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Sunday, July 03, 2016

The corruption continues

As if we needed more confirmation that there is no rule of law in the USA:
According to sources that are familiar with the FBI’s investigation into Hillary Clinton‘s use of a private email server, the former Secretary of State is not expected to face charges in the probe. This, according to CNN’s Senior Producer Edward Mejia Davis, who took to Twitter shortly ago to indicate the likely announcement of “no charges”:

Edward Mejia Davis @TeddyDavisCNN
Sources tell CNN's Evan Perez: expectation is that there will be announcement of no charges in Clinton email probe w/in next two weeks or so
The world of the 1980s appears to have gone full circle. The Americans are evil totalitarians bent on global conquest through their third-world proxies, the Russians are good guys defending Christianity, and Italy's politicians are less criminal and corrupt than their US counterparts.

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145 Comments:

Blogger FALPhil July 03, 2016 8:14 AM  

Look at the bright side. We are one step closer to the reset button.

Blogger Orville July 03, 2016 8:17 AM  

I saw that Limbaugh was saying the same thing yesterday, "we're being played". I'm still holding out hope that there is a modern day Deep Throat (Mark Felt) in the FBI that will release the details to the public.


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OpenID paworldandtimes July 03, 2016 8:20 AM  

The Americans are evil totalitarians bent on global conquest through their third-world proxies

Alexander Solzhenitsyn hated the Soviet Union but he always loved Russia. With that in mind, I once composed this statement of no-allegiance to the USSA:

"I withdraw allegiance from the death cult of the United States of degeneracy and from the oligarchy it has become, wrecked nation, odious to God, with tyranny and burdens for Whites."

PA

Anonymous stress management July 03, 2016 8:21 AM  

The full circle has a bigger radius than that:

"Therefore the law is paralyzed, and justice never prevails. The wicked hem in the righteous, so that justice is perverted." Habakkuk 1:4.

It's comical that so many conservatives still think the USA is God's gift to world.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore July 03, 2016 8:22 AM  

This is what happens when the executive branch is given the task of conducting a criminal investigation of itself.

Blogger Derek Kite July 03, 2016 8:22 AM  

So do any FBI agents walk out? Does anyone resign in protest?

I would bet a modest amount that the answer is no.

Anonymous Laz July 03, 2016 8:22 AM  

"...and Italy's politicians are less criminal and corrupt than their US counterparts."

Wow! That's pretty bad considering how corrupt you say the Italians are.

Blogger exfarmkid July 03, 2016 8:22 AM  

Donald Trump's relevant tweet:

"It was just announced-by sources-that no charges will be brought against Crooked Hillary Clinton. Like I said, the system is totally rigged!
4:13 PM - 2 Jul 2016"

We do live in interesting times.

Blogger Salt July 03, 2016 8:23 AM  

Alex Jones had an ex Secret Service on who, according to a few of his contacts, said that it's expected Hillary will be indicted. Espionage might even be included according to another article.

Blogger dienw July 03, 2016 8:24 AM  

I'm still holding out hope that there is a modern day Deep Throat (Mark Felt) in the FBI that will release the details to the public.

The Washington Post is not accepting; nor is Woodward: he is more likely to investigate Trump University.

Anonymous Steve July 03, 2016 8:25 AM  

Good news for Trump, I think.

The more obviously disgusting and corrupt the Democratic candidate is, the better his chances in November.

A more affable candidate like Joe Biden would be harder to beat.

Blogger Shimshon July 03, 2016 8:27 AM  

"Don't blame I voted for Ron Paul."

Blogger residentMoron July 03, 2016 8:28 AM  

I think it unlikely the FBI would put themselves in a position to be blamed by millions of outraged Democrats for handing the election to Trump.

It also is clear that the GOP don't really want another Nixonian scandal even though it might benefit them in this case. (Or maybe they'd be less willing to make an accommodation if they had a candidate who was under their control?)

But the people who fund both major parties don't want the system revealed as being as corrupt as we know it to be. Prefer to bluff out the appearance of questionable acts while hiding the evidence as long as possible.

I would prefer to be wrong; this whole email scandal will make a tragic farce of the idea of justice applied to elite crime.

Anonymous Rolf July 03, 2016 8:30 AM  

Given the former UN official that was going testify against her in the near future just died of a crushed throat while working out... er, I mean a heart attack, I'm sure the hint has been taken.

*sigh* I hate having to explain things like this to my kids. They are to young to be cynical.

Blogger Shimshon July 03, 2016 8:30 AM  

It's just the Bifactional Ruling Coalition at work. I wonder how Trump will respond. But at least we know he will respond. McRomney would roll over and say, "See it's nothing, can we just focus on the issues?"

Anonymous Icicle July 03, 2016 8:35 AM  

The world of the 1980s appears to have gone full circle.

This requires Flash Gordon music.

Blogger Orville July 03, 2016 8:35 AM  

@10 The Washington Post is not accepting; nor is Woodward: he is more likely to investigate Trump University.

Different times today. The mainstream media doesn't have a lock on what gets reported. Plenty of other sources like Alex Jones mentioned above.

Trump got huuge mileage out of "rigged system" during the primaries. He'll squeeze that till it bleeds, or till Hillary bleeds.


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Blogger Mr.MantraMan July 03, 2016 8:40 AM  

The D party cargo cult could care less about corruption till they no longer get their cut, simple as that. The great moderates the unsullied by political considerations and other sundry human endeavors generally fall in line with that because the media tells them what to think and what to say. And the conservatives are OK with that because they refuse to actually delegitimize the corporate media, since they hold out hope that one day corporate media will hire them.

Going back to the Clinton derangement syndrome of the perpetual outrage at Clinton antics is a sure fire loser for Trump.

Unless he can pin responsibility upon the individual cult members of the Left, persuade the moderate goofballs that they will suffer economically with Clinton and lastly destroy the legitimacy of the media in the eyes of the StoopidCons Clinton Daily Outrage is nothing but a loser.

Blogger J A Baker July 03, 2016 8:40 AM  

With this current administration Hillary Clinton could shoot someone in public and still no chargers would be brought against her.

