Dear KAG: 20200218 Open Thread

Welcome to the 15 minute, standing meeting Tuesday Daily thread. With all the winning going on, mood music calls for something less war-like. Time for some battle music:

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Fellow tree dweller Wheatie gave us some good reminders on the basics of civility in political discourse:

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


From the Book of St. James, Chapter 1:

Blessed is he who perseveres in temptation,
for when he has been proven he will receive the crown of life
that he promised to those who love him.
No one experiencing temptation should say,
“I am being tempted by God”;
for God is not subject to temptation to evil,
and he himself tempts no one.
Rather, each person is tempted when lured and enticed by his desire.
Then desire conceives and brings forth sin,
and when sin reaches maturity it gives birth to death.

Do not be deceived, my beloved brothers and sisters:
all good giving and every perfect gift is from above,
coming down from the Father of lights,
with whom there is no alteration or shadow caused by change.
He willed to give us birth by the word of truth
that we may be a kind of first fruits of his creatures.

As always, prayers for the fight against that which seeks to enslave us are welcome. Via con Dios.

733 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200218 Open Thread

  1. Update for all Q Treepers – been busy behind the scenes trying to keep up with our President.
    We headed for a WILD 7 days on the RollerCoaster.
    Threads are all lined up to drop on specific days.
    And the first one JUST DROPPED for this evening.

    Here is our schedule.

    —President leaves Tuesday for a fundraiser in Rancho Mirage, California at Larry Ellison’s house. It’s a big deal. Expected to raise about 10 million dollars.
    — MAGA RALLY Phoenix, AZ Wed, February 19, 2020 07:00 pm (MST)
    — President flies back to Vegas to spend the night.
    — Thursday Morning, President attends Graduation Ceremony for Prisoners in Vegas, signature program. If he can actually reduce the recidivism rate, it would be a major accomplishment.
    — President flies to Colorado Springs.
    — MAGA Rally Colorado Springs, CO Thu, February 20, 2020 05:00 pm (MST)
    — President flies back to Vegas to spend the night.
    — MAGA Rally Las Vegas, NV Fri, February 21, 2020 12:00 pm (PST)
    —- VP Pence gives a rally in Reno, 1:15pm.
    Fly back to DC or to Mar-A-Lago? Is Baron on spring break? Melania did not come back to the WH with President after the Daytona 500. Maybe they are still in Florida? No….. if you thought we were done, you were WRONG.
    After speaking at three rallies in three days in three states, with attending a California fundraiser and Las Vegas graduation speech,
    — Nope —— Trump will have one day to rest up before he heads to India for a two-day visit with Prime Minister Narendra Modi. (and Melania is going to India with him)

    We’re going to India, folks!

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    1. Thankfully – PDJT and FL Melania won’t be dressing up in India/Hindu garments for their trip to India.

      I bet Trudeau and family spend over 25K on all those silly costumes.

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    2. Wow, roller coaster ride is right! You have been busy, and it’s very much appreciated!

      I figured Melania went back to Mar-A-Lago as mid winter breaks are in most school schedules which can be anywhere from 3 to 5 days, depending on the school or school district. Seems to me that was started about 15 to 18 years ago. Being that our business was located at the corner of 3 different school districts and close to 2 additional districts, there was always variances for booking because of the different time off schedules.

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    3. Wow! My MAGA hat is off to this man and I’m running out of patience, not to mention politeness, to anyone that still degrades him. (Looking at you, foul-mouth, low IQ Rob Reiner!)

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    1. Assuming that is Bloomberg’s intent, what is his reward? Does he have ambitions to be Sec State or Ambassador to China? What position would be lucrative enough to a billionaire, aside from the Presidency? Clinton won’t be able to make him any taller.

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    2. Why would he spend billions for not being the candidate? Who will reimburse him I wonder. He doesn’t strike me as a wasteful financial genius so I am surprised he’d spend so much for not getting the nod. Must be some hefty accounting in the end for him to be the sacrificial money lamb. Maybe he’s a candidate for Pres. if the world globalists get their way. Mini Mike wants to be Emperor now does he? This is going to be one heck of a Democrat campaign, but then maybe that’s their plan all along. Who knows. I’m just waiting, watching and ignoring the msm.

