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Friday, March 10, 2017

The Grand Inquisitor cleans house

Attorney General Sessions asks all remaining Obama-appointed prosecutors to resign:
In a move that will likely provoke further media, and pundit, fury despite it being a routine act that is concurrent with every change in administration, Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked all remaining Obama-appointed U.S. Attorneys for their resignation.

Sarah Isgur Flores, Director of Public Affairs at the Department of Justice, released the following statement:

"As was the case in prior transitions, many of the United States Attorneys nominated by the previous administration already have left the Department of Justice. The Attorney General has now asked the remaining 46 presidentially appointed U.S. Attorneys to tender their resignations in order to ensure a uniform transition. Until the new U.S. Attorneys are confirmed, the dedicated career prosecutors in our U.S. Attorney's Offices will continue the great work of the Department in investigating, prosecuting, and deterring the most violent offenders."

Trump had previously asked the Obama-appointed U.S. attorney in Manhattan, Preet Bharara, to stay on. In addition, the Obama-appointed U.S. attorney in Alexandria, Virginia, Dana Boente, is currently serving as acting deputy attorney general, and Trump has nominated the Obama-appointed U.S. Attorney for Maryland, Rod Rosenstein, for the deputy attorney general, Politico adds.

However, as NBC adds, Preet Bharara is one of the Attorneys asked to resigns, suggesting that something may have changed in the amicable realtionship between Trump and Bharara in the past few months.

The issue of removing U.S. attorneys at the change of administration has been a contentious one in past years. According to Politico, in 2007, President George W. Bush’s administration sought to defend his firing of eight U.S. attorneys by asserting that President Bill Clinton had fired all sitting U.S. attorneys in 1993 “in one fell swoop,” as a top aide to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales put it. However, that was not true. In both the Clinton and Bush administrations, the vast majority of U.S. attorneys were replaced in the first year, the Los Angeles Times reported in 2007. The Clinton team asked for resignation letters in March, but also allowed many prosecutors to stay until their successors were confirmed.
Now we appear to be getting somewhere. Still not tired.

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89 Comments:

Blogger Ingot9455 March 10, 2017 6:21 PM  

If Preet Bharara is getting bored, I'm sure we can rustle up some Special Prosecutor work for him.

For the next eight years.

Blogger Michael Maier March 10, 2017 6:22 PM  

Excuse me? I really would have sworn that Clinton was reported to have FIRED all the US attorneys. Rush Limbaugh even defended his doing so, IIRC.

Anonymous Dan March 10, 2017 6:31 PM  

I only have one requirement for the replacement US attorneys.

All I ask is that they be from Alabama.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) March 10, 2017 6:36 PM  

"by asserting that President Bill Clinton had fired all sitting U.S. attorneys in 1993 “in one fell swoop,” as a top aide to Attorney General Alberto Gonzales put it. However, that was not true. In both the Clinton and Bush administrations, the vast majority of U.S. attorneys were replaced in the first year, the Los Angeles Times reported in 2007. The Clinton team asked for resignation letters in March, but also allowed many prosecutors to stay until their successors were confirmed."


i love how the fake news accuses a Republican of saying things that aren't true ...

and then cite facts which demonstrate that what he said was true.

you don't go about appointing "successors" to people who haven't been fired.

Blogger Cail Corishev March 10, 2017 6:51 PM  

I really would have sworn that Clinton was reported to have FIRED all the US attorneys.

That's how I remembered it too.

you don't go about appointing "successors" to people who haven't been fired.

Oh, so that's the lie-- er, the carefully parsed truth. Clinton did fire (request resignations from) them all in one batch, but allowed some to stay and keep their seats warm until replaced. Yes, that's completely different from this [eyeroll].