Blogger dc.sunsets July 03, 2016 8:41 AM  

The Clinton/globalist oligarch campaign is just the latest, yet massive attempt to kick the credit bubble debt bomb can down the road.

Delusionalists support her like mad.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore July 03, 2016 8:43 AM  

On a related note, I was in the checkout line at the supermarket and noticed the front page of The Nat'l Enquirer. On it was the word "corrupt" in big capital letters beneath a picture of Hillary. There was box of text above that read "Top Aide Exposes Crooked Hillary", and next to that box was a picture of Dick Morris. I later found out that Nat'l Enquirer had hired Dick Morris.

I thought this to be amazing because it was a Hillary attack ad that was not only in every checkout line in my supermarket but in nearly every checkout line in nearly every supermarket. Everybody goes to the supermarket and every stands in the checkout line of a supermarket. Does anyone see where I am going with this?

Blogger J A Baker July 03, 2016 8:47 AM  

Oh the insanity of the American media. Hillary Clinton deletes tens of thousands of classified emails in a potentially treasonous and criminal act, and no one bats an eye. Donald Trump deletes one tweet because a geometric shape could offend people, and everyone loses their minds! Can I get a Joker meme for this?

Blogger Al From Bay Shore July 03, 2016 8:49 AM  

Let's hope the rumors of Putin dropping an October surprise are true.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan July 03, 2016 8:52 AM  

Look at the bright side our enemies the Great Army of Virtue Signallers Corps is massed together in the open. As a former arty man myself I say we call a Time on Target mission with Repeat till our bloodlusts are sated.

Blogger J A Baker July 03, 2016 8:52 AM  

@21,

The National Enquire does not have a good reputation as being a reliable news source. So, any sort of negative news reported about Hillary through the enquire is going to be suspect and not taken very seriously, which could be the desired effect of the "Corrupt" headline. So, all of the people who glance at that headline will now associate most other news they hear by word of mouth, (because most main stream news outlets won't report on anything that could be damning to her campaign) with the Enquire and not take it seriously.

Blogger Orville July 03, 2016 8:55 AM  

@25 The National Enquire does not have a good reputation as being a reliable news source.

That's not the point. The meme "Corrupt Hillary" and "Crooked Hillary" is seeping deep into the crevices of the public hive mind. This is master persuasion level stuff.

Anonymous SugarPi July 03, 2016 8:55 AM  

@21 well, the National Enquirer got it right about the stained, blue dress... and yes, the masses who don't read the WSJ will see NE and maybe, just maybe will be swayed. Sheep, don't fail us now.

Blogger J A Baker July 03, 2016 8:59 AM  

@25,

"This is master persuasion level stuff."

I agree, but who's behind it? My point is that it could be reverse psychology.

Anonymous Laz July 03, 2016 9:02 AM  

Only idiots believe the magazines at the supermarket checkout. Of course, we do have more than enough of those...

Blogger Al From Bay Shore July 03, 2016 9:04 AM  

@28
Dick Morris has been campaigning against Hillary and is about to release a book which describes a strategy by which Trump can win. His brief commercials for his book have been sponsored on Facebook.

Blogger J A Baker July 03, 2016 9:04 AM  

@21, and @25,

News Magazins such as the National Enquirer are where the phrase, "people that we love to hate" comes from.

Any publicity is good publicity. People love reading about famous peoples dirty laundry. They are fascinated with it. Just think of the celebrity status of some of the high profile criminals of the past. Casey Anthony comes to mind, and there are others, but my point is that in a strange way this could help Hill.

Anonymous Godfrey July 03, 2016 9:05 AM  

Anyone surprised? Anyone?

Blogger Mr.MantraMan July 03, 2016 9:05 AM  

The Center Left operates in the emotional bubble, the Right only swings its weapons at the intellectual bubble and the Right wonders why it never scores.

The Emotional Bubble is a big fat juicy target, think how weak the individual SJW are, now extrapolate this out to society at large.

Blogger Breadbasket July 03, 2016 9:11 AM  

It has gone full circle and the MSM is Pravda.

Blogger Orville July 03, 2016 9:11 AM  

@33 Bingo! Trump is definitely not playing by those typical "loser right" rules.

He is playing persuasion tactics which are all about the emotions and not logic. And while it can be true that bad publicity is still good publicity in a vacuum, it definitely can be worked against Hillary if Trump can appeal on the emotional level as being better than Hillary, which I don't think will be hard to do.

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Anonymous Godfrey July 03, 2016 9:11 AM  

This is actually good news in a way. It just serves to further erode the legitimacy of the government (assuming it has any left). The disgust is spreading wide and far. It even permeates those within the government itself.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore July 03, 2016 9:15 AM  

@31
In my opinion, there is potential in this. While Nat'l Enquirer is not seen as credible it is also not seen as political. The terms "corrupt" and "Crooked Hillary" splashed across the front page of, say, Washington Examiner or New York Post would be seen as partisan politics. This is not the case with National Enquirer.

Blogger ZhukovG July 03, 2016 9:19 AM  

Russia still has some corruption but it tends to be low level 'grease my palm' type. Italy is probably not much different.

In the US it seems to be more about who gets Sauron's ring.

Blogger Orville July 03, 2016 9:23 AM  

Yeah, Bat Boy is Crooked Hillary's illegitimate spawn with Satan. Bat Boy says he was never allowed to play with step sister Chelsea after that incident with Socks the cat in the Map Room. After that he was removed to Ft Detrick to a level 4 bio containment apartment.


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Blogger Emmett Fitz-Hume July 03, 2016 9:23 AM  

The National Enquirer is not seen as credible by a great many intelligent, well informed people.

And Most People Are Idiots. Take my In-Laws (Please!) for instance who take the Enquirer very seriously. These are the very people who have elevated the Kardashian Cult beyond all levels of reason.

And I believe someone mentioned the Enquirer being correct about Monica and the blue dress.

Didn't they also nail John Edwards?

And Orville, not for nuthin' but that link at the bottom of every post is pretentious and annoying.