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      1. If (in their wet dreams) Trump loses in November, Bloomberg and other Globalists will continue screwing over the ‘serfs’ and achieving their agenda… Bloomberg will be even richer… he doesn’t want the Oval Office. He wants $$ and power and fewer peeps on the planet.

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      2. Mike may want someone else to be President (whoever he names as his VP for example) but he cannot contribute unlimited amounts to that person’s campaign–there are laws. this way he can fully fund someone else’s Presidential bid with unlimited funds and after he “wins” fake a heart attack or something and let the VP have at it–classic bait and switch…LOL…it also bypasses those tricky campaign contribution laws…

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    1. This, along with Burisma & China, is prolly just the very tippy top of the corrupt Biden iceberg.

      Imagine what kind of deals Piglosi has.

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    1. Boston US Atty office has a long running feud with DC and SDNY.
      Be interesting to see if a war breaks out between the offices. WE would be the beneficiary.

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    2. Isn’t Omar under the same kind of investigation? Misuse of campaign funds? And AOC apparently misused hers too for helping her boyfriend get paid? Why aren’t these anti.American crooks getting arrested on federal charges like this guy.

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  2. I was on the radio this morning for our GOP. Me! Yep, same woman who got scared each and every phone call made in 2016.

    Well, I was Still Scared this morning…and I did mess up and stumble…but got ‘er done and didn’t mess up the whole thing.

    Now baking cookies for tonight as bigger turn out when we have food. Funny how that works!
    Growing into the job. Good meeting with another GOP regional leader yesterday – who I now is also a prayer warrior. She reminded me that God wouldn’t give me anything He didn’t want time to handle and nothing that He and I can’t handle together. What a blessing to me she was! Got my head on a little straighter and feeling less overwhelmed.

    Public speaking, leadership, RADIO! – not my comfort zone at all….gotta do it and get ‘er done. Drain our local swamps, get voters enthused, educated, involved and voting. Getting our elected leaders hear to speak and giving the voters a chance to learn and to voice their opinions to our elected leaders. Working hard to keep primaries fair.
    Civic/patriotic duty and a Need.

    prayers if you all time as I speak again and provide leadership and make progress for MAGA. not my comfort zone! And I have a lot of learning to do to do it well. But at least I am out here giving it my best shot for now

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      1. Magamom, that is so wonderful. Do you realize how many won’t even try to overcome their fears and insecurities, and you really shine. Congratulations. You are just what we need. Hugs.

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    1. Good job! Public speaking’s not easy to do unless you have a gift for it. It can be learned.

      All my children participated in 4 – H, and in order to show at fair, they were required to do a “demo”. It’s an informative speech, and topics are selected by the speech giver, which can range in ages from 7 to 19. They used to use posters (not note cards), but now use power point. Topics are to be age appropriate. I remember some of the older speakers had very interesting and thought provoking topics.

      They would have to give the speech in front of 2 judges, and if they qualified to compete at the county fair, they would either give it again to 2 judges or the very best were given as public speeches and judged in a more formal setting.

      BTW, if there’s a Toastmasters organization in your area, they do offer public speaking training sessions.

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    2. Just pretend you’re speaking to family. This works whether they like what you have to say or don’t.

      Phrases like “I’m sorry but I don’t speak idiot” In response to questions are optional. 😉

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  3. Martin Geddes
    Feb 17
    This is my summary of just a few of the stunning and scandalous claims in the Q drops. There is ample evidence that this information is being offered to the public by the Trump administration (under “plausible deniability”). The media refuses to investigate a Q-POTUS link. #QAnon

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    1. We need a new name for the spam bin. Hmmm.

      How about “the Naughty Room”?

      My post is trapped in the naughty room!

      Or maybe “Guantanamo”?

      My post is being illegally held in Guantanamo. Again!

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  4. What’s the biggest and most obvious thing that Soros might be able to be indicted for? The voting machines? It’s his biggest Achilles heel in my opinion. The voting machines that his company manufactures, programs and services provides a direct link. What if there’s documentation about that corruption? Maybe I’m dreaming, but I can sure hope!

