Dear KMAG: 20191104 Open Topic

This Merry Warrior Monday 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/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


But it’s okay! We’ll get through it.

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Please remember to keep President Trump in your prayers.


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For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Ehrling, titled ‘Typhoon’:


Though the Storm is upon us…

We’re gonna clear the track and get our country back!



And a big Welcome Back for Q! We’ve missed you!


585 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20191104 Open Topic

  1. I want to give SD credit for his article bringing light on the need to protect Assange.

    Whatever is really going on, JA has suffered terribly for allowing some of the truth to get to the American people and we owe him a lot.

    The more support we let the corrupted ones know that he has, the better.

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    1. Posted this earlier this AM.

      It was met with barely a nod, sadly. JA is very important to proving the “Muh Russia” lie and he is not doing well, at all. The Brits are doing everything BUT put a bullet in his head to keep him from talking.

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      1. If Assange would just stop fighting extradition, he would be safely over here.

        His latest extradition hearing didn’t sound like it went his way, though…so it may happen in spite of his fighting it.

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  2. Man wheatie I feel like the polar bear today. My puppy dog woke up WAY to early and would not go back to sleep.

    Puppy: “The Sky is awake, so I’m awake, so we have to play!”

    Me: No I’m sleeping….no…no….Zzzzzzzz…..

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    1. I posted a comment and a link about this at approximately the same time you posted this. There is a lot here.

      I did not know that Flynn was named in Mueller’s first target authorization letter.

      The detailed walk though of the edits to Flynn’s 302 make a strong case that they do not accurately reflect what Flynn said.

      And the detail surrounding the push for Flynn’s plea deal is horrifying.

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    2. I’ve been waiting for this!

      I wonder if Sidney plans on chroming the balls of these people before hanging them on her review mirror or just leave as is.

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    1. What and intelligent woman in that video she got it and I pray more black people wake up and get it how they have been used and it will be painful.

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  4. Another fussilade from Sidney Powell, on behalf of Mike Flynn, which includes new information about the behavior of Flynn’s previous law firm. Apparently both DOJ and Covington and Burling knew that Convington had a conflict of interest in representing Flynn that should have compelled Covington to withdraw as Flynn’s counsel. From today’s filing:

    Mr. Van Grack unilaterally eliminated the possibility that the Court would learn enough to investigate further. He was content to allow hopelessly-conflicted counsel not merely to walk Mr. Flynn into five days of interviews with the Special Counsel team, but into an immediate, high pressured plea of guilty without any demands for or production of Brady material, facilitated the waiver of countless rights, and signed an agreement for endless years of cooperation with the government at extraordinary personal expense. In addition to those benefits, the government was able to turn Mr. Flynn’s own counsel into the equivalent of adverse witnesses against him in the Rafiekian FARA case in the Eastern District of Virginia

    Source document:

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      1. Yes, I alluded to earlier, but to make it easier for folks here who may not want to venture into hostile territory, this footnote is astounding:

        It is disingenuous to suggest that the proffer sessions were not adversarial when the government
        had permission to target Mr. Flynn, seized all his electronic devices, targeted his son, and seized
        his son’s devices. The government fails to mention that, to obtain the plea, it threatened Mr. Flynn
        with indictment the next day, the indictment of his son who had a new baby, promised him “the
        Manafort treatment,” and promised to pile on charges sufficient to put him in prison the rest of his
        life. The short fuse was no doubt motivated by the government’s knowledge, which it did not
        disclose to Flynn, that the salacious Strzok-Page emails, disclosing their vitriolic hatred of
        President Trump and his team, the key agents’ affair, and their termination from Mueller’s Special
        Counsel operation were going to be exposed the very next day. No individual, no matter how
        innocent, can withstand such pressure, particularly when represented by conflicted defense
        counsel. The advice a client is given by his lawyer in such fraught circumstances can make all the
        difference between standing his ground or caving to the immense pressure. Mr. Flynn caved, not
        because he is guilty, but because of the government’s failure to put its cards on the table, as Brady,
        requires, and its failure to ensure that Mr. Flynn was represented by un-conflicted counsel when
        he was forced to make that decision.

