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Monday, July 31, 2017

Media attacks Trump for attacking MS-13

President Trump gave a powerful speech on Friday vowing to "destroy the vile criminal cartel" MS-13. It disturbed some of the flowers of the media who proceeded to harshly criticize him for saying such nasty things about the thugs who kill, rape, rob and deal in drugs. 

This may be due to the fact that they're largely comprised of illegal immigrants who, because of this status, must be misunderstood and need to be given a chance at the American dream.

Trump's speech on Long Island, New York, where the gang members have gone on a violent rampage, brutally killing 17 people over the last 18 months, highlighted a plan to crack down on the gang violence and enforce immigration policies to prevent these scum wafers from illegally entering the United States.

"[MS-13 has] transformed peaceful parks and beautiful quiet neighborhoods into blood-stained killing fields. They're animals. We cannot tolerate as a society the spilling of innocent, young, wonderful vibrant people . . . " The audience cheered in approval, in spite of his sentence structure, because he actually wants to do something for the American people.

It sucks to spill people, and POTUS is very very keen on not spilling them.

Despite Mr. Trump's pledge to stop the killings and stop the spillings and keep America safe again from gang members, several leftist outlets was somehow making MS-13 "stronger" with his words.

How that's possible is anybody's guess, but the left would have something negative to say even if Trump cured Alzheimer's, "Now all those poor old folks who had Alzheimer's are going to remember all the terrible times in their lives. He should have left it alone."

Crappy News Network (CNN) said Trump's speech was "emboldening" MS-13, allowing the group to more readily recruit members. Yes, just like saying ISIS is a horrible, violent and disgusting organization will get people to turn to orthodox Islam and go on beheading sprees.

Neurotic CNN leftist Dan Lieberman interviewed two gang members, who one day hope to get their photos on Rolling Stone magazine like Tsarnaev, the Boston Marathon bomber. The gang members complained to Lieberman that "murders from MS-13 don't only hurt one family, but hurt both."

"I started growing up in that type of neighborhood. I didn't really get love from my family. Where I grew up, [MS-13] were there, almost all of them," one gang member told Lieberman. "They seemed like really nice people. They were there for me through tough times [like when he wanted to have a classmate killed with a bat for not letting him cheat from his answer sheet they killed the guy for him]."

One media outlet, Vox, tried to twist Trump's words to make it seem as if he believed all illegal immigrants were "subhuman."

It's really disgusting.

Slate's Jamell Bouie said Trump's words on MS-13 and illegal immigration are used to "make white people afraid."

So Jamell's default position, like most leftists who have no solutions to actually offer for any problem is to pull the race card.

Hopefully, liberals and independents will see through the bull crap, but I'm not counting on it anytime soon. They don't get the news the left-leaning media doesn't want them to see.

The Dumbest reporter ever

A so-called reporter from Indiana made a stupid, derogatory comment about a maritime disaster in the annals of the U.S. Navy.

Gov. Eric Holcomb (R-IN) attended the 72nd reunion of survivors of the USS Indianapolis. The ship was sunk in 1945 by a Japanese submarine and Smithsonian Magazine estimates that as many as 150 sailors died from shark attacks.

The Governor tweeted:
"I was awestruck to hear the stories and meet the survivors of the #USSIndianapolis at their 72nd reunion."
Dan Carden, the "reporter," for The Times of Northwest Indiana, a man who can only be described as a thoughtless schmuck, responded to the governor's tweet:
"It has got to be a coincidence that they do this during Shark Week, right?" 
 The reporter has since awakened from his sleep in the land of Stupid.

FLASH: Scaramucci is out!

DEVELOPING: Anthony Scaramucci is out as the White House communications director. It only took a week for another change in the staffing as people are coming and going like Grand Central Station.

Apparently, White House Chief of Staff John Kelly made the call, but this is tentative and not fact.

To the dismay of leftist progressives, Donald J. Trump remains as President of the United States and Hillary Clinton is not.

Sean Spicer is still aboard and it is possible he will stay on as communications director. But again, this is tentative as well.

Scaramucci is going back to SkyBridge Capital, the company he founded, according to my source, Vinny Boombots.

As this story develops and Vinny sobers up, more will follow. 

Sunday, July 30, 2017

State Dept. calls ISIS genocide 'not nice'

Killing Christians--not genocide
Leftist lawyers from the State Department are removing the word "genocide" in documents and speeches regarding the genocide of Christians, Yazidis and everyone they can kill who doesn't practice Islamic State's (aka ISIS, Daesh) style of Islam. according to The Washington Free Beacon.

The Beacon cites human rights activists and attorneys familiar with the dhimmie policies of the State Department as their sources. 

According to Nina Shea, an international human rights attorney and director of the Hudson Institute's Center for Religious Freedom, Richard Visek is the dhimmie responsible for the policy. Visek is not only an Islamic State apologist and dhimmie, this Obama appointee is the head of the State Department's Office of Legal Adviser.

And why Trump hasn't canned his butt is a mystery.

Even then Secretary of State John Lurch Kerry announced that Islamic State was responsible for the mass slaughter of Christians, Yazidis and other ethnic groups. Even Kerry, can you imagine that?

"Daesh is responsible for genocide against groups in areas under its control, including Yazidis, Christians and Shia Muslims," the Vietnam traitor said. "Daesh is genocidal by self-proclamation, by ideology and by actions, by what it says, what it believes and what it does," the world's leader in boring speakers professed.

James Taylor agreed and broke out in song.

So what is genocide? Let's look it up, boys and girls.

genocide: noun--the deliberate killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation.

Designating the IS slaughter as genocide, which it clearly is, helps direct relief funds and efforts to these beleaguered peoples and potentially single them out for preferential immigration.

But let's face it, Yazidis and Iraq/Syrian Christians aren't illegal immigrants so they don't get preferential treatment from liberals.

When Obama was in office, of the 10,000 immigrants admitted from war-torn Syria in fiscal 2016 (1,000 above the quota), only 56 of them were non-Muslim. Fifty-six out of 10,000!

In a trial concerning a related issue, a federal judge chastised the Obama administration for this immigration policy. "To date, there has not been a good explanation for this perplexing discrepancy," Judge Daniel Manion wrote.

"I don't think for a minute it's a bureaucratic decision--it's ideological," said Shea.

"Allahu Akbar!" said Obama.

