Dear KMAG: 20200601 Open Topic

This Stormwatch 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.

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But it’s okay…we’re going to get through this!

Free Speech is practiced here at the Q Tree. But please keep it civil.
Discussion of Q is not only allowed but encouraged. Imagine that! We can talk about Q here and not get banned.

Please also consider the Important Guidelines, outlined here. Let’s not give the odious Internet Censors a reason to shut down this precious haven that Wolf has created for us.

With the Storm upon us…please Pray for our President.

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Wheatie’s Rules:

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

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For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Efisio Cross, titled ‘Through The Storms We Stand’:

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After a weekend of such carnage, this is a Two Polar Bear Monday.

It’s never been more important than now…to be able to discern what is real and what is being staged.

All we can do is stay skeptical and keep our wits about us.

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Wheatie’s Word of the Day:

Malapropism

‘Malapropism’ is a noun that means…the ludicrously wrong use of a word or phrase. It comes from the French phrase mal a propos, which means “inappropriate”.

A malapropism is often unintentional, when a person uses a word or phrase completely wrong, such as saying that ‘medieval cathedrals are supported by flying buttocks’.

But sometimes a malapropism is used intentionally for a humorous effect.

Used in a sentence:

The Leftist News Nozzles repeatedly beclown themselves with the malapropism of calling the paid professional rioters, “peaceful protestors”.

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904 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200601 Open Topic

  1. Candace Owens@RealCandaceO
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    5h
    This is great advice.
    Hundreds of black businesses and neighborhoods are being torched. Multiple black people have been killed in these riots.
    We would all do well to remember the name of every celebrity that is offering bail to the criminals that are destroying black lives.
    Quote Tweet

    Seth Rogen@Sethrogen

    · May 31
    Always be more critical of the people upholding the racist system than the ones who are fighting against it.

    Candace Owens@RealCandaceO
    ·
    7h
    The best part of this story is that @BilldeBlasio has made it illegal for New Yorkers to go to work for MONTHS, because of the #coronavirus. But it’s perfectly safe out there for his daughter to assist riots and protests!

    Candace Owens@RealCandaceO
    ·
    7h
    Remember when @BilldeBlasio was blaming the riots on @realDonaldTrump?

    Last night, De Blasio’s daughter was arrested at a protest in NYC for barricading traffic & refusing to move.

    DEMOCRATS ARE SCUM.

    VOTE THEM ALL OUT!

    Liked by 6 people

    1. what was even weirder to me…they were saying white nationalists were to blame for the violence and destruction. BUT celebrities and Biden’s people were providing THEIR BAIL MONEY–so every one of them b*stards were supporting alleged white nationalists…does THAT make sense???

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      1. No… it doesn’t make sense, and that’s a give-away to their attempt to gaslight, to project and throw it away from themselves. Just as “ANTI” Fascists is NOT Anti, but actually FASCIST!

        Liked by 5 people

  2. I found the video in which privileged white people safely tucked ensconced in a Mercedes were handing out bricks to black children and youths informative.

    It brought home the fact that leftists must look at black individuals as “tools” to be used by them at will to do their dirty work.

    Not much different than old times on the plantation,

    Liked by 12 people

    1. I have seen several of the interactions between those confronted by black folks and others. They are smug, arrogant and entitled. These are the grandchildren of the 60s radicals. Still rich, still in academia, still believing they are better, but bigger network and much more benefactor assistance.

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      1. In the Tom Clancy novel “Executive Decisions,” the first one he wrote featuring ebola, the first case to be spotted in the US was in Chicago. There’s even a black-humor line, where someone says “Our Chicago?” because he can’t believe ebola is here.

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          1. Am thinking we are now living in a Clancy novel Steve.

            One could almost think that reading all his books could condition one to current happenings. Because of what I used to do and my training, I’ve been conditioned to many things that nearly all normies would freak over. I’m starting to freak about this political storm.