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    1. It’s amazing how many small-minded people seek to trigger others, hiding their petty narcissism behind a thin veil of “social justice” and “fairness”…

      Triggered much?

      By their fruits shall ye know them…

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        1. … 😃👍‼️❤️ … oh I know those words but I get a serious case of the guilts if/when I use them so I’m working at not using them .. catch ya later I have to go outside and beat the daylights out of a rock .. heh heh

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    1. It has now been made official. Infants are the newest class of Deplorables. Soon the Democrats will have no one left to vote for them. I predict the next political wave to arise in California will be the push to give the right to vote to AI.

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    1. Impeachment is not overthrowing the government by violent means. Impeachment is a legal process. But like any law, it can be misused by those with a bias and vendetta against a politician they don’t approve of.

      President Trump does not have the right to order the branches of the military to arrest anyone unless and until he declares nationwide martial law. That would get him impeached immediately.

      People need to stop worrying about impeachment. The U.S. Senate will not vote to remove President Trump from office. And the Democrat congressmen in purple states will pay dearly for their votes to impeach in 2020.


    1. That’s a really hairy guy, though…look at his arms.

      If he has morphed himself into Susan Rice, then he/she must take a bath in hair remover lotion!

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      1. Hair can be removed. South Asian women do something called “threading”, where the hairs are seized between two threads held tightly. You can get that done in any South Asian beauty spa in the United States. I’ve seen it offered in kiosks in large malls.

        In traditional Islamic culture, any body hair below the neck on women is considered unhygienic and unsightly.

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          1. Sure. I’m aware of it, also.

            But Sal Maqbool is said to be Pakistani. So he would have grown up more familiar with the threading.


  6. did this idiot do anything that was legal??

    Former President Barack Obama illegally entered into the Paris climate agreement, a lawsuit filed Monday says, citing a legal memo the Obama administration allegedly used to justify the deal.

    The lawsuit asserts that the Obama administration argued the agreement could be signed without Senate approval because it does not set “legally binding targets and timetables.” Such justifications are a misrepresentation of the law, according to the lawsuit.

    “This memo demonstrates the Obama administration’s unlawful entry into the Paris treaty,” Chris Horner, a senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute, noted in a press statement attached to the lawsuit. The memo “represents a major political and legal scandal,” he added.

    The lawsuit seeks documents related to the memo from the U.S. State Department through a Freedom of Information Act request.

    Horner is on the board of directors at the Government Accountability & Oversight (GAO), which filed the lawsuit on behalf of Energy Policy Advocates. He cited a legal memo that allegedly justifies Obama’s decision to enter the climate deal, which compels the U.S. and 200 other countries to cut greenhouse gas emissions 26% to 28% by 2025.

    Senate approval is required for any international deal that seeks “to adopt 1 targets and timetables,” not merely those that are “legally binding,” Horner noted in the lawsuit, referring to a referendum produced by the Senate in 1992 after the Kyoto Protocol, an international climate agreement designed to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The U.S. never ratified Kyoto.

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      1. Considering the chicanery Piglosi pulled with the certification statement that goes to all the SOS’ in the country (HI rep was the only one who refused to certify him), no, he was never “legally” President.

        “Mr. Vogt explains that current Hawaii Senator Brian Schatz, who was Chair of the State Democratic Party in 2008, refused to certify Barack Obama as eligible to be president of the United States. Vogt’s claim is that Schatz knew there was no long form “certificate of live birth” (COLB). Nancy Pelosi made the certification and thus by Vogt’s logic is guilty of treason.

        Vogt also talked about the controversy that surrounds him following the unsealing of his affidavit, which was admitted to court. Vogt pointed fingers at many who he believes worked on the forgery, which has “riled a few feathers” in the birther community.

