20191115: Dear KMAG Open Thread

Welcome to the Open Thread!!!!!! Open Thread is very 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!).

I know, I know, it’s not even Thanksgiving yet, but the WH Official Christmas Ornament is out and it’s a copy of Marine One! Completely different than anything else. Love it.

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 in the January 1st open thread. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven.



Fellow tree dweller Wheatie gave us some good reminders on the basics:

  • No food fights.
  • No running with scissors.
  • If you bring snacks, bring enough for everyone.
  • Aubergine’s Razor!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Brad Parscale is our beloved Campaign Manager and he is rewriting the rules.

So, Good Morning to all, I wish you bacon, coffee, and pancakes, all together. Sure wish I would have known about this one when the kids were little.

We still have to get through Thanksgiving, silly hearings in the House, The OIG REPORT (hopefully) and a lot of relatives. Here’s some soothing music.

321 thoughts on “20191115: Dear KMAG Open Thread

        1. We serve a LOT of pancakes at the B&B. Had a surgeon and his staff in for a big face transplant of a local fireman. They were from Sloan Kettering in Manhattan. For a week they called me with stupid request for yogurt, granola, fresh fruit……. cause they thought we might not have those things in Mississippi.
          Well, we had all their requests, and one guy, the camera man for ABC, decided he wanted a regular breakfast. I made him our blueberry pancakes, bacon, eggs, coffee, and juice. The aroma knocked the others dead flat, and one by one, they requested regular breakfasts.
          After it was all over…. everyone full and happy…
          Surgeon said to me, “How DO you get the edges of those pancakes so crispy?”
          Me to surgeon: “Butter…..”
          He nodded.

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  1. Dan Bongino is starting a new weekly interview program separate from his usual show starting tomorrow…his first guest?…President Donald J.Trump! Congratulations Dan! This should be a good one…Dan is closely familiar with the nitty gritty details of this Democrat/Media coup attempt.

    Unfortunately I’ve been unable to pin down the time of the interview or where it can be found. He mentioned it at the beginning of yesterdays show but I can find no mention of it on his website.

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    1. Yesterday Bongino said it would air in the afternoon, but he didn’t give a time. He said his normal podcast would happen as usual, or maybe a little earlier. I expect it to be shown on his Youtube channel, or found on his internet site. Not sure. Hannity mentioned that he will play part of the interview on his show Friday night.

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  2. Simpler Times

    We’re all surrounded by tangled webs,
    The media, Pols, our assorted celebs
    All spouting nonsense from twisted minds,
    But goodness and truth they just can’t find.

    Our days turn dark, foggy and drear;
    Our minds cluttered with doubts and fears.
    What’s right is called wrong, and wrong called right,
    Our country thrives, but still plagued with blight.

    Many of us yearn for simpler times
    With much less strife and much less crime.
    The line of truth was sharp, not blurred,
    And your handshake meant you gave your word.

    We walked to school, was only a mile,
    And white socks and blue jeans passed for style.
    We didn’t lock our doors at night,
    And the days went by and felt so right.

    But worldly things just kept creeping in,
    ‘Til God and country were both has beens.
    Sanctity of life, now taken away,
    While nonsense and lies rule our days.

    Such is the life the world will bring
    When we stop thinking of heavenly things;
    As our thoughts stray from God above,
    From peace and joy and grace and love.

    For me and mine, our choice is clear:
    God is with us – He’s always near.
    We will rejoice and be glad today,
    For this is the day the Lord has made.

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      1. Heh. Cheers with a $4/6-pack Trader Joe’s beer. Just had one myself about 5 minutes ago — I use ’em as “spacers” between IPAs and specialty brews.

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    1. In Close Encounters, the recurring motif is D – E – C – C [octave down] – G [between the C’s]. That wouldn’t fit the message “Epstein didn’t kill himself”.

      But it would fit, “Epstein isn’t dead”. And with the lack of DNA testing in the autopsy……

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  3. Ooohhh I love the Marine One chopper ornament, Daughn!! Will look great ‘hovering’ on a Christmas Tree branch. Now I’m salivating in anticipation of Melania’s decorations for Christmas. The White House has been the scene of beauty and patriotism during her tenure as First Lady.

