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2022-08-10 a

During Trump Raid Feds Refused to Provide Warrant, Demanded Security Cameras Be Turned Off, Trump Security Team Refused – The Documents are Likely Related to Ratcliffe Declassification

More details surfacing about the illicit, sketchy and highly political FBI raid on President Trump’s home are coming out.  The federal agents sent by the DC political system refused to provide the search warrant and demanded all of the security cameras covering the compound be turned off as they conducted their raid.

Thankfully, and due to the suspicious nature of the FBI operatives involved, the Trump security team did not turn off the cameras.  The Dept of Justice and FBI have yet to give a public statement supporting the predicate of their raid, as a result the transparent political motives have awakened an entire world to the reality of a corrupt USA deep state.

Based on prior statements outlined by Trump’s legal team, I suspect a different DOJ/FBI motive than is currently being discussed.  First, the information from Eric Trump.

(Via Daily Mail) – Eric Trump revealed FBI agents refused to hand over the search warrant for their raid on Mar-a-Lago and kicked an attorney off the property in a new, incisive account of the Monday operation at the Florida estate.

Speaking exclusively to, the former president’s son said the 30 agents who arrived at the property asked staff to turn security cameras off – but they refused.

He also said that the attorney was forced to stand at the end of the Mar-a-Lago driveway while the team searched inside – and allegedly used safe crackers to break into his father’s safe.

He called the raid another ‘coordinated attack’ on his father Donald Trump and insisted there is no way President Joe Biden was kept in the dark about the search.

The latest explosive account comes with the Department of Justice facing mounting pressure to explain what grounds they had for the search.

Eric said that his father’s lawyer Christina Bobb was forced to stand at the end of the Mar-a-Lago driveway throughout the raid.

‘There’s 30 agents there,’ he recalled of the Monday search in a phone call with ‘They told our lawyer… you have to leave the property right now. Turn off all security cameras.’

‘They would not give her the search warrant,’ he claimed. ‘So they showed it to her from about 10 feet away. They would not give her a copy of the search warrant.’

He said that Bobb was confused why a lawyer for the person’s home being raided by the FBI was not able to see or obtain a copy of the search warrant.

Eric said he would be ‘thrilled’ to find out if there was a valid search warrant.

The FBI declined to comment to on the raid and Eric’s claim no search warrant was handed over to Trump’s legal team.

‘It’s all a coordinated attack with the FBI,’ the former president’s son added, insisting the raid was approved by President Biden.

‘Do you think that the FBI director is going to raid the former president’s house, especially a house as you know, kind of world renowned as Mar Lago is in a place as public as Mar Lago is without getting the approval of President [Biden]?’ Eric questioned.

By not turning off the security cameras, Eric said they saw the FBI raiding areas of the property that they ‘shouldn’t have been.’

Donald Trump lamented Wednesday that the FBI blocked his lawyers from the property during the raid at his Palm Beach, Florida residence and suggested that agents may have ‘planted’ evidence. (read more)

In earlier interviews with President Trump’s lawyers, it was noted that officials from the national archives (Washington DC) and team trump had already spent hours looking through the documents at the heart of the matter at the Mar-a-Lago estate. So, Washington DC officials already knew exactly what was in those boxes.

Stay with me….

Knowing the details of the DOJ and FBI targeting operations against Donald Trump as a candidate and president (2015-2020), I suspect Trump took some of the declassified (by him) evidence of that targeting with him.

We remind ourselves that since leaving office, former Office of the Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe, has stated on multiple occasions that there were documents he and Trump declassified for the Durham team and to be made public.

As Ratcliffe has noted, those declassified documents were never released.  The DOJ/FBI have instead been hiding behind the Durham investigation as the justification for not releasing them, ie, ‘an ongoing investigation’, etc.

I am willing to bet the current documents at the heart of the controversy are copies of those same previously declassified documents that are against the interests of the current ODNI, DOJ and FBI to release.

The national archives are a false front, a general institutional tool for use in creating the optic/narrative of a valid reason for challenging President Trump over documents.  The real motive of the DNI, DOJ and FBI are to get the evidence of the prior corrupt activity back in their total control.  I am confident this is the real scenario that people are not discussing.

The DOJ and FBI are not only hiding the documents that former DNI Ratcliffe declassified and left for release, but they are also on a seek and capture mission for copies of those documents because they will never release them.   This is also the Deep State motive to drag out the Durham investigation.

If the Durham investigation ended, and if the ODNI did not release the documents, then Trump would have justification for releasing those documents.  The need for control is always a reaction to fear.  What the DOJ and FBI fear is the content of those declassified documents.

This background would also explain why Donald Trump and his team are going to court to force the DOJ and FBI to release the details of the contents they confiscated.  Forcing the DOJ/FBI to reveal the content of the documents they took is another way to force the Trump-targeting documents into the sunlight of the American public. (read more)

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2022-08-09 e


Crisis at the National Archives
By Thomas Lipscomb - June 10, 2018

In the middle of directing the difficult task of transferring the historically important records of the Obama administration into the National Archives, the archivist in charge, David Ferriero, ran into a serious problem: A lot of key records are missing.

A first-rate librarian, Ferriero has been driving a much-needed digital overhaul and expansion of the National Archives over the nine years of his appointment. This will greatly improve the ability of digital search locally and remotely, as well as accessing the files themselves.

To support this effort, in 2014 President Obama signed the Presidential and Federal Records Act Amendments. For the first time electronic government records were placed under the 1950 Federal Records Act. The new law also included updates clarifying "the responsibilities of federal government officials when using non-government email systems" and empowering "the National Archives to safeguard original and classified records from unauthorized removal.” Additionally, it gives the Archivist of the United States the final authority in determining just what is a government record.

And yet the accumulation of recent congressional testimony has made it clear that the Obama administration itself engaged in the wholesale destruction and “loss” of tens of thousands of government records covered under the act as well as the intentional evasion of the government records recording system by engaging in private email exchanges. So far, former President Obama, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, former Attorney General Lynch and several EPA officials have been named as offenders. The IRS suffered record “losses” as well. Former federal prosecutor Andrew McCarthy called it “an unauthorized private communications system for official business for the patent purpose of defeating federal record-keeping and disclosure laws.”

Clearly, America’s National Archives is facing the first major challenge to its historic role in preserving the records of the United States. What good is the National Archives administering a presidential library, like the planned Obama library in Chicago, if it is missing critical records of interest to scholars? And what’s to prevent evasion of the entire federal records system by subsequent administrations to suit current politics rather than serve scholars for centuries to come?

The National Archives in Washington has evolved from a few dusty shelves in 1934 to an independent agency with over 40 facilities nationwide.  These include field archives, military records, Federal Records Centers, 13 presidential libraries, the Federal Register, and the National Historical Publications and Records Commission.

Its electronic records system alone, which only began in 2008, has already compiled close to 1 billion unique files from over 100 federal agencies totaling well over 400 terrabytes. The archive describes itself as “the U.S. Government's collection of documents that records important events in American history. … the Government agency that preserves and maintains these materials and makes them available for research.”

Federal records have solved historical mysteries and provided key information ever since the archive’s founding. Adm. Hyman Rickover’s investigations there proved his suspicion that the U.S. battleship Maine had not been sunk by a Spanish mine, but rather an explosion caused by careless proximity of gunpowder storage to coal bunkers.

And in my own research, I found a detailed report of the debriefing of Nazi Deputy Reichsfuhrer Rudolf Hess by MI6 the day after he parachuted into Scotland -- a report that was not in the British Archives. It established that in May 1941, over seven months before the Wannsee Conference formalized the Nazis’ “Final Solution,” Hess had told the British: “We are exterminating the Jews.” It established as lies the Allies’ claims they only learned about the Holocaust later.

The archive sensibly only collects a fraction of the federal records for its permanent archive. That number varies between 2 percent and 5 percent of the total. That can be a good thing, according to historian Arthur Herman. “In studying a bureaucracy, too much evidence may be a greater danger than too little,” he said. “The amount of material often seems to be inversely proportionate to the value of its evidence.”

And Pulitzer Prize-winning historian Joseph J. Ellis points out that it is not always the record itself that is key: “Sometimes it is the marginalia. There were 28,000 notations in the John Adams collection that were critical to my interpretation of the relationship between John and Abigail Adams.”

And marginalia may be the key to solving the puzzle of just what the late Sandy Berger, acting as former President Bill Clinton’s representative, was destroying during his 2005 trips into the National Archives, where he stuffed papers into his clothing. Berger only got away with this twice before archive personnel kept tabs on him, but the first trips involved as yet uncatalogued material so no one really knows what he took. But there seemed to be copies in the archive of everything they caught him with. And archival libraries dependent upon physical papers are vulnerable.

Every archive in the world suffers attacks, resulting in the theft of its records, the amending or destroying of them, and the archive has had five it knows of since Berger. Digital storage and authentication will be a great help in securing all holdings.

Berger was supposedly reviewing records for a Clinton response to the 9/11 Commission’s considerations of mistakes made leading up to the attack on the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Dean Emeritus of Boston University Law School Ronald Cass wonders if there was telling marginalia by Clinton or others on some of these documents that were not on the file copies. The Clintons seemed to have a longstanding problem with records, since the disappearance in 1994 and reappearance in 1996 of the subpoenaed Rose Law Firm files in the Clintons’ private White House quarters.

Now the National Archives is faced with Hillary Clinton’s history-making assault on government records while secretary of state, which Cass describes as fitting a pattern of “destroy, deny and corrupt the process.” (This is no doubt why Harvard just awarded her the Radcliffe Medal citing her “transformative impact on society.”)

How does David Ferriero plan to deal with this unique challenge to his institution? First, it’s not just his problem, although he must address the realities of gaps in the record and how it will affect plans for the new Obama presidential library. But will there be penalties for violating the 2014 law? Is it even possible to continue the great tradition of maintaining an authentic record center for the United States that President Franklin Roosevelt founded 83 years ago, if that law is not supported? (read more)

2022-08-09 d

Search Warrant Or Not, Americans Have No Reason To Believe The FBI Raid On Trump’s Florida Home Was Justified

Americans do not need to defer to the court that already issued multiple falsified warrants against the former president.

After news broke Monday evening that the FBI had raided former President Donald Trump’s Palm Beach Florida home at Mar-a-Lago, the right immediately expressed outrage and warned that by targeting a former president and political opponent, the Biden Administration had crossed the Rubicon.

