Dear KAG: 20200602 Open Thread

The swamp’s predators have been put on notice. It is now not safe to go in the water.

And now for the nitty gritty of the Q Tree 5 minute, stand up, Tuesday morning meeting version of the Daily Thread.


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This site is a celebration of the natural rights endowed to humans by our Creator as well as those enshrined in the Bill of Rights adopted in the founding documents of the United States of America. Within the limits of law, how we exercise these rights is part of the freedom of our discussion.

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.


GN 3:9-15, 20

After Adam had eaten of the tree,
    the LORD God called to him and asked him, “Where are you?”
He answered, “I heard you in the garden;
    but I was afraid, because I was naked,
    so I hid myself.”
Then he asked, “Who told you that you were naked?
You have eaten, then,
    from the tree of which I had forbidden you to eat!”
The man replied, “The woman whom you put here with me—
    she gave me fruit from the tree, and so I ate it.”
The LORD God then asked the woman,
    “Why did you do such a thing?”
The woman answered, “The serpent tricked me into it, so I ate it.”

Then the LORD God said to the serpent:
“Because you have done this, you shall be banned
    from all the animals
    and from all the wild creatures;
On your belly shall you crawl,
    and dirt shall you eat
    all the days of your life.
I will put enmity between you and the woman,
    and between your offspring and hers;
He will strike at your head,
    while you strike at his heel.”
The man called his wife Eve,
    because she became the mother of all the living.

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

977 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200602 Open Thread

        1. He’s going to the JPII shrine today and will sign an international freedom of religion declaration in the Oval Office. Schedule posted at Flep’s News RoundUp.

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          1. It looks like it has gone through some use, too–I get the impression it’s decades old.

            The Revised Standard Version was at one point favored by the Orthodox Church in America (an offshoot of Russian Orthodox), but I believe their copies all had the apocrypha in it. They were also working on their own translation when I heard all of this (and I’ll caveat by saying this was years ago and I could be remembering wrong).

            No, I don’t think Trump is Orthodox (this for any leftists lurking the site, and, additionally, Leftists: fuck you).

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    1. Beautiful, Carl. Somehow I think those verses show both what VSGPDJT believes and shows (as a great leader, businessman, and father) by example. And I think GOD has trained him, strengthened him, blessed him, and put him here as an answer to our prayers, and for His Holy Will… GOD Bless President Trump.

      Great picture. I can imagine the left are having an apoplectic fit about now. Good. Here’s hoping they learn and turn from their wicked ways… (though in the back of my head echoes “but the darkness could not comprehend the light”)…


  1. It is interesting to see the differences in how people view this simple act. Many are calling it a photo op and mocking President Trump and his supporters.
    I found his walk to the church and holding up the Bible to be very brave acts. I had tears running down my face and was thanking God for President Trump.
    President Trump gives us the example of how to stand up and be counted. I am so grateful that he is our President during these very dangerous and trying times.

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    1. He knows full well the power of that visual image, standing resolutely and holding up a Bible. 👍

      Not only was it an encouragement to American patriots, it was a direct shot at the enemy, and we can be sure they heard it loud and clear.

      There is nothing these devils fear or hate more than the power of God’s Word.

      Which they can never defeat.

      “For the word of God is living and powerful, and sharper than any two-edged sword, piercing even to the division of soul and spirit, and of joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” (Hebrews 4:12, NKJV)

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      1. It was as though The President of the USA held up the most powerful spiritual Sword of the Lord.

        Isaiah 31:8-9 says the sword of man cannot defeat Assyria (symbolizing Islam and the hordes of evil) – that only the Sword of the LORD can do so.

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    2. But the remarks were so vicious I could not finish them….says volumes about the state of their souls. To think people cannot even accept a simple gesture of walking over to the church and being so utterly disgusting in their remarks is frightening. They are animals…and that includes our Congress…especially.

