Dear KMAG: 20191122 Open Topic

This THANKFUL NOVEMBER [1122] 33 CHEERS FOR DAUGHN FRIDAY 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.

However, we have a new policy. Starting 20191110. Keep it SOMEWHAT civil.

We have a new board – actually a new SITE – called The U Tree – where people can take each other to the woodshed without fear of censorship or moderation. NOT HERE.

This board will remain a REFUGE for those who need civility, either some or all of the time.

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.

I would like to start off by thanking our awesome DAUGHN for all of the coverage of the impeachment saga this week, and many other amazing posts. She is plum tuckered out, I have no doubt, so I’m doing this one for her!

This is our BEST WEEK EVER, despite all the hubbub and despite significant posting moving over to the U Tree. I credit DAUGHN and DEP PAT with drawing in the crowd, not to mention of course FLEP’S ROUNDUPS, which bring in huge numbers of newsreaders (I could call them lurkers, but that’s not giving credit where credit is due. FLEP IS THE NEWS NOW.

Bravo also to bakocarl taking over the Sunday slot and doing an amazing job on that first post! And I have to say somewhat selfishly that I am enjoying chatting with T3 on the boards now, so it’s a win-win IMO. We are gonna do some amazing things out in the trenches.

Thanks also to Wheatie for those “Wheatie Trees” that I quite frankly need to get by. After a rough week, there is nothing better.

Let me not forget Trumpismine, who is now doing wonderful “pre-Daughn” posts that have made my life SO MUCH EASIER – yeah – talk about thankful! I AM!!!

And thanks to all of YOU for being here. Your support, patience, kindness, CIVILITY, and amazing news contributions are appreciated. You folks BRING THE NEWS, and – truly – WE ARE THE NEWS NOW.

Today is also a special day. Exactly 56 years ago today, a great President – JFK – was taken from us in a cowardly crime.

The victim was then lauded by his own killers, while the fake news media likewise pretended to honor him. The fake news media obfuscated the crime, by pooh-poohing all fruitful theories of the assassination, hiding responsibility and aiding the culprits. Any mention of the Soviets or communists was met with scare tactics, which easily played into previous “duck and cover” nuclear war exercises and prior media fear-mongering on behalf of the Soviets and the American communist infiltration. Any mention of the CIA or domestic government operations was met with derision and disbelief. The fake news media made SURE that the crime was never solved.

It’s rather amazing what 56 years will do.


I have found the JFK assassination a key milestone in uncovering the history of the fake news, and the extent of communist infiltration throughout the 20th century.


As the FAKE NEWS MEDIA falls apart on 11/22/19, let me say THIS…..




911 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20191122 Open Topic

  1. Ditto everything Wolf said. All of you daily posters do a terrific job.

    And as a reward…in addition to all of that scrumptious pie you’ll no doubt be digging into…LET THE DEEP STATE PERP WALKS BEGIN!

    Coming soon to a traitor near you:

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      1. Yeah, Preet bleeting was a site to see. Interesting that he’d come out for this particular leak when so many pundits are not only downplaying the status of the leaker but also dampening expectations for the IG report. Preet is either a fake fake newser trying to incite moar fake news or this is a Big F’ing Deal.

        Only time will tell!

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    1. Awesome POST Wolfie… this time of the year always brings memories of that tragic day for our Nation.

      A president assassinated. No matter your politics, it was horrific for our Country.

      And to think the same party, the Democrats, through their ‘shampeachment’ have tried to bring such a tragedy

      again ……………………. in an attempt to cover their multiple treasonous actions.

      They have failed… thanks be to God and our Patriots, led by our VSG President Donald J. Trump.

      We are moving into a different phase now, wherein we ‘bring the pain’ as Q has defined the “Storm” to come.

      It Will BE……………….. Biblical.

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      1. I sweated bullets for eight years hoping no one would assassinate Obola.

        I wouldn’t have missed him, but we would never, ever, have heard the end of it.

        Our grandchildren’s grandchildren would never have heard the end of it.

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  2. And a toast to Patrick Henry Censored!

    I made PHC a promise, that if I ever tired or faltered or wanted to give up in the defense of LIBERTY, that I would stop, remember him, and CARRY ON for his sake.

    Feel free to join me by making that same promise!

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    1. I promise.

      My earliest memory of politics was in 1964. My father despised LBJ and so put up giant 4 ft high letters on our roof…GOLDWATER. Spray painted them gold, and put spotlights on them for night time.

