Dear MAGA: 20190502 Open Topic

This TWO DAYS IN MAY TUESDAY open thread (OK, it’s really THURSDAY, but MUH SYMMETRY) is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA world.

You can say what you want, comment on what other people said, and so on.

Free Speech is practiced here. ENJOY IT. Use it or lose it.

Keep it SOMEWHAT civil. They tried to FORCE fake Orwellian civility on us. In response, we CHOOSE true civility to defend our precious FREEDOM from THEM.

Our rules began with the civility of the Old Treehouse, later to become the Wolverinian Empire, and one might say that we have RESTORED THE OLD REPUBLIC – the early high-interaction model of the Treehouse – except of course that Q discussion is not only allowed but encouraged, and speech is considerably freer in other ways. Please feel free to argue and disagree with the board owner, as nicely as possible.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here in the January 1st open thread. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven.


Remember to KEEP PRESIDENT TRUMP IN PRAYER.

OUR FIVE WORDS TO HIM:

WE ARE PRAYING FOR YOU


Always keep our movement’s larger purpose in mind – RESTORATION!!!

That is why there MUST BE cleaning of the SWAMP!!!

Our movement

Is about replacing

A failed

And CORRUPT

Political establishment

With a new government controlled

By you, the American People.

Candidate Donald J. Trump

Also consider Wheatie’s Rules:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

NOW….

THREE THINGS TONIGHT:

1.

Although I now have FOUR NIGHTS a week covered by authors (other than myself) who want to do Daily Threads, as follows, I am still looking for more.

  • Monday – Wheatietoo
  • Tuesday – Wolf Moon
  • Wednesday – Wolf Moon
  • Thursday – Wolf Moon
  • Friday – ForGodandCountry
  • Saturday – Wheatietoo
  • Sunday – ThinkThinkThink

If you think you would like to take one of the remaining “Wolf” days (T, W. Th, meaning you post the night before at midnight), please let me know. I am encouraged by the great reception that our Daily Thread authors are getting, and would love to add one or two new Daily Thread authors to take maximum advantage of this effect.

You need to be US-based, operating from a secure home computer (not on a roaming laptop or mobile device), and otherwise pass somewhat rougher vetting than even Wolf’s Extreme Vetting which posters normally pass. Some upstanding interested people in deep blue zones may simply be put on hold until enough of the swamp is IN JAIL, at which point American security will automatically tighten.

The reasons I am now being a bit more cautious about (a) location of authors, and (b) making sure that this place could run smoothly if I were, say, indisposed due to some kind of LAWFARE plot, has to do with both items 2 and 3. I believe that my strongest earlier suspicions about DOJ and FBI under Rosenstein are now confirmed. More on that below.

So if you’re interested, please let me know.

2.

There is an article in Human Events about AG Barr that your really need to read. HOWEVER, WordPress goes NUTS if the URL “embeds”, so here is a masked link:

https(colon)//humanevents(dot)com/2019/05/01/checkmate/

I will also embed the URL at the END of this post, where it can’t mess anything up.

This article explains my theory on Barr, Mueller and Rosenstein in LEGAL terms.

To ME, it confirms that Rosey is a black hat who has more successfully than anybody masked himself. He was willing to let OTHERS decide Trump’s fate, once he created the corrupt Mueller process. This is how they created plausible deniability of malicious intent. Rosey threw the magic potato that turned into a grenade and said “That’s OK, just follow the process for throwing potatoes and all will be well. See? I agree with Bill Barr now that he’s my boss.”

It’s LAWFARE. I can SEE IT. Others did, too, and that is why they booted Sessions to get somebody to END THE LAWFARE based on BAD LAW (the subsection in question, which will eventually go to SCOTUS, and which is the basis of Democrat obstruction traps).

I believe that the NEED to bring in Barr is related to the “change” in “Trust Sessions” – that there was a need to stop “trusting” him and replace him. Basically, a CHANGE in the plan. In my opinion, people RIGHTLY stopped trusting Rosey, but they needed to remove SESSIONS to get past Rosey the Rook, who had castled with King Robert of Mueller.

Whatever. Water under the bridge, but WE were pawns in it. WE had to go, so that Trump supporters who liked Sessions would get out of the way of FALLING SESSIONS, who pretty much fell on his sword.

3.

The Democrats are extremely serious about 2020. I am seeing plot investments on a scale which DWARFS anything I have seen before.

I believe that the Democrats and black hats have LOST access to NSA data on me, and that this explains why there has been a relatively large degree of calm in my life. HOWEVER, I have now discovered how they intend to remedy that situation, and it’s fairly ingenious. Independent discovery of the same by the White Hats will validate.

Interesting times that we live in.

W

https://humanevents.com/2019/05/01/checkmate/

https://humanevents.com/2019/05/01/checkmate/


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michaelh

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Anyone who thinks they can entrap Trump or his A.G…comment image
…Doesn’t realize who they’re up against.

You watch those nature documentaries on the cable? You see the one about lions? You got this lion. He’s the king of the jungle, huge mane out to here. He’s laying under a tree, in the middle of Africa. He’s so big, it’s so hot. He doesn’t want to move. Now the little lions come, they start messing with him. Biting his tail, biting his ears. He doesn’t do anything. The lioness, she starts messing with him. Coming over, making trouble. Still nothing. Now the other animals, they notice this. They start to move in. The jackals; hyenas. They’re barking at him, laughing at him. They nip his toes, and eat the food that’s in his domain. They do this, then they get closer and closer, bolder and bolder. Till one day, that lion gets up and tears the shit out of everybody. Runs like the wind, eats everything in his path. Cause every once in a while, the lion has to show the jackals, who he is.
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“Our Lion 🦁 is an Apex Predator.” – fleporeblogcomment image
The LION 🦁 has a 🐺 WOLF at his side!comment image
Be like a lion and a wolf, then you have a big heart and the power of leadership.comment image

Harry Lime

Great post, Michael!

olderwiser21

Our own AG Cheshire Cat/Barr. Best picture of him ever. It says everything!

GA/FL

….and Attorney General William Pelham Barr is a Honey Badger or Wolverine at the very least.

Aubergine

I call him the Honey Badger.
Last night I had to show the honey badger video to DH.
“Honey badger don’t care!”

nikkichico7

Wonderful post Michael .. awesome 😎👍❤️❤️❤️‼️‼️‼️‼️‼️

Kalbo

Smiling throughout your great post!

Gudthots

Only had an hour to try and catch up today. That was not enough time, but I do enjoy the Q Treepers when I can swing by to take in a page or two.

Sylvia Avery

Wolfie, I’ve been thinking about that Human Events piece ever since I read it earlier today. I appreciate your analysis. Your taking the themes and advancing them further, especially with regard to Sessions, gives me even more to think about. It feels right.

Alison

Sylvia, I agree with much of what Wolfie theorizes. I don’t think ‘Trust The Plan’ ever meant Potus had an ironclad plan with every contingency gamed out. It insults me greatly when SD and others mock it.
Trust the Plan means we trust President Trump is a competent leader who has studied the bureaucratic swamp long enough to have anticipated many obstacles and outright sabotage attempts. We have faith that his Plan is to recognize his enemies and their machinations, and apply his wisdom, experience and faith in the American people to prevail with tactics never ever utilized in that giant bureaucracy previously.
Never ever underestimate the resolve of a free United States to maintain our Constitutional rights.