            Side note: DH is a precinct judge today. The polling place actually has 3 different precincts in the building. The dem judge from one of the other precincts came over to DH, showed DH a pic of Biden and asked DH who the guy was who was giving the speech. Then he told DH that he only knew of some guy named Bernie. He also thought he could vote where he was judge. He didn’t even live near the precincts at the polling place. So the dem judge didn’t even vote early as is customary when you don’t work your own precinct. Our county is run by dems. They never have Repub Inspectors here. Our county learned well from the Chicago influence many decades ago.

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            1. Except that there are some key differences between the “Ryanverse” (all but one of Clancy’s novels have the same characters, and are consistent with each other, so a lot of people talk about it like it’s an alternate universe) and our world, one is that in the Ryanverse the CIA is the good guys, in fact the fedgovernment is mostly good and corruption at high levels of the bureaucracy only reared up in “Clear and Present Danger” (though we did have a Veep who was a rapist, I’d guess modeled on Ted Kennedy).

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              1. You are right. I haven’t pulled out the Clancy books in a long while. If my nerves ever relax, I should re-read. Or maybe they will seem mellow and southing after this 🙂 storm abates.

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              2. One other thing…shit going down was often overseas. Yeah we had a nuke go off and an Ebola outbreak that got stopped quickly, but for the most part, it was overseas.

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              3. Yes, in places few visit. One novel that rattled me, but it might have been a Vince Flynn novel was the one that was about near instant death and decayed bodies found in manic positions.

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              4. That doesn’t sound like anything out of Clancy. Of course he’s managing to write stuff after he’s dead (other authors are being paid to continue the Ryanverse–not bad, but not as good as his stuff) so I could be wrong.

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              5. Yes, I’d bet it wasn’t a Clancy. Not realsure it was even a VF book now. There was another writer who tried to cash in on both styles and near subject matter, who wasn’t very good. I later learned he was a lefty sort.

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    1. My dear, dear friend told me 4 wks ago to watch out as Ebola was next. She had been on a video conference and told me some interesting info. She was going to send me the links and I planned to post here after she sent me the links but she has not had a chance to do so and I have also been too busy to remind her.

      Hope this is a coincidence and she was wrong….

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      1. In Madagascar, there is a strain of Plague (as in “Black Death”) that is resistant to all antibodies.

        However, ordinary sanitation and vermin control is effective against that one, so anyone thinking of using it for biological warfare should look elsewhere.

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  3. All these people getting lucense plate pictures need to attrmpt to go up to the dashboard and get photos of the VIN through the front window.
    Theyre using fake plates, they cant fake the vin.

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      1. Between Deblasio’s daughter, Ilhan’s daughter, Keith Elison’s son (a councilman no less) and even Elison Himself, I have to wonder if any dems have kids with the slightest inclination towards patriotism. Ha, what am I saying? Point to any dem, period, with a patriotic bone in them.

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  4. Papm Springs and Palm Desert are having protests today.
    Palm Desert is home to El Paseo, the Rodeo Drive of the Desert. Palm Springs city council is entirely left and all members are gay or trans, in addition, they are anticop and very very pro covid lockdown.
    Its a drive to get out there but considering the money and the ability to hide, it could be a riot point.
    If I see anything later Ill post.

    Angel Moreno⚡️ (@AMoreno__o) Tweeted:
    The protest should be in Palm Desert, those are where the racists are and where those privileged fucks are at😗

    Liked by 5 people

    1. Digital Soldier 88 (@Anon88Soldier) Tweeted:
      The people organizing a protest in my city (Palm Desert) have had their tweets shared by Jack (ceo of tweet). Digging.

      Liked by 4 people

  5. Praying Medic may have an answer as to whether ANTIFA was listed as an international terrorist organization a while back and the fact was just never mentioned. If it was, then the people funding these riots are REALLY SOL

    8) In August of 2019, Jim Banks asked the FBI to add Antifa to its list of extremist ideologies.