Anonymous Grayman March 10, 2017 6:51 PM  

Heads up, take a look at the following link. It's an anarchist/anti-capitalist blog called A Las Barricadas (To the Barricades; a popular leftist/anarchist song during the Spanish Civil War) recently published an interesting take on the black bloc movement. (Black bloc doesn’t refer to a specific organization, but to a tactic and a movement.)

https://barricadasblog.wordpress.com/2017/03/05/on-black-bloc/

See how the "opposition" is thinking

Blogger Cail Corishev March 10, 2017 6:52 PM  

something may have changed in the amicable realtionship between Trump and Bharara

Maybe Trump told Preet he has to go back.

Anonymous WeAreTheWest March 10, 2017 6:53 PM  

With many, many more purgings to come.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 10, 2017 6:54 PM  

A Good First Step.

Moar!

Blogger Ransom Smith March 10, 2017 6:54 PM  

The thing with Preet is surprising. As my understanding was that he had set target on the Clinton Foundation.

That one needs more study.

Anonymous Grayman March 10, 2017 6:56 PM  

Archive link to anarchist site:

http://archive.is/r6llw

Blogger Johnny March 10, 2017 7:03 PM  

According to Rush Limbaugh Trump went into office without being all that partisan. Maybe he has discovered just how partisan Washington is and is firing people regardless of personal merit. Sometimes you got to do what you got to do.

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 10, 2017 7:04 PM  

@Ransom Smith

Indeed....Preet Bharara has a clean reputation as an almost fanatical prosecutor of 'bad guys'. Something's up there.

Anonymous CloseHauled March 10, 2017 7:04 PM  

Wonder if Preet's dismissal is relate to weinergate.

Anonymous JAG March 10, 2017 7:05 PM  

About damn time! I advocated day one that the Trump Admin cancel all Obama EOs, and fire all Obama appointees because you can only trust leftists to be evil pieces of shit.

Blogger Cail Corishev March 10, 2017 7:08 PM  

Preet Bharara has a clean reputation as an almost fanatical prosecutor of 'bad guys'.

The guy was appointed by and working for Obama, right?

Anonymous Avalanche March 10, 2017 7:10 PM  

But wasn't there a LOT of noise during the campaigns about the Weiner laptop / pizzagate and how upset Bharara was with what was on it, and it seemed as if he (and/or the NYPD) was/were going to DO something -- and then everyone shut up as if it had never happened.

Dark silence ever since.

Anonymous BBGKB March 10, 2017 7:15 PM  

Well it might be a good thing they waited until the acid attackers at the inaugural ball got community service while people responding to niglets throwing rocks at their confederate flag bedecked truck got 20years.

interesting take on the black bloc movement...See how the "opposition" is thinking

Another gay site.

Anonymous WaterBoy March 10, 2017 7:24 PM  

Michael Maier @2: "Excuse me? I really would have sworn that Clinton was reported to have FIRED all the US attorneys. Rush Limbaugh even defended his doing so, IIRC."

Yes, Clinton did the same thing, but I don't know that Rush defended it, per se...only that he acknowledged it is a common practice.

From this article:

Limbaugh falsely asserted that Bush had not removed his predecessor's U.S. attorneys, which Limbaugh acknowledged was "standard operating procedure": "[O]ne of the things that new, incoming presidents do is fire all of the sitting United States attorneys. I think there are 93 of them, something like that. Bill Clinton did this. It was one of the first things he did. I mean, it was the first week in office -- canned them and put his own guys in there, standard operating procedure." Limbaugh continued, "Bush did not do this, by the way."

Anonymous A Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 10, 2017 7:27 PM  

interesting take on the black bloc movement...See how the "opposition" is thinking

Kid stuff. The quality of dorm-room bull sessions just hasn't changed in years. They don't even know how to make a Molotov. Hope none of them are Finns, that would be really embarrassing.

Anonymous Daniel H March 10, 2017 7:27 PM  

>>However, as NBC adds, Preet Bharara is one of the Attorneys asked to resigns, suggesting that something may have changed in the amicable realtionship between Trump and Bharara in the past few months.

