Dear KMAG: 20220829 Joe Biden Didn’t Win ❀ Open Topic

Joe Biden didn’t win. This is our Real President:

AND our beautiful REALFLOTUS.

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread remains open – 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/KAG/KMAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

And indeed, it’s Monday…again.

But we WILL get through it!

Maybe even with some grace and poise!

And we will have fun doing it, too!

Oh, yeah, baby!



by Duchess01

Please forgive us, Wheatie, we did not know
That you had left us with armor in tow
We had no idea with what you dealt
We did not know the pain you felt
And now we can only imagine
With you what really did happen
Cause rarely did you complain 
And/or share your personal pain
Of one thing we are most certain
You are flying high behind the curtain
Watching over us above the crowds
Our Warrior Angel above the clouds
Thank You, Wheatie, for caring for us
While you were here among the fuss
We miss you dear you have no idea
Since time began in the pangaea
With you there was no time
In your wisdom you would chime
To clarify and magnify
The what where how and why
We did not question when you left
We were not slightly bereft
But over time we wondered why
You did not at least stop by
Now we know where you have gone
With the break of this new dawn
We could be angry but are not
Tho with an arrow we’ve been shot
Rest peacefully Warrior Angel dear
Send us a sign that you are near
A butterfly a flower a kiss of rain
From your love do not refrain
God sends Angels to watch over us
And now we have an Angel Plus
A Warrior Angel of Magnificence
From today and forward hence


The Rules


Wheatie’s Rules:

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

Boilerplate, more or less, but worth reading again and again, if only for the minor changes, and to stay out of moderation.

The bottom line is Free Speech. Theories and ideas you don’t agree with must be WELCOME here, and you must be part of that welcoming. But you do NOT need to be part of any agreement.

Bottom line – respect other people’s FIRST AMENDMENT RIGHTS.

Our only additional requirement is that you do so NICELY. Or at least try to make some effort in that direction.


We must endeavor to persevere to love our frenemies – even here.

Those who cannot deal with this easy requirement will be forced to jump the hoops of moderation, so that specific comments impugning other posters and violating the minimal rules can be sorted out and tossed in the trash.

In Wheatie’s words, “We’re on the same side here so let’s not engage in friendly fire.”

That includes the life skill of just ignoring certain other posters.

We do have a site – The U Tree – where civility is not a requirement. Interestingly, people don’t really go there much. Nevertheless, if you find yourself in an “argument” that can’t really stay civil, please feel free to “take it to the U Tree”. The U Tree is also a good place to report any technical difficulties, if you’re unable to report them here. Please post your comment there on one of Wolf’s posts, or in reply to one of Wolf’s comments, to make sure he sees it (though it may take a few hours).

We also have a backup site, called The Q Tree as well, which is really The Q Tree 579486807. You might call it “Second Tree”. The URL for that site is If this site ( ever goes down, please reassemble at the Second Tree.

If the Second Tree goes down, please go to The U Tree, or to our Gab Group, which is located at

We also have some “old rules” and important guidelines, outlined here, in a very early post, on our first New Year’s Day, in 2019. The main point is not to make violent threats against people, which then have to be taken seriously by law enforcement, and which can be used as a PRETEXT by enemies of this site.

In the words of Wheatie, “Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.”

A Moment of Prayer

Our policy on extreme religious freedom on this site is discussed HERE. Please feel free to pray and praise God anytime and anywhere.

Thus, please pray for our real President, the one who actually won the election.

You may also pray for our nation, our world, and even our enemies.

Call To Battle

Our beloved country is under Occupation by hostile forces.

Daily outrage and epic phuckery abound.

We can give in to despair…or we can be defiant and fight back in any way that we can.

Joe Biden didn’t win.

And we will keep saying Joe Biden didn’t win until we get His Fraudulency out of our White House.

Wolfie’s Wheatie’s Word of the Day Year Week:



a natural form of asexual reproduction in which growth and development of embryos occur without fertilization by sperm. In animals, parthenogenesis means development of an embryo from an unfertilized egg cell. In plants parthenogenesis is a component process of apomixis.

Used in a sentence:

Parthenogenesis is defined as “obligate” when organisms exclusively reproduce through asexual means, while it is “facultative” when species that ordinarily rely on sexual reproduction can resort to facultative parthenogenesis under extenuating circumstances that isolate females from males.

Explained in a picture:

Explained in a Web Link:

Relevance to a Future Post:


Have another great week!


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SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Yep taking him out to an expensive lunch.


For sure. Grassley said the agent was reassigned to an unspecified location.


Hopefully, Thule.


