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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

U of Washington Faculty member doxxes conservative students on Twitter

A University of Washington teaching assistant Rebecca Ferber was listening in on the conversations of three conservative students as they ate their lunch and spoke about politics.

So being true to her slimy nature, she secretly recorded them and then posted a photo of their face on Twitter asking her followers what she should throw at them: a "water bottle," her "entire backpack," or her "insides."

Most voted "insides," according to the College Fix.

KTTH radio's Jason Rantz [interesting surname] discovered the tweets. The students were talking about the new campus group, "Students for Self Defense" and suggested organizing an event, "Beer for Brett" to celebrate Justice Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation.

Rantz wrote about this: "Tagging Shultzy's Bar and Grill--which initially asked the club not to visit them due to the 'political nature' of their event--Ferber tweeted '@shultzys there is a group of UW students organizing a 'Beer for Brett' event for tomorrow if Kavanaugh is confirmed. I hope you won't allow these men to celebrate the success of putting a rapist on the Supreme Court and enact this kind of violence on the U District."

Ferber tweeted that she'd recorded the students "to see if there is any useful information . . . "

Zach Wildfang [another great name] told Rantz they spoke very little about Kavanaugh.

"[Ferber] had just posted that... we were sitting there, plotting our celebration and this was before confirmation, anyway," he told Rantz on his radio broadcast. "We had surfaced it, in our group that the tweet had come out. Another student ran a little 'background check' on Ms. Ferber and that's when it came out that she was UW faculty, which was a little alarming as incoming freshmen to see that's how they treat students."

Another student present, Cameron Edwards, told Rantz, "It's pretty ridiculous that people can just dox you whenever they want . . . "

The third student involved, Chevy Swanson, who is president of the UW College Republicans, filed a complaint against Ferber with the school, encouraged by UW President Ana Mari Cauce.

Rantz confirmed the school was following up on the complaint, but UW spokesman Victor Balta said the school couldn't "discuss any ongoing complaint or confirm that one is underway."

The University of Washington has had other privacy violations. A few weeks ago, the UW students created a website whose purpose is to  anonymously accuse men, students or otherwise, of sexual assault without any verification.

The colleges and universities of the country have become bastions of leftist anti-Americanism.

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Trump: 'Now I can go after Horseface' Stormy Daniels

President Trump just loves spiking the ball after a touchdown, dancing in the end-zone, jumping into the stands, gloating and smiling at the cheering crowd. I wish he wouldn't do that, but hey, it's Donald Trump and that's who we elected.

The president ripped into Stormy Daniels after a judge tossed out the defamation lawsuit she filed against him. The judge even ordered her to pay the president's legal fees.

Trump went a step further on Tuesday in his personal battle with Daniels, calling her "Horseface" and threatening to "go after" her and Michael Avenatti, her publicity-grabbing ambulance-chaser of a lawyer.

Trump tweeted Tuesday:
"'Federal Judge throws out Stormy Danials [sic] lawsuit versus Trump. Trump is entitled to full legal fees.' @FoxNews Great, now I can go after Horseface and her 3rd rate lawyer in the Great State of Texas. She will confirm the letter she signed! She knows nothing about me, a total con!"
Daniels, the porn star [aka: Stephanie Clifford] claims she had a brief affair with Trump, and sued him in April over a tweet whereby he denied her claims of being threatened by a man [whose sketch looks remarkably like her ex-husband] in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.

A federal judge in Los Angeles threw out the defamation lawsuit on Monday and ordered Daniels to pay the president's legal fees.

Avenatti, however, fired back at Trump's latest tweet calling him a "shyster" and a "liar." Interestingly, the word 'shyster' normally refers to a lawyer who uses unscrupulous, fraudulent or deceptive methods in business, which is precisely why Avenatti knows the meaning of that word.

Avenatti is, by the way, thinking about a 2020 presidential run and is one of Trump's loudest critics. But his own spotted past is riddled with controversy. He is clearly a despicable person who is perfect for the Democratic Party as it stands now.

The "Stormster" fired back at Trump as well with this sexually innuendoed tweet:
"Ladies and Gentlemen, may I present your president. In addition to his...um..shortcomings, he has demonstrated his incompetence, hatred of women and lack of self control on Twitter AGAIN! And perhaps a penchant for bestiality. Game on, Tiny."

This is exactly why Trump needs to stay off Twitter for at least a month, but his need to be outrageous and in the spotlight often outweighs his judgment.

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Bipartisan bill passed unanimously against using human shields

Finally, something the Democrats aren't trying to block--the U.S. Senate has unanimously passed a bill that would enact sanctions on those who use civilians as human shields as a war tactic. This includes Hamas, Hezbollah, ISIS and Al Qaeda.