U.S. Navy's warning shot in Gulf 'unprofessional' terrorist says

It's time to kick butt and take dog tags, except Islam hates dogs and Iran is Islamic, so maybe we have to take pussycat tags from those miserable terrorists.

The USS Nimitz, accompanied by another U.S. vessel, fired a warning shot Friday as a helicopter hovered over the Iranian ships near an Iranian oil-drilling platform in the Persian Gulf, Iran's state fake news agency said Saturday.

The U.S. ships left the area afterward, according to that report, making it sound like our Navy has nothing better to do than to harass Iran's ships.

Three days prior to this incident, a similar incident took place with the USS Thunderbolt and an Iranian vessel that ignored repeated radio calls, a warning flare, the wild, frantic waving of arms to turn, turn,  and finally a warning shot as the Iranian vessel ignored us.

It would be laughable to think that they, a bonafide terrorist nation, has the audacity to call the U.S. Navy's response "unprofessional," but they are too crazy and we need to take their craziness seriously, as we do with North Korea.

There have been about 60 unsafe interactions with Iranian ships in the Gulf since 2015, when they first knew they could get away with it on Obama's watch.

On Friday, we imposed new sanctions on Iran, targeting six Iranian subsidiaries of the Shahid Hemmat Industrial Group, known to torture puppies and hit girls.

The catalyst for these sanctions was Iran's missile launch on Thursday, which happily failed miserably, but shows that when they chant "Death to America! Death to Israel!" they're not kidding. It's believed Iran plans to build an intercontinental ballistic missile with nuclear carrying capability.

Hopefully, POTUS will continue to be tough on the Islamic nation of Iran. If they continue harassing our naval vessels, we need to show them a strong, uncompromising reaction.

Maybe we need to do some serious chanting ourselves.

Palestinians, metal detectors and balderdash

Palestinians protesting metal detectors
days after they were removed
Israel has been under great pressure to remove the metal detectors and cameras they installed at the Al Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem after three terrorists went on a jihad-spree earlier in July that killed two Israeli Druze police  officers. 

The weapons used by the Arab-Israeli terrorists were hidden inside the mosque. The Palestinian Authority (PA) called on Muslims to boycott the site and launch "days of rage" against the Jewish state.

But  nevertheless, after pressure from the Muslim world and international community, Israel removed the bomb, knife and firearm detecting devices and cameras in yet another attempt to appease "the unappeasable" Palestinians. 

The Palestinians claimed the metal detectors were a "desecration" of the mosque, which is located on the holiest site in the Jewish religion and only the third holiest for Muslims.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan denounced Israel and called on Muslims to "protect" Jerusalem, as if they were there before the Jews. 

And even after the metal detectors were removed days before, Palestinians continued to protest Israel's installation of metal detectors at the entrance to the Temple Mount, the Jewish holy site. 

They just needed a reason to protest the existence of the Jews.

One Palestinian teenager posted on his Facebook page his intention to become a "martyr," just before he entered the home of a Jewish family in the West Bank. He slaughtered three household members and the kid was wounded and sent to an Israeli hospital to be treated for his wounds. 

While the teen received treatment, the PA celebrated his attack and put into motion the mechanism to set him up with a monthly salary of over $3,000 for his attempt to become a "martyr" through murdering Jews.

On July 23, a terrorist in Jordan, the country with religious custodianship over the Temple Mount through the Islamic Waqf, attacked an Israeli security guard at the Israeli embassy compound in Amman.

The guard shot him in self-defense but caught another Jordanian in the crossfire.

In a deal between Israel and Jordan, the guard and other embassy staff who had been placed in custody, were released in exchange for a promise to remove the metal detectors at the Temple Mount.

But let's get serious. The metal detectors had nothing to do with why PA President Mahmoud Abbas' Fatah faction and Hamassholes pissed off fellow Muslims. 

The truth is, the detectors were installed to protect everyone entering the holy site, where only Muslims are allowed to pray, while Christians and Jews may only visit under strict surveillance.

The real reason for the relentless incitement against Jews--this time over the use of metal detectors--is merely an excuse to claim that Israel is attempting to change the "status quo" on the Temple Mount, and that it disgraces Islam and hurts the Palestinians whom the world wants to defend against "evil Israel" (aka Jews).

Metal detectors have been installed at prominent mosques all over the Middle East along with more than 5,000 surveillance cameras, not to mention over 100,000 security personnel! They monitor pilgrims going to Mecca in Saudi Arabia during Hajj. 

Even at Jerusalem's Western Wall, another Jewish holy site, people must pass through metal detectors before entering the plaza--but this is taken for granted and the PA doesn't complain (or hasn't yet).

The PA simply uses low-information Palestinian folks as pawns for their bigger agenda, which is to obliterate Israel through delegitimization.

Saturday, July 29, 2017

The Mooch's wife files for divorce

In a blockbuster of a leak, it was learned that the wife of White House communications director and "Ax-Man" Anthony Scaramucci has filed for divorce, according to a report in the New York Post

Scaramucci, 53, has been married to Deidre Ball, 38, for three years and they have two adorable children together.

Deidre worked as vice president for SkyBridge Capital, a firm "Mooch" founded.

It isn't known when the papers were filed but in a tweet, as is the custom of the White House administration, Scaramucci didn't deny the story. He did, however, ask that the press not cover his family which was followed by a blitzkrieg or RTs with LOLs and happy-face avatars. 

"Leave civilians out of this. I can take the hits, but I would ask that you would put my family in your thoughts and prayers & nothing more," he said.

Rumor has it that the media is praying for Sacarmucci's family--praying they can dig up some dirt on them and get more information about why the divorce was filed.

The Mooch made news this week after being quoted by the New Yorker using vulgar language about former White House chief of some staff Reince Priebus. The "brothers" had been feuding a lot lately.

Scaramucci didn't deny the vulgar language reported by the magazine.

The announcement by President Trump came on Friday that Priebus was leaving the White House, but he had secretly turned in his resignation the prior day. Interestingly, that was never leaked, so it is thought-provoking that Priebus may have been the leaker all along.

Rep. John Delaney throws his hairpiece into the ring for 2020

Before you know it, 2020 will be here and the next presidential election will take place. The third richest congressman ($91.68 million), John Delaney (D-Md.) has already thrown his hat into the ring to run against Donald Trump.

"I'm running for president," he tweeted Friday.

In a Washington Post opinion piece he cited the Democratic Party's "recent electoral failures" calling for a "different approach--one that's focused on the facts and the future."