Training. With an emphasis on, NOT getting caught rigging investigations.


Wray has for Action.

Dirt Bag FIBber, will get extra training. /s


Thibault will get a bonus, promotion and a cushy position out of the lime light.


“If you find yourself remembering anything unpleasant, let’s have a walk at Fort Marcy and put your mind at ease….”


Most hilarious part?


But what they were looking for?

Trump still HAS.


Of course. But Trump gave it to them. It’s fantastic.


Good sign but we know it doesn’t end here…

Donald J. Trump

Wow, I assume this ends the Fake Witch Hunt? The “Special Agent” In Charge has been removed from his post based on his concealing the partisan nature of evidence presented to secure the FBI’s corrupt investigation into the 45th President of the United States, me, which culminated in their unprecedented and unnecessary Raid and Break-In of my home, Mar-a-Lago. Thank you to the FBI for taking this important step toward sanity!


Is Trump in the middle of some kind of action as a result of the raid? I know he wanted the affidavit unsealed (and got it heavily redacted). But IMO, any and all actions, lawsuits, etc., should proceed apace.


From the Just the News article:

Whistleblowers alleged that Thibault concealed the partisan nature of evidence from FBI Director Christopher Wray and Attorney General Merrick Garland to secure their approval to open an investigation into former President Donald Trump in 2020 unrelated to the raid, according to information made public by Sen. Charles Grassley.

Those whistleblower allegations have raised questions about the bureau as it also deals with the fallout of the raid on Trump’s home earlier this month.

Give me a break!

So Thibault gave partisan info regarding matters in 2020, and with all that had gone on between 2015 and then, Wray and Garland didn’t think to check for partisanship? They didn’t look at sources? If this is true, they should both be fired.

Apparently Thibault’s firing is not related to the MAL raid. Are we supposed to be satisfied now because someone at FIB got punished?


SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Jacques Schitt (distant relative of Little Adam) has been missing for years.

They’ll be able to close that cold case now.


via Ace

August 29, 2022

“Iraq is Burning Down:” The Situation In Iraq Is So Dire That They’re Evacuating US Embassy Personnel From the Rooftop Via Helicopter

NeverTrump promised us that Biden would restore America’s standing in the world.
Which is strange, because the world feared and respected us under Trump.

Trey Yingst [Fox News reporter] @TreyYingst

Lots happening in Baghdad. Keep an eye on Iraq.

Ryan Fournier

@RyanAFournier”There is going to be NO CIRCUMSTANCE where you see people being LIFTED OFF THE ROOF of a embassy,” – Biden, July 2021

#Afghanistan #Iraq

Smash cut to:

The IRGC is the Revolutionary Guards of Iran, their stormtroopers and terrorist forces. The troops and terrorists that the “Austere Religious Scholar,” according to the Washington Post, led before Trump ordered a Predator strike on him.

Gee, I wonder if that story is related to this story:

The US would remove all secondary sanctions on Iran and agreed-upon terrorist designations — this does not include the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps — and explain to businesses what the lifting of sanctions means.

Spoiler: they’re very related.
Quick, let’s do a deal with Iran before we’ve lost our chance:

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posted by Ace at 01:00 PM


WEF needs the world On Fire.

Deplorable Patriot

Shades of Vietnam.


Yes …


Wef in action.
Sbux sux anyway.


Another reason to NOT visit Starbucks.




I’ve never had a Starbucks …

I luv coffee … Starbucks serves/sells what they label “COFFEE”

filled with whipped cream and sugar and …

Don’t really care what they use for money


Their schtik is that they buy the older less quality beans then over roast, ie burn them, to cover up the poor quality, then add in all that other stuff to buffer.
One of these days I will find a Dutch Bro.s to try. CBTL isnt really good either.


There’s a Dutch Bros store near me. I smile every time I go by because their back door says MAFIA ONLY.


Hahaha. I think theres one in san diego but thats a drive.

Gail Combs

Best way to deal with that is NOT TO GO TO STARBUCKS and tell everyone you know what happens when THEY control access to YOUR wealth. — It AIN’T YOUR WEALTH and YOU are now a SLAVE.


You know what I’m gonna do?

I hate Starbucks and I never drink their crappy coffee, but there’s one in the grocery store I frequent.

Every time I grocery shop, I’m gonna go order the most expensive thing on their menu, and offer to pay with CASH. When they say they only take cards, I’ll say, oh, too bad, I only have cash, and walk away.


I think thats going to happen a lot.


I hope so.


If we all do it, they’ll put a stop to it.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Probably won’t do a lick of good.