The left, for its contribution, highlighted the federal statute that provides that a person who “unlawfully conceals” government records shall “be disqualified from holding any office under the United States,” suggesting that the raid’s apparent focus on supposed missing classified documents may render Trump ineligible to run in 2024.

Beyond the constitutional problem with that theory — the U.S. constitution establishes the minimal qualifications to serve as president and Congress cannot expand on those — that theory of the raid merely confirms conservatives’ outrage over the DOJ’s continued interference in American’s electoral preferences.

Another theme soon emerged, bandied by those feigning a more balanced tone, that the raid was clearly justified because “a judge had to sign a warrant.” In a similar vein, another segment of politicians and pundits played the news as disconcerting but withheld judgment pending further details from Attorney General Merrick Garland and FBI Director Christopher Wray, calling on both to promptly provide the American public an explanation of the circumstances that could justify the raid of a former president’s home.

As of publication, no explanation has been offered. But it doesn’t matter. No matter what Garland or Wray say, no matter what the FBI attested to in a search warrant application, no matter what cause a federal judge found, Americans won’t trust them and they shouldn’t.

Four fake FISA applications and the ensuing surveillance orders authorized by the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act court are the first reason why.

When the public learned that the Department of Justice had obtained a warrant to surveil former Trump campaign advisor Carter Page, the government and the media cartel assured Americans that the FISA court would only authorize such wiretapping if probable cause supported the surveillance. They also assured us that since Page was no longer a member of Trump’s campaign, the FISA orders did not target Trump. And the FISA application process, we were told, was robust, with multiple layers of review. Worry not, the government soothed, all was on the up and up.

But none of it was true. The FISA application process, far from being robust, consisted of rubber-stamping by FBI and DOJ officials who were, at best, willfully blind to the defects in the applications. And the agents who wrote the applications or supposedly reviewed and checked the information provided, either lied, withheld material information, included information disputed by the purported sources, or some combination of the three. In total, the Office of Inspector general found 17 significant inaccuracies or omissions and missed another one.

Later the public learned that in the process of renewing the Page FISA application, attorney Kevin Clinesmith lied and altered an email to hide Page’s work with the CIA and to allow the surveillance to continue. Eventually, the DOJ admitted there was no probable cause to surveil Page.

Americans would also learn later that notwithstanding the claims that the wiretapping of Page did not reach Trump’s team, that the surveillance did indeed sweep up campaign communications and later conversations between Page and Trump advisors.

Equally damned was the FISA Court which approved the four warrants based on double and triple hearsay of unknown and unverified sources and based on media reporting: Even if every word in the applications were true, the lack of verifiable sources rendered the applications insufficient, as a matter of law, to establish probable cause. Yet, the FISA Court issued not one, but four surveillance orders, none of which were legally justified.

The DOJ, FBI, and the courts likewise proved themselves untrustworthy in the case against Michael Flynn, a Lieutenant General who served this country with bravery and honor for decades. The FBI opened an investigation into Flynn shortly after receiving false information from Stefan Halper that implausibly claimed Flynn left Cambridge with a young woman with Russian roots. Then, after FBI agents decided to close the investigation against Flynn as unfounded, the 7th Floor intervened, and a kill shot was taken against Trump’s incoming National Security Advisor.

Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s later extracted a plea from Flynn for purportedly lying about a conversation he had during the transition period, by threatening his son. Then, after an independent investigation of the Flynn case revealed there was no basis to charge Flynn, a federal court refused to dismiss the charges — again proving that the courts provide no check on a corrupted FBI.

This synopsis barely scratches the surface of the duplicity and lies advanced by the FBI and the DOJ to destroy a Lieutenant General and a CIA source, all to “get Trump.” And the courts tolerated the abuse.

So, no, Americans do not need to wait for Garland or Wray to explain the basis for the raid; and we do not need to defer to the court that issued the warrant. The same deep state willing to lie and connive to destroy a presidential campaign and the president will be willing to do so again to destroy a former president and potential future presidential candidate.

The lesson has been learned. The question now is what to do, besides dismantling FBI Headquarters. (read more)

See also: Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre refuses to speak about the FBI’s raid of Donald Trump’s personal residence in Florida.

See also: Details of FBI Raid on Trump Home Surfacing, Including Agents Rummaging Through Melania Trump Clothes and Delicates

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Was Judge Who Signed-Off on Sketchy FBI Search Warrant Raid of Trump Home, a Client Name in Ghislane Maxwells Little Black Book?

2022-08-09 c

FBI searched Melania’s wardrobe, spent hours in Trump’s private office during Mar-a-Lago raid

FBI agents scoured Melania Trump’s wardrobe and spent several hours combing through Donald Trump’s private office, breaking open his safe and rifling through drawers when they raided the former First Family’s Mar-a-Lago home in Florida Monday morning.

The Post has learned that the search warrant used by the FBI to enter the palatial Palm Beach property focused solely on presidential records and evidence of classified information being stored there.

A source close to the former president expressed concern that FBI agents or DOJ lawyers conducting the search could have “planted stuff” because they would not allow Trump’s attorneys inside the 128-room building to observe the operation, which lasted more than nine hours.

The raid by over 30 plain clothes agents from the Southern District of Florida and the FBI’s Washington Field Office extended through the Trump family’s entire 3,000-square-foot private quarters, as well as to a separate office and safe, and a locked basement storage room in which 15 cardboard boxes of material from the White House were stored.

Feds arrived at 9 a.m. and didn’t leave until 6:30 p.m.

An eyewitness to the raid said all of the boxes were confiscated by federal agents Monday, but it is unknown if anything else was taken as no itemized list of items was provided by the FBI.

The boxes contain documents and mementos from Trump’s presidency, reportedly including letters from Barack Obama and Kim Jong Un, and other correspondence with world leaders.

A legal source said that the boxes had been packed up by the General Services Administration and shipped to Mar-a-Lago when Trump left office in January 2020.

Trump’s attorneys, led by Evan Corcoran, had been cooperating fully with federal authorities on the return of the documents to the National Archives and Records Administration, according to sources.

In June, Corcoran granted access into Mar-a-Lago’s windowless storage room to FBI agents who spent several hours searching through the boxes. Trump stopped by the basement to say hello at one point, says someone who was there.The Trump family since has decamped for the summer to his golf estate in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Mar-a-Lago is closed for the season and only a skeleton staff, including groundskeepers, were present during Monday’s raid.

Access to the 20-acre private country club is believed to have been granted by heavily armed US Secret Service (USSS) agents stationed at the front gates and toting M4 carbines. Lawyers for the former president, who were caught off guard by the raid, arrived an hour later.

The FBI would not have executed a warrant without notifying the Secret Service first, according to a retired high ranking USSS agent.

“USSS legal counsel probably would’ve directed [them] to see copy of warrant and then step back.”

Once inside the air-conditioned, white marble-clad private quarters, agents fanned out to search every room, while shocked staff were instructed by Trump’s lawyers to unlock doors and provide the FBI access to every room, including the sumptuous Versailles Master Bedroom, renovated by Melania two years ago.

Another group of agents, including a professional safe cracker, moved to a separate part of the enormous 1924 Spanish stucco building to search Trump’s office and safe.

The demeanor of the three DOJ lawyers who accompanied the FBI was described by one eyewitness as “arrogant,” and they repeatedly told Trump representatives: “We have full access to everything. We can go everywhere.”

Despite the sweltering 91 degrees temperature Monday, Trump’s lawyers were forbidden by the feds to shelter inside the cool lobby, or to observe the search in any way, but were left outside in the baking sun near a parking lot.

The feds instructed Trump’s representatives to switch off the security cameras but they refused. (read more)

2022-08-09 b

The FBI And DOJ Criminalizing Opposition To The Regime Is How The Republic Ends

A two-tier justice system is not a justice system. It is a totalitarian system. Its purpose is not justice but totalitarian control.

On Thursday, Barack Obama’s Attorney General Eric Holder decided it was the time to bring the subtext of the Jan. 6 show trials and related domestic security state activities into the open.

“My guess is that by the end of this process, you’re going to see indictments involving high-level people in the White House, you’re going to see indictments against people outside the White House who were advising them with regard to the attempt to steal the election, and I think ultimately you’re probably going to see the president, former president of the United States indicted as well,” Holder told SiriusXM host Joe Madison.

Holder noted that the U.S. Department of Justice he formerly headed is working with the illegally constituted Jan. 6 Commission towards this goal. We know these entities are also working with the FBI, whose head bit his thumb at congressional oversight repeatedly in a public hearing last week.

Locking Up Opposition Politicians Is What Putin Does

An indictment of former President Donald Trump would be a breathtakingly authoritarian turn. It would amount to the U.S. security state refusing to accept “no” from America’s voters yet again. An indictment would be an unelected and unaccountable federal agency overruling voters’ two-time rejection of impeachment through their elected representatives.

This is the core danger of the administrative state: Its now open propensity to go rogue. It is apparently hellbent now on turning the United States into a banana republic.

Democrats called Donald Trump a fascist, authoritarian, and wannabe dictator for chants at his rallies of “Lock her up,” referring to his opponent Hillary Clinton. At the time, leftists pointed out that imprisoning, interrogating, investigating, and otherwise using government resources to harass and prosecute one’s political opponents was the mark of tyrannical regimes such as Vladimir Putin’s and Adolf Hitler. “Democracies don’t lock up political opponents,” the Washington Post editorial board told us in 2016.

That is still true when the ones pushing the interrogations, investigations, entrapments into committing felonies, show trials in unusual venues with no cross-examination or due process, early morning home raids, excessive detainment, and asymmetrical punishments are Democrats. Democrats are trashing republican institutions, expectations, and guarantees for political purposes, most visibly now in their Jan. 6 effort to destroy the lives of protestors largely charged with misdemeanors and to expand Spygate tactics more broadly.

Spygate Is Setting Up Field Offices In Swing States

It’s not just the de facto head of the opposition party whom powerful government agencies are putting in their sights, it’s down-ballot party leaders. The FBI has gone from using its spy resources to affect the results of presidential elections with Spygate and its Hunter Biden laptop disinformation to using its police powers to affect gubernatorial elections. And these are just the operations we know about.