From what I have read, Bharara has been doing good work. He has been closing in on the nest of corruption that is New York State, Albany politics. He has already claimed scalps. I hope that he is also being encouraged to reapply by Sessions' people.

Anonymous totenkopf March 10, 2017 7:29 PM  

"Now we appear to be getting somewhere"

"despite it being a routine act"

Dumbass.

Blogger JaimeInTexas March 10, 2017 7:32 PM  

Trump needs to fire Comey's ass first and foremost.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan March 10, 2017 7:35 PM  

Being cynical I suspect Preet was cleaning out the NYC Jewish power bloc and their hangers on to be replaced by the Indian power bloc (dot).

Blogger Lovekraft March 10, 2017 7:37 PM  

@ 6 grayman: Possible you could give us the gist so we avoid looking into that pisstank?

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 10, 2017 7:41 PM  

True, Preet Bharara was an Obama appointee, yet he actually was doing his job.

@Avalanche

Yes, that radio-dark silence has me wondering.

@Mr.MantraMan

Ruled over by designated streetshitters or avid Talmudic cheese pizza consumers....What to do, what to do???

Blogger Pteronarcyd March 10, 2017 7:42 PM  

About time. Many more to go across all agencies.

Anonymous Steve Canyon March 10, 2017 7:51 PM  

This and the 4chan capture the flag caper that swapped Shia Labouef's he will not divide us flag with a MAGA hat and Pepe brightened my day.

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 10, 2017 8:02 PM  

Too lazy to search, what month did Bill Clinton fire all the sitting US Attornies? Did he wait this long, or was it earlier? Trump should have demanded resignations the day after his inauguration.

Blogger Eric Mueller March 10, 2017 8:04 PM  

It's about damn time. He seriously needs to clean house of all disloyalists.

Ironically, right before I got to this post in Feedly, a CNN alert popped up about some hate and discontent over firing 68 attorneys.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:04 PM  

getting somewhere?
raid on yemen, u.s. soldier dead.
NATO still conducting exercises in far eastern europe to provoke russia.
u.s. warships still in the baltic and black seas to provoke russia.
the totally predictable carrier group moving toward korea to provoke china
n. korea tough talk bullshit as usual
more bullshit in the south china sea to provoke china
same as the old boss
i told you mattis was a plant
flynn forced out for no reason. the only sensible guy in the bunch.
i really don't care about a few lawyers
bigger picture
go ahead and call me an idiot.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:05 PM  

@22 sycophant

Blogger JP March 10, 2017 8:05 PM  

"Grayman wrote:Heads up, take a look at the following link. It's an anarchist/anti-capitalist blog called A Las Barricadas...

See how the "opposition" is thinking
"

Oh man, that blog is hilarious. I found this gem on another page:
"Parents have authority over their children because the parents can easily call the state to remove individuals off their state-defined, state-protected property. Death to the state, monopoly property, and hierarchical authority."

They're literally just overgrown spoiled brats. There's no thinking involved, just a toddler-style tantrum.

Blogger Lazarus March 10, 2017 8:06 PM  

Daniel H wrote:From what I have read, Bharara has been doing good work. He has been closing in on the nest of corruption that is New York State, Albany politics. He has already claimed scalps.

Big fish or little fish?
I read he was a Shumer pick. You don't want a mole in there screwing up the investigations. Looking like progress is being made while none actually is.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:07 PM  

almost forgot: 2500 marines to syria. clusterfucks all over the map. trump's the president now, right? or is there some sort of grace period?

Anonymous A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents March 10, 2017 8:08 PM  

@32 JP

They're literally just overgrown spoiled brats. There's no thinking involved, just a toddler-style tantrum.


The Soviets used to call them "useful idiots".

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 10, 2017 8:13 PM  

You'll do so much whining you'll get tired of whining, peter blandings.

