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Sunday, December 10, 2017

'Dancing Hands' Pelosi says Trump is a neophyte

House Minority Leader Nancy "Dancing Hands" Pelosi (D-Calif.), in a profile she was able to get published because she probably had someone help her to write it, criticized President Trump and his early days in office. As in Obama's case, Pelosi suggested Trump's "lack of knowledge" for the role as president was tantamount to someone without a medical degree "being asked to perform brain surgery."

If President Trump had to perform brain surgery on Pelosi, it would have been even more difficult just finding its location. He might have needed the skill of a proctologist to assist him.

"The bigger problem, the thing people need to understand, is that he was utterly unprepared for this," she said without comparing him to the former president's lack of experience and all other presidents in their first term.

But she blathered on: It would be like you or me going into a room and being asked to perform brain surgery. When you have a lack of knowledge as great as his, it can be bewildering. At first, there was a thread of being an imposter that may have been in his mind. He's overcome that by now."

My question is: how can you have a lack that is 'great' if it's a lack?

It's amazing how many apparent mindreaders there are in politics. Pelosi guesses what 'may have been in his mind.'

Fox News wrote: 
Pelosi, who has had an on-and-off political relationship with Trump, also suggested that perhaps even Trump at first couldn't reconcile how a first-time candidate upset a political veteran like Democrat Hillary Clinton to become president, but that he has since found some footing.
Being a first time candidate beating a political veteran like Democrat Hillary Clinton, simply proves Pelosi's point is wrong. It takes an understanding of the pulse of the nation to do well as a candidate--Trump knows the pulse better than Clinton ever will.

Pelosi writes as if she has an intimate relationship with Trump's personality and his mind. If he were Harry Reid, maybe I'd buy that--I suspect Nancy Pelosi has always wanted to have Harry's baby. 

See, I can read minds too.


NoKo says war is near, shakes their fists at the sky

Say what you will about President Trump, but he's the only president who refuses to appease North Korea, which, in the past, has allowed the hermit nation to develop nuclear capabilities. It began with Bill Clinton, then George W. Bush and ended with the "Behind Leader," Barack Obama. 

The United States isn't backing down but instead, is doubling down. We sent B-1 bomber flights close to the North Korean border in spite of Pyongyang rattling sabres claiming that war is right around the corner.

Of course Russia also got into the act. Along with North Korea, they blame the US for the increased tensions. But allowing North Korea to continue on this road to perdition (a word I never use) is suicidal. And the US wants to make the point that we can do what we want (to quote South Park's Cartman).

Maybe we need a leader who the rest of the world thinks is crazy. It certainly has China talking.

We've flown plenty of provocative bomber sorties near the border at a time Pyongyang is wondering when, not if, war will break out. On Wednesday, a B-1B Lancer flew from Guam to carry out simulated bombing runs against NoKo targets at a SoKo test range.


Between the US and South Korea, there are 230 aircraft, US top stealth jets and about 12,000 personnel participating in the Vigilant Ace exercise.

When we flew a B-1 across NoKo's maritime border after they launched an ICBM test in September, they threatened to shoot down subsequent flights.

They do so at their peril and the peril of the fat man behind the curtain.


Chelsea Handler's vapid video venture

Chelsea Handler is not a funny person but she believes she is and in this day of age when you can identify as anything you want, she's funny. The video below shows you just how her audience identifies her actions as comedic and laugh at her like trained hyenas. 

You would think that someone as gross as Handler wouldn't attack another woman on their appearance--it's lazy, stupid humor, but worse, it's really cruel.

But this is Chelsea Handler we're talking about, not some comedienne.

Handler tweeted a vulgar video mocking White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders's weight and physical appearance. The video is a promotion for her talentless Netflix series.

It's a fake step-by-step makeup tutorial that has comedy writer Fortune Feimster as Ms. Sanders. Even her name sounds fake.

The video is chock full of vulgarity, crude jokes that ridicule things such as Sanders' face, President Trump and Republicans, and illustrates how stupid she is to alienate half the country. 

What a dain bramaged bimho.

"My face is a big, fat biscuit," Feimster says as she applies a lotion. She compares her makeup foundation to the foundation of America: "It's Republican, it's strong, and it's white." Proving the incredible self-loathing liberals unconsciously suffer under as Feimster and Handler are both white.

Feimster also mocks Sanders' physical appearance implying she looks like a man. I will not quote what she said in the video--it's too disgustingly cruel and the fact that Netflix pays her for her so-called comedy is tragic and a horrible exhibit of how devoid of decency our society is becoming.

At least some people weren't keen on the video. One Twitter user wrote:
"Keep it up and everyone will despise you. You are obviously a very unhappy person. Maybe as a modern feminist you should act like a lady for a change."
It's hard to imagine someone who thinks it's funny to have a man urinate on her face is going to act like a lady.

Another tweeted:
"Glad to see how much of a strong feminist you are, by promoting positive body image of other females."
The evil Handler replied to the criticism, "This woman deserves to be taken down. She is pure evil."

Where does she even get that idea? Where is any evidence that Sarah Huckabee Sanders is evil? Because she believes in saying "Merry Christmas?" Because she's religious and her former Arkansas Governor father is also a pastor?

It's easy for leftists to pretend they're on the moral high ground--it's part of their delusion that they're better than the rest of us. It's what their fake feminism is about--defending only those women with the same leftist views, the others can go to hell.

Chelsea Handler really sucks.


Trump wants once fired reporter fired again for bad tweet

The Washington Post reporter, Dave Weigel, sent a misleading tweet about the recent Trump rally implying that it was sparsely attended and he showed photographic evidence to his claim.

But the photo was taken before the rally kicked off and it merely showed a few early attendees.