Sylvia Avery

“I don’t think ‘Trust The Plan’ ever meant Potus had an ironclad plan with every contingency gamed out.”
No, that never made sense to me either. I mean, it really isn’t reasonable to expect there would be a plan that detailed. Plans are great until the battle begins and then you immediately have to begin to adapt.
If it is as Q says that this was hatched by the military, they know that better than anyone.
Sure, there was/is a plan, but it must be constantly evolving. Like you, I think the plan is as simple as trusting PDJT and his helpers.

ladypenquin

Nothing is ever “ironclad” when it comes to plans (or life). I’ve always believed, and still do, that POTUS had a “plan” – but that simply means strategy and tactics, which are modified as the situation warrants.
My Unified Theory of DJT means that because of who/what he is, Alpha male, patriot, brilliant, etc. etc. he’d be able to formulate a “plan” – or better yet, set goals, and work to accomplish them. He’s been doing this is obvious ways with the economy and judiciary.
The not so obvious (for now) is what’s going on behind the scenes to rip away the veil, and expose the Deep State and bad actors. This will move the country towards the goal of gaining America’s sovereignty back, and fortifying the Constitutional Foundation of the country. Now that’s not an easy or going to be “completed” task, but POTUS will set us on our way by the time he is done.
Or we’ll die trying to make sure America is saved.

grandmaintexas

We just need to keep our prayers up. Who doubts that God’s providence is with us? 🙏

Deplorable Patriot

This is a military operation. Q confirmed that. Trump is the public face of it. It’s not his plan, but there is a plan that thought out every contingency like a flowchart would. If what I’ve seen on the conspiracy boards is correct – and there seems to be a short memory span on all of this – the plan has been in the works since the 1950s. I believe execution of it began in the late 1990s when personnel were beginning to be moved into place. Trump started the final parts of his preparation. More people were recruited in government and to run for office once those who could help were identified. Military brass were chosen, and those are probably the people Obama got rid of.
We don’t know what we don’t know. This is all guess work on everybody’s part, but I would be care declaring there wasn’t a plan somewhere.

Gail Combs

“…. the plan has been in the works since the 1950s….”
Yes I think people saw the Commies and Fabians gaining power here in the USA all the way back in the 1930s and 40s. Don’t forget Congressman McFadden and Congressman Charles Lindbergh.
The John Birch Society was started in December of 1958. It was later vilified as it got too close to the truth. The Society used to have an article up about the concerted attacks and vilification by the left.
You can see the villification in the WIKI article: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/John_Birch_Society
There was also the Foundation for the New Intellectual (1960s) that became The Ayn Rand Institute: The Center for the Advancement of Objectivism in 1985, three years after Rand’s death.
The John Locke Society is quite new. It was organized in 2016.
….
The problem was The Federal Reserve System Great Britian’s Stealth move to take back America.

INTRODUCTION
…Created in 1910, codified by Congress in 1913 (along with the personal income tax), this “system” facilitated the US government’s ability to inflame the nation’s citizens for the purpose of supporting the European war of 1914-1918 (World War I). Warfare provides a source of immense borrowing and provides banking corporations with huge profits in the form of interest income. Several of these same Wall Street banks financed Adolph Hitler two decades later….
[They also financed the Bolshievik Revolution and Japan’s War with China. Wars are VERY lucrative!]
The adoption of “central banking”, a concept indispensible to enforcing policies determined by big central government, is as old as Alexander Hamilton and The Federalists. Central banking has been tried and thwarted in the past. Today it is alive and well. For a brief background of this subject, read this fascinating essay.
Talk bt G.Edward Griffin
… These were the seven men aboard that railroad car who were at Jekyll Island. Amazing as it may seem, they represented approximately 1/4 of the wealth of the entire world. These are the men that sat around the table and created the Federal Reserve System….Why the secrecy? … the answer is provided by Vanderlip himself in the same article. He said: “If it were to be exposed publicly that our particular group had gotten together and written a banking bill, that bill would have no chance whatever of passage by Congress.”
Why not? Because the purpose of the bill was to break the grip of the money trust and it was written by the money trust. And had that fact been known at the get-go, we would never have had a Federal Reserve System because as Vanderlip said it would have had no chance of passage at all by Congress….
Consider the composition of this group. Here we had the Morgans, the Rockefellers, Kuhn, Loeb & Company, the Rothschilds and the Warburgs. Anything strange about that mixture? These were competitors….
[Griffin forgot to mention they were EUROPEAN BANKSTERS]
This is extremely significant because it happened precisely at that point in American history where business was undergoing a major and fundamental change in ideology.** Prior to this point, American business had been operating under the principles of private enterprise–free enterprise competition is what made American great… however, this was the point in history where the shift was going away from competition toward monopoly. This has been described in many textbooks as the dawning of the era of the cartel and this was what was happening. For the fifteen year period prior to the meeting on Jekyll Island, the very investment groups about which we are speaking were coming together more and more and engaging in joint ventures rather than competing with each other. The meeting on Jekyll Island was merely the culmination of that trend where they came together completely and decided not to compete–they formed a cartel.
…. this cartel went into partnership with the government. Now we have hold of something extremely significant. Cartels often go into partnership with governments because they need the force of law to enforce their cartel agreement but in this case they did it in spades….
This example of a $100,000 home, as shocking as it is, producing $172,741 unearned interest, this is just a grain of sand in the Sahara. You have to multiply that by all the homes in America, by all of these hotels in America, all the high-rise buildings, all the factories, all the airplanes, automobiles, farm equipment, schools, everything, all the physical assets of America….You apply this same ratio and can you see it in your mind? We’re talking about a river of unearned wealth that is so wide you can’t even think of crossing it, flowing perpetually into the banking cartel. A dead short across the productive element of society….
You are led to the question of where is this river flowing? Where’s it going?….
They are spending it to acquire control over the power centers of society. The power centers are those groups and institutions through which individuals live and act and rely on for their information. They are literally buying up the world but not the real estate and the hardware, they’re buying control over the organizations, the groups and institutions that control people. In other words, to be specific, they are buying control over politicians, political parties, television networks, cable networks, newspapers, magazines, publishing houses, wire services, motion picture studios, universities, labor unions, church organizations, trade associations, tax-exempt foundations, multi-national corporations, boy scouts, girl scouts, you name it. Make your own list of organizations and you will find that this is where those people have been for many decades spending this river of wealth to acquire operational control particularly over those institutions and individuals, those organizations that represent opposition to themselves. That’s a critical area for expenditure on their part.
This process has gone on not only to a marked degree in America and in the other industrialized nations of the world, but it has gone on in the so-called third world or underdeveloped nations to such a degree that I would say the process is now complete. They own these countries already…

**Griffin also forgets to mention that originally US corporations had a very narrow scope, a life of 20 years and could be disbanded by the state BEFORE the 20 year charter was up if the corporation was crooked.
Our founders were well aware of the POWER of The East India Company It “received a Royal Charter from Queen Elizabeth I on 31 December 1600,”
Remember the dumping of TEA in Boston Harbor?
“…By 1803, at the height of its rule in India, the British East India company had a private army of about 260,000—twice the size of the British Army, with Indian revenues of £13,464,561 (£1,359,675,850.80 as of 2018), and expenses of £14,017,473 (£1,415,509,909.85 as of 2018). The company eventually came to rule large areas of India with its private armies, exercising military power and assuming administrative functions.Company rule in India effectively began in 1757….”

Deplorable Patriot

It’s more simple than that. The Pentagon high brass got pissed off that the C_A and UN were double crossing them in Korea, and under Eisenhower started to figure out how to take the country back, by force if necessary.