Blogger Robert What? July 03, 2016 9:26 AM  

@Orville,

The Democrats are totally fine with corruption, extortion, double dealing, etc, as long as they perceive it as being in their favor. Even Hillary being indicted wouldn't make a difference. They'd just blame it in the Evil Republicans and maybe even use that as a "get out the vote" issue.

Anonymous Godfrey July 03, 2016 9:27 AM  

Are you serious? The National Enquirer is the most credible source within the MSM. Certainly more credible than the Washington Post.

Anonymous Godfrey July 03, 2016 9:30 AM  

@41
A significant portion of the Democrat base are zoo animals. As long as they can indulge their perversions, get fed and have their cages hosed down once in awhile they're happy.

Anonymous Quartermaster July 03, 2016 9:39 AM  

@4
The Habakkuk quote has been appropriate in this country for quite some time. It also applies to Putinist Russia, which is corrupt to its core.

@7
It's more open in Italy than it has been here. I think it would be hard to exceed the corruption of Italy. FedGov simply has been better at keeping things under wraps.

@27
Enquirer got it right about John Edwards too and it killed his chances in the primaries that year. The rag has gotten a rep of just possibly being right when dealing with various scandals.

@38
Russia's corruption works more along the lines of keeping the sheep in line. Organized crime has no intention of allowing anyone of the reservation that might be a threat to their regime. As long as Putin does their will, he's safe and will continue to get rich. The minute he places his country above the criminal's interests will be the day he dies.

The Moscow Patriarch is also a part of the scheme. Kirill is just as corrupt and doesn't mind being used by Putin a bit

Blogger YIH July 03, 2016 9:40 AM  

Al From Bay Shore wrote:This is what happens when the executive branch is given the task of conducting a criminal investigation of itself.
See, the Lizard Queen did learn something from the 70's! Make sure there's no Special Prosecutor.

Blogger James Dixon July 03, 2016 9:41 AM  

> The National Enquire does not have a good reputation as being a reliable news source.

Two words: Monica Lewinsky.

The people who look at the Enquirer aren't worried about it's reputation.

Blogger Mr.MantraMan July 03, 2016 9:43 AM  

Orville I spent decades reading the great conservative intellectuals, listening to the great talkers of right wing talk radio, and then one day I had a shazaam moment. The lefty dolts I met were human wrecks not the juggernaut of super human political spear carriers the great leaders of conservatism made them out to be.

The Left is TrigglyPuff, TrigglyPuff is the Left. Sure there are a few thought leader psychopaths in their cult(s)but they are far outweighed and outnumbered by the deranged human wreckage.

Blogger Al From Bay Shore July 03, 2016 9:51 AM  

Incoming! The new narrative is that the sheriff badge graphic existed on a "supremacist" message board before Trump tweeted it.

Anonymous Benjamin Ghazi July 03, 2016 9:54 AM  

What crime did Martha Stewart commit that sent her to Club Fed, again?

Yes, this is a rhetorical question.

Blogger synp July 03, 2016 10:05 AM  

Orville wrote:I saw that Limbaugh was saying the same thing yesterday, "we're being played". I'm still holding out hope that there is a modern day Deep Throat (Mark Felt) in the FBI that will release the details to the public.
What can such a whistle-blower reveal? Pretty much nothing that isn't clear and obvious. The official statement from the FBI is going to be something along the lines of "we determined that there were some irregularities in the use of email and procedure was not followed", accompanied by either "we don't believe this rises to the level justifying criminal charges" or else "we believe this was an honest mistake" or "we saw no evidence of malice"

What can a whistle-blower say? That some within the investigation did believe it did justify charges? That there was pressure from above not to charge in a case against the likely major party candidate unless the evidence was overwhelming? You know that this is how higher-ups pressure those below them. By repeated hints that they need to be even more sure.

I'm afraid there's just no secret lurking there. Unlike at Watergate.

Anonymous e.r. July 03, 2016 10:06 AM  

" the Russians are good guys defending Christianity" right, says the guy who is allied with an alt-right former fag (because of teenage rebellion, chuckle, read that on wikipedia) and a hedonist sex tourist.

not hatin on you vd. i just dont get how you harmonize such dichotomies. you said to call these people out. yet u dont. u said westerner's have to be extremely pro christian and pro western. yet ur ok with these un-christians.

"good guy" russia is a country passing anti gay-propoganda laws and the alt right has a "former fag journalist" that chides on islam as being homophobic and therefore incompatible with the west. i saw molyneux's show with you. u said u were "hurt" when sjw's called u a homophobe.

the alt-right emphasizes christianity... but thats it. it doesnt give it teeth. the alt right looks bankrupt if this is it.

i dont get it. this whole odd bedfellows thing. is the alt right a platform of political expedience or a coherent, lasting civilizational guide?

the funny thing is, if u pay close attention to russian thinking, they think islam, judaism, shamanism and buddhism are compatible or acceptable to their society.

its funny how the western alt right is choosing its allies. i dont get it.

Blogger GracieLou July 03, 2016 10:22 AM  

I read "The Andy Warhol Diaries" (gawd knows why). Andy, who would have been in a position to know, claimed everything in the National Enquirer was true. Everything.

OpenID anonymos-coward July 03, 2016 10:22 AM  

the funny thing is, if u pay close attention to russian thinking, they think islam, judaism, shamanism and buddhism are compatible or acceptable to their society.

Not quite. Russia has four official religions: Islam, Buddhism, Judaism and Christianity. (And no, protestants and other heretics aren't classed as Christian.)

This only means that these four religions are legal under Russian law. It doesn't imply some sort of ecumenical melting pot of new-age religion. (Ecumenicalism is a hot-button issue in Russia, if politicians tried to force it on the populace there'd likely be literal riots.)

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 10:23 AM  

Someone get E.R. a shift key, stat! Oh, and a bib to catch his drool.

Anonymous andon July 03, 2016 10:25 AM  

cnn's senior producer edward mejia davis

sources tell cnn's evan perez

Anonymous Godfrey July 03, 2016 10:26 AM  

@49
"USA, USA, USA!"

I don't get it. The USA is gone.

