They Will Never Ever Move To Formally Impeach Our President…..

I normally would never write such a short post but felt compelled to do so today.

I just finished reading some of the comments in the news roundup. I was really surprised to see how many folks are feeling down. This tweet made me realize that they never ever will hold a vote to move forward to formal impeachment proceedings.

The Republicans would have the same subpoena power that the Democrats currently have in the House. Plus our President has the right to formally defend himself with Republicans like Jim Jordan, Devin Nunes, Doug Collins, Mark Meadows, Louie Gohmert, Matt Gaetz etc. subpoenaing SleepyCreepy Joe and his son Hunter, Comey, McCabe, HRC, Brennan, their messiah and anyone else they decide to bring forward.

Jay Sekulow is locked and loaded! He is begging them to vote!

Once again it will never ever happen! Does this show a President in fear? I see the total opposite. I also see strategies and game planning taken place with the Senator that joined our President.

Trump tees it up with Hall of Fame golfers Player, Sörenstam

From the article linked above:

The White House says Trump is playing with Lindsey Graham, a Republican senator from South Carolina.

Enjoy your weekend and don’t get yourself down because we have the GREATEST WINNER ever sitting in the Oval Office!

 

 

149 thoughts on “They Will Never Ever Move To Formally Impeach Our President…..

  1. You are such a Dear Flep!!!! Thank you for taking such good care of us and ALWAYS ALWAYS keeping us UPBEAT!!!!!!! Marica needs to dust off some Pom Poms it seems!😘😘❣❣❣❣🤗

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    1. I knew it!!!! That’s who was missing. Marica! I wanted to come find you last night, and say, – “Marica! you’re needed on the frontlines – but didn’t dare, you’re so much needed where you are.

      I’m trying to keep the fires going here. 🙂 ❤️❤️❤️

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      1. Oh Lady P!!!! You come find me anytime!!!! I miss my Q peeps!!! Been busy IRL so hard to keep up with 2 Blogs and twitter…Makes my heart sing to know I’m missed!!!❤❤❤❣❣🥰 Here’s some !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  2. The “new” house rules are concerning in that it sounds like they are free to do whatever they want, however they choose to do it…according to Some Dude anyway. Gloom and doom abound…..BUT impeachment is not gonna have the result they are hoping for IF they continue down that path. This is the part where prayer and popcorn are desperately needed.

    I think it is time to Buckle Up, hang on tight, close your eyes, scream if you need to. This train is moving fast and the brakes will not be used.

    Also, I miss Q 😢

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    1. Volgarian, yes, the House can be crazy as they want, and obviously have jumped the shark, but it doesn’t change the rules regarding actual “Articles of Impeachment” which must be EVIDENCE in order to go over to the Senate. And that ONLY will happen after a Floor Vote in the House. Pelosi does not have the votes, no matter how many are saying they currently support an “inquiry.” Not the same as supporting an IMPEACHMENT VOTE!

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    2. “The “new” house rules are concerning in that it sounds like they are free to do whatever they want, however they choose to do it…according to Some Dude anyway.”

      _______________

      Yes, according to SD, Piglosi changed all the House rules, which if true, invalidates everything Rep. Collins said.

      How are we supposed to know what the truth is?

      I’m not a lawyer.

      We have people from our side (Rep. Collins) saying one thing, people from the Left (Piglosi) saying another thing, and people on our side (SD) agreeing with Piglosi.

      If SD is wrong, he is doing so much damage with disinformation it’s unreal.

      And if SD is right, then Rep. Collins is unaware of the changes implemented by Piglosi.

      How are we supposed to know what the truth is?

      Without a law degree?

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      1. Not to mention that the Left does whatever they WANT to do, regardless of what the Law is, and nobody in the media holds them accountable, and nobody in the Trump administration ever prosecutes them.

        So even when we DO understand the Law, it isn’t followed by EITHER the Left OR the Trump DOJ.

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          1. Brian makes a good argument, one that I like.

            SD makes a good argument, one that I don’t like.

            I’m standing on the 50-yard line of a Big 10 football stadium, with 50,000 screaming fans on one side yelling “Impeachment is real!!!” and 50,000 screaming fans on the other side saying “Impeachment is a false ploy!”.

            Two competing claims, each advocated with certainty and confidence.

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    3. I think avoiding Some Dude’s writings might help keep the gloom and doom away…

      As well as pulling the plug on the Borg… we all know propaganda explodes out of the box, FAKE NEWS, they are totally irrelevant at this point! We don’t need them PERIOD. We are the News.

      POTUS is smilin, working for the People as he always does…

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  3. Spot on as usual Flep. Plus I might add, they would LOSE in the Senate. Right now they do not even have the votes in the HOUSE. They will never get 67 in the Senate, even WITH the RINOS, the BEST they could hope for is 57-58 WELL shot. Plus ONE more thing. ANY Republican that sides with them on impeachment is not only committing political suicide, they may well seal their own doom for TREASON when the coup is revealed. This is ALL a smoke and innuendo op. The title of my book says it all. The Cabal’s LIST. LIST is an acronym. It stands for Lies , Innuendo, Sedition, Treason. I neglected to tell everyone that.

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    1. Impeachment is not the plan. Nixon’s resignation is the path the Dems are hoping to follow. Russiagate and the appointment of an independent counsel were supposed to dent PDJT’s popularity so badly that he would resign rather than face an impeachment vote. Thus, it doesn’t matter whether they lack the votes, the goal is to destroy PDJT’s popularity so badly he will quit for the good of the country.

      Alas, PDJT studied what happened to Nixon. He even discussed it with Nixon.

      And PDJT’s situation is much different than was Nixon’s. PDJT knew when he started down this path that he was risking his life, his fortune, his reputation and his family. Either he wins, or he loses everything. He will never resign.

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      1. So Pelosi is hoping that optics play to her advantage.
        Hope isn’t enough Nan. I suppose you could try praying to that deadender entity you are so close to…might as well spit into the wind.

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              1. There’s a great skit with Dean Martin as an injured Cowboy in the Old West (arrow shot through him) and Foster Brooks as the Doc.

                Brooks goes behind the bar to get a “sedative” (another dirnk, probably) but, unbeknownst to Martin, he removes his dentures. Dean Martin didn’t know Foster Brooks wore false teeth, and Brooks, on the other hand, didn’t know that Martin didn’t know…

                So, Foster Brooks gets up from behnd the counter, Deam Martin is TOTALLY shocked, then starts to laugh, trying unsuccessfully to kill it, and then Foster Brooks, himself shocked, then laughing, bends down again (as does Martin) to stifle the laughter. Two comedy geniuses at work…

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              2. That was just hilarious- Mr MAkswiss and I own the Dean Martin Celebrity roast dvd set (bought it from Costco one year almost five years back)…. so we know the style… omg it still holds up. It’s so funny and well done!!!

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              3. Yuck, it came out so tiny. Click on it, it’s well worth it.

                “Doc, just look at this wound”
                “I can’t, there’s an arrow through it”…

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            1. Lol…great snip, it’s just perfect……… funny thing – I know Mystic long before that movie even came out!! Like the back of my hand! And I used to own that movie on VHS! Hahaha no cloud computing needed to watch a VHS movie!!!!

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      2. In general, I agree, but with a possibly slightly different scenario on the DemocratCommunist side:
        Pelosi knows she must walk a VERY narrow tightrope on the impeachment matter. If she goes full steam ahead, especially once the TRUTH starts coming out about the “whistleblower complaint”, she destroys her own “legacy”.
        I believe the Pelosi strategy comprises these:
        Use the “impeachment inquiry” process to drag down POTUS’ approval rating to tank it.

        Once the POTUS’ approval percentage is, say, in the low 30’s, start behind the scenes with a Nixon Redux plan (i.e., convince POTUS to resign “in the best interests of the American people”).

        At the SAME time, do EVERYTHING possible, upfront AND behind the scenes, to tank the American economy in every sector as possible — and blame it on POTUS because “he can’t lead because he’s guilty of selling out the American voter for his own interests”.

        At the SAME time, DESTROY the reputation and character of anybody on POTUS’ legal team (especially Jay Sekulow and Rudy Giuliani) / AG Barr / POTUS’ children.

        At the SAME time, work with the DNC / DeepState / Globalist Cabal, to eliminate most, if not all, of the DemocratMunchkins running for 2020. Also eliminate JOE BIDEN if necessary.

        At the SAME time, work with the DNC to engineer a scenario that gives the 2020 DemocratCommunist nomination to, say, HILLARY CLINTON (who’s already starting to make her moves in this direction).

        At the SAME time, suborn as many RINO’s and potential “Justin Amash” turncoats as possible to work AGAINST any agenda item that POTUS wants to get passed into law. Example: the Border Wall.

        I say that the “whistleblower complaint” was the “All Systems GO” signal to all (and probably more) of the items above. The plans for the other items had been set over 2 years ago.

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        1. VSGPDJT will never resign, nor will his team subject themselves to the lies and DEMONIC wiles of the DEMONcRATs.

          Don’t give up, and don’t let the EEYORES sway you.

          VSGPDJT is fully aware of the left pulling a false and unjustified impeachment, having studied and watched what happened to Nixon, even talking to him about it. President Trump has spent a lot of time (and money) preparing for this, and will not give up easily. He’s built of much sterner stuff than most of us.

          Another thing. Why is everyone calling it impeachment? The so-called articles have NOT been presented, let alone voted upon. Conspiracy is a much more accurate term; sedition, even more so…

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        2. POTUS is averaging around 50%… after 3-4 yrs of directed hate. He’s not going to fall into the 30’s. Nixon had lots of issues, and one of them, was that he wasn’t particularly likable.

          DJT is one of the most popular, likable presidents in modern times – Reagan was another. Don’t let them psyops you. We’re Winning!

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          1. “Nixon had lots of issues, and one of them, was that he wasn’t particularly likable.”