He considered running against Maryland's popular Republican Governor Larry Hogan, but he probably figured he's lose so he might as well lose in 2020 to Trump.

The 54-year-old Delaney has a very typical Democratic voting record.

He voted against Kate's Law, sparked by Kathryn Steinle, a 32-year-old who was shot  and killed by an illegal immigrant, Juan Francisco Lopez-Sanchez on July 1, 2015. 

The bill specifies that any undocumented immigrant who was deported from the U.S. and attempts to re-enter shall be subject to a fine and not more than 2 years imprisonment. If the illegal immigrant has been deported on multiple occasions and attempts to re-enter they will be subject to a fine and not more than 19 years imprisonment. Furthermore, there are to be increases in the criminal penalty for previously deported illegal immigrants to re-enter the U.S. and have a criminal history.

He voted against the Thin Blue Line Act, which authorizes the death penalty in the case of murder or attempted murder of a police officer, correctional officer, firefighter, or other first responder if the crime occurred while the person was engaged in official duties; because of those official duties; or because of such individual's status as a public official or employee.

He voted against Make America Secure Appropriations Act. The bill appropriates $789 billion for the Department of Defense for fiscal year ending on September 30, 2018.

He voted against No Sanctuary for Criminals Act

This bill prohibits federal funds for a minimum of one year to any state not in compliance with the provisions of the Act, and authorizes the Secretary of Homeland Security to withhold the transfer of any undocumented immigrant in the custody of the DHS to any state or political subdivision found not to be in compliance. It also authorizes law enforcement officials to detain an individual in violation of any criminal or motor vehicle law in order for the Secretary to issue a detainer regarding the individual if there is probable cause to believe that the individual is an undocumented immigrant.

He voted against the Honest and Open New EPA Science Treatment Act of 2017.

Prohibits the EPA Administrator from proposing or disseminating any covered action unless all scientific and technical information used is: a) the best available science; b) specifically identified; and c) publicly available online and accessible for independent analysis and substantial reproduction of the research results. Yes, it's called replication.

It also requires any personally identifiable information, trade secrets, and communication or financial information obtained from an individual and classified as privileged or confidential to be redacted prior to public availability. No more anonymous input or input that cannot be verified.

So Delaney is much an obstructionist as the rest of the lefties doing all they can to stop the business of Trump's administration. There are no surprises with Delaney. 

He's anti-gun, anti-border security and totally anti-Trump.

Tillerson shills for Muslim Brotherhood, Qatar

President Trump has thus far talked a good game about radical Islamic terrorism, but he has yet to designate the Muslim Brotherhood (MB) as a Foreign Terrorist Organization as he was expected to do.

The designation falls under the job description of the Secretary of State, Rex Tillerson. But Tillerson has chosen the MB and its backers in Qatar and Turkey over their Arab rivals. In fact, Tillerson has only negative things to say about the idea of designating them a Foreign Terrorist Organization.

Tillerson's main talking point is that the MB's political parties have representatives in governments in Turkey and Bahrain, which is irrelevant. Bahrain has banned the Brotherhood and the U.S. would not deal with Lebanon since it has Hezbollah in it, a designated Foreign Terrorist Organization.

The Secretary of State also spouted the same "non-violent" and "moderate" Brotherhood propaganda and claimed the Brotherhood's political parties in governments "have become so by renouncing violence and terrorism."

That's bull crap and it was bull crap when Obama said it. 

Now that Trump is in office and has said all the politically incorrect things one can say about Islamic terrorism, you would think his Secretary of State would be honest too, but perhaps Trump didn't quite know what he was getting with Tillerson. 

The disappointment in Tillerson's position is exacerbated by the fact that now is an opportune time to designate the MB as a Foreign Terrorist Organization. 

Again, Trump said he would but he hasn't. 

The Arab world is pressuring Qatar over its support of the MB and other jihadists. Those Arabs wonder where we stand since our president and our Secretary of State are on opposite sides of the fence on this issue.

Patrick Poole, a counter-terrorism expert, asserts that Tillerson is "sabotaging" Trump's foreign policy. Poole would like to see Tillerson do a "Priebus" and don't let the door hit him on his way out.

Here we have Trump expressing his support for those Arab nations taking measures against Qatar and unequivocally describing them as a major terrorism funder. Tillerson describes Qatar as "very reasonable" in his reaction to Arab pressure.

Tillerson was formerly the CEO of ExxonMobil, a company that is also a member of the U.S.-Turkish Business Council. The chairman is Ekin Alptekin, the same businessman who's at the center of controversy regarding former National Security Adviser General Michael Flynn.  

Alptekin's company contracted with Flynn for $600,000 to promote Erdogan government's interests. Flynn's firm registered as a lobbyist but didn't register as a foreign agent--that was the problem that got Flynn in trouble and fired from the Trump administration and replaced by General H.R. McMaster.

There's no proof of direct dealings between Tillerson and Alptekin, but ExxonMobil's involvement in the U.S.-Turkish Business Council is a good indication how Tillerson's previous relationship with Turkey's government may influence his behavior.

While Erdogan had few defenders, he certainly had one in Tillerson.

At the beginning of July, Tillerson went to Istanbul to receive an award from the World Petroleum Congress where he openly praised those who defended Erdogan against a coup attempt last year. He even went so far as to describe the Islamist theocratic dictatorship as a democracy. 

He said:
"Nearly a year ago, the Turkish people--brave men and women--stood up against coup plotters and defended their democracy. I take this moment to recognize their courage and honor the victims of the events of July 15, 2016. It was on that day that the Turkish people exercised their rights under the Turkish constitution, defended their place in a prosperous Turkey, and we remember those who were injured or died in that event."
Although Tillerson condemned the Turkish security personnel who violently attacked protesters in Washington D.C. in May, something any public official would do, when it comes to difficult issues, Tillerson sides with Turkey and Qatar, contradicting President Trump, who selected him for Secretary of State.

Even when it comes to the Kurds, our closest allies in fighting Islamic State, Tillerson's State Department sided with Turkey in criticizing the Iraqi Kurds' referendum on independent statehood, implying his opposition to Kurdish independence.

Trump was elected for change, but Tillerson is not the man for the job. Nothing has changed and maybe it's worse.

Friday, July 28, 2017

Obama official made 'hundreds of unmasking requests'

In the final year of Obama's failed presidency, one of his officials made "hundreds of unmasking requests" according to a letter from a top Republican who raised concerns that the requests were made for "improper purposes."