In Michigan, the FBI openly meddled in the upcoming election by affecting the selection of candidates, arresting and charging the formerly leading Republican candidate for governor for misdemeanors. The FBI raided Ryan Kelley’s home while polls showed him leading the primaries. In the primary election last week, he came in fourth.

The Jan. 6 Committee is now demanding documents and interviews with Republican candidate for Pennsylvania governor Doug Mastriano, who attended the Jan. 6, 2021 rally. The sole allegation against him is that he walked past “police lines,” which could mean anything, as the scene was chaotic and police were woefully understaffed.

This means Mastriano is being targeted for peacefully exercising his rights to free speech and public assembly. The Jan. 6 Committee won’t allow him to record their planned interrogation, a basic feature of legal self-defense and impartial justice. In fact, selectively excerpted video clips and quotes from these secret interrogations have been a constant feature of the commission, further reinforcing its use as a political weapon against the right rather than a pursuit of justice.

Of the 120,000 people the FBI alleges were present on Jan. 6, 2021 — perhaps 1 percent of whom entered the Capitol building — the vast majority were garden-variety Trump supporters, which include numerous state and local officials. State and local lawmakers are a party’s farm team. Subjecting them to investigation for peacefully protesting is a way to kneecap their entire party.

Asymmetric Justice Is Injustice

Put all of this against the systematic refusal of Democrat DAs, judges, and juries to prosecute people who openly engage in political violence from the left. In 2020, leftist rioters who coordinated across state lines and in far greater numbers and criminal activity than Jan. 6 attendees firebombed federal buildings, murdered people, looted, burned down downtowns, and assaulted police officers. Of course, essentially nobody involved in perpetrating the Spygate setup of an American president has been brought to justice, most recently including Michael Sussmann.

This summer, a leftist group has allegedly attacked two dozen pro-life maternal care centers in multiple states and a congressional office and promises to continue, but Wray couldn’t provide almost any information on alleged FBI investigations into it. Despite an assassination attempt on one Supreme Court justice this summer, the DOJ has still not filed charges against the people harassing and threatening justices and their families at their homes. U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland failed for weeks on end to enforce laws against such harassment of justices, creating the conditions for the aggression to intensify.

This is unacceptable, and Wray and Garland should be fired. They won’t be, though, and that’s the problem.

Amplifying pre-existing double standards of justice is far beyond troubling, it’s a destruction of the justice system. A country that harshly prosecutes people or lets them off Scot-free based on their political affiliation is a banana republic.

A two-tier justice system is not a justice system. It is a totalitarian system. Its purpose is not justice but population control. The more people see that moving into place, the more likely it is that some guy gets raided by the FBI for political reasons one morning and — God forbid — goes postal because he has no hope for a fair trial after they take him in.

Certainly even more ordinary Americans are realizing through all of this that the entire federal deck is prejudiced against them. Desperation makes people do wild things. Whatever happens, Republicans can be sure it will be wrapped around their necks with ropes of lies to further subjugate them and everyone who votes for them with the further erasure of our constitutional rights and way of life.

Equality Under the Law Is the Nonviolent Way Out

Remember, 75 million people voted for Trump in 2020. This isn’t some fringe Davidian cult, it’s half of the nation’s voters. Democrats are scaring them, for good reason. And Republicans are doing jack nothing to calm things down.

We’re watching federal agencies use their powers not to catch criminals but to criminalize peaceful political views and actions. We’re witnessing a growing campaign to lock people up for their opposition to the ruling political party, which is not only profoundly un-American but profoundly dangerous societally. This is the prosecution of a political cold civil war that could very easily heat up again in another January 6-like outburst, or worse.

As Mike Anton writes, Democrats may want that. But do Republicans? Any who thinks he might after what we’ve been through in the past seven years is either fool or quisling.

If Republicans think this is all going to blow over just because they haul in the FBI director for another no-consequences hearing, or even if they promise yet another goes-nowhere, punishes-nobody investigation of agencies we know are meddling in elections, framing elected officials, and telling elected members of Congress what to do instead of the reverse, they’re idiots. Their only hope of averting even worse political circumstances is to make damned sure they kneecap these scary federal agencies as their top priority ASAP.

We aren’t in business-as-usual Kansas anymore, Toto. We’re in crisis times that call for serious leadership, not LARPing as leaders on screens.

Sending billions to Ukraine while China grows stronger and every domestic sector is on fire isn’t serious. Lambasting Joe Biden for inflation while not pledging to pass the policies that reverse it, starting with slashing the federal government’s spending, isn’t serious. Yelling at the FBI director Republicans helped confirm isn’t serious (get better vetting staff, folks). Confirming a Supreme Court justice who obviously hates the Constitution isn’t serious. Not going on a crusade to clean out the FBI and DOJ Augean-stables-style isn’t serious. And pretending the Jan. 6 commission is anything but a miscarriage of justice is disqualifying.

We need the GOP to provide serious leadership, because Democrats are a serious threat to equal justice for all, and that’s going to destroy the country for good if it’s not stopped post-haste. Americans desperately need swift and prudent action to avert even more unthinkably dangerous events. Those who refuse to plan and take that action despite accepting from voters the responsibility to do so will be infamous to history as cowards and traitors. (read more)

See also: The 20 Republican Senators Who Voted To Confirm Merrick Garland Owe America An Apology

2022-08-09 a

We Have No Reason To Trust The FBI

If Republicans were doing any of this, Democrats would be calling it authoritarian. And they’d be right.

The day before Donald Trump beat Hillary Clinton in the presidential election of 2016, The New York Times’ Paul Krugman claimed that the FBI—along with “Russian intelligence”—had “rigged the election.” Election denialism is perfectly acceptable behavior on the left. Krugman blamed the “rigged election” on “people within the F.B.I.” who, he asserted, “clearly felt that under Mr. Comey they had a free hand to indulge their political preferences,” by which he meant the investigation into Clinton’s email server. One can imagine the tenor of Krugman’s rhetoric if the investigation had been launched by the administration of Mitt Romney or George W. Bush or signed off on by AG Robert Bork.

Is it still the case that investigating a candidate for wrongdoing is “rigging” an election? Yesterday, Merrick Garland’s DOJ raided the home of a former president, and likely future presidential candidate, in a case regarding “potential mishandling of classified documents,” according to The Washington Post. Is that really it? We have long been told that “mishandling of classified documents” isn’t a serious crime.

When Clinton set up a secret private server to circumvent transparency, likely to hide favor-trading related to her now-obsolete corrupt foundation, it was a potential felony. In that illegal server, the FBI would find 100 emails containing classified information, 65 marked “Secret,” 22 marked “Top Secret,” and over 2,000 emails that would be retroactively marked classified. Many felonies. Unlike Trump, who had the power to declassify any document he wished, Hillary could not. And as numerous experts pointed out, the chances that those documents were intercepted by foreign powers were quite high. No one’s home was raided by the FBI.

Indeed, Hillary’s staff then attempted to destroy all evidence related to that secret illegal server, wiping it and literally using hammers to break phones and laptops—as Comey noted at the time, they “cleaned their devices in such a way as to preclude complete forensic recovery.” Another bunch of potential felonies. Not only were there no FBI raids, but Comey showered Clinton’s staff with immunity.

Comey would make the exceptionally unconvincing case that though everything that Hillary had done was illegal, the most qualified person to ever run for the presidency had merely acted “extremely careless.” More likely, Comey didn’t want to charge a presidential candidate with a bunch of felonies in the run-up to an election. It’s also true that the mishandling of documents had not been treated seriously in past examples. When former Clinton national security adviser Sandy Berger stole highly classified documents from the National Archives—memos regarding the Clinton administration’s failed anti-terrorism efforts—he was given community service. No one raided his home to look for more documents.

While these double standards may not induce you to distrust the FBI, what happened next should. Hillary would kick off the entire bogus Trump-Russia investigation, signing off on the leak of a fictitious oppo-research document, which was bolstered, most likely, by Russian disinformation. Yet, according to the Department of Justice Inspector General Michael Horowitz, initial FISA applications used by the FBI to spy on Trump’s orbit “relied entirely” on information from the dossier author Christopher Steele. Not only were the applications riddled with 17 “significant errors,” and not only would the FBI withhold contradictory evidence in the case, but a lawyer for the agency doctored an email and used it as the basis for a sworn statement to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

Then again, why wouldn’t an Obama administration that spied on journalists, millions of Americans, and even senators—and then lied about it–also spy on the political opposition? Those same people, some ensconced in the agency, behind this abuse were feeding the media one half-baked Trump conspiracy theory after the next. Investigation after investigation would be launched on that information, and despite lofty promises of Democrats, not a single person in Trump’s orbit would be indicted of anything having to do with colluding with Putin to undermine the election of 2016. It was all a partisan attempt to criminalize policy positions they dislike.

Now we’ve moved on to Jan. 6 committee [show trial] hearings. The same double standards, of course, are again in play. When Republicans hold committee hearings, Democrats get to name their members. When Democrats hold committee hearings, they get to name all the members. When Obama Attorney General Eric Holder is held in contempt of Congress over his role in sending guns to drug lords, he can laugh it off. When former Trump trade adviser Peter Navarro is held in contempt, he is shackled by the FBI. When Democrats support underlying causes that end in riots, they are absolved of responsibility. When Republicans do, they are insurrectionists.

All of this is an effort to cobble together disparate events and statements to create the perception that Republicans led a concerted “coup” against the government. It seems to me, and perhaps I’ll be proven wrong, this raid is part of that partisan effort. We’ll soon find out. Either you uphold the law for all politicians, as you would the rest of us, or you don’t.

Of course, if Republicans were doing any of this, Democrats would be calling it authoritarian. And they’d be right. (read more)

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Hungarian Prime Minister Orban at CPAC: The Democrats ‘Hate’ America

Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orbán issued an astonishing denunciation of the United States’ governing Democrats at a speech in Texas, telling American conservatives they “hate you and slander you and the America you stand for.”

Prime Minister Viktor Orbán’s address to the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in Dallas, Texas, was made under something of a cloud, with the Hungarian leader having been under sustained attack from the establishment media for a July speech in which he said Hungarians did not wish to follow “post-Western” liberal governments’ immigration policies because they “do not want to become peoples of mixed-race.”