The office of Sen. Joe Donnelly (D-IN) in a press release Friday, along with Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) introduced the bill, said "The use of human shields is barbaric and illegal, and terrorist groups--including Hamas and Hezbollah--must be held responsible when they engage in this reprehensible practice."

They should have also included the targeting of schools and homes of civilians, but that's asking a lot.

The bill was co-sponsored by 50 additional senators and will now be headed to the House of Representatives for a vote. The bill is called the Sanctioning the Use of Civilians as Defenseless Shields Act [aka: "Let That Kid Go and Fight Like a Man Act"].

Any member of Congress voting against passing the bill will stand out like a sore zabiba.
Doubling down on his zabiba
"I commend the Senate for unanimously passing our bipartisan bill," Sen. Cruz said on Friday. "Terrorist groups, including Iranian proxies such as Hamas and Hezbollah, have made the use of human shields a routine tactic. This bill signals to the rest of the world that America will hold accountable anyone who uses civilians as shields to achieve military ends, as well as their enablers. I encourage the House to come together and pass our bill as soon as possible."

Because we all know that once this bill is passed, Hamas, Hezbollah, ISIS and Al Qaeda are going to back down and stop putting women and children in front of themselves while they shoot at our troops.

The bill requires and gives POTUS authority to identify and impose sanctions on a foreign individual, who is a member of or acting on behalf of terrorist groups and "who knowingly orders, controls, or otherwise directs the use of civilians protected as such by the law of war to shield military objectives from attack."

"Terrorist organizations like Hamas in Gaza continue their efforts to kill and terrorize innocent civilians while using human shields in the process, showing their utter disregard for human life," Sen. Marco Rubio 9R-FL) observed.

Other senators agree that using human shields is not nice.

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Kyrsten Sinema is not on America's side

Kyrsten Sinema, the Democratic Senate candidate, who represents Arizona's 9th District in the House, is as honest as the scorpion talking to a frog.

Last week it was discovered that in 2003, Sinema had promoted campus appearances of Lynne Stewart, the radical lawyer who was being prosecuted for providing material support to terrorism. When Sinema was called out on it, she lied by distorting the facts of the case.

Stewart, who died in 2017, represented the terrorist, Omar Abdel Rahman [aka: the "Blind Sheikh"], who also died in 2017, just weeks before Stewart. Rahman was the jihadi whom Stewart was convicted of abetting; helping him communicate with his Egyptian terrorist mob from the U.S. prison where he was serving a life sentence for his role in the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.

In a scorching article in the National Review, Andrew McCarthy, the prosecutor who put Rahman behind bars, counters Sinema's "misrepresentations about her advocacy on Stewart's behalf."

McCarthy refers to Steward as a "jihadist-friendly lawyer," and says that although Sinema portrays herself as a moderate progressive, she is anything but. In 2003, in what Fox News describes as a "now-closed Yahoo group," known as Local to Global Justice, she encouraged people to attend two events in which Stewart was the featured speaker.

This came at a time when Stewart was under federal indictment for providing material support to terrorism and Sinema knew it.

Stewart had two co-defendants, Ahmed Abdel Sattar and Mohammed Yousry, both longtime aides to Abdel Rahman with whom she was accused of facilitating the Blind Sheikh's communication with the Islamic terrorist group,  Gama'at al Islamia, an Egyptian terrorist organization that the Blind Sheikh helped found in the early 1980s, when it participated in the assassination of President Anwar al-Sadat.

When Stewart and her co-scum committed the crimes alleged in the indictment, Abdel Rahman had been convicted in the WTC bombing and subsequent [unsuccessful] plot to bomb New York City landmarks and other terrorist plots.

Gama'at, in an attempt to obtain Abdel Rahman's release, threatened to "target . . . all of those Americans who participated in subjecting [Abdel Rahman's] life to danger" --"every American official, starting with the American president [down] to the despicable jailer."

Perhaps even the prison janitor.

A match made in Jahannam
And six months later, this group of jihadis attacked 58 foreign tourists and several police officers at an archeological site in Luxor, Egypt. They brutally shot them and then sliced them to death. Gama'at left behind leaflets--including the mutilated torso of one of its victims--demanding the Blind Sheikh be released.

The group later issued a statement warning that the forcible struggle against the Egyptian regime would continue unless Mubarak met its 3 demands: implementing sharia [law], the ceasing of diplomatic relations with Israel, and "the return of our Sheikh and emir to his land."

And the killings continued but to no avail.

These are the killers, the jihadis that Stewart helped the Blind Sheikh to consult with and direct by unlawfully transmitting messages, in direct contravention of enhanced confinement measures the DoJ's Bureau of Prisons (BOP) put in place to prevent such communications between the convicted blind scumcrumpet and his minions.