"Unmasking" refers to a formal request to identify Americans in an intelligence document.

Devin Nunes (R-Calif.), the House Intelligence Committee Chairman, has questioned whether the unmasking was improperly sought by Obama officials in unmasking the names of the Trump transition team.

The person he seemed to be referring to regarding the hundreds of unmasking requests is Samantha Power. 

"[T]his Committee has learned that one official, whose position has no apparent intelligence-related function, made hundreds of unmasking requests during the final year of the Obama Administration," Nunes wrote to Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats.

Nunes wrote that only one request "offered a justification that was not boilerplate and articulated why" the identity was needed for official duties.

Three top Obama administration officials were specifically named: Former CIA director John Brennan; former national security adviser Susan "It Was The Video" Rice; and former U.N. ambassador Samantha Power.

David Pressman, Power's lawyer, stressed that her responsibilities in her capacity as a member of the National Security Council but said she will cooperate with Congress.

"Ambassador Power strongly supports any bipartisan effort to address the serious threat to our national security posed by Russia's interference in our electoral process, and is eager to engage with the Senate and House committees on the timeline they have requested," he wrote. "While serving as our Permanent Representative to the United Nations and as a member of the National Security Council responsible for advising the President on the full-range of threats confronting the United States, and long before receiving an invitation to engage the Congressional committees, Ambassador Power was unambiguous about her support of bipartisan efforts to determine the full extent of this threat to our national security."

Which is why she unmasked as many Donald Trump campaign team personnel that she could get away with and not raise eyebrows.

Nunes' letter said he plans to introduce a bill requiring "individual, fact-based justifications" for unmasking requests.

"Cabinet members and other senior political leaders cannot be permitted to continue to seek access to U.S. person information within disseminated intelligence reports without documenting a specific, fact-based requirement for the information," he wrote.

Nunes said that "Obama-era officials sought the identities of Trump transition officials within intelligence reports" without offering any "meaningful explanation" as to why they needed or how they would use the information.

Nunes is concerned the information could be used for nefarious purposes, including leaking. He even noted that some of the requests were "followed by anonymous leaks of those name to the media."

So it walks and quacks like a duck.

John Kelly replaces Reince Priebus

It's a fact: John Kelly has replaced Reince Priebus as White House Chief of Staff Except Possibly for Anthony Scaramucci. 

Priebus, it was learned, had secretly resigned on Thursday, and since it didn't leak, it may indicate that "The Mooch" was correct in nailing the leaker.

President Trump made the announcement publicly on Twitter later Friday afternoon.
"I am please to inform you that I have just named General/Secretary John F Kelly as White House Chief of Staff. He is a Great American . . . and a Great Leader. John has also done a spectacular job at Homeland Security. He has been a true star of my Administration."
Kelly is a retired Marine Corps general and formerly commanded the United States Southern Command.

"Reince is a good man," Trump told the media at Andrews. "John Kelly will do a fantastic job. General Kelly has been a star, done an incredible job thus far, respected by everybody. He's a great great American. Reince is a good man."

Scaramucci said of Reince Priebus: "Reince is a f**k**g paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac." 

Mr. Scaramucci is a qualified psycho-diagnostician--he successfully completed Psych 101 and Psych 102 courses.

"I would like to thank Reince Priebus for his service and dedication to his country," Trump tweeted. "We accomplished a lot together and I am proud of him!"

We know that President Trump absolutely requires total loyalty--that's okay--but he needs to give it as well as get it. Let's hope Jeff Sessions the Attorney General, keeps his job.

Petition to Islamic Center of Davis: fire anti-Semitic Imam

"First they came for the Socialists, and I did not speak out--because I was not a Socialist.
"Then they came for the Trade Unionists, and I did not speak out--because I was not a Trade Unionist.
"Then they came for the Jews, and I did not speak out--because I was not a Jew. 
"Then they came for me--and there was no one left to speak for me."--Martin NiemÓ§ller 
Imam Ammar Shahin of the Islamic Center of Davis (ICD) in California has made himself famous for his anti-Semitic rant--a call straight out of the Qu'ran for the murder of Jews. 

The Clarion Project has posted a petition to fire him.

This come after the ICD in a flaming bald-faced lie claimed their anti-Semitic imam wasn't anti-Semitic when he called on Muslims to fight the Jews and Allah to annihilate them. 

Somehow we infidels have taken that out of context.

Shahin's words: "Allah does not change the situation of a people until they change their own situation. The Prophet Muhammed said, 'Judgment day will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews.'"

Perhaps that's taken out of context. Perhaps Shahin meant that Muhammed wants Muslims to delight the Jews with parlor games and halvah. 

He should have been more clear. After all, it's easy to think that someone who then tries to clarify his statement with: "The last hour will not come until the Muslims fight the Jews," said in plain English, might be taken to be anti-Semitic.

Shahin then prayed: 
"Oh Allah, support the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the rest of the Muslim lands. Oh Allah, liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque from the filth of the Jews. Oh Allah, destroy those who closed the Al_Aqsa Mosque. Oh Allah, show us the black day that You inflict upon them, and the wonders of Your ability. Oh Allah, count them one by one and annihilate them down to the very last one. Do not spare any of them."
That's very easy to take out of context and surmise it to be an anti-Semitic diatribe. Of course Shahin only meant it as an 'Allah Joke'. The whole darn thing was taken out of context, according to ICD.

Shahin was very explicit for a "war of faith" against Jews. There was never any mention in his sermon that clarified that he was talking about only some Jews or Zionists, as Breitbart shamefully reported. 

Please consider signing the petition . . . before they come for you and there's no one left to speak for you.

Islamic extremists don't merely hate Jews--they hate all of us who believe differently than they do.

Personally, I would like to see others beside Shahin getting fired--I like to have ICD closely monitored and, if necessary, closed down or have all the staff replaced with Muslims who don't hate everyone else.

GOPers call for 2nd special counsel to probe Clinton and others

The Three Stooges
Republicans are calling on the Justice Department to appoint a second special counsel to investigate the barge-load of 2016 campaign controversies involving Hillary Clinton and the Obama administration. They warn that these questions can't "be allowed to die on the vine" as the Russia probe is going on.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Robert William Goodlatte (R-Va.) and GOP committee colleagues requested in a letter Thursday to Attorney General (for now) Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III and Deputy Attorney General Rod Jay Rosenstein.