Blogger Abtssyus Invocat July 03, 2016 10:27 AM  

And so America is abandoned to a degenerate clan of grifters

Anonymous BGKB July 03, 2016 10:29 AM  

I'm still holding out hope that there is a modern day Deep Throat (Mark Felt) in the FBI that will release the details to the public.

I heard TRUMP was going to do a commercial with a stadium full of women raped by Bill C, but the largest stadium in the US, Michigan Stadium, can only hold 109,901 spectators.

So do any FBI agents walk out? Does anyone resign in protest?

Those would be the agents TRUMP needs after he wins.

Washington Examiner or New York Post would be seen as partisan politics. This is not the case with National Enquirer.

Has anyone noticed they stopped reporting on sasquatch sittings since Mooshell got in the white house?

says the guy who is allied with an alt-right former fag

Milo is still a fag, you can check his twitter. While you are checking his personal twitter you can tell us if your peener is smaller than Russell Brand's. If you are talking about Schapiro Vox called him a chickenhawk (referring to his desire for Christian soldiers) years ago.

Blogger Ingot9455 July 03, 2016 10:44 AM  

From what I read, the CNN leak came from Hillary's party. It was just a, "We remain totally confident our candidate will not have any legal problems" thing.

It's the same thing as when reporters asked any of the 17 Republicans running for the nomination if they are just running for Vice President. Of course they all say they are really in it to win it and go all the way to the Presidency, because if you honestly said that you were just in it for a Veep slot or to raise your national profile for the hopes of something later, you'd instantly be done.

As for FBI agents walking out, that's old school and it requires opponents who have shame. The Democrats and Obama and their voters don't have shame. Resigning as a gesture just hands them the ability to replace your position. Far better to use the civil service laws to stay in position and do everything you can to screw them over with your access and your leaking and so forth.

Blogger Natalie July 03, 2016 10:50 AM  

Re: the Inquirer. I was in line at the grocery store and saw either that mag or another similar with a "Islam Death Count" type story on the cover. Pictures, numbers, etc. Looked like an alt-right twitter image honestly. If people are staring at bodies on a bloody floor while buying the kids pb and j I have to think that reflects the average person more than the WSJ.

Blogger Cataline Sergius July 03, 2016 11:09 AM  

I knew the fix was in when Joe Biden decided not to run.

I would have easily put money on Uncle Choo-Choo throwing his hat in the ring. He did all the prep work. Particularly his son begging him to run on his deathbed, (yeah...right).

And then out of blue he holds a presser to announce that he won't be running...with Obama by his side. Very clearly saying in effect, "I am President Obama and I approve Joe's message."

Hillary has something primo on Barry Von Choomwagon. I don't know what but she was clearly and obviously promising to leak it if Obama didn't back her play after that.

There was never the slightest chance that Obama's pet AG was going to indict. Was. Never. Going. To. Happen.

Expect the FBI leaks to begin in October.

Blogger Cataline Sergius July 03, 2016 11:14 AM  

What I really loved was when AG Lynch vowed to "accept" the findings of the FBI on Hillary Clinton.

Right after having a twenty minute meeting with Bill Clinton.

So what does this mean?

The same thing you thought it would mean yesterday but it does now come with a Slick Willy twist.

"Accept the findings of the FBI" is up there with, "I did not have sex with that woman. She GAVE me a blow job. That is totally different."

If Lynch had anything that approached integrity (*Ha Ha Ha gasp...wheez Ha Ha Ha*) she would recuse herself for even having met with the husband of the woman who is being investigated by her department.

Instead she makes this "spin city" announcement after the meeting.

Blogger praetorian July 03, 2016 11:19 AM  

Look at the bright side. We are one step closer to the reset button.

Absolutely. Hillary not getting charged is a fantastic outcome for us: not only is the system is further delegitimized but also Trump still gets to run agains her. Hil getting knocked out pre-election would mean trump would have to face something like a Biden/Fauxahaunas ticket, which would be a much harder task.

The worse, the better.

its funny how the western alt right is choosing its allies. i dont get it.

Milo is a degenerate, race mixing homosexual, but he is our degenerate, race mixing homosexual.

You may want to watch this video and, in particular, focus on the dialog between Dr. Murdoch and Murdoch Chan at 13:25:

DM: "And you MurdochChan. Remember your favorite words: we must secure the existence of our people and a future for white children. Are you really willing to sacrifice that at the alter of ideological purity?"

MC: "I can't condone his faggotry."

DM: "No one is asking you to. But the stakes are too high and our allies are too few. Even Hitler had degenerates in his ranks until he came to power."

Relax, have a snickerdoodle swastika and enjoy the process.

Anonymous FP July 03, 2016 11:19 AM  

Bah, this isn't important. What is really important is a Trump tweet that is totally anti-semitic.

As for Hillary, I don't see an indictment happening. The Phoenix Plane Party just confirms it.

Anonymous andon July 03, 2016 11:24 AM  

59. Blogger Cataline Sergius July 03, 2016 11:09 AM

Expect the FBI leaks to begin in October.


I don't have any faith in the FBI.

Have they found Benghazi on the map yet?

Anonymous BGKB July 03, 2016 11:27 AM  

The left is trying to fight reporting on corruption.

http://www.washingtonexaminer.com/fed-regulation-of-internet-coming-warn-fcc-fec-commissioners/article/2595304
Democrats targeting content and control of the Internet, especially from conservative sources, are pushing hard to layer on new regulations and even censorship under the guise of promoting diversity while policing bullying, warn commissioners from the Federal Communications Commission and Federal Election Commission.

Blogger The Other Robot July 03, 2016 11:29 AM  

@25: We have another super-intelligence among us.

Come on down, JA Baker.

Blogger praetorian July 03, 2016 11:33 AM  

We have another super-intelligence among us.

If only there were some sort of online media presence with massive reach and a history of exposing Clinton scandals and forcing the MSM's hand who was named Matt Drudge...

If only.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 11:39 AM  

"the Russians are good guys defending Christianity..."

Some American Christians have a ridiculous victim complex, as thought they have been put upon. Yet, churches on every corner. Exceptions to basic rules of law. Christians don't do themselves any favors by acting like hurt babies.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 11:46 AM  

Exceptions to basic rules of law.