Kalbo

More, please…

Steve in Lewes

Alison – “It insults me greatly when SD and others mock it.”
I believe that is what got me banned OT. I questioned his snark by asking what is the difference between ‘Trust the plan’ and his ‘Big Ugly’. Same outcome, just a different approach. Oops ! S(ome) D(ude) didn’t like that.
No big deal. Now I’m here and much, much better off.
Thanks Wolf and all you other Banned Brethren and those who decided to self ban !
We are all in great company here on Wolf’s tree! Eeyore Central was and still is a depressing place.

Kalbo

“I questioned his snark by asking what is the difference between ‘Trust the plan’ and his ‘Big Ugly’.”
Pithy, and spot on!
Got a good chuckle of… “Same outcome, just a different approach. Oops ! S(ome) D(ude) didn’t like that.”
Yes, everyday I know that I am blessed to be with ya’ll.
The information, logic, analysis, laughs and more:-)

Sylvia Avery

Well said!

GA/FL

President Trump has several kinds of intelligence – among them – Mental Agility or Cognitive Flexibility as they now call it. He can weigh issues, people and numbers rapidly and has good clear wise judgment and the courage to make big decisions.
Fear doesn’t hold him back. Wisdom, Prescience, Experience from over 50 years of top executive experience.
President Trump’s skill at running the engine of the US economy, foreign policy, trade relations, etc. is like a master mechanic who restores engines to their top potential.
Trump makes Ø, Warren, Bernie, Biden, Buttigieg, and the rest look like kid with a lemonade stand and moldy lemons.

Gail Combs

“…Trump makes Ø, Warren, Bernie, Biden, Buttigieg, and the rest look like kid with a lemonade stand and moldy lemons.”
Actually the kid with the lemonade stand has more EXPERIENCE than that bunch of PARISITES that never ever had to actually WORK! I rather have the kid run the country than that bunch!

Alison

Yup. A case where hindsight is quite helpful.

Sylvia Avery

What you say makes so much sense to me, Wolf. It really explains the Sessions thing which I’ve tried to understand and failed. This explanation really fits, in my mind.
I also think that going forward we’ll see Sessions set some things in place that we’ll see play out. He was dealt a bad hand, but I think, I hope, we’ll find out he did the best he could.

Gail Combs

Yes,
I believe AG Sessions did the best he could after being DELIBERATELY Hamstrung by the Obama Admin.
Obama is the one who set up the meeting between then Senator Sessions and Kislyak at the RNC convention. It Turns Out Obama White House Had a Direct Role in Sessions Meeting with Russian Ambassador
Sessions was also set up by Kislyak. Sessions said himself that when Kislyak came to his office, no one quite knew why he was there. The meeting lasted just a few minutes.
Those are the two meetings used to start the investigation into AG Sessions.
….
Do not forget that OBAMA and KISLYAK worked in concert to set-up General Flynn too. It was Kislyak who called General Flynn while he was out of the country on vacation and brought up the Russion Sanctions.
So you have TWO very important supporters of President Trump set-up by the SAME TWO PEOPLE OBAMA and KISLYAK !

Gail Combs

I forgot to add this about Kadzik

Podesta and Kadzik met several months later for dinner at Podesta’s home, another email shows. And another email sent on May 5, 2015, Kadzik’s son asked Podesta for a job on the Clinton campaign. https://t.co/ft5ObuJfK6
— ᴄʜɪʟʟ (@TheChiIIum) June 16, 2018

Also Kadzik sat with the DemonRats…

grandmaintexas

My blood just boils thinking about these setups. God, let the day of justice come quickly!

Jan Phillips

Amen, GM in T!!!

singingsoul

Very opening Wolf. You and my husband got it right concerning Rosenstein he calls him “shape shifter.”
He shifts to what ever is around him. My husband said “a man like that can never be in charge.”
If Session had not bee neutered by recusal I believe Rosenstein would have been ok.
I saw an interview of Mooch from NY he said in an interview “that he was at a reunion at Harvard and Rosenstein was in his class and he is a Boy Scout.” He said “he told POTUS not to worry.”
Concerning Session, if he new that he had to recuse himself becoming the AG why did he not step aside and let POTUS put someone else in?
I know I am in the minority but I struggle with Session. Maybe one day the truth will come out.
First impressions always are a key for me neither Rosenstein nor Session pass that test for me.
I have been known to be wrong therefore I am open.

slowcreekno

I vaguely remember having seen some discussion somewhere, that when Sessions was released from the position of AG, he would then be available for the expected military tribunal. Forgot where I read that, and it is some time ago.
It is as if there are several simultaneous chess games going, and with the additional rule, that pieces that are knocked out of one of the games become available for insertion into one of the others.
And as a spectator watching this or these plays, I notice there are some moves of certain pieces that don’t seem to make sense until much later. Just like in regular chess. Or a well-written novel.

Gail Combs

Wolfie, don’t forget some of the ‘silent players’
A certain Derek Harvey has been on Nunes’ staff since September 2017. A compatriot of Ezra Cohen-Watnick, Harvey was fired by H. R. McMaster in late July 2017.
Derek Harvey is a longtime intelligence analyst who had been close to former General Michael Flynn. Ret. Army Col. Harvey is a Senior Executive Service-member of the Defense Intelligence Agency (DIA). DIA is a national-level intelligence organization that does not belong to a single military element or the traditional chain of command and instead answers to the Secretary of Defense directly through the USDI.
Perhaps Derek Harvey was the staff member who went with Gowdy when he went to read those classified documents.
And where is Ezra Cohen-Watnick another person close to General Flynn? Like Harvey, he was fired by H. R. McMaster. Then he became the national security adviser to AG Jeff Sessions.
Ezra Cohen-Watnick: The Hero that We Don’t Deserve: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VunfOoAPHPk
….
And yes it is like chess but when a piece gets knocked out, it dusts it’s self off and assumes another role. 😁 So it makes you wonder just what roles General Flynn and Jeff Sessions are now playing….

GA/FL

EXACTLY – such talent is not likely to be wasted by our man in DC who perceives, greatly values, mentors and utilizes the valuable talents of others.

Alison

Wolfie, God Bless you; you keep raising the Bar(r) here at the QTree.
I am so sorry I cannot fit the criteria to volunteer as a host. It is physical limitations, not lack of desire. I will give some thought to whether I have the ability to do an occasional ‘guest post’ if that would help. If it is possible to write a draft and send it to one of the gatekeepers who can format it into published form.
If I can make a suggestion – this might be a way to take one of the nights off your shoulders … I have no idea what a daily host must do behind the scenes, but I’m sure I’m not the only QTreeper who would be more than satisfied one night a week to have a boilerplate opener posted as the daily which could be pre-scheduled to “publish” at the witching hour. I know you can schedule that ahead if time. It could be just the date and the standard house rules.
Even without an interesting leadoff topic offered by a host, and without a host who responds throughout the comment thread, we commenters can carry the ball that day. There is so much happening, and we have such engaged Treepers, I think we can pick up the slack once a week just by upping our contributions to the comments section.
We might be incented to research a tad more, and seek meaningful links, to flesh out the comment section despite having no ‘booster’ host for a day.
Only you know whether that pre-scheduled boilerplate can suit your desire to reduce one night’s responsibility, and whether you trust us as commenters to both police ourselves as to content, while making content as current & lively as every other day.
What do others think about these suggestions.

wheatietoo

Heheh…I didn’t know that I was ‘extreme vetted’, Wolfie.
I didn’t even feel a thing.
Haaaa.
😜😄
But I guess the fact that I am in a deep red state and exclusively use a desktop that is loaded to the max with firewalls and active anti-spyware programs, worked in my favor.
Heeee.
I totally appreciate your sense of caution, though…and share it as well.
Can’t be too careful these days.
Because the bad guys truly *are* out to get us.