"The American public has a right to know the facts--all of them--surrounding the election and its aftermath," they said. "We urge you to appoint a second special counsel to ensure these troubling, unanswered questions are not relegated to the dustbin of history."

They want an entirely separate special counsel probe from Robert Mueller's, particularly since Mueller brought along big Hillary Clinton and Democratic donors as part of his team. They argue that many unanswered questions remain from the 2016 campaign cycle that have been swept under the rug amid the intense focus on Russia.

Here is the request:
1. Allegations that former AG Loretta Lynch instructed then-FBI Director James Comey to downplay the nature of the Clinton email probe
2. The FBI and DoJ's decisions in the course of the email probe, including controversial immunity deals with Clinton aide Cheryl Mills and several others
3. The State Department's involvement in which of Clinton's emails to make public
4. Disclosures in WikiLeaks-released emails regarding the Clinton Foundation and, "its potentially unlawful international dealings"
5. Connections between Clinton officials and "foreign entities" that include Russia and Ukraine
6. Revelations in hacked DNC emails about "inappropriate" coordination between the DNC and Clinton campaign against Bernie Sanders' Democratic primary campaign
7. The "unmasking" of Americans in intelligence documents and possibly related "leaks of classified information" 
8. Comey's admitted leak of details of his conversations with President Trump
9. The FBI's "reliance" on controversial firm Fusion GPS, which was involved in the questionable anti-Trump "dossier" 
The lawmakers wrote that "Our call for a special counsel is not made lightly. We have no interest in engendering more bad feelings and less confidence in the process or governmental institutions by the American people. Rather, our call is made on their behalf. It is meant to determine whether the criminal prosecution of any individual is warranted based on the solemn obligation to follow the facts wherever they lead and applying the law to those facts."

The request comes at a time when AG Sessions is under tremendous pressure from Trump (who sees Sessions as his personal attorney) to revisit last year's controversies over Clinton and Democratic officials. Trump has publicly (aka wrongfully) shamed Sessions over his decision to recuse himself from the Russia probe, which eventuated in Mueller's appointment by Rosenstein.

Sessions admitted to Fox News' Tucker Carlson that the criticism was "kind of hurtful" but defended his decision and said he'd stay on the job as long as Trump allows.

Predictably, the Democrats criticized GOP efforts at obtaining justice in the 2016 controversies, saying that Russia's interference in the campaign is more pressing than putting Hillary and her crew in the slammer just because they broke the law and compromised the country.

The Fusion GPS firm came under renewed criticism this week after a Senate hearing witness alleged they were connected to Russia-backed efforts to fight U.S. sanctions on Russia.

House Judiciary Republicans voted to call an investigation into Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email probe in which she clearly used an illegal private email server which contained high levels of classified documents.

One of the Republicans was Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-FL). "I don't think that the crimes of the prior administration, of Hillary Clinton, the collusion with James Comey and Loretta Lynch should be forgotten just because Hillary Clinton lost the election," he told "Fox & Friends" on Friday, saying too that there seems to be a "double standard in justice."

Scaramucci's vulgar language makes Trump look bad

Photo: Reuters/Carlos Barria
If I used even a smidgeon of the vulgarity the White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci used regarding Reince Priebus Google would shut down this blog. Even if they didn't shut me down you probably would go elsewhere to get your White House information and I wouldn't blame you.

Mooch, as he likes to be called, even made fun of Senior Adviser Steve Bannon in the same interview with Ryan Lizza, writing for the New Yorker magazine. 

In the story published on Thursday, Mooch asks Lizza to tell him who leaked the details of a dinner Trump attended and he goes on to accuse Priebus of being the leaker.

"Reince is a f***ing paranoid schizophrenic, a paranoiac," Mooch told Lizza in a Wednesday evening phone call.

"I fired one guy the other day. I have three or four people I'll fire tomorrow," Mooch said. "I'll get to the person who leaked that to you. Reince Priebus--if you want to leak something--he'll be asked to resign very shortly."

He went on, doing an impersonation of Priebus: "Let me leak the f***ing thihng and see if I can c**k block these people the way I c**k blocked Scaramucci for six months."

Mooch said that unlike Bannon, he's not interested in inflating his profile to the media.

"I'm not Steve Bannon; I'm not trying to suck my own c**k," he said. "I'm not trying to build my own brand off the f***ing strength of the president. I'm here to serve the country."

At least he didn't say he was here to serve the 'f***ing country'.

He accused Priebus of leaking his financial disclosure to the media calling it a 'felony,' but the information was public record, so he was wrong.

"I've called the FBI and the Department of Justice," he said.

"What I want to do is I want to f***ing kill all the leakers and I want to get the president's agenda on track so we can succeed for the American people," he said, and told Lizza that he believed Priebus would resign soon.

Mooch ended the call with Lizza, telling him he needed to "start tweeting some s**t to make this guy crazy."

Interestingly, Scaramucci didn't deny any of the comments he made. "I sometimes use colorful language," he said. "I will refrain in this arena but not give up the passionate fight for @realDonaldTrump's agenda."

Then later on Thursday, Mooch made it sound like it was all Lizza's fault stating that he "made a mistake in trusting in a reporter. It won't happen again."

But whether the reporter was told that it was "off the record" or not, Scaramucci still displayed the unprofessional vulgarity and even homophobia the LBGTQ would say, that should render him wrong for this job.

We all remember what Trump said a few years ago about grabbing women by their genitalia. This echoes the same negativity and likely problems Trump will have in the future. 

Lizza spoke on the Crappy News Network (CNN) saying, "It's not a matter of trust, it's a matter of we as journalists trying to explain who these people are to the American people and when you do an on the record interview with someone, its standard operating procedure that the interview gets reported."

And you really can't disagree with that. Imagine if you, as a journalist, was privy to Sacarmucci's private rants, with all of its anger and vulgarity. If you didn't report it, you'd be guilty of journalistic malpractice.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders defended Scaramucci saying that he gets passionate about his job. 

"This is a guy who sometimes uses colorful--and in many circles, probably not appropriate--language. And he's very passionate about the president, the president's agenda and I think he may have let that get the best of him in that conversation," she said.

That wasn't 'colorful' language, it was highly vulgar and totally inappropriate and cannot be justified, in spite of Sanders' intelligent handling of it.

One White House official leaked concern to Fox News saying, "This is getting out of hand. I am honestly getting concerned for my safety in the office tomorrow. This type of behavior is unbelievable. Working in the White House and something like that is said, it is a disgrace."