It’s a corporate policy and even the manager of that Starschmucks can’t buck it, nor would he likely pass the story on to corporate, since they’re likely hell-bent on this policy.


“Probably won’t do a lick of good.”


If one person does it, it won’t have much effect except for the satisfaction of the person who did it.

But if enough people did it, the wasted product would become a problem for Starbucks that would impact their bottom line.

Assuming profit and loss are actually relevant to any large corporation today, which is no longer a given.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Aaah, I did miss something there.

Ordering the product and then not being able to pay for it! Yes, that wastes their waste product.

Others were just suggesting asking then leaving.


It depends on how many people do it. A few, you’re correct. A lot, well….

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

And when I wrote that I didn’t realize we were talking about making them waste their sludge.


They might be starting a trend.


ONLY IF folks are foolish enough to play along.


I don’t know about you but I rarely use cash and I rarely see people use cash. This is very common and highly convenient. Ripe for gubmint abuse for sure but this trend is not going to change.


Well you travel so much its how you keep track and you dont carry it around. But, you have a choice.


“I don’t know about you but I rarely use cash and I rarely see people use cash. This is very common and highly convenient.”


And because of that, they know everything you do, everything you buy, how often you buy it, where you get it, and lots of other stuff.

In the ways that matter (to them), they know more about you than you do.


And then, there’s using your actual name when you don’t need to….

— Philo T. Farnsworth

Cuppa Covfefe

And if you use NFC (ApplePay, etc. by swiping the phone around the terminal, or do the same with an “enabled” bank/credit card), who knows what all information is passed….

Don’t knoe if it’s the same in the USA, but over here EVERY receipt has a HUGE numver/code field at the bottom, with at least 512 bytes of info (0-9, a-z, A_Z, and some specials) that has date, time, start txn time, end txn time, terminal, cashier, store, and a ton of other stuff, including more than enough info to make that a GLOBALLY UNIQUE TRANSACTION. And that, even if you pay cash.

So the infrastructure is already there, whether it’s being used or not. If there are cameras nearby (and there usually are, to monitor things), facial recognition and perhaps “sniffing” for NFC decives or markers on the customer could grab your ID anway, even if you’d paid cash…..

I wish I had a pic -point taI could post, but it takes up the bottom 2-3 inches of the receipt in 8-point type… Big Brother, indeed….


Most of my purchases are cash. Specifically because I am NOT interested in cashless society.

“Go Along, To Get Along” seals the deal – cashless society.


You spend more time in airports than most people. NTTAWWT.


Their coffee tastes like burning shit smells. Who needs it?






How is that even legal, much less lawful?

Look at any piece of worthless fiat paper, it says “This note is legal tender for all debts public and private“.

Not “some” or even “most”, but “all“.

It does not say “This note is legal tender for all debts public and private except at Starbucks”.

I know this, because I checked.

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Thats what i wonder too. They say you can use your bank cards, scan a qr code or use a gift card and thats legal tender.
But no, i cant take that gift card and use it to buy groceries, same for a qr code. So bank cards cant be used everywhere either.
I tried finding the official sbux statement but no luck.


Apparently it’s just another lawyer game.

Until a debt is actually incurred, the transaction need not be settled with fiat reserve notes.

So for example, if you eat at a restaurant where you are served first and pay before you leave, they would have to accept fiat currency.

But if you are required to pay first (e.g., fast food), no debt is incurred until you get the food, and you don’t get the food until payment is made, and they can determine what kind of payment is accepted.

Unless a state law says otherwise, which apparently it does in Massachusetts.

Another example. If you are at a gas station that allows you to fill your tank before you pay (if any exist anymore), then they have to accept legal tender for the debt you incurred.

But if the gas station requires you to pre-pay, then you don’t get the gas until after you have paid, in which case they can refuse legal tender and require another form of payment.

So with Starbucks, unless you get your drink first before you pay, no debt is incurred, so they can require another form of payment.

I’m guessing that any transaction involving prepayment creates a debt for the Seller, and the debt is then satisfied by the Seller by providing the good(s) contracted for with the Buyer.

So prepayment effectively creates a reverse transaction, where the Buyer never incurs a debt which would then trigger the “This note is legal tender for all debts public and private“ claim.


Do Businesses Have to Accept Cash?


In a normal world, this should never be an issue. But we don’t live in a normal world anymore.

In a normal world, ‘the customer is always right’ because any business in a competitive free market needs happy customers in order to stay in business.

That dynamic effectively no longer exists, at least with regard to large corporations.

In the world of monopolies and communism and corporate fascism and all the other garbage we have now, businesses take an openly adversarial approach to their customers.