Blogger Lazarus March 10, 2017 8:13 PM  

Grayman wrote:See how the "opposition" is thinking

This is much better:

http://thepeoplescube.com/

Blogger Johnny March 10, 2017 8:18 PM  

I can still remember getting all pissed off when that useless Bush rolled over on firing some attorneys.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:27 PM  

@36 all due respect to the VFM, but could you explain exactly how pointing out facts is whining. again, all due respect, i envy your VFMhood. educate me.

Blogger Lazarus March 10, 2017 8:35 PM  

peter blandings wrote:@36 all due respect to the VFM, but could you explain exactly how pointing out facts is whining. again, all due respect, i envy your VFMhood. educate me.

The only fact was 2500 marines. The rest was all angst. Plus, they went to Kuwait, not Syria.

Blogger Lazarus March 10, 2017 8:39 PM  

Plus completely off topic. No attorneys mentioned.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:42 PM  

@40 kuwait on their way to syria, a distinction without a difference. the rest was all absolute facts, did you not see the speech and the standing O for the widow? but i yield to your tenure. and i'll try to stop commenting here.

Blogger JWM in SD March 10, 2017 8:50 PM  

It wasn't just weinergate but also Hitlery emailgate too. You notice that nothing happened right?

Blogger roundeye March 10, 2017 8:52 PM  

If Bharah (SP?) In Manhatten is gone I bet DiBlasio is going to be in the clear for his toes to Platinum Partners. That was just too embarrassing to the Orthodox community, even a few went moser.

If DiBlasio is in the clear the Hillary is off to pasture forever.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:55 PM  

@41 "getting somewhere" mentioned. on topic.

Blogger peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:56 PM  

third line from bottom, "lawyers" mentioned.

Blogger JWM in SD March 10, 2017 9:06 PM  

"If DiBlasio is in the clear the Hillary is off to pasture forever."

Care to explain for those of us in flyover and otherwise don't give a shit about Manhattan?

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr March 10, 2017 9:20 PM  

Any President has about 4,000 appointees. They're his lieutenants, charged with implementing policy. When a new President comes in, all those jobs are forfeit. It's customary that if you stay on for any time, you're to obey the new President.

Most of the Obama holdovers are no longer reliable. So Trump is quite properly flushing the system. Good for him...and for career personnel who will get a crack at those positions on a temporary basis.

Blogger Silly But True March 10, 2017 9:20 PM  

"U.S. soldier dead."

I suppose in your mind, WWII was 405,000 x more failing?

The raid yielded valuable information on AQAP, something which those who enlist in that line of work find worth risking their lives for.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash March 10, 2017 9:22 PM  

JWM in SD wrote:Care to explain for those of us in flyover and otherwise don't give a shit about Manhattan?
DiBlasio combines the radical Communism of Bernie with the corporate fellatio of the Clintons.
He's a True Believer Communist Criminally Corrupt Corporate Crony Capitalist Whore.
He's the wet dream of every social justice warrior.

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 10, 2017 9:27 PM  

"Care to explain for those of us in flyover and otherwise don't give a shit about Manhattan?"

It means a bunch of God-Damned Deals were made. The #Pizzagate/human-trafficking/child-sex-slave shit is ending world-wide, but a shit-ton of the elite actors are gonna get off with house-arrests, sipping their tea and live out their lives with no justice done.

Goddammit.....

Blogger Snidely Whiplash March 10, 2017 9:30 PM  

If their endocrine systems were capable of producing wet dreams, that is.

Blogger bob kek mando ( Death To The Boor-geois, Keks To The Lol-etariat ) March 10, 2017 9:30 PM  

34. peter blandings March 10, 2017 8:07 PM
almost forgot: 2500 marines to syria.



Trump campaigned on ending ISIS.

bro, are you mad because he's doing what he said he'd do?

i hate to tell you this but ...

you have not yet begun to whine.

Blogger Lazarus March 10, 2017 9:38 PM  

roundeye wrote:If Bharah (SP?) In Manhatten is gone I bet DiBlasio is going to be in the clear for his toes to Platinum Partners.
Why is he the only guy that can get the job done?