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      1. Remember… the remarks are false, in that the negative BOTS always go to the top, Jack/Twitter control the optics…

        then, dare I say it, we have the holier than thou so-called Christians who do not approve of Donald J. Trump (Judge not lest thee… and all that)

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        1. It, they are from well-known names, including members of Congress and past Secretaries of States! Evidently their hate for trump is greater than concern for the nation….sickening!

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          1. They’re crooks… their ‘hatred’ is based on the fact that they KNOW he means what he says, and if (when) he is reelected they will go to prison.

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          1. Tucker is right and wrong both, and it’s only because (1) he was personally attacked by ANTIFA, which makes him hypersensitive about this exact form of violence – AS SOROS INTENDED, and (2) if Jared is counseling HOLD YOUR FIRE, which is exactly what I would have counseled, then he is wisely keeping Trump out of a leftist TRAP and playing longer chess than Tucker realizes.

            The people who are leaking to Tucker are fulfilling a manipulation of Tucker. He is getting part of the story – not all of it.

            Tucker is ABSOLUTELY RIGHT about Nero – that was a BRILLIANT analogy. And YES- that is a DOWNSIDE that Trump handled beautifully, b/c he knew exactly how this would play out.

            They’re all CORRECT – Tucker, Jared, and Trump. One just has to see ALL the camera angles on it.

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      1. Yes…Ivanka’s mask was inappropriate, IMO. Virtue signaling?
        I’m to the point that if someone insists on wearing a mask in a situation like this (open air)…then stay home!

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  2. In personal news, I generally have a couple of mugs of tea to kickstart my productive day, after reviewing status and checking newsfeeds and the like. After my morning cuppa, around noon, I evidently decided to accelerate my wakeup plans by not waiting for the second cup to actually brew, but rather slopping boiling water over my left hand.

    I don’t particularly remember making this decision, but I do remember stabilizing the equipment and having my hand under running cold water within about 1.8 seconds. I must say that it is a very effective wakeup technique. After a few minutes of this, I got a baggie of ice and a little water to put across the area. After about seven hours of that (so much for productive), it stopped stinging. Now, about two hours after that, the line is blurring between the area that got hit and the rest of my hand.

    The Fiancee keeps talking about blistering. I think I got to it fast enough, and effective enough, that it’ll be gone tomorrow. Nevertheless, it is unlikely that I’ll be doing that again any time soon. While adrenaline outscores caffeine as a stimulant, a serious flash of pain is definitely inferior to having a peaceful cuppa as an administration method.

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      1. You will note that I waited until I could joke about it.

        At this point, it’s a lost day and a memory. Plus, there’s little trivia points that I find interesting — for instance, I’m old enough that when I raise my palm up in comparison to my forearm, there are certain habitual creases. One of which was in the slop zone. And while the areas on both sides of the crease are no longer even red, the crease is.

        Overall, it’s yet another example of where effective incident response is critical. As another example, some time back I leaned on the back of a toilet to steady myself while standing, and the tank broke where the bolts come through from the bowl (this required surprisingly little force). Before assessing or addressing the extent of the problem, you must shut off the source. I cut off the water at the valve in the wall and then moved to deal with the rest.

        More recently (as in, this weekend), the Fiancee decided to clean some parts of the bathroom. (I’ll do this, albeit reluctantly, because I am very susceptible to chemical fumes — so I tend to use other products.) So she sprayed this wonder-foam around the place with gay abandon…..until I had to evacuate my room. We had the whole-house fan dumping these fumes into the attic, from whence they left the immediate vicinity, but she had done so much in that bathroom that not all was going outside. When we went to clear that end of the house, she suggested that we clear my room first…..and I said, “no”. We had to clear the bathroom, the bedroom, and the hall before clearing my room because otherwise we’d clear my room and it would just get contaminated again from upstream. You have to start by cutting off the source.

        It is said that stupid people don’t learn. Regular people learn from their mistakes. Smart people learn from other people’s mistakes. I’m trying to save people the trouble of looking for mistakes to learn from.