      One of my last moments with him was helping him fill out his ballot to vote for Trump. He passed away a few weeks after the election, and if I had $1 for every time I’ve said “Man, I wish Dad was alive to see/hear President Trump!” I’d have my mortgage paid off by now.

      I could share so many tidbits of wisdom my father instilled in me about our government and politics, he KNEW. He’d have LOVED Q, so I will carry on his legacy and never give up.

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      1. Katie – a bittersweet tale for sure 💖💖 Dad is tight-lipped about his votes, but I suspect he pulled the lever for Trump, not Hell-ery. I hope he lives long enough (94) to do so again.

        I promise to always honor PHC by stating true to my All-American pledges, values and traditions. #WWG1WGA

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        1. Ha…I had to look up who that was…He was the FF voice!….thanks for the trivia…it may come in handy one day down at the pub. I’m a HUGE Mel Blanc fan…the man was so talented.

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          1. Mel Blanc was just unreal. Fortunately, he is all over youtube — and I’ll just start you with one. But you can go galumphing around to all sorts of vids for hours.

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      1. I never missed an episode of the Rocky and Bullwinkle show before I had to run like hell to catch the school bus. I also noticed recently that somewhere around here Wolf posted a pic of Commander McBragg. Loved that show!

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      2. For a grown man, I have a mildly embarrassing amount of cthulhu clutter around the house. But, y’know, a bunch of people know me as cthulhu………

        But, then, there’s the Mr. Peabody stuff……..

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  3. Thank you, Wolfie and God Bless. I prefer CIVILITY and will always be here to review, be educated, chat and connect with all the dear people on this site….I also have terrible insomnia, as you can see. Oh, well…..By the way, yesterday, the 21st was my birthday! Yay for me! I remember, therefore, exactly how old I was and where I was when news of President Kennedy’s assassination was broadcast. I had just turned 12. I would bet that many readers here can also remember that day.

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      1. I was too young but my parents, in Australia, were shocked to the core. It was a seminal moment around the world. Bet you also remember the moon walk and what you were doing when the news Princess Di was killed came through

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        1. Ozzy – Yes – absolutely – and when Billie Jean King beat Bobby in the tennis match and Secretariat ran the Belmont in record time. Also, Robert Kennedy and Martin Luther King – all of those….Princess Di broke my heart.

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    1. I sure can. Since I was the newest worker at the office, I was tasked to picking up some lunches at a great dive near work It was a rollicking place with jukeboxes and all. I walked in to the most somber morgue like atmosphere ever with people crying. Then I saw the TV above the linch counter. I was stunned.

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    2. Wife, seven years old, Filipino in the Philippines, remembers the day. They did not have TV. Heard the news on radio and word of mouth.

      Me, eight years old second grade. Remember the day well.

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    3. Well, You OLD, with your new name…and all…LOL…but I recognize that picture!!! I was younger….but it was cemented into muh mind….and uncle, took me and my cousin, (his son) down there, a year or so after….and you could still see a giant paint marker of car location, and what we assumed were “police markings” (circle of red paint around the broken glass window, book depository window…..etc.

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      1. Big Mama – someone on the OT started using my previous name, so I shortened it to avoid confusion and I kinda like it. Easier to reply to, don’t ya think?? That must have been some trip….not particularly fun, I would imagine.

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        1. Someone started using YOUR name? POX on them!!! LOL! How nice to see ya friend! I be here lurking, and over at Marica’s!!!


          1. IKR??? As far as I know, I am the only Older/Wiser person around! LOL -it’s all good – they said they didn’t know. Told them I had been posting for the last 4 years with that moniker. I think the short one suits me now, actually!!! I am not as wise as I thought I was when I started this journey – so much to learn from everyone here, including you and Marica!

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  4. The dirty Dims and their diaper changers in the media poured so many accolades on these so called “witnesses” and their butt hurt feelings that I half expected them to start calling them all ‘austere religious scholars’.

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  5. Ummmm…..that’s startling…..

    I should note that “the other site” is Wolf’s other site — — where I’ve been dropping anecdotes about chemistry, civil engineering, and industrial arts, along with obscure Star Trek references. So it’s not like I’ve been straying very far.

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  6. PM has another THREAD – click tweet

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    1. Steven Setzer, the owner of aircraft charter company Strategic Moves, has been charged with enticing a child for indecent purposes, sexual exploitation of a minor & other related charges.

      Setzer’s bio includes service on Marine One under Bill Clinton.

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  7. Rudy says…”It will all be revealed soon.”

    Yes, please.