    Rep. Jim Banks Asks FBI to Add Antifa to List of Extremist Ideologies

    Washington, August 1, 2019 | 9 comments

    WASHINGTON – Today, Rep. Jim Banks (IN-03) sent a letter to FBI Director Christopher Ray requesting the FBI add a new subsection to its list of extremist ideologies that would include Antifa. This paves the way for the FBI to target Antifa as a domestic terrorist organization.

    Rep. Jim Banks: “The point of my letter is simple. Antifa employs violence to coerce Americans into silence. As a veteran of the war in Afghanistan, I am intimately familiar with the tactics of terrorist groups and how they employ fear/violence to silence political enemies. To my great surprise, we are witnessing similar style tactics right here in our country. The FBI must take this threat seriously.”….

    9) In July of 2019, Pennsylvania Rep Brian Fitzpatrick sent a letter to Attorney General Bill Barr expressing his concern over the assault of journalist Andy Ngo by Antifa in Portland, Oregon. fitzpatrick.house.gov/media-center/p…
    10) Last July, Senators Bill Cassidy and Ted Cruz introduced a resolution that would label Antifa a domestic terror organization.
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    19) Above, Q wrote:
    POTUS action coming.
    Homeland Security _FBI_DOJ action coming.
    Investigations may lead to [D][F] ‘support’ targets.

    Will investigations show that domestic [D] & foreign [F] parties provided material and financial support for rioters? …
    https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1266840826509881346.html

    Carlos suggested China, Iran and the Mexican Cartels at minimum.
    .
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    DARN!!! THAT WAS LOUD!

    We just had another one of these babies fly over the house. This time headed north. Raleigh NC maybe??

    Carlos Osweda
    @COsweda
    The LA Riots were an order of magnitude worse than what’s happening in Minnesota.

    On the third day, I saw a Sikorsky MH-53 Pave Low fly over.

    It’s used to insert special-operations units.
    3:36 PM · May 29, 2020

    GOOD GRIEF there goes another one!

    Liked by 9 people

    1. “It’s used to insert special-operations units.” Or maybe, they’re, from the sounds of it…

      Hang in there, Gail, and stay safe (locked, loaded, and prepped, too)…

      Liked by 2 people

  6. Q 4380

    Jun 1 2020 11:07:26 (EST) NEW
    Screen_Shot_2020_06_01_at_12_06_58_PM.jpg ⬇

    Cuomo warns protests could spark coronavirus comeback
    https://www.nydailynews.com/coronavirus/ny-coronavirus-cuomo-briefing-daily-manhattan-20200601-nogowjc65vdnhchzfnto7vrhty-story.html?utm_medium=notification&utm_source=onesignal📁
    >>9412961
    Attempting to establish new narrative ‘riots’ created[ing] second COVID-19 wave?
    Loss of control [first wave]?
    Regain control necessary re: vote-by-mail re: [D] state bailout(s) re: economy-unemployment kill etc?
    All assets deployed.
    Win by any means necessary.
    2020 Presidential Election.
    Q

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  7. Never Ever hire Beth Wilkinson!!
    Full of falsehoods and mistakes, Sullivan wants Appeals Ct to butt out and let him carry on with his unlawful amicus scheme.

    Liked by 5 people

  8. Sullivan Response

    John M. Reeves@reeveslawstl
    THREAD
    1) In his brief filed today, Judge Sullivan makes the arguments I anticipated in my amicus brief (my amicus brief is linked below, along with Judge Sullivan’s).

    06.01.2020(7) Sullivan Response
    1:31 PM • Jun 1, 2020•Twitter Web App

    2) Judge Sullivan’s primary argument is that mandamus cannot issue because here, unlike in Fokker, there has been no ruling one way or the other on the motion to dismiss.

    3) But as I point out in my amicus brief, mandamus is available not only where a district court judge DENIES the DOJ’s mtn to dismiss, but also where it REFUSES TO RULE on the matter through an UNREASONABLE DELAY, which is what has happened here.

    4) In addition, Judge Sullivan argues that district courts DO, in fact, have discretion over whether to grant the DOJ’s mtn to dismiss, even if the defendant consents, and must examine the “public interest.”