Sadly, I agree with the leaker.

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Violence rears its Muslim head at Western Wall

Jerusalem -- Well there you go again. Violence breaks out once again as Muslims who worship the anti-Semitic words of the Qu'ran throw stones at the Western Wall as Israeli police fire stun grenades in violent dispute over basically nothing but more security to protect Muslims from their own violence.

Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets in addition to the stun grenades following an 11-day boycott imposed on worshippers by the Palestinian Authority who try to blame it on the Jews. The Palestinians retaliated by throwing stones, which they are quite good at with all the practice they get with their women targets.

Red Crescent said it all began when Israeli troops closed one of the gates to the Haram al-Sharif compound after Muslims murdered two police over a week ago.

The head of the Arab League warned that attempts to control religious sites in Jerusalem will risk a "religious war," something that Muslims have been waging ever since Mohammad, their prophet, was married to his 9-year-old child bride Aisha. 

The mosque has been at the center of an Israeli-Palestinian standoff over Israeli security installations that include metal detectors and cameras, which have since been removed. 

When Israel installed the devices after Israeli Arabs show and killed two police officers, the Palestinians were upset that they were protecting themselves under the guise that the Israelis were attempting to gain further control over the site.

They couldn't care less.

So the Palestinians had been praying in Jerusalem streets, in a scene right out of Dearborn, Michigan. Blocking traffic, heads down on the ground, butts to the sky, as they block traffic in a display of resistance.

Saying that Israel is 'playing with fire and will only ignite a religious war and shift the core of the conflict from politics to religion," said Ahmed Abul Gheit.  But Muslims have been waging a religious war since they made the pilgrimage from Mecca to Medina, when Mo's army was ten thousand strong, rather than two hundred and fifty weak.

This has always been an anti-Semitic, anti-Christian, anti-infidel war. Who the hell are they trying to fool?

As they entered the Al Aqsa Mosque the worshippers shouted, "Allahu Akbar" meaning "Allah is greater." 

Pakistani council orders "revenge rape" of innocent 16-year-old girl

Islamabad--very bad--When entering Pakistan it is necessary to set your watches and clocks back 1400 years if you want justice Islam style

Pakistani police arrested 25 members of an informal village council composed of Muslim men (only) who are accused of ordering the rape of a 16-year-old girl as revenge for her brother's alleged sexual assault of another girl.

You may think that it's unfair to the girl who did nothing wrong, but you might feel differently if you valued your cattle more than females.

The Supreme Court requested a report on the case, which was very similar to a case from 2002 in which another teenager was gang-raped on the orders of a local council. In both cases, none of the men on the councils were related to the girls.

"A total of 29 people were involved in this ghastly crime, and we have 25 of them in our custody," Multan City Police Officer Ahsan Younus told Reuters via phone on Thursday.

In early July, a local council in Multan was called after a family accused a 16-year-old boy of raping a 13-year-old neighbor child. 

The village idiots ruled that the sister of the boy should be handed over to the victim's brother to be raped and the punishment was carried out on July 17 after the family handed the girl over.

The case came to focus when both families filed criminal charges with the police accusing the other family's son of rape. After both sides were questioned, it was soon clear that it was the village elder idiots who came up with the genius plan, and all of them have been arrested because it's bad for tourism.

In Multan, if you are run over by a guy driving a camel, your family is permitted to run over the driver's sister with a camel of the same approximate size.

Both the victims and their mothers have been sent to a women's protection center.

Pakistan has a centuries-old tradition of quick, often crazy justice handed down by gatherings of local cretins known as jirgas (pronounced 'jerks') or panchayats (pronounced 'jerks') seen by many low-functioning villagers as preferable to actual formal legal justice.

In much of Pakistan, jirgas are tolerated but not recognized by the formal courts and police.

The jirgas and the practice of "revenge rape" drew international attention in 2002 when a local woman, Mukhtaran Mai, was ordered gang-raped by jirgas for a male relative's alleged crime.

Mai had the courage to file criminal charges against her attackers, and sex men were convicted and sentenced to death later that year, though five were later freed on appeal.

Mai eventually became the high-profile campaigner for women's rights in Pakistan.

Mai oh Mai.

Canada: Former mayoral candidate charged with hate for criticizing Christianity

Photo: Global News
Ontario, Canada -- A former Mississauga mayoral candidate Mohammed Mahmoud Muhamed, 45, whose online posts targeting Christians prompted complaints, was arrested for "hate-motivated crime," Peel Regional Police said.

Muhamed was charged with a single count of willful promotion of hatred following what a statement called "a lengthy investigation into numerous incidents reported to police."

The Democracy Can Go To Hell Report website where Muhamed posts his radio-host style videos, many of which are aimed at the Christian faith, particularly the Amish, remained online after the arrest.

The last episode, which broke his camel's back so to speak, was a rant he made about the disgusting behavior of the Amish regarding 'sparking,' a practice many Muslims want to ban but are afraid of the consequences they might have heaped upon them by angry Amishists.

Amish terror in Canada is clearly on the rise, eh.

The devout Muslim man was charged under a section that outlaws the promotion of "hatred against any identifiable group" other than in private conversation and determine by any individual who feels 'unsafe' and cannot find his or her 'safe space.'

If convicted, Muhamed (who likes to be called "Mohammad" with an 'a') faces up to two years imprisonment if convicted.

The charge was approved by the Ontario Attorney General's office, which has the final say as to how they feel about hate crimes prosecutions. Muhamed is scheduled to appear in Brampton court on Monday and Christians, particularly Amish, have been holding vigils near the courthouse.

"This charge is long overdue," said John Smith, executive director of the National Council of Canadian Christians. "We welcome this development as an important step towards safeguarding our communities from unchecked hatred that both harms social cohesion and threatens the safety of community members, especially the Amish ones.
The future problem?

Muhamed couldn't be reached for comment but a recorded message on his phone merely mentioned that his Twitter and YouTube accounts have been suspended.

In recent months, Muhamed has become known for his remarks about Christians, particularly in his opposition to weekly Christian prayers in Peel district schools. In fact, Muhamed first offered a reward of $1,000 and then $2,500 for a recording of "hate speech" during or after "The Lord's Prayer."

"Today the Christian community of Peel can sleep safer knowing that there are consequences for promoting hatred and inciting violence against us," Father John Bishop said. "We hope that these charges will serve to deter future Islamic assaults on our community."