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        1. Aww, Coothie…I’m sorry you had the painful event.
          And it happened when you were just starting your day, which makes it even worse!

          Hope you don’t think I was making light of your suffering. 🤗😘
          Because I can totally commiserate with you on that.

          My hubby gets nervous when I am cooking or doing things in the kitchen…because I so frequently hurt myself in some way.

          One time when I was chopping up corn on the cob for our parrot, with a butcher knife…I nearly cut a finger off.
          It was bad.

          Ever since that happened, whenever he sees me with a knife trying to cut something…he hurries over and says, “Here honey, let me do that for you!”

          Whenever I have hurt myself in some new, stupid way…he usually says:
          “Don’t do that honey. You’ll hurt yourself!”

          Which always makes me laugh.
          Because, of course…I’ve already done it.

          So this is why I commented to you that way.
          I should have explained that it’s sort of an inside joke at my house.

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          1. I wasn’t offended — like I said, when I screw up, I look to share it as an education to others. And it’s actually more like the midpoint of my day — When I get up, I brew a cuppa, and start looking across the intertubez. After a bit, it’s cool enough to drink.

            What kind of parrot do you have?

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            1. We had a Quaker Parrot.
              But sadly, she is no longer with us.

              We lost her to an airborne avian virus that being hand raised, she had no natural immunity to.
              Our vet said that she could’ve caught it from the wild backyard birds that we feed.
              It was Spring and we were keeping the windows open.

              I still miss her, even though it’s been a few years.
              There is something especially endearing about a pet that you can have a conversation with.

              I miss how she would fly over to me, perch on my shoulder and give me a little kiss-kiss on the cheek and say:
              “Whatcha doing?”

              She had accumulated a large vocabulary of well over 100 words.

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              1. They seem like really cool birds — though I’d never heard of them before.

                My uncle, the Marine, who died 3-1/2 years after a “six months to live” leukemia diagnosis, was a bird breeder (after having been a plumber). He had all sorts of things — cockatoos and emus, macaws….

                I’d never heard of a Quaker Parrot. She sounds quite endearing. I’m very sorry for your loss and I hope you’ll share pictures some time.

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              2. One of the very amusing things about this breed is that they build stick nests — and have learned to build them next to human sources of heat. So they are actually colonizing Connecticut (next to power pole transformers) and have made it up to upstate NY.

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              3. I’ve seen some of their huge nest builds, in Youtube videos.

                And they are massive!

                I created a nesting-perch for Peaches, by affixing a little ladder horizontally up near the roof of her main cage.

                She was constantly fidgeting with it, rearranging the small dish towels and such, that I would give her.

                So I learned about her species penchant for nest-building, first hand.

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              4. She was very sweet, Syl.

                Well…for the most part.

                She could also be cantankerous and deliver a very painful bite, on occasion.

                She was usually very nice to me, though.
                Prolly because I was the one who primarily fed her, cleaned up her messes and gave her daily baths.

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              1. A Quaker parrot, CDH.

                They are not very big, and are called a ‘parakeet’ by some.
                But they have the personality and decibel level of parrot.

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              2. I can believe it, CDH…about them being ‘naturalized’.

                Even though they originated in the tropics, our Quaker would grow these double-downy feathers in the winter.

                She was in a house that is warm for the most part…
                But it’s kind of drafty, and we often leave a door open if we are carrying things in or out.

                This was enough exposure to the cold, to trigger the growth of down at the base of her feathers.

                It’s a really cool adaptation that they have.

                Once I noticed that this was happening, I took care not to let the house get too warm…lest she get overheated.

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      1. Oh man…hot grease…that’s the worst!
        It keeps on burning while you’re trying to wash it off — and you have to use warm water to get it off, which hurts more.

        The things we endure for bacon!