This could never work in right side up land, the business would cease to exist in short order.

It only works in upside down land.


Thats very sneaky. And it would take congress to fix that. So underground economies aside, you cant get everything w cash.


“And it would take congress to fix that.”


If anything requires Congress to do anything for the People, we can be sure it won’t happen.

Between intentional inflation (even 2% per year is intentionally destroying purchasing power, discouraging saving), and government fraud and waste and literal attacks on the citizenry (and People’s bank accounts), along with Woke Corporations, it sounds like they want to drive us all out of the fiat currency system into something they don’t control, like Bitcoin.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Unfortunately, they don’t HAVE to accept it, regardless of its legal tender status. Thinking they’re required to accept it is a common misconception.

Or all those places that say they won’t accept $100 bills would be in trouble.

Cuppa Covfefe

Maybe they want to create their own currency….

Maybe call it…
StarBucks 😆



Gail Combs

You can find the info here plus the current grants and all the rest of his grants:


“Ralph Baric’s lab spent a considerable amount of time and money in the 80s/90s researching how to induce heart disease with coronaviruses.”


It is absolutely incredible that he is a free person.

Or even still breathing, for that matter.


I thought this was already known, back when his lab infected Gail and her friend.



Treehouse is awesome.

As is, the entire Monday opener.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

What are you so jazzed up about?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Lots of links needed.

They did the research. But does that prove that C-19 (not the isotope) *came* from the research? I don’t see that it does. Without that, you’ve got nothing.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Still, without a proven link…it means nothing.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

There’s certainly enough here to merit continual pursuit…we’re just not there yet. Which to me means it’s a bit early to be declaring victory.

We’ve seen some smoke, but it ain’t necessarily a gun.


Essentially Beto will be campaigning from home via video conferencing. Can’t wait. Should be exciting 😁😂🤣😂😆😏🙄
But what’s up with this stuff on the bottom of story???

…Via The Daily Caller — O’Rourke also confirmed that he was placed on an intravenous (IV) antibiotics dispenser. The procedure, where antibiotics are injected directly into the bloodstream, is used for serious infections when oral antibiotics cannot reach tissues quickly enough.


Beto needs a Booster.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

I didn’t realize intravenous was a transition metal, nor that it had a +4 oxidation state.


Is that only when you use titanium needles?


Prolly has MRSA or some other resistant version of staph. I had that in 2014 and had to carry around a dispenser pump with packs of vancomycin for about four months. Had a PIC line installed in my arm to hook the pump to.

Still have the PIC line but now it’s hanging on the wall.  😆 

Cuppa Covfefe

Hope you’re not on the end of it still 😀

Wow, that must have been an ordeal. Thank GOD you’re OK!


Maybe he got monkeypox from hobnobbing with the gay voters


Don’t be so cynical; he’s just a dumb doofuss leftist. Stepping on rusty nails is to be expected from a guy like him.


..or that!.

Cuppa Covfefe

Or Monkeys…


IMO, someone that ill should withdraw from the race and take care of himself.


Orgy Pox?


Just sing along with this, with “he’s got the jab” in the chorus….

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This is, of course, the great (and sadly lamented) Bon Scott — the vocalist from when they went international. He was witty, quick, and salty, and slithered his way into the lyrics. Brian Johnson belted them out in the next incarnation, but Bon Scott was awesome. Unfortunately, he was also frequently badly recorded.

Angus Young could lay back and get bluesy with Bon — where he had to belt things out to match Brian. Still great, but almost a different band.

Cuppa Covfefe

Anymore the problem is chicks named Jack… 🙂


Comment lifted from Andrei Martyanov’s blog:


“it appears the US Green Zone in Iraq may be collapsing…

Some background from a few weeks ago… parliament elections in Iraq, “Sadrist movement” refused to accept results. MSM seems to say the prime minister Kadhimi “pro-Iranian” but if you look at (even) wiki of this prime minister, he has all the characteristics of US/UK puppetry. The shia Sadrist movement has been calling for removing US troops for a while AFAIK.


Can’t stay in Syria if you don’t have Iraq. Just saying…



We should leave both.


Totally agree!


Don Jr on Truth

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Not in the best of taste.


Totally agree Pgroup.


Okay, I know most here don’t go to ‘Naked Capitalism’ but I found title of Yves’ most recent article posted in one of the blogs I frequent … y’all might find it interesting …
The question posed is:


Posted on August 29, 2022 by Yves Smith

Dominic Stone: So do you know what’s going to happen?

Eric Finch: No, it was a feeling. But I can guess.