This isn't the first time Weigel had a run-in with the newspaper--in 2010 he was hired to blog about conservatives. He stupidly posted personal, abrasive emails on an off-the-record listserv about Ron Paul (R.-Tx.) as well as conservative syndicated radio host Rush Limbaugh and others.

One of the leaked comments on the "Journolist" listserv was that Paul, was part of the "Paultard Tea Party."

So who's the "tard?"




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Weigel apologized when he got outed for his comment and offered his resignation, which was accepted by then-Managing Editor Raju Narisetti. 

After the smoke cleared and memories eroded, the Washington Post rehired him in 2015--they evidently liked his thinking.

In this latest case, Weigel apologized for the "bad tweet" he sent out Friday night regarding Trump's Pensacola, Florida rally, showing a photo of a half-empty arena to mock Trump for saying the rally was "packed to the rafters."

It turns out that it was.

"It was a bad tweet on my personal account, not a story for Washington Post. I deleted it after like 20 minutes [like, like]. Very fair to call me out," the phony tweeted after getting caught and criticized on it.

Poor Weigel doesn't understand President Trump's narcissistic injury he felt by the fake tweet. He doesn't understand that when you're job is journalism, everything you write journalistically needs to be honest. 

Weigel is not honest.

But even his apology wasn't enough for the president who wants him fired as he continues to expose what he sees as unfair reporting by the mainstream media. And he makes a good point--the mistakes the media make are invariably against conservatives, and the corrections are hardly noticed once a half-hearted apology is quietly given.

Trump tweeted:
@DaveWeigel @WashingtonPost  put out a phony photo of an empty arena hours before I arrived @ the venue, w/thousands of people outside, on their way in. Real photos now shown as I spoke. Packed house, many people unable to get in. Demand apology & retraction from FAKE NEWS WaPo!"
Trump posted a follow-up tweet:
"@daveweigel of the Washington Post just admitted that his picture was a FAKE (fraud?) showing an almost empty arena last night for my speech in Pensacola when, in fact, he knew the arena was packed (as shown also on T.V.). FAKE NEWS, he should be fired."
Weigel wouldn't speak about his 2010 resignation, referring the media's request to the paper's public relations department, which will probably not respond because PR information is generally not made public.

However, Kris Coratti of the Washington Post issued a response to Fox News on Sunday about Weigel's tweet: 
"Dave Weigel relied on an inaccurate image in tweeting about President Trump's rally in Pensacola. When others pointed out the mistake to Weigel, he quickly deleted the tweet. And when he was later addressed by the president on Twitter, he promptly apologized for it."
In another post in 2010, Weigel wrote about conservative blogger Matt Drudge and said he should "handle his emotional problems more responsibly and set himself on fire."

Weigel is my nominee for the Darwin Award for Journalism.



Freedom to 'wolf whistle' may be taken away in London

They're in cages for a reason
Wolf whistling is crude and things that are crude are unattractive, and things that are unattractive do not win over women and get you a date with them.

With that in mind, you might say that men who wolf whistle do so to appear confident and masculine while knowing they will not engage in an exchange of ideas with the woman whom they target with their bird call. In other words, they know the woman will just keep walking and the whistler gets 'guy creds' with his buddies for being masculine and 'cool'.

But is it a hate crime?

It may soon be if you live in foggy London town.

Wolf whistling or making sexist remarks (as determined by whoever says it's a sexist remark) on London's streets is being considered as a hate crime.

If a woman walks past a construction crew, let's say, and one of the men whistles at her, it isn't because he hates her or wants to intimidate her (unless he does, of course). It's usually a sign that he appreciates her beauty but doesn't have the courage to express it in human words. He must make bird sounds because, well, he's an idiot and he's trying to impress his buddies.

However, to say that his gesture is hateful is ridiculous.

Verbal hate crimes, when you get right down to it, are thought crimes

I'm specifically referring to hate speech for which the remedy is more speech. In the case of whistling at a woman, I am clearly not suggesting that if the whistler imposes himself on her, makes her feel threatened, that it's okay. 

So street harassment, where a woman's path is cut off, let's say, is in a different category. Or when sexually suggestive remarks are made. Or when a woman is made to feel scared. Those are totally unacceptable situations and I agree, should be considered criminal.

In London, the Metropolitan Police said they are speaking with other UK forces to determine whether it's worth cracking down on gender-based hate crimes after a pilot scheme was begun in East Midlands last year. 

The Nottinghamshire Police (having nothing to do with a sheriff, Robin Hood and his merry men) saw sexist incidents such as street harassment, verbal abuse and the taking photos without consent recorded as hate crimes, carrying tougher penalties.

So if you, like me, enjoy taking candid street photography, don't go to the UK. It's the new "Big Brother" of the West.

But once again, let me be clear: threatening behavior is not the same as merely wolf whistling at a woman. While it's rather pathetic, and I do not condone it, I do not believe that it should be considered a crime. That's an insult to hardened criminals.



Dylan Farrow, Woody Allen's accuser: '#MeToo' movement is selective

Dylan Farrow is the adopted daughter of alleged serial adopted daughter attacker Woody Allen; her mother is Mia Farrow. 

Dylan alleged that Woody sexually abused her as a child and wrote an opinion piece in the Los Angeles Times questioning why he was able to get away with escaping the huge backlash set off by the Harvey Weinstein fall.

Ms. Farrow also alleged that people working for Mr. Allen, including actors in his movies and others in the industry, have covered up for him or looked the other way.

She referred to the #MeToo movement that came from reports in The New York Times and The New Yorker in October. Women shared stories of sexual assault and inappropriate sexual behavior including rape. In fact, The New Yorker article was written by Dylan's brother Ronan.