    5) In support of this argument, Judge Sullivan cites the early-1970s DC Circuit case of Ammidown.

    6) But as I point out in my amicus brief, Ammidown’s holding on this was pure dicta (that is, non-binding), and cannot be squared away with Fokker and subsequent SCOTUS precedent.John M. Reeves@reeveslawstl

    7) Indeed, the Seventh Circuit–in an opinion by Judge Posner and joined by Judges Easterbrook and Wood–note that Ammindown’s holding in this regard is dicta.

    8) This is no small matter, because while Judges Posner and Easterbrook are “conservatives,” Judge Wood is very much a liberal, and was on Obama’s shortlist for a SCOTUS vacancy.

    9) Judge Sullivan fails to take into account how here, the Government is seeking dismissal WITH PREJUDICE.

    10) A district court may be justified in denying the Govt.’s mtd if it was seeking to dismsiss WITHOUT PREJUDICE, as there would be a risk of subjecting Flynn to multiple repeated prosecutions.

    11) But where, as here, the Govt. is seeking dismissal WITH PREJUDICE–meaning it would be barred from ever re-filing charges–and thus is not trying to give itself a Mulligan or do-over on the prosecution…

    12) Judge Sullivan cannot deny the motion or call for amicus briefing on the matter without runing afoul of the separation of powers.

    13) Judge Sullivan’s brief makes no serious attempt to analyze any of these issues.
    END

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  9. This right here, this is the answer. Communities coming together building trust. There’s been a lot of good examples coming out of this sad time at least. Personally I have a greater appreciation now for the right to protest regardless your views. Peacefully.

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  10. Senate Cloakroom@SenateCloakroom
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    10m
    NOW VOTING: Confirmation of Executive Calendar #602 John Leonard Badalamenti to be U.S. District Judge for the Middle District of Florida

    Liked by 5 people

  11. Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    1h
    Top GOPer on Hse Vets Affairs Cmte Roe: The vandalizing that occurred last night at the World War II Memorial and other sites dedicated to those veterans is an affront to them. I share the anger and sadness voiced today by the Veterans of Foreign Wars and The American Legion

    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
    ·
    1h
    McConnell: It does not advance freedom or justice to vandalize the World War II Memorial that stands for those who bled and died for exactly those values.

    Liked by 6 people

  12. #FollowTheBricks is FUN

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  13. Apparently the protesting rioters delayed the start of Voting in the Senate for more than a few hours.

    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    10m
    USCP: ALL CLEAR. The demonstration activity on the East Front of the U.S. Capitol Building has concluded. The area is now open to all personnel.

    Liked by 4 people

  14. Chad has given Schumer an opportunity to gaslight America by tweeting out his lies. Here’s an example.

    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
    ·
    1h
    Schumer: As the ldr of our country, the President..struggles to summon even an ounce of humanity..the president has reacted to the pain & anger in the country by playing politics & encouraging police to be tougher on protesters

    Liked by 2 people

      1. Schumer isn’t stupid, nor demented (in the strictest sense of not knowing what he’s doing), but he’s hoping a lot of people out here are stupid or demented.

        And let’s face it, a significant percentage are.

        No…he is evil.

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            1. I have a theory… not scientifically grounded mind you… just my gut assessment. Sociopaths and psychopaths drift toward each other… recognize each other. Those who do take a scientific approach claim that 5% of the population is of this inclination. My theory is 99% of the 5% are in Washington D.C.

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          1. I think there are several in Congress, as well as mentally incompetent.
            Pelosi, Nadler, Warren, Warner, Omar, Talib….sociopaths…just plain stupid …Waters, Hank Johnson, Murray, Lewis, AOC.

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  15. Jack Posobiec Retweeted
    Christi Chat@ChatChristi
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    29m
    Antifa Soy Boy Brian Bartels, accompanied by mommy & daddy, just turned himself in to police for inciting violence during Saturday’s Pittsburgh RIOT and busting out the windows of a police car.