Blogger Cail Corishev March 10, 2017 9:43 PM  

@51, You know all that because an Obama appointee recommended by Chuck Schumer is being replaced by a Sessions pick? That's some impressive Chicken Littling.

Anyone who worked for the Obama/Clinton criminal organization has to be considered suspect, likely compromised at least. A clean sweep is the only sensible thing. If that means you happen to remove a unicorn who was somehow staying clean in the swamp and doing good work, that's a shame, but it doesn't mean his replacement can't pick right up where he left off.

Anonymous Daniel H March 10, 2017 9:55 PM  

@33
>>Big fish or little fish?

Sheldon Silver was a big fish. And when his appeals are exhausted, and he is facing the reality that he will likely spend 90% of his remaining life behind bars, his stature as a catch will grow. Time to squeal.

The biggest fish is Cuomo, likely the Democratic Party's nomination in 2020. Bharara has been tweaking around the edges of Cuomo's circle. Who know what he already knows. He is also feared and loathed on Wall Street. The dude is doing alright in my book.

Blogger Lola Falana March 10, 2017 9:57 PM  

Re: Preet -- Sessions asked for all their resignations. Doesn't mean he's going to accept all their resignations.

SOP when new administrations come in. Ask for all appointed employees' resignations and then inform those who's resignations the new admin accepts.
I bet Sessions doesn't accept Preet's resignation.

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 10, 2017 10:09 PM  

@Cail Chorishev

You are too young for this ride, get off. You didn't read what I said. "It all ends _now_ but most of the bigwigs get off with nothing but a slap on the wrist and forced to live out the remainders of their natural lives under house-arrest....In _exchange_ for turning state's evidence."

I and you and any other normal human being are going to be pissed off about this. How do we reconcile that? How do we never,ever not be paranoid that they might have tricks up their sleeves to snatch children away for their satanic pedo-blood-rituals?

Anonymous JAG March 10, 2017 10:14 PM  

A Most Deplorable Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Cents wrote:@32 JP



They're literally just overgrown spoiled brats. There's no thinking involved, just a toddler-style tantrum.


The Soviets used to call them "useful idiots".


Useful idiots quickly morph into useless eaters after the Revolution.

Anonymous VFM #6306 March 10, 2017 10:15 PM  

Peter Blandings or bandsaw?

Come on everybody!

NAME. THAT. WHINE.

Blogger Happy LP9 March 10, 2017 10:18 PM  

It is nothing violent or oppositional or adverse or even invective but the Obamas appointees do need to resign and leave the POTUS Trump ALONE, just depart, the people, won't tolerate insolence and absurdity, the American pple are done with these critics, they wont win. they wont have a chance.

Anonymous the management March 10, 2017 10:23 PM  

Saying we need to have a U.S. attorney named "Preet" appointed by someone named "Obama" because he's such a great NAxALT individual is a little cucky.

I have never known a dot-Indian (and I've known a few very closely) who didn't harbor a deep and ungrateful resentment toward the whites to whose country they had migrated, in order to get away from the chaotic low-trust shithole that their own people produced.

Anonymous Claymore March 10, 2017 10:52 PM  

For some reason I have AC/DC's Shoot to Thrill running thru my head. Not tired of winning yet. Oh yeah!

Blogger JP March 10, 2017 11:23 PM  

So their choice is either the gulag or the Stalag? I don't envy their options...

Oh well, live by the sickle, die by the hammer.

Anonymous a deplorable rubberducky March 10, 2017 11:26 PM  

Yes, Bill Clinton did absolutely fire _all_ the lawyers. That was one of his first acts. The Clintons, like mob bosses everywhere, were obsessed about getting "their" people in there.

This extended beyond the lawyers. They also took on the White House Travel Office, which is a tougher nut because those guys aren't political appointees but career civil servants. So, the Clintons got their FBI files and used them to besmirch their reputations. They used that the basis to fire them. This action led to two major scandals of the era, Travelgate and Filegate. It was outrageous really, and Hillary was the driving force behind the black ops. She should have been imprisoned then, that would have saved us a lot of trouble for the next twenty years, but no. Ken Starr obtained the goods on her, too, but decided it was too "hot" to indict a sitting First Lady (to the disappointment of many on his staff).