Men who were outed ended up being fired, resigned or experienced other fallout, except for Woody Allen. She believes the #MeToo movement has been selective in who they hear.

"I have long maintained that when I was 7 years old, Woody Allen led me into an attic, away from the babysitters who had been instructed never to leave me alone with him. He then sexually assaulted me," she wrote. "I told the truth to the authorities then, and I have been telling it, unaltered, for more than 20 years."

Woody Allen's representatives were unavailable to the media for comment but he has previously denied Dylan's accusations, including what she wrote in 2014 in an open letter in The New York Times that Allen had molested her beginning when she was seven.




Saturday, December 9, 2017

Former Argentinian President Arrested for cover up of Iran terror attack

Don't cry for her Argentina
Former Argentinian President Cristina Fern├índez de Kirchner was arrested by orders of a judge on Thursday. She is accused of covering up Iran's involvement in the 1994 bombing at the Buenos Aires Jewish Center that killed 85 people and wounded 300, The Times of Israel reported.

The former president now serves as a senator. She is alleged to have signed a 2012 deal with Iran that would have allowed senior Iranian officials implicated in the attack to be investigated in Iran, not Argentina. 

Can you guess the verdict?

The new government in December 2015, which succeeded Kirchner's, President Maurico Macri said that it would not renew the agreement with Iran. In 2014, a court ruled that the pact was unconstitutional, but Kirchner appealed the decision.

In 2015, the files were declassified on two attacks. The Jewish community was appalled and devastated: the files were of the 1994 bombing and documents related to the 1992 bombing outside the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires that killed 29 and wounded 200. The Iranian-backed Lebanese terrorist group, Hezbollah, has been implicated in both attacks, but no one was ever convicted.

Kirchner is facing accusations of treason, as judge Claudio Bonadio asked lawmakers to remove the immunity from prosecution the witch has as a senator. For immunity to be lifted, two-thirds majority is required in the chamber.

The case returned to the spotlight all these years later after a Jewish prosecutor who was to reopen the investigation died mysteriously in what his family called an assassination. 

In November, Argentina's border police agency concluded that Alberto Nisman, who led the probe, was murdered four days after formally  accusing  then-president Kirchner of the cover-up in January 2015.

They can make a movie about this stuff.

Kirchner's cover-up role in the Jewish center bombing is the most serious charge, but she's also facing accusations of corruption and money laundering.

Hillary Clinton responded: "What, with liquid Tide?" 

Mark Ruffalo is dumber than a cow paddy

Seriously stupid, hard leftist Hollywood actor Mark Ruffalo, best known for portraying Marvel's The Hulk, tweeted out the most empty-headed thing imaginable.

He tweeted advise that Israel "show restraint" while also tweeting an article quoting Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh pledging to wipe Israel off the map.

Ruffalo copy/pasted an Al Jazeera article quoting the Haniyeh who said Trump should stop "this decision fully because this will usher in the beginning of a time of terrible transformations, not just on the Palestinian level but on the region as a whole."

The article by Al Jazeera somehow forgot to mention that earlier in the day, Haniyeh called for Palestinians to go full intifada against Israel to make Trump "regret" his decision over Jerusalem.

Ruffalo is either too stupid to know that Hamas is a terrorist organization that has killed a lot of innocent Israelis in the early 2000s, or he a blazing anti-Semite. 

I believe both hypotheses are accurate because it takes an idiot to tell Israel, not Hamas, to "show restraint" in the face of "protests" and Ruffalo also has a history of anti-Israel and pro-Hamas sentiments. 


Isreal, please show restraint in the face of these protests. This is a terrible blow to any hope for peace or a life beyond apartheid for your neighbors. Please, all parties, use restraint. http://readersupportednews.org/news-section2/318-66/47234-palestinians-call-for-days-of-rage-over-us-jerusalem-plan 

The genius doesn't even know how to spell Israel.

In 2014, he tongue-lashed Israel over the bombing of a hospital in the Gaza Strip. He was referring to Gaza's Al-Wafa Hospital, which, according to the Times of Israel, was already empty of patients and staff and was being used by Hamassholes as a command and control center for their attacks on Israel.

When Ruffalo was confronted with the freaking fact that Hamas was using people as human shields, he responded by sticking up for Hamas, denying that anyone would do something so horrible. But he's an idiot, and idiots are usually wrong.

The idiot also blamed the Israel blockade in the Gaza Strip for the deterioration of women's rights in the area, obviously having no knowledge of sharia law and how women has always been third class citizens, right behind cattle.

Most sickeningly, Ruffalo claimed Hamas was innocent of all charges in the kidnapping and murder of three Israeli teens.

When anyone defends an organization with no facts or evidence at their disposal, other than their feelings, you know they're bias toward that organization and they're wishfully guessing while pretending to "know."

Ruffalo needs to look up the word 'schmuck' and look in the mirror for the definition.


Transgender weightlifter and his delusion of equality

A man who had his genitals surgically removed and his crotch made to look somewhat like that of a woman, is a top weightlifter in New Zealand, beating all actual women and claiming he's a female in spite of science.

The guy claims he has no physical advantage over the women he beats in competitions but this may actually be part of his delusion that he's a female.

Speaking to Newshub on Friday, Laurel Hubbard said that he "transitioned" to female four years ago and anyone who has a problem with that better watch out or he'll kick their butt.

Hubbard, 39, believes that there's no "fundamental" difference between a biological male and his female competitors, and to suggest otherwise would be "disrespectful" of his delusion, and to the women he beats in competitions.

Newshub, in an effort to be politically correct with pronouns said, "But some of her rivals' coaching staff have publicly questioned whether she has an unfair psychological advantage, having previously lifted heavier weights as a man."