    Jack Posobiec@JackPosobiec
    ·
    14m
    BREAKING: Alleged Antifa agitator’s parents bring him to police in Pittburgh

    Liked by 4 people

      1. Given the number of parents out there today unwilling to acknowledge wrongdoing by their children…perhaps (depending on their motivations) they deserve a great deal of credit for this.

        It can’t be easy delivering your child up for felony charges.

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    1. Thank God the fire department was finally able to get to the house that was DELIBERATELY set on fire and rescue the people inside, including the children.
      The Richmond police chief made it clear that his department “has intelligence” about “protesters” arriving in the city FROM ACROSS THE COUNTRY to cause mayhem; and that he is determined to get them identified and arrested.

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  16. For what ever reason this keeps going into the bin so I’m leaving the link out.

    Market Watch has article up saying Family Autopsy contradicts States Autopsy, saying that Floyd was asphyxiated by sustained pressure. I”m sure we’ll have more stories soon.

    Liked by 9 people

  17. Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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    1h
    “Judge Sullivan’s” response to the writ of mandamus is such ba embarrassment, it’s no wonder he didn’t write it or even sign it (his new lawyer Beth Wilkinson did)

    THREAD

    1h
    This one paragraph alone is enough to disqualify it

    Flynn did not plead to the crime of “false statements” for his “work for Turkey” and the Flynn statement of the offense didn’t state all of the elements of that offense (intent!), as even Brandon Van Grack later admitted

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
    ·
    1h
    Deliberately obfuscates the difference between amici being allowed in criminal cases and civil cases

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
    ·
    1h
    A Judge isn’t supposed to “pursue the other side” when both the prosecution and defense are in agreement to dismiss a case. That’s kind of the point

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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    2h
    “The District Court has not actually decided anything” – yes, and that’s the problem

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    This is false. Sullivan’s hearing did not reach a detailed finding of “materiality” in Flynn’s false statements to the FBI. Sullivan talked about wanting the government to brief him on the details, the hearing was postponed, it never happened
    @McAdooGordon

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    That’s not “notable”, it’s right there in the law

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    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
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    2h
    This one paragraph alone is enough to disqualify it

    Flynn did not plead to the crime of “false statements” for his “work for Turkey” and the Flynn statement of the offense didn’t state all of the elements of that offense (intent!), as even Brandon Van Grack later admitted
    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
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    2h
    Deliberately obfuscates the difference between amici being allowed in criminal cases and civil cases
    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    A Judge isn’t supposed to “pursue the other side” when both the prosecution and defense are in agreement to dismiss a case. That’s kind of the point
    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    “The District Court has not actually decided anything” – yes, and that’s the problem
    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    This is false. Sullivan’s hearing did not reach a detailed finding of “materiality” in Flynn’s false statements to the FBI. Sullivan talked about wanting the government to brief him on the details, the hearing was postponed, it never happened
    @McAdooGordon

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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    2h
    That’s not “notable”, it’s right there in the law

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber

    Repeats MSNBC conspiracy theories. The DOJ can sign a motion to dismiss with whoever they want, there is no requirement it be a “line attorney”

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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    2h
    Replying to @JohnWHuber

    Incredible. Sullivan’s attorney represents that Sullivan wants to discuss Flynn’s declaration of innocence in open court. Except he filed that in Jan 29, Sullivan ignored it, and proceeded with sentencing – as the brief itself admits!

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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    2h
    Nobody asked for a Judicial reassignment until now because you hadn’t been acting like a complete fruitcake, your honor

    Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    Flynn faces no real “harm” because he’s not in prison so what’s a few more months of delay and legal bills while Judge Sullivan embarks on a fishing expedition waiting for a Biden administration and DOJ? Unbelievable.

    Undercover Huber
    @JohnWHuber
    ·
    2h
    It goes on and on like this while avoiding the core issue at hand. Rule 48 and Fokker require him to dismiss the case. He can investigate it all he likes, that’s never going to change

    Strong chance of a writ of mandamus being issued for Flynn 2-1 after this hot garbage

    /ENDS

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    1. Wheatie,

      I got distracted copying Undercover Huber’s THREAD… too many links… can you split it for me into “Post Comment” and Reply to Post ??????????