Sylvia Avery

I’m envisioning Wolf scanning you with a “tricorder” like Doctor McCoy in the original Star Trek.

Sylvia Avery

Ha, ha!!!! I can totally see that.

nikkichico7

Yes! I just did! .. totally cool 😎👍❤️‼️❤️

Gudthots

Ha! Great picture!

ozzytrumpster

Didn’t that bend over and cough give you a heads up?

nikkichico7

… 😳👎🏻 …

GA/FL

You mean there is a….shudder….. ‘blue gloves’ test for daily thread volunteers?

bflyjesusgrl

Miss Wheatie, you have “Q” level clearance. 😉😃
Q clearance. Q clearance or Q access authorization is the Department of Energy (DOE) security clearance required to access Top Secret Restricted Data, Formerly Restricted Data, and National Security Information, as well as Secret Restricted Data.
Miss Wheatie, you have “Q” level clearance.😉

Sylvia Avery

Wolf,
I’d like to help. I cherish this place and what you have created for us. I thought about volunteering last time you asked for help. The reason I didn’t is I’m not confident I have the necessary technical ability, although I could probably learn.
I feel really lacking in understanding WordPress and am afraid I don’t know what I need to to dive in. I keep thinking I should look for a WordPress tutorial. Surely such a thing exists.
I don’t know what you mean by roaming laptop, exactly. I have a laptop but I don’t take it out of the house and hook up to some random wi-fi. I’ve never done that and have no desire to do that. It doesn’t fit my lifestyle.
But I live in a deep blue state.
So there you go. If you need me, let me know.

Tonawanda

Would love to see you post, Sylvia!

Sylvia Avery

<3 <3 <3

Jan Phillips

Yes, Sylvia!! You would be great!!

Sylvia Avery

Thank you, Jan!

ladypenquin

I’d volunteer, but worry about my techi skills with pics, etc. I like Alison’s boilerplate idea, because participating and even being able to “host” on a daily thread is something I can do.

kea

Maybe take a comment/thought or meme or something from a past thread that really had a good impact… 🙂

Gudthots

I like the idea of some of our treepers “hosting” an Open Topic so that when the thread author isn’t available to keep up with the conversation of the day, they know others have the baton.

kalbren2r1

Agree with Alison. I am physically residing in a deep blue zone due to machine cheated vote results. We get more “thumbs up” responses in public than “f u’s.” So hopefully the plan results will fix the machine cheat. Wolf you are the best stay safe and go with God!

kalbren2r1

What I forgot to finish is I would be willing to be on standby, but I live in a deep blue zone.

wheatietoo

What strikes me about that Statute… [18 U.S.C. § 1512(c)(2)]…that Mueller chose to interpret his own way and Barr disagreed with…could apply to Every Attorney out there!
Most every attorney, in the service of their client, attempts to ‘conceal records and documents’.
They also try to ‘influence’ the ‘official proceeding’ of a trial or court case, in order to get a favorable ruling for their client.
I know they are not supposed to and are supposed to cooperate fully with the Discovery process.
But they do.
They do this by telling their client to not make them ‘aware’ of anything that could be used against them.
But they All try to ‘influence’ the outcome of a trial or court case.

ladypenquin

I REALLY like how what you said, “Barr is a first-rate legal mind, and Mueller’s whole career is a tortured string of problems and bad prosecutions.”
Sums the two men up nicely.

ladypenquin

Last week, I had finished a mystery novel, (my favorite reads) “Dark Harbor” by David Hosp. 2005. Took place in Boston, and while not part of the plot, the story of Whitey Bulgar was mentioned throughout the book _ dealing with Boston mobs and Mafia, and the FBI’s involvement etc. I decided to look it up to get the big picture. Wiki actually does a good job.
Conclusion? IMO, the FBI should have been dismantled. Unbelievable what they’ve been doing and what they get away with. Add in some of the DOJ – because they let the FBI get off the hook. Only one guy went to prison – Bulger’s handler, Michael Connolly. It’s a horrible, ugly story,
It was that same DOJ/FBI that Mueller let take out Senator Ted Stevens in 2008. And of course, don’t forget Enron. The big disappointment about guys like Mueller, besides how they broke their oaths to the Constitution, is that they have no remorse, they live in such a bubble, the People’s opinion means nothing to them. So they wont feel any pain for what they’ve done.
Now Strozac, Page, McCabe, Lynch, Powers, the Ohrs, Brennan, Clapper et al – maybe they’ll feel pain if they get indicted and have to hire lawyers.
Just the fact that Obama could weaponize both the DOJ, FBI, IRS, etc. tells us how bad those agencies are.

NebraskaFilly

Speaking of Enron – I discovered within the last couple of years that I had 2 uncles involved in that. Peripheral but involved…..and I don’t know to what extent. One of my uncles was the President of a natural gas company in Omaha.

Covadonga

“Just the fact that Obama could weaponize both the DOJ, FBI, IRS, etc. tells us how bad those agencies are.”
I agree with you about the general tenor of the regime figureheaded by Soebarkah.
But I disagree regarding the timeline of the corruption. Whitey Bulger and his brother, State Senate President Billy Bulger, to cite just one case as an example, were major players on the Massachusetts scene over a decade before Soebarkah and his handler ValJar slithered into the White House.
Maybe the weaponization wasn’t manifest while a nominal Republican like Little Bush was at the helm. And maybe the FBI was partially corrupt, but still independent of the CIA, until after the Twin Towers/Pentagon/Patriot Act false flag op.
But ask yourself who planted Vince Foster’s body in Ft. Marcy Park?
Or who squeezed off the .45 round that left the neat, circular hole in the top of Commerce Secretary Ron Brown’s skull, after he crawled away from the crash site, after his plane flew into the Croatian mountain on its approach to Dubrovnik? If you’re thinking local talent, then who recruited and paid that talent? Who had the necessary foreign connections?
So I think some substantial degree of weaponization was in place, at least in a latent form, pre-Soebarkah.
I also have thought that Ronald Reagan was the victim of a psy-op regarding events in Lebanon, to kick off his involvement in Iran-Contra. Reading Wolf Moon’s research on Stephan Halper’s involvement in Watergate, Iran-Contra, and FISA-gate has led me to surmise that the psy-op was not run solely from the Iranian end.

grandmaintexas

That is a very brilliant comment. Thank you. I learn something new here every day.

Kalbo

Probably too simplistic.
There is the spirit of the law. And there is the letter of the law.
– The former, what the law was written for…intended to achieve. Supporting the Constitution. White Hat lawyers work in this realm.
– The latter is the realm of folks twisting the law to fit their goals, their narrative. Commonly nefarious pursuits. Black hats the likes of Mueller, Weismann… Enron comes to mind. Business destroyed. Thousands lose employment. Supreme Court tossed their work. These days, it was the endless pursuit of the soft coup by the deep state against President Trump.
Devastating to consider the lives ruined, businesses destroyed by the likes of Mueller, Weissman and DOJ lawyers like them.
Have read snippets along the lines of Checkmate. But never the “rest of the story” as portrayed in Checkmate. Great read. Hindsight is 20/20. So very clear now.
So very fortunate to have Legal Grand Masters like John Dowd, Ty Cobb, Jay Sekulow, Giuliani…with strategic minds supporting the Constitution, President Trump…
Good triumphs evil. But, the battle continues.

ladypenquin

Barr made it a point to focus on the fact that our Law in this country is based on the premise that an individual is considered INNOCENT until proven guilty. He also was noticeably pointing out that investigations have to have a “crime” requiring an investigation. not an investigation to create a crime.
It was neither obstruction or a crime for POTUS to confer with his lawyers, but if there was any question, POTUS also has the right of Executive Privilege, and the idea that the Senate/House vile vermin think he shouldn’t, is ludicrous.
I LOL over Blumenthal/Barr clip – Barr could have asked Stolen Valor Blumenthal if he’d like to hand over his chief of staff’s notes. Same thing. Dems don’t see how it works both ways.