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      2. Yeah, I had plenty of time to reflect on the fact that boiling water (at atmospheric pressure) pretty much tops out at 212F. There was a story I read once where someone tried to grab his watch falling into a deep fryer — that’s about 350F. Hot bacon grease would probably not be good.

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            1. Quick cold for burns is still the best treatment! Especially ice water. Did y’all have to go to such painful lengths to prove it?!

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            2. An “old time” treatment for skin burns…one that my family used for generations with success…is strong brewed, cool (or cold) tea applied with a soft cloth. It has to do with the tannic acid in the tea. Immediately soothes and prevents blisters. We used it for sunburns, and I can personally attest to that.
              Of course, my maternal grandma was a great believer in aloe Vera and always had a plant or two growing wherever she lived.
              PS….isn’t it nice we can post about parrots and little accidents (sorry, Coothie!) instead of the carnage being done to our country? Mental health break.


              1. Tea bags on sunburn — now that goes way back for me. Like Bear Mountain State Park. 😄


  3. You can hear the disappointment in the “reporters” that DC is quiet tonight. I’m so thankful it’s not going to be a repeat of last night….not much sleep, woke up and prayed several times.

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      1. I hope it’s far away from you too, Kea.

        It’s got to be unnerving, to see it happening in areas near you.

        The little pukes tried to do this stuff here in OK…but our governor quashed it, pronto.
        Curfew + arrests + increased presence of LEO’s & Guardsmen = all quiet.

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        1. It is thanks for asking. Truth be told I’ve seen nothing where I live. Some businesses are closing early. I’ve got people where I live ready and willing is all I’m saying.

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      1. Oh good!

        Reports are, that 4 police officers were shot.
        Some of the other vids I’ve seen had what sounded like a lot of gunfire going off.

        So I hope it all stays very far away from wherever you are.

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  4. Greetings beloved Q-Treepers! My kids & I just got back from an extended Memorial Day trip in Northern Michigan, mostly off the grid, & discovered basically the world even more on fire than when we last checked in. Now I’ve got lots of Q-Tree catch up reading to do!

    May God Bless each & every one of you & protect you, your families, your loved ones, your property, & your communities. Do not despair…Light will Always overcome darkness!!! In Jesus’ Love…

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  5. If this is his calm game face, I would hate to see General milley’d angry dad look!

    Mark Irons (@MarkIronsMedia) Tweeted:
    #GenMilley also tells me his message to the #NationalGuard: “Allow freedom to assemble, and freedom of speech, that’s perfectly fine…”

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      1. juvenile behavior also… “I make the rules, it’s my game!”

        I despise twitter and all forms of “chatter” … it has given voice to the brainless… and theirs has become the loudest. A few shouting over a group of many gives the “appearance” of majority when there’s only audio… illusion! which is what the Deep State excels at (slime media is excellent example of illusion… they are still shouting their lies (disinformation is so yesterday)…

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          1. But not when my brainless chatter is reduced to mute, and their’s is cranked up to shouting, and goes across the internet while mine disappears… creating an illusion of division. That’s NOT freedom.


        1. You might like the following quote by Carlos Osweda (Thomas Wictor) in his tweet posted by FG&C below:

          “Social media is making people lose IQ points by double-digit increments.”…

          That and the character limits are destroying the English language (and others) 100 or so bytes at a time…

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          1. Thanks Cuppa… I saw that thread with the quote. At the risk of sounding like the ol’ lady shouting “Get off my lawn” – I dislike all social media, find it all ego-driven.

            btw Brian Cates and others have said again and again that Carlos is NOT Wictor. I don’t believe it either. I followed Wictor when he first started and the persona is not even the same. Carlos uses the photo of Wictor and Roseanne… but he is not Thomas.