These comments were heavily emphasised by media outlets such as the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) in their coverage of the CPAC speech — the fact that Orban subsequently clarified that the basis of his stance on immigration “is not biological… it is not a racial issue, it is a cultural issue” and that “it is beyond the pale for any political issue to be approached on a biological basis” was not reported — but he appeared to quickly win over his American audience.

“It’s fantastic to be here in Texas, the Lone Star State of the great United States of America. If I am correct, Lone Star State means that independence, freedom, and sovereignty are the dearest values in this part of America… My country, Hungary, is the Lone Star State of Europe,” he began in English, earning cheers.

He added that, as an “anti-Communist, old-fashioned freedom fighter, raised under Communist rule,” giving a speech in “the Land of the Free, where the Spirit of Liberty shines brighter than at any other place on Earth” was something he had “never dared to dream of” in his youth — but went on the excoriate the modern-day Joe Biden administration and the Democratic Party in no uncertain terms.

Paying lip service to his government’s “respect for the government of the United States” and his team’s status as “guests” in the country, the Hungarian statesman nevertheless stressed that “there is another side of the coin” and that the Biden administration had “put Europe and especially Brussels under ideological pressure.”

“This is not good for us. It’s bad,” he said, alleging that in previous years the administration of Biden’s former boss, Barack Obama, had gone so far as to “[try] to force us to change the Fundamental Law [constitution] of Hungary, and delete Christian and national values from it.”

“Do you get it? The leading power of the free world wanted to force us to change our constitution according to a globalist liberal concept,” he claimed, saying that, as a result of his government resisting these efforts, “we are not the favourites of the American Democrats.”

“They did not want me to be here, and they made every effort to drive a wedge between us. They hate me and slander me and my country as they hate you and slander you and the America you stand for,” he declared — an astonishing broadside, considering Hungary’s status as a NATO ally of the United States, and indicative of just how irretrievably broken the Hungarian government considers its diplomatic relationship with D.C.

Donald Trump, whom Orbán met earlier in the week, by contrast received warm words, with the Hungarian saying he was “grateful” that the former President had endorsed him during his country’s recent elections.

Orbán suggested the Biden Administration had tried to apply pressure to Hungary the same way the Obama Administration had, suggesting that his country’s opposition to a Global Minimum Tax — Hungary is a low tax economy, with a flat personal income tax of 15 per cent and a flat corporate income tax of nine per cent — was the reason D.C. recently terminated a tax treaty with Budapest.

“It was good for U.S. investors. There are 1.700 U.S. companies operating in Hungary,” he said, speculating that the move was “the revenge of the Left” for testing the Global Minimum Tax initiative and pointing out that “the U.S. Treasury somehow forgot that they have a very similar [tax] treaty with Russia. But not with Hungary anymore. Funny, isn’t it?”

He also addressed the Russian invasion of Ukraine, an issue on which his views may be less popular with some American conservatives, proclaiming “full solidarity” with the Ukrainians and noting that his country of 10 million has taken in close to one million Ukrainian refugees — but expressing disagreement with what he described as “the globalist leaders’ strategy [which] escalates and prolongs war and decreases the chance of peace.”

“Without American-Russian talks there will never be peace in Ukraine. More and more people will die and suffer, and our economies will come to the brink of collapse,” he said, adding: “I cannot tell you what to do; it is your sovereign decision. I can however tell you one thing: only strong leaders are able to make peace.”

“We in the neighbourhood of Ukraine are desperately in need of strong leaders, who are capable of negotiating a peace deal. Mayday, mayday! Please help us! We need a strong America with a strong leader,” he concluded — appearing to indicate that he does not believe the current President fits this description.

The rest of Orbán’s speech focused on political and social issues which span the Atlantic and the lessons he believes American conservatives can learn from his country, joking in Trumpian style that Hungarian conservatives have experienced “[s]o much winning that we’re just scratching our heads.”

“Politics, my Friends, are not enough – this war is a culture war. We have to revitalise our churches, our families, our universities and our community institutions,” he said, describing his country as an “old, proud, but David-sized nation standing alone against the Woke Globalist Goliath” which would benefit greatly from “the solidarity of the American conservatives.”

On illegal immigration, he recalled how during “the great migration crisis in 2015, 400,000 illegal migrants came to our borders…  almost three times as much as Genghis Khan had when he invaded Europe” — but that his government had built a wall and “managed to reduce illegal migration to zero” despite the protestations of “the eggheads of the European Union”.

He also addressed leftist ideology against the traditional family, noting that the radical left today aver that “Western families are the places where the oppression of the so-called patriarchy begins.”

“If traditional families are gone, there is nothing that can save the West from going under,” he warned, selling the audience on his government’s extensive family support policies — criticised as socialistic by some market rightists — including family tax breaks, the cancellation of student loans after the birth of a third child, and women being exempted from personal income tax for life after the birth of a fourth child.

“[I]if you are not married yet, you should immediately find a Hungarian wife!” he quipped, claiming that his policies had seen marriages double and abortions halve in a decade — “not a bad start.”

Gender ideology, particularly in schools, was also addressed, with Orbán insisting that a border wall to protect the nation and a “financial wall” to protect families must be complemented by “a legal wall around our children to protect them” from far-left indoctrination.

“They think that parents should follow the progressive way of parenting. If they refuse to do so, they should be forced by the state. We Hungarians know this old communist trick and we reject it!” he declared, insisting that “we don’t need more genders; we need more rangers. Less drag queens, and more Chuck Norris.”

“The ideological wars of the 20th century – against the totalitarian powers of Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union – were terrible, but the democratic West rallied, and defeated them both. Now the West is at war with itself,” he concluded, urging pan-Western conservative unity with the rallying cry: “We have seen what future the globalist ruling class has to offer. But we have a different future in mind. The globalists can all go to Hell; I have come to Texas!

(read more)

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The WASP elite viewed ordinary citizens as "yahoos" trapped in "moronic darkness."

WASPs viewed them with contempt:

"It is a question whether a high WASP ever supported a fashionable cause without some secret knowledge that the cause was abhorred by the vulgarians."

— Rob Henderson (@robkhenderson) October 17, 2021

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‘Greenhouse Gas Effect Does Not Exist,’ a Swiss Physicist Challenges Global Warming Climate Orthodoxy

Thomas Allmendinger, an independent Swiss physicist, has conducted a series of experiments published in peer-reviewed scientific journals that call into question the physical principles of the greenhouse gas theory.  Thomas Allmendinger, an independent scholar educated at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology in Zurich, has dared to challenge the conventional politically correct climate dictum that CO2 is a greenhouse gas with unique global warming properties.  In a series of articles published in scientific journals, Allmendinger has argued that his experimental research with the thermal absorption of infrared radiation (IR) has proved that “atmospheric trace gases such as carbon dioxide do not have any influence on the climate.”

The theory of greenhouse gases traces back to an 1827 publication by French physicist Jean Baptiste Joseph Fourier entitledMémoire sur les temperature du globe Terrestre ed de espaces planétaires,” [in English: “Memoir on the temperatures of the terrestrial globe and planetary spaces.”]  Like many metaphors in science, the greenhouse image is deceptive in that it suggests certain gases like water vapor and CO2 act as a shield preventing infrared radiation (IR) emitted by the sun and absorbed by Earth from escaping at night into outer space.  

A source as supposedly authoritative as NASA still elaborates on the greenhouse gas effect as follows:

“A real greenhouse is made of glass, which lets visible sunlight through from the outside.  This light gets absorbed by all the materials inside, and the warmed surfaces radiate infrared light, sometimes called “heat rays,” back.  But the glass, although transparent to visible light, acts as a partial shield to the infrared light.  So, some of this infrared radiation, or heat, gets trapped inside.  The result is that everything inside the greenhouse, including the air, becomes warmers.”

This NASA description is reminiscent of a gardening website that explains the complicated physics in these simplistic terms: “While the sunlight gets in, the heat cannot get out,” a description that attributes the greenhouse effect to heat convection.  But rather than blocking IR from escaping the glazed undercoating of greenhouse gas, atmospheric greenhouse gases “shield” against the escape of IR to outer space by absorbing the escaping IR energy.  Conventional IR physics going back some 200 years relies predominantly on spectrographic analysis, from which is derived the presumption that only dipole gases like water vapor or CO2 can absorb infrared radiation.  Most of the atmosphere is composed of oxygen (O2) and nitrogen (N2), neither of which are dipole gases.

In 2016, Allmendinger published a paper entitled “The thermal behavior of gases under the influence of infrared radiation” in the International Journal of Physical Sciences.  Here Allmendinger addressed the conventional wisdom that “any IR-activity of molecules or atoms requires a shift of the electric dipole moment, so that two-atomic homo-nuclear molecules (like O2 or N2) are always IR-active.”  Allmendinger insisted this proposition “must be regarded as a theorem and not as a principal natural law” because “numerous examples of nonpolar substances are known where an interaction with electromagnetic radiation occurs, e.g., at halogens where even colored and thus visible light is absorbed.”  What Allmendinger found surprising was physical scientists had relied almost entirely on spectrographic analysis to measure the molecular absorption of IR energy by gases.  He stressed that “apparently no thermal measurements have been made of gases in the presence of IR-radiation, particularly of sunlight,” even though the primary climate concern with greenhouse gases involves the thermal absorption of IR energy.

In 2017, Allmendinger published an article entitled “The Refutation of the Climate Greenhouse Theory: A Hopeful Alternative” in Environmental Pollution and Climate Change.  Allmendinger argued for the need to measure thermal absorption to determine if the spectrographic analysis had failed to detect molecular activity that absorbed IR energy in non-dipole atmospheric gasses.  In highly technical language, he explained:

“As we know today, photometric absorption is accompanied by the (quantized) excitation of electrons being followed by a light emission, due to the back-jumping of the excited electrons into the ground state. This electronic jumping maybe–but needs not be–associated with vibrations or rotations of the nuclei in the molecule. In solid bodies, and to a certain extent also in fluid media, these vibrations or rotations are not independent but coupled. However, in gases they are widely independent since the molecules or atoms are moving around obeying statistical laws, whereby their mean kinetic translational energy is proportional to their absolute temperature.” 

He continued:

“Nevertheless, in the case of an electronic excitation a part of the vibration or rotation energy may be converted into kinetic energy, and thus in sensible heat, but the fractional amount of this concerted energy is not a priori theoretically derivable but must be determined experimentally. Inversely, part of the kinetic heat energy may be converted into molecular or atomic vibration energy.”