GA/FL

Using the law as a weapon against political enemies – like they used lawsuits against Sarah Palin – until they can’t afford to fight any further – is unconscionable.
This is the tactic of the left who do not care about the law – they only care about destroying others and winning by any means necessary.

daughnworks247

Glad you are okay, Wolfie. Good that things are settling down a little bit.
Guards at the gate.
I can’t sleep tonight. Mind on overload. The weather is beautiful and I have the side door open. The air is cool and fragrant. Bucket has her chin pitched on the bottom rail of the screen door to the side porch. She is scanning, watching attentively, for every blade of grass that moves. It’s her job to protect the ‘castle’ from every errant possum, racoon, or stray cat who wanders into her domain.
God bless those who stand watch, so the rest of us may rest easily.
We love you, Wolfie!

wheatietoo

Great thread you did today on the Barr testimony!
👍👍😀😃
Sadly, I was called away from my computer by real-life stuff that could not be avoided.

I hate it when real life interferes with my cyber activities!
Hah.

Sylvia Avery

I missed you today Wheatie! I was so glad I was able to watch the hearings and be here to read and comment with every one. I think our punditry is superior to FOX’s!

wheatietoo

Thanks…yeah, I hated missing out on it!
And I figured that Barr would tell the House Dems to fk off, so this was going to be our only chance to watch some BarrTV.
Haaaa.

ladypenquin

You saved your blood pressure, Wheatie. I didn’t watch, but followed the comments, and caught clips. You likely have seen this one, but it’s one we’ll enjoy watching again, and again, and again. 🙂

wheatietoo

Oh I know, right!?
That was pure gold!
Hah.
These guys seem to forget that the DOJ is part of the Executive Branch!
And as such…Barr can tell them “No” and that’s the end of it.
😀

nikkichico7

💥💥💥💥💥💥💥 BOOM 💥💥💥💥💥💥💥
Bwahahahahahah … 🤨👍‼️ .. bwahahahahahah bwahahahahahah

nikkichico7

…. 🧐 … uh … well … ha! 😉❤️

Sylvia Avery

I love that cool, fragrant air that is so typical of spring. One of my favorite things is to lie in bed with the window open and smell that cool fresh air and the scent of my hyacinths wafting in.

daughnworks247

The honeysuckle is blooming right now. That smell……. takes me back to being a kid. Unmistakable natural perfume.

Sylvia Avery

Oh yes, such a wonderful scent! Mine isn’t blooming yet, but soon…

NebraskaFilly

Still waiting here in NE – put most of my flowers back out and, of course, it gets down to 30 last night! SMH – guess I will be replacing some flowers…..waiting on my Lily of the Valley that is planted down the front of my house. Love the smell of those dainty flowers! We have only had a couple of days warm enough so far to open my windows. Finally have some sun today tho.

grandmaintexas

I have a little patch of Lily of the Valley. They bloomed last month. I miss them already.

rayzorbak

WoW!…. Just WOW!
Daughn, you have such a GIFT.
Even your comments can be intriguing.
I love the way you write (and think)
Thanks again friend.

daughnworks247

Hey, Rayzorback, I would be happy to just make the muffins and hand you straight lines. When you guys get on a roll, it’s a lovely site to see. Sure wish we all lived closer.

pgroup

Draw and strike has the exact opposite opinion as yours re RR.
https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1122990140044009472.html
I like his better. However, my wolf-love never changes. Howl on! 🙂

ladypenquin

Yes, I’m not on the same page with you about RR – but that’s simply because I don’t have the information to change certain observations, but no worries.
The main player is POTUS, and it looks like the very white hat, Barr, have got this. So we go on from here, and get to watch the play unfold.
Ultimately, I think we’ll know at least some of the good and the bad about most of the participants.

Tonawanda

I very respectfully disagree with Wolf also, and am not nearly as impressed with Chamberlain’s column as many seem to be.
The main point we can all agree upon, is that Barr unexpectedly (because he was a Bush guy) and surprisingly delightfully has turned out to be legally sound, but just as importantly he has turned out to be “stylistically” sound, exceptionally able to deal with absurd communist tactics.
Barr brings out the adverbial in me.

ladypenquin

Thanks, Tonawanda. Haven’t had a chance to read Chamberlain’s column – had been commenting from my own instincts and observations. Doesn’t sound like it will change my mind.
I don’t have a Unified Theory of Rosenstein, but my observations of him from when he was interacting with POTUS’ close confidants, or after he met w/ POTUS – have him on the side of at least the Law, if not POTUS. RR is an enigma, and that’s okay.
I do have a Unified Theory of Donald J Trump, along with confidence that he’s had and continues to have a good handle on what went down, and how it’s going to be dealt with. This may be the greatest political story ever told. 🙂
There are a number of ways this puzzle is being constructed, and the puzzle pieces will fit eventually whatever the final version it turns out to be. I like what you said about Barr, because there had been doubt – my hackles rise whenever I hear the name “Bush.” He has more than proven himself to be a man of the Law, the Constitution, and you say “stylistically sound, exceptionally able to deal with absurd communist tactics.”
As the old barber in the Andy Griffith show once said, “Oh, you should have seen it, Andy, it was a thing of beauty, a thing of beauty, Andy, a real beauty.”
Democrat Senators AND the Deep State were in meltdown yesterday. Imagine what it will be like when the declassifications happens, and people are named openly for investigation or indictments.

Tonawanda

I have a working assumption/anticipation that events over the course of the next year will completely annihilate the Fake News, Lawfare, communist tactics off the face of the Earth.
And IMO VSG, Sessions, RR and others have known for a LONG time that the annihilation was inevitable.
If true, then past events can be understood better in light of that expectation.

grandmaintexas

You said: ” my hackles rise whenever I hear the name “Bush.”
Ditto. A thousand times Ditto. Every time I have to see that damned Bush Turnpike in Dallas I want to see it renamed Trump Turnpike.

Deplorable Patriot

I agree with Cates here. We’re watching a movie, sort of like the 1990s version of “Clue” and all we see is what is meant to keep us distracted.

wheatietoo

I have gone back-and-forth in my head, about RR.
One of the things that made me give him the stinkeye…was the vicious treatment of Gen Flynn, Manafort and Roger Stone.
Those raids on Manafort, Cohen’s office and then that pre-dawn raid on Roger Stone were way beyond the pale!
These guys had not been involved in the commission of any terrible crimes.
Raids like that are what is done to drug dealers, murderers and mobsters.
Not to political campaign workers and authors!
Rosenstein would’ve had to have been okay with those raids being done.
He was in charge of the Mueller operation!
After reading that HumanEvents article…I now think that RR would’ve had to be the one who Leaked Barr’s Memo to the media.
😒😠😡

pgroup

The underlying assumption in your comment is that DJT was behind someone else in the “know” camp. That is something I cannot accept. IMO, DJT is the one with The Plan and everyone else is a piece on the chessboard.
Put another way, DJT doesn’t have to figure anything out. He’s the one that concocted the whole scheme, once Rogers told him what was going on. When he took the oath, all that remained was to pull the trigger and watch the plan work. And work it sure is.

ladypenquin

I wouldn’t be surprised if Admiral Rogers has aided POTUS is whatever strategy and tactics were needed. Sometimes more than a lawyer is required. 🙂

pgroup

Just to be clear, this is a DISCUSSION thread on one of the few sites that permits such, and likely the only one that encourages this crazy thing called free speech. Discussion means different ideas exchanged. It doesn’t mean war.
It’s either free speech or it’s the singing choir.
You, wolfie, are worthy in so many ways. If I’m the worst thing that happens to you, you’re living a wonderful life. I treasure this site and everybody on it (even a certain poster who shall remain nameless).
10% of what I say here got me tossed OT, and also on several other sites that claim to be open.