For the real story, as opposed to this satirical piece, click here.

The "Mooch" scream-tweets "felony" leak

President Trump's second in command (apparently) and Communications Director, Anthony Scaramucci, tweeted a promise to contact the FBI over what he termed a "felony" leak of his financial information. The "Mooch" has since deleted his tweet, but it created speculation that the message was intended for Chief of [some] Staff Reince Priebus.

The deleted tweet read:
"In light of the leak of my financial disclosure info which is a felony, I will be contacting @FBI and the @JusticeDept #swamp @Reince45."
Scaramucci tweeted this after a Politico report on his financial holdings was published, showing he earned $4.9 million from his ownership stake in SkyBridge and over $5 million in salary between Jan. 1, 2016 and the end of June when he joined the Export-Import Bank.

The fact that he included Priebus' twitter handle gave the impression he was suspicious of him and was asking the FBI to probe Priebus. However, Scaramucci denied this after deleting the tweet and tweeting:
"Wrong! Tweet was public notice to leakers that all Sr Adm officials are helping to end illegal leaks. @Reince45."
In an interview with Fox News' Hannity, 'for you, the American people,'  on Wednesday, Scaramucci said "we're going to let people go if we have to."

"One of the big problems that I'm discovering is that senior people are really the guys doing the leaking and they ask junior people to leak for them," he told Hannity, a guy who has nothing negative ever to say about President Trump and would gladly take a bullet for him.

Following Scaramucci's appearance, Justice Department spokeswoman Sarah Isgur Flores issued a statement vowing to pursue these cases:
"We have seen an astonishing increase in the number of leaks of classified national security information in recent months. We agree with Anthony that these staggering number of leaks are undermining the ability of our government to function and to protect this country. Like the Attorney General has said, 'whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail,' and we will aggressively pursue leak cases wherever they may lead."

Although Scaramucci called his leaked financial information a felony, it's likely not, because the information is publicly available.

No Moochelle, we don't like you because you're detestable

"All this for a flag?"
Whenever Barack Obama went up against anyone who disagreed with his leftist policies, he reached into his back pocket and pulled out the race card. Sometimes he was quite vociferous but usually he was subtle in his claim.

"I think there's a reason why attitudes about my presidency among whites in northern states are very different from whites in southern states."

Obama used racism because, like Islamophobia, it tended to shut off the real debate and put the "offender" on defense. It's right out of "Rules for Radicals," by Saul Alinsky.

Rule number four states: "Ridicule is man's most potent weapon." Therefore just pull out the race card and you win every time . . . if we conservatives keep playing this game.

Michelle Obama, who identifies as a woman, made her largest public appearance since Barack thankfully left office. She spoke before 8,500 people at the Women's Foundation of Colorado's 30th anniversary in Denver.

Lauren Casteel, the foundation president claimed Mooch broke the glass ceiling as the first black lady, but asked about the fallout that came of it, the Denver Post reported.

"The shards that cut me the deepest were the ones that intended to cut," she said, referencing being called an ape and people talking about her bottom. "Knowing that after eight years of working really hard for this country, there are still people who won't see me for what I am because of my skin color."
Gag me with a spoon.
She said she can't pretend like it doesn't hurt because that lets those who do the hurting off the hook.
"Women, we endure those cuts in so many ways that we don't even notice we're cut," she said. "We are living with small tiny cuts, and we are bleeding every single day. And we're still getting up."

The poor thing. 

"Michelle Obama is part of the affirmative action generation of above-average but far-from-stellar performers who were granted preferential admission to America's most elite institutions," Dinesh D'Souza wrote in 2008.

And even when she was an undergraduate, he thesis was primarily concerned about the trials and tribulations of being a black woman at an Ivy League University.

Here is a typical passage of her "poor me":
"By actually working with the Black lower class or within their communities as a result of their ideologies, a separationist may better understand the desperation of their situation and feel more hopeless about a resolution as opposed to an integrationist who is ignorant to their plight."
No Mooch--we don't hate or dislike you because you're black. Your skin color has no bearing on who you are inside. We dislike you because you are dislikable. 

You made millions as the wife of a government worker. You have taken lavish vacations on the taxpayer's money and we don't even hate you for that. 

We're just sick and tired of your whiny bull crap and how much of a racist you are, because that's all you ever focus on and how you divide us, just like your husband did.

Sarah Palin going after the "Gray Lady"

Photo: Fox News
Sarah Palin plans to subpoena about two dozen New York Times staffers in her defamation lawsuit against the canary cage liner.

Lawyers for The Times arguing for the case to be dismissed said that Palin's lawyers served notice that she plans to subpoena "23 non-party current and former Times reporters, editors and other employees--most of whom had nothing to do with the editorial issue," as per the court documents obtained Wednesday by the New York Post.

The former governor of Alaska's legal team apparently plans to ask the "Gray Lady" to produce "every internal communication it has has since 2011," in order to obtain "documents that might reveal, among other things, their 'negative feelings' toward her," the Times told the judge on Wednesday.

The so-called 'paper of record' had no comment.

Palin's lawsuit stems from a Times editorial on June 14, just a few hours after House Majority Whip Steve Scalise (R-La.) was shot and seriously wounded at a Republican congressional baseball practice in Alexandria, Va. Ms. Palin alleges the editorial tied her to the January 2011 shooting of Rep. Gabrielle Giffords (D- Ariz.). 

The editorial, attributed to the Times' editorial board titled "America's Lethal Politics," initially linked Palin's rhetoric to the shooting that killed six people and wounded thirteen others, including Giffords.

The Times posted a correction the following day, admitting that "no such link was established," and at least a dozen people read the correction because that's generally something people skim over or disregard because it's so small and visually insignificant.

In addition, the editorial claimed, wrongfully, that an ad from Palin's political action committee put "Giffords and 19 other Democrats under stylized crosshairs" [apparently suggesting they were being targeted with a rifle scope].

The Times also corrected that statement, admitting that the crosshairs on the map targeted "electoral districts, not individual Democratic lawmakers."

Well gee, it's almost the same thing . . . if you're the fake news New York Times

The lawsuit stated "The Times used its false assertion about Mrs. Palin as an artifice to exploit the [Scalise] shooting." It added, "The Times published and promoted its editorial board's column despite knowing . . . the false assertion that Mrs. Palin incited [Tucson shooter Jared] Loughner to murder six people. In doing so, the Times violated the law and its own policies."