And what laws might that be, my dear cretin?

Blogger The Other Robot July 03, 2016 11:47 AM  

On another front, the International Coalition of the ever so Caring is going to have to bomb Poland:

A divided Poland mulls total abortion ban

Blogger The Other Robot July 03, 2016 12:02 PM  

Fatal (and non-fatal) workout accidents are becoming a thing.

Blogger Elder Son July 03, 2016 12:17 PM  

...as thought they have been put upon.

…is unconstitutional and would “diminish the rights of LGBT citizens.

By "putting upon" and diminishing the rights and conscience of Christian citizens.

We all know where this is going. Conformity. By searing the conscience through law.

Your children belong to us already. The new man.

Anonymous Napoleon 12pdr July 03, 2016 12:40 PM  

The only way she escapes an indictment is if the fix is totally in. Egregiously so.

And it WILL leak. Willful mishandling of classified materials? That's damned serious stuff, anyone with a security clearance is boiling mad about it. Not to mention the elephant in the room...the selling of U.S. policy in exchange for bribes.

Interesting times. If Trump can raise enough campaign money, he'll crush Hillary with this. If not....things could get very ugly.

Anonymous VFM #7916 July 03, 2016 12:49 PM  

@49

Some guys still like to shoot the guy next to them in the trench, sounds like.

Blogger Were-Puppy July 03, 2016 12:55 PM  

@28 J A Baker
I agree, but who's behind it? My point is that it could be reverse psychology.
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The Cruzlims said the NE were buddies of Trump, back when they were exposing his extra curricular activities.

Anonymous Elipe July 03, 2016 12:56 PM  

1489 wrote:Some American Christians have a ridiculous victim complex, as thought they have been put upon. Yet, churches on every corner. Exceptions to basic rules of law. Christians don't do themselves any favors by acting like hurt babies.

China has official churches too. What's your point?

Blogger Were-Puppy July 03, 2016 12:56 PM  

@30 Al From Bay Shore
Dick Morris has been campaigning against Hillary
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He's always been out there after Hitlery, but he still seems like a weasel to me :P

Blogger Were-Puppy July 03, 2016 1:01 PM  

@47 Al From Bay Shore

Incoming! The new narrative is that the sheriff badge graphic existed on a "supremacist" message board before Trump tweeted it.
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So what? Trump is Supreme over the Democrats, Lefties, Communists, Socialists, and various other lefty strains.

Why hide it?

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 1:07 PM  

"China has official churches too. What's your point?"

America has no official churches. Yet there are thousands upon thousands of private christian churches of every stripe. America is protecting Christianity and Christians just fine.

Blogger Were-Puppy July 03, 2016 1:07 PM  

I had a small hope that Slick Willie had slipped Lynch a couple hundred grand to make sure Hildebeast goes behind bars for life. Then he'd be a truly free man.

Blogger The Other Robot July 03, 2016 1:12 PM  

@77: You mean in the same way that Turkey is protecting Christianity and Christians?

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 1:22 PM  

America has no official churches

Yes, it does. Every single federal government building is a temple to the civil religion of progressivism AKA cultural Marxism. If you do not publically offer up incense to the goddesses of cultural Marxism, your life will be ruined.

OpenID simplytimothy July 03, 2016 1:34 PM  

Remember when the release of FOI.zip upended the climate-scam narrative? I am hoping the same thing happens here.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 1:41 PM  

"You mean in the same way that Turkey is protecting Christianity and Christians?"

No, I mean the way America protects churches and the right to worship.


"Yes, it does. Every single federal government building is a temple to the civil religion of progressivism AKA cultural Marxism"

That's like saying the AltRight's church is every KKK gathering.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 1:44 PM  

Stop gibbering, 1489. You're getting drool all over the place.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 03, 2016 1:45 PM  

1489 wrote:No, I mean the way America protects churches and the right to worship.
Freedom to worship is meaningless without freedom to practice. If I am not free to not do what you want, I am your slave. If I am not free to not sin, then I have no freedom of religion.

Blogger The Other Robot July 03, 2016 1:45 PM  

No, I mean the way America undermines churches and the right to worship.

There. FIFY.

Blogger Elder Son July 03, 2016 1:46 PM  

America is protecting Christianity and Christians just fine.

As noted at @71

Oh. You mean Christians as in Churches as in buildings. Not the conscience.

You better bake that damn cake! Or we'll fine you. And if you refuse to pay the fine, and bake the cake, we'll send armed men after you. Go to jail, or resist and die. Your choice.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 1:52 PM  

"Freedom to worship is meaningless without freedom to practice. If I am not free to not do what you want, I am your slave. If I am not free to not sin, then I have no freedom of religion."

Which things should a person be free to do on behalf of their faith? Not pay taxes? Own people? Drive at high speeds?

Christians have become huge whiners that put worship at the rear and political activism in the lead. Gay marriage doesn't mean you must be gay. But if you want to use your religion as a screen to des discriminate against gays, women or minorities then have the good sense to recognize that the people you are discriminating against have every right to speak up and alert the community that you are a bigot.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 1:55 PM  

...gays, women or minorities...

The Holy Trinity of cultural Marxism, ladies and gentlemen. Offer up some incense or else.

Blogger Elder Son July 03, 2016 2:03 PM  

Bigot:

You will tolerate us. Not only will you tolerate us, we EXPECT you to assimilate into our hive with all your being. We want you to become us.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man July 03, 2016 2:04 PM  

"Yes, it does. Every single federal government building is a temple to the civil religion of progressivism AKA cultural Marxism. If you do not publically offer up incense to the goddesses of cultural Marxism, your life will be ruined."

Cultural Marxism is not a religion. It is the boogeyman of the Alt Right.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 2:06 PM  

Cultural Marxism is not a religion. It is the boogeyman of the Alt Right.

And you're a moron. Put your helmet back on and stop licking the windows.

Blogger Elder Son July 03, 2016 2:08 PM  

Replacement theology.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 03, 2016 2:20 PM  

1489 wrote:Christians have become huge whiners that put worship at the rear and political activism in the lead. Gay marriage doesn't mean you must be gay. But if you want to use your religion as a screen to des discriminate against gays, women or minorities then have the good sense to recognize that the people you are discriminating against have every right to speak up and alert the community that you are a bigot.
Nice Motte and Bailey defense there. Devastating fines and threats of jail are not "speaking up and alerting the community" . They are using the power of the state to destroy people for the practice of their religion.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 03, 2016 2:21 PM  

Rhetoric Man wrote:Cultural Marxism is not a religion. It is the boogeyman of the Alt Right.

In what particular is Cultural Marxism not a religion?

Blogger Akulkis July 03, 2016 2:23 PM  

@50

The mistake many of you are making is in confusing the National Enquirer (diggers of dirty laundry) with the Weekly World News (Space Aliens *Probed Me* for a MONTH!!!!).

N.E. does real journalism -- just most (but not all) of it is journalism that a typical person with 115+ IQ doesn't think needs to be done. Seriously -- what type of no-life-having in-duh-vidual living outside of L.A. really gives a hoot about who is "sleeping with" whom in Hollywood?

As for completely made up content which was created without the reporter ever having to leave their desk, or even pick up a telephone... THAT is the Weekly World News... on in the final scene of Men In Black is WWN considered to be a credible news source by anybody.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 2:35 PM  

"They are using the power of the state to destroy people for the practice of their religion."

Should the faithful be exempt from adhering to any law that violates their conscience?

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 03, 2016 2:40 PM  

That is not the question, and you know it. Your dishonesty is appalling.
Is a law that requires you to violate your conscience a valid law?
Would a law that required every person in the republic to eat pork on the pain of financial devastation and homelessness be a valid law?

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 2:40 PM  

Should the faithful be exempt from adhering to any law that violates their conscience?

The faithful of cultural Marxism make up the law as they go along via the judiciary.

Blogger Akulkis July 03, 2016 2:40 PM  

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Blogger Akulkis July 03, 2016 2:41 PM  

@97

What LAW says that a baker, or any other small business owner, *MUST* please every degenerate who walks into his shop?

Blogger Akulkis July 03, 2016 2:43 PM  

@98

That sounds like a GREAT LAW, it would kill two birds with one stone... the ((())) bird and the Moslem bird.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 2:51 PM  

"Ss a law that requires you to violate your conscience a valid law?"

If validly passed and if not aimed at any given faith, yes. What about the Christian scientist that refuses to provide medical attention to a child and the child needlessly dies? Should they be exempt from child neglect laws? What of the belief that violence is unholy? Should they be exempt from taxes? Where is the line?

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 2:57 PM  

What of the belief that violence is unholy? Should they be exempt from taxes? Where is the line?

"Gibber, gibber, gibber." Do you have anything reasonable to say, 1489, or are you just going to waste our time today by piss-poor Christian analysis? Go ahead and call us Hitler already; it makes my nipples hard.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 03, 2016 3:04 PM  

1489 wrote:Where is the line?

The place your type abandoned it in the 1960's, freedom of association.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 3:17 PM  

"The place your type abandoned it in the 1960's, freedom of association."

That's a reasonable, but evasive response to my question. Any thought on the Christian scientist and child neglect?

Also, conceding that the type of freedom of association you want ought to be the case, do you have any problem with members of the community associating for the goal of publicizing the bigotry of the baker or photographer that chooses to discriminate against gays or minorities?

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 3:21 PM  

...do you have any problem with members of the community associating for the goal of publicizing the bigotry of the baker or photographer that chooses to discriminate against gays or minorities?

All witches must be exposed! Satan must be exposed!

Blogger VD July 03, 2016 3:24 PM  

What about the Christian scientist that refuses to provide medical attention to a child and the child needlessly dies? Should they be exempt from child neglect laws?

There is no crime. First, you don't know that the medical attention could have saved the child or not. Second, the child belongs to the parent, not the state. Third, the refusal of medical treatment is a right. Fourth, there is no intent to harm.

So, yes, they should be exempt from child neglect laws. You might as legitimately prosecute doctors for charging money for their services. After all, if someone can't afford the treatment....

Anonymous DT July 03, 2016 3:25 PM  

@6 - So do any FBI agents walk out? Does anyone resign in protest?

I would bet a modest amount that the answer is no.


Do you have a family?

Would you want them to come home and find out that you died tragically while lifting weights?

Anonymous DT July 03, 2016 3:29 PM  

@78 - I had a small hope that Slick Willie had slipped Lynch a couple hundred grand to make sure Hildebeast goes behind bars for life. Then he'd be a truly free man.

I would forgive him of every act and every crime committed while he was in office if he would just do that one thing.

But Rush had the correct take on this: he's free now. Hillary doesn't care where he sticks his dick, as long as it doesn't become public in a way that harms her ambitions.

She didn't even care in the 90's.

Blogger Snidely Whiplash July 03, 2016 3:31 PM  

1489 wrote:That's a reasonable, but evasive response to my question. Any thought on the Christian scientist and child neglect?
I don't answer dishonest questions. It's not at all comparable and you know it.

Also, conceding that the type of freedom of association you want ought to be the case, do you have any problem with members of the community associating for the goal of publicizing the bigotry of the baker or photographer that chooses to discriminate against gays or minorities?
go ahead. We outnumber you about 3:1

Anonymous DT July 03, 2016 3:38 PM  

@106 - All witches must be exposed! Satan must be exposed!

We need a photo of two well dressed gay men crying like children.

Top: "He recommended another baker because of his religion."

Bottom: First World Problems

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 3:42 PM  

We need a photo of two well dressed gay men crying like children.

Top: "He recommended another baker because of his religion."

Bottom: First World Problems


Gays cry out in pain as they strike you. Sounds oddly (((familiar))).

Anonymous Sma July 03, 2016 3:49 PM  

Vox, maybe, but it seems odd that the sited quote exists nowhere else online.

Anonymous GracieLou July 03, 2016 4:18 PM  

@95 "As for completely made up content which was created without the reporter ever having to leave their desk, or even pick up a telephone... THAT is..." ABC, CBS, NBC, MSNBC and CNN.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man July 03, 2016 4:29 PM  

"In what particular is Cultural Marxism not a religion?"

It is a political and social ideology does not observably meet the definition of religion. Of course, people try to desperately shoehorn its traits to make it appear that Cultural Marxism is a religion.

Anonymous 1489 July 03, 2016 4:41 PM  

"There is no crime. First, you don't know that the medical attention could have saved the child or not. Second, the child belongs to the parent, not the state. Third, the refusal of medical treatment is a right."

I found a number of cases involving Christian Scientist where medical treatment was so obviously the solution to aiding the child that denial of that treatment and the subsequent death of the child as a result led to manslaughter convictions.

What's interesting in your view is the notion that the child belongs to the parents. It leads one to ask if then the fetus belongs to the parents?

Anonymous Takin' a Look July 03, 2016 6:42 PM  

@ Vox Day

After all, if someone can't afford the treatment....


A bell rang off. Thank you for that perspective. Even in the West, families are bankrupted and thrown out in the streets for traditional allopathic medicine by the hundreds of thousands.

Blogger Human Animal July 03, 2016 6:49 PM  

Second, the child belongs to the parent, not the state.
Yeah, but the parents belong to the state. It's a brave new world after all.

It leads one to ask if then the fetus belongs to the parents?
Intent to harm was one of VD's criteria.

Blogger Were-Puppy July 03, 2016 8:16 PM  

@82 1489

That's like saying the AltRight's church is every KKK gathering.
---

Why would alt-right be involved with the Democrat plantation group KKK? Not that it even exists anymore, except as a boogey man leftwingers use to keep brothas on the plantation. We got photos of the klansmen and their black hands.

Blogger Were-Puppy July 03, 2016 8:21 PM  

@109 DT

I would forgive him of every act and every crime committed while he was in office if he would just do that one thing.
---

The most shocking thing to me is Hildebeast has me actually coming up with conspiracies sympathetic to Slick Willie. How did this happen!

Anonymous cheddarman July 03, 2016 9:11 PM  

The National enquirer could make all their shit up and still be more truthful than the MSM, who deliberately lie to do the will of their puppet masters.

Blogger Elder Son July 03, 2016 9:24 PM  

Cultural Marxism: An organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a political and social ideology as if it were a god.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 9:25 PM  

It is a political and social ideology does not observably meet the definition of religion. Of course, people try to desperately shoehorn its traits to make it appear that Cultural Marxism is a religion.

You buggers only maintain this lie in order to get around the no establishment of religion clause. A pox on the lot of you.

Anonymous BGKB July 03, 2016 10:06 PM  

Which things should a person be free to do on behalf of their faith? Not pay taxes? Own people? Drive at high speeds?

1469 what is a gay mans fair share of taxes to pay for Latrina's 21 illegitimate crack babies? ZIKA anchor babies will cost more than their birth weight in gold every year they live.

What LAW says that a baker, or any other small business owner, *MUST* please every degenerate who walks into his shop?

gays sue Christian dating site to allow gays,lawyers made $450,000, the plaintiffs only made $9,000?
http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2016/jul/1/christianmingle-loses-lawsuit-must-now-include-gay/

Even in the West, families are bankrupted and thrown out in the streets for traditional allopathic medicine by the hundreds

But illegals can come in to ERs and no expects anything of them as they raise everyone else's prices.

Anonymous R. J. Moore II July 03, 2016 10:48 PM  

Sadly, the USA never vvere the good guys - from 1776 to the Cold VVar vve vvere, at best, 'the slightly better managed leftist suicide pact' compared to the 'bad guys' vve vvere fighting.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 10:58 PM  

Sadly, the USA never vvere the good guys - from 1776 to the Cold VVar vve vvere, at best, 'the slightly better managed leftist suicide pact' compared to the 'bad guys' vve vvere fighting.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ie546D_tcwk

Anonymous Sagramore July 03, 2016 10:59 PM  

@22 Hey Trump: Support your local sheriff.

Really odd how the usual clickbaiters jumped on a simple sheriff's badge. It wasn't yellow, and the ad wasn't dealing with Hebrew issues.

Blogger The Kurgan July 03, 2016 11:03 PM  

Whoa there.... More corrupt than the wop politicians??

Are you challenging my people??

Anonymous Sagramore July 03, 2016 11:08 PM  

@57 No Saturday Night Massengill, then.

These leaks are not-so-fresh. We could use more.

Anonymous Wyrd July 03, 2016 11:08 PM  

Are you challenging my people??

Kindly make me a pizza without pissing on it. No onions. Or piss.

Blogger Alexandros July 04, 2016 12:03 AM  

I hope more people wake up and note the 180 that civilizations have gone through with Russia being the light of the world.

Anonymous Eric the Red July 04, 2016 1:19 AM  

re 1489...

This whole discussion revolves around the absolute need for society to have a majority people and culture, which by definition is based on one primary religion. That society then makes the laws it wants to live by. The minority has negative rights, not an ever-expanding list of positive rights that it can use for guerrilla lawfare and cultural warfare against the majority, which is what you and your secular religion have done.

The bottom line is 'who, whom'; at the moment your kind has the power... sooner rather than later, we will have it instead, and you and your kind will be relegated to the trashbin of history.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man July 04, 2016 9:09 AM  

Elder Son...

"Cultural Marxism: An organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a political and social ideology as if it were a god."

Alt Right: An organized system of beliefs, ceremonies, and rules used to worship a political and social ideology as if it were a god.

Right back at you!

Alexandros...

"I hope more people wake up and note the 180 that civilizations have gone through with Russia being the light of the world."

Americans today are waking up to their beacon justly called the United States of America.

Wyrd...

"You buggers only maintain this lie in order to get around the no establishment of religion clause. A pox on the lot of you."

Considering that Cultural Marxism is NOT a religion, the only lie is those who insist to the contrary.

R.J. Moore...

"Sadly, the USA never vvere the good guys - from 1776 to the Cold VVar vve vvere, at best, 'the slightly better managed leftist suicide pact' compared to the 'bad guys' vve vvere fighting."

Did not the Founding Forefathers exercise their liberty of freedom of association, and enable their posterity that same freedom? How is that managing a "suicide pact"?

Eric the Red...

"This whole discussion revolves around the absolute need for society to have a majority people and culture, which by definition is based on one primary religion."

SHOULD the citizens of a given area clearly discern that absolute need for a primary religion to serve as the foundational piece for their society. Americans willingly chose to create a culture that, indeed, had a dominant cultural component, but was reflective of a decision NOT to impose upon its citizens only one religion.

"we will have it instead, and you and your kind will be relegated to the trashbin of history."

Who is this "we"? How do you expect to achieve this power IF, as you claim, the majority people and culture has defined already religion as being secular in nature? Are you not engaging in your own guerrilla lawfare and culture warfare to impose your own beliefs at the majority's expense? What are YOU specifically doing about this situation other than commenting on a blog?

Anonymous Eric the Red July 04, 2016 10:35 AM  

Wrong again, chuck-0. Your unsupported assertions and historical revisionism are tiresome. The founders walked a tightrope in their writings to not set up a federal religion, but each State was entitled to establish its own, and many of them did so. That religion was Christianity, because, as I've already stated (and which you conveniently ignored), also in their writings was the expectation of a unified people and culture.

BTW, "we" consists of all those of whom you are now very much afraid, otherwise you wouldn't be here with your banal leftist arrogance, obfuscation, and drivel.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man July 04, 2016 10:47 AM  

"Your unsupported assertions and historical revisionism are tiresome."

You're going to have to be more specific.

"The founders walked a tightrope in their writings to not set up a federal religion, but each State was entitled to establish its own, and many of them did so. That religion was Christianity, because, as I've already stated (and which you conveniently ignored), also in their writings was the expectation of a unified people and culture."

The founders were careful not to set up a national church nor state-sponsored religion. Christianity was practiced by citizens and non-citizens of the Thirteen Colonies, but so was Judaism and Islam. States did not require people to practice Christianity, nor set up an official church nor religion. Remember, freedom of religion means ANY religion or non-religion may be practiced.

"BTW, "we" consists of all those of whom you are now very much afraid, otherwise you wouldn't be here with your banal leftist arrogance, obfuscation, and drivel."

I'm just here for the snacks. Besides, unless you go all Anders on "us", your words aren't really frightening. It's just talk on your part.

Blogger FALPhil July 04, 2016 11:24 AM  

You guys need to quit giving Rhetoric Man a hard time about culture Marxism. He is correct that it is not a religion. It is merely a substitute for a religion.

Anonymous Wyrd July 04, 2016 1:31 PM  

I can live with cultural Marxism being termed an ersatz religion. It's still the civic one.

Blogger FALPhil July 04, 2016 3:18 PM  

Actually, Marxism of any stripe is demonstrably dyscivic.

Anonymous Eric the Red July 04, 2016 6:37 PM  

More historical revisionism... you regurgitate the standard leftist memes. There was never "freedom of religion", instead there was freedom of Christian religious sects, because the founders assumed that 99.99% of the people and culture would remain unified around Christianity.

But now, you corrupt leftist slime have ensured that there is no longer rule of law, there is only rule by force, with rationalizations for each next encroachment pulled out of your collective ass. That is the whole point of this thread, but the Sacred Memes rattling around in your tiny brains obstructs your reading comprehension.

So be it... you want war, now you finally have true opposition. You think you are winning, but you will ultimately be defeated and relegated to the outer darkness.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man July 04, 2016 7:13 PM  

FailPhil...

"He is correct that it is not a religion. It is merely a substitute for a religion."

You guys can't even make up your mind. First, it is a religion. Then, it is something other than a religion. Finally, it's a substitute for religion.

Again, assuming that Cultural Marxism is a tool created by Jews and implemented by their white toadies, perhaps Americans find its principles to reflect what they embrace socially. Is it not within their liberty under freedom of association?

Wyrd..

"I can live with cultural Marxism being termed an ersatz religion."

Cultural Marxism cannot be even be labeled an inferior imitation of religion since it is observably fails to meet the basic criteria of religion.

"Actually, Marxism of any stripe is demonstrably dyscivic."

Now there's a buzzword, dyscivic. Something that is inherently antagonistic to "western civilization", right? I would surmise most Americans are concerned with their own civilization rather than something that is a rallying cry for Alt Right elitists.

Eric The Red...

"There was never "freedom of religion", instead there was freedom of Christian religious sects, because the founders assumed that 99.99% of the people and culture would remain unified around Christianity."

You are a fraud.

“If I could conceive that the general government might ever be so administered as to render the liberty of conscience insecure, I beg you will be persuaded, that no one would be more zealous than myself to establish effectual barriers against the horrors of spiritual tyranny, and every species of religious persecution.”

~George Washington, letter to the United Baptist Chamber of Virginia, May 1789

"We should begin by setting conscience free. When all men of all religions shall enjoy equal liberty, property, and an equal chance for honors and power we may expect that improvements will be made in the human character and the state of society.”
~John Adams, letter to Dr. Price, April 8, 1785

"You think you are winning, but you will ultimately be defeated and relegated to the outer darkness."

Again, what are YOU actively pursuing other than pandering on a blog to ensure this victory?

Anonymous Wyrd July 04, 2016 7:29 PM  

Rectal Man, unlike you communistic catamites, we on the Right have no desire to achieve a unified hivemind and thus can have differences of opinions and definitions. Now run along and worship Satan AKA your own degeneracies via your religion of cultural Marxism.

Anonymous Rhetoric Man July 05, 2016 11:09 AM  

"Rectal Man, unlike you communistic catamites, we on the Right have no desire to achieve a unified hivemind and thus can have differences of opinions and definitions."

Roosh and Milo are useful idiots. They serve the purpose now, but they will be disposed of like cheap whores.

You do realize Milo is a fag, right? And Roosh is a "vibrant" who has sex outside of marriage, correct?

Strange bedfellows you have with the right. Might as well invite SJW's to your camp as well.


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