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  4. Does anyone find it strange that the drawing (see PM tweet) has a note at the middle of bottom that references “Vegas Casino Type” cameras???

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    1. Interesting. Las vegas is a Wonderland. The killer(s) shot through mirrored glass windows. Are Vegas casino type security cameras any different from other security cameras? That is odd.

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    2. I will check this out, but FIRST, I need to know something.

      Can anybody here see Tweet number (1) in this series? Here is number 2, which interestingly shows a 1 in the tab text.

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          1. Yeah…it says “This Tweet is unavailable”.

            Not ‘This Tweet does not exist’ like it does when a tweet has been deleted.

            Isn’t that an admission that that they are blocking it?

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            1. This is at least the third of these accounts to be messed with wither directly or things happening offline to make them go down. BurnedSpy34 was doxxed. EyetheSpy claims to be the subject of a DoJ investigation on child porn that he claims is bogus as he was collecting information on an internet child pron ring. And now this.

              Methinks the tactics from the deep state have shifted.

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    3. As an innocuous side note that you can assuredly avoid, the Sumerian picture is of Inanna goddess of love and war. Of whom there are many mythical writings/poems of. Shares one from Enheduanna, written appox 2300BC it being rather dramatic: http://www.gatewaystobabylon.com/myths/texts/inanna/inannaebih.htm (note-picture at top of the page is in dispute. Some say that is Lililth a separate minor figure in Sumerian literature. So don’t get too alarmed about the pair of owls.)

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    1. That’s beautiful, jamcooker. Something interesting on that page is this: “This passage inscribed in the middle panel is commonly read by the United States military before going to battle.” That might explain why Q has repeatedly posted that passage.

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    2. That is a lovely ornament, jamcooker, I love the spiritual power that comes from the Full Armor of God verses.

      I bought an Armor of God coin (similar to military coins) for my teen grandson last Christmas. Teens can be difficult to ‘read’ and ‘reach’, and I always want Jack to understand he is never alone if he chooses to lean on our Holy Spirit. It gives me abundant daily strength and Peace to constantly stay in touch with our Lord.

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    1. Since taking office, President Trump has been steadily undoing what Øbominable (and Bush and Clinton) did to our military!

      “I will never forgive Øbama for what he did to our military.” – PDJT

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        1. That’s just my affectation – partly because of Øbama’s signature which features the O struck through and partly because the Ø symbol is less than or not zero.

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          1. Yep. Null. As in Null and VOID…

            Øbozo was void because he’s not an American, either in fact or intent…

            (And in between the cobwebs of my mind, the Swedish Chef is going Børk Børk Børk )…

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    2. “decried by some military justice experts for what they see as a subversion of the legal process.”

      Naturally, PTrump’s possible future action is being set up by the WP as a subversion of the military’s legal process when, in fact, the legal process probabably worked as it should (but perhaps not), resulting in a determination that military procedures, orders or law were broken and a penalty assessed.

      PTrump is saying, in effect, not necessarily that the military reached the wrong decision, but that the facts of the case show the President that clemency or pardon is warranted.

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      1. In computer science we call a term that is used to refer to multiple things “overloaded.” Seems that Project Looking Glass is a HEAVILY overloaded term.


  5. Apropos of nothing in particular, I completed my November CPE for my CPA earlier tonight. I have two more hours in December, and then on into 2020. The worst bit was yet another set of rules for Variable Interest Entities — in other words, “Enron accounting”. I’ve had to learn the rules under FIN 46R, ASU 2014-07, and now ASU 2018-17. I now know three separate sets of rules for garbage, only one of which is current. And this last set smells so bad that I suspect it will be replaced in short order.

    Mind you, the normal reaction when someone starts talking about Enron-style accounting is to run in the other direction. I have never had to deal with any of this effluent, and would strongly consider resignation before I would.