Allmendinger concluded: 

“Thus, in gases two kinds of energy are involved: “internal” energy being related to intramolecular motions, and “external” energy being related to intermolecular motions. The first kind is subject of the quantum mechanics, while the second kind is subject of the kinetic gas theory. As a consequence, photometric or spectroscopic measurements cannot deliver quantitative information about the warming-up of gases due to thermal or other infrared radiation, while such measurements never have been made so far.”

Allmendinger constructed an experimental apparatus that enabled him to measure the IR thermal absorption (rather than the spectrographic light wave absorption) of atmospheric gases, including CO2, O2, N2, and argon (Ar).

In a 2018 article entitled “The Real Cause of Global Warming and Its Consequences on Climate,” published in the SciFed Journal of Global Warming, Allmendinger summed up his experimental findings.  Allmendinger’s thermal measurements concluded that “any gas absorbs IR—even noble gases do so [like Ar]— being warmed up to a limiting temperature which is achieved when the absorption power is equal to the emission power of the warmed gas.”  He continued: “It could be theoretically demonstrated that the emission power of a gas is related to the frequency of their particles (atoms or molecules) and thus to their size.”  

Allmendinger’s experimental tests found no significant differences between the IR absorption capabilities of CO2, O2, N2, or Ar when thermal absorption was measured instead of spectrographic wave absorption.  “As a consequence, a ‘greenhouse effect’ does not really exist, at least not related to trace gases such as carbon dioxide.”

The global warming orthodox scientific community has rejected Allmendinger’s work as utter nonsense, arguing that he “is currently not affiliated with any reputable research institute or university.”  Yet, Thomas Kuhn, in his highly influential 1962 book The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, reminded us that scientific paradigm shifts involve revolutions, in which new, competing theories appear first as “heresies.” Challenges to scientific orthodoxy must fight their way to acceptance against a legion of established opponents who have invested careers basing their global warming and climate change views on the greenhouse gas theory.  Thomas Allmendinger’s argument that the CO2 greenhouse gas effect is non-existent bears serious consideration.  The global warming argument fails if CO2, a trace element in Earth’s complex atmosphere, can be proven to have no atmosphere warming abilities not equally shared by oxygen and nitrogen. (read more)

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[...] The fantastical claim that CO2 is a pollutant was cut out of whole cloth. The 2008 statement by the 31,000 experts—that “there is no convincing scientific evidence that human release of carbon dioxide, methane, or other greenhouse gasses is causing or will, in the foreseeable future, cause catastrophic heating of the Earth’s atmosphere and disruption of the Earth’s climate” is as true today as it was then, and as it always has been. No scientist anywhere at any time has shown that manmade CO2 emissions—aka nature’s fertilizer—do any harm to anything.

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NEW: Gay and bisexual men comprise 98% of new monkeypox cases globally, according to a major new study.

— NBC Out (@NBCOUT) July 22, 2022

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Not Punishing Criminals Promotes More Criminality

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The new CBS Reports documentary, "Arming Ukraine," explores why much of the billions of dollars of military aid that the U.S. is sending to Ukraine doesn't make it to the front lines: "Like 30% of it reaches its final destination." Stream now:

— CBS News (@CBSNews) August 5, 2022

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The social tipping point is here

"They just fucked up so bad ruining the chans, it's like they exiled a bunch of internet green berets to every neighboring country to train proxy forces and so here we are."

Do you feel that, anon? That lingering feeling deep in the pit of your stomach that something has gone awry? That the things you are being told by "authority figures" simply are not computing with the reality in front of your face? If you've been reading this rag this feeling has probably been lingering for some time now. But it seems as though the global consciousness has reached a tipping point. The pressure being exerted from every angle from those who would like to cattle herd humanity into a dystopian hellscape coupled with the unprecedented access to information that we are afforded today has caused something to crack.

They tried to do too much too quickly and people have started to develop pattern recognition on the go that allows them to recognize when the unproductive class is attempting to manipulate their minds.  This pattern recognition is accelerated and enhanced by our ability to communicate directly with each other in real time over the internet. If you want to get a better understanding of the driving force behind this acceleration I highly recommend you take some time to comb through the thread linked above.

Love it or hate it, it's hard to deny that the "dark corners" of the internet are where some of the most potent commentaries and explanations of today's world emanate from. Over the last decade, the powers that be have put forth a concerted effort to whack-a-mole the dark corners of the internet in an attempt to prevent alternative "wrong think" from percolating into the greater consciousness. This led to many fringe sites like 4chan getting completely neutered or wiped off the face of the Earth. What we're finding is these efforts led to - at best - a slowing down of the alternative information flow and - at worst - an emboldening of those they were attempting to silence to spread their message outside the confines of their "dark corners".

As Aristophanes Phoenix explains in his thread:

"They just fucked up so bad ruining the chans, it's like they exiled a bunch of internet green berets to every neighboring country to train proxy forces and so here we are."

They pushed the autist anons to the point of "fuck it, I'm going to begin speaking freely because I'm pretty sure I'm on to something here" and what has ensued is the slow but sure normalization of anti-establishment thought that is no longer reserved for the anonymous sleuths of the world. Agenda 2030, George Soros funding District Attorneys to destabalize cities, the climate emergency hoax, the Great Reset, and a slew of other previously uncouth topics are becoming normalized and recognized as things that are real, are happening, and are actively making life for the Common Man worse off. Leading more and more to become increasingly pissed off by the day as they begin to recognize that they have been completely and utterly duped by central planners who got just-a-tad-bit-too-cocky and attempted to push further than the Common Man was willing to stomach.

Stop driving your car.

Stay six feet away.

Eat the bugs.

Don't you dare try to own anything.

We're taking your farmland.

You can't work unless you take these shots.

Sorry, not going to be able to let you in to granny's funeral.

The gym is closed but the liquor store is open late.

We need some of you to lose your jobs to save the economy.

You, over there, no pulling yourself out of poverty by leveraging hydrocarbons.

Call that dude a chick and let him compete against chicks.

Step into this security scanner.

Give us your guns.

Cow farts are killing the planet.

The inflation you think you're experiencing isn't real.

This isn't a recession.

We must aid Ukraine.

Those people wandering aloofly in the Capitol Building are insurrectionists.

Don't ask us about Building 7.

Use this windmill instead of oil and gas.

Nuclear energy is bad.

Iraq has weapons of mass destruction.

Trust us. The banks needed to be bailed out.

Six year olds need to learn about blow jobs.

Drag queens getting dolla bills stuffed into their thongs for reading your kids books is completely normal.

Watch this game.

Look at this feud.

Take this pill.

Read this thinkpiece.

Think about your shortcomings.

It's your neighbor's fault.

The list could go on for days. There has been a never ending barrage of complete and utter nonsense that the common man has been subjected to by the mainstream corporate press and the puppets in government for decades that was very effective. But for one reason or another - most likely because of the instantaneous communication mediums we have access to today - more and more people are beginning to shake loose from the mind control they have been subjected to for a long time and say, "Wait just one fucking minute. What the hell have we been doing?! Why are we doing this and why would we continue to do it?!"

As the chorus of the increasing number of individuals who have shaken themselves free of the mind wizardry grows louder, the unproductive class who has reveled in their demented ability to control collective thought is panicking and doubling down and losing that [tenuous] control in the process.

We can only hope things continue to accelrate at an even quicker pace. We cannot rid ourselves of these parasites fast enough. (read more)

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- Thanks in large part to Lutheran charities importing Somalis. -

What the Hell Has Happened to Minneapolis?

The latest ugly mess is the death of Andrew Tekle Sundberg. To summarize it quickly: Sundberg began shooting into the apartment of his neighbor, then when she called 911 fired on police as well. This led to a six-hour standoff which ended when a police sniper shot Sundberg dead.

That’s too bad, but as they say, play stupid games, win stupid prizes. Shoot at your neighbors and shoot at cops and nobody should shed a tear when you get shot yourself.

At least, that’s how it is in any sane land. But Minneapolis, Minnesota is not a sane land. So instead of lauding the snipers who removed a deadly danger from the community, it was time for another round of protests. And the chief target, of course, was the woman Sundberg attempted to kill.

This clip may have gone viral, but disturbing scenes like this are now routine in the City of Lakes. Something is fundamentally broken in Minneapolis. The Twin Cities are only the 16th-largest metro area in the United States, yet in the past few years they have established themselves as the nation’s most consistent producer of suicidal lunacy and mayhem.

Obviously, the key moment was George Floyd’s [fentanyl overdose] death and the eruption of America’s national “racial reckoning”. Revolver won’t rehash that saga. But it’s crucial to understand that the George Floyd riots were not a one-off. Minneapolis has been slowly disintegrating ever since. Yet no matter how disastrous the city becomes, it proudly drives itself deeper into the abyss.

The aftermath of George Floyd has left Minneapolis a mentally shattered city. Sure, Minneapolis understandably had the first and most intense riots during the Summer of Floyd. But it’s crucial to realize that the riots haven’t stopped. There were more in August 2020, when a homicide victim pursued by police shot himself, and false rumors labeled it another police slaying. Seventy-seven properties were damaged and police made more than 130 arrests.

In April 2021 there were more riots after wanted criminal Daunte Wright resisted arrest during a traffic stop in the suburb of Brooklyn Center, and officer Kimberly Potter accidentally shot him dead. There were days of looting and mayhem in Minneapolis; at its peak looters were plundering 24 stores in Minneapolis at the same time. Many of the stores looters sacked were being trashed for the second time after already suffering during the Floyd riots, like medieval monasteries getting targeted by Viking raiders over and over. For good measure, there was even more looting in December 2021, after Officer Potter’s trial received “only” two years in prison for her act of accidental community service.

In between those two riots, there was another riot in June 2021 on behalf of another piece of socioeconomic detritus. Winston Boogie Smith Jr., a wanted fugitive, decided to shoot it out with police and died in the process. The response: More looting and blockaded streets. The unrest was so bad that a whole two months after Smith’s death, a local Greek Orthodox church canceled its annual Greek cultural festival because of the risk that the event or its attendees would be attacked and robbed with total impunity.

Remember that Fourth of July clip of city streets looking like “Black Hawk Down”? Yep, that was Minneapolis.