            Another was that many of his policies, taken together, were a Leftist Democrat’s or Communist’s wet dream:

            -opening China (falling into Intelligence Community’s mistake, -or trap-, of thinking that carefully orchestrated lovers’ quarrel between USSR and China was a real split.)

            -big spending, big deficits, big inflation

            -wage and price controls (they did much to sink the Roman Empire, they would have sunk USA, too, if they had lasted)

            -getting suckered into continuing JFK/LBJ/CIA endless war in Southeast Asia, w/o winning

            -US Environmental Protection Agency

            -affirmative action

            -empowered Kissinger, whom he considered a great foreign policy expert

            Though he had his good points, he was pretty much of a RINO in many respects.

            His mistakes, where not successfully ended, came to form the backdrop of the era of American political and economic decline that has been most of my life. In many respects, Trump is the anti-Nixon.

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          1. Pelosi’s weakness = DRUG CARTEL!

            Remember El Chapo was bribing the same Mexican President that Pelosi was buddy buddy with.

            “The bribe was delivered to Enrique Peña Nieto, the former president of Mexico, through an intermediary, according to a witness at the trial of Joaquín Guzmán Loera, the drug lord known as El Chapo” — NYT

            https://www.speaker.gov/newsroom/pelosi-statement-following-the-conclusion-of-meetings-in-mexico
            (For me this is blacked out… HMMMMmmm)

            “Mexican President-Elect Enrique Pena Nieto (L) and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) pose for photographs in the Rayburn Room at the U.S. Capitol November 27, 2012 in Washington, DC. Nieto, of Mexico’s Institutional Revolutionary Party, will also visit the White House and meet with President Barack Obama today, days before he takes office on December 1. “
            http://www.zimbio.com/pictures/h3l82LnS-6Y/Pelosi+Meets+Mexican+President+Elect+Pena

            “Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto walks with U.S House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi, and Rep. Henry Cuellar [D-TX] during a meeting at the presidential palace May 3, 2016 in Mexico City, Mexico.”

            “Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi and I met with Mexican President Enrique Peña Nieto in Los Pinos in Mexico City to discuss U.S.-Mexico trade relations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and immigration,” Cuellar said in the May 3, 2016 post. “Our meeting occurred during a bipartisan congressional delegation visit to Mexico, Peru and Child this week focusing on security, trade, migration and human rights.”

            Cuellar credits the photo to El Financiero-Bloomberg Mexico.

            Nieto is walking between Cuellar D-TX] and Pelosi, who issued a statement about the delegation’s meeting with the Mexican president.

            “At Los Pinos, we appreciated the opportunity to visit with President Enrique Peña Nieto and to engage in a productive dialogue on security, the economy, migration and human rights issues,” she said.

            According to the Rio Grande Guardian, Pelosi [D-CA], Cuellar [D-TX] and O’Rourke[D-TX] were joined by U.S. Reps. Richard Hanna [R NY], Lucille Roybal-Allard [D-CA], Linda Sanchez [D-CA], Michael Fitzpatrick [R-PA], Michelle Lujan-Grisham [D-NM], Pete Aguilar [D-CA], Ruben Gallego [D-AZ] and Norma Torres [D-CA]…..

            *https://www.politifact.com/facebook-fact-checks/statements/2019/feb/06/viral-image/viral-image-falsely-identifies-us-congressman-el-c/ 🤢

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          2. Well, Well Well….
            Seems Politifact let drop some interesting tidbits.

            “…discuss U.S.-Mexico trade relations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership and immigration…”

            Then LOOK at that LIST of ‘bipartisan’ Congress critters. Ignore the names and look at the STATES!

            Pelosi [D-CA],
            Lucille Roybal-Allard [D-CA]
            Linda Sanchez [D-CA],
            Norma Torres [D-CA]
            Pete Aguilar [D-CA]

            Cuellar [D-TX]
            O’Rourke[D-TX]

            , Michelle Lujan-Grisham [D-NM]

            Ruben Gallego [D-AZ]
            …..
            ALL BORDER STATES!
            …..

            Now look at the two Republican wussies from the North East with no skin in the illegal immigration game.
            ….

            Richard Hanna [R NY], (Upstate Utica)
            From WIKI

            …In 2014, Hanna received a primary challenge from a considerably more conservative Republican, State Assemblywoman Claudia Tenney. Described as a “Tea Party favorite,” Tenney reportedly challenged Hanna because “she believed he had abandoned his conservative principles during two terms in Congress. Tenney called Hanna a RINO (Republican in Name Only) who had become the third-most liberal Republican in the House of Representatives, based on his voting record.”….

            Lawyer Michael Fitzpatrick [R-PA] (Langhorne – South east corner of PA)
            He looks kind of cozy with Piglosi (from his website)

            WIKI:

            …He maintained a moderate conservative position, and consistently ranked among the most bipartisan members of Congress.

            Fitzpatrick’s younger brother, Brian, a lawyer and former FBI supervisory special agent in California, moved back to Pennsylvania to run for his brother’s seat. Brian Fitzpatrick won the election on November 8, 2016…..

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        1. I don’t know if there are even a few of the current congress-critters, if any, who would be willing or able to make the sacrifices and efforts that the Founding Fathers did:

          The High Personal Cost of signing The Declaration of Independence (from http://www.crossroad.to ; there are other sites with bios of many of the signers as well)

          “What happened to the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence?

          • Five signers were captured by the British as traitors and tortured before they died.
          • Twelve had their homes ransacked and burned.
          • Two lost their sons serving in the Revolutionary Army, another had two sons captured.
          • Nine of the 56 fought and died from wounds or hardships of the Revolutionary War. They signed and they pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor.
          • John Q. Adams, son of John Adams, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, wrote: “Posterity! You will never know how much it cost the present generation to preserve your freedoms. I hope you will make good use of it.”

          What kind of men were they?

          • Twenty-four were lawyers and jurists. Eleven were merchants, nine were farmers and large plantation owners: men of means, well educated. But they signed the Declaration of Independence knowing full well that the penalty would be death if they were captured.
          • In early September 1776, the British burned the home of Francis Lewis and seized his wife. Held in prison with no bed and no changes of clothing, she was finally released after two years of suffering and her health gone. She died soon after her release.
          • Thomas McKean was so hounded by the British that he was forced to move his family almost constantly. He served in the Congress without pay, and his family was kept in hiding. His possessions were taken from him, and poverty was his reward.
          • John Hart was driven from his wife’s bedside as she was dying. Their 13 children fled for their lives. His fields and his grist-mill were laid to waste. For more than a year he lived in forests and caves, returning home to find his wife dead and his children vanished. A few weeks later he died from exhaustion and a broken heart.
          • Lewis Morris’ New Jersey home was looted and burned and his grist mills destroyed. While he eluded capture by sleeping in caves and forest, his ailing wife died and his 13 children were scattered. His failing health forced him to leave the New Jersey legislature in 1779, and he died less than three years after the Declaration was signed.
          • Richard Stockton rushed home to Princeton, New Jersey, in 1776 to rescue his family from approaching British troops. He was captured and thrown into prison, where he was repeatedly beaten and kept near starvation. The British also destroyed his home and burned his papers. As a result of mistreatment, he became an invalid and died in 1781.
          • John Morton was criticized by many of his Pennsylvania neighbors for breaking the tie vote of the Pennsylvania delegation in favor of independence. The criticism depressed him deeply. Early in 1777 he became ill and died.
          • Philip Livingston’s 150,000 acre estate was seized by the British, but he continued to contribute his dwindling fortune to Congress for the war effort. The strain of the revolutionary struggle also depleted his health, and he died less than two years after signing.
          • Robert Morris issued over one million dollars of personal credit to finance the war effort, and raised $200,000 to defeat the British at Yorktown. In 1798, his personal finances collapsed. Never reimbursed by the country, he spent three years in debtor’s prison.
          • Joseph Hewes of North Carolina gave tirelessly of himself to create a navy and help General Washington. Working long hours without adequate food and rest, he lost his health and died in 1779 at age 49.
          • Carter Braxton of Virginia, a wealthy planter and trader, saw his ships sunk or captured by the British Navy. Although he lost his wealth and was forced to sell his land, he continued to serve in the Virginia Legislature. He sold his home and properties to pay his debts and died in poverty.
          • Thomas Heyward, Jr. served in the army and was taken prisoner. The British raided his plantation while he was in prison and burned his buildings. His wife became ill and died before he was released.
          • Williams Hooper of North Carolina was hunted by the British. He fled, and they burned his home and lands.
          • Thomas Nelson, Jr. served as governor of Virginia and distributed large sums of his money to the families of his soldiers. At the Battle of Yorktown, he led 3,000 Virginia militia against the British. Although the British took refuge in homes belonging to Virginians, Nelson’s troops shelled them away. At the battle of Yorktown, he noted that the British General Cornwallis had taken over the Nelson home for his headquarters. He quietly urged General George Washington to open fire. The home was destroyed, and Nelson died bankrupt.
          Such were the stories and sacrifices of the American Revolution. These were not wild eyed, rabble-rousing ruffians. They were soft-spoken men of means and education. They had security, but they valued liberty more. “ (end excerpt from crossroad.to)
          Would that we were blessed with such patriots and heroes as the first generation of Americans were…
          When you read of the sacrifices made and the effort given by our founding fathers, and then look at the scum-sucking, grifting, libtard, morally-empty, vacuous vermin occupying the Capitol, it is all but impossible to restrain one’s anger, frustration, and sorrow. [end excerpt]

          Representatives and Senators, and all the others: the blood of our heroes, the lives and livelihoods of our progeny, and the legacy of our once-great country lie at and with you. You WILL answer to GOD for either your wisdom, prudence, and patriotism; or your malfeasance, avarice, and duplicity.