Gudthots

Whenever I’m working with my hands or engaged in manual labor my mind starts feeding me examples of FAKE [whatever] to mull over. Not one sector of our life is free from the Fakery!

rayzorbak

I agree with Wolf that this “Plan” predates Trump.
Unless….. Trump was “recruited” a LONG time ago.
That said…… SOMETHING had to be done or “we” were going to LOSE our country.
As smart as Trump is…. I don’t think that He could have planned EVERYTHING by himself.
Trump is the PERFECT MAN to be President in this plan at this time…..

grandmaintexas

I agree. Our great POTUS is central to the Plan (for two terms), but there are many great minds and patriots who have planned this thing for a long time. I really think of it as a Deeper State having been in place to watch the Deep State. It’s like in Narnia when the White Witch killed Aslan. She had Deep Magic, but Aslan knew of the Deeper Magic before the dawn of time.

wheatietoo

With the intrepid Stephen Miller working beside PDJT’s right hand…I figure Miller was a direct conduit for the President to communicate with Sessions.
😉🧐😏
Sessions screwed up, politically, when he started going after pot users.
I say ‘politically’…because the national attitude about Marijuana has shifted now, and too many people think of it as a ‘victimless crime’.
There are loads of seriously bad crimes out there to spend time and money on.
Crimes that the American people *want* to see prosecuted.
Chasing down pot users would have hurt Pres Trump, politically…and we don’t need that in the battle of 2020.
I still think that Session’s recusal bought us time…the time to get Trump Judges on the bench.
I have said this before…
We only get One Chance to convict these traitorous coup plotters…and other criminal Dems.
And the courts were packed with corrupt leftist Judges, when Potus took office.
If we had had an AG that wasn’t recused, who started going after the traitors back in Feb 2017…like everyone would have expected…then chances are, the corrupt Dem Judges would’ve made sure those cases went nowhere.
So I will always consider the Elf as a great patriot, if he did what I ‘think’ he did for us.
😉😏👍

ladypenquin

I’m still a believer that Sessions had to recuse, but that’s really moot now. Your point is a very good one, and one I think Q-treepers get better than others.
If POTUS had started right out of the gate going after the evil doers publicly, it would have been seen as politics, and tied up his efforts to get the judges through – and the tax cut, which he was able to do out of the gate with a lot of effort. That tax cut bill had important stuff in it – ACA mandate repeal, and regulation cutting. Critical.
I also think that these things had to be done slowly, carefully and thoroughly – something lay folks don’t often understand. “Lock her up” is a great soundbite – but getting one person charged wasn’t going to fix this.

wheatietoo

Oh, I agree…Sessions had to recuse.
On anything having to do with the campaign, since he took an active part in it.
But I think they knew this going in.
So I think it was pure theater when PDJT said things like “I wish he had told me that he was going to recuse.”

ladypenquin

Yes, I believe POTUS knew too. He had to haven’t known by the confirmation hearings – because it was clear then what Sessions said. No way Potus didn’t pay attention to how that was going.

Steve in Lewes

Yes, I made that same point to the anti-Sessions crowd OT whenever they claimed PDJT means what he says or some other silly tripe.
Even posting yt vids showing Sessions agreeing to recusal.

Tonawanda

It was and still is unclear to me what role RR played in those atrocities.
And it is unclear to me exactly what was accomplished by those atrocities, other than to taint Mueller and to gain sympathy for the victims.
Sending a message to Trump supporters? Could be, very plausible, but unlikely IMO.
And actually in recent years it is not unusual for these full scale military operations to be used against lesser suspects who present no danger. IMO it is relatively rare, yes, but not at all unusual.
The desire to be Famous On TV is a HUGE factor, especially where the FBI is concerned. The FBI has to make up for lack of genuine accomplishment (compared to local law enforcement) that they need razzle-dazzle to boost the budgets. And what better way to get eyes on than suspects who are at the center of the daily news?

wheatietoo

Heh…

.
But I think that Grassley was waaay too easy on them.
The scumsucking Enemedia was in on it!

Sylvia Avery

That was so funny! He made me forget I am mad at him!

Alison

I want to tweet that to Sally Yates: “The jig is up.” LOL

ladypenquin

Oh, sorry, Wheatie, didn’t see your posting this. Wolfie can delete mine below.

JasonD

Hi Wheatie – I HAVE to take issue with you 😉
The scumsucking Enemedia “ARE STILL” in on it … 🙂

wheatietoo

👍😏
Yep! So true.

daughnworks247

A short and most humble thank you to all those who contributed to the Barr thread yesterday. By accident, we’ve learned our QTree threads, with real time reaction from regular Americans (and a few terrific friends from overseas), paint a far more accurate picture of what really happened. No pundit, no news organization can compete. If we missed the testimony, we can go back and scan for key moments to catch up.
Trump supporters never cease to amaze. You pitch in and get the job done. Makes me proud and glad to know you all.

daughnworks247

Amen! And FLEP…..it’s astonishing, Great work done by all!

churchmouse

Thank you, daughn, for a superb Barr thread.
I read it all. The info was so good, I felt as if I were actually watching the testimony.

Aubergine

Thank you so much for the thread!
I was in and out all day, and checked in a few times for a fast read. I wanted to be home watching, but just couldn’t swing it.
I appreciate all on this site so much! I am better informed that any of my friends or family. When all this shit comes down, I will be the calm in the eye of the storm, thanks to Wolfmoon’s awesome tree.

grandmaintexas

Me too. I have to fill everybody in on what’s going on. They always have yesterday’s “news’.

ladypenquin

Our thread today should have this in it:

wheatietoo

Wow…no words.
😶😬😶

.
Someone in the comments said:
“So he acknowledges that they are living beings.”
Well that’s true…he does call it ‘killing kids’.
So there’s that.

JasonD

These people are SAF (sick as fuck) 🙁

Deplorable Patriot

The list of people waiting to adopt is fairly long. The children are wanted, just not necessarily by the conceiving parties.

wheatietoo

Pres Trump tweeted out this clip of part of his conversation with Trish:

JasonD

Hi Wolf, thanks for the Humanevents link ….
Interesting how we can come away from the same data and reach opposite conclusions … This is a lot of fun 🙂
Everything I have seen in the last couple of weeks, including your link, has made me feel MORE secure on Dan’s small branch. I am now all but certain that SD’s original sting theory was on the money. Whether SD “abandoned” it as distraction, or actually abandoned it, I do not know.
Now I could be suffering from extreme confirmation bias, or I could be seeing things ( as far as is possible to us outsiders) relatively clearly. THIS is the reason for my continued interest – am I a shmuck who is unable to read the situation clearly or not? So will await Trumps book in 2025 with interest, unless RR and Sessions get a medal pinned on their chests by POTUS beforehand 🙂

Tonawanda

I am right there with you, which is why I frequently use the word “speculation” and the acronym “IMO”.