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  8. “Governor
    was supposed to have an event at Morehouse College tonight. An organizer with the college who planned the event told CNN that Patrick cancelled the event when he arrived and learned that he would not have an audience. (Note, two people came, not pictured)”

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      1. I think it is a combination of a couple of things.

        1) Young Black Americans are waking up! Candice Owens, Terrence Williams and others are showing them how they have been USED by the Dem establishment as nothing but votes.

        2) The last Dem debate got about 6.5 million watchers. Do you think nobody cares? I do.

        3) Democrat voters are not completely stupid. They can see the handwriting on the wall. They know Trump will win in 2020. Why even bother to show up?

        That’s my take, anyway.

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    1. Dear heart…..never apologize. You can swear once in a while, but don’t apologize.

      It’s also nice to see you out here in commenter-land. You are looking glorious today!

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      1. ^^^ Yea. There is no way I could have watched and listened to the hearings. Just as I cannot stomach D-rat “debates”.

        These threads are incredibly informative, AND fun.

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  9. 9h
    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    For @DuaneCates

    You wrote, “The GOP is becoming APOPLECTIC with rage at how Schiff is running the Hearing.
    It’s worse than I’d ever imagined.
    One SURE FIRE WAY to get those R Designated Rascals to back Trump is for the Dems to ignore/slight them like this.”


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Do you know who George W. Bush most admired?

    Ted Kennedy.

    And who was the first person to accuse Bush of lying about the reasons to go to war in Iraq?

    Ted Kennedy.

    Bush fell to pieces at the betrayal. He never recovered.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    Trump understands that people like Kennedy are toxic.

    Kennedy loved Chappaquiddick jokes.
    Man, those Chappaquiddick jokes are hilarious – Victory Girls Blog
    Victory Girls Blog


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    And Kennedy THANKED the Spanish ambassador for Spain’s support in the Iraq war.

    The war that Kennedy said was based on lies.
    Barcepundit (English edition)


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    People like Ted Kennedy are not worth engaging.

    But George W. Bush suffered a broken heart when the undisguised snake ACTED like a snake and bit.

    Bush was an idiot to imagine that Kennedy was anything but a machine politician. Kennedy had screwed Americans too many times to count.


    Thomas Wictor @ThomasWic

    But GWB was in love, so he let Kennedy set him up.

    Trump understood that he needed to break the bond between Republicans and Democrats, and the best way to do it was to create a situation in which the Democrats would treat the Republicans with total PERSONAL contempt.

    And it worked!


    Thomas Wictor

    All the masks have dropped.

    We’re seeing politicians as they really are.

    “Trump bribed the Ukrainians by threatening to withhold aid!”

    Republicans are saying, “But that’s retarded.”

    And Democrats respond with, “I HATE YOU!”

    Trump orchestrated it all. Have no doubt.

    And that’s why he’s going to cruise to reelection.


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    1. One of the comments on the Kennedy joking about Chappaquiddick ….

      Ragno says:
      August 31, 2009 at 8:49 pm
      If morons can keep oohing and ahhing over Camelot, then the rest of us should certainly be allowed to talk about the Lady in the Lake.

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              1. … true, and let’s hope he did ..

                2 Peter 3:8-9
                8 Moreover, dear friends, do not ignore this: with the Lord, one day is like a thousand years and a thousand years like one day[a] 9 The Lord is not slow in keeping his promise, as some people think of slowness; on the contrary, he is patient with you; for it is not his purpose that anyone should be destroyed, but that everyone should turn from his sins.

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              2. Eh, no, I have a problem with that.

                The man was evil his whole life and caused untold misery…and he could get out of going to hell if he changed his mind at the last second?

                Yet someone else who has done little, gets to go to hell just because he DIDN’T ever accept Jesus?

                That’s INjustice.

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              3. Man is a fallen creature from Eden forward

                .. Romans 3:23
                23 for all have sinned and fall short of the glory of God,

                Romans 3:24
                24 being justified as a gift by His grace through the redemption which is in Christ Jesus;

                “Faith in Christ is voluntary. A person cannot be coerced, bribed, or tricked into trusting Jesus. God will not force His way into your life. The Holy Spirit will do everything possible to disturb you, draw you, love you—but finally it is your personal decision.”
                ― Billy Graham, Billy Graham in Quotes

                You are not responsible for how people respond to the truth of the gospel. Your responsibility is to give the truth. It’s God’s responsibility to lead them to believe it. Chuck Swindoll


              1. Since I know that you are a committed Christian, I think you must have misunderstood me, or you’d not be applauding my conclusion (or third possibility, that you and I don’t understand Christianity the same way).

