Dear KMAG: 20191022 Open Topic

This ROCKTOBER [22] [PLACEHOLDER] TUESDAY open thread is 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.






Our movement

Is about replacing

A failed


Political establishment

With a new government controlled

By you, the American People.

Candidate Donald J. Trump

Also remember Wheatie’s Rules:

  1. No food fights.
  2. No running with scissors.
  3. If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.

Are you enjoying ROCKTOBER? I hope so. I know I am.



ENJOY IT with me.

Where We Go One, We Go All.


President Trump & Melania share traditional Japanese dinner with Prime Minister Abe & wife.


I left the above post “as is”, and simply add these thoughts upon my return.

First of all, it’s good to be back. It was good to get away for a while, but I missed being connected to America. I missed being connected to our little machine by which we understand what is REALLY happening. I missed my good company which is so easily taken for granted.

I missed Y’ALL, one might say.

I had many thoughts during my journey. One thing was very clear to me, and I wanted to say this over and over again.

“Travel still broadens the mind, despite globalism.”

While there are still differences, those differences allow us to see what is possible. So I have to ask myself – how could anything which prevents us from broadening our minds be good?

And then, what I see in spite of this – seemingly KNOWINGLY in spite of this, is a complex con game perpetrated on humanity, in which we are all asked not merely to set aside differences – to “live and let live” – but to EACH FEEL OBLIGATED TO ELIMINATE OUR OWN DIFFERENCES.

Everybody is being asked to eliminate THEIR differences.

At which point I interrupt, against the rules, and very politely interject a simple question:


That is before I even begin to ask the questions of WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY and HOW.

SO – you may notice that I have some questions upon my return – questions not only because I quite literally MISSED an entire week of real news and analysis, but questions that include very basic ones which result from the simple fact of a travel-broadened mind, despite globalism.

And that’s not counting the effects of jet lag, which you may notice, too! *wink*

Anyway, there will be some posts coming, based on my journey. Very soon.

Thank you all, and HUGS.

It’s good to be home.


708 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20191022 Open Topic

  1. More proof of what looks like a pre-planned conspiracy.
    Photographic info will be added to the bigger timeline on Impeachment.

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        1. William B. Taylor is the executive vice president at the U.S. Institute of Peace. Earlier, he was the special coordinator for Middle East Transitions in the U.S. State Department. He oversaw assistance and support to Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and Syria. He served as the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine from 2006 to 2009.

          DANGER, Swamp Creature Will Robinson…DANGER. NOTE ALL the countries and their inherent problems this guy was working in. Eqypt, Muslim Brotherhood days, Tunisia, SAME, Lybia. and SYRIA ISIS. This guy has A LOT to hide. Ambassador to Ukraine during the HEIGHT of corruption and unrest. HE IS THE KEY.

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  2. “Top Democrats like Pelosi are remaining deliberately silent. Pelosi’s office has not responded to multiple requests for comment from Breitbart News on this matter, and has not answered a set of detailed questions sent to the Speaker, including whether she thinks it is acceptable for members of Congress to have sexual relations with their staff members.

    What’s more, Hill is the Vice Chairwoman of the House Committee on Oversight and Government Reform, and for a brief moment was the committee’s highest ranking member when its now former chairman Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) passed away late last week. Since Cummings’ passing, Pelosi quickly named Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) to replace Cummings atop the committee as its new acting chair, but Hill announced she will remain the committee’s vice chairwoman.”

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    1. At the risk of being seen as defending her rather bad behavior, I think it is significant that her lesbian relationship with this girl began before she was elected. The implication that a congresscritter was preying on a House staffer is false. That sort of predatory behavior happens too often and using this as if it was the same is a disservice to the real victims of power imbalance.

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    “In fact, even CNN has had to admit Trump’s success, as Newsbusters observed.

    In an astonishing case of pigs flying, CNN actually ran article on Sunday by Catherine Shoichet and Natalie Gallón, “Why some say Mexico already built Trump’s wall — and paid for it.”

    In it they note that Mexico has effectively built the wall, that Mexico by marshaling thousands of their troops to prevent people from coming in and not going north to the U.S. is acting as the wall itself.”

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  4. copied from OT

    ristvan says:
    October 22, 2019 at 2:04 pm

    Been catching up on stuff after sleeping in. Watched MNF so only caught the Hannity interview with PDJT starting at midnight. Lynching induced PC faux outrage this AM is beyond ridiculous.