Later, Bush fired eight lawyers. Just eight. And you would have thought he had engineered Kristallnacht by the reaction of the press corps and the congressional Dems. And, Bush didn't fire them right away as he should have. Rather he waited for basis, which he got when those eight guys were found to be overlooking voter fraud investigations and letting things slide. Even so, the GOP cucks did what they do and cucked to the moon. It wound up costing Attorney General Alberto Gonzales his job and a big hit to his reputation -- all of that was bullshit. Thank you, Senator John Sununu, you cucking bastard.

The double standard in all this is outrageous, of course. But Trump should stick to his guns and fire _ALL_ of the lawyers, just like Clinton. Especially the ones in the civil rights division of the DoJ, who are very evil people.





Blogger Cail Corishev March 10, 2017 11:58 PM  

You didn't read what I said.

Um, you do realize we can scroll up and see that's not what you said, right? You can't just stick extra things you didn't say in quotes and say you said them.

The funny thing is, I agree with your larger point: I've always said the most likely thing is still that the bigwigs involved in Pizzagate will get away with it. That's what usually happens, so it's still the most likely thing here. Having Trump and Sessions in charge only raises the chance of justice from zero to possible.

But if the bad guys get away with it, it won't be because an Indian named Preet was asked for his resignation as part of a swamp-draining house-cleaning. That's silly.

Blogger Elder Son March 11, 2017 12:01 AM  

@53 They are not there to "end ISIS". They are there to create a buffer between competing adversaries. A buffer between the coalition of Turkey-led armed rebels fighting the SDF Kurds and, to support the USA backed Syrian Arab Coalition who are opposed to pro Syrian forces.

The whole place is a mess. And it is a mess because of all the different flavors of Turkey backed rebels, and USA backed rebels. The only good guys out of all this, are the SDF's who have handed over large territory controlled by them to the SAA, because the SDF rather have the SAA have it, rather than all these other salad bowl terrorists.

Also a reminder. Everywhere the USA (military/CIA) is in Syria, is everywhere the SAA and Russia are not.

Blogger Elder Son March 11, 2017 12:04 AM  

P.S. Our Obama policy in Syria has not changed. Otherwise, we would not be backing the SAC.

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 11, 2017 12:26 AM  

@Cail Chorishev

You're correct, my train of thought wasn't _absolutely_ fucking perfect for normies or spergs to understand.

Bharara is just one node (but fairly important), I've spent months looking around and have settled down on this....WHICH you agree with....

"
The funny thing is, I agree with your larger point: I've always said the most likely thing is still that the bigwigs involved in Pizzagate will get away with it. That's what usually happens, so it's still the most likely thing here. Having Trump and Sessions in charge only raises the chance of justice from zero to possible."

Stop sperging. We agree on this.

@Elder Son

SAC is dead in the water. We just had several "totally coincidental" strikes that helped the Russians and Syrians.

Anyways, I'm more interested in when we fucking get these kids saved! We got both traffickers and breeders to destroy.

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 11, 2017 12:29 AM  

"Bharara is just one node (but fairly important), I've spent months looking around and have settled down on this....WHICH you agree with...."

That the majority of these bastards are going to get away with it and die in comfortable Mansions under house arrest for the next 100+ years.

Blogger peter blandings March 11, 2017 2:31 AM  

I suppose in your mind, WWII was 405,000 x more failing?
i could make that case, but that WOULD be OT.

