to prove criminality. If it is true, Obama surely covered his tracks well, and he has many “deep state” pawns that seem to be happy to cover for him or even to sacrifice themselves for him. Also, Obama and everyone else thought Hillary would easily win, so he wasn’t worried about it until evening on election day. So he may have been lulled into a false sense of security.

We are deep into criminal stuff, here. It’s Nixon times 100. Let’s see what can be proven.

And I think that THIS is the real reason for all the Trump/Russia crap. THIS is why there is so much anti-Trump whining. THIS is why Obama has been so quick to stoke the flames (albeit from the shadows). THIS is why Hillary won’t freakin’ go away. The lefty wig-out is used to make you look away from the real issue. It is simply a misdirection. Obama waves his hanky over his head with a flourish while he surreptitiously slips the card into his vest pocket. This is not really about Hillary losing–it is about Obama’s criminality.

Yes, the aged and colostomy bag-tied Dowager Duchess of Chappaqua latched onto the Russia nonsense to explain the rage and disgust felt by normal Americans toward her and make herself feel better about herself, but there are bigger fish in this pond, and other likely explanations. It may well also be in her best interest to make sure this stuff doesn’t come to light (extremely likely). I mean, she doesn’t want to be shot in a mugging that steals nothing from her! Gee, that would sure be a shame…

But this is indeed explosive, and it fits very well with what we know of Obama. No one has ever thought, “Obama would never do such a thing!” I mean, would he do it? Of course he would, DUH!

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So why did Anthony Weiner

04 Jun

refer to the dirt on Hillary and Human that was on his laptop as, “life insurance?” Kind of suspicious, isn’t it?

I wish we had a media that would look into this kind of thing. Alas, we don’t.

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I’m frankly disgusted.

29 May

This is far, far worse than Watergate. Obama is a moral dirtbag.

First of all, the Trump/Russia thing appears always to have been a pile of poop. It was just an excuse the Hillary suck-ups concocted once they lost the election. Of course there were attempts by the Russians to cozy up to a guy who could well be the next President. DUH!

But in no way was the election changed or interfered with. Yes, Podesta’s email had laughably crappy security and several real emails showed what a disgusting piece of crap Hillary was, but there was no interference in the actual election.

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