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    1. This is from my notes years ago.

      Remember the Diebold voting machines with the back door that let votes be changed? Our town at least, went back to paper ballots.
      Voting Machine Manufacturer Diebold Charged Over Bribery, Fraud, And “Worldwide Pattern Of Criminal Conduct”

      THE REAL SCOOP ON DIEBOLD (links to several other articles)

      Very good article on the nuts and bolts of the voting machine and how fraud is committed:
      Inside A U.S. Election Vote Counting Program

      U.S. Elections: Will the Dead Vote and Voting Machines be Hacked?

      (Do not forget you can use the wayback machine to look at archived copies if the link is dead)

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      1. Yeah, but I think it would be easier to get him on stuff like voting machines, and money laundering. IF, and it’s a big IF, they could show deliberate manipulation of voting machines for the purpose of over throwing the government, I.e., sedition, I would settle for that.

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  5. For those who can access the History channel, there is a new 3-part series about George Washington. It is being shown today at 4:00 Eastern, and I think it lasts until a little after 10:00. It covers his early military service, his leadership during the Revolution, and his presidency.

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    1. Libs are triggered b/c ppl are saying DJT is best POTUS ever!

      I’ve seen it multiple places. NeverTrumpers talking about how great George Washington was as a President.

      Only Trump could trigger leftists so badly that they start talking publicly about how great a George Washington was!


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        1. I agree – last week they were trying to make him out to be an evil slaveowning landowner only interested in advancing his own property interests. Because yeah, that’s how history works…

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          1. I haven’t watch them in decades… since I have actually LIVED during the past 8 decades I can spot their revisions easily 😉 There are some perks to being old.

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          2. It’s not uncommon for apologists for the British to claim Washington only rebelled because King George had cut off settlement beyond the Appalachians, which somehow or other hurt GW’s stake in some investment or other.

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      1. “Only Trump could trigger leftists so badly that they start talking publicly about how great a George Washington was!”
        Right. I think the series is narrated by Jeff Daniels, who is blatantly anti-Trump. 😂

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  6. The Coronavirus COVID-19 Global Cases by Johns Hopkins CSSE site has finally updated US numbers to 29 from the previous 15.

    The additional 14 originally came to San Antonio’s Kelly Air Base (reports say Lackland AFB, but it was Kelly and they lay side by side.) early Monday morning, but then were shipped off to Omaha N.B. and are reported to being treated at the Nebraska Medical Center in Omaha.

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  7. Trump commutes sentence of ex-Illinois Gov. Blagojevich, pardons ex-NY police commissioner Kerik, ex-49ers owner DeBartolo — and Michael Milken

    * President Trump granted executive clemency to former Gov. Rod Blagojevich, ex-New York Police Commissioner Bernard Kerik and former football team owner Edward DeBartolo Jr.

    * Trump also announced that he had pardoned Michael Milken, the former junk bond king who became a face of the insider trading financial scandals of the 1980s.

    * In all, Trump granted some form of executive clemency to 11 individuals Tuesday, according to the White House.

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    1. President Trump pardons former 49ers owner Edward DeBartolo Jr.

      WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump has pardoned Edward DeBartolo Jr., the former San Francisco 49ers owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal.

      DeBartolo, 73, who helped to build the 49ers’ dynasty of the 1980s and ’90s, was involved in one of the biggest owners’ scandals in the sport’s history.

      In 1998, he pleaded guilty to failing to report a felony when he paid $400,000 to former Louisiana Gov. Edwin Edwards in exchange for a riverboat gambling license.

      The White House announced the surprise decision to reporters on Tuesday. NFL greats Jerry Rice, Jim Brown, Ronnie Lott and Charles Haley were in attendance.

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    2. Trump frees Rod Blagojevich from prison years early, commuting the ex-Illinois governor’s 14-year sentence

      President Donald Trump commuted the 14-year sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, springing the Chicago Democrat from prison over four years early and writing a stunning final chapter to one of the state’s most notorious corruption cases.

      The controversial move comes after he granted a full pardon to former 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr. Tuesday and more than a year after Trump first revealed he was considering commuting Blagojevich’s sentence.