                I’m stating, flat out, that having someone go to heaven rather than hell, simply because they reached a state of grace at the moment of death, and without regard for the huge amounts of evil and suffering they may have caused, is UNJUST AS CAN BE. Yet so far as I can figure out, that is exactly what (most if not all) Christians believe can, and SHOULD, happen under those circumstances.

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              2. This is a very interesting conundrum, and IMO leads to interesting implications about HOW God could possibly resolve such things, what the nature of “heaven” actually is, etc. There are some hints in Christ’s statements about heaven and who gets in, and he uses very interesting metaphors in this regard.

                IMO, the “faith” that people then implement in this respect is a sliding scale between simply accepting, and coming up with some kind of personal gnostic interpretation of scripture that leaves one momentarily satisfied. I’m more in the latter camp.

                To state my thinking as a discrete example based on a loose metaphor, the hardy sinner who repents at the last second in the portions of the multiverse WE experience has a long journey ahead in the portions THEY experience. Another way of saying that I trust Christ’s “rich man paradox” is, in fact, resolvable, but not necessarily in ways that WE might see it unfold.

                Is that a cop-out? Maybe. But I believe that peace and justice are attainable, and increasingly so in the universe that I am experiencing and have experienced. Indeed, the rather strange way that this universe gives me – OVER AND OVER – the opportunity to more easily confess my sins and resolve them, seems a bit like a gentle hint at what is both possible and – in my experience – REAL.

                I choose to follow Christ without condition on who or what he is, no matter what others may choose, or require for Christianity as they define it. I have found it to be an extremely fruitful approach to satisfaction with what little I know about the otherwise unknown. He is my pointer to the Word of God.

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              3. Thank you Steve. I believe I understand your vehement objection perfectly well.

                I applaud your view because it shows that you have a stronger grasp of the outrageous nature of the doctrine of grace than 99.99% of those adhering to the tenants of Christianity.

                For myself, it would seem that one must accept the complete depravity of all humans (the heart being desperately wicked, as written in Jeremiah), and in the complete goodness of God (willing that no man should perish), before you could even start to accept such a doctrine.

                The Catholic teaching on purgatory to some degree may be more comforting to those that viscerally reject the idea of a “free pass’ given for a death bed confession.

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              4. From what I’ve seen, atheists in predominantly-Christian areas fall into two camps:

                The ones who want it to be true: In many cases these are former Christians who lost their faith, and lost any ability to believe in the existence of a god. They found Christianity greatly comforting, but simply cannot believe it is true any more. They wish they could, but they can’t.

                Most atheists who were never Christians look at issues such as I raised, and say, “Because of things like this, I don’t even want it to be true.”

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              5. Years ago I knew a man that thought it would be great sport to use reason to talk me out of being a Christian. He had the highest IQ of anyone I’ve ever met.

                And he spent his childhood desperately praying to God to invade the disfunction that was his family life. Which means he had a personal experience of disappointment coloring his perspective.

                He would pose hard questions. I would offer the best answers I could come up with. But one day I said something that changed his mind. I don’t remember the exact words. In the moment, my words carried a genuineness that would not translate well online but it opened him up to the idea that there could be some “there” there, after all.

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  10. Rep. Steven Smith 🇺🇸
    GOP Leader Drops BOMB on Schiff – Points to Committee Rule that Must Allow Republicans Day to Call Witnesses – Dems Forgot to Strike This in their Crooked Plot to Remove Trump via

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  11. 1h
    Heshmat Alavi @HeshmatAlavi
    Newly obtained footage
    Shiraz, south-central #Iran
    (Exact date unknown)
    Footage shows the vast scope of protests and unrest. More reason why the mullahs’ do not dare restore internet access.

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  12. 1h
    Heshmat Alavi @HeshmatAlavi
    Interesting to see people from Africa taking part in the mullahs’ pro-regime rally in Isfahan.

    Rally by the people of Isfahan following recent events
    November 21, 2019

    My take:

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  13. 2h
    Heshmat Alavi @HeshmatAlavi
    Newly obtained video
    Nov 21 – Bushehr, SW #Iran
    Regime-linked bank set ablaze by protesters.

    #IranProtests in 165 cities/towns
    Death toll: 251
    Injured: at least 3,700
    Arrests: at least 7,000
    76 banks torched in Shiraz alone

    These numbers are confirmed; reports indicate stats are much higher.