JasonD

I’m reasonably confident that the vast majority of “us” who comment here would hold the same open minded attitude.
This questioning approach to life is what differentiates us from those who are certain about what it is they claim to “know” – at least in the realm of politics today. If nothing else, it makes for very interesting discussions of opposing viewpoints – critically, WITHOUT resulting in people getting upset if their favourite “theory” is not treated as revealed truth. The harmony in this assemblage is ridiculously rare, in my experience!!

Tonawanda

Ditto x 1000!

rayzorbak

Signs of being a Q Treeper:
Smart……….
Confident…….
Informed…..
Intelligent……
Persuadable……
Yes….
OPEN Minded to “Possibilities”

ladypenquin

I used to mention the movie, “The Sting” OT – until I realized the believers had disappeared. I’m still thinking this is going to be the biggest Sting of all time. The Greatest Political Story Ever Told.
I bet whenever Barr speaks, folks are tuning in. He is a joy to watch.

JasonD

I bet some movie director somewhere is thinking – “Who the heck can I get to play HIM?? I wonder if he will consider playing himself – he’s a natural … ?”

ladypenquin

🤩🤩🤩

ForGodandCountry

That’s easy.
Paul Sorvinocomment imagecomment image

pgroup

Love the Bud bottles. Once I found out about product placement, I can’t just “watch” movies any more.

rayzorbak

Damn sure not that Baldwin asshole.

Aubergine

I am on your branch, Jason, and have been since we were “OT.”
I was raised in the South. Still Southern waters run deep, and integrity is a value that old Southern gentlemen have in spades.
Most outside the South don’t understand, but the values of the Confederacy, which have nothing whatsoever to do with racism, bigotry, slavery or the like, are instilled in many boys even today. Sessions was born in 1946. I promise you, he was imbued with those values from birth. What are they? You fight for the cause you believe in, stand for what you know to be right, keep your word no matter what, commit to and stick with your principles to the bitter end, and never, ever, give in.
Whatever Jeff Sessions did or didn’t do, I will never believe he violated his principles. And he went all-in for Trump from the beginning. That means he committed. And he would not break that commitment.
As to the high-visibility early-morning raids, the prosecution of General Flynn, and the rest, I believe Q:
“You are watching a ‘scripted’ movie.”

JasonD

Aubergine, Jeff Sessions has a international reputation as a non-corrupt politician. Even I became aware of him, in Tasmania. This is why I refused to accept the slander of him OT.
I always found it strange that an Aussie would have more faith in him then some so-called conservatives in the US.

JasonD

I could say this every day – Thanks to Wolf, your great contributors and all the commenters. This is one AWESOME site, with great people. Thanks for letting a “foreigner” be a small part of all this …
🙂 🙂 🙂

daughnworks247

We adore our JasonD!

JasonD

Blushing … Daughn truly works 24/7 – and what WORKS she produces!!

wheatietoo

Barr’s bodyguard was constantly scanning the room:
https://twitter.com/Thump36635597/status/1123603904074268672
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I may be the only one…but I think this guy is Hot!
The mohawk haircut makes him look badass.
And there is just something about the guy that says he could probably kill someone with his thumb.
In watching the replay, this guy is a big distraction.
😏😜

wheatietoo

I think you may be right.
And I think that Potus firing that head of the SecServ was…notable.
Haven’t checked out this new guy who just got sworn in…but it wouldn’t surprise me, if he had a military background.
😉😎

Sylvia Avery

Gosh, how cool would it have been to watch him decide the Hawaiian Harridan was a threat and neutralize it!

wheatietoo

I would pay money to see that!
😁

Pat Frederick

I’ve seen that look before…usually it’s at a larger gathering, there’s one slice of pizza left, or maybe a single slice of cake on the table and this look is the assessment…who wants that slice besides me? what’s their reaction time? distance to target? can I get there first?
I’ve done this many, many times…you get to know your competition…LOL
I don’t think he’s hot in particular, but then Sylvia had me dreaming about painting smiley faces on the AG’s knees…so I may not be the best judge right now…

ladypenquin

I know! First she tells us Barr likes to play the bagpipes, then they’re talking about kilts, and you know the rest that goes with whenever someone mentions kilts… Next thing you know, we’re thinking Barr is an Alpha male hunk! LOL
Just for his mind, I’d fall in love with him.

Pat Frederick

i like his confidence and attitude…gonna run with the Lion…gotta have guts, confidence and attitude!

daughnworks247

I watched this guy behind Barr also. He’s a honey. The kind of guy who has eyebrows with muscles.

Pat Frederick

LOL LOL LOL

ladypenquin

One cool dude! I was surprised, but not shocked to realize he had a bodyguard. I mean that’s so movie theater to lay people like me.
I know Barr couldn’t, but I sure wanted him to – to respond to those dirtbag Dems – just wait, you’ll be amazed at what we know about “YOU”!

ladypenquin

Oh, then there is this good point someone made:
https://twitter.com/Vintagesquirrel/status/1123608647156813825

pgroup

Maybe it’s intentional. Like advertising who he is and that he’s on the job even here.
Then again, maybe he’s from central casting, like that courtroom scene in the movie “A Few Good Men” where the two guys in the back looked out of place.

grandmaintexas

I guarantee you, he was not the only one there. He was the eye candy.

Steve in Lewes

‘They say this cat is a baad Muther…, Shut your mouth – Shaft’
Yes he is !

grandmaintexas

Good Lord. I’m blushing.

wheatietoo

Such a cool plane. 👇

wheatietoo

Rosie has got a thread about this guy, Ed O’Callaghan.
He was the bearded guy who was standing behind Barr during that presser…RR was also standing there behind him, like a crash-dummy.
And…Yes, that is Sidney Powell sitting behind the bearded O’Callaghan.👇

Pat Frederick

crash dummy…LOL…great line!

daughnworks247

Put me down for $10 on Sidney Powell becoming a Special Prosecutor in Barr’s DOJ.
Wow, if she met Barr when they were in their 20’s, they could have had a dozen kids.

wheatietoo

churchmouse

More from the dinner on the National Day of Prayer:

wheatietoo

Sidney Powell was on Lou Dobbs last night, still wearing the outfit she had on at the Barr hearing:

Sylvia Avery

And Sidney looked terrific, didn’t she? I loved her jacket. If fit really well.

wheatietoo

Yes! And she’s a big fan of AG Barr, too.
Like us!

ladypenquin

She always keeps herself looking good, but even the slight change in her hairstyle (length, I think) is complimentary. She does Not show her age! 🤩

Sylvia Avery

I want PDJT to call Tom Homan back into service. He’s dying to get in the fight, frustrated because he has ideas that he believes would help. I like his can-do spirit.

wheatietoo

Me too, Syl.
I really like Homan.
He left when Neilson was put in the top job.
Makes me wonder if she was the reason he left.
🤔

Sylvia Avery

Could very well be. He certainly seems like the kind of guy who can get things done. I like that he is a realist. Forget Congress. They’re never going to help. Instead, we need to use the rules and laws we have and figure out how to get stuff done.
I’ve spent a lifetime working inside a system and using it to accomplish your goals. It can be done, you just have to learn the system so you can strategize and exploit it. And Homan sounds like he gets that and has used that same mindset at ICE.
I’d sure like to give him a crack at it!

bflyjesusgrl

I think Homan needs to be DHS Secretary. The acting dude is in the mold of Kelly/Nielsen, begging Congress, and not doing everything they can to prevent thousands from pouring in. Homan’s ideas are sound, LIFO👏👏, and he’s a fighter. He’s kicking himself for retiring, poor guy.