Hubbard, for his part, replied: "Look, I've heard that and I think it's incredibly disrespectful to the other competitors."

"I don't believe there is any fundamental difference between me and the other athletes, and to suggest there is is slightly demeaning to them," he added.

Hubbard took home two silver medals in the women's World Weightlifting Championships. He lost to Sarah Robles, an actual woman and, I'm happy to note, is an American.

The "female" weightlifting champ said he doesn't let the social media "trolling" get to him."

Hubbard was formerly a men's weightlifting champion before he had his penis removed. 


FBI reportedly investigating NY Gov. Cuomo

According to the Albany Times-Union, senior staffers who were hired to work for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo were allegedly listed and being paid by other state agencies. This would make Cuomo's staff and budget look smaller than it actually was.

So the Federal Bureau of Investigation is looking into the hiring practices, with an actual investigation.

The administration was subpoenaed for documents months ago and rather than stonewalling, as the FBI is ironically doing with the House probe, they are cooperating, according to Cuomo spokesman Rich Azzopardi. He said that other New York governors, presidents from both political parties and even the U.S. Department of Justice have done the same thing for decades.

The FBI responded to Azzopardi saying: "If the other governors, presidents and even the U.S. Department of Justice told you to jump off a bridge, would you do it?"

"In this environment, anyone can ask about anything," Azzopardi said. Fortunately, neither he nor his boss, Andrew Cuomo, have been alleged to have performed sexual misconduct.

"Given that the federal Department of Justice and the White House have a long history of utilizing this practice, perhaps the FBI can investigate them when this charade is over," Azzopardi said.

The Times-Union reported that some employees in Cuomo's office were already interviewed by the FBI. The outlet said the practice was "particularly widespread" and Cuomo's father, Mario (aka "Mahbone") Cuomo, who was governor of NY from 1983 to 1994, used the same tactic.

So it seems as if New York State is a Cuomo monarchy, eh? And then there's the special-ed Cuomo, Chris, who works for the Careless News Network (CNN).

Andrew Cuomo is seeking a third term as governor next year and has finally gotten the hang of it. He may run for president in 2020 along with everyone else in sports and entertainment.


Three days plus 1400 years of rage

The "three days of rage" called for by Hamassholes and others in the Palestinian Authority comes after "1400 years of rage" against the Jews, Christians and all other infidels by Islamic jihadists who see this as their religious duty.

In Bethlehem Palestinian protesters are currently demonstrating in the streets over the U.S. decision to move the embassy to Jerusalem, thereby rightly recognizing it as the capital of Israel, which it has been for thousands of years.

The protesters are facing off against IDF troops who are doing all that's possible to prevent the demonstrations from escalating into full-blown anti-Semitic riots.

Similar protests have taken place in about 20 other areas across Jerusalem, the West Bank and along the Israel-Gaza border.

This is the fourth time in eight months that the Palestinians have been directed to hold "days of rage." It's anti-Semitic burlesque and any excuse to display it works just dandy for the Palestinians.

The rest of the Middle East doesn't agree with the Palestinians because they are aware of the danger that Iran has created with the tightening of the noose around the region with their presence. Just days ago, Israeli warplanes struck an Iran base in Syria.

An IAF airstrike on Hamassholes in the Gaza Strip, in retaliation of a Hamas rocket attack on Israel Friday night, killed two Hamassholes who belonged to Hamas' armed wing, the al-Qassam Brigades. 

They are expected to be receiving their 72 virgins as soon as they become available.

The Hamas-run health ministry in Gaza claimed 14 people were wounded from the strikes, but that is coming from Hamas and they have been known to use taqiyya in the past.

Israeli forces arrested 28 people in the West Bank and Gaza as further anti-Semitic protests sprung up in other parts of the world where parents mutilate their daughter's genitals and hungry people get their hands chopped off for stealing food.

Three presidents before Trump pledged to put the American embassy in Jerusalem: Bill Clinton, George W. Bush and Barack Hussein Obama. Only Trump did what he said he would do.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu thanked and praised President Trump, as well he should. And while some may see this move as a catalyst for war, it may just as easily be one for peace. 

Let's face it, Islam thrives on war--that's what made them rich and powerful. Muhammed was a warrior, an anti-Semite and a pedophile. To deny that is to deny Islamic scripture.

The U.S. ambassador to the UN, Nikki Haley, told delegates that the White House is very serious in the quest for peace.

But short of Israel committing suicide, it seems doubtful Hamas and the Palestinians will ever permit peace while Jews still live in Israel.

With unintended irony, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas said the U.S. had "withdrawn from its role in the peace process" and insisted without historical evidence that Jerusalem was the "eternal capital of the State of Palestine."

Theresa May dismounted from her unicorn, put down her crack pipe and insisted that Jerusalem's status should be agreed upon by both Israel and Palestine. 

The chances of the PA actually agreeing to something equitable is as likely as winning the Powerball while being trampled by Theresa May's unicorn.


CNN and CBS screw it up as usual on Russia probe

The Careless News Network (CNN) got it wrong again in their enthusiasm to destroy Trump's presidency. They thought they had an actual scoop regarding President Trump and his associates coordinated with Russian-aligned operatives in 2016, but alas, they screwed the pooch.

Basically, they claimed 2016 Republican nominee Trump, his son Donald Trump Jr., and other campaign advisers received an email in September 2016 that offered them advance access to an impending WikiLeaks dump of emails from DNC staffers and Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman, John Podesta.

CNN's report was based entirely on an email that was supposedly sent on September 4th. The email to Trump Jr. and his team included a "decryption key and website address" for the WikiLeaks dump, the article stated.