      “Yes, we commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich,” Trump said in Maryland on Tuesday. “He served eight years in jail, a long time. He seems like a very nice person, don’t know him.”

      Trump said Blagojevich’s daughters have not seen their father outside of prison, and he thought of them as he made his decision.

      “He’ll be able to go back home with his family after serving eight years in jail, that was a tremendously powerful, ridiculous sentence in my opinion.”

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    3. Trump pardons Michael Milken, face of 1980s insider financial scandals

      * President Donald Trump pardoned Michael Milken, the former junk bond king who was a face of the financial scandals of the 1980s.

      * Trump cited the “incredible job” that Milken has done supporting cancer research in the pardon, which was supported by Rudy Giuliani, Rupert Murdoch, Rep. Kevin McCarthy, Sheldon Adelson, Elaine Chao.

      * Trump also granted executive clemency Tuesday to former NYPD commissioner Bernard Kerik, former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, an ex-San Franciscio 49ers owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr.

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      1. Jeff Carlson’s (Epoch Times) take on Milken’s pardon. I respect Jeff.

        “As one who managed money in High Yield at the time of this occurrence, I could not disagree more

        Milken was one of the most innovative financiers there was

        Charged with “technical offenses” the use of RICO in this case is an area that I strongly disagree w/Giuliani to this day.”

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    4. Trump commutes prison sentence of Rod Blagojevich

      President Trump commuted the 14-year prison sentence of former Illinois Gov. Rod Blagojevich, the president announced on Tuesday.

      “Yes, we commuted the sentence of Rod Blagojevich. He served eight years in jail, a long time. He seems like a very nice person, don’t know him,” Trump told reporters.

      Blagojevich has served roughly eight years in prison after being convicted on corruption charges.

      For months, Trump has suggested he might commute the former Democratic governor’s prison sentence. He said in August that he was “strongly” considering the move and that Blagojevich’s case was being reviewed.

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    5. Well….

      Did any of these guys turn? Blago, that would be my guess given the Obama/Chicago thing.

      Also, these are white collar guys. I’d be more upset if they were truly violent criminals, but they are KNOWN white collar criminals who won’t be near positions of power and influence again. Records were not expunged, so the convictions are still there.

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  8. DawsonSField Retweeted
    FCCED – Financial Crime News

    A contracting officer with the U.S. Department of State was sentenced today to 87 months of imprisonment followed by 3 yrs of supervised release after he was convicted of conspiracy, bribery, honest services wire fraud and making false statements.
    U.S state department contracting officer jailed for 7 years in procurement fraud scheme
    A contracting officer with the U.S. Department of State was sentenced today to 87 months of imprisonment followed by three years of – procurement fraud

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  9. Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 Retweeted
    Raheem Kassam
    In 2016 everyone had a hot take on @realDonaldTrump’s wealth.

    In 2020, no one wants to talk about HOW @MikeBloomberg got rich.

    (Hint: Obama’s taxpayer-funded bailouts helped.)

    The War Room
    · 1h
    .@RaheemKassam: How did Bloomberg get so rich?


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    1. One of my bosses from the hills of W. Virginia, said he worked like crazy in school to get into college (scholarship) because studying was a heck of a lot easier than following the north end of a south facing mule across a rocky mountainside. Two of my bosses came from cabins with no electric or running water.

      Most of these limousine liberals need to spend a year in one of those cabins eking out a living using a mule.

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  10. Darren’s tweet is part of his THREAD… click on it

    Jack Posobiec 🇺🇸 Retweeted
    Darren J. Beattie 🌐
    Oligarchs increasingly taking front-facing role in politics.

    Same with many former “IC” officials.

    As legitimacy of system suffers, stakeholders emerge from behind scenes to more overt management.

    This has a further deligitimizing effect-similar to that of explaining a joke.

    Darren J. Beattie 🌐
    · Feb 1
    That Bloomberg is stepping into a public facing bid for the presidency is itself a sign of our system’s decline.

    The system is optimized for oligarchs like Bloomberg to manage things from behind the scenes.