          Choose wisely; choose well; and consider your place in history, or infamy… Your forebears did the RIGHT THING: are you WILLING and ABLE to do the SAME?????

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          1. [*sigh* Decades of auditing…..]

            Odd how John Hart and Lewis Morris both had 13 kids and were driven to live in “caves and forests” or “forests and caves” and missed their wives’ untimely passings after having their grist-mills destroyed. Seems to me that one of the two might have had something different happen before the notes got scrambled.

            Not that the point of the citation wasn’t real and substantial. These guys were all “upper crust” with the status quo. They pledged “their Lives, their Fortunes, and their Sacred Honor” to changing that status quo — and, BTW, also pledged all who were dear to them. This wasn’t a “oh, today I’m going to die my hair pink and part it in the center” decision. This was setting forth into the abyss with everything they had.

            The Declaration of Independence lists the reasons why. Before the list, it says, “Prudence, indeed, will dictate that Governments long established should not be changed for light and transient causes; and accordingly all experience hath shewn, that mankind are more disposed to suffer, while evils are sufferable, than to right themselves by abolishing the forms to which they are accustomed. But when a long train of abuses and usurpations, pursuing invariably the same Object evinces a design to reduce them under absolute Despotism, it is their right, it is their duty, to throw off such Government, and to provide new Guards for their future security.–Such has been the patient sufferance of these Colonies; and such is now the necessity which constrains them to alter their former Systems of Government.”

            The next sentence could easily be amended to state: “The history of the present Globalists is a history of repeated injuries and usurpations, all having in direct object the establishment of an absolute Tyranny over these States. To prove this, let Facts be submitted to a candid world.” And, in fact, the same list pretty much works today [as amended for subject]:

            They have refused his Assent to Laws, the most wholesome and necessary for the public good.

            They have forbidden our Executives to pass Laws of immediate and pressing importance, unless suspended in their operation till their Assents should be obtained; and when so suspended, they have utterly neglected to attend to them. [Immigration?]

            They have refused to pass other Laws for the accommodation of large districts of people, unless those people would relinquish the right of Representation in the Legislature, a right inestimable to them and formidable to tyrants only.

            They have called together legislative bodies at places unusual, uncomfortable, and distant from the depository of their public Records, for the sole purpose of fatiguing them into compliance with Globalist measures.

            They have dissolved Representative Houses repeatedly, for opposing with manly firmness their invasions on the rights of the people.

            They have refused for a long time, after such dissolutions, to cause others to be elected; whereby the Legislative powers, incapable of Annihilation, have returned to the People at large for their exercise; the State remaining in the mean time exposed to all the dangers of invasion from without, and convulsions within.

            They have endeavoured to prevent the population of these States; for that purpose obstructing the Laws for Naturalization of Foreigners; refusing to pass others to encourage their migrations hither, and raising the conditions of new Appropriations of Lands.

            They have obstructed the Administration of Justice, by refusing their Assent to Laws for establishing Judiciary powers.

            They have made Judges dependent on their Will alone, for the tenure of their offices, and the amount and payment of their salaries.

            They have erected a multitude of New Offices, and sent hither swarms of Officers to harrass our people, and eat out their substance.

            They have kept among us, in times of peace, Standing Armies without the Consent of our legislatures.

            They have affected to render the Military independent of and superior to the Civil power.

            They have combined with others to subject us to a jurisdiction foreign to our constitution, and unacknowledged by our laws; giving his Assent to their Acts of pretended Legislation:

            For Quartering large bodies of armed troops among us:

            For protecting them, by a mock Trial, from punishment for any Murders which they should commit on the Inhabitants of these States:

            For cutting off our Trade with all parts of the world:

            For imposing Taxes on us without our Consent:

            For depriving us in many cases, of the benefits of Trial by Jury:

            For transporting us beyond Seas to be tried for pretended offences

            For abolishing the free System of American Laws in neighbouring Countries, establishing therein an Arbitrary government, and enlarging its Boundaries so as to render it at once an example and fit instrument for introducing the same absolute rule into these States:

            For taking away our Charters, abolishing our most valuable Laws, and altering fundamentally the Forms of our Governments:

            For suspending our own Legislatures, and declaring themselves invested with power to legislate for us in all cases whatsoever. [Wickard v. Filburn]

            They have abdicated Government here, by declaring us out of their Protection and waging War against us.

            They have plundered our seas, ravaged our Coasts, burnt our towns, and destroyed the lives of our people.

            They are at this time transporting large Armies of foreign Mercenaries to compleat the works of death, desolation and tyranny, already begun with circumstances of Cruelty & perfidy scarcely paralleled in the most barbarous ages, and totally unworthy the any claim of civilization.

            They have constrained our fellow Citizens taken Captive on the high Seas to bear Arms against their Country, to become the executioners of their friends and Brethren, or to fall themselves by their Hands.

            They have excited domestic insurrections amongst us, and have endeavoured to bring on the inhabitants of our lands, the merciless Islamist Savages, whose known rule of warfare, is an undistinguished destruction of all ages, sexes and conditions.

            These were the sorts of things that annoyed our Founding Fathers to the point where they fought the Revolutionary War. Does any of this seem oddly familiar?

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        2. A quote from John Quincy Adams is especially apt:

          “Posterity! You will never know how much it cost the present generation to preserve your freedoms. I hope you will make good use of it.”

          There is SO MUCH history, important history, that is no longer taught in our schools; indeed some of it was NEVER taught in our schools (at least since the 1950s).

          Of course now, our Founding Fathers are considered to be imperialist, colonialist old white men, who subjugate all others to their whims.

          How little do the SJWs and leftards know. Especially considering Adams’s quote and his contemporaries…

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      3. Unlike Nixon, Pres. Trump has done nothing wrong. They continually misjudge Trump. They will never understand who he is and how he operates, and that’s to our advantage.

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    2. “Spot on as usual Flep. Plus I might add, they would LOSE in the Senate.”

      __________________

      That’s certainly what I would want everyone to think, if I was Cocaine Mitch (who I will never trust) or Piglosi.

      And if they got within 10 votes in the Senate, or even 15, what would stop the Left from buying them off?

      Put it in a numbered Swiss bank account.

      What’s $15 billion dollars to the Cabal?

      Pocket change.

      So is $30 billion.

      So is a $100 billion.

      They own the Central Banking system. They can print trillions, so who would ever know?

      And who would ever investigate?

      With DJT gone, no one would ever investigate, that’s who.

      This is why this is all so dangerous.

      Everything in this world is ultimately about money.

      It’s sick, it’s disgusting, it’s pathetic, it’s dehumanizing, and it’s true.

      And the Cabal has infinite money.

      Which means they can buy anyone who isn’t for sale.

      How many politicians have no price, i.e., they can’t be bought at any price?

      I hope it’s more than 10, at least in the senate.

      I would be surprised if there are ten in the history of our country.

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      1. OK, Scott, then let’s pick up our toys and go home.

        I guess that would be the other tree, then.

        Get on the horn and light up some Congress Critters then.

        Better yet, PRAY.

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      2. I would hope so too, but I was totally guessing at the numbers as a “worst case”. As for them being able to do anything or buy anyone. Yep, but then who protects them ALL when we the people have had ENOUGH, and march enmass on DC, and decide to fertilize the tree of Liberty with the blood of these TYRANTS just as Jefferson espoused? Bikers for Trump has already stated as much. These people had better realize just who they are fooking with, when they mess with Trump, they are really messing with US, and there are a LOT more of us than there are of them. Congress has EIGHT percent approval in total. Trump is OVER 54..there simply aren’t enough of their loony corrupt left. Not even the military will defend them if they rightly think it is a coup, and their SS and private security will NOT be enough.

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        1. prognosticatasaurusrex,
          You are correct.
          WE Are President Trump’s Protection!

          And they are scared to death when they see his rallies and our enthusiasm.

          The Window of Opportunity is SLAMING SHUT!

          This present window of opportunity, during which a truly peaceful and interdependent world order might be built, will not be open for too long – We are on the verge of a global transformation. All we need is the right major crisis and the nations will accept the New World Order.
          David Rockefeller

          “We are grateful to the Washington Post, the New York Times, Time Magazine and other great publications whose directors have attended our meetings and respected their promises of discretion for almost 40 years……It would have been impossible for us to develop our plan for the world if we had been subjected to the lights of publicity during those years. But, the world is more sophisticated and prepared to march towards a world government. The supernational sovereignty of an intellectual elite and world bankers is surely preferable to the national autodetermination practiced in past centuries.”
          ― David Rockefeller

          “For more than a century ideological extremists at either end of the political spectrum have seized upon well-publicized incidents such as my encounter with Castro to attack the Rockefeller family for the inordinate influence they claim we wield over American political and economic institutions. Some even believe we are part of a secret cabal working against the best interests of the United States, characterizing my family and me as ‘internationalists’ and of conspiring with others around the world to build a more integrated global political and economic structure–one world, if you will. If that’s the charge, I stand guilty, and I am proud of it.”
          ― David Rockefeller, Memoirs

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  4. Thank you. I considered writing a longer, more involved post on this topic, but was afraid it would take on a scolding, shrewish tone.

    The entire impeachment campaign is all about creating an impression. It’s a propaganda campaign with contingency tactics in the outline. It was probably written up like an old fashioned marketing campaign knowing that the only publicity vehicle they really have is the live hearing. That’s it. There’s no evidence that anything remotely illegal happened. It’s all about show. Even changing the rules. Okay, fine, a whistleblower can now report based on rumor and second hand accounts, but in a court of law only material witnesses can submit evidence.

    Articles of impeachment will not be drawn up because there is no evidence. The whistleblower is not a material witness.

    Aside from that, the Senate tries the individual. McConnell is not going to allow that. Not even.

    My guess is that the answer to the question on “WHEN ARE WE GOING TO SEE INDICTMENTS” or ARE WE THERE YET, is sooner than you might think. We’re not hearing rumors or leaks. That doesn’t mean that the rats in the swamp don’t know what’s going on and are trying to distract the public from what’s about to happen.