BUT there is a yooge error in the claim made by CNN which they promoted all Friday morning and afternoon.

Specifically, the email the story hinged upon was actually sent September 14th, not the 4th, which means the email only pointed Trump's team to public hacked DNC documents. Public!

So the difference between the date CNN gave, Sept. 4, and the actual date Sept. 14, is the difference between someone merely using public information versus someone covertly slipping Trump and his team advance access to hacked correspondence.

The CNN story suggests that Trump and his team had someone on the inside for the DNC hacks versus a story that suggests his team gets a lot of crank emails.

"What a colossal f**k up," a CNN reporter told the Washington Examiner in response to the story's coming apart on Friday.

The House Intelligence Committee is pouring over all over the emails of Trump officials and even their family members, including their junk email in their investigation of the 2016 alleged meddling in the election by Russia.

Donald Trump Jr. was copied on the Sept. 14th email and was asked about the note this week in a closed-door session with committee members. Someone leaked that email to the press and it makes the committee look really bad.

The bogus CNN report, written by Manu Raju and Jeremy Herb, claimed the email was "described" by "multiple sources" and "verified" by Trump Jr.'s attorney.

Even CBS misreported the date of the email was Sept. 4th.

The Post and the Wall Street Journal both got their hands on a copy of the Sept. 14th email and handled it differently--seeing that it lacked credibility.

WSJ's Rebecca Ballhaus noted that there were serious problems with the note. 

"The Sept. 14 email to Trump campaign advertising WikiLeaks emails promoted publicly available info, was riddled with typos and came from a Trump backer who had given $40 to the campaign months earlier, per email viewed by @WDJ," she tweeted.

Both the Careless News Network and Cannot Believe Squat have since corrected their unsubstantiated reporting, sometimes known as 'fake news.'

"CNN's initial reporting of the date on an email sent to members of the Trump campaign about WikiLeaks documents, which was confirmed by two sources to CNN was incorrect," a network spokes leftist said.

Originally, CNN used the term "multiple sources," rather than "two sources." And the "verified" by Trump Jr.'s attorney is just plain fake.

At the risk of sounding cliched, this is a nothingburger except for the fact that it indicates a clear political effort to spread misinformation by leftist media outlets, which should concern all Americans who believe in an honest press.

CBS, at least, added an editor's note Friday: "An earlier version of this story incorrectly stated the email was dated Sept. 4, 2016, instead of Sept. 14, 2016. The information was erroneously confirmed by a source, who subsequently sent the actual email to CBS News confirming the Sept. 14 date."

CNN assured the public that there will be no disciplinary action taken because the mistake was made against President Trump, not his detractors, as is always the case.

Bernie Sanders' wife's land deal being FBI'd

Bernie and Jane in Philly during DNC
Convention July 2016
Photo: AP
Jane Sanders, wife of socialist Rep. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) is still under FBI investigation over possible bank fraud in a land deal she made in 2010 when she was president of Burlington College in Vermont. A potential "grand jury" is possible.

Hopefully the probe will ruin Sanders' chance in the 2020 presidential primaries, but socialists don't care when one of their own commits fraud as this is the basis of their ideology in the first place. Some call it "crony capitalism," but by definition, capitalism is the fair trade between individuals. It should be called "phony corporatism." 

Jane Sanders' daughter, Carina Driscoll has her own political ambitions and her own mommy may have hurt those ambitions--again, hopefully. She is the stepdaughter of Bernie Sanders and wants to run for mayor of Burlington.

Over the past six weeks, one witness involved with the land deal was questioned by the FBI.

Sanders wanted to expand the college and sought to obtain land from a nearby Catholic parish. She got her socialist hands on a $6.7 million loan from a bank and a $3.6 million loan from the parish from which she planned to buy the property. 

However, Jane Sanders resigned in 2011 amid allegations she purposely inflated and made up the amount of money donors have pledged to Burlington College and gave incorrect information to a bank to get the loan, something know in legal circles as fraud.

A number of people she listed as donors, have come forward denying the commitments.

Former Burlington College Board Chairman Yves Bradley was visited by FBI agents in the past six weeks and was asked about Sanders' involvement in the alleged bank fraud. 

Bernie and Jane's lawyer, Rich Cassidy tried to question Mr. Bradley about the investigation, but his own lawyer advised him not to engage. Cassidy did not respond to multiple requests by Fox News for an interview and decided to simply hop along his merry way.

The questioning of Bradley is a clear sign the investigation has a long way to go and is being handled by the U.S. Justice Department. It will proceed at the discretion or whim of Christina Nolan, the U.S. Attorney of Vermont. She is a Trump appointee and was sworn in by the Senate last month.

Coralee Holm, former dean of operations at the school, confirmed to Fox News that the investigation "has not been closed" and has "no specific deadline" for completion.

Taking a page out of the leftist handbook, Jane Sanders blames "sexism" for the allegations.



Friday, December 8, 2017

Rep. Farenthold under House Ethics Committee investigation

Rep. Brent Farenthold (R.-Tx.) is now under a House Ethics Committee investigation over allegations that he sexually harassed a former aide and then retaliated when she complained about it.

Last week, Politico reported that a $84,000 taxpayer-funded sexual harassment settlement was paid by the Office of Congressional Ethics in 2014 after allegations were made against the congressman.

Now that he's been outed, Farenthold said this week that he will repay the money he misused for his personal legal needs. He didn't exactly put it in those terms, but you get the idea.

"I want to be clear that I didn't do anything wrong, but I also don't want taxpayers to be on the hook for this," the sleazeball said, after letting three years go by before he decided he didn't want the taxpayers to be on the hook.

Drain the swamp.