After Stewart's indictment in 2002, she was praised by many radical left-wing morons that opposed a forcible response to the 911 attacks. Sinema's Local to Global Justice was among these groups.

Aside from Sinema's defense of those who want to fight for the Taliban, she also maintained that Stewart was "emphatically not guilty." She said that Stewart was charged only because of surveillance powers enabled by the "hastily enacted PATRIOT Act." She insisted that Stewart was merely "doing her job for the past 27 years as an outspoken criminal defense lawyer."

If Sinema somehow beats Martha McSally, an American combat veteran, in the midterm elections, that would be a tragedy and an indication that the country is going to hell in a hand basket.

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Trump wins, Stormy loses

Los Angeles -- A federal judge on Monday threw out the case of porn-film performer Stormy Daniels, whose real name is Stephanie Clifford against President Trump on free-speech grounds [aka: the First Amendment].

"The court agrees with Mr. Trump's argument because the tweet in question constitutes 'rhetorical hyperbole' normally associated with politics and public discourse in the U.S.," U.S. District Judge S. James Otero said in a ruling Monday, according to Bloomberg News. "The First Amendment protects this type of rhetorical statement."

The "Stormster" [as people who "know" her say] sued the president in April over a tweet in which he denied her claims of being threatened by a man [who looks exactly like her ex-husband, by the way] in a Las Vegas parking lot in 2011.

She said the man was threatening her for going public about an alleged sexual encounter with Trump in 2006. The president denied the affair took place and cast doubt on her story of being threatened [by an alleged guy who looks exactly like her ex-husband, by the way].

Not known for being Twitter-shy, President Trump tweeted: "A sketch years later about a nonexistent man. A total con job, playing the Fake News Media for Fools (but they know it)!" He also tweeted a side-by-side image of the sketch with a photo of her ex-husband.

"The ruling also states that the President is entitled to an award of his attorneys' fees against Stormy Daniels," Trump's attorney Charles Harder said in a statement to Fox News. "No amount of spin or commentary by Stormy Daniels or her lawyer, Mr. [Michael] Avenatti, can truthfully characterize today's ruling in any way other than total victory for President Trump and total defeat for Stormy Daniels. [You know Trump told Harder to put that part in the statement.]  The amount of the award for President Trump's attorneys' fees will be determined at a later date."

Avenatti, a rather horrible lawyer, previously said the president's tweet damaged Daniels' credibility by portraying her as a liar. He responded to the ruling via Twitter: "Judge's limited ruling: Daniels' other claims against Trump and Cohen proceed unaffected. Trump's contrary claims are as deceptive as his claims about the inauguration attendance. We will appeal the dismissal of the defamation cause of action and are confident in a reversal."

Avenatti is a publicity whore who is using this case to remain relevant as he plans to throw his hat in the ring for the 2020 presidential race. Imagine the fun it would be in debating Trump--but it'll never happen.

Daniels' lawsuit over a hush-money deal is pending and Avenatti said he wants and needs to keep the case alive, so that his presidential ambitions remain alive as well.

Just like she is used as a sex object in her films, Daniels is  Avenatti's is using her to further his ambitions for the coming presidential election.

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Monday, October 15, 2018

Senate intelligence staffer who dated Times reporter pleads guilty to lying to FBI

Leaking with a smile
James A. Wolfe, a 58-year-old Democrat and former security director for the Senate Intelligence Committee has pleaded guilty to one count of providing a false statement to FBI agents who were looking into leaks of national security information that wound up in the hands of several reporters, including one reporter at The New York Times  Wolfe dated, the DoJ announced Monday.

Wolfe was in charge of maintaining all classified information coming from the executive branch to the Senate panel and served as the panel's security director for nearly 30 years.

"Did you make a false statement to the FBI?" D.C. district court judge Ketanji B. Jackson asked Wolfe, who was scheduled to appear for a routing status hearing before the announcement came from prosecutors that "substantial" negotiations had produced a guilty plea.

"I did, your honor," Wolfe replied.

It turns out he lied to the FBI in Dec. 2017 about contacts he had with 3 reporters, according to his statement of offense. He also allegedly lied about providing two reporters non-public information about committee matters. His one count plea absolves the other two counts and they will be dismissed.

President Trump said this summer that Wolfe's arrest "could be a terrific thing" and referred to him as a "very important leaker."

"I'm a big, big believer in freedom of the press," Trump told the press in his bigly big way he has. "But I'm also a believer in classified information. It has to remain classified."

Which is the reason they classify it.

But in a statement released after Wolfe pleaded guilty, his attorneys emphasized he had not been charged with leaking classified information.

Nobody is ever charged with leaking classified information or there would be nobody left to run the government.