Tonawanda

The kids at my high school who took Russian were red diaper babies with parents who hated America.

daughnworks247

Sidenote on learning Russian:
There is a program for high schoolers funded by the NSA for desirable languages (Mandarin, Pashto, Farsi, Russian, Swahili, etc) called STARTalk. Application is rigorous and it’s a summer scholarship only available at a few colleges in the nation. Univ of WA in Seattle focuses on Russian. Kids get college credit, but don’t have to take foreign language in college.
Gunner was into engineering but most good universities would not accept the transfer credit for calculus and physics. MIT/GaTech want to teach their own math and science. So, it made sense for Gunner to knock out the English/Fine Arts/Lang in high school.
He was able to graduate high school with 34hrs of college credit, saved a year, and saved us a lot of college tuition money.
Going into 11th grade, we looked into the scholarship and he was chosen – then he had to pick a language.
Well, when Gunner was a baby, I had a Ukrainian physician as his afternoon nanny.
Weird, right? But it worked well.
She was a “holistic” doctor, new to the USA, taking boards to get into one of our colleges for a real MD. She was working at a local nursing home for $7/hour, and sponsored by a local church. I insisted she speak Russian to Gunner as an infant – best time for a kid to learn. She was here, on and off, until Gunner was about 5yrs old.
Gunner wanted to do the Russia program because for the second summer, they would travel to the ISS launch site in conjunction with our NASA programs. Yet, he had to pass an interview from the professor in charge and be ‘assessed’ as to his language skills. All the rudimentary Russian came back to him, even though he had not heard it in years.
In the end, he had to pick Mandarin. At Univ of WA, no dorms were offered for the 6 weeks and I couldn’t check him into a hotel as a 16yr old. Frustrating but it was fine. Gunner could never pass as a Chinese spy, or an Iranian, but he does have that Dolph Lundgren look.

Pat Frederick

ozzytrumpster

Seriously. That cow has lost her marbles. That’s sedition right there

churchmouse

Interesting that she said China!

Covadonga

She said China multiple times, and was so deliberate that it was clearly scripted.
Made me think bad guys are changing the narrative. In response to Russian/Ukrainian revelations of last few days?

GA/FL

Wonder if Hillrotten paid Brian Williams to refer to “The Presidency of Hillary Rodham Clinton” on national TV?

Does she just hunger to hear those words? Wonder if she has played that Williams statement over and over. She was so determined to be President, she hired someone to make up an obscene fake dossier about DJT. She is a sick evil old woman. Like Ø, the US law and Constitution means nothing to her.

para59r

Misery loves company. She wants to be able to say “see, everyone’s doing it, so how can it be wrong.”.

Tonawanda

Looks like I am going to have to report the restrictions on posting daily threads to my State Commission On Discrimination Against People Who Are Dumb Enough To Be Still Living Here.

churchmouse

I haven’t listened to this but Boston Herald Radio talked to PDJT:
https://twitter.com/M2Madness/status/1123716342983610371

GA/FL

Trolling, trolling, trolling….. If Trump were a Bass fisherman, he’d be the International Grand Champion.
He’s mastered sitting tight in the boat, setting the hook, letting the fish run with the bait until it’s worn out, reeling in and netting the fish, etc.

pgroup

What a beautiful mental image you provided to me! I can just see a beat-up old rowboat with VSG in it, blond hair blowing in the wind.
ThanQ.

GA/FL

His bass boat would be a lot like this one with a little more black and gold:
http://boats.iboats.com/sites/ProCraft/site_page_7797/images/l_pc200spt06_bmt_07_700.jpg

churchmouse

From John Solomon’s article about the Nellie Ohr investigation:
https://thehill.com/opinion/white-house/441580-nellie-ohrs-hi-honey-emails-to-doj-about-russia-collusion-should-alarm-us#.XMo3POquQ5U.twitter
‘… Now, 339 pages of emails from her private account to Department of Justice (DOJ) email accounts, have been released under a Freedom of Information Act request by the conservative legal group Judicial Watch. And they are raising concerns among Republicans in Congress, who filed a criminal referral with the Justice Department on Wednesday night.
‘They clearly show that Ohr sent reams of open-source intelligence to her husband, Associate Deputy Attorney General Bruce Ohr, and on some occasions to at least three DOJ prosecutors: Lisa Holtyn, Ivana Nizich and Joseph Wheatley.
‘The contents tracked corruption developments in Russia and Ukraine, including intelligence affecting Russian figures she told Congress she had tried to connect to Trump or Manafort.
‘“Hi Honey, if you ever get a moment you might find the penultimate article interesting — especially the summary in the final paragraph,” Nellie Ohr emailed her husband on July 6, 2016, in one typical communication. The article and paragraph she flagged suggested that Trump was a Putin stooge: “If Putin wanted to concoct the ideal candidate to service his purposes, his laboratory creation would look like Donald Trump.” Nellie Ohr bolded that key sentence for apparent emphasis.
‘Such overt political content flowing into the email accounts of a DOJ charged with the nonpartisan mission of prosecuting crimes is jarring enough. It raises additional questions about potential conflicts of interest when it is being injected by a spouse working as a Democratic contractor trying to defeat Trump, and she is forwarding her own research to her husband’s department and co-workers …’

Pat Frederick

this created a big ole smile on my face!!

churchmouse

Good, I’m glad. 🙂

ladypenquin

Their logic just fails. Putin would have preferred to see Hillary rather than Trump in office. Hillary was someone he could control, DJT? Not so much!

churchmouse

True.

Covadonga

Notice how EVERYONE (almost) on TV either actively promotes the silliness that Russia wanted Trump, or goes along with it without comment, as if constant repetition of a falsehood has numbed them to logic and to the truth.
Kind of like man-made climate change. Or saying ‘they’ when the speaker obviously means either ‘he’ or ‘she’.

ladypenquin

Still, it’s what makes them dangerous – they’re getting the narrative out there. Setting the falsehoods as truth. Hopefully, soon, the news from our side will be so shocking that it takes some of those headlines out of the news. Be prepared to see stories as a backlash… POTUS “getting even” political, abusing his power, etc. etc.

Covadonga

“Still, it’s what makes them dangerous – they’re getting the narrative out there. Setting the falsehoods as truth.”
Absolutely. That’s exactly why they are so dangerous, and so despicable.

churchmouse

Has Phil Mudd changed his tune?

https://twitter.com/KT4Trump/status/1123733061223505921

realsauce

Refresh my memory…I remember him getting his panties in a bunch about something last spring, but I cant recall the specifics

churchmouse

He was very upset over PDJT investigating the Deep State.
From 2017:
https://www.realclearpolitics.com/video/2017/08/12/former_mueller_deputy_phil_mudd_trump_deep_state_government_kill_this_guy.html
‘CNN counterterrorism analyst Phil Mudd, who worked for the CIA and the FBI when Robert Mueller was the director, on Thursday told host Jake Tapper that “the government is going to kill” President Donald Trump “because he doesn’t support them.”
‘”Let me give you one bottom line as a former government official,” Mudd began. “The government is going to kill this guy.”‘
One year later, PDJT tweeted:

SD wrote a few posts about Mudd’s mental state.
In between — Feb 2018 — Mudd said this:

realsauce

Excellent, thanks! Yea, very interesting his change of perspective.

churchmouse

It is.
Hope we find out more. Maybe FOX will hire him. 😉

grandmaintexas

He sees the writing on the wall. Doofus.

para59r

Former CIA counterterrorism officials likely run in tight circles. So it seems the consensuses in these tight circles are finally coming to distinguish fact from fiction.
It’s like smart kids are forced to wait for the not so smart kids to catch up before anything new happens.

churchmouse

WaPo on Barr:

churchmouse

More Barr Derangement Syndrome:

Pat Frederick