The historically useless panel will also examine whether  Farenthold discriminated against the staffer on the basis of her gender, and if he retaliated against her for complaining of discriminatory conduct. They will also investigate as to whether he made additional inappropriate statements to other staffers.

Rep. Mia Love (R.-UT) was the second House Republican to call on Farenthold to resign on Thursday after Rep. Barbara Comstock (R.-Va.) was the first.

Bech K. Brunn, chairman of the Texas Water Development Board resigned from his post and appears to be running for Farenthold's seat if he's unseated.


More Clinton ties on Mueller's team

More Clinton connections have come into the sunlight for members of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe as Republican complaints about potential bias inside the office of the investigative team.

The Wall Street Journal reported Friday that Mueller investigator Andrew Weissmann, attended Hillary Clinton's election night party at the Javits Center in New York City last November. Weissmann is a former partner at WilmerHale.

You may recall that Weissmann's the guy who in January praised outgoing acting Attorney General Sally Yates, who was fired for refusing to defend President Trump's travel ban. He had also donated thousands of dollars to former President-from-behind Obama's campaign and the DNC.

Now, at least two Mueller investigators' past legal work for Clinton-tied liberals are getting careful scrutiny as Republicans search for signs of bias.

Aaron Zebley, another former WilmerHale partner, and a former chief of staff to Mueller when he served as FBI director, represented Justin Cooper, a significant person in the Hillary Clinton illegal email scandal for which she was never brought to justice. [Just sayin'].

Cooper is the Bill Clinton aide responsible for helping set up the illegal private email server and later admitted to "two instances where he destroyed [Hillary] Clinton's mobile devices by breaking them in half or hitting them with a hammer."

He too has escaped justice and is walking the streets of Washington, D.C. in his swamp boots.

Jeannie Rhee, another former partner at WilmerHale, represented Ben Rhodes, an ex-Obama National Security Adviser. She also represented the Clinton Foundation in a 2015 racketeering case. And hey, she even represented Hillary herself, in a lawsuit seeking access to her private emails.

"You've got Donald Trump being prosecuted by Hillary Clinton's fan club--that's inequitable," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R.-Fl.) a member of the House Judiciary Committee, told Fox News on Friday. "Many of the members of Mueller's team donated to the Clinton campaign. We have a lot of highly qualified federal prosecutors in the Justice Department and we could have found a bunch of them who didn't donate to either candidate. But that didn't occur, and that's troubling."



Rep. Trent Franks resigns over reports he offered aide $5M to be surrogate

Rep. Trent Franks (R. -AZ) said he will be resigning effective immediately after his wife was admitted to the hospital (unlike Al "The Groper" Franken who is taking his sweet time resigning just in case his party changes their collective mind again). 

Franks announcement on Friday comes after he first announced plans to step down in January. His abrupt decision to leave follows news reports that he allegedly repeatedly pressured a former aide to carry his child, offering her $5 million to be a surrogate.

"Last night, my wife was admitted to the hospital in Washington, D.C. due to an ongoing ailment," Franks said in a statement. "After discussing options with my family, we came to the conclusion that the best thing for our family now would be for me to tender my previous resignation effective today, December 8th, 2017."

The congressman first announced his resignation Thursday night after learning of an investigation into his behavior by the House Ethics Committee.

In his Thursday statement, Franks admitted discussing the possibility of surrogacy with two of his female staffers and unknowingly to him, the conversation "made certain individuals uncomfortable." That statement said he'd be vacating his seat Jan. 31, 2018.

Franks discussed his and his wife's difficulty with fertility and adoption of twins, but they wanted another child. 

Apparently, he wasn't aware of how the conversation "made certain individuals uncomfortable," and they never told him that.

It's really sad that there seems to be no clear guidelines for male-female interaction, but there are for interaction with transgender, gay, lesbian, bisexual, queer, and everything else people call themselves. Screw up those guidelines and you can get nailed for a hate crime.

Really sad.


POTUS, Mattis let loose the dogs of war

Baghdad -- Hundreds of terrorized black-clad terrorists from the "JV Team" had just been chased out of a northern Syrian city fleeing through the desert in long convoys and providing U.S. A-10 "Warthogs" with target practice. 

But the orders to bomb the jihadists didn't come and they disappeared back into their caliphate, living to fight another day.

That was back in August 2016 when President Trump was not yet president. He had vowed to allow his military leadership crush ISIS that, under Obama, had grown from the "jayvee team" to the world's most feared terrorist organization.

Trump told America, "I will . . . quickly and decisively bomb the hell out of ISIS." He then chose legendary USMC General James Mattis as his Secretary of Defense (SecDef) and Trump added "We will not have to listen to the politicians who are losing the war on terrorism." 

A year later, ISIS was kicked out of Iraq and Syria that made Obama's leadership look like a ferret driving a clown car. The speed with which it was done even surprised the top brass. Trump kept his campaign promise, something unheard of in the past. Obama's rules of engagement that helped getting Americans killed, we dumped and he allowed his generals make the military decisions rather than politicians.

So while ISIS once ruled 8 million people and controlled the oil fields, refineries, agriculture, huge arsenals and smuggling routes, Trump allowed the military to win.

But I disagree with the notion that we will actually get tired of winning.

Now ISIS only controls 3 percent of Iraq and less than 5 percent of Syria. The "caliph," Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, is believed to be injured and holed up somewhere along the border of Iraq and Syria. 

ISIS is still a danger--their jihadists live among civilians in the region, Europe and probably even the U.S. They will likely remain a danger for years unless we can convince those who harbor them to turn them in.

Some ISIS cells are trying to regroup in the Philippines, Sinai Peninsula and Libya.