    It’s applied psychology. Don’t fall for it.

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    1. Agree, DP. This is FEAR and desperation driving them. The rebuttals are likely in to the IG for finalizing his report. They’ve all compared notes, and it will be every man for himself. I think Romney’s name is in there somewhere.

      POTUS, and his team know what’s going down. Calling Schiff, “Liddle” opened my eyes – as in I don’t know these things. Getting quite an education. 🙂

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        1. grandma, I was clueless, but someone yesterday indicated Liddle is connected to some kind of children’s massage/physical therapy business. One is located in Schiff’s district. I searched for it, and I believe the implication is intended to be a pedo connection. Someone also noted “Pencil-neck” connects as well.

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          1. Do not forget Standard Hotel and Ed Buck when talking of Liddle Shitty Siffty.
            ………….

            Remember a while back there were the helicopters in CA and some sort of raid…

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    2. “There’s no evidence that anything remotely illegal happened. ”

      _________________

      Does there need to be any evidence that anything illegal happened?

      What is ‘evidence’?

      If 218 members of the House choose to ‘believe’ a lot of bogus ‘evidence’, and vote for impeachment, does it really matter if the ‘evidence’ is real or not?

      Or does it then go to the Senate for trial anyway?

      The entire system is designed to function if all parties are operating in good faith. If good faith is gone, if the entire Democrat Party is willing to mock the rule of Law in order to achieve their objective (ends justifies the means), the system was not designed for that.

      If the party in the majority is wholly corrupt, if there is not one honorable man or woman among them (and there surely isn’t), then ‘checks and balances’ are moot.

      And in the Senate, the balance is much closer.

      In the Senate, the minority party is wholly corrupt — not one single honorable man or woman. And on the majority side, there isn’t a single one, either.

      There may be five, possibly six honorable men in the House GOP, but there isn’t a single one in the Senate GOP. Not even Rand Paul. Remember when it would only have required a SINGLE dissenting vote to allow DJT to make appointments during recess? It only required ONE dissenting vote to prevent that treachery from happening in the Republican controlled Senate.

      But even Rand Paul went along with it.

      So it’s not about ‘evidence’ if everyone is corrupt.

      Evidence only matters to those who care about the Rule of Law.

      And of all the things DJT has restored, rebuilt, reinvigorated, recalibrated, renewed and reestablished, the Rule of Law isn’t one of them.

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      1. BUT they STILL have to PROVE PDJT is GUILTY to 60 million+ ARMED Americans….

        To ‘Get Nixon’ they first had to try him in the court of public opinion, THEN they impeached.

        They’re problem is WE also read the play book and we AREN’T turning on OUR President!

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  5. Well said, Flep.

    I only read comments yesterday morning so I don’t know what occurred later in the thread. I sure hope I didn’t contribute to discouragement!

    It is very very hard to endure the constant evil, and worse to understand what President Trump is getting thrown at him.

    But we have prevailed through SO MUCH; we must not give in to weariness or discouragement now. It was exactly a year ago yesterday that Justice Kavanagh cried out “I am innocent” in that farce in the Senate.

    If men like President Trump and Justice Kavanagh are willing to stand – virtually alone sometimes – against the evil doers, I can certainly pull myself out of the funk that comes from listening to the harpies.

    SD can be a harpy. Yes, he uncovers, and connects dots, but he does it in a way that casts ‘unknowns’ like Sessions & Barr in the worst light possible. He continually claims – without proof – that they are protecting institutions at the expense of justice. That opinion has no more validity than my hope that we WILL see some swamp justice, and the negative opinions serves to dishearten.

    If you think what we are watching in the public eye is appalling, what do you think the white hats behind the scenes are facing in terms of their internal black hats & bureaucracies?

    I’ve learned to use 5 techniques to handle my down days:

    1. Turn it ALL off, including here, for a day/night
    2. Use the 48-hour rule on ‘breaking news’
    3. Trust President Trump
    4. When I fear for President Trump, trust God
    5. All pain & suffering is bearable because my heavenly home awaits. So does President Trump’s and Justice Kavanagh’s. Remember Mrs. Kavanagh asked us to pray Psalm 40. It is effective today as it was a year ago.

    Love to you all 🤓💖🇺🇸💖🇺🇸💖

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    1. I really appreciate these valuable suggestions, Alison, and Flep’s good counsel. I think Pres. Trump has known from the beginning what he is in for and will weather the storm.

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    2. I think the repost of SD’s OT post from February tipped off last night. I remember reading his post about the Dems changing the rules at that time. It’s too depressing to read about, “the Dems this, the Dems that.” It’s psyops hurting our side, IMO. The commenters OT have a lot of that.

      Nothing we’ve seen indicates POTUS doesn’t have this. HE KNEW they would keep going. We are going with him – all the way. He’ll go down as the greatest President of the 20th/21st century, IMO. We just have to be sure we write the history books.

      The nasty Dems are flailing and failing. No one acts like this if they’re winning.

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    3. Wonderful post Allison. I generally try to start the day with prayer. Today, I didn’t except for a quickie or four. I read here, on Daugn’s thread. Then I thought and talked to Him.

      By the time we got to Mass tonight for the Sunday vigil, I was able to put everything and everyone into His Hands. I felt peace and understood more how God wants even the DS to find Him.

      Don’t mean to sound silly here, but I asked Him to hold the good, the bad and the crazies and especially the ill. ( By ill, He knows I mean ill physically, spiritually, emotionally and financially.)

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    4. This: SD can be a harpy. Yes, he uncovers, and connects dots, but he does it in a way that casts ‘unknowns’ like Sessions & Barr in the worst light possible. He continually claims – without proof – that they are protecting institutions at the expense of justice. That opinion has no more validity than my hope that we WILL see some swamp justice, and the negative opinions serves to dishearten.

      I have not read over there in a year and a half, and I don’t think I’ve missed a thing. I don’t go there at all, even to read comments, because those became problematic as well. I’m surprised so many people go there. At the risk of sounding harsh, that site, including whatever insight it provides, is not indispensable. I have disagreed with SD many times, and he has been proven wrong a number of times as well. He does not believe in Q, or even in what Q has told us. Therefore, that avenue of hope is not open to him/them. (I’ll just stop there…)

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      1. I don’t understand why any of us would bother with SD and his writings when we have this wonderful tree house and all the great people here who write the news ,bring us hope, and best of all we know Q is a real movement.
        I have my share of troubles with a couple of my own children regarding Q ,to the point I disinvited myself from visiting one of my own due to there opinion of Q and my following and being part of the Great Awakening. My daughter thinks I am crazy as a loon ,well so be it then.
        i have been called crazy,conspiracy nut job, stupid and many other things all of my life ,and all those things I’ve warned people about all through the years are now shown to be true.and still many refuse to see so blinded by Satan they are.i can only pray about it day by day.

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  6. Now I remember the comparison I keep coming back to when I think about everything going on in the swamp. What the Trump team is trying to do is like cleaning out a 10,000 square foot house while the people are still living in it. I’m doing this myself on a smaller scale, but you end up fighting two fronts: cleaning out the junk, and have to deal with yet more stuff coming in. The people who packed the closets are still packing the closets. And every closet you open to clean out has stuff in it you forgot existed. That’s kind of what’s going on, and why the Dems are hosting show hearings. They don’t want anyone looking in the closets.

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    1. Why would it matter, even if ALL of that (and much more) could be proven?

      There is already enough proof to put a dozen people or more in the electric chair, and has that mattered?

      We accumulate more proof, more evidence, every day. We have so much evidence and proof that we can’t even keep track of it all.

      Of all the things we’re lacking, proof and evidence aren’t among them.

      What does all the evidence in the world matter, if it is not ACTIONABLE, if no one will exercise the power and authority to ARREST and PROSECUTE and CONVICT?

      If I recall correctly, the only people who have been arrested are Flynn, Manafort, Michael Cohen and Roger Stone.

      Who have the white hats arrested?

      If you don’t have the power or the willingness to ARREST and PROSECUTE, then what value is evidence?

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        1. I’m ready for it, Flep! 😁

          I’m not meaning to be a downer, I’m just pointing out what I see, and what I don’t see.

          Because ultimately we have to decide who we’re going to believe, either [fill in the blank] or our own lying eyes.

          I want to believe that everything is going according to plan, just like everyone else wants to believe.

          I want to believe that there’s nothing to worry about, just like everyone else wants to believe.

          I want to have faith that everything will work out, like so many others seem to have.

          What is faith?

          Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen.” (Hebrews, 11:1, KJV)

          But faith is not supposed to be blind. I’m not sure ‘blind faith’ is actual faith at all. And there are lot of real and very good questions for which we don’t have answers — and if the answers to some of those questions don’t go our way, then neither will the ultimate outcome.

          I am confident we are going to win.

          I would have a lot more confidence, if my lying eyes didn’t see so many unaddressed and unexamined obstacles in the road.

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          1. “I’m not meaning to be a downer, I’m just pointing out what I see, and what I don’t see.”
            IMO, we don’t know enough about what is going on to be able to say with certainty what we “don’t see.” We don’t see what Q, the patriots, and those working with Pres. Trump are doing. We know that AG Barr is in Italy, but what is being said and done? We know that Durham is working on a report, but what is in it? We know that Giuliani has been investigating in the Ukraine. Although we don’t know the specifics, the fact that these things (and more) are going on is a basis for faith.

            “But faith is not supposed to be blind.”
            Yet, much of faith takes place without our direct knowledge. I have faith that the water treatment plant is doing its job to make my water clean, but I have no idea how it works or whether they’re doing it properly.

            I have faith that the chair will hold me up, and that is based on the way it looks and my past positive experience with it. By the same token, my experience with Pres. Trump is that he’s unlike any other politician, and he knows how to win. And we have been told over and over by Q that the patriots have everything. IMO, there is a lot on which to base faith that things will go well.