Before 2019, Minneapolis didn’t even bother tracking the number of carjackings in the city because they were so rare. In 2019, they had to start counting, because there were 101 of them. In 2020, there were 388. In 2021, at least 640. And so far in 2022, the pace of carjackings is slightly ahead of last year. And since
ninety percent of carjackings go unsolved, they will probably keep happening. Denizens of the city swap stories online about the freakish indignities and hazards they experience in what was once a livable city.

Minnesota’s decision to abandon all law, all order, and all hope hasn’t just led to hundreds of murders and gutted storefronts. It’s had secondary effects like an explosion of traffic accidents. Across America the post-Covid era has been distinguished by a dramatic surge in traffic deaths, and Minnesota is leading the way. From 2019 through 2021 Minnesota’s traffic fatalities surged by 37 percent, the third-highest of any state and the highest of any state with more than a million people.

Everywhere, Minneapolis reeks of decay. Even the city’s most iconic corporation, Target, now closes its flagship store at 6 p.m. (the liquor store inside is gone entirely, too), because otherwise it’s too tempting a target for local thieves.

It wasn’t like this before. Almost every other major Midwest metro — Detroit, Chicago, Cleveland, Pittsburgh, St. Louis, and others — either shrank or stagnated at some point from World War II to the present. Not the Twin Cities. They grew and grew and grew, nearly tripling in size from 1940 to 2020. But now, suddenly, that historic streak of success is over:

Minnesota’s two largest urban counties saw striking population declines in 2021 after a decade of growth, according to new U.S. census data, likely due to COVID-19 pandemic disruptions which upended college plans and accelerated retirements.

Hennepin County’s population, which includes Minneapolis, dropped by nearly 13,900 last year and Ramsey County, which includes St. Paul, declined by 8,200 people, according to new census estimates released Thursday. In contrast, five suburban counties — Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Washington and Scott — experienced modest population growth ranging from 1,300 in Carver County to 4,100 in Washington County.

State demographer Susan Brower said it’s still too early to say if this is a one-year blip or the leading edge of a trend. Brower said it’s also too soon to say if other factors, including more flexible work-from-home arrangements and concerns about social unrest and crime in the Twin Cities contributed to the decline.

“This is the first time in recent years we’ve ever seen Hennepin County decline in these estimates,” Brower said. “Not only did it decline, but it declined by nearly 14,000 people. That is considerable.”

[Star Tribune]

So, has Minneapolis learned anything from this? That’s the most disturbing part: It hasn’t. Just look at the article quoted above. It is blindingly obvious that crime and chaos are driving people out of the Twin Cities in terror, but “experts” instead scratch their heads and wonder if work-from home, “Covid-19 pandemic disruptions,” and early retirements are to blame.

With the sole exception of the city rejecting (after much waffling) the push to defund the entire police department, Minneapolis and its remaining residents have only become more fanatically devoted to the politics of urban suicide. Has Minneapolis at least learned its lesson about police funding? Of course not. Various articles will note that Minneapolis police now have a budget of $196 million, a smidgen above the $193 million budget they had at the start of 2020. One problem: We’re in Joe Biden’s America. Prices have inflated fifteen percent since then! Minneapolis would need a police budget of $221 million just to match its police outlay from two years ago. So no, Minneapolis has emphatically not learned its lesson. It is defunding police, one way or another, and reaping the predictable consequences.

And whatever it’s spending, Minneapolis is getting far less in terms of public safety. In 2021, arrests for robbery fell by nearly two-thirds even as robberies themselves surged. Arrests for shootings and assault fell 20%, and arrests for raped dropped 70%. Better than almost any city, Minneapolis confirms the maxim that “equity” in policing means returning everyone equally to the state of nature.

Many of the cities hit hardest by 2020 riots lurched toward Donald Trump in that year’s election: Kenosha County, Philadelphia, Cook County, and New York City all voted more Republican than they did in 2016. No so in Minneapolis! Even after “mostly peaceful protests” turned several blocks of their city into burned-out wasteland, Hennepin County residents voted 8.2 points more Democratic than they did in 2016 (that is, if you believe the vote wasn’t fraudulent, which is an entirely different matter. Yes, Minnesota had drop boxes). In St. Paul, it was 6.3 points.

In 2005, shortly after Democrats’ demoralizing loss in the 2004 election, left-wing writer Thomas Frank published “What’s the Matter with Kansas?” The book tried to answer the baffling question of why Kansas, and other heartland states, had become so Republican despite being hotbeds of progressive politics a century before. Seventeen years later, Frank’s book feels comically unnecessary. The answer to why almost all of rural America votes Republican is blindingly obvious: America’s elite establishment hates heartland Americans, blames them for everything, and wants them and their entire way of life obliterated.

No, in 2022, a very different question needs to be asked: What’s the matter with Minneapolis? What made Minneapolis this way? Answering this question is important for those who live in functional parts of America and want to avoid the same fate. Many culprits have been fingered. A common just-so story is that Minnesota meekly submits to riots because of its substantial Scandinavian heritage. About a third of Minnesotans claim Scandinavian descent; perhaps Minneapolis is determined to destroy itself for the same reason Sweden is?

It’s a tempting explanation, but an incomplete one. North Dakota is even more Scandinavian than Minnesota, and that state hasn’t lost its mind nearly as badly.

Others want to blame refugee resettlement. In 1990, Minnesota had essentially zero Somalis; today it has nearly a hundred thousand. Minnesota has the country’s largest Somali population, and sure enough, it is one of the only places in America with large Somali criminal gangs.

But while Minnesota certainly loves its refugees, Somalis are barely one percent of the city’s population. Overall, the city is far whiter than Chicago or New York or Washington D.C. In fact, that may be the simplest reason for why Minneapolis has fallen so hard. Cities like Atlanta and Detroit have no illusions about what de-policing and letting crime run amok means. But Minneapolis largely evaded the worst traumas of the 1960s and 70s. Before the 2010s its only riot of note was one during the “long hot summer” of 1967. As recently as 1980 Minneapolis proper was still 90% white and the metro area even more so. Instead of feeling fortunate to avoid disaster, Minneapolis felt arrogant. Now, it can only learn its lesson by being profoundly humiliated.

Whatever the reason for Minneapolis’s fall, it is important to understand what it shows: The suicide of America’s cities is not a rational process. The “racial reckoning” demanded by the Minneapolis activist class immediately devastated the city and sent it into a tailspin. This was not slowly cooking the frog; the frog was dumped right into a boiling cauldron. There is no saving and no salvaging the most committed believers of the modern liberal cult. They will not reform, they will not learn, they will not change course. They can only be beaten into submission. (read more)

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87,000 New IRS Agents Won't Reduce Inflation

BREAKING: Bernie Sanders just admitted Biden’s Inflation Reduction Act won’t reduce inflation

— Jack Posobiec (@JackPosobiec)
August 7, 2022


.@VP, after casting a tie-breaking vote to start debate on the Inflation Reduction Act, says the bill is “long overdue and is critically important.”

She said the bill will “lower costs” for families and “address some of the basic needs families have been having for generations.”

— Mychael Schnell (@mychaelschnell) August 6, 2022

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Alex Jones lawsuit verdict isn't just vindication. It's a warning.

Alex Jones, host and creator of the far-right conspiracy-theory website Infowars, has received what is likely to be only the first of a series of expensive lessons about the importance of [regime-approved] fact-checking.

On Thursday, a Texas jury ordered Jones to pay $4.1 million in compensatory damages to the parents of one child [allegedly] murdered in the Sandy Hook massacre. The parents, Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis, had sued Jones for defamation after Jones accused them of faking the death of their son in order to attack gun rights. 

On Friday, in addition to the $4.1 million, meant to compensate Heslin and Lewis for the emotional trauma they suffered, the jury determined Jones would also have to pay $45.2 million in punitive damages [Legally capped at $750,000.]. Punitive damages are awarded against defendants to punish them for their bad behavior. 

This is not only a large blow to Jones, who has already filed for bankruptcy, but to other conspiracy-theory fomenters who fill their audiences’ heads with stories of the deep state, a stolen election and a child-sex ring in the basement of a pizza restaurant. (read more if you can stomach this crap)

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Manners. Aplomb. Deboneurtude.

FRED REED on journalism when it was a trade dominated by tough, rough men, who hung out with bikers and bar-fighting Brunhildes

Let me tell you about aplomb. I don’t mean watery New-Age aplomb, suitable for a fern bar. I mean the real article, forty-weight, that you could lube a diesel with.

This was in the early eighties. I was still a staff writer on Soldier of Fortune magazine. This was years before Craig, the staff artist, killed himself riding drunk on his motorcycle somewhere outside Boulder. (He died, everyone said, as he would have wanted. Horribly.)

In those days Craig and I hung out for a while in the Berkeley Bar in a bad section of Denver. Craig was a big, baby-faced street fighter out of Chicago with a Special Forces past and a mean streak. He mostly drew skulls. He also like the Brandenburg concertos, and used to listen to them at his easel with headphones built into a World War II leather flying helmet.

The Berk was the home pit for the Sons of Silence, a bad biker club. If you haven’t been in dives like this, don’t start now. They swarm with huge bearded bozos with tattooed eyeballs and missing teeth and slow ominous grins and the IQ of a camshaft. You get the impression that they are evolving, but just not as fast as the rest of us. They’ll hurt you. Either they like you or you’re jelly. They don’t worry about consequences. They can’t remember them.

The Berk had Formica wood tables and smelled like a weight room. Rows of bottles waited patiently, but not for long, behind the counter and corpulent biker babes lolled about like stranded elephant seals. No one else did. When you have a biker clientele, you don’t have any other kind of clientele. Craig and I were guests. I had sold Bob Brown, the editor of Soldier of Fortune, on a story about the warm patriotic urges of the Sons, who didn’t have any. The Sons were charmed. They might get on the cover. They knew they would never get closer to significance.

It was cold enough to freeze the personals off an iron dog and dirty snow gleamed yellow under the streetlights. We showed up in Craig’s pickup truck, wearing our credentials: cammies, antisocial T-shirts (“Happiness Is A Confirmed Kill”) and jump boots. A Tribal Meeting followed, heap big pow wow, talk’em. Craig and I sat in a booth with Torque, the honcho, and a brain-fried guy called Lurch, and Mountain Jerry, who was a pretty Tarzan replica with long golden hair like Rapunzel and gold-flecked eyes that spoke of psychopathy and bone fractures. He sort of looked through you.