The raid yielded valuable information on AQAP
give me a fuckin' break. just like killing osama and getting his drives yielded "valuable information", that somehow didn't stop the slaughter in san bernardino, didn't stop the slaughter in orlando, didn't stop the slaughter at bataclan, didn't stop the slaughter at charlie hebdo, didn't stop the slaughter at nice, didn't stop the slaughter at orlando, didn't stop the slaughter at berlin, to name a few places. this is not WWII where you break a code and win the war. again, all due respect, but i don't think you understand the nature of this particular conflict. we already have all the information we need. what we don't have is the understanding to use it.

Trump campaigned on ending ISIS. bro, are you mad because he's doing what he said he'd do? i hate to tell you this but ...you have not yet begun to whine.

first, there's nothing that can be done in syria or any middle eastern country to end isis. that's not where the problem is. who gives a shit if isis or any of the other inane acronyms is in the middle east? you were probably in favor of the iraq invasion to "end al qaeda". how'd that work out for ya? i hate to tell you this but... you have not yet begun to understand the problem. and the larger theme he campaigned on was to put america first. so why the fuck is he sending carrier groups to the south china sea and korea and sending men into yemen to get killed for nothing. oh wait, we got all that valuable information. i'll remind you of that when the next terrorist attack happens. if you have a case, then make it. snark is not logic.


Anonymous Icicle March 11, 2017 3:12 AM  

Sessions certainly has his work cut out for him.

http://www.thecommonsenseshow.com/2017/02/28/state-department-employee-has-brakes-cut-for-the-second-time-what-she-knows/

Elder Son originally posted this link on the Clinton post, but I'm going to post it a second time because it is important and it seemed to be ignored.

"Following Monika’s revelation, made to me, about the obfuscation of domestic child sex trafficking at the State Department in their brochures, she was harassed by a very mysterious person.

The situataion[sic] was so dire that Monika was advised by the local police to not return home.

* * *

Monika is left with a police department that wants to trace this vehicle to the user who was stalking her. However, they are blocked from obtaining the identity through a federal security block."


I'd say that might be a bit strange, Vox.

Anonymous Takin' a Look March 11, 2017 3:30 AM  

Dude....We know..Kill off (((them))) and their sycophants.
That will end a shit-load of the world's bullshit.

Anonymous Icicle March 11, 2017 3:30 AM  

One of the last comments from the link:

...saw a Youtube video today where some investigative journalist was exposing the funny business of security clearances. It seems that Trump supporters are having their clearances yanked, in order to only have Leftists employed in the government.

Can anyone verify this, or is it just a bunch of nonsense?

Anonymous Icicle March 11, 2017 3:50 AM  

Shit, here's another great comment:

Years ago I worked for the Texas Youth Commission (youth prison system in Texas). I tried to report suspected sexual abuse of youth and got hammered like this lady. When the sexual misconduct became public Jay Kimbro was sent in by Gov. Rick Perry to muddy the waters and misdirect the investigation. The result was only 1 conviction and 1 not guilty at trial. Both of the people tried were little fish not the people at the top. All of the real players walked away.

That link is just a treasure trove of stuff.

Anonymous foo4 March 11, 2017 3:58 AM  

"I have never known a dot-Indian (and I've known a few very closely) who didn't harbor a deep and ungrateful resentment toward the whites to whose country they had migrated"

Too funny and the opposite of reality. Obvious you haven't known (maybe not even ever met) any Indian at all...

Blogger APL March 11, 2017 4:32 AM  

Snidely Whiplash: "Communist Criminally Corrupt Corporate Crony Capitalist Whore"

Fascist, the word you're looking for?

Anonymous TheBoom March 11, 2017 4:49 AM  

Turns out that nice guy Sessions is a lot shrewder than Trump. Trump is holding on to a plethora of Obama appointees and bringing in opponents of his policies (and in some case opponents of him); it may be the undoing of his presidency.

Anonymous TS March 11, 2017 4:54 AM  

@76 "Too funny and the opposite of reality. Obvious you haven't known (maybe not even ever met) any Indian at all..."

"...In order to get away from the chaotic low-trust shithole that their own people produced."

Noticed you didn't comment on the second part of his statement because its true. You don't create a third-whole shit hole by being a bunch of swell guys lying Pudeah.