    This third method has a full chapter on what degrees of consanguity merit application of various rules. “Ambiguity exists in instances in which other family members own more than 50% of two entities. For example, an uncle may own 100% of Company A and that uncle’s niece or nephew owns 100% of Company B. Or, a grandfather owns 100% of Company A and the grandson owns 100% of Company B. In these instances, EITF 02-5 offers no guidance.”

    FIN 46R was issued in 2003. We are now at the THIRD bite at this particular poisonous apple, and it very much seems that The Powers That Be (like the Bourbons) have “learned nothing and forgotten nothing.”

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      1. ..my money says without a full-blown professional , controlled waterboarding session , we won’t see a cry .
        ..she will do her best not to expose her dogma
        we won’t see much more than the fake (for TV) 6 yr old 2-door ford cry/ whimper.. if that .
        she’s a true believer in her indoctrination. probably schooled/ trained to evade since childhood .
        It will take a Pro, and shifty will be banging his gavel for SILENCE !!.. at her first sign of a tremble.

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          1. ..yes theatrics , tremble ? doubt it. I think she’s a hard-core believer ,believes DS will give her cover of consequence… , so never mind the unmasking’s back in the states .
            Just part of her job .

            She may FAKE the revelation what she did was wrong ,illegal , but they ALL do that . Mamet vs Aubergines razor .

            Radcliffe will be the one to lay bare her guile .jmho.
            shiffty’s gavel fire select lever will be on full auto , before the smoke clears HE may start to cry. .

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  6. Love the little Marine One ornament, Daughn!
    So cute!
    It even has a little wreath on the nose. 😄

    Pancake Coated Bacon Strips <— Brilliant!
    Yum. 😋🤤
    Gonna have to make some of those.

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    1. I’m wondering if they come out as good as they look.

      Funny story. I had a picture of regular ice cream cones, filled and cooked with cake batter. They puff up at the top. Frost them in white icing and then drizzle black to make spider webs.
      Son thought that was the coolest thing he had ever seen.
      Okay fine.
      We were catering that day at a big Baptist church, so I was using their ovens, went in a little early to whip out the spider web ice cream cones for the school party.
      It took me NINE batches of Betty Crocker Cake Mix to get 26 perfect cones.
      Moms will do anything…..
      That was a rough one.

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    1. This really is un-f’ing-believable. Wolfie’s thread yesterday was a real eye opener. All these years of suppressing US exploration & use of oil & clean coal with massive taxpayer subsidies to faux greenie wind mills & solar while the corruptocrats facilitate the energy production in Ukraine?

      Something stinks and it ain’t the cow farts.

      How Dare They !!

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    1. oooops…out of order…here’s the first part of that tweet

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  7. Trollin…trollin…trollin….like his dad…

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  8. Senate Committee–Homeland Security–showing some spine. looking at the Bidens, Schiff, Ciaramella in an oversight capacity–getting ahead of impeachment in the Senate…going on offense?

    Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) opened the door on Thursday to subpoenaing a cadre of top Republican targets as part of his panel’s oversight work.

    Pressed if he would issue subpoenas for House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.), former Vice President Biden or his son Hunter Biden or the whistleblower at the center of the impeachment inquiry, Johnson stressed that he was still trying to collect information.

    “I don’t really want to make news on your program because I’m working with Senator Grassley’s staff, but we’re having meetings in terms of what our next steps are,” Johnson told WSAU, a Wisconsin radio station on Thursday.

    “I’m not going to get out ahead of my skis here. …In order to bring in witnesses for questioning you want to lay the groundwork,” Johnson continued. “[A] subpoena is the last step in the process, you go through a multiple step process.”

    Asked by the talk radio host if he was willing to say that the Bidens, the whistleblower and Schiff would be subpoenaed “once he got to the bottom of all this,” Johnson added “unless they cooperate willingly, and that may happen.”

    “If not, yeah I have that subpoena power and I’m not afraid to use it,” he said.
    Asked if he was willing to say he would use it, Johnson added: “I will use it.”