“We don’t like the press,” Torque said. So what? Nobody did. I didn’t. Torque had a face like a gorilla’s armpit. “You can do your story. SOF’s a righteous mag. Righteous.” I guess it was a recommendation. Like having Carlo Gambino say that you were a Really Good Person.

“We do what we can,” Craig said.

Lurch just stared at his beer with his mouth hanging open. He didn’t actually drool, probably because he couldn’t remember how. I figured he had smoked too much brass polish or sniffed some bad glue.

During this prayer meeting, Lurch had An Idea. You could tell it was bubbling up inside him. His jaw closed slightly and a crazed focus came into his eyes. He was going to say something, as soon as he figured out what. His head came up. Yes, an idea. He almost had it.  And then it left him. He collapsed with a soughing sound, like a punctured tire. Gone. A Real Idea, probably the unified field theory. And it got away. He stared sorrowfully at his beer. Eeyore of the Bikers.

We went back to the tribal thing.

Manners, though. This is about grace, elegance, and aplomb. Yeah.

Later we were boozing at the bar, doing what women call male bonding. It means talking to each other. I was chatting with Mountain Jerry. Craig was talking to some guy farther down the bar and drinking peppermint schnapps. Which was amazing on two counts. First, that the Berk had such an effeminate candy-ass yuppie-swine liqueur. Second, that Craig would drink it in a biker bar. It was grounds for execution.

Thing was, Craig was scary. He’d cripple you. You sensed he was ready to rock-and-roll, and you really didn’t want to rumble with him. Some guys you leave alone. The Sons could smell it. About then one of the biker babes got into it with the barmaid. I don’t know what the raison de guerre was. The challenger was a gas-station Brunhilde like a sack of potatoes, except potatoes have better skin. Shrieking ensued. Barmaids in motorcycle hangouts do not back down. You could tell this one wasn’t a Latin professor at Bryn Mawr. She screamed obscenities in a florid cloacal gush. The potato sack gave as good as she got.

The bikers ignored them and kept drinking. Jerry and I were discussing social encounters in rural bars in West Virginia, where we both came from. The chief instrument of intercourse in those regions was the pool cue. It was simple and direct and provided the hospitals with a brisk business.

Over Mountain Jerry’s shoulder I saw the challenger’s arm flash forward. She was throwing a bottle at the barmaid. Either her aim was bad or the barmaid ducked. Bottles shattered behind the bar and the mirror pretty much exploded. Slivers rained down on me, but missed my drink.

Mountain Jerry never flickered. He grinned his slow mean golden grin and said, “Git it on.” And kept on talking. He was amused.

The bar top glittered with glass fragments. The barmaid was about to leap over the bar to do battle with Spud Sack. Screaming continued. Nobody paid the slightest attention. Down the bar I saw Craig absently, without looking, pull a sizable sliver of glass from his schnapps without interrupting his sentence. He dipped a finger to see whether more shards awaited. No. All was well. He lifted the glass and drank.

That’s aplomb. (read more)

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Transcript of @KariLake speech at #CPACTexas.

— Columnated Ruins Was Always Right (@DominofromAZ) August 6, 2022


“We drove a stake through the heart
of the McCain machine.”

How many of you were inspired by President Trump at some point in your life? He inspired me. I would not be here without them. Man. I would not be on this stage. When I walked away from my career as an honest journalist of 27 years covering Arizona, honest to God, I had no idea that I would ever end up right here. I didn’t know what was in store for me. I promise you this. I never imagined this. This is not what I thought I would be doing. I walked away, and I truly handed my life over to God 100%. I walked away, and I put out a video to the people of Arizona explaining to them why I was no longer interested in working in a field that had become propaganda, the fake news back there. I didn’t care what they paid me. I didn’t care how much they were willing to throw at me. I was no longer willing to work for them. And I was not willing to lie to the people of this country. And we need more of them to walk away. So an amazing thing happened. After I put that video out, the people of Arizona reached out to me, and they asked me to run for office. They recruited me to run for office. And I agreed, but I didn’t know how to run for office. I mean, how many of you would know how to run for office? I’ll never forget the day I called the AZGOP and said, “how do I run for office? What do I do?“ Then I called my friends from church, my church ladies, and I said, “hey ladies, why don’t you come over? And you know, I’ve got a crazy idea. Bring a bottle of wine. I think you’re gonna need it. I mean, come on over right now.” And we threw together a ragtag team of non-political people to run the most exciting campaign in the country. And we won.

We didn’t play by the rules because frankly, I did not know what the rules were. I had no idea what they were. I would hear from high-priced political consultants, “Whatever you do, don’t talk about the election.” I didn’t listen to that. Then they would say, “don’t mention COVID shots and don’t mention the masks. Don’t talk about any of that.” Suffice to say I did not hire those losers. I ignored them. I ignored all of them. I did it my way and I listened to the good people of Arizona. And I stand before you today, the Trump-Endorsed Republican Nominee for Governor of Arizona!

Now, thank God I did not know what this would entail back then. God only showed me a little part of the path. If he would have showed me the whole darn thing, I might not be standing here. The lies, the nastiness, the endless attacks on myself and my family and my children. They follow us. They follow my children and take pictures of them. They park outside of our house. These people are evil bastards. Just look at what they put President Trump and his family through for seven years. He’s got the Globalists against him. He’s got the Fake News against him. He’s got the Left against him. And he’s even got some people in our own party against him. We call them the RINOs. Now listen, I feel for him because I actually got a taste of it myself. I actually kind of understand what it feels like to be President Trump. It’s not fun. It’s not fun at all. So one day, I called him, and I said, “Mr. President, they are giving me the Trump Treatment.” And he stopped me right there and he said, “Kari, don’t stop. That means you are directly over the target.”

So, I’m feeling pretty strong right now. But they tell me what’s about to come at me. It’s about to get even worse, even more painful. And you know what I say to them? “Bring it on. Bring it on!” I welcome the vitriol. I welcome to strife. I welcome the attacks, and I welcome every bit of it with ultimate gladness. You know why? Because this fight before us proves to us that God is with us. He has chosen me and he has chosen you. And I don’t believe for one second that God makes mistakes. You guys agree with that? He has placed each and every one of you here at this point in history because he knows our strengths. He’s placed us here because he knows that we will be the ones to save this great Republic. Absolutely.

Now this is where it’s gonna get a little difficult because I think we got to start welcoming people in. We’ve got to welcome in obviously any patriot who loves this country, right? You’re welcome into the movement. We’re gonna welcome the conservatives but not just the conservatives. We’ve got to welcome in the independents and we need to welcome in any Democrat disillusioned with the dead end ideas of the Democrat Party. And let me tell you, there are millions of them out there. We’ve got to welcome them into this party as they walk away. We need to say, welcome to the Republican Party, the party of We The People.

I know they want us to think it is a battle between left and right but this is truly a battle between those who want to save America and those who want to destroy her. That’s where we are at this moment. My question to you is are you in this fight with us? Are you ready to fight? Because we need each and every person to be in this foxhole with us. We all have to be willing to take the same hits that I’ve taken and that President Trump has taken. That means we got to be willing to put our job on the line. Who’s had to do that? You people out here a few I see hands have gone up. We got to be willing to put our paycheck on the line. I know how that feels. It’s not fun. We have to be willing to be attacked. And we got to be willing to lose a friend or two or 50. I think I’ve lost about 150. We have to be willing to be kicked off of Twitter. Don’t you think that our founding fathers lost a lot more than a Twitter account? They lost their livelihoods. They lost their fields. They lost their homes, those were torched. They had their families destroyed for what they believed in. Some of them even gave their lives fighting for this country. For them, America was just an idea. For us, America has been a reality and it is up to us to ensure that America does not become a memory.

This is our moment right now to prove to our ancestors that their struggles and losses were not done in vain. It is our moment to prove right now how much this country means to us. And I’m willing to take that sacrifice. And I know that you, in this room, are willing to take that sacrifice, because I want to tell you something. My father was a history teacher, high school history teacher, and nobody looks back on history on those who were unscathed. They’re not even remembered. It is only those of us who have the scars, who will be remembered, those of us with the scars of battle, those of us with the scars of persecution that will make history. We may have won this battle — and I won to an epic battle in Arizona. We drove a stake through the heart of the McCain Machine. I felt like I had to wear garlic around my neck when I did that. So my question is, are you ready to fight a few battles? Who’s up for it? We need to fight like hell to take this country back. I know that the man standing back there is willing to do it. I know I’m in this battle willing to do it who is ready to rise up and go out there and win this war to save America? Let me hear you.

— Kari Lake

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REPORTER: “230 economists wrote letters to Congress saying that [the Bidenflation Scam] would actually add to inflation. Penn Wharton’s Budget Model said the same thing.”

CHUCK SCHUMER: “They’re wrong.”

— RNC Research (@RNCResearch) August 6, 2022

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-08-05 b

#FreeAlexJones #SandyHoax #TheJuiceIsLoose #CrisisActors: AJ Only Ordered to Pay $4.2 Million

The ruling has come in on the crucifixion of Alex Jones over calling out the Sandy Hoax crisis act as a sham – the jury has gone for a very mild crucifixion.

It might not sound like a huge win that Alex Jones was ordered to pay $4.2 million for exercising his freedom of speech. However, the lawyers for the crisis hoaxers were demanding that Alex pay somewhere between $150 million and $3 billion.

The judgement is probably half of the amount that Alex has spent on lawyers over the last decade fighting off these actors. That is where the big, draining expense really is – it’s in the cost of the attorneys.

I assume Alex is telling the truth about not having any money is his personal bank account or in the Infowars bank accounts, but that is presumably because he moved the money to the accounts of family members and into cryptocurrency. Anyway, he can just do a fundraiser for this amount. It’s very easily doable.

I didn’t expect it to go this way. I thought for sure they would deliver a punishing verdict of a totally unpayable amount. But no. This is effectively a “not guilty” verdict, being less than 1% of what the attackers were demanding.

This is after the entire media demonized Alex and claimed he was an evil monster. It’s after that stupid Mexican bimbo judge kept claiming to the jury he was guilty of a crime he was never convicted of.