    Will make a cheerful prediction for Treepers that Articles of impeachment will never be voted out of Pelosi’s House. Three reasons:
    1. She would not even hold a traditional vote to commence a formal inquiry. That means she doesn’t have a majority given the twenty plus mostly newbie Dems in districts PDJT carried. The failed Al Green resolutions provide a reasonable head count proxy.
    2. Schiff doesn’t have the goods. His Phony version of call based on whistleblower hearsay was blown up by released transcript. Quid pro quo pressure blown up by Zelenskyy himself. The reason Schiff is keeping all the rest ‘secret’ is to hide the fact that there is no there, there. At the growing cost to Dems of visible unfairness and absence of due process—a lynching.
    3. They cannot stop the unfair impeachment process they started. Admitting was only TDS would be a disaster for Dems in 2020. But they cannot eventually bring phony Articles of impeachment to a vote, either, because of points 1&2. So they will just interminably slog on, lynching without a rope.

    Dem media spin will eventually be overtaken by Spygate indictments reaching close to Obama. PDJT promised NEVER AGAIN. He keeps his promises. At least Comey and Yates on FISA abuse laid out by Nunes, at least Brennan and Clapper on EC predicate conspiracy as laid by Papadop.

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    1. This sentence just makes me want to scream: “The blobs of tissue are made from stem cells, and some have been noted to produce spontaneous brainwaves, something which can be seen in forming babies, and could be a sign that these blob-like brains are developing consciousness, or even self-awareness.”

      They’re worried about being cruel to brain blobs created in a lab, but babies – actual humans – aborted doesn’t even register with them.

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      1. The thing about stem cells, I learned from a former suitor, is that fetal stem cells are VERY hard to control. They will turn into just about anything. I wonder if the way to control them has been found. If so…that’s ominous.

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  6. “Superior Court Judge Anita Farris struck down Seattle’s gun storage ordinance Monday, ruling it violates the state’s 36-year-old preemption law.

    Preemption laws exist in various states around the union. They forbid cities and other localities from passing gun controls that exceed those which exist at the state level.

    The suit in which Judge Farris ruled was brought by the Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifle Association, together with three private citizens, Brett Bass, Curtis McCullough and Swan Seaberg. It rested on a claim the gun storage law of 2018 violated preemption.”

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    1. The storage portion of DC’s law was a major issue in the Heller case. The SCt described DC law as requiring “that any lawful firearm in the home be disassembled or bound by a trigger lock at all times, rendering it inoperable.”

      It then concluded: “In sum, we hold that the District’s ban on handgun possession in the home violates the Second Amendment, as does its prohibition against rendering any lawful firearm in the home operable for the purpose of immediate self-defense.”

      I haven’t read the storage law at issue in this case, but I strongly suspect it violates the plain language of the Heller decision.

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    2. Nebraska, for those of you who may be unfamiliar with The Second Amendment Foundation, it was founded by Alan Gottlieb many, many years ago.
      He is an absolute, no compromise pitbull, take no prisoners wonder.
      I first picked up SAF newsletter when it was a B&W cheapie…but he was determined to expand, and has.
      The early editions were ab Jewish history re disarmament, the foundation for his efforts.

      If you are ever on the lookout for a virtuous group to donate to re 2nd Amendment, here is where, imo, you get the most bang for your buck.
      Their headquarters are in WA State, which amuses me to no end, ha!
      I have jettisoned incoming from almost all gun org sites, as they tend toward alarmist clickbait caca, and their legislative approaches are largely ineffective.

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  7. Talk about a moneymaker !! The State can rake in cajillions. $150 for first offense. This person must live under a rock. Back during the blacklives protest days..saw with my own eyes toddlers saying f*ck you and more~~~~~

    Mass. Dem’s Bill Would Make It Illegal To Call Someone ‘Bitch’
    Repeat offenders could face six months’ imprisonment

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  8. Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    On why Tulsi Gabbard calls herself a “combat veteran.”

    Here she wears the Combat Medical Badge (CMB).


    Jul 1
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    Gabbard was a specialist (E-4 rank) in the 29th Brigade Supply Battalion.

    She was an administrator in the medical company.

    In other words, she was a clerk.
    State legislator ‘honored’ to serve country | The Honolulu Advertiser | Hawaii’s Newspaper


    Jul 1
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    The entire medical company was awarded the CMB for being in Iraq during a war.

    Gabbard served at Logistical Support Area (LSA) Anaconda, which was hit by mortar rounds and sniper fire.

    Gabbards defenders tell me that she is a combat veteran because she was at LSA Anaconda, and it was targeted by terrorists.

    Here’s my question:

    Are the cooks at LSA Anaconda also combat veterans?


    Jul 1
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    We all know that calling yourself a combat veteran would indicate that you took part in combat.