But the tough job of taking back ISIS's land is largely completed.


6 Women sue Weinstein and his former businesses in proposed class-action

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A lawsuit that could potentially turn into a class-action suit was filed Wednesday against Harvey "Check This Out" Weinstein, Miramax, the Weinstein Company and members of its board.

The suit claims that these entities worked to "perpetuate and conceal Weinstein's widespread sexual harassment and assault," and this is a cover-up that amounts to civil racketeering.

"We are but six women representing hundreds," who have been harassed or assaulted by Mr. Weinstein, the joint statement said.

The suit also names several current and former board members, including Harvey's brother, Bob Weinstein, who heads The Weinstein Company; James Dolan, owner of the NY Knicks, Marc Lasry, co-owner of the Milwaukee Bucks; Paul Tudor Jones, a hedge fund manager; and Lance Maerov, a WPP executive. But there are more to follow.

"Harvey Weinstein is a predator," the statement says. "Bob knew it. The board knew it. The lawyers knew it. The private investigators knew it."

Harvey Weinstein's lawyers Ben Brafman and Blair Berk (of the firm Two BBs) declined to comment on the suit.

Weinstein denies he sexually assaulted women but admits his behavior caused a lot of pain, especially for him.

To cover rich butt, a Miramax spokeswoman said the company "joins the entire film community in condemning Harvey Weinstein and his unspeakable actions." She then went on to say that Miramax has been "completely independent" of Mr. Weinstein and his brother Bob since they founded the Weinstein Company in 2005.

Like a predictable Western, a spokeswoman for Mr. Dola, who was on the board from mid-2015 to mid-2016 said: "Mr. Dolan is confident that he acted appropriately in all matters relating to his time on the Weinstein board."

I know a lot of people were aware of Weinstein's behavior, but I can't imagine everyone knew what a scum-wafer he is.

Mr. Jones said in a note: "I never knew about those discussions or any of the revelations until they began to surface publicly, and I resigned two days later."

And yet, there are those who definitely did know what Weinstein was doing with that open bathrobe in the hotel room. Those people need to be held accountable. 

Since the story first broke, dozens of women, including Angelina Jolie, Cara Delevingne, Ashley Judd, Hillary Clinton, Chelsea Clinton, Huma Abedin and Michael Moore (who, he claims, Weinstein mistook him for a 75-year-old Communist granny) have come forward, accusing the corpulent rich guy of harassment, assault or worse, accusing them of looking like a 75-year-old Communist granny.

A spokeswoman for Harvey Weinstein, who had never been assaulted or sexually mistreated by the mogul in any way, did not immediately respond to requests for comment on Wednesday.

Weinstein said that he wants to "find" himself and recently discovered that his "self" was hiding under that bathrobe all the while.

BREAKING: Moore accuser omitted telling us something about her yearbook

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UPDATE: It was just learned that Fox News has issued a correction to their headline (see their original headline below) regarding this story. It now reads: "BREAKING NEWS:Roy Moore accuser admits she forged part of yearbook inscription attributed to Alabama senate candidate."

Breaking: Beverly Young Nelson, the woman who accused Judge Roy Moore, the Republican who is running for the Alabama Senate seat, of molesting her when she was 16-years-old and showed her school yearbook with Moore's signature to prove her connection to him, admitted that she had written the alleged time and location of the signature below the signature.

The now not so young Moore accuser said of his denial "That really hurt me. God knows, and Roy knows, and I know what happened . . . He did sign it," she said. 

When asked by a reporter if it was she who made the notes underneath, she answered, "Yes."

Beverly Young Nelson and her publicity hound lawyer Gloria Allred did not reveal that little tidbit of information when they originally showed the yearbook, and Allred should be ashamed, but she has no conscience so shame is not a possible emotion for her.

Now one wonders whether any of the other writing was tampered with, but honesty and openness is too much to ask for when your motives are political and monetary, it seems.

The fact that Nelson wrote the time and location under Moore's signature and failed to disclose it to the public, pegs the date to Nelson's memory without acknowledging that Moore didn't date the signature at the outset.

Fox News went into full right-wing mode stating: "Bombshell: Roy Moore Accuser Beverly Nelson Admits She Forged Yearbook."

That's kind of going overboard with the facts. But Moore supporters were looking for something to suit their needs of supporting the alleged sexual predator--Nelson and Allred obliged them.

It's false to say Nelson admitted she "forged" the yearbook. She insists the note and signature from Moore are authentic. Moreover, there's another woman who claims to have a copy of a graduation card with Moore's signature.

And worst of all, there's another woman who alleges Moore molested her when she was 14, and other women have said that Moore tried to date them when he was in his early 30s and they were underage.

So the truth as we know it is that Nelson wrote in her yearbook without revealing it, which can raise some doubts about her overall credibility, but, she did not admit to forging Moore's signature or his note.

Sorry Alabama conservatives--vote for Moore if your conscience can allow it, but don't pretend he's as clean as a whistle or say "If they can do it, so can we." 

If your conscience tells you it's better to have an alleged child molester from decades ago than a current late-term abortion supporter, I can understand that, and at least you're being honest.

But let us not be like the liberals who defended Conyers and Franken until they didn't because it was politically unfeasible. 


Florida man gets 15 years for breaking stuff and leaving bacon behind


Florida Islamophobe Michael Wolfe was sentenced to 15 years in prison for breaking windows and insulting an ideology with bacon. It's still a mystery as to how one can actually insult an ideology, or set of ideas--I thought in order to feel insulted, feelings themselves are required.
So this guy is being sentenced 15 years for smashing lights, cameras and windows at a mosque and leaving some bacon by the front door. Sure, these are really bad things to do and disrespectful to mosque-goers, but the sentence clearly does not fit the crime.

