Dear KAG!: 20191010 Open Thread

 This Night before Daughn Thursday 20191010 Open Thread is officially Open – VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA / KAG! / KMAG world (KMAG being a bit of both MAGA and KAG! You can say what you want, comment on what other people said, and so on.

Free Speech is practiced here. ENJOY IT. Use it or lose it. Keep it SOMEWHAT civil. They tried to FORCE fake Orwellian civility on us. In response, we CHOOSE true civility to defend our precious FREEDOM from THEM. Our rules began with the civility of the Old Treehouse, later to become the Wolverinian Empire, and one might say that we have RESTORED THE OLD REPUBLIC – the early high-interaction model of the Treehouse – except of course that Q discussion is not only allowed but encouraged, and speech is considerably freer in other ways. Please feel free to argue and disagree with the board owner, as nicely as possible.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here in the January 1st open thread. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven.


Also remember Wheatie’s Rules: •1.No food fights. •2.No running with scissors. •3.If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone

Still applicable this week. Since today is Thursday and tomorrow is Friday I can imagine that  Democrats will continuously be having one of these:

Our President is weathering the political storm EVERYDAY!

Let’s STAND with him for in just over 1 years time when he WINS his 2nd term we’ll be able to kick back and relish the saving of our Republic.

429 thoughts on “Dear KAG!: 20191010 Open Thread

  1. Anyone else find it funny that Ellen DeGeneres is getting hammered by Hollywood for being a BFF of George W. Bush. Not that I like Bush and I used to like the ellen show before she went crazy… but I can’t help but laugh.

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  2. Nothing like your friendly neighborhood gun store ti be the pkace to sign Newsom’s recall petition!!!
    Done here.
    Anyone in California, check your gunbstore for recall petition gatherers.

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    1. Oregon too! Huge recall drive on today. Lars Larson is broadcasting from a gun show parking lot today.

      Lars Larson
      6 hrs ·
      Governor Kate Brown faces recall from office and today marks the last big push for signatures. I vote in Washington state but I have joined the effort with a live broadcast today at Northwest Armory. Voters should have a choice. If enough signatures come in by Monday, Brown’s recall goes on the ballot in December. There are dozens of ways Brown fails. She’s reversed decisions made by the voters on taxes, drivers licenses for illegals and the death penalty. She fails children by, among other things, shipping disabled foster kids out of state and hiding the death of a baby in a daycare center. She fails on education with one of the highest dropout rates in America and 50 percent of students failing tests. Governor Brown fails public employees by taking no action at all to fix the 50 billion dollar shortfall in the public employee pension system. (She has hidden public records and perverted her own public records czar…telling Ginger McCall that her job was to protect the Governor…not the citizens…so McCall quit.) For all those reasons I’m asking you…if you want a vote on removing Kate Brown, today’s the day. Turn in your signature sheets or come by Northwest Armory today and sign the petition. I can’t offer you anything of value for that…but i’ll be glad to shake your hand and tell you thanks face to face. If you can’t come to my location today, there are dozens of other signature pickup sites around the region and they are all listed at

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      1. I had to call my state rep office to find it. The gop office doesnt exist anymore…wierd. san diego was big doing call centers for POTUS during the election. Theres got to be a network down there for you.

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        1. There are two recalls for Newsom. Might be a divider strategy. I believe both have petitions that can be downloaded from online (the one by Travis Allen does for sure). BUT you have to have it printed on a certain size paper for it to be acceptable. Goofy but true.

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          1. The state will only accept the signatures from 1 recall. So they cannot combine the numbers. The drive put forward by Erin Cruz is the one that has more support although the goal is the same.

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          2. Yes it has to be on 11 x 14. There are a bunch of exact signatures and info that has to be perfect or its disqualified. The gun shop had it right on the counter with voter registration forms too. He had a cover around each signature so that there were no mistakes.

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  4. I find it very entertaining that NBC News staff is in a quandary about the latest Matt Lauer accusation.

    What I also find funny is in Ronan’s book he describes how the “rape victim” who claimed Matt Lauer forcibly raped her five years ago came back for more consensual sex several times in the weeks afterwards. Man, that had to be some rape, ha ha.

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  5. Rep Collins discussed the Dems impeachment plan, and it’s going to backfire.

    Ristvan weighs in:
    ristvan says:
    October 10, 2019 at 3:26 pm
    “Collins said ‘will backfire’. Disagree—the ‘peach foty fi’ thing ALREADY has.
    Dems are in a lose lose lose.

    —If they continue down the Pelosi path, the Cippolone letter says why ‘we aint gunna play along’. Pelosi has no means to force it because there are no legitimate enforceable subpoenas. Schiff’s Ukraine fabrication was eviscerated when PDJT released the transcript.

    —If they reverse onto the traditional route, they have no way of returning legitimate articles of impeachment because there are NO high crimes and misdemeanors.

    —If they just stop it now to cut their loses (we had an inquiry and found no nigh crimes and misdemeanors, they look like destructively partisan idiots.

    House Dems are self destructing and it will cost them the House in 2020, for sure. If AOC is over it, it is over.”

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    1. Lady,
      I appreciate you bringing us Ristvan’s view on things…………. highly respect his opinion.

      Thank you for going through the muck to get to him 😉

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      1. It’s just sad to see so many people over there who spend their time thinking negatively. Ristvan is one of the few left who actually adds information to the threads; the rest is just reinforcement of how the good guys aren’t really good guys, etc. etc.

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          1. Quite a few prominent people read his posts, and several occasionally comment. I came across Sarah Palin commenting today when getting the Ristvan remark. The negative attitude of so many of the commenters I think reflects poorly for the site, but maybe that doesn’t matter for whatever reason(s) we aren’t aware of.