    1. QUOTE:

      “In a sign of how important DOJ views the underlying constitutional issues in the case, the formal brief to the appellate court wasn’t just signed by the line attorney managing the government’s case. Instead, it was signed by:
      Noel J. Francisco, the Solicitor General of the United States who is tasked with representing the U.S. government in the most important appellate cases across the country;
      Brian A. Benczkowski, the Assistant Attorney General and head of DOJ’s entire criminal division;
      Deputy Solicitors General Jeffrey B. Wall and Eric J. Feigin;
      assistants to the Solicitor General Frederick Liu and Vivek Suri;
      Michael R. Sherwin, the acting U.S. Attorney for the District of Columbia;
      Kenneth C. Kohl, the acting Principal Assistant United States Attorney for D.C.; and
      Jocelyn S. Ballantine, the line prosecutor handling the Flynn case at trial.

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      1. Brutal smackdown by Fransisco then get to the end and read;
        “In his own response to the court, also filed on Monday afternoon, an attorney representing Sullivan argued that because DOJ’s motion to dismiss was unopposed by any of the actual parties to the case, he had a duty to become an adversary in the proceedings. ” lame 😆

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    2. Doesn’t one when sworn in as a judge, swear to uphold the Constitution of the United States?

      Can’t Sullivan be impeached for not doing so? or better yet, REMOVED?


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      1. Susan Rice can feign ‘ignorance’ of what is going on…but I’ll bet it is just an act.

        If our white hats did a raid on the Obarky bunker, they would probably find evidence of how ValJar and Co are coordinating their ‘troops’.

        Since when does a President’s Chief of Staff move in with him after he leaves office?
        I mean…how weird is that!

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        1. Not Chief of Staff…”Senior Advisor”…but point very well taken. It’s SO bazaar …yet not ONE peep from the media. If it were Trump it would be not stop speculation about his marriage, what her role actually is, etc.
          I cannot imagine under any circumstance this would be considered normal.

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  7. Local l.a. tv is showing regular programming. Local news is acting like its over esp after a massive show of force around socal.
    This was very destructive but its ending quick which makes me suspicious.
    So in my cabal pattern notation we are now watching for an aloha snackbar attack. Hopefully that branch has been cut.

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      1. Nixon is/was a lesbian & in that Sex & the City show (I think), & in the movie the Pelican Brief. Steve Carrel has been in a lot of stuff, known for “Michael Scott” in the US version of The Office. Don’t know about Q but I think Oswalt is a known & unapologetic pedo…

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    1. Thread by Sen. Tom Cotton:
      To those who claim the military has no role in stopping anarchists and other criminals from tearing apart our cities: read a book.

      The military has intervened to maintain public order since the Whiskey Rebellion. Here are a few recent examples.

      In 1957, President Eisenhower ordered soldiers to enforce integration of Little Rock schools against a racist mob.

      This was a dark episode in my state’s history, but Ike was right: “Mob rule cannot be allowed to override the decisions of the courts.”…

      In 1967, President Johnson ordered the 82nd and 101st Airborne to stop deadly race riots in Detroit.

      LBJ: “We will not tolerate lawlessness… This Nation will do whatever it is necessary to do to suppress and to punish those who engage in it.”…

      The next year, 13,000 troops were called to protect Washington, D.C. from riots that erupted after the murder of Martin Luther King, Jr.

      The city didn’t recover for decades, but federal troops staunched the bleeding.…

      In 1992, President George H.W. Bush ordered the Army’s 7th Infantry and 1,500 Marines to quell the Rodney King riots burning down LA.

      Bush 41 knew that King had been unjustly treated—“what I saw made me sick”—but he knew deadly riots would only multiply the victims.

      The carnage caused by domestic terrorists and other criminals threatens all law-abiding citizens, including peaceful protestors.

      We must do everything possible within the law to restore peace in the streets—that mission can and should include our troops.

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    2. She would be the very first to scream to high heaven if any of her properties were attacked. Want to bet Chelsea and family have fled NYC for safer grounds?

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  8. Well, I just experienced a freaky coincidence.