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            1. Sometimes when we realize that we have no control over situation or what people say or do but we wish an outcome then Faith is the Hope we hang on too. That is the time to let go and let God do.

              We only can affect so much we have no control over DOJ, FBI, Intel community or Congress.
              I can make myself crazy trying to control an outcome I have no control over.
              What I can do flood POTUS with card and a donation. I can call my senator and congressman.
              I can vote .
              When I have done everything I am able I have to let go and rely on Faith
              What is a helpless feeling is knowing all we know and the wheels of justice turn so slow.
              The community is good and very good support.
              All the posters, and the Authors are super and we also have a very good leader.
              Thank you all.

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            1. “Question: what is the alternative? Not believe it? OK – don’t believe it. Then what?”

              ________________

              Excellent question.

              Are we merely helpless hostages watching someone else attempt to negotiate our release and survival?

              Are we just cut-out figures in someone else’s storybook?

              Or are we living beings, with the ability to affect the outcome, should it become necessary?

              The answer to that question makes a lot of difference, and we can’t answer it with wishful thinking, we have to have good cause, to believe one way or the other.

              If it begins to become clear that we cannot believe things are ‘going well’, despite our best hopes — and instead, it begins to appear that things are going very badly, then at some point we are going to have to make a decision.

              Will we get involved, or will we passively sit by and allow our fate to be determined by the black hats?

              There are 330+ million Americans in this country.

              If it started to go downhill, imagine if just FIVE PERCENT of the population showed up in Washington D.C., and stood there, silently.

              Nearly 16 million people, surrounding the government buildings, filling the streets, making a startlingly silent protest that we are NOT bystanders in the outcome of our own lives and freedom, and we will certainly not allow the Treason Cabal to remove our President.

              That kind of protest could be arranged in under a week.

              But we won’t even be prepared to take action on our own behalf, if we are not able to honestly evaluate how things are unfolding.

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              1. That kind of protest was tried in 2014 with Operation American Spring, in which I was deeply involved. I had plans to travel to DC until my daughter went off the rails and I was unable to go. Unfortunately, instead of the millions who had claimed they planned on being there, the numbers were in the low thousands.

                Far too many people don’t pay the slightest bit of attention to the government and have never voted, nor do they plan to. Others have kids, jobs, bills that must be paid, crops that must be planted, tended, harvested, etc., etc., etc., it is impossible for many to do this.

                If TPTB start confiscating weapons, would that wake up “The People?” One has to wonder.

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              2. “….Or are we living beings, with the ability to affect the outcome, should it become necessary?…..”

                We affect the outcome by showing up at rallies, talking to people, writting on blogs (‘They’ are monitoring blogs like this closely to see if their Psy-Ops is working) AND DONATING!

                I wrote this before President Trump walked onto the political stage. It illistrates how AFRAID the Cabal is of ARMED and FREE Americans:

                …Politicians in the USA are very well aware and they are seriously afraid of Americans and they are moving against us. CAGW is only one part of a whole package. Most people are too narrowly focused to see all the bits and pieces and put them together. I talk of the USA but similar stuff is going on in other countries if you look for it.

                You can see how US politicians are afraid of the public because ALL but three voted for the Anti-Occupy Law that puts us in “free speech zones” This places protesters in remote area nowhere near the people they are protesting. The law makes it easy for the US government to criminalize protest. It is now a federal offense, punishable by up to 10 years in prison to protest anywhere the Secret Service might be guarding someone. [Funny how that does not apply to the guy who want after President Trump and other rally protestors] The government gets to decide what constitutes “disorderly or disruptive conduct” or what sorts of conduct authorities deem to “impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions.”

                What does the law cover? Any occasion that is officially defined as a National Special Security Event and calls for Secret Service protection. NSSE’s can include basketball championships, concerts, and the Winter Olympics, which have nothing whatsoever to do with government business, It can be official functions, or improving public grounds. Every Super Bowl since 9/11 has been declared an NSSE.

                ….while these changes to the law are not the death of free speech, they aren’t as trivial as the administration would have you believe. Rather, they are part of an incremental and persistent effort by the government to keep demonstrators away from events involving those at the top of the political food chain….
                http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/jurisprudence/2012/03/the_anti_protest_bill_signed_by_barack_obama_is_a_quiet_attack_on_free_speech_.html

                Here is a new one I just found. This from the American Bar Association Public Education Initiatives It is an essay I find chilling because these are the lawyers and prosecutors and judges who make up our judicial system. and as the Peter Gleick vs Heartland case showed, if the prosecutor decides not to bring the case to court you are sunk.

                Debating the “Mighty Constitutional Opposites”

                Debating Hate Speech

                Hate speech is speech that offends, threatens, or insults groups, based on race, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, disability, or other traits. Should hate speech be discouraged? The answer is easy—of course! However, developing such policies runs the risk of limiting an individual’s ability to exercise free speech. When a conflict arises about which is more important—protecting community interests or safeguarding the rights of the individual—a balance must be found that protects the civil rights of all without limiting the civil liberties of the speaker. [This is not true it is the individual who has rights that must be protected. It is the government aka community whose DUTY it is to protect those individual rights. This turns that concept, written into our Declaration of Independence, upside down.]

                In this country there is no right to speak fighting words—those words without social value, directed to a specific individual, that would provoke a reasonable member of the group about whom the words are spoken. For example, a person cannot utter a racial or ethnic epithet to another if those words are likely to cause the listener to react violently. However, under the First Amendment, individuals do have a right to speech that the listener disagrees with and to speech that is offensive and hateful…. [Again the US Constitution has NO LIMITS on freedom of speech except for slander, sedition or assault – threat of violence however hate speech is not included. If you take offense that is your problem not mine.]

                Acts Speak Louder than Words
                One way to deal effectively with hate speech is to create laws and policies that discourage bad behavior but do not punish bad beliefs. Another way of saying this is to create laws and policies that do not attempt to define hate speech as hate crimes, or “acts.” In two recent hate crime cases, the U.S. Supreme Court concluded that acts, but not speech, may be regulated by law.

                Once you start on the course of limiting speach where do you stop? An MP in the UK was arrested for reading a speech by Winston Churchill. We already have Lewandowsky and Cook trying to link Realists to the Extreme Right-wing and other fringe groups.

                Unfortunately it is not only Lewandowsky who are targeting and labeling US Citizens Now DHS is playing up ‘Extremists’ and ‘Homegrown terrorists’

                DHS Warns Local Law Enforcement Of New Homegrown Terrorist Threat

                …The general consensus in the intelligence community is that the homegrown terrorist threat during the last year has supplanted plots that originate overseas, said Department of Homeland Security Undersecretary of Intelligence and Analysis Caryn Wagner….

                Local law enforcement officers are “going to be as important, maybe more important, than the larger intelligence community in helping us identify, detect and deter these different type of attacks,” she said.

                “We are trying to educate them to think and plan because they are very much part of the enterprise,” she added….

                Statement by U.S. Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano on the Threat of Right-Wing Extremism As Far as the Obama Admin is concerned THAT IS US FOLKS!

                Thursday, April 16, 2009 …The report drew sharp criticism from Republican lawmakers, conservatives and veterans groups, who said it unfairly targeted returning military veterans and gun rights advocates without citing specific threats. The report said the return of military veterans facing challenges with reintegrating into their communities “could lead to the potential emergence of terrorist groups or lone wolf extremists capable of carrying out violent attacks.”

                “To characterize men and women returning home after defending our country as potential terrorists is offensive and unacceptable,” House Minority Leader John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) said in a statement. “The Department of Homeland Security owes our veterans an apology.”…

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  7. Please—let Maxine lead the Impeach 45 charge!

    If it got to the Senate, I assume it would be like other ordinary trials. That would entail DISCOVERY!!! A place the Uniparty does NOT want to go!

    Thanks, Flepper, we need the positive to fight this evil out!

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  8. Absolutely Right Fep and I might add that the Dimwits who are buying into this impeachment fantasy are the ones who will once again be feeling disheartened.
    You know when Liddle Adam Schiff gave his “parody” (gag !) Iwas wondering why the Republicans didn’t start objecting to his lies and the more I pondered it, why would they? Most likely they knew this would never gain traction and look like fools again!
    KAG!

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  9. 2016–Ukraine, Crowdstrike & Google (Schmidt and Alphabet), Oligarch Victor Pinchuk, Alexandra Chalupa & the DNC, the Atlantic Council. The origins of RussiaGate are all right there—what PDJT wants to expose!

    The Dems and their whistleblower have stepped in hot bullshit—a can of worms they are going to regret opening! Rudy knows, Solomon knows, the current Ukraine government knows—and shitty Schiff is the doofus leading the way! PDJT knows all this—the key is using them to get it exposed.

    The movie plays on with Mr. Trump as the Director!

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    1. Yep. We should all be praying for GOD to shine HIS light on all of the criminals and their corruption, for as it says in Matthew 10:26-28:

      26 Fear them not therefore: for there is nothing covered, that shall not be revealed; and hid, that shall not be known.

      27 What I tell you in darkness, that speak ye in light: and what ye hear in the ear, that preach ye upon the housetops.

      28 And fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul: but rather fear him which is able to destroy both soul and body in hell.

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  10. Think happy thoughts,”United we stand,divided we fall”.
    I look at all this shit show like a Rice crispy treat made with Fruity pebbles,lifes good in the neighborhood.Gods listening to the prayers of the world,WE WIN!!!!!!!

    Oh and by the way,when I make my Fruity Pebbles rice treats I use my special butter.

    You did an awesome job Flep,you rocked this short story.

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    1. The one thing I do not like is that Stive points out Jews that has nothing to do with anything.
      I think he looses some credibility when he does that even though he is Jewish himself.

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      1. Steve’s pointing out people’s background [whatever it is – in this case Jewish] is a very “spy view” kind of thing. Background may not be an acceptable thing for people to concern themselves with in the “Democrat-controlled public arena fake normal”, but in the “be real or die” spy world, background IS important for explaining motivations and conflicts. The question is WHY is background important. THAT is key – and it’s not what you think it is. It’s not really about “THE THING” – whatever that that thing is. It’s about MOTIVATION, SELF-PERCEPTION, AND CONFLICT by “the thing”. People are MANIPULABLE and PREDICTABLE on conflict.

        This is why I am always talking about “conflictos” – people who are strongly motivated by conflict. THAT is how people are TURNED to do spy work. That is how people can do the OPPOSITE of their oath. That is how people can actually be MKed.

        People go conflicto on RACE, on ETHNICITY, on RELIGION, on SEXUAL ORIENTATION, on RESENTMENTS about any of these things concerning ANOTHER PERSON. It’s a MESS, but it is also a GREAT EXPLAINER.

        Let me take a SIDE-TRIP into the conflict of TRANS, which is perhaps the holy grail of changing humanity.

        Human beings are even fundamentally conflicted about sexual dimorphism. This is why the TRANS attack is so important. Our NATURAL programming is male-female reproduction, with a limited amount of DNA hard-coded behavior around that. Everything else is CULTURAL EMBELLISHMENT. So much so that thin, boyish girls and wan, weak, willowy men are almost indistinguishable without a certain effort to MAKE THEM DIFFERENT and show off their features DIFFERENTLY as sex cues. And it gets worse, because ATTRACTION and SELF-IMAGE are readily conflated to begin creating CONFLICT.

        POLITICS has been used as a way to begin to decrease human dimorphism. We don’t see it as a TOOL used to change us, but that is, in fact, what has been happening. Humans are undergoing FORCED EVOLUTION at all levels, and these different levels couple. It’s absolutely remarkable – beautiful, even.

        But not necessarily good – at least, not from our point of view.

        Dimorphism is biology’s primary solution to its information problems. The intelligence of biology may choose to increase or decrease dimorphism as a fine-tuning of its solutions. Look at different animals to see this. Culture and civilization, however, may choose differently, relative to nature, and we have to be honest that even Judeo-Christian culture does NOT choose to stick with nature’s solutions. Even clothing our genitalia, as described in Genesis, is DEPARTURE from the purely natural plan. So decreasing our dimorphism over time has been civilization and culture’s solution to its information problems. However, that is not totally OUR CHOICE, and that is where trouble has snuck into the system.

        Men and women are literally TRAINED to find things desirable in each other – to see differences that are culturally enhanced and be attracted by them. But the problem with dimorphism is that we’re really not all that dimorphic, and we can be tempted to take the next step beyond admiring and wanting to be close to something, and that is to ACTUALLY (sort of, or pretend to) BE THAT SOMETHING, which is even closer. It’s weird psychology, but it’s REAL psychology. And crossing that line serves not only do DECREASE dimorphism, but to create conflictos who are useful for manipulating humanity.

        ANYWAY – the bottom line is that Steve is ALWAYS LOOKING for the conflict explainers, and “Jewishness” is a great explainer, just like gay or straight, male or female, Croatian or Serbian, communist or fascist, Axis or Ally, East Bloc or West Bloc, North or South European, Yankee or rebel, etc. There is nothing “wrong” with it – it simply is.

        The way to deal with that stuff, IMO, is not to run from it, but to be both gracious and honest – especially about ourselves. Just like everybody here, I have a whole bag of conflicts. It is by dealing with them openly and honestly with ourselves – maybe even thinking AROUND THEM from many points of view – that we can avoid being TRAPPED by them. Often, there is no solution. The conflict simply is. We learn to live with it – perhaps live past it, and maybe even appreciate it.

        One thing is certain, and I give this advice “liberally”. GOD will help us past these conflicts. Not the guilt-mongering, overbearing idea of God, but the loving, caring, understanding, and EMPOWERING idea of God. What I like to call, sometimes, “software supremacy”. Hopefully, that clicks for a few people. The power of God is real and its reality in this universe is manifest in logic.

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  11. Thank you, sincerely, Fabulous, Fantastic, and Flaunting Flep for this Phenomenal Post!

    The Voice of Reason is Refreshing!

    Everything we read throughout the week with respect to this ‘impending impeachment’ was designed to pull us down into the dumps – with respect to the future of our beloved President.

    Probably the one major mistake of the downtrodden and discouraged was that they believed the Democrats. The incessant drumbeat of doom and gloom can be wearing on the spirit.

    However, there were beams of light shining through the darkness – one by one – they spoke up – each sharing his/her wisdom – and sometimes disgust at the meanderings of the House leadership.

    And then, there is the ever-positive Flep – upon whom we can depend to make sense of this nonsense – in partnership with so may savvy Treepers here – the analysis at The Q Tree is unmatched – a tribute to our fearless leader, Wolf.

    Thank you all for what you contribute to the discourse here – when dealing with liberal friends and family – what you contribute here is of immense importance and assistance. 

    God Bless You, Flep – and all of the discerning Q Treepers here!!!

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    1. Folks – we have to learn to laugh at these maroons. I never lose a minute’s sleep over all their silliness. “Lord, make mine enemies ridiculous before me.” I am there…..

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  12. Go Flep!

    Hilariously, I JUST posted the following on Fakebook, where I go to attempt to educate the average “no-nothing.”

    “Again, I just read a story stating Washington is “plunging into impeachment.”

    NO IT ISN’T!

    The Congress has “re-branded” their endless investigations of the President into an “impeachment inquiry,” which does not exist in our Constitution. I know a little about marketing 😉

    Impeachment requires the House to VOTE to enact Articles of Impeachment. The equivalent for you and me is being charged with a crime. There is then a TRIAL. The jury for an impeachment trial is the Senate.

    Mark my words, the House WILL NOT file articles of impeachment, because that would mean a trial. And what happens in a trial (equivalent to you and me again)? Well, you get the best lawyers you can afford (President is a billionaire), there is discovery (defense gets ALL evidence against them), AND there is subpoena power (hostile witnesses!). The defense gets to QUESTION PEOPLE. And that, my friends, is why we won’t see an actual impeachment. Because their are some very bad, treasonous people who don’t want to answer questions from the President’s attorneys.

    One caveat: If Nancy Pelosi is actually dead, like that guy in Weekend at Bernie’s, and AOC and the “Squad” are really running the show, well, all bets are off, because that bunch is dumb enough to do it. I’m certain they wouldn’t know the Constitution if it slapped them up-side the head!”

    Great minds? Lol!

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    1. I read someplace that Pelpsi changed the rules of impeachment just as the intel changed rules about the whistle blower. Apparently she can change the requirements and if anyone things this is not impeachment wake up!
      I hope the WH takes it serious and not think it is business as normal what congress is doing.

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    2. I think you’re right. These are PSY-OPS. If it can’t be RIGGED, they won’t do it. Now – if there is some way to RIG the Senate against Trump, I can see it. I think Flake is LYING that they can get 30 Republican senators to turn against Trump, but if they could use some form of horrific blackmail, simultaneous MK, or paramilitary operation to do it – well, all bets are off.

      Things are desperate, and they MAY have a sick plan. Just keep that in mind. DESPERATE.

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      1. I understand, and am very worried.

        I also know that the impeachment of our President would be “the shot heard ’round the world.” The beginning of an honest-to-God hot Civil War.

        I pray that doesn’t happen. These are scary times.

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        1. Our main weapon is faith. Just keep believing. TRUST that our FAITH will lead us in the direction that GOD wants us to go. I have NO FEAR of what lays ahead.

          I am convinced that if the Dems move into the “outrageous” in any way, their construction – whatever it is – will literally CRUMBLE. And all it takes for us to achieve that is to absolutely refuse to lay down our arms in the physical world, the information world, and MOST OF ALL in the spiritual world.

          DEFEND GOD AND COUNTRY, AND THEY WILL FALL.

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  13. Ristvan’s take:
    I went hunting for Ristvan’s take:

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    ristvan says:
    September 28, 2019 at 11:27 am
    LTR, exactly. Haste makes waste and that will be so here.
    The faster Pelosi’s process tuns to get ahead of Barr and Spygate indictments, the more partisan it will be and the worse the articles ‘product.
    But I think she has already lost the race. Horowitz was last week within the final two week window.He has conferred with Durham, so criminal referral indictments could already be in place under seal.dirham has done this stuff before in the Boston/Bulgar mess.

    ristvan says:
    September 28, 2019 at 12:02 pm
    Sundance post about the process. IMO it also presents Pelosi with great dangers.

    1. Nakedly partisan. Republican Congress people like Nunes and Ratcliffe can expose and exploit that during the House impeachment process. So can PDJT as his new ad demonstrates. Not a good look in flyover country helped by PDJT. We will see more Brad Parscale creativity.

    2. Don’t think the 31 (mostly new) Dem Reps in districts PDJT won in 2016 will be able to ‘sell’ impeachment during the present two week recess when there is no there there yet to sell.
    — Officially No collusion no obstruction plus Mueller bombed so Nadler has nothing on obstruction yet since PDJT released the Zelensky transcript with Zelensky’s permission. 2020 election interference is a joke argument since Biden isn’t the candidate and no primaries have yet been held. PDJT’s new ad starts running tomorrow, probably the first of many.
    —Schiff made stuff up Thursday. The IGIC urgent concern form was provably altered either just for this WB complaint or (worse) after the fact. That Lawfare goof can be run down in PDJT’s favor.
    IMO there is a decent chance flimsy politicized articles will not get the requisite majority vote. The faster Pelosi’s gang tries to run, the greater that risk for them.

    3. As as said agreeing with LTR observation upthread, haste makes waste. And no matter how fast Pelosi’s gang tries, they cannot at this point outrun Barr, Horowitz, and Durham on Spygate. And that puts even more pressure on the 31 Dems in PDJT districts.

    4. PDJT is a street fighter with many political assets on his side:
    —tweets. “How can you impeach the most successful president ever?”
    —rallies. “Zelensky did not even know I delayed Ukraine aid to try to get Germany to contribute more until a month after my call. And the aid was ultimately timely delivered. No quid pro quo unlike Biden”.
    —Senate. Yes Romney is a snake. But there are shaky state Dems and primaryable Repubs up for re-election next year. McDonnell has already said that if necessary, he’s got this. And the Senate trial format isn’t lopsided like the 116th new House rules. That poses the opportunity to fully expose the deep state lawfare process and REALLY drain the swamp. For example, things like subpoena the whistleblower to find out who wrote his complaint since it is evident he didn’t. Subpoena Schiff to find who wrote and when his parody. Subpoena ICIG to find out who and when and why the urgent concern form was changed. All sticks of dynamite against lawfare.

    Tom Hansen says:
    September 28, 2019 at 1:54 pm
    I believe it would be a strategically fatal mistake for Barr to announce any indictments of the FISA and coup conspirators after an impeachment because the media would spend 100% of its time on the impeachment and will literally ignore the indictment announcements, and claim Barr is only defending Trump and is a rogue AG.

    Barr needs to announce the indictments first to claim the high ground, and then when the impeachment occurs, Trump can then claim it is Presidential harassment and the Dems attempting to deflect from the corrupt federal bureaucracy to minimize the grounds for impeachment.

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    ristvan says:
    September 28, 2019 at 2:26 pm
    Agree. And think that is exactly what will soon happen. It explains the Dem rush to judgement.

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    1. Definitely! Barr is in Italy for two days “working” (Mifsud and 5Eyes abuse against President Trump). He’s certainly not there visiting the pope!

      Barr and Company need to get out ahead of this Dem bullshit, like in the next week or two! When you have the chairman of a Congressional committee just pulling a story out of his ass, and Brennan calling on CIA operatives to file whistleblower complaints on President Trump from things heard at the local watering hole—well, game on!

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      1. I say two weeks—aren’t these Congress cats on break for two weeks? Didn’t they just come back from summer break?

        Hell, they haven’t done any legislation— they must be exhausted from all these bogus hearings! This impeachment stuff is strenuous— we need a break!!!

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    2. —– ristvan says:
      The IGIC urgent concern form was provably altered either just for this WB complaint or (worse) after the fact. That Lawfare goof can be run down in PDJT’s favor.
      —–

      Anonymous Conservative also thinks this may be a mis-play of the Dems in their current hysteria..

      —– Intelligence Inspector General recently changed the rules for whistleblowing, to allow hearsay, almost as if it knew this complaint was coming because Trump had effectively closed out Cabal members from direct access and firsthand knowledge……

      ….Regardless, the change is interesting, and could be Trump and Q’s doing, as I would assume shitbaggery was a lot easier to get away with when it could not be reported unless some honest boy scout got access to firsthand knowledge about it. Now any agent who heard a rumor CIA was running cocaine up through Mena could touch off a full scale investigation, where as before, only the people directly involved could have. I would not be surprised there are a lot of bad actors shitting their pants right now, over this change.
      ——

      Link – (5th or 6th item down the page)
      https://www.anonymousconservative.com/blog/news-briefs-09282019/

      Thanks ozzytrumpster for linking this site a while back!

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      1. “Now any agent who heard a rumor CIA was running cocaine up through Mena could touch off a full scale investigation, where as before, only the people directly involved could have. I would not be surprised there are a lot of bad actors shitting their pants right now, over this change.”

        _________________

        No, that’s not how it will play out.

        Ristvan is still thinking as if there was a single standard for everyone, instead of the two-tiered system of double standards we obviously have in reality.

        Any ‘hearsay’ that would help the Trump administration will simply be ignored, shitcanned, lost, deleted, forgotten.

        You know it, I know it, everybody knows it.

        And any ‘hearsay’ that is damaging to the president will get the red carpet treatment with full horns and 21-gun salute treatment.

        The bad guys aren’t shitting their pants, because the system is rigged in their favor, and now it’s rigged even more in their favor.

        The ‘rules’ have been loosened again, so now they can attack with abandon. They don’t even require actual ‘hearsay’, they can just make up whatever narrative they want, and then claim they ‘heard it from a friend who, heard if from a friend who, heard it from another you’ve been messing around.’ (REO Speedwagon, “Take it on the Run”)

        The right wouldn’t play that game even if they could, and they can’t anyway, because the alphabet agencies are stacked with Leftists, not conservatives.

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      2. This popped tonight – can’t deny POTUS due process, and any rule changes in the House that do that… will be a Constitutional issue – Supreme Court.

        I’m looking forward to the dirt on Schiff or the others to cause them a little distraction in the near future.

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    3. Ristvan: “Sundance post about the process. IMO it also presents Pelosi with great dangers.

      1. Nakedly partisan. Republican Congress people like Nunes and Ratcliffe can expose and exploit that during the House impeachment process. So can PDJT as his new ad demonstrates. Not a good look in flyover country helped by PDJT. We will see more Brad Parscale creativity.”

      _________________

      What if they don’t care how it looks?

      What if the objective,the bottom line, is to RAM IT THROUGH at any cost?

      What if that is the LEAST bad choice for the Left?

      What if the ends justifies the means?

      We keep thinking that ‘perceptions’ matter, that ‘optics’ matter, etc. What if the Left has stopped playing that game — completely — and now it’s pure hardball to the death?

      What will stop them?

      Because we have to realize something, and the sooner, the better. If the Left is a cornered rat (which it is), then like any wounded animal, it is going to fight to the death. And that means that prissy little never-get-your-hands-dirty types are going to have to use actual lawful FORCE before this is over.

      And I hate to break it to everyone, but our side has ZERO experience in the use of force. We can barely even play the ‘perception’ and ‘optics’ game. Who is going to put the handcuffs on Pelosi, or Civil Rights ‘hero’ Cummins, or on Mad Max?

      And when they do NOT go peacefully, who is going to give the order to wrestle them to the ground and put them in restraints? When they start spitting in the officers’ faces, who is going to authorize putting a hood over their heads, or a Hannibal Lecter mask?

      You better think this through, because the evil isn’t going to quit or give up. Especially when they know EXACTLY how reluctant and inexperienced we are with the use of force. They will test and tempt at every opportunity, and we will balk and hesitate at every test. How do I know that? Because that’s what we always do. Without exception.

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    4. Ristvan: “2. Don’t think the 31 (mostly new) Dem Reps in districts PDJT won in 2016 will be able to ‘sell’ impeachment during the present two week recess when there is no there there yet to sell.”

      ________________

      So Nancy tells her peeps not to worry about it. They have already bought enough GOPe Senate votes, so we impeach next week and convict in the Senate in a month or two.

      ………………………………
      Pelosi: ‘We already have a plan to get rid of Pence, he’ll be easy compared to Trump. Then I will be the president of the United States, and there won’t be any more elections after that, because we won’t have to play this ‘game’ for the public after that, it’s game over and we win. Everybody who goes with us is rich beyond your wildest dreams and in permanent position of power, never to worry about running for election again.

      And everybody who goes against us is dead. Before you even leave this room.

      So you’ve got your giant golden carrot, and you have your barbed-wire Lucille baseball bat for a stick.

      Who is with us?

      Who is against us?

      Good. Alright then.

      Meeting adjourned.’
      ………………………………….

      People think it can’t happen.

      They always do think that.

      Until it does.

      When the enemy says they hate you, you should believe them.

      When the enemy says they want to kill you, you should believe them.

      When the enemy has already stuck their necks out so far to prove their intentions to take you OUT, you should believe they mean it.

      But we don’t.

      We don’t believe it.

      Not really.

      We still think this is some kind of game.

      And that’s extremely dangerous.

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  14. JJ @JJ
    Addendum: The point that Giuliani started his investigation of Biden(s) before Biden became a candidate is CRITICAL. You cann be accused of investigating your opponent if at the start of said investigation he was NOT your opponent.

    Get it? Implications on impeachment? HUGE!

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    1. “Addendum: The point that Giuliani started his investigation of Biden(s) before Biden became a candidate is CRITICAL.”

      ________________

      Why?

      As a matter of Law?

      Suppose Biden announces his candidacy, and then he commits a crime. Can he not be investigated or indicted or prosecuted because he’s a candidate?

      Where did this line of thinking come from?

      If you break the law, you get investigated, and if the evidence proves you broke the law, you get indicted.

      That’s how the system is supposed to work.

      What do dates and times related to when you may or may not have announced your candidacy for a public office have to do with the price beans in Mexico?

      It’s like we’re trying to play by technicalities of decorum that don’t even exist. And they are laughing at us, while they commit actual High Treason and confidently continue a 3+ year long coup against the President of the United States.

      Us: But we’re right!

      Them: We don’t care.

      Us: But we’re playing by the rules!

      Them: Try to stop us. Go ahead. I dare you.

      Us: But the law is on our side!

      Them: What law? Who is going to enforce it? I double-dare you.

      Us: You know we’re right!

      Them: Who cares? We certainly don’t. What are you going to do about it? Nothing.

      Us: You better quit it!

      Them: We’re shakin’ in our boots over here. Next you’ll threaten to use harsh language. Ooohhh…

      Us: I’m telling Mom!

      Them: That’s what I thought. You have all your precious rules, and you think they mean something, but you don’t understand power, or the use of force. We do. That’s why we win, and you always lose.

      Us: That’s not fair!

      Them: Welcome to the end of the thought process, suckers.

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        1. Yes, I understand the point, but who is the point for?

          It’s like arguing how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

          Does anybody think the media will care about this technicality, that we have dotted our ‘i’ and crossed our ‘t’ according to the very best rules of sportsmanship and Hoyles Book of Rules and Marquess of Queensberry?

          Does anybody think the Democrats will care?

          Of course they won’t.

          So once again, we’re ‘scoring points’ (‘virtue’ points, at that) on a field where the enemy isn’t even playing, and nobody’s watching.

          We’re great at that. Our side is better at it than anyone.

          Unfortunately, our side is also the only side that cares about such things.

          Thugs don’t care.

          People whose entire lives revolve around the exercise of raw naked power don’t care.

          We’re playing ‘color inside the lines’ with psychopaths.

          They don’t care about our cute little ‘lines’ that we so carefully color inside of.

          They’ll just light our whole coloring book on fire, and then laugh at us.

          It’s like threatening Al Capone with harsh words.

          At least Elliot Ness was willing to go after him.

          Who has our DOJ gone after, going on Year Three of the Great Pumpkin Coup?

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            1. “When it goes to court, and don’t forget they don’t own the courts anymore, it has to be perfect. When you strike at the king…….”

              ________________

              What court?

              When does a court come into play?

              The trial is held in the Senate, is it not?

              And the Senate is a political body, not a court.

              But using a court for an analogy, any jury, if they so choose (and if they are aware of their power to do so) can ignore the evidence and find a defendant ‘not guilty’, for any reason, or for no reason at all. It is called ‘jury nullification’.

              In the Senate, isn’t the opposite true?

              Can’t they choose to ignore the evidence, and find the defendant guilty, for any reason?

              What mechanism in the Law would stop them?

              If at least one Party is acting in good faith, that should never happen.

              But which of the two Parties can anyone say, with any degree of confidence, is acting in good faith?

              Chief Injustice Roberts will be presiding, but Roberts is completely compromised, so he won’t be doing the right thing. His role (like with Hussein-care) will be to make the impeachment look as legitimate as he can.

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      1. I hear you.

        At one point, I had a G/L accountant working for me from India. We were behind on collection calls, and I’d streamlined and automated a lot of G/L processes, so he had some time to help. Being a cube environment, I overheard part of his conversation with a customer. He was very literal and bureaucratic — he established that they had ordered the stuff, that we had delivered it, and that we had invoiced it properly, and maintained — based on that — that they should be paying it promptly.

        Mind you, in the real world, some poor guy is sitting there saying, “I’ve got $10K right now. I need to make payroll for $3K, pay payroll taxes of $1K, pay off the owner’s coke connection for $500, pay for $2000 of robots from this Indian guy, pay off two critical suppliers on COD for $1500 and $2500, pay on an agreed Federal tax repayment program for $1000, pay rent of $4000, and pay other suppliers $25,000.”

        “Let’s see, if I don’t make payroll, everyone who knows anything in this company is going to walk. If I don’t pay payroll taxes, I could become personally liable for twice the amount of the tax. If I don’t take care of the owner’s coke connection, it’s a coin toss as to whether the owner or the dealer will leave me dead behind the building. If I don’t pay the COD shipments, I might as well shut down production. If I miss a payment on a deal with the Feds where they’re accepting payments, they’ll demand everything NOW. If I pay late again on rent, we’ll get evicted……..oh, did I skip the robot guy…..?”

        I could tell from eavesdropping on the call that it wasn’t going well, but that the other side was actually being cordial. I interjected myself into the call, thanked the guy for his attention, wished him luck, and pulled Raj off of collection calls.

        You have to maintain situational awareness about “the rules”.

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    2. Yes, this was mentioned on the ‘net. They haven’t even had their primaries yet, so Biden isn’t any official nominee. Furthermore, someone mentioned how the Dem primary candidates would have to recuse in the House and Senate….’cause “conflict of interest”! Not that they’d pay attention to that. But there was an interesting nugget via Larry S this evening, and that involves POTUS’ “due process” rights.

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  15. Is there anyway under house rules that a R can force a vote? I think that would be a trumpian way to make the Ds get off the pot and then have to STFU.

    They just want to keep blathering about it for use by the lamestream fake news media.

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  16. From the 🐝

    Nobel Peace Prize Committee Informs Trump He Has Not Launched Enough Drone Strikes To Qualify
    September 26th, 2019

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    OSLO, NORWAY—The Norwegian Nobel Committee was reportedly considering President Trump as a recipient of its prestigious Nobel Peace Prize, as the president had submitted his name for consideration to them over 67 times. But after reviewing his credentials, the committee concluded that he had not launched enough drone strikes against foreigners to qualify.

    “Yeah, you’ve dabbled in attacks, but what we’re really looking for is someone who’s really committed to a secret drone war,” said a spokesperson for the committee. “Look at previous winners like Barack Obama: now there’s a shining example of someone who achieved world peace not through lame diplomacy but by blowing up foreigners with impunity.”

    Obama also criticized Trump’s drone strike count, saying they were “rookie numbers” and he needs to “pump those numbers up.”

    “My fellow Americans, it represents a danger to democracy when we have a president who’s either unwilling or unable to bomb as many foreigners as I did,” Obama said, reading off a teleprompter. “During my scandal-free presidency, I was able to drop over 26,000 bombs some years.”

    “Those were the days,” he added, going off-script as his eyes glazed over and he recalled the feeling of dark, evil power that coursed through his veins when he ordered drone strikes on foreign nations we were not at war with, innocent civilians, and the occasional American citizen.

    The Nobel Prize committee said they would consider Trump again next year, provided he starts a war with Iran.

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  17. If FISA can be a two-way street (according to Q)— well, can’t this whistleblower stuff be a two-way street also?

    “Somebody at the grocery store told me that she overheard that Adam Schiff was plotting to side with Canada in supporting a growing enemy of the United States, but the enemy remains top secret.” Certainly this poses a national security threat!

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  18. I can’t find the transcript for Sekulow’s comments in the video above, and I’m too tired to transcribe them myself.

    The point I wanted to make is that he sounds like the opponents of Hitler must have sounded like, before Hitler took power.

    Or like any other defender of the rule of Law before a government was overthrown.

    It’s ‘political’… they are actively trying to effect a COUP, you dummies!

    Law and politics doesn’t matter if the other side is willing to risk EXECUTION for TREASON by attempting a coup!

    And this has to be the longest running coup attempt in the history of the WORLD!

    It has been going on so long, the people DOING it probably don’t even believe it’s illegal anymore!

    And why should they?

    Why SHOULDN’T they just keep trying until they succeed?

    What consequence have ANY of the active coup participants suffered, lo these MANY years?!?

    This is so &^%$ing dangerous it’s unreal.

    It just doesn’t seem that way, because our frog pot has been on slow boil for so long.

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    1. Yup, my sense is that that have to take the shot and pull the trigger – it would seem to be their only play to fend off Barr …

      Then your country’s future is in the hands of RINO’s and Roberts – not very encouraging …

      So @#%$ing dangerous would be correct.

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    1. That’s NOTHING.

      I saw him driving by himself in the carpool lane… AND go through a toll station without paying.

      Then he double-parked.

      In front of a fire hydrant.

      On a Sunday.

      Mmm-hmm.

      Let’s see him try to wiggle out of THAT.

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        1. “There a rumour that he asked for and GOT 2 scoops of ice cream and everyone else only got one.”

          _____________

          Well frankly I’m OUTRAGED.

          Impeach this man!

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  19. POTUS being denied Due Process!

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    1. I am not a lawyer or an expert, but my impression is that there are no due process considerations for the House proceedings. If they impeach, there is a trial in the Senate, and I would think that that is where due process would be in play. (Someone knowledgeable, please weigh in.)

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        1. The 17th Amendment (direct election of Senators) threw the whole scheme cockeyed.

          One of my pet causes is to replace the current bicameral legislature with a tricameral one. There’s supposed to be one place to vote if you live here (the House), and one place to vote if you run governmental functions in a US state (the Senate)…..what I would propose is a new place to vote if you pay the bills. Any entity would get one vote for every dollar paid into the US Treasury. We could call it the Pissed. And, note, you gain a vote for every dollar that goes to the US Treasury from wherever you are in the world.

          Where the House has the special power that every revenue bill must begin in the House; the Pissed would have the special power that every spending bill must begin in the Pissed.

          And, of course, a rollback of the 17th Amendment would be helpful. The Senate is supposed to represent STATES. Look at the 10th Amendment: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” There it is — states are separate things from people. Why would you have Representatives elected by people and Senators elected by……other people?!?!? Direct election of Senators is a Constitutional abomination.

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      1. Larry was discussing the case of Adam Clayton Powell – per Wiki:
        Following allegations of corruption, in 1967 “Powell was excluded from his seat by Democratic Representatives-elect of the 90th United States Congress, but he was re-elected and regained the seat in the 1969 ruling of the Supreme Court.” Dems changing the rules which affect due process, not only of th ePresident, but consider all the people they’re demanding testimony from – without GOP countering – that might be a problem. I don’t know, but there could well be Constitutional issues in what they’re doing.

        I’ve got a problem with a corrupt, criminal Congress being able to do anything without DOJ taking action – but then that’s just me.

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    1. Yes, that would be great. This tweet from yesterday is about 8chan coming back online.

      Ron
      @CodeMonkeyZ
      Everything should make sense soon. In final stages of setting up new systems now. I’m not going to promise a date yet, but things are looking optimistic.
      7:33 PM · Sep 27, 2019·Twitter Web App
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  20. Thank you, Fle…for this uplifting post!
    🤩🤗👏👍

    I refuse to get discouraged and down-spirited about what is going on.

    We don’t know what’s going on behind the scenes.
    But whatever it is…it is making the Dems do stupid things out of desperation.

    I’ve been excited about our VSG mentioning “CrowdStrike” in his phone call with Zelensky.

    I think that CrowdStrike is a key to a lot of the skullduggery in SpyGate.

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