    Tulsi Gabbard was a clerk in a supply battalion.

    She took part in no firefights, and she did not go on patrols.

    She’s not a combat veteran.


    Jul 1
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    Like Pete Buttigieg, Gabbard was a noncombatant.

    Buttigieg worked on computers in Afghanistan.
    Pete Buttigieg’s military bragging is wearing thin


    Jul 1
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    Senator Bob Kerrey was a Navy SEAL in the Vietnam War. He lost a leg in combat and was awarded the Medal of Honor.

    Kerrey organized a counterattack AFTER losing his leg.

    He was classified as 100 percent disabled and medically discharged.

    Kerrey almost never talked about his experiences.


    Jul 1
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic
    When I tried to make a documentary about the four Palestinian boys who Hamas murdered in an elaborate deception operation to frame Israel, the director insisted that I find an American combat veteran to corroborate my theories.

    I knew a former Navy SEAL, who refused.

    He said something very significant.


    Thomas Wictor
    “All the veterans who would agree to be in your movie are the ones you wouldn’t want, and all the veterans you’d want in your movie would never agree to be in it.”

    I never forgot that.

    Gabbard and Buttigieg are the kind of veterans we don’t want in our movie.


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      1. Also there this

        “2016 Wikileaks Email Resurfaces Revealing John Podesta Was Mastermind Behind Tulsi Gabbard’s Congressional Win

        While many people love to bash Hillary and are so tired of the “Russia” insanity, others are cautioning the right not to get too “excited” defending Tulsi – especially those people on the right who are painting her as a “moderate” Democrat. …”

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  10. the Boss trolls with the word “lynch”…LOL…the man chooses his words carefully

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        1. Is it just me you like to troll with this stuff? ‘Cause, I’m telling you, I’m beginning to feel really special.

          And, BTW, I was once at a Mass – actually more than one – where Burke, then just an archbishop, talked for an hour. That’s why I said what I did.

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          1. I am not near Detroit, or else I would go. I don’t think I’d mind listening to Cardinal Burke for an hour. Especially now, with all the problems in the Church. I bet his homily will be very interesting.

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          2. No, it’s not just you D.P. Hate to burst your bubble but you aren’t the only thumper who gets her panties in a bunch when I post something you don’t approve of. There are several others here who just have to dictate what can and cannot be posted here, irregardless of the First Amendment policy of the blog and especially the Open Thread.

            And now having said that, I’ll sit back and watch several other scornful hypocrites berate me once again.


  11. Would somebody here mind giving me an update on Patrickhenrycensored? I lost track when he closed his blog. I had written down this one, but……………{sigh} can’t remember where I wrote it. 🙄 I just accidentally stumbled in here today.

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    1. There’s more… mittens’ son or nephew is involved in Ukraine corruption with Hunter Biden…
      Four of them, I believe…. Nancy Pelosi’s son, Biden’s son, Kerry’s stepson (?), and Mittens’ son or nephew.

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    1. I came here because I am worn down emotionally and mentally right now re the news. Began even feeling sick to my stomach with all that is happening – esp. the RINOs and Globalist in our own Congress. You all know I am go, go, go, fight, fight, fight (politically, of course) but today….feel like crying with gateway talking about Mitch sitting down with Schumer, with Mitch taking Syria vote…exhausted fighting on social media and now fighting our own GOP Senator!!!!

      Knew I would get encouraged here and this tweet is exactly what I needed to see.

      Taking a break.

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  13. Mitch continues to undermine POTUS… that is NOT what the GOP Senate Maj Ldr should be doing.

    Mitch is looking out for HIS own legacy… the judicial apptmts… he is at least GOPe, perhaps worse.

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    1. When we see people that we KNOW are working with the President on important, and often very specific tasks saying things like this, I think we need to take note, but do nothing to HIGHLIGHT or give energy to them.

      Our enemies was us to do their work for us by spreading what appears to be demoralizing material. After watching this for over three years I see a pattern. People working for MAGA often take opposing positions just long enough to generate chaff which helps our side keep the enemy’s side from understanding exactly who is doing what and how.

      Be of good cheer.

      Mitch will do what needs to be done and his words are for another purpose that we can’t see.

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  14. I was wondering a few weeks back there was the vet who was turning 100 years old and people were going to send him cards for his birthday. Did we ever hear how much mail he got or if POTUS sent one as well? I think it was in Texas?

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    1. It sounds as if the investigation into the DNC’s criminal actions to influence the 2016 election is finally beginning to get some legs. Expect to see many liberal tears on CNN and MSNBC in the near future.

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