The substitute pooper scooper has reportedly claimed that Ms. Palin has no case because she can't claim malice, the legal standard for claiming defamation.

Perhaps the NRA can claim malice for her if it's proven she cannot because the Times is no longer unbiased--they clearly have a leftist agenda. But really, they always did.

US imam asks Allah to "annihilate" Jews

Imam Ammar Shahin gave a sermon at the Islamic Center of Davis, California on Friday and asked Allah to liberate the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Israel from "the filth of the Jews." His anti-Semitic words, which would be called hate speech if it were against Islam instead of the Jews, were translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute and cited an Islamic text calling for a Judgment Day fight between Muslims and Jews.

Specifically the scripture says: "Oh Allah, count them one by one and annihilate them down to the very last one. Do not spare any of them," which Shahin quoted, speaking in Arabic and English during his hateful sermon. "Oh Allah, make this happen by our hands. Let us play a part in this. Oh Allah, let us support them in words and in deeds."

Jewish groups have rightfully asked Homeland Security and the U.S. Attorney's office to investigate this imam who asks his congregation to take part in the slaughter.

A video of the sermon was posted on the Islamic Center of Davis' YouTube channel on Friday. Excerpts were translated and posted on the MEMRI website.

The Al-Aqsa Mosque is on a holy site for Jews and Muslims in East Jerusalem. On July 14, 2017 three Arab terrorists killed two Israeli police officers. The shrine was closed for a few days in the aftermath of the Islamic attack and new security measures using metal detectors were put into place to prevent more attacks.

So of course the Palestinians protested the metal detectors claiming that Israel was trying to expand its control over the holy site. And the way Palestinians protested the metal detectors was to prove how much they are needed: some of the worst street clashes in years broke out.

In a statement on its website, the Islamic Center of Davis stood behind Shahin and his words, saying it was taken out of context.

In other words, they are saying that if you look at the entire context of Shahin's sermon, you will see that when he called for the annihilation of all the Jews, he didn't really mean Jews, or he didn't actually mean annihilation. Just look at his sermon, analyze his words, and see for yourself what the context was. 

Nowhere does the scumquat's words explain anything other than his call for killing Jews. Nowhere. That's what full context is--the entire sermon.

To cover their butts, the ICD came out with a statement known as 'taqiyya': "The ICD will always stand against anti-Semitism similarly to how the Jewish community has always stood against Islamophobia in our close knit community," the balderdash statement said. "We have zero tolerance for anti-Semitism or any other form of bigotry."

No, they haven't. If they had zero tolerance they would have admonished the a-hole immediately. But they couldn't because all he was doing was using Islamic scripture, which happens to be anti-Semitic because Mohammed was anti-Semitic.

The taqiyya continued: "MEMRI, an extremist agenda driven organization that supports Israel's occupation of Palestinian land, and other Islamophobic news organizations, accused Imam Shahin of anti-Semitism, quoting edited, mistranslated, passages of the sermon out of context."

Except they didn't.

And there is no such thing as 'Islamophobia'. It's a word used to shut us up, to make us feel like racists over something that has nothing to do with race, but with an angry ideology.

A phobia is an irrational fear. Being afraid of Islamic terrorism isn't irrational--it's reality. And being born a Jew in today's society must be quite difficult even in American culture where anti-Semitism has become cocktail conversation.

Free speech includes what leftists call 'hate speech'. The First Amendment protects that and it should. But this imam is going beyond what the left calls hate speech--he is calling for violence and that needs to be dealt with.

ICD had to go through verbal calisthenics to try explaining away Shahin's words, but the meaning is crystal clear and calls for violence.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center, an international Jewish human rights organization in Los Angeles, has called upon the DHS to investigate the imam for "inciting to murder Jews."

Probably nothing will be done.

Wednesday, July 26, 2017

POTUS wants to ban trannies from military

No more men with women's chromosomes and internal uteruses. No more women whose penises have been removed but still produce sperm cells. No more transgender people whose suicide rate is approximately 40 percent.

President trump tweeted that he wants to ban transgender (aka gender dysphoria; formerly gender identity disorder) people from the U.S. military in any capacity. 

He came to this conclusion after getting advice from his "generals" and analyzing medical costs.

In a Trumpian tweetfest he wrote:
"After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow . . . Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military (sic). Our military must be focused on decisive and overwhelming . . . victory and cannot be burdened with the tremendous medical costs and disruption that transgender in the military would entail. Thank you."
President Trump's tweets came just several weeks after Defense Secretary James Mattis said that he'd give military leaders another six months to review the efficacy of allowing transgender people to enlist in the armed services. That is, they must decide whether it will affect the "readiness or lethality" of the force--the deadline is Dec. 1, 2017.

The National Center for Transgender Equality, an organization advocating for equating this mental illness with normal behavior, said in a statement: "This is worse than don't ask don't tell, this is don't serve, don't serve." The went on to say, "This is an appalling attack on our service members; it is about bigotry rather than military readiness, reason or science. It is indefensible and cannot stand," they insisted.

But Tony Perkins, President of The Family Research Council praised Trump's action.

"I applaud President Trump for keeping his promise to return to military priorities--and not continue the social experimentation of the Obama era that has crippled our nation's military." He went on to add, "The military can now focus its efforts on preparing to fight and win wars rather than being used to advance the Obama [LGBTQ] social agenda."

And the worst part is that these mentally ill gender dysphoric people want the taxpayers to pick up the check for their junk removal and fake penis implants.

While Trump may have tweeted during the campaign season that he would "fight" for the LGBTQ community, the word 'fight' does not mean 'grovel.' 

It also does not mean that Trump's decision will put the LGBTQ people "back in the closet." That's a non sequitur. Transgender people just will not be serving in the military, just like people with other physical or mental disorders cannot serve. 

And they will have to handle their own "gender reassignment," (as if they can actually change their gender--take a biology course, people).

When Mattis was being confirmed, he was asked by New York Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand whether he believed LGBT people should be allowed to serve in the military or if women in combat would undermine the military's lethality.

"Frankly, senator, I've never cared much about two consenting adults and who they go to bed with," Mattis responded.

A RAND study found that there are between 2,500 and 7,000 transgender service member on active duty in the military and another 1,500 to 4,000 in the reserves. According to Wikipedia, there are 1,281,900 active duty military and 811,000 reserves. 

In the best case scenario, that translates to about 0.5% of active military consider themselves the gender they aren't.

Hissy fits to follow.