        Perhaps the biggest bombshell of all is that Vogt believes he can prove that the assigned number on the certificate could not possibly have been issued to Barack Obama. He has studied the sequencing and has determined that this COLB could not have been issued at that time. This is a critical piece of evidence because it does not involve a scientific examination of layering technology and forgery techniques that could be open to opinion. If the number is proven wrong then that is hard to debate.”

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  7. I am stunned l.a. times was interested in publishing this article. Maybe just now realizing the tax base is leaving!

    “The Volkswagen SUV whizzed past the Texas state line, a U-Haul trailer in tow, as it made its way toward Amarillo.

    “Yay!” Judy Stark cried out to her husband, Richard, as they officially left California. The pair bobbed their heads to ’50s music playing on the radio.

    Like many other Republican and conservative voters in California, the retired couple have decided to leave the state. A major reason, Stark and her spouse say, is their disenchantment with deep-blue California’s liberal political culture.

    Despite spending most of their lives in the Golden State, they were fed up with high taxes, lukewarm support for local law enforcement, and policies they believe have thrown open the doors to illegal immigration.

    Just over half of California’s registered voters have considered leaving the state, according to aUC Berkeley Institute of Governmental Studies poll conducted for the Los Angeles Times. Republicans and conservative voters were nearly three times as likely as their Democratic or liberal counterparts to seriously have considered moving — 40% compared with 14%, the poll found. Conservatives mentioned taxes and California’s political culture as a reason for leaving more frequently than they cited the state’s soaring housing costs.”

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      1. Hmmm. Maybe a self-solving problem.

        Consistent with the libtards’ total ignorance of Maths and Logic, those 50 percent leaving the state are likely the ones paying for the libtards’ profligacy. So, when they leave, Kalifornistan will collapse. And the SJW-snowflakes will find themselves bereft of Mommy and her basement…

        Probably the other half of CA’s registered voters (the remainers, to coin a phrase 🙂 ) comprises illegals and on-the-take socialists…

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  8. For those of you who read my post yesterday regarding Lee Smith, you may remember that I first found his work on “Tablet”. I also related that i first started reading Tablet because of its wonderful stories about Jewish food and the centuries of culture that surround its many iterations.

    Today I received the most current edition and, lo and behold, I was treated to a dissertation on “rolled beef” – something I had never heard of now am on a mission to find and sample. I thought y’all would enjoy this as much as I did.

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      1. Obviously you have no experience with the wonders that Jewish delis produce in the area of sandwich meats. I have been to many in many places. Not once have I been disappointed. Your comment would cause immediate shunning.

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  9. I actually did not like the “gifted and talented” programs on a lot of levels. I was only in public school two years, but those people were snobby brats who tested well, not necessarily gifted or talented. They were just over competitive. Frequently only children or one of two who got a tremendous amount of parental attention. I liked HS better where we were put in the appropriate math section and then moved around for everything else after freshman year. But, then, most of us were one of several kids, and we were on our own for being competitive, except for the valedictorian. But, she’s an over-achiever on a lot of levels.

    That being said, if the gifted and talented classes and sections are removed from public school there will be a mass exodus to private opportunities. Competitive parents will not have it any other way.

    From the article:

    Activist administrators and teachers in public schools are trying to deny students accelerated learning opportunities under the claim that they will close demographic-based achievement gaps and make education more fair for children.

    A national debate has arisen with the recent recommendations of New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio’s School Diversity Advisory Group to end gifted and talented education.

    What was once seen as Republican concern for freedom in education, has now gained steam and has frightened even Democrat parents that the public school system has gone too far.

    The latest intrusion into children’s education with the move to end Honor’s and Gifted classes does not have parental approval.

    Over the demands of many parents to offer a more competitive standard for their children, activist lawmakers and school personnel are forging ahead with their plans to diminish public school instruction with new social justice frameworks. They are true activists.

    “We are very dependent upon local policymakers to ensure that gifted children are recognized & served,” said Sally Krisel, a parent of a gifted student.