    I was talking with someone here about the TV series “Connections” written/presented by James Burke. It came out in the early 1980s, and its theme boils down to all the different connections between technological advances; he likes to show how totally unrelated-looking things are in fact related.

    The very first episode, he wanted to emphasize how fragile modern civilization is. So he started out in New York City…walking across the World Trade Center plaza, you know, the one that’s not there any more, and eventually he gets into an elevator and goes to the observation deck–again, the one that’s not there any more. That was literally the opening shot and sequence of the entire series.

    So then he tells the story of the power outage of 1965. One of the things that happened, of course, was a plane on final at JFK airport lost its ILS signal because all of the power at the airport went out. The pilot had to abort the landing, and finding himself heading towards a blacked-out Manhattan and NOT wanting to hit any skyscrapers, executed a fairly steep and abrupt turn.

    It was Scandinavian Airlines Flight 911.

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  9. Holy crap!

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    1. Confined to the Olive Corridor around police headquarters. That’s downtown, and there’s not much there other than police headquarters. I used to drive Olive into downtown a lot. It’s a big, wide street with next to no traffic until you get to 14th.

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            1. A second to the opening of Saving Private Ryan…

              But then anything would be a second to that.

              I saw SPR in the theater with a friend who has seen the elephant…and he said SPR was a bit too close to real for comfort.

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              1. Coming up on D-Day, the logical day to watch it.

                Though as often as not I will watch “Longest Day” instead. I have a thing for the more “documentary” style old-school war movies.

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        1. For both of you who might be wondering….

          For computers, “ftp” is “file transfer protocol” — It’s a very old-school method of uploading or downloading files from the internet. By contrast, “sftp” is the secure file transfer protocol — — which requires the files to be validated with a certificate.

          Nobody in their right mind would now use ftp instead of sftp — there are too many ways this could introduce badness into your network.

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  10. KTLA (@KTLA) Tweeted:
    Dr. Anthony Fauci, one of the most prominent members of the White House coronavirus task force, said on Monday that he has not spoken to or met with President Donald Trump in two weeks.​

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  11. There is hope & a future!

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              1. (to the tune of Scarborough Fair)

                Wheatietoo, those weapons are prime…

                [goes back and ducks and covers under old sheet music…]

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      1. They’re just experts at advanced Physics…

        Didn’t Einstein say all time is relative….

        (OK, OK, I know he didn’t, but they seem to think so 🙂 )…..

        Heyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy Schrödinger!!!!! Whaddidya do with my cat?????!!!!!”

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  12. Tom Fitton tweet about “Seditious conspiracy.” The Columbus Ohio Police tweeted this: “This bus was stopped yesterday at Broad St. & 3rd due for obstruction of traffic. There was a suspicion of supplying riot equipment to rioters. Detectives followed up w/a vehicle search today & found: bats, rocks, meat cleavers, axes, clubs & other projectiles. Charges pending.”

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    1. They reported on Fox that police are even finding “bats wrapped in barbed wire”.
      These little pukes are there to terrorize people, destroy property and cause mayhem!
      They are NOT “peaceful protestors”.

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      1. I thought one needed a “Permit” to hold a protest (they make Trump Supporters get one)?

        Silly me… not necessary in DIM-controlled areas, right.

        One can beat up the proprietor of a small business because his prices are too high in your opinion, and call it a “Protest”

        Still think a lot of these rioters are high on something… it ain’t jes the $$$ … ex-prisoners? released by the DIMs because of COVID? (just talkin’ out loud here)

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  13. Eric Carmen tweets:

    So…. “Impeachment” was just a place holder for the “Virus,” which was just a placeholder until they could set up the “Insurrection.” I think I’ve got it, now……

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      1. For anyone who enjoys that song, but could do without the 1980s production ‘values’ (computer drums, synthesizer, etc.), here is a more subdued contemporary take.


        1. Forgive me, but now I’ve got “Colonel Sanders’ Thighs” going through my head…..

          (well-done vