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Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Do not disobey the God-Emperor

Did I not tell you to take the under? Trump didn't even wait 12 hours to fire his insubordinate Acting Attorney General. And his Immigration and Customs Enforcement Director Daniel Ragsdale two hours later. So, who wants to strike a pose next? Do you feel lucky, punks?
Our Constitution vests all executive power — not some of it, all of it — in the president of the United States. Executive-branch officials do not have their own power. They are delegated by the president to execute his power. If they object to the president’s policies, their choice is clear: salute and enforce the president’s directives, or honorably resign. There is no third way. No one knows this better than high-ranking officials of the Department of Justice.

That is why President Trump was right to fire Acting Attorney General Sally Yates. Over the weekend, President Trump issued an executive order temporarily restricting the admission into the United States of aliens from various Muslim-majority countries, as well as aliens from Syria and elsewhere who are claiming refugee status. Naturally, this has triggered protests by Democrats and the Left. They erroneously claim that Trump’s executive order violates the Constitution, statutory law, American tradition, and human decency.

For inexplicable reasons, the new president left Yates in place to run the Justice Department in anticipation of the confirmation of Senator Jeff Sessions. A faithful Obama-appointed progressive, Yates obviously knew which way the political wind was blowing in her tribe. Like most Democrats, Yates objects to the president’s executive order. Fair enough. But she is not a political operative, she was a Justice Department official — the highest such official. If her opposition to the president’s policy was as deeply held as she says, her choice was clear: enforce the president’s policy or quit.

Instead, she chose insubordination: Knowing she would be out the moment Senator Sessions is confirmed, she announced on Monday night that the Justice Department would not enforce the president’s order. She did not issue this statement on the grounds that the order is illegal. She declined to take a definitive position on that question. She rested her decision, rather, on her disagreement with the justice of the order. Now, she’ll be a left-wing hero, influential beyond her heretofore status as a nameless bureaucrat.

To make an analogy, there are many federal judges who oppose abortion. They apply Roe v. Wade even though they disagree with it intensely, because their duty is to obey superior courts. As every official in the Justice Department knows, if one disagrees with the law one is called upon to apply, or the policy one is bound to enforce, one is free to resign. Staying on while undermining government policy is not an act of courage. It is an act of sabotage.
It's so typical of the Never-Trump cucks at National Review to try to portray the God-Emperor's decisive action as some sort of failure when the truth is that the process served his narrative and demonstrated, to the entire nation, how faithless and corrupt his internal enemies are.

This is a good example of why the cucks and cons and mods are all so hapless. They are driven by their absolute fear of Left's Narrative. Who gives a damn if Sally Yates is "a left-wing hero"? They even admit that she showed herself to be a faithless and unprofessional weasel. It will be easy to destroy her politically if she tries to use her grandstanding as a springboard to electoral office, but regardless, it is irrelevant to the Right whom the Left chooses as their champions. If not her, it will only be someone else, even if they have to manufacture one ex nihilo.

And, more importantly, her action justifies the God-Emperor launching an internal inquisition to root out any other Yates-types still embedded in the bureaucracy. What she has handed him, in fact, is his best excuse to go after the Deep State since getting elected. And, better yet, she has also shown the entire world what happens when you cross the God-Emperor. Which is important, because the God-Emperor is at war with the America-haters in the bureaucracy.
While President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration has left families wondering when they will see their loved ones again, drawing condemnation from leaders around the globe, the administration’s actions have also impacted another group: career U.S. officials working on asylum and refugee cases as well as foreign policy.

“There are people literally crying in the office here,” said a senior U.S. immigration official who spoke to The Intercept on condition of anonymity.

Interviews and internal communications obtained by The Intercept reveal how American personnel tasked with aiding the planet’s most vulnerable populations and representing the country in the international arena are learning bit by bit, through emails and confounding directives, how the jobs they signed up for are being steadily eroded.

The immigration official said that staffers at one Department of Homeland Security office were devastated when they arrived at work Monday morning to find an email, circulated among DHS leadership over the weekend, informing department personnel that they would no longer be permitted to adjudicate any immigration claims from the seven countries targeted by Trump’s travel ban, including petitions for asylum, permanent residency, or naturalization....

It was a move many within the government had feared, the official said — a so-called “security hold” that would essentially paralyze the asylum and immigration process for those fleeing some of the world’s most volatile places. “Permission to work, adjust status to a citizen or a permanent resident, any immigration form they have will stay in limbo,” the official explained. “We know what is coming. These cases will all likely be denied after significant waits.”
If the oppomedia is upset now, just wait until the more serious immigration bans are put in place and the repatriations begin. Don't hate, repatriate. 

In other news, the oppomedia is learning that they can only push their anti-Trump agenda so far:
Bart Hubbuch, formerly of the New York Post, tweeted that he was fired for tweeting “my personal belief that Donald Trump becoming President of the United States is a national tragedy.” In since-deleted tweets, Hubbuch compared the inauguration of Trump to 9/11 and Pearl Harbor. The Post confirmed to WEEI that the publication no longer has a “business relationship” with Hubbuch.

UPDATE: In light of the Monday Night Massacre that has triggered all of the Baby Boomers who were there at Woodstock when Nixon fired Archibald Cox, and has caused all the self-important bureaucrats who thought they would play "Yes, President" with the God-Emperor to wet themselves, I'm going to hazard a guess that the rumored "dissent memo" will never be signed and released.
In recent days, drafts of a dissent memo have been circulating among diplomats and associates abroad expressing concern that the new restrictions — which Trump said would help “keep America safe” — are un-American and will actually paralyze efforts to stop terrorist attacks in the U.S. 
Please, please, PLEASE sign it and release it, brave diplomats and associates abroad. Doing so will save the God-Emperor's inquisitors so much time and effort! The days of making policy decisions on the basis of threats from below are over.

154 comments:

  1. Yeah, I like how Trump is running things. It's as if he thinks being POTUS is a job or something.

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  2. “There are people literally crying in the office here,” said a senior U.S. immigration official who spoke to The Intercept on condition of anonymity.

    lol

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  3. So many tears. Trump is going to need to build a desalination plant in DC.

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  4. What she has handed him, in fact, is his best excuse to go after the Deep State since getting elected.

    This. Yates has given President Trump a free hand to swing the axe at State and CIA, both of which need to be purged and then purged again. Her stunt, and Trump's masterful handling of it, have consigned numerous political hacks in the Deep State to the ash heap of history.

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  5. Trump's strategy to overwhelm the oppositions ability to process and respond in a consistent and coherent way is a beautiful thing to watch. He will exhaust them. They are not going to outwork this administration. I expect him to provide them with three more things to cry about before the day is over.

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  6. Do you realize how hard it is to drink coffee when you are laughing this much? As someone said yesterday, next up: scrape the graffiti off the base of the Statue of Liberty.

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  7. I'm guessing there will be no cult leader like Obama in some time so left wing hero is basically cannibal bait for the rest of the cannibal rabbits.

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  8. "Don't hate, repatriate" is gaining steam on Twitter.

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  9. Do you realize how hard it is to drink coffee when you are laughing this much? As someone said yesterday, next up: scrape the graffiti off the base of the Statue of Liberty.

    Better yet, ship that abomination back from whence it came. What better symbol of the EU's openness could there be than a French statue in the Mediterranean facing South welcoming all the newly arriving African rapefugees.

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  10. What she has handed him, in fact, is his best excuse to go after the Deep State since getting elected.

    The CIA briefs waste so much of my time! Do they have more useless African dictatorships to install and another useless coup in Guatemala to do?

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  11. Literally Nixon! Saturday night massacre! How dare he, a hand delivered letter indeed! Oh the pain, the pain.

    http://www.cnn.com/2017/01/30/opinions/monday-night-massacre-wake-up-call-to-senate-democrats-zelizer/index.html

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  12. I feel a low level of embarrassment that I didn't appreciate this upfront. The honorable thing for Sally Yates to do would have been to resign in protest, not to stay on even as she announces her unwillingness to do her job. Typical hard left attitude, no sense of personal responsibility.

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  13. The Left won't have time to turn Yates into any kind of hero. They'll be too busy having panic attacks about the Supreme Court nominee to be announced later this morning.

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  14. Ruppel acknowledged that much of her staff had come to RAIO with the understanding that their work would largely involve granting asylum approval to those fleeing hardship around the world (from The Intercept)

    Where to begin?

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  15. I hope this ZeroHedge article turns out to be fake news: Trump Administration Grants Waiver Allowing 872 Refugees Into The U.S.

    Of course they don't spell out where the refugees come from, though to me it doesn't matter:
    The 872 refugees to be admitted this week, under the waivers, were screened using Obama administration procedures, which typically take two years and include several interviews and a background check.

    Now's not the time to grant ANY mercy, no matter how small the act might be perceived.

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  16. Sweet tears to bathe in.

    That dumb broad had to go, got fired for refusing to enforce a very minor implementation regarding immigration, this is just the beginning of the Great Immigration Redux and ReVamp.

    Where was the tears and outrage over giving Iran billions in cash from teh neoconcs and cucks, none, you fear based losers - people like you hold us back and hold us down and now you are fired!

    Renegades of truth (with the power of the pen and the proper use of the letter of the law) to the Patriarchy are back in style ain't never leaving! Kek!

    So darn Happy!!

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  17. They just can't get the media spin cycle to work anymore. I'm just waiting to see what distraction Litterally Trump will throw out later this week to take eyes off his Supreme Court nominee.

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  18. Every time a leftist cries
    I feel safer.

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  19. Well, send the refugees to the liberal bastion cities whom all outed themselves in total protest and violence, show them the other side of America.

    JizlamIslam, Cucks, Never Trumpers, Neocons are incompatible with America, leave. We're done, no more mercy, compassion, rhetoric or dialectic, go home.

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  20. Trump's administration is now revealing the breadth and depth of Leftist Delusion & Convergence.

    Every TeeVee news story I've seen parades one "vulnerable refugee" after another in a naked attempt to manipulate sympathy into political belief.

    I watched my US Rep (an R) try to back Trump ("safety" "vetting" "temporary") without ONCE stating the truth: "No one is entitled to live in the USA. The world is full of suffering people. If they all came here we'd be swamped worse than now, and our lives would be destroyed. NO! Someone else's poverty isn't a justification for forcing my neighbor to welcome them into their home, feed & clothe them and offer his wife to them for a bedmate. And those who act like this is somehow our obligation are either mentally ill or our sworn adversaries. Which is it?"

    The Poster "Child" from last night's local news was a Syrian "refugee," a 60 year old woman who can't speak English, never will speak English, will always be a burden on whatever society she lands in.

    Instead of her family supporting her (as should be), her presence in the USA means my family gets to support her (and her huge brood.)

    Judas Iscariot in the form of The Conference of Catholic Bishops brought these people here to dump on us. The people working for that organization deserve to be drawn and quartered in public with the act livestreamed on FB and uploaded to Youtube. I'll pay to rent the horses.

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  21. If everything is the holocaust, then nothing is the holocaust.

    We came to see the swamp drained, we stayed for the lulz.

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  22. Basket of DeplorablesJanuary 31, 2017 8:46 AM

    If all these gov't bureaucrats have time to have a nice on the clock cry, rather than pushing the paperwork for the 99.4% of the rest of the world unaffected by this, we have way too many positions filled. Eliminating the position of everyone who has time to cry would be a good start.

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  23. > when the truth is that the process served his narrative and demonstrated, to the entire nation, how faithless and corrupt his internal enemies are.

    And ineffective. :)

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  24. draining the swamp is going well I would say

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  25. Just how useless was the Republican opposition all these years?

    Did someone catch them eating pizza and compromise them?

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  26. “There are people literally crying in the office here,” said a senior U.S. immigration official

    YES, YES, YES! CRY MORE!* THAT'S HOW WE KNOW IT'S WORKING!

    * You too, Schumer, you weasel.

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  28. How about this: The God-Emperor takes in one refugee for every celebrity who said they would leave if he were elected, and that celebrity is micro-chipped and sent to that refugee's home to live for the rest of their lives. A one-for-one swap.

    The chip is for tracking purposes, in the event the celebrity ever tries to leave their new home, and it is deeply embedded to prevent removal.

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  29. So Trump was right to cut the GOP out of the secret immigration planning and then drop the bomb.

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  30. Where there's an actual will, there is a way. FAst.


    For the elites, Refugees are in reality NEVER meant to go back.

    Because its a facilitated invasion. And those promoting it want it. They do not want White nations, they do not want there to be a place for Europeans, they want Genocide. This 'crisis' is just another excuse to try.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HFYlkxYkoQ

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  31. These same burocrats crying over being unable to process refugees were the same one's BLOCKING CHRISTIAN REFUGEES from entering.

    We're they crYing over Christians being beheded?

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  32. What frustrates me most is the double standard. Over in the Department of Defense, everybody has subordination to civilian authority hammered into them. Uniformed, Civil Service...it doesn't matter. They hold their noses and obey all legal directives. Period.

    The rest of the Federal Government needs the same professional standards hammered into them.

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  33. Immigrants are magic and now they will be sent to diverse, tolerant and vibrant muslim dominant countries where Immigrant Magic will make them even more dynamic and vibrant.

    It is high time the white soooooopremacist America stop stealing this immigrant magic

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  34. He did say that he was going to try and protect Christian refugees in some form. Those 872 could be those.

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  35. Like most Democrats, Yates objects to the president's executive order.

    Continuing to call them 'Democrats' is becoming increasingly absurd by the day.

    At least if we started referring to them as 'Themocrats' we'll only be two letters away from the truth.

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  36. BbigGayKoranBurnerJanuary 31, 2017 9:11 AM

    All the talk of (((Spontanious))) and (((grassroots))), do none of the journalists get emails from Soros' Move On?

    “There are people literally crying in the office here,” said a senior U.S. immigration official who

    If you are looking for a surgeon you want one that can make nurses cry.

    off the base of the Statue of Liberty...Better yet, ship that abomination back from whence it came.

    It was a gift funded from collections of French school children, the jewish poem was put on it 17 years after it was put up.

    Of course they don't spell out where the refugees come from, though to me it doesn't matter:
    The 872 refugees to be admitted this week, under the waivers,


    TRUMP has said before we should favor Christian refugees, hopefully that is the case for extra shitlib howls.

    I'm just waiting to see what distraction Litterally Trump will throw out later this week to take eyes off his Supreme Court nominee.

    Let him ban Bathhouse Barry from his golf course.

    a 60 year old woman who can't speak English, never will speak English, will always be a burden on whatever society she lands in.

    You did see that only men contribute more to the US than they take, likely only Asian/white men.
    http://judgybitch.com/2016/08/16/reblog-research-find-that-as-a-group-only-men-pay-tax/

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  37. The funniest thing about all of this is that both the leftards and the cucks still believe Trump is extremely thin skinned and just too stupid to stop doing things that make people that don't like him not like him even more. Reminds me of Tad advising Vox. If they would just think it through, they might avoid the next beat-down. Nah...Bring on the next beat-down; I'm not tired of winning yet.

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  38. I want to see that dissent memo released so I know which colleagues to say goodbye to. Oh...I cannot wait for the purges to begin in earnest.

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  39. @33. Is a Christian from the MENA aligned with the West just because they're Christian? I don't believe so; time to put a freeze on this refugee nonsense and utilize immigration to seek the best and brightest from Western civilized nations first and foremost.

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  40. What are you going on about National Review for? Was there supposed to be a link to them somewhere?

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  41. This administration is a real education. Never before have I paid so much attention to politics. Has there ever been a time where so many people have paid attention, informed or ignorant, to every move of the President?

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  42. old man in a villaJanuary 31, 2017 9:29 AM

    “There are people literally crying in the office here,” said a senior U.S. immigration official who spoke to The Intercept on condition of anonymity.

    Literally. Crying.

    LOL

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  43. Nate Winchester wrote:What are you going on about National Review for? Was there supposed to be a link to them somewhere?
    Ever hear of Google? Or just going to the National Reviews site and finding the article? It's the first one listed in the top left hand corner. It's not hard to find.

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  44. The really fun part of all this? These are just Trump's practice swings! Imagine what will have been rolled out by next year?!

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  45. Happy LP9 wrote:Where was the tears and outrage over giving Iran billions in cash from teh neoconcs and cucks, none, you fear based losers - people like you hold us back and hold us down and now you are fired!

    The NeoCons and cucks are still whining about one of the few things Obama got right, the Iran deal. The only people against giving Iran back it's own own money are Israel First shills.

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  46. Has dh commented at all since the election? I've been waiting to see him eat crow but I must have missed it, or he's just too rotten to admit his astute pronouncements were nothing but empty, delusional, Leftist wishful blabbering.

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  47. It'll be real bad when those same people are literally shaking. I think crying comes before shaking in the litany of the triggered victim.

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  48. OT: Is this a new trend, a one time thing or a false op?

    http://www.foxnews.com/world/2017/01/30/suspect-charged-with-murder-in-quebec-mosque-terror-attack.html

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  49. Nick S wrote:The funniest thing about all of this is that both the leftards and the cucks still believe Trump is extremely thin skinned and just too stupid to stop doing things that make people that don't like him not like him even more.

    Yes. It's hilarious, and pathetic, to listen to these people continue to totally miss the brilliance of things like the inauguration crowd blow up. But hey, it makes these tactics effective much longer than they probably should be. These people are too dumb to live.

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  50. Now time for Trump to go after the refugee resettlement industry. They are everywhere, and constantly propagandizing and lobbying local politicians.

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  51. It's time for a Harrying of the Swamp -- William the Conqueror style.

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  52. pyrrhus wrote:Now time for Trump to go after the refugee resettlement industry. They are everywhere, and constantly propagandizing and lobbying local politicians.

    Are you talking about: (((the refugee resettlement industry.)))???

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  53. Speaking of doubling down on libtard virtue Drudge's headline is that California wants to be a sanctuary state.

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  54. a deplorable rubberduckyJanuary 31, 2017 9:51 AM

    Napoleon 12pdr @34, I wish what you were saying were true! I work in a DoD research lab. My colleagues are academic types, so maybe this is a special case, but I think not from what I've seen on field tests. They are just as loony-toon and reliably treasonous as you'll find on any given college campus.

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  55. DMV,

    Yes he has, and dh is a regular in good faith here.

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  56. As for the dissent memo...I don't know. The impression I've formed of Trump is that he draws a distinction between Loyal Opposition and Sworn Enemies. The former may disagree with their orders, reserves the right to make the case against them...but will carry those orders out to the best of their ability. The latter will attempt to undermine those orders.

    I get the impression that Trump will tolerate the first group, crush the second.

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  57. im genuinely happy for you guys. Lord knows you needed this after 8 years of the communist traitor.

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  58. I think the left has not really had the measure of the President yet. She probably really believed that by standing up and making her pitch she would be honored, and would single handedly stop the EO when Trump backed down. Not so.

    Trump is playing whack-a-mole with all the heads that stick themselves up. Of course this will cause the smarter ones to go underground, but they should be able to be found by who appointed them, and previous statements.

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  59. How hard can it be to understand tha one extra person at your dinner-table may be an easily accomodated guest, even if they have "different" manners and special dietary habit, but a dozen extra mouths is a problem, and a thousand means we all starve?

    The cost of decadence and soft living is ignorance and apathay, I guess.

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  60. The vast majority of FSOs and US "immigration officials" genuinely believe their job is to represent the interests of whatever country they're posted to, or the potential immigrants from that country. Representing America and American interests is meaningless to them; they view America as a proposition/liberty/equality so anyone is as American as everyone else, and in the rare case that proposition has any legitimate interests, those are stated by only the correct elected official - of the SJW variety. As members of the executive branch, FSOs are sworn in under presidential authority - but I can remember up to about half my A100 class vehemently insisting the newly-elected Bush I (for all his flaws, they really viewed him at the time as the continuation of the hated Reagan) was not "their" president and they did not consider themselves under anyone's authority. If they acknowledged any authority at all it was that same, vague, amorphous "equality" and various leftist propositions.

    Trump ought to fire all existing FSOs (sorry, Sherwood) and utterly redo FSO training. Instead of spending 85% of the time telling FSOs they're the smartest of the smart, the elite, the best, they need to be massively humbled and have it drummed into them they serve at the President's pleasure and are employed to carry out his policies, not their own beliefs.

    Schumer and his spawn, just like Soros and his, needs to be eradicated from the face of the earth. Every generation, every blood relative to whatever degree. No quarter.

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  61. @56 many many s/w engineers are inexplicably pro-SJW etc. not sure why, but there you have it.

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  62. semi-OT:

    @ Vox: I just clicked on your Gab link here at my DOD job. This popped up:

    "Your request was denied because of its content categorization: "Violence/Hate/Racism".

    Your blog is blocked too w/ .com because of "Newsgroups/Forums". But I can surely access the forum of such shitholes as www.democraticunderground.com

    Nate's blog is blocked because of "Weapons".

    Yup. The freakin' WAR DEPARTMENT blocks anything relating to firearms.

    We pay vendors for moving weapons all day long... but I can't research my next firearms purchase.

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  63. The National Security Never Trumpers are even less likely to get a job now that it is revealed they will sabotage Trump. Time to clean house. Even some Republicans legislators are dissenting. The voters are watching.

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  64. A conservative who doesn't preserve and facilitate the total conquest of all institutions by the Left?

    Who'd'a fucking though such an animal existed.

    FOR THE GOD EMPEROR!
    FOR THE LULZ!

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  65. I'm sure many leftists and neo-cons are befuddled by the constant drubbing they're receiving; WTF is this guy? Yes bitchez, the beatings will continue and we don't GAF about your morale.

    Trump Files Early With FEC For 2020 Candidacy, Outmaneuvers Nonprofits

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  66. Semi-OT, I still think there's a direct link between infection with the brain-eating Toxoplasma gondii and the entire leftist paradigm.
    https://blogs.scientificamerican.com/science-sushi/toxoplasmas-dark-side-the-link-between-parasite-and-suicide/
    In 2006, researchers linked Toxoplasma infection to neuroticism in both men and women. Neuroticism - as defined by psychology - is the "an enduring tendency to experience negative emotional states," including depression, guilt and insecurity. The link between neuroticism and suicide is well established, thus if the parasite does make people more neurotic, it's not surprising that it influences rates of self-violence.

    Leftists, gammas, etc., these people really are all catshit crazy.

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  67. ... that would essentially paralyze the asylum and immigration process for those fleeing some of the world’s most volatile places.

    If they are in such a hurry to flee, they can always pick another country. There are only 198 to choose from. The truth is, they aren't fleeing anything. They are seeking.

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  68. If you are looking for a surgeon you want one that can make nurses cry.

    These are harsh times which call for a harsh physician. Dear Liberals, we don't care about your tears. We don't care about your fake emotion's...because we know that your tears will soon turn into rage when you don't get your way. Stick a pacifier in their mouths and put em in a permanent time-out.

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  69. Dissent letter?
    "I've accepted their resignations".

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  70. The gamma metrosexuals and dykes who comprise the majority of FSOs can't keep their mouths shut. These cancers will pipe up and be excised, and then rat out their fellow travelers. It's how they roll. I'm thinking about a hobby career post-retirement, and it looks like State will have a number of vacancies at about that same time.

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  71. Chris Mallory wrote:Happy LP9 wrote:Where was the tears and outrage over giving Iran billions in cash from teh neoconcs and cucks, none, you fear based losers - people like you hold us back and hold us down and now you are fired!

    The NeoCons and cucks are still whining about one of the few things Obama got right, the Iran deal. The only people against giving Iran back it's own own money are Israel First shills.


    As always, it's funny to see SJW's and Alt-Righters of certain...flavors converge on the Israel question.

    Here's are some questions for you:

    1. Do you want to see significant quantities of Jews in your country move to Israel ?

    2. Did this deal make that scenario more or less likely?

    3. Who did most U.S Jews vote for ?

    A Nuclear Iran is an existential issue for Israel. Perhaps you don't see it that way, it doesn't matter. Israelis do. As such it pretty much trumps every other issue (A fact which the sniveling opportunist Bibi rides on every election). Perhaps you think the holocaust is real. Perhaps you think it's an elaborate hoax. It doesn't matter - for Israelis and U.S Jews alike it a specter that is in the background and informs all public discourse.

    You probably have your own notions as to how Obama's administration viewed American nationalism. I contest that its views were even less compatible with Israeli Nationalism. It's no accident that the Iran deal was followed by a massive security aid deal with Israel, that while increasing the sum of money given, made it harder for Israel to use the aid in its own security industries, basically chaining it to the American ones more than ever.

    And the funny thing is, most Jews in the U.S (which as I claimed before, by now are a nation distinct from the one in Israel) are very uncomfortable with Israeli Nationalism and the very notion of Jews as a nation. Having Israel under constant existential threat, and in constant need for American aid, saves them the need to deal with that question.

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  72. God-Emperor, I like the cut of your Jeb!

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  73. basementhomebrewerJanuary 31, 2017 10:37 AM

    Now California is threatening to enact statewide sanctuary

    I am hoping for this showdown. They are under the delusion that the rest of the country needs them. When fed funding is cut off and other states are told not to do business with California or the same will happen to them, things will get interesting. I can wait for the flood of media stories about poor starving Mexican children in California, or how Trump caused the Mexican lead riots in their major cities.

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  74. Man Trump is really a hardcore leader.

    I mean he is a tough man with smooth talk; when I look at him on TV, while he was signing those executive orders I said to myself "He is probably a nice guy, yeah he has to be, look at that cheetos smile and smooth talk, yeah that is a nice man doing what he has to do". Then he just pwns his enemies with extreme prejudice XD.

    I mean it is scary and awesome, shock and awe Marines!

    I hope Trumo goes 8 years, and those years become great economically and culturally for the American People, it would be like a beacon for everybody in the World! Europe would decide to do Reconquista 2.0 as Vox says, and Brazil... well we would probably go straight into civil war and the country would be gone.

    u_u damn it, it never looks good my way. Still I hope Trump makes it, I mean, remember that guy from the Godzilla movie from 1998 when the dude electrifies the ground and all worms just come out like a E-Hole from Gears of Wars, the electricity is his actions, the worms are the SJW's ... and Trump is the HAMMER OF DAWN!

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  75. In my area the local news put on a female student from Syria. She was complaining about not knowing when she would be able travel to see her family again and specifically brought up her two grandmothers.

    Syria!

    You know, where their having a civil war.

    Why in the hell would you voluntarily go back to a country that is having a civil war?

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  76. It's so typical of the Never-Trump cucks at National Review to try to portray the God-Emperor's decisive action as some sort of failure

    Indeed. That's why it was way too soon to say they seemed to be un-cucking themselves, as someone did a few days ago. It will always be too soon. They will spend the entire Trump administration yearning for him to screw up and looking for the negative side of everything he does. Even here, after admitting that he did the right thing, they found an excuse to go back to the very dry well of suggesting that he's foolish and incompetent.

    They will never be on our side, and people need to stop hoping they will out of misplaced nostalgia or magnanimity. Do you want to be in a bunker with a guy who starts sneaking up on you with a knife every time the shooting gets heavy? I don't. Burn NRO down and piss on the ashes and be done with it.

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  77. BTW, must create meme where Trump "Ima firing ma laz0r" from a sattelite, just like the Hammer of Dawn. It would be awesome!

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  78. @75:

    The glorious part will be when white liberals like Jerry Brown are torn asunder physically and politically. Please, God, let this happen.

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  79. This is how you control the news cycle. Got 'em on a short leash now.

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  80. President Trump is a businessman who has spent his entire adult life operating large and growing business concerns all over the world. He is handling this new job the way he would handle any business concern. If personnel are unable or unwilling to do the tasks they were hired and paid to do they are terminated. If his competitors malign and impugn him he maligns and impugns them right back while laughing in their faces. When he promises to deliver a product or service he does his best to make good on the promise.

    How many of the people in government employ have held even one job in the private sector? They haven't had to perform according to the standards that employees in the private sector have to meet every day. They have been supervised by other government employees who were appointed by politicians the vast majority of whom have either never worked in the private sector or have been immersed in politics for so long they have forgotten what it was like to have to actually deliver.

    The first concern of the politician is to get elected and reelected. When you are constantly wheedling and begging and cajoling and lying to get people to vote for you there is the constant fear of seeming to give offense. We on the right have had to live with mealy-mouthed poltroons masquerading as fearless defenders of freedom and champions of always vague and often unnamed but extremely significant values. Politicians avoid hard stands because to do so is to offend someone and risk bad press. Business men live the world of having to take a stand for a product or a service. Business men know that the best way to overcome bad press and criticism is to deliver what was promised and then laugh all the way to the bank. The complaints of the competition are music to the ears of a businessman because it means he is winning.

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  81. A Paradigm Is More Than Twenty Deplorable CentsJanuary 31, 2017 10:42 AM

    I'm sure that Sally thought she'd be the brave little girl who would sally forth to stand up to the big meanie, and everyone would rally around her, then the big meanie would have second thoughts. Government like some After School Special.

    Libtard bubbles are big and have thick walls. But they can be popped, as Trump has shown.

    Literally crying? Here, my popcorn is not salty enough, MOAR tears please! For my LuLZ

    Trump 2016 for the LOLZ, yes, yes!

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  82. Do you want to be in a bunker with a guy who starts sneaking up on you with a knife every time the shooting gets heavy? I don't.

    They're Gammas.

    Never trust your back to a Gamma.

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  83. What do you kids think of this?

    Experts say President Trump is violating the Constitution. What happens now?

    It's BS to me, but boy, these guys really want civil war.

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  84. @63. Turk Drendel
    many many s/w engineers are inexplicably pro-SJW etc. not sure why, but there you have it.

    Vast majority of s/w engineers are low value, with an overrepresentation of Gammas. And Gammas are very often SJWs, because they specialize in virtue-signal-snowflaking, which fits the Secret King Gamma very well.

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  85. So apparently the leftists have come up with another tactic for defeating the EO regarding temporarily halting the importing of potential terrorists while looking at ways to permanently end the importation of potential terrorists.

    Other countries should stop allowing US citizens to visit them!

    That's right, the US will learn its lesson when Germany stops allowing US citizens access to Germany!

    That'll show em!

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  86. @73 Pretty simple, end all aid to Israel from the American tax payer. Cut off all aid to every other nation while you are at it.

    Israel and it's defense are not the responsibility of the American tax payer.

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  87. @85

    Well let the CIVIL WAR BE!!!! Ò_Ó (mad face)

    So Vox's people can take their lands back! Yeah they will be radioactive but, you know, you have to crack some heads to to do a revenge p0rn... I mean you have to melt a pot, in order for you to do an omelette. No wait... You have to Inject the yolk into the pot so the shell will melt and you can do a ham sandwich. =___= something is wrong...

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  88. @85: The best possible outcome for the current crisis would be if the SJW and dysfunctional minority-infested states did pull out of the union peacefully. In fact, that should be subtly facilitated in such a way they are unaware it is a very, very agreeable divorce.

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  89. OT, time to cancel your Netflix accounts:
    Reed Hastings, Netflix CEO, on Saturday, January 28, 2017 :

    "Trump’s actions are hurting Netflix employees around the world, and are so un-American it pains us all. Worse, these actions will make America less safe (through hatred and loss of allies) rather than more safe. A very sad week, and more to come with the lives of over 600,000 Dreamers here in a America under imminent threat. It is time to link arms together to protect American values of freedom and opportunity."

    Fuck him. I cancelled my Netflix account.

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  90. Gotta love these libtards who all of a sudden found this document called the 'Constitution' to make their case.

    Inadmissible Aliens
    https://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/text/8/1182

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  91. Robert: Um, I don't think so. I'm not giving up any part of the US to any group, foreign or domestic. My point is, these guys are willing to go that far it seems. I'm dumbfounded, at the very least. But resolved to do what it takes to keep that from happening; even if it means extincting the cuck/SJW CA population.

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  92. @89, I think you meant "You have to crack some revenge pr0n to egg the Whitehouse"

    An old-timer was going outback to do a long fencing run. A mate asks "Have you got supplies? Food?" Old timer peels back the tarp to reveal carton upon carton of beer, and pronounces:

    "There's a ham sandwich in every can!"

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  93. Am loving all of this, no matter how it plays out. If Trump keeps at it and accomplishes his goals, we can revitalize America while purging the fifth column that opposes him. If he fails and/or things spiral out of control, then the federal government will be de-legitimized and we can go about ordering our affairs locally.

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  94. This just happened to me today too, I although I work in a different department outside the US.

    "@ Vox: I just clicked on your Gab link here at my DOD job. This popped up:

    "Your request was denied because of its content categorization: "Violence/Hate/Racism".

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  95. @93:

    The United States will break apart into different polities. If it can be done with as little bloodshed as possible, that will be good. Give the Nuevo Republic of California SJWs a participation trophy and let the counties that want to remain part of the union form a new state. They are willing to go that far, so let them.

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  96. Just heard the Dems are challenging with a full scale pissing contest. I'm betting on team Trump.

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  97. @85 What do you kids think of this?

    Experts say President Trump is violating the Constitution. What happens now?

    Possibly the most ludicrous "legal" claim of the year. The Constitution and Immigration act gives the President full discretion in the matter of immigration and naturalization.

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  98. a deplorable rubberduckyJanuary 31, 2017 11:20 AM

    Every Blogger site (including this one) has been blocked from my DoD access for about 10 years now. I very surprised anybody could, until today, see this site from a stock DoD issued machine. Blogger sites have been on the DoD verboten list for quite some time. Your local sysadmins must be undergoing a security audit and being brought to spec. (Which makes it very hard to get anything done -- they block a lot sites often including ones you need to do your job, as mentioned above).

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  99. Does everyone remember the shrieking badgering of the woman who didn't want to sign the same sex marriage certificate? The "do your job or resign" arguments?

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  100. Maybe someone's said this already.

    Does anyone on the left not remember when retired General Stanley McChrystal broke bad on, and talked shit about, former president Obama? Does anyone on the left not remember that Obama promptly summoned McChrystal to a private meeting, whereupon Obama summarily fired McChrystal from his position as commander of forces in the Iraq/Afghan war?

    McChrystal was clearly insubordinate. Obama was right to fire him. And at the time the conservative blogosphere conceded Obama was right to fire him. Because the principle was that we cannot have subordinates in the Armed Forces failing to subordinate themselves to their commander in chief. We cannot have a situation where we have subordinates who clearly will not follow orders, or even that there's a DANGER they will not carry out what the President wants them to do.

    So it is here. Suck it up buttercups - It's President Trump, the duly elected POTUS, and he has the authority to fire subordinates who are clearly expressing inability or unwillingness to do their jobs.

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  101. @97 The United States will break apart into different polities. If it can be done with as little bloodshed as possible, that will be good. Give the Nuevo Republic of California SJWs a participation trophy and let the counties that want to remain part of the union form a new state. They are willing to go that far, so let them.

    That would be interesting. Absent a Treaty, California would lose its share of the Colorado River water, 40% of its electric power, and would have to fund all its own Social Security, Medicare, Medicaid, food stamps, and EBT cards. I give it a week.....

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  102. Got a couple of details wrong.

    McChrystal broke bad on and shit on former VP Biden (one of the most unintelligent men ever to hold power. Never has so little gone so far in politics). Obama called McChrystal to WDC where McChrystal resigned. But clearly, had McChrystal stuck to his guns and refused to resign, then-POTUS Obama would have fired him.

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  103. They're now pulling a wisconsin on Trump in the senate and boycotting hearings to prevent a quorum.

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  104. Job question: Is being a little crybaby bitch a prerequisite for gubmint jobs these days? Because it seems like that's the reaction to every single thing Trump does. Crying. That may make leftist scum feel bad, but to me, it's just oh-so-amusing.

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  105. I'm certainly glad you are on our side.

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  106. Literally crying. Who gives a flying fuck?

    Policy governing the most powerful nation on the planet should be made by tears of illegal aliens,

    Is this really supposed to be journalism?

    Fuck sake.

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  107. @105 aew511!!eleven83

    lol

    Looks like our countries ain't so different after all hehehe n_n

    @96

    Well we do know that Vox is Uber Indian Raciss. He even has a Swarovska in the back of his neck.

    @94

    Must say that the Old timer is well prepared, those bottled ham sandwichs will last for days.

    I guess You have to White the House before the Pot melts over the Omelette or something like that...

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  108. Just skimmed John Chen's statement on the immigration issue, and talk about going thru the motion, I sensed little passion

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  109. @103:

    Maybe we can exchange food for land. If these idiots were to leave, the deal would be they couldn't ever come back no matter how thirsty they got.

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  110. The security detail for Trump has got to be the most epic in history. All the right people are triggered and pissed off right now.

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  111. I already cancelled my Netflix account when they announced a planned price increase. Little chance I would renew it now.

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  112. As I understand it, if the Senate Dem's try to prevent a quorum, eventually Trump can simply install his picks.

    I do wonder if we really are heading for a Constitutional Crisis. With stocks at ATH's, this seems absurd, but Leftism is a parasitic brain disease so....

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  113. "Elections have consequences!"

    Surely the Democrats remember that quote....

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  114. Is a Christian from the MENA aligned with the West just because they're Christian? I don't believe so; time

    They might simply be a taqiyya lying moslem but if they are Christian it would poke the left in the eye.

    The only people against giving Iran back it's own own money are Israel First shills.

    It was the money of the America loving Iran used to buy weapons that would have let it defeat the coupe. It's like burglars asking for a refund on a home security system that was paid for but not set up yet. It also might make jews less likely to go to Israel.

    Speaking of doubling down on libtard virtue Drudge's headline is that California wants to be a sanctuary state.

    They have 1/3 of all US welfare recipients, let them give up federal funds.

    Semi-OT, I still think there's a direct link between infection with the brain-eating Toxoplasma gondii and the entire leftist paradigm

    Its been proven to make PMS worse

    Experts say President Trump is violating the Constitution. What happens now?It's BS to me, but boy

    Its the same constitution that guarantees the right to gay wedding cakes.

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  115. It is all coming to a head much quicker than I expected, but this is one battle the left cannot win. All I see on the right is a hardening of attitudes (which is good), as there is no possibility of compromise with the left at this point on any issue. We are entering a civil war, if not a shooting one, a compete split in worldview between the two sides, it is like we inhabit two different worlds with two realities.

    Within my family there is already a split. The leftist side literally sounds as if they are having a psychotic break with reality. One female wrote a long missive to my wife that read like something a schizophrenic would write. I am not joking, it was incoherent with no logical structure at all, from a female with a masters degree.

    If the senate refuses to confirm any of Trumps picks, so be it, ignore them and appoint interim folks who are more hard line than the eventual picks.

    Any official who does not follow the line, fire them.

    If California wants to be a sanctuary state, hold up all federal welfare payments until they comply.

    If the left revolts or riots, crush them. In legal manner of course.

    In the end the best we can hope for is Emigration followed by evacuation of the invaders. I truly hope that the evacuation does not become something worse.

    Troubled Times have come.

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  116. This just happened to me today too, I although I work in a different department outside the US.

    "@ Vox: I just clicked on your Gab link here at my DOD job. This popped up:

    "Your request was denied because of its content categorization: "Violence/Hate/Racism".


    Both of you, please email me screen shots devoid of any personally identifying information. This is a request from Gab. We can do something with this.

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  117. If President Clinton could sell nights in the Lincoln Bedroon for campaign donations, I don't care about foreigners buying rooms in Trump hotels as an 'emolument.'

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  118. Mexico's huge remittance income...https://strategypage.com/qnd/mexico/articles/20170131.aspx#foo
    Tax it!

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  119. It is almost like you can ignore the tears and tantrums of liberals and they become powerless.

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  120. Such a breath of fresh air in the shithouse that is the Federal government.

    President Trumps actions are just so amazing, so incredible after witnessing a lifetime of lying, shitbag politicians.

    It's like I have to keep pinching myself to remind myself that I'm actually awake.

    And it's only week 2.

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  121. When I heard about the Obama-appointee Yates and that people were wondering why Trump had left her there in the first place, I said to myself, "So he can make an example of her as soon as she steps out of line!" And then she stepped out of line, and, as my youngest said about a 2-piece puzzle, "just boom, and you're done!"

    Who didn't see that one coming?

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  122. @122 It's like I have to keep pinching myself to remind myself that I'm actually awake.

    And it's only week 2.


    I prefer the Conan method as seen in "The Slithering Shadow." When his female companion asks him if they might have fallen under the sleep spell cast upon the city, he spanks her and says, "Feels awake to me."

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  123. > Has dh commented at all since the election?

    Yes. He admitted that he was mistaken. I think he's still trying to digest the details though.

    > Speaking of doubling down on libtard virtue Drudge's headline is that California wants to be a sanctuary state.

    I'd prefer they be their own country. But that's just because I want to set the precedent of peaceful secession.

    > That's right, the US will learn its lesson when Germany stops allowing US citizens access to Germany!

    You mean like all the US military personnel there? I can live with that. We have jobs for them on the southern border.

    > OT, time to cancel your Netflix accounts:

    What Netflix account? It's not like you can't pick up most movies worth watching on the $4.99 rack at Walmart.

    > They're now pulling a wisconsin on Trump in the senate and boycotting hearings to prevent a quorum.

    From a distant memory, I believe the government can call federal marshals to compel their presence. The details aren't coming up though. Perhaps someone else can provide them.

    > With stocks at ATH's

    We've had a sell off yesterday and so far today. Nothing major, but they're off their highs. Perhaps a reaction to more expected visa cutbacks (esp. h=H-1B)? Who knows. But we've had a good run up for almost three months. It's past time for some profit taking.

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  124. and Brazil... well we would probably go straight into civil war and the country would be gone.

    @76 Eduardo
    I've heard proposals for the southern three states (maybe four, with São Paulo) breaking away from the rest of the country. How viable would that be?

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  125. A search on the quorum matter turns up the following page (pdf):

    https://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/pkg/GPO-RIDDICK-1992/pdf/GPO-RIDDICK-1992-11.pdf

    Briefly, if all else fails, the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to find and arrest the missing Senators to compel their presence.

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  126. @57 & @125 Thank you.

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  127. For those few who don't already read him, Buchanan's take on the order and the reactions: http://buchanan.org/blog/the-first-firestorm-126483

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  128. For the elites, Refugees are in reality NEVER meant to go back.

    Australia took in hundreds of thousands of Lebanese refugees starting in the 70s. None of them have ever fucked off back home (except criminals fleeing beyond extradition) despite Lebanon now being in a position to take in refugees itself.

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  129. When his female companion asks him if they might have fallen under the sleep spell cast upon the city, he spanks her and says, "Feels awake to me."

    If you suspect you are sleeping you can take over your dreams its called lucid dreaming. I usually fly when I lucid dream.

    if all else fails, the Sergeant at Arms is authorized to find and arrest the missing Senators to compel their presence.

    Tell him to check Comet Pizza first then the bath houses.

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  130. Live from the Sessions confirmation hearing: Ted Cruz rips Sally Yates for refusing to enforce the travel ban, quotes exact section of applicable US Code that permits the President to implement said ban.

    Unfortunately, he then continues to speak where it would have been more appropriate to stand up and do a mic drop.

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  131. @126 VFM #7634

    Well the three South States (Santa Catarina, Rio Grande do Sul and Paraná) could attempt to leave the errrr "Union" but I don't see it happening peacefully.

    Long time ago the state of Rio Grande do Sul attempted to separate and create it's own country, and were repressed by the government, same think with other two other States from other regions, including São Paulo. Basically our government has a History of crushing any kind of insurrection and separatists. So there is a historical familiarity for repression and no prevision in constitution for anyone to leave, as a matter of fact the constitution allows the president to fight off such groups and our government is entirely made of Soft Lefties or Hardcore SOB's who are well aware that if the South or just São Paulo leaves the federal government would be over within a week, since the South States and São Paulo are the economical Juggernauts in the Country and therefore the ones who make all government things happen, with exception of maybe 2 states that actually can produce the money to maintain all government related projects, all other states take money away from the South and São Paulo. Hence the reason for a Separatist movement, however the movement has no traction with people, it is mostly made by a small group that doesn't really influence the local governments, and the Nationalism in the South is pretty strong, they wouldn't think of leaving as the correct thing to do. The problem they have can also be fixed by having a federal government that is actually worth something (AKA utopia! This country has an industry of corrupt politicians)

    So, I think that their dream is REALLLLY a looooooong shot. Very unlikely in a peaceful way and even if they were to grab arms to split they wouldn't be able to gather a lot of support, which as far as I know they have no desire for any kind of Guerrila warfare. So right now the separatists are stuck with the Stupid Federal Government. They and everybody else...

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  132. If that list is circulating, he will get his hands on it.

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  133. " . . . ship that abomination back from whence it came. What better symbol of the EU's openness could there be . . ."

    Given what the statue was actually created to symbolize, it could have been returned in 1918 and should have been in 1945, and placed in La Rochelle harbor facing NY harbor.

    To remind the French that the debt had been paid in full - with interest.

    Kind of a traveling anti-trophy and it's their serve.

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  134. I meant to post this in this thread, PTB delete dupe in the other if you like.

    The Statue of Liberty is a French whore, spawned from the bloody savage French revolution, a parasite, virus, Trojan horse sucking the life out of America.

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  135. I also note with interest that the famous line generally attributed to "Black Jack" Pershing acknowledged the debt, but that it was owed to the person of Lafayette, not the nation of France.

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  136. Mr.MantraMan wrote:Speaking of doubling down on libtard virtue Drudge's headline is that California wants to be a sanctuary state.

    Now I'm having fantasies about California openly rebelling against Trump policies, Trump sending in the troops and reducing California to the status that the southern states had after the Civil War. Then Texas carpetbaggers come in and take over the government. :)

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  137. File this under "You Can't Make This Shit Up." An excerpt from a story/editorial/advertisement in today's New York Times, written without a trace of irony:

    At least part of the mounting consternation in the capital was because of the clear break with ingrained rituals and ways of doing business.

    When Democrats were clashing with President George W. Bush, there was a general expectation of how things would go and the realization that both sides understood their roles.


    That may be the highest albeit unintended praise to date heaped on the GE.

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  138. @68 "I still think there's a direct link between infection with the brain-eating Toxoplasma gondii and the entire leftist paradigm."

    Not necessarily. I expect I have the nasty parasite-thing (had cats growing up and into my late 30s). And I am a far right reactionary who tells the Repubs when they call (damn! just about every week!) looking for money that I am dedicated to the disassembly of the Repub party! Alt-Right all the way!

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  139. @139:

    Change. Go figure.

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  140. @87 "That's right, the US will learn its lesson when Germany stops allowing U.S. citizens access to Germany!"

    GREAT! Bring the troops home!!

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  141. dc.sunsets wrote:As I understand it, if the Senate Dem's try to prevent a quorum, eventually Trump can simply install his picks.
    Even easier, close the session. When Congress is recessed for more than 2 weeks, the President is free to appoint anyone he likes to any post without need for confirmation. I believe the appointment lasts for 1 year.
    And a recess resolution only needs a majority of those present.

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  142. @143 Snidely
    I suspect it's more Trump's style to fight for his nominees by the book, tooth-and-nail. Reason being, it's in his Alpha nature to want to compel the sniveling Democrats holding things up to submit to his will, and to beat them until they do.

    A recess appointment strikes me as more Gamma-like, a "declaring victory via end-run" trick that Democrats use whenever they can -- like the reconciliation maneuver they used for Obungholecare -- and I doubt Trump would do this unless it was absolutely necessary.

    He's already given "Fake Tears" Chuck Schumer a new nickname. You don't want Trump to give you a new nickname, especially one that's as emasculating as this one.

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  143. Someone mentioned earlier the 60 year old Syrian whom was the latest poster child

    Surely the response to any on the LEFT crying about this woman just needs to be grabbed, dragged to the nearest homeless person and say "HERE help THIS person right in front of you! They need help and they are your fellow countryman."

    Jack Donovan (Author) talked about this. Helping people far away that have no cultural links is great for virtue signalling. Helping people of your own tribe in your own city carries no weight with the LEFT.

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  144. Speaking of "Yes, President," I was watching "Yes, Minister" on YouTube recently. My God, how did anything so honest ever get on the air?

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  145. @118

    I haven't tried Gab at my particular agency, but I can get to Vox Popoli and Alpha Game just fine. I think it depends on who's got control of the firewall and how they set up the rules.

    Of course, unlike many of my civilian co-workers, I don't have enough time during the day to sit around and Gab. Coming to VP to read the updates from the Supreme Dark Lord is fulfilling enough, and plausible enough to tell folks it's a break from reading through mindless government writing that nobody not being paid at least 6 figures would willingly read.

    They did, however, bitch about my being on Failbook the first day I actually had full system access. At the time, it was the only way to keep in communication with the wife about a personal issue we needed to coordinate throughout the day over. Between the actual work, the endless virtue signaling and the uselessness of the govies, I haven't logged on to that forum while on the clock in almost a month. Haven't missed it. If I could get my family and close friends to other, markedly un-cucked platforms, I could definitely get away from the Failbook.

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  146. @25-I was reading Sam Francis' "Revolution from the Middle," and the back cover talks about seeing ourselves as insurgents rather than conservatives. That's what Trump is doing, basically. His inaugural address was about taking it to the Washington class on behalf of the majority population. He's not there to conserve anything of the status quo, though hopefully he can reinstate some of the old, discarded ways.

    One problem with the conservative movement, among many, was that they saw themselves as defending something (the nation, constitutional government, U.S. culture, Western Civilization) against lefty forces intent on taking over. But the left has already taken over. They own the culture, the government. That fight is past. You can fight to stop them from taking over more by defending the already-instituted leftism. But that's an untenable position. The other side has all the initiative.

    The left doesn't own the nation or our civilization, but is in the process of destroying them. To stop that destruction, you must attack, not merely defend. Certainly you can't do it while leaving in the hands of the enemy virtually all institutional power. Therefore, you must storm the citadel of government, education, media, and so forth. There's no other option.

    Realizing this represents a "gestalt switch." It won't happen to a lot of conservatives, and almost none of the leadership. Which consists mostly of the leftists of two seconds ago, who've been outflanked by the vanguard left. Obviously they have reason to defend Washington as it is. They helped build it! How they ever managed to convince the rest of the right they represented all the right I'll never know, except that they had access to the Megaphone.

    Regarding the Switch, once you realize lefties run the government and culture, it's easy to be a radical. Then you have no use for conservatism, except for the Big, Timeless things, like the nation, religion, and civilization itself. For everything else, it's vaguely ridiculous.

    Except defending the two-seconds-ago past. Nothing's better than conservatism at that. (Because nothing else bothers trying.)

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  147. @123 ""just boom, and you're done!"
    Who didn't see that one coming?"

    Uh, the entire American left?! WINNING!

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  148. Please, please, PLEASE sign it and release it, brave diplomats and associates abroad.

    There are reports that 900 of the dumb bastards actually signed. They probably thought "What. He can't fire us all.
    Maybe they are too young to remember what Reagan did to the air traffic controllers.

    Meanwhile, Spicer Says: White House spokesman Sean Spicer said on Monday he was aware of the memo but warned career diplomats that they should either "get with the program or they can go."

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  149. The following words demonstrate a lack of argument when uttered by an egalitarian:
    Decency
    Immoral
    Bigot
    Sociopath
    Inhumane
    Selfish
    Anti-social
    And so on. These words are what ostensible adults use when they want to sound more than just a child going “you’re mean!” — Which is exactly what they are.

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  150. SemiSpook37 wrote:@118

    I haven't tried Gab at my particular agency, but I can get to Vox Popoli and Alpha Game just fine. I think it depends on who's got control of the firewall and how they set up the rules.

    Of course, unlike many of my civilian co-workers, I don't have enough time during the day to sit around and Gab. Coming to VP to read the updates from the Supreme Dark Lord is fulfilling enough, and plausible enough to tell folks it's a break from reading through mindless government writing that nobody not being paid at least 6 figures would willingly read.

    They did, however, bitch about my being on Failbook the first day I actually had full system access. At the time, it was the only way to keep in communication with the wife about a personal issue we needed to coordinate throughout the day over. Between the actual work, the endless virtue signaling and the uselessness of the govies, I haven't logged on to that forum while on the clock in almost a month. Haven't missed it. If I could get my family and close friends to other, markedly un-cucked platforms, I could definitely get away from the Failbook.


    I only clicked on GAB to see what Vox posted. I don't get on social media at work.

    I am still stunned they give us Failbook and YouTube. I also don't get why they permit folks to be logged in to FB and use YT all damned day.

    Talk about eating up bandwidth. I could probably do my damned JOB twice as fast without those dipshits surfing all day. Instead, I get to watch my IE move at a snail's pace.

    But then again we pay dindus to talk endless and/or surf coupons on overtime so I shouldn't be surprised.

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  151. I'm actually more interested in Sessions, rather than Trump.

    I want to see him start busting some ass...and NOT along Party lines.

    Holder was a total disgrace.....along with his predecessors, who I can't even name. Don't want to. Except for Reno, the truck-driving dyke.

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  152. Michael Maier wrote:SemiSpook37 wrote:@118

    I haven't tried Gab at my particular agency, but I can get to Vox Popoli and Alpha Game just fine. I think it depends on who's got control of the firewall and how they set up the rules.

    Of course, unlike many of my civilian co-workers, I don't have enough time during the day to sit around and Gab. Coming to VP to read the updates from the Supreme Dark Lord is fulfilling enough, and plausible enough to tell folks it's a break from reading through mindless government writing that nobody not being paid at least 6 figures would willingly read.

    They did, however, bitch about my being on Failbook the first day I actually had full system access. At the time, it was the only way to keep in communication with the wife about a personal issue we needed to coordinate throughout the day over. Between the actual work, the endless virtue signaling and the uselessness of the govies, I haven't logged on to that forum while on the clock in almost a month. Haven't missed it. If I could get my family and close friends to other, markedly un-cucked platforms, I could definitely get away from the Failbook.


    I only clicked on GAB to see what Vox posted. I don't get on social media at work.

    I am still stunned they give us Failbook and YouTube. I also don't get why they permit folks to be logged in to FB and use YT all damned day.

    Talk about eating up bandwidth. I could probably do my damned JOB twice as fast without those dipshits surfing all day. Instead, I get to watch my IE move at a snail's pace.

    But then again we pay dindus to talk endless and/or surf coupons on overtime so I shouldn't be surprised.


    Folks, it just might possibly be...they WANT to see who you are reading, and more importantly, conversing with.

    Think about it.

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