    Not to debase themselves to the vulgarities of electoral politics.
    Show this thread

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        1. A little snark is good for the soul! I will admit that I’ve been praising our former host a bit more than most here can stomach. LOL! Get ready for more! When the Max and Moritz of Burr and Warner catch fire, Sundance will be basking in the glow!

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    1. Ann Vandersteel SteelTruth™️ TrumpTeam2020 Florida Retweeted
      🇺🇸Brenden Sir Hublife Dilley🇺🇸



      …and he did it with a shit eating grin on his face.

      The media literally has ZERO clue what he just told them.


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      1. Can you even imagine the exploding heads when they finally have to face the fact that not only is Donald J. Trump not stupid, but he is in fact brilliant, a genius? what does it make you when you misrepresent a genius? Retarded?

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  12. THREAD – click timestamp – lots of info in comment section one may find interesting

    Techno Fog
    Flynn update – new defense filing.

    Prosecutor Van Grack suppressed evidence to protect… “the prosecutors, his team, and the cadre of malfeasant FBI agents from the discovery of their negligence, crimes, and wrongs.”

    Full doc:

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    1. Techno Fog
      Replying to
      Of note is the focus on “SSA 1” (aka Joe Pientka).

      He was responsible for “violations of (FISA) Woods procedures” and for the “outright falsehoods” in the original FISA application.

      Information never produced to the defense.

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      1. Now just think – all this non-violent “Trump coup” stuff is coming out on the OUTER LAYER of troublemakers. Dig down deep under this stuff and I am almost certain there will be ties to Seth Rich, Parkland, Sandy Hook, and all the other blood hoax propaganda events – as part of a much larger “COUP” in capital letters. I suspect that those event groups – part of the larger “COUP” – had INSIDERS in FBI and DOJ who got them whatever they needed.

        I’m beginning to see the larger structure of THEIR PLAN.

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  13. Anyone need something positive today? Be sure to listen to Clinton Stewart shouting “Trump, Trump, Trump.”

    You can’t buy this, not even with $400 million.

    Clinton Stewart went to prison for over 7 years for not paying corporate bills.

    A Federal Judge asked Obama to grant Clint clemency. Obama refused.

    Trump’s First Step Act freed him.

    Here’s the moment Mr. Stewart was released, embraced his family and thanked

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  14. Vatican police make new raid in investigation of London property deal

    VATICAN CITY (Reuters) – Vatican police raided the home and office of a senior Catholic Church official on Tuesday, seizing documents and computers in the latest phase of an investigation into the purchase of luxury London real estate.

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  15. While looking for something else. I came across this.

    America Loves the Idea of Family Farms. That’s Unfortunate.

    It is SO FULL OF Bull Schiff it makes me want to puke.

    This is what REALLY happened:

    So WHY is our love of family farms ‘unfortunate?’

    “The Socialist Revolution in the US cannot take place because there are too many small independent farmers there. Those people are the stability factor. We here in Russia must hurry while our government is stupid enough to not encourage and support the independent farmership.” — V. Lenin, the founder of the Russian Revolution

    “Food is a weapon,” –Maxim Litvinov, Soviet Commissar of Foreign Affairs (1921)

    “[Our] future is becoming visible in Russia.” ~ Assistant Secretary of Agriculture Rexford Tugwell (1931)

    “The Collective Farm Policy was a terrible struggle, Ten million died. It was fearful.” ~ Joseph Stalin (1932 to 1937)

    “Food is power. We use it to change behavior. Some may call that bribery. We do not apologize.” — September 1995, Catherine Bertini, Executive Director of the United Nations World Food Program, and former U.S. Assistant Secretary of Agriculture

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    1. Actually, being from the Midwest, I prefer the idea of a family farm. While I am not inclined to farm myself given my allergy situation, and the proximity I need to have to opportunities for gigs, I spend extra on food from a local operation. Eggs, and milk come from local outfits. I do pick your own for some fruits. It’s a better deal for everyone, IMO.

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  16. Lots of Justice IS being accomplished under POTUS. This made me proud of him.

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        1. Served 7 of a 10 year sentence. Looks like an interesting case. Here is a link to read more. He got a 10 year sentence, where even a retired judge wrote to Obama and said it was a gross injustice. Obama wouldn’t do anything for him and the others.