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    1. “What was once seen as Republican concern for freedom in education, has now gained steam and has frightened even Democrat parents that the public school system has gone too far.”

      I’ll believe that (Dems think has gone too far) when I see it.

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        1. G&T programs are again well-intended programs ruined by Democrats. I could spend 3 pages on why they are essential to a thriving capitalist economy and why they promote a much happier workforce. “Social justice” cannot accommodate rational assessment of talent and skill sets because it is “mean”. Thus we have a society that walks on eggshells and rewards gender and color not achievement and skill.

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          1. After I started thinking about it, I know I was tested to get into the program, and missed by “that much”. The tests favored the way public schools were set up, and I didn’t grow up in that environment. And we weren’t tested again the next year.

            The brats that were part of that program made my life miserable. Nasty people.

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          2. I guess what I don’t like about it, is – like the hazing ritual known as getting a PhD – is the constant praise of “you are special” “you are not one of ‘them'” “you are GIFTED”. That does NOT instill humility or modesty, and it invites the person being groomed to be a user of others.

            It’s not just academics. In the end, it’s about character, too.

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    2. School policies for admittance to gifted programs vary from school to school and district to district, at least it did when mine were in school. I had one who was recommended because of test scores, but didn’t fit the parameters desired by the teachers. I had another who tested for it in a different district, but didn’t score high enough on the test they were using. The school would not tell me which test they were using and made it very clear that was the only criteria they would accept for consideration of acceptance into the program. Same child tested 165 + IQ going into the Marines.

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    1. Wait……wut? The case against him was dismissed after the medic with legal immunity admitted to killing the crapweasel. How did he receive a reduction in rank???

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        1. If I were POTUS I would order whomever was responsible to hold a formal, public ceremony restoring his rank along with a public statement of apology. If they objected I would be pleased to accept his/her resignation effective immediately.

          POTUS has to think like a CiC, not that he doesn’t.

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    1. Funny. Somebody just launched a Kickstarter campaign under the “games” category called EDNKH (Epstein Did Not Kill Himself). It’s a 3 player game in which for $2 they will ship you three quality playing cards on the face of which is printed Epstein Did Not Kill Himself. Each player is to find the most random place to secretly place his card…i.e. the deck of cards at the local pub, or the deck of cards at the in-laws, the dormitory…you get the idea…so someone will stumble upon it at some point in the future.

      I’m guessing that it’s a play once and your done game…good luck getting those cards back. They claim they want to raise awareness about the case and prevent it from being swept under the rug.

      There is a solitaire mode to the game where you get to place all three cards yourself. Hooray!

      Not bad for $2…although they didn’t mention how much shipping cost (they’re based in the UK).

      Nowadays you could take this idea and have your own cards printed.

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  10. Now that the rally is over….

    Found out today that the oldest dog I’ve had the pleasure of dog sitting crossed the rainbow bridge over the weekend. He was 15 and on borrowed time, but still, I spent a week with him earlier in the year. He was the reason why I crossed the Mississippi River FIVE TIMES the day of the Blues Stanley Cup parade. Poor guy.

    And, please keep some members of my extended family in your prayers. I had to tell my mother someone dear to her and one of her closest cousins has ALS, and it’s moving fast. It is NOT my mother, but a different beloved member of the family. Thanks.

    Now, if the skin infection on our cute and charming tyrant “Ying” would kindly clear up.

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    1. 🙏 for all concerned. I’m sorry about the loss of the dog, as well as the ALS diagnosis and your mother’s grief. Also hope “Ying” gets better. Sometimes it seems everything happens at once.

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  11. I’d lay some serious money she couldn’t even swim the channel,let alone the North Atlantic…especially this time of year. Hypothermia would be the least of her issues.

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    1. Yeah, They’d be too busy flying all over the world collecting money for their Biden Foundation variant and with visiting national and international companies to get on the Boards of Directors.

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