What this idiot committed was vandalism, and while it's inexcusable and putting forbidden bacon by the door of a mosque is nasty and obnoxious, fifteen years is just wrong.

The ASSociated Press says the sentence was "a hate crime enhancement." That is, the draconian sentence is to make an example out of the guy so that nobody dare think of doing that horrible thing to a mosque.

Synagogue? Well, that's okay. They're just for Jews. Had Wolfe done this to a Synagogue, there's no way he'd receive such an unfairly long sentence.

And while Muslims play the victims most often, the number of hate crimes and victims in the United States involving Jews and Muslims clearly show Jews to be the largest group of hate crime victims in comparison to Muslims and with the remainder of the population of victims.

For example, according to FBI statistics, in 1996 there were 1,109 anti-Jewish incidents vs. 27 anti-Islamic incidents. In the former, there were 1,209 victims while in the latter, there were 33 victims. 

Those numbers increased, both in incidents and number of victims for Muslims, but still, anti-Jewish incidents were more than twice as high: 684 incidents and 862 victims for Jews, vs. 307 anti-Islamic incidents with 388 victims.

Although Muslims often portray themselves as the biggest victims of wholesale hatred, persecution and harassment on the planet, the fact is, it just isn't true.

And as Ben Shapiro has said, "Facts don't care about your feelings."


'Death to America' as usual

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Beirut, Lebanon -- Akhbar, the pro-Hezbollah rag declared "Death to America" on its front page Thursday, as part of its unbiased, fair and balanced response to President Trump's decision to move our embassy to Jerusalem, Israel's capital.

Arab countries are going nuts and figs after Trump announced the move. Hamassholes are planning "Three Days of Rage" as a response to the decision, and these days of rage follows 1400 years of rage against the Jews and infidels everywhere.

Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, head Hezbollah scum-crumpet, is expected to deliver his terrorist organization's first reaction to Trump's move in a TV address on Thursday. It is expected that he will remain angry and call for the death of anyone who disagrees with his Islamic ideology, particularly the Jews. It's always the Jews.

Akhbar called Trump's decision and fulfillment of a campaign promise that others made and none before him have honored, "America's new Balfour," in reference to the Balfour Declaration whereby Britain endorsed the establishment of the Jewish homeland in the Middle East a century ago.

The canary cage liner said: "Today in Palestine there is a capable, empowered resistance that owns thousands of rockets that can strike Tel Aviv."

Israel owns nuclear weapons and an IDF and IAF that has successfully defeated them in the past, so all the sabre-rattling in the Middle East isn't going to scare them. 

Hezbollah has been in the terror business of firing rockets at Israelis since 1982. Their favorite targets are Jewish school children when the wheels on the bus go round and round.


Thursday, December 7, 2017

Top DoJ official no longer tops in officialdom

A senior Justice Department official was quietly demoted this week amid an ongoing investigation into his contacts with an opposition research team responsible for the anti-Trump "dossier." This information was given and confirmed by Fox News.

Bruce G. Ohr held two positions at the Justice Department: associate deputy attorney general and director of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces (OCDETF), "the centerpiece of the attorney general's drug strategy," according to the department's description.

Those positions were stripped from him on Wednesday morning.

While he will keep his OCDETF title, his higher post was taken from him--he was ousted from his fourth floor office of "Main Justice."

At first, senior department officials couldn't give the reason for his demotion, but it was later learned that evidence collected by the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence (HPSCI), shows that Ohr met during the 2016 campaign with Christopher Steele, the former British spy who authored the "dossier."

The DOJ later told Fox News, "It is unusual for anyone to wear two hats as he has done recently. This person is going to go back to a single focus--director of our organized crime and drug enforcement unit. As you know, combatting transnational criminal organizations and drug trafficking is a top priority for the Attorney General."

It was also discovered that Ohr met shortly after the election with the founder of Fusion GPS, Glenn Simpson. This is the opposition research firm that hired Steele to compile the anti-Trump dossier with funds supplied by the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee, a known crime organization specializing in fraud and sexual misconduct.

By this point, the dossier had been in the possession of the FBI for five months, and the surveillance on Page had begun more than two months prior. The FBI, of course, exists under the auspices of the DOJ.

Former FBI Director James Comey, testified before the House in March and described the dossier as a compendium of "salacious and unverified" allegations against then-candidate Donald Trump and his associates.

Committee Chairman Devin Nunes' panel has been investigating whether DOJ, under then-Attorney General Loretta Lynch, used the dossier to justify a foreign surveillance warrant against Carter Page, a Trump campaign adviser. If so, this puts the dossier and FBI in a bad light.

Contacts between Ohr and Steele, and Ohr and Simpson, have not been publicly disclosed nor shared with HPSCI staff to avoid embarrassment. 

The panel has issued many subpoenas for documents and witnesses related to the dossier but say the DOJ and FBI have "stonewalled," and House Speaker Paul Ryan (R.-Wis.) agreed to that assessment publicly in October.

The agencies claim that they've cooperated extensively with Nunes and his team, but it was only last weekend they agreed to make available to the committee for questioning Peter Strzok (pronounced "Strzhzhokztlmfk") the high-ranking FBI official who seemed to be the guy involved in all the interviews involving political scandals and texted his mistress with anti-Trump messages and how he promises to one day leave his wife for her etc.

Strzok was removed from the staff of Special Counsel Robert Mueller who is probing allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government. Strzok was demoted to the FBI's position of Urinal Cake Installer.

Ohr's demotion marks the second one with a few months where the DOJ and FBI disciplined staff for misconduct.

At least it wasn't sexual misconduct . . . that we know of.