          I wonder if we’re going to see more cases reviewed and sentences commutated as they review conduct of DOJ prosecutors… especially during Obama’s tenure.

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            1. I think fixing any and every unjust sentence for whatever reason is admirable. Reading about this case certainly appears to have been an unjust sentence let alone prosecution. High level retired judge reviewed the case and called out the misconduct on the part of the DOJ.

              This case is important because it affects the African-American community, and there has been heavy incarceration – I’m not going to say disproportionate racially, but the prosecutions and sentencing certainly might be. Now do I think violent people should be on the streets? NO. But that’s not what these cases are.

              Another point the article makes is that the boards reviewing cases are dragging their feet – not cooperating with the new law, and the President’s goals. Need to clean out the Swamp in a lot of areas.

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              1. The foot dragging is telling. These people were most likely given disproportionate sentences for politically convenient reasons. Especially if Obama refused to commute them.

                I wonder how many of them have stories to tell that would be helpful to future prosecutions.

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  17. WHOA!!!!!

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        1. Just as a reminder from over a year ago:

          FBI Scrambled to Respond to Hillary Clinton Lawyer amid Weiner Laptop Review
          12 Feb 2019 – 10:10:22 AM

          Shall We Play a Game?
          Where are they now?
          [Ref: public optics: ‘retired’’left’ refers to ‘fired/forced’]
          James Comey, Director – FIRED
          Andrew McCabe, Deputy Director – FIRED
          Jim Rybicki, Chief of Staff and Senior Counselor – FIRED
          James Baker, General Counsel – FIRED
          Bill Priestap, Director of Counterintelligence (Strzok’s boss) – FIRED
          Peter Strzok, Deputy Assistant Director of Counterintelligence – FIRED
          Lisa Page, Office of General Counsel – FIRED
          Mike Kortan, Assistant Director for Public Affairs – FIRED
          Josh Campbell, Special Assistant to Comey – FIRED
          Michael Steinbach – Head of NAT SEC Div – FIRED
          John Glacalone – (Predecessor to Steinbach) – Head of NAT SEC Div – FIRED
          James Turgal – Assistant Director – FIRED
          Greg Bower – Top Congressional Liaison – FIRED
          Trisha Anderson – Principle Deputy General Counsel – FIRED
          Randy Coleman – Assistant Director of Counterintelligence Div – REMOVED
          Coleman Authored:
          (1) Anthony Wiener [sic]
          (2) [Unrelated]
          (3) Wiener [sic] – texting 15 yo – Sexually Explicit
          9/26 – Federal SW – IPhone/IPAD/Laptop
          Initial analysis of laptop – thousands emails
          Hillary Clinton & Foundation
          Crime Against Children
          Kevin Clinesmith – track & follow
          Tashina Gauhar – track & follow
          Sally Moyer – track & follow
          Jason V. Herring – track & follow
          Nothing being done?
          FAKE NEWS?

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  18. Ann Vandersteel SteelTruth™️ TrumpTeam2020 Florida Retweeted
    Jo Pappas⭐⭐⭐
    Once upon a time in Hollywood
    This guy was worshipped as a god.
    Think about that before you listen to anything Leftist elitists say.

    ABC News
    · 7h
    NEW: Harvey Weinstein arrives at a New York City courthouse as the jury in his rape and sexual assault case is set to begin deliberations this morning.


  19. THREAD

    Ann Vandersteel SteelTruth™️ TrumpTeam2020 Florida Retweeted
    Today just keeps on getting better!

    Judge Napolitano: Lead Juror Tomeka Hart in Roger Stone Case Could be Jailed, Conviction Could be Overturned (VIDEO)

    Judge Napolitano: Lead Juror Tomeka Hart in Roger Stone Case Could be Jailed, Conviction Could be…
    Judge Napolitano came back down to earth for a few hours this week to weigh in on the Roger Stone case. Napolitano told Tucker Carlson this week that the lead juror in the Roger Stone case could be…

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    1. IOW, $10B funneled into the Soros Climate Alarmism Dark Money Shapeshifter Machine.

      They must be bleeding dry for someone to cash out for them like this.

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