There’s a lot more that needs to be said about what happened with Alex Jones. Regardless of the fact he’s basically gotten off, he was technically convicted of calling someone an actor and ordered to pay an amount that no normal person could afford for having exercised basic speech rights. So while this is a victory for Alex personally, and a victory for freedom in that it shows that a jury of his peers were not interested in ruining Alex’s life, it still remains a kind of defeat for our basic speech rights.

It’s also going to be interesting to see what happens to Alex next. Thus far, the “destroy his life through lawfare” was the last action that ZOG needed to take to get someone out of the game. So what are they going to do now? They’re going to have to up the ante.

Alex will probably now be subjected to the same kind of censorship that we’ve suffered here at the Daily Stormer. That means being banned from domain registrars, and possibly having his domains stolen, as well as potentially having to pay tens or hundreds of thousands per month for a non-Cloudflare CDN. He will likely also get banned from normal banking.

It really does say something that the jury in this case wants to dial things back in terms of destroying the lives of people who disagree with the government/media at the same time as the government/media is upping the ante.

However, the next logical thing is for the government to either charge Alex criminally for his speech or to just have him killed. Even if the people on a jury will say this thought control is out of control, they’re not going to do anything to stop it.


Addendum: Daily Reminder: Sandy Hoax was a Crisis Actor Event

I just want to remind everyone that Alex had to say this wasn’t a hoax, or he would’ve had even more trouble. I don’t really blame him for backing down. It is cucking, but you do have to make some compromises sometimes.

But everyone should remember: Sandy Hook was a hoax staged by crisis actors. None of the questions we’ve had have been answered, instead people have been sued in a way that completely violates the First Amendment over a hoax designed to destroy the Second Amendment.

Watch this video.

Those are a whole helluva lot of questions, none of which have been answered, and which you can have your life ruined for asking. Asking if this is a hoax is de facto illegal.

They are saying that it is defamation of the “parents” to call them actors, but none of them have been able to show damages. They haven’t even suggested damages. There is nothing along the lines of “people boycotted my business because Alex Jones said I was an actor.” It is all “I was emotionally disturbed when Alex Jones claimed I was an actor.” This brings into question whether it even amounts to defamation at all, and as an absolute matter, claiming hundreds of millions or billions in “emotional damages” is completely unreasonable. In my view, it is also unreasonable to expect someone to believe that all of these parents, weeping over the bodies of their supposedly dead children, would be obsessed with proving a political point.

Maybe it was all real. If it was, I don’t know why they won’t address any of the issues brought up by conspiracy people. But even if it is all real, this “defamation” hoax is unjustifiable. (read more)

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2022-08-05 a

The Free Exercise of Religion?

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A symbolic stake has been driven through the
putrid heart of John "Wet Start" McCain &
his Arizona legacy.

Decision Desk HQ projects Kari Lake (@KariLake) is the winner of the Republican nomination for Governor in Arizona.

Race call: 9:52 eastern

More results here:

— Decision Desk HQ (@DecisionDeskHQ) August 5, 2022


“Though the results took longer than they should have, Arizonans who have been forgotten by the establishment just delivered a political earthquake. My opponent Katie Hobbs had one job in government, and that was to ensure an efficiently-processed election. She failed spectacularly, and yet just like every other failed establishment politician, now she wants a promotion. Arizona just sent a clear message: our state is done with failed politicians like Katie Hobbs.

“This is more than an election – it is a beautiful movement by so many people across our beautiful state to finally put Arizona First. Our renewed Republican Party is now coming together to fight for a brighter and more prosperous future for every Arizonan. We will stop schools from indoctrinating our children and stop government bureaucrats from shutting down our businesses and livelihoods. We will get our homeless off the streets, invest in our families, and protect the quality of life in our neighborhoods. We will put an end to the fentanyl, human trafficking, and drugs flowing across our open border. Starting tonight, we fight to defeat the radical, corrupt, incompetent Democrats and put our government back into the hands of the great people of Arizona!”

— Kari Lake

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We know they don't want Kari Lake to win.
How many fake ballots are they creating in Maricopa county
to deny Lake her victory?

Call me crazy, but I don't think ANY dead people should be voting in our elections

— CR: Supports Lake, Blake & Abe (@DominofromAZ) August 1, 2022


Told you Arizona couldn’t get its act together. What an insult to the modern world. Stephen Richer and the entire Maricopa Board of Supervisors are a team of crooks and charlatans. No other state is as bad as Arizona.

— Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) August 3, 2022

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Low IQ Black Lesbian Gives Another Legal Opinion

‘Today’s sentencing is a reminder of what the world already knew: Russia is wrongfully detaining Brittney’ — Press secretary Karine Jean-Pierre responds to the Brittney Griner verdict

— NowThis (@nowthisnews) August 4, 2022

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Tall Black Lesbian (with manly voice) Convicted

“Today, American citizen Brittney Griner received a prison sentence that is one more reminder of what the world already knew: Russia is wrongfully detaining Brittney. It’s unacceptable, and I call on Russia to release her immediately so she can be with her wife, loved ones, friends, and teammates.  My administration will continue to work tirelessly and pursue every possible avenue to bring Brittney and Paul Whelan home safely as soon as possible.”

Illegitimate White House Occupant

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Low IQ Black Lesbian Gives Legal Opinion

Jean-Pierre says it was “unconstitutional” for SCOTUS to overturn Roe.

— Greg Price (@greg_price11) August 3, 2022


I LOVE having foreigners tell me what’s “unconstitutional.”

— Ann Coulter (@AnnCoulter) August 3, 2022

-08-03 a

MAGA candidate Blake Masters won US Senate GOP primary race.
MAGA candidate Kari Lake's results are being delayed by Maricopa county (Phoenix).
Wouldn't MAGA voters who voted for Masters also have voted for Lake?


While 7 in 8 voters cast an early ballot, 122K were returned Tuesday. Now, we verify each signature, review provisional ballots & contact 1000s of voters whose signatures require additional review. With an est 150-160K ballots left to count, we’ll update results daily by 7 pm.

— Maricopa County Elections Department (@MaricopaVote) August 3, 2022


Q: “Why aren’t 100% of ballots counted yet?”
A: We follow the law.

✅Signature verification before tabulation
✅Bipartisan processing
✅Provisional ballot review
✅5-day post-election period for voters to cure signatures

Thank you, @maricopavote election workers!

— Maricopa County (@maricopacounty) August 3, 2022

-08-02 c

ShadowStats Calculates Inflation
the Way FedGov Once Did It

real inflation

2022-08-02 b

Hunger Tames Restive Masses.
Hunger Inflames Restive Masses.

hunger tames restive masses

-08-02 a

Senile Warlord in Washington Boasts
of Killing al Qaeda Leader Again

If proven true, this would be yet another rogue re-assassination
by the world's indispensable regime

Joe Biden Delivers a Jumbled Word Salad after Claiming, Under Extremely Suspect Circumstances, the U.S Killed Ayman al Zawahiri

Everything about the supposed killing of al-Qaeda leader Ayman al Zawahiri is suspect, weird and fishy.

♦First, al Zawahiri has been reported as killed or dead at least a half dozen times in the last 10 years; including by natural causes

Second, Ayman al Zawahiri was very old. Western citations put his age at 71 (born 1951), however, that is suspect (sounds like his younger brother’s age). 

♦Third, the location of his reported killing in Kabul is odd.  Zawahiri was known to avoid large populations, and even with the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan the tribal conflicts with factions of the Taliban would have been an issue.

♦Fourth, somehow the Taliban waited until after the U.S. intelligence community leaked the strike to the media before they issued a statement condemning the drone attack.  Since when does al-Qaeda wait 48+ hours to denounce hostile action in their territory?   Coordinating and timed joint press releases between the White House and ‘Taliban‘ to western media outlets is seriously sketchy.

♦Fifth, absolutely no official outline from the Pentagon or White House on this “successful counterterrorism strike“?  Despite a prime time presidential address, the White House has no announcement, no official statement, nothing, on their website.  Additionally, Biden leads off saying the attack was on Saturday, the Taliban waited 48-hours to denounce a U.S. drone strike?  Think about it.  Doesn’t add up.  More sketchy.

♦Sixth, and seemingly just an oddball addendum, Fox News breaks the story using Jennifer Griffin as lead reporter.  As I noted several days ago, Griffin had been missing from Fox News since she went bonzo in March attacking Tucker Carlson over his cynicism of the official State Dept and Pentagon narrative in Ukraine.

May, June, July, nothing from Pentagon deep state promoter Jenn Griffin at all.  Then, suddenly, on the same day Griffin resurfaces, after months of nothing, there’s a major terrorism strike in Afghanistan, killing Zawahiri and she’s leading the coverage?…. With Brett Baier cheerleading?  C’mon man.  Sketchy, all of it.

And yeah, somehow there was an unusual “DNS pointing issue” on the CTH servers, serendipitously timed with the Biden speech.  The one site with a specific al Zawhiri track and trace reference library to deconstruct the official narrative and identify the sketchy.

Lastly, about half the terroristic attribution Joe Biden made in his prime time speech is associated with the “Blind Sheik” Omar Abdel-Rahman, not Ayman al Zawahiri.

I’m glad Zawahiri is dead; I was cool with him being gone from the earth the last six times we were told Zawahiri was dead. Get all those professional jihadists removed, good.  However, that has nothing to do with the seriously sketchy background of this story.   This is a pantomime playing out for public consumption, and the same strings visible on the Zelenskyy puppets are glowing on the shoulders of this deep state announcement. (read more)

-08-01 a
Just wondering ...

Just as SARS-CoV-2 and the mRNA gene therapy clot shots are best understood as depopulation agents to facilitate the Build Back Bolshevik plans of the elite, could monkeypox and the monkeypox vaccine also be depopulation agents?

This widespread strain of monkeypox is said to be more transmissible. We read that the Wuhan Institute of Virology and US funded biolabs in the Ukraine were working on monkeypox. Did their work include "gain of function" enhancements to the west African strain of monkeypox?

What unlabelled adjuvants or nefarious ingredients are present in regular lots as well as "hot" lots of the monkeypox vaccine?

Have homosexuals been scheduled for elimination?

The San Francisco Aids Foundation (@SFAIDSFound) has released a guide to having sex ahead of the #DoreAlley gay sex festival. The guide says if you have bumps on your skin & don’t know what they are, to cover them up & go have sex anyway. #Monkeypox

— Andy Ngô (@MrAndyNgo) July 30, 2022



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