      Or, shall I do that?

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      1. Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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        1h
        “Judge Sullivan’s” response to the writ of mandamus is such ba embarrassment, it’s no wonder he didn’t write it or even sign it (his new lawyer Beth Wilkinson did)

        THREAD

        1h
        This one paragraph alone is enough to disqualify it

        Flynn did not plead to the crime of “false statements” for his “work for Turkey” and the Flynn statement of the offense didn’t state all of the elements of that offense (intent!), as even Brandon Van Grack later admitted

        Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
        ·
        1h
        Deliberately obfuscates the difference between amici being allowed in criminal cases and civil cases

        Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
        ·
        1h
        A Judge isn’t supposed to “pursue the other side” when both the prosecution and defense are in agreement to dismiss a case. That’s kind of the point

        Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
        ·
        2h
        “The District Court has not actually decided anything” – yes, and that’s the problem

        Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
        ·
        2h
        This is false. Sullivan’s hearing did not reach a detailed finding of “materiality” in Flynn’s false statements to the FBI. Sullivan talked about wanting the government to brief him on the details, the hearing was postponed, it never happened
        @McAdooGordon

        Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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        2h
        That’s not “notable”, it’s right there in the law

        Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
        ·
        2h
        This one paragraph alone is enough to disqualify it

        Flynn did not plead to the crime of “false statements” for his “work for Turkey” and the Flynn statement of the offense didn’t state all of the elements of that offense (intent!), as even Brandon Van Grack later admitted

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        1. Continued

          Undercover Huber
          @JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          Deliberately obfuscates the difference between amici being allowed in criminal cases and civil cases
          Undercover Huber
          @JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          A Judge isn’t supposed to “pursue the other side” when both the prosecution and defense are in agreement to dismiss a case. That’s kind of the point
          Undercover Huber
          @JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          “The District Court has not actually decided anything” – yes, and that’s the problem
          Undercover Huber
          @JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          This is false. Sullivan’s hearing did not reach a detailed finding of “materiality” in Flynn’s false statements to the FBI. Sullivan talked about wanting the government to brief him on the details, the hearing was postponed, it never happened
          @McAdooGordon

          Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
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          2h
          That’s not “notable”, it’s right there in the law

          Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber

          Repeats MSNBC conspiracy theories. The DOJ can sign a motion to dismiss with whoever they want, there is no requirement it be a “line attorney”

          Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          Replying to @JohnWHuber

          Incredible. Sullivan’s attorney represents that Sullivan wants to discuss Flynn’s declaration of innocence in open court. Except he filed that in Jan 29, Sullivan ignored it, and proceeded with sentencing – as the brief itself admits!

          Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          Nobody asked for a Judicial reassignment until now because you hadn’t been acting like a complete fruitcake, your honor

          Undercover Huber@JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          Flynn faces no real “harm” because he’s not in prison so what’s a few more months of delay and legal bills while Judge Sullivan embarks on a fishing expedition waiting for a Biden administration and DOJ? Unbelievable.

          Undercover Huber
          @JohnWHuber
          ·
          2h
          It goes on and on like this while avoiding the core issue at hand. Rule 48 and Fokker require him to dismiss the case. He can investigate it all he likes, that’s never going to change

          Strong chance of a writ of mandamus being issued for Flynn 2-1 after this hot garbage

          /ENDS

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    1. People across the political spectrum are already dividing to all sides on this issue. Does note the family autopsy does not deny drug use by Floyd. Lends them some credibility.

      Liked by 1 person

    1. Could be the WWII Memorial on Capital Hill that was damaged by rioters earlier today?????????

      Liked by 5 people

      1. He does NOT need to go out in that pit of vipers today….. Unless it is to Arlington Tomb of the Unknown, or JFK’s grave. Not in the city with that mob. I know he’s Batman, but geeeez, my nerves wouldn’t stand it 😳

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