– V for Vendetta (“Beginning of the End”)

During the runup to the financial crisis, your humble blogger pointed out that financial time moved faster than political time. Market players often had better and more comprehensive access to important information than officials did and had strong incentives to act on it.

By contrast, regulated entities were motivated to shuffle their feet and mumble until problems became undeniable…and then the regulators themselves would too often hope gunshot wounds would magically heal themselves, rather than risk having to answer embarrassing questions by going into emergency response mode.

Compounding these institutional and behavioral issues was the fact that decades of deregulation had produced a financial system that was tightly coupled. That means, in layperson-speak, that when a problem starts, it propagates thorough the system too quickly to be stopped. There aren’t enough natural or man-made firewalls to arrest the cascade.

With the Ukraine conflict, commentators have fixated on the timetable for prosecuting the war, trying to argue that the fact that Russia has not already “won” (whatever “won” means) implies Russia is losing, despite Russia and its allies having taken over 20% of Ukraine and continuing to gain ground with a mere peacetime expeditionary force. Russian officials have also made clear that they aren’t following a timetable. Some analysts have even argued that the seemingly slow pace is to Russia’s advantage. It does not merely allow them to continue the conflict without resorting to a general mobilization. It also appears to lead Ukraine to bring the war to the Russian front line, facilitating the destruction of the Ukraine army and equipment away from major cities, where civilian casualties would be greater. And the front line is not all that far from Russia, facilitating resupply.

However, there is also a big difference between when a war is won or lost versus when the vanquished is finally prostrated. For instance, Germany’s World War II fate was sealed in the Battle of Kursk, but it was nearly two full years more before Germany surrendered.

Some Western military experts have argued that Ukraine lost within weeks of the start of the Russian forces’ attack. For instance, Larry Johnson contended Ukraine was a goner as soon as Russia took out its radar, air force command and control, and most of its fixed wing aircraft. Ukraine could not mount a counter-offensive against a military using a combined arms operation when it lacked air support. Colonel Douglas Macgregor also stated publicly that Ukraine had lost a month into the conflict; the only open question to him was how long we kept the fighting going to try to weaken Russia.1

In other words, while officials, armchair generals, and the press have been paying at least intermittent attention to the calendar for the military campaign, they’ve not paid much heed to the timeline for the economic war.

We will be so bold as to posit that not only has the sanctions war against Russia backfired spectacularly, but the damage to the West, most of all Europe, is accelerating rapidly. And this is not the result of Russia taking active measures2 but the costs of the loss or reduction of key Russian resources compounding over time.

So due to the intensity of the energy shock, the economic timetable is moving faster than the military. Unless Europe engages in a major course correction, and we don’t see how this can happen, the European economic crisis looks set to become devastating before Ukraine is formally defeated.



Yves’ footnote 1: She misstates Ritter’s CURRENT position (I don’t know what was going on with him when he first spoke on the topic; failed to do his homework?) Anyway, Ritter sounds now Macgregor on Russia.


Tucker Today. ~17 minutes.


It’s mostly review for us here. I hope it can wake up some normies.


Michael Cohen: Trump Won‘t Run in 2024 – ‘He Does Not Want to Go Up Against‘ Liz Cheney… via @BreitbartNews

No one could be that unaware. You can’t have worked with Trump or observed him and think he is afraid of Liz Cheney. And saying it doesn’t make it so; it only inspires MAGA people to do more. So who is Cohen’s audience? If it’s crazed leftists, he’s just telling them what they want to hear and they’re going to be soooo disappointed. Is the goal to elevate Cheney to Trump’s status? Again, no one is that unaware. LOL. 🙈

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Holy smokes this is so frigging ridiculous it wouldn’t be funny as satire.

Satire has to have at least SOME connection to reality.

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

Ayn Rand wrote a book, We The Living. It was her first novel. And it was fiction, but the setting was real–she lived in Russia/USSR from birth (1905) through 1926, in other words she got to experience that early Soviet period.

She describes some of the characters as having mouthed the platitudes so much (because they had to) they were starting to believe them.

There’s a reason they have you SAY things in indoctrination classes, There’s a reason the Quran is to be recited.

On the flip side there’s a reason you are encouraged to sing in church.


Singing in church is for worship, not indoctrination. There is a whole world of difference.


Sure he can run. He already has Wyoming in the bag. How hard can it be after that?

SteveInCO · Thermonuclear MAGA

But she is the Wyoming Bag.


Is that another way of saying she lacks stage presence? Her Wyoming reality show has already been canceled. Maybe she can catch on with Wives of DC. All we know for sure is that according to Cohen she has the prison vote locked up. Now if only they could vote.