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  14. “New report released today shows that @JoeBiden stole $140million from the federal treasury—transferred the money to Rosemont Seneca, purportedly for bank bailouts, and then to his personal account in the Caymans.
    #BidenCorruption #BidenCrimeFamily @senatemajldr @GOPLeader @OANN “

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  15. “BREAKING: Attorney General William Barr revealed Thursday he’d be willing to take the administration’s fight to restart federal executions to the Supreme Court if necessary – FOX News”

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    1. Bennie is too young to recognize he’s caught in an echo chamber.

      Methinks controlled opposition needed young, reasonably good looking talking heads to deliver the message that the Bill Kristols were not articulating all that well, so Bennie, Katie Pavlich, Guy Benson and a few others were developed to replace the old guard and deliver what the cabal wants the people to think what conservatism, really American psyche stuff, is supposed to be (but isn’t).

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      1. Extremely well said.

        My take on the Ben breakdown is this:

        One of the side-benefits of DIVISION MANIPULATION is that all groups (even “whites”, TBH) get certain gains of untouchability or “positive psychological aspects of stereotyping” or even “benevolent mythos”. Notice that even WHITES get this in “knock-out game” antics – THAT took me a while to see. If BOTH SIDES feel righteous victimhood, both sides feel COMFORTABLE being DOWN.

        People have all accepted this easy chump change of group virtue to jingle in their pockets, having LOST the big money of individual freedom, respect and responsibility. Having to WORK to be called a mensch by all is unfamiliar.

        Ben is not taking the new world well. But the new world will ACTUALLY make the really rank antisemitism go away, if the PAST is any indication of the future.

        Notice with that meme Ben tweeted, how he acts to ENFORCE THE OLD ORDER. Fascinating as hell. He is unconsciously supporting the old world of division.

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  16. FBI employees getting busted for altering documents directly affects Gen Flynn’s case.

    ———— From the article:

    FBI Agents Manipulated Flynn 302 Interview. His Case Must Be Dismissed. It Was A Setup.

    The tide is turning for former National Security Advisor Army Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn and if his attorney has her way the entire case will be thrown out. It should be.

    His attorney, Sidney Powell, is doing what should have been done since he first sought an attorney for his defense — Fight for her client.

    His indictment was one of the most egregious and most apparent set-ups that occurred during the FBI’s now debunked and extremely flawed probe into President Trump’s campaign and Russia.

    Flynn is and was a victim of the FBI’s malfeasance. The bureau’s malfeasance, unfortunately, played into a much larger scheme by former senior Obama Administration officials and supporters of former presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. They weaponized the intelligence community and distorted the power of the Justice Department in an attempt to remove Trump from office and rattle his administration. More accurately, it was and is a ‘soft coup’ by those who hated Trump more than they respected the Constitution they swore to defend.

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  17. Good news for Covington student, Nick Sandmann.

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    1. I just had to post this, I hope this brave young man wins all of the suits. I believe as shown by his fortitude any money will directed to good causes, and some treats for him, his family, fellow students and school. God bless him ..


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  18. We will never know the whole truth.

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    1. Look at the photograph above. There were maybe a dozen motorcycles. Think of the noise, backfires, etc. of all those 1963 engines. And the noise of the crowd. It would be hard to hear any gunshot/s.

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  19. seeing headlines that SONDLAND’S testimony is putting Dem’s impeachment wishes OVER THE TOP!
    what the heck were these idiots watching I wonder?
    not posting any of the dribble here, cuz frankly if they can’t get the headlines right, what hope is there for the rest of the article?

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    1. Elise represents NY-21 which is the district that stretches above Syracuse, above Albany, through the Adirondacks all the way up to the Canadian border closest to Montreal. The St Lawrence seaway is in Elise’s district which has become a flooding problem downstream to my area.

      Her 2020 opponent is Tedra Cobb (so far…filing deadline is still a few months away). She is a former corrections officer who has served 8 years in the St Lawrence County legislature. I suspect Tedra will get money from people pissed off at Elise’s role in the impeachment inquiry hearings.

      Trump won her district 54% to 40% in 2016.,_2020

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      1. The flooding is a major problem for the area I live in (literally within 200 yards). Elise has been non-existent on this. Not a fan of hers but the alternative is remarkably worse.

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        1. Ugh! Sorry to hear that, Ed. It is why I HATE giving money to any candidate, although I donated $25 to Elise last night solely on her Impeachment performance, and knowing that every candidate becomes beholden to a Big Club puppet master who is never We, the People. We know too much not to be skeptical/cynical about every politician!

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