  9. You never know what you might find.

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    1. Bwwhahhahhaaa, ………………….. AGAIN?????????????
      I left Miami in 1989 and Alcee Hastings was under investigation.
      It never ends with these people!!!!!!!!!!

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      1. Wasn’t Maxine Waters under ethics investigation years ago…what ever happened to that?
        It’s kind of like the naughty deeds slush fund for Congress…lots of talk about exposure and termination but never any follow up.
        They think we are stupid.

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  10. Conservative Party urges Electoral Commission to investigate Soros re interference in Remain campaign. This is important as our election is on December 12 and will largely revolve around the future of Brexit:

    From the Daily Mail article that Neon Nettle cited:


    ‘The billionaire financier known as “the man who broke the Bank of England” is facing a possible investigation into nearly £3 million that his foundation channelled into a campaign aimed at bringing down Boris Johnson.

    ‘Tories have called for an urgent Electoral Commission probe into George Soros’s American organisation after The Mail on Sunday discovered that it funnelled money into a campaign trying to block Brexit at the ballot box.

    ‘His New York-based Open Society Foundation sent the money to the pro-EU Best for Britain group via a London outpost, circumventing a ban on foreign donations to political organisations.

    ‘Best for Britain (BfB) has designed a website telling people how to vote tactically for Remain-backing candidates, which, if successful, would wipe out Mr Johnson’s hopes of a majority.

    ‘The development comes after Liberal Democrats, the Green Party and Plaid Cymru formed a “Unite To Remain” pact not to stand against each other in 60 seats, to give the best chance of a Remain candidate getting in.

    ‘BfB describes itself as a ‘fellow traveller’ with the alliance, which is expected to utilise its data …

    ‘Since 2017, BfB has received £2.7 million from Mr Soros’s foundation. The sums have been revealed in the accounts of the foundation’s London branch, which shares an office building in Westminster with other anti-Brexit organisations, including Open Britain and the European Movement.

    ‘Both of these groups have played a critical role in the People’s Vote campaign for a second referendum …

    ‘BfB’s tactical voting tool, GetVoting.org, predicts that if 30 per cent of pro-Remain voters use their vote in this way, it will prevent the Conservatives winning a majority, based on seat-by-seat analysis of 46,000 people across the UK …’

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          1. I totally agree . . . and here’s the detailed explanation:

            And since they did not see fit to acknowledge God, God gave them up to a debased mind to do what ought not to be done. They were filled with all manner of unrighteousness, evil, covetousness, malice. They are full of envy, murder, strife, deceit, maliciousness. They are gossips, slanderers, haters of God, insolent, haughty, boastful, inventors of evil, disobedient to parents, foolish, faithless, heartless, ruthless. Though they know God’s righteous decree that those who practice such things deserve to die, they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them.

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            1. Romans 1:28-32… 17-27 is good too, in particular v.22: “22 Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools”… could well be said of Schiff, Pelosi, and their crowd…


    1. It’s a sign of a failed, overpopulated country that didn’t voluntarily control its population and now has to resort to extreme measures to reduce the numbers of people. And the fact that culture is very heartless and frequently inhuman only adds to the misery there.

      There have been countless LiveLeak videos showing pedestrians getting run over and laying in the middle of a street as other pedestrians and motorists just travel right past without giving it a second thought. And then there’s their propensity to eat dogs as well as skin them alive for their fur tells me they are pretty much all monsters and not humans.


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  14. omg…my son posted just “Epstein didn’t kill himself” on Facebook. He never posts anything like that. Totally out of character.

    This thing resonates with the twentysomethings

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  15. PRIVATE_MESSAGE_TO_WOLF I would like to ask that you remove my very long post where I so foolishly bared my soul. If possible, I would also like the pic of my Mother’s painting removed, as well as the pic of my daughter on the beach – in fact, ANY pics I have posted of a personal nature. If the slug-who-is-lower-than-whale-shit starts his vile comments against my daughter? Well, it would not be pretty. I just might be tempted to make a trip to Oregon with my 380! (/s)

    Silly me! I got too comfortable here and trusted when I shouldn’t have. I am naive in that respect; I take people at face value and trust too easily – this has bitten me in the ass before. I have to keep in the forefront of my mind that this is a public forum.