"Jim has accepted responsibility for his actions and has chosen to resolve this matter now so that he and his family can move forward with their lives," [Barack Obama "Forward" style], the lawyers said in a statement. "We will have much more to say about the facts and Jim's distinguished record of nearly three decades of dedicated service to the Senate and the intelligence community [before screwing up] at his sentencing hearing."

Wolfe's sentencing is scheduled on December 20. The charge carries a maximum potential sentence of five years and a fine of $250,000, but he has connections in Washington and he'll probably only do six months.

Earlier in the year, The New York Times revealed that the feds had seized years' worth of email and phone records relating to one of its reporters, Ali Watkins. She had a three-year tryst  with Wolfe, the Times reported, adding that the records included a time before she joined the paper. She had previously worked for BuzzFeed, Politico and McClathcy.

Wolfe's affair with Watkins specifically didn't seem related to the charge he admitted to on Monday. He allegedly exchanged "tens of thousands of electronic communications with one reporter, including one that read, '"I've watched your career take off even before you ever had a career in journalism . . . I always tried to give you as much information that I could and to do the right thing with it so you could get that scoop before anyone else . . . "

Now how about you and me we get together, eh?

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Hillary says Bill's office BJ was not abuse of power

Hillary Clinton was interviewed by CBS News correspondent Tony Dokoupil on "Sunday Morning."

He asked the former first lady, former senator, former secretary of state and former 2016 presidential campaign losing candidate if she believed her husband's affair with then-22-year-old White House intern Monica Lewinsky was an abuse of power.

"Absolutely not," she said without cracking a smile. She even said that Bill was right not to resign amid the scandal the led to his impeachment on perjury and obstruction charges.

"It wasn't an abuse of power?" Dokoupil asked incredulously because when a 49-year-old U.S. president gets an Oval Office BJ by a young, impressionable intern, it is abuse of his office, no matter what Hillary says.

But Clinton responded, "No. No." She said that it wasn't an abuse of power because Lewinsky "was an adult" at the time of the BJ in the Oval Office.

Clinton then skirted over the issue by talking about Trump.

"But let me ask you this: Where's the investigation of the current incumbent, against whom numerous allegations have been made, and which he dismisses, denies, and ridicules?" she said, hoping Dokoupil forgot the original topic. "So, there was an investigation [of Bill], and it, as I believe, came out in the right place."

Came out in the right place? Is she kidding? Monica Lewinsky was just one of many who the #MeToo movement failed to prosecute. Let's never forget Bill's alleged rape victim, Juanita Broadderick. She actually has some corroboration to her allegation.

Clinton's comments came swiftly after she rejected comparisons between Bill's actions and the uncorroborated allegations leveled at Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh. In fact, she called the swearing-in ceremony at the White House "a political rally," at a Comedy News Network (CNN) last week.

Hillary, however, is a political joke. I hope she runs again in 2020.

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Fauxcahontas' DNA test show she may have less Native Indian in her than average Euro-American

Sen. Elizabeth Fauxcahontas Warren (D-Mass.) heavily promoted a DNA test to determine whether she's a liar about having actual Native American heritage or is the real deal.

Well, the test came back and shows that she likely does have some Native-American ancestry . . . just somewhat less than the average European American. In other words, I probably have more Native American in me than she does, and if you're a European American, so do you.

Warren shared DNA results Monday to examine her long-challenged Native-American claim. According to the results, as first reported by The Boston Globe, "the vast majority" of Warren's family tree is European and there is "strong evidence" she has Native-American ancestry "in the range of 6 to 10 generations ago."

So this means she might be  anywhere between 1/64 and 1/1,024 Native American. The chance that she is not Native American might be 50-50, but Vegas isn't getting involved in this one.

Her claim of being Native American is based on a trace amount of that heritage. A trace amount, like a fart in outer space. This should have never given Warren the right to claim minority status, as she did years ago at Harvard, according to her accusers.

"Warren might even be less Native American than the average European American," RNC spokesman Mike Reed said in a statement Monday. He also cited a 2014 study that put her claims in perspective.

The study was the largest-ever genetic profile of the United States and was based on 160,000 people. It examined the average Native-American ancestry for Americans--including European, African and Latino Americans.

The New York Times also reported on the study and according to the study, "European-Americans had genomes that were on average 98.6 percent European, .19 percent African, and .18 percent Native American."

If Fauxcahontas is 10 generations removed from a Native-American ancestor, she would be no more Native American [.09 percent] than any of the groups studied in that research. If she's 1/64 Native American, it amounts to 1.5 percent, or greater than the average European American.

My guess is she's closer to the 1/1,024 number.

I suspect even President Trump has more Native American in him than she has. He likes to call her "Pocahontas" and while he denied it, he said that he'd give her $1 million to a charity of her choice if her DNA showed Native American ancestry.

He probably should have said that it had to be above the average European American.

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