Anonymous Yann March 11, 2017 5:50 AM  

Now we appear to be getting somewhere. Still not tired.

US is not going anywhere but straightforward to third world.

All this is irrelevant. What matters is demographics, and even if Trump builds a wall, demographics has already changed. This will save some time, but it will change nothing.

Blogger Johnny March 11, 2017 9:19 AM  

Yann wrote:Now we appear to be getting somewhere. Still not tired.

US is not going anywhere but straightforward to third world.

All this is irrelevant. What matters is demographics, and even if Trump builds a wall, demographics has already changed. This will save some time, but it will change nothing.


You could say the same thing about people. In the end we are all dead, so does the life we lead matter? Hey, matters to me.

Blogger Johnny March 11, 2017 9:22 AM  

@66 But Trump should stick to his guns and fire _ALL_ of the lawyers,

Trump is too far outside the Washington establishment to get anything with moderation and he seems to know it. Lets hope he doesn't forget. With the money men in Manhattan he seems ready to deal. We will see how that turns out.

@67 The funny thing is, I agree with your larger point: I've always said the most likely thing is still that the bigwigs involved in Pizzagate will get away with it.

With my view from a distance I would suppose that the way these things work they will get away with it with a little barter trading. While I would truly love to see these people screwed over one has to be practical. So...? I say hammer a few of them just for the fun of it, plus they become the scapegoats for the rest. After that expect accommodation from the rest; or else.

@72 first, there's nothing that can be done in syria or any middle eastern country to end isis.

Just to agree with you, mostly, it is a wack a mole game over there. We could end ISIS I believe, and maybe we should, but that will produced a new variant of the same thing. Trump has my support for now, but he has to not turn this intramural Islamic conflict into 'our war'. In short, send troops if needed, do deals, and don't imagine there will be some grand solution.

Blogger JWM in SD March 11, 2017 10:14 AM  

Johnny wrote:With my view from a distance I would suppose that the way these things work they will get away with it with a little barter trading. While I would truly love to see these people screwed over one has to be practical. So...? I say hammer a few of them just for the fun of it, plus they become the scapegoats for the rest. After that expect accommodation from the rest; or else.



Agreed. Some will escape prosecution and some will be made scapegoats. It's all about leverage. Leverage to fund an infrastructure bank. If they don't want to end up on the wrong side of the "pizza" then maybe they need to "invest" in a small business loans project or infrastructure projects. Otherwise...

Blogger John Williams March 11, 2017 10:50 AM  

You're correct, my train of thought wasn't _absolutely_ fucking perfect for normies or spergs to understand.
Who butt a SJW would combine an attempt to disqualify and projection in one sentence?

Blogger Tom Kratman March 11, 2017 12:19 PM  

@6:

He's not trying to do anything for his side that I'm not tryin g to do for ours. Which kinda makes one wonder a bit...

Anonymous the management March 11, 2017 1:34 PM  

@6 and @86

Reading that article, the Black Bloc seems to rely entirely on their opponents (mainly the police) lacking the will to use serious force - otherwise marbles, slingshots, clubs, screaming, and bonfires would simply be mowed down. It's a dance of provocation, skirting around the edges of the real thing.

The effectiveness of the antifa riot tactics would evaporate the moment the other side takes the gloves off. The questions are will they, and when?

Blogger JWM in SD March 11, 2017 3:41 PM  

That's what their puppet masters want though. They want a violent reaction...violent over reaction that can be blamed on the so called Fascists they projecting onto trump supporters. Theven reactions have to be measured.

Blogger Tom Kratman March 11, 2017 7:53 PM  

@88.

That game's pretty much played out. Those who want to believe the antifas are the good guys will believe it whatever the evidence. Those who do not, won't. The ones in the middle are not so many as they used to be. For them, one keeps one's own camera crews to catch the media in its inevitable lies.

And there are ways to make a violent reaction seem quite restrained, actually.

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