    Thank you, Wolfie, and thank you for all you do in providing this forum and keeping us informed.


  16. This must have been written by a Florida native or some team from the SEC.

    Georgia became the 4th state on January 2nd, 1788, and its citizens commemorate this day each year by shooting British people with muskets.

    Contrary to popular myth, not everyone who lives in Georgia is a redneck. There’s plenty of toothless, moonshine-swilling hillbillies, too.

    Coca-Cola was invented in Columbus, Georgia, in 1886. The original formula has changed since then, and the drink no longer contains actual cocaine or the blood of virgins.

    “Georgia” is a Cherokee Indian word meaning, “Are those rednecks or hillbillies?”

    Despite the way natives pronounce the state’s name, “Jawjah” is NOT spelled with a W.
    Unlike the word “dawg”.

    Since it almost never snows in Georgia, children there spend winters having cotton ball fights.

    While having a cotton ball fight, it’s considered cheating to stuff a peach pit in the cotton.

    In Georgia, everything is made out of cotton. Except the peaches, which are made out of okra.

    Atlanta, Georgia, has the worst traffic of any city in the US, since every street in the city is named “Peachtree Road”.

    The last time it snowed in Georgia, the confused natives thought it was ash from the Yankees burning Atlanta again.

    The state motto of Georgia is “Wisdom, Justice, Moderation.”, which replaced the old motto of “Whiskey, Hookers, NASCAR.”

    In Georgia, every soft drink is referred to as “Coke”. Except for Pepsi, which is referred to as “Damn Yankee Poison”.

    After Jimmy Carter left the presidency in 1981, he returned to his home town of Plains, Georgia, and went on a bloody shooting rampage.
    Wait… I meant to type “worked for Habitat for Humanity”. Stupid autocorrect.

    The only way to get to Florida from Georgia is by sea, since the Georgia-Florida border is heavily defended by landmines and alligators.

    The Georgia Music Hall of Fame in Macon, Georgia, celebrates the careers of all the talented musicians who were born in Georgia, and is currently empty.

    They WERE going to put in a Ray Charles exhibit, but they figured there was no point, since he wouldn’t see it anyway.

    Saint Marys, Georgia, is the second-oldest city in the US, and will soon be moving to Florida to retire.
    If it can make it past the landmines and alligators, that is.

    The state fish of Georgia is the largemouth bass, which shouldn’t be confused with the much more common loudmouth drunk.

    The name of Georgia’s largest swamp, the Okefenokee, comes from a Shawnee Indian word meaning “I’d rather live in a swamp than eat okra”.

    Georgia was originally populated by settlers from England and drunk people from Alabama who couldn’t find their way home.

    The Governor’s mansion in Georgia is the only quadruple-wide trailer in America.

    Some people are offended by the fact that three Confederate leaders are carved into the side of Georgia’s Stone Mountain. Other people figure it’s ok, since the back ends of the horses point north.

    In Georgia, it’s considered ungentlemanly to stare at a woman’s breasts while talking to her.
    Unless she’s REALLY hot.

    In the year 2227, Dr. Leonard McCoy will be born in Atlanta, Georgia and will go on to become Chief Medical Officer of the USS Enterprise. If you already knew this, then you’re a pathetic nerd who will never kiss a girl.

    The most common cause of death in Georgia is getting murdered in a fight over the proper way to pronounce the word “pecan”.

    Georgia is the state most likely to be invaded by Jane Fonda and have its peanut oil stolen to power her tour bus.

    The official state prepared food of Georgia is grits, which consists of coarsely ground bits of corn and shouldn’t be confused with hog slop, which is made from coarsely ground bits of corn.

    Although Georgia is already America’s #1 grower of peanuts, farmers there are working to develop a “super-peanut” which will be twice as large and shoot laser beams out of its eyes.

    They hope to use it to stop Jane Fonda.


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