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      1. They’ve taken over the cable news market. It’s hard for them to grow their ratings unless they poach viewers from the other left networks.

        Oh yeah, and Murdoch hates Trump. That too.

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    1. This is really not a surprise. A lot of the big tech companies, not just in Cali, route a lot of extra power lines to their facilities. They can do this because they are able to negotiate industrial grade power, even for office buildings. Amazon goes even further, they design the entire power substation to their specifications!

      Residential grade OTOH is pretty much crap. They consider residential power a luxury service – which was largely true from the 1920s to the 1950s, not so much now. Entire subdivisions with only one connection to the grid is the norm, which is why an ice storm can knock out 100k residents at one time. At least the local hospitals have multiple industrial power legs and backup generators.

      PG&E needs major reforms, but it’s a minor problem compared to Cali on the whole. OTOH Texas has ERCOT to manage the TEXAS grid and generally does a MUCH better job at power reliability – despite the Obama EPAs efforts to sabotage Texas’ power generation capacity. Texans also have their choice of electric service companies.

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  6. Prime Minister Twinkle Socks is getting his.

    Trudeau accusor lands a seven-figure NDA to keep quiet about West Grey departure

    Sources are telling The Buffalo Chronicle that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s accuser has been in talks with a private attorney for more than a week, discussing a heated sexual relationship that began and ended more than 18 years ago, when the young woman was a student at Vancouver’s prestigious West Point Grey Academy. The Chronicle is told that the two engaged in a months-long affair beginning in the summer of 2000, both on and off-campus.

    That non-disclosure and an accompanying non-disparagement agreement were signed last night, according to the source, for more than $2.25 million CDN.

    A friend of the accusor’s family reached out to The Chronicle days ago, prior to the signing of the non-disclosure agreement, when its terms were not in effect and still being negotiated. Those talks took nearly two weeks and took place almost entirely in Vancouver.

    By Saturday evening, Trudeau’s negotiator became impatient, giving the young woman a deadline of 10pm on Wednesday evening to either agree to or reject the terms of the NDA. The Chronicle became familiar with the situation shortly after Trudeau’s negotiator made that threat.

    The young woman and her attorneys were insisting that the terms be mutually binding on Trudeau (in which case Trudeau would be liable for damages if he were to publicly discuss the circumstances of their relationship himself). Trudeau’s attorneys repeatedly refused that request, which was cause for the delay.

    It is unknown whether the terms of the final agreement are mutually binding.

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    1. The general is a 12.5 months away. I am more interested in a list of RINOs and GOP”e” we need to defeat in the primary! Primaries aren’t that far away

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    1. My jaw literally dropped open wide when reading this! Not good. No reason to remove something – is it costing anything to leave the system in place? This is not a neutral decision – it is purposeful and for a only bad reasons

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    2. “What is infuriating here is people are going to die because of this decision.”


      That seems to be a theme in California policy making.

      Determine which policy action will wreak the most destruction.

      Like, if a major wildfire broke out in a populated area where the bullet train is slated to plow through.

      I don’t know if they are misanthropes or masochists. Ideologues or just plain sick. Can’t figure it out.


  7. This wont get much if any attention but I think this is a critical communication device being ripped away from California’s citizens.

    “The People’s Republic of California is at it again; through unelected state officials, California is severing ties to ham radio repeater owners throughout the state, jeopardizing the lives of millions of Californians who depend on these repeaters  to operate during emergencies.

    Last month, repeater operators were sent emails telling them the State would no longer allow them to operate repeaters on public land without paying substantial rental fees. In the letter sent by CAL FIRE, the state claims Ham operators no longer provide a benefit to the state or public safety. They claimed that “constantly changing technological advances” has made Ham radio obsolete during an emergency.

    Keep in mind; this is a state that is currently shutting power down in 34 of its counties because its infrastructure cannot handle 20-30 mph winds without risking wildfire breakouts throughout the state.

    What is a Ham Radio Repeater

    An amateur radio repeater system is a two-way radio system that takes weaker or low-level amateur radio signals and retransmits them at a higher level or higher power so that the radio signal can cover longer distances without degradation. It is a vital part of the local emergency communications system, and Ham Radio operators have been using them for decades to provide support during disasters that take out local communication infrastructure.

    Why would they remove something that is the last line of defense during a disaster?

    What is infuriating here is people are going to die because of this decision. It costs the State of California nothing to allow these repeaters on public land; in fact, Ham RadioOperators pay for the equipment and maintain the equipment at their own cost. Ham Radio operators also make nothing from running these radio repeaters; they do so as a service to the public to help ensure the public’s safety during natural disasters and emergencies.”

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  8. Top ‘Never-Trumpers’ Tied to Politician Indicted for Human Smuggling and Selling Children

    From the article:

    “The names of some of the largest GOP critics of President Donald Trump are surfacing in the investigation of a politician indicted this week on charges of fraud, human smuggling, selling children, forgery, conspiracy and ripping off the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System.

    But what IS NOT public, until now, is Petersen’s curious association with GOP critics of President Trump, including former US Sen. Jeff Flake, late Sen. John McCain, and Sen. Mitt Romney among others. Petersen also campaigned for and is friends with Arizona Gov. Goug Ducey and other politicians, according to records and sources.

    Petersen’s association with Flake, who recently resigned from the Senate, is perhaps most curious. Petersen’s alleged schemes involved securing pregnant women from the Marshall Islands. Flake is somewhat famous for his much-hyped personal trips to the Marshall Islands. Flake has trekked to the Marshall Islands at least four times, including once to film a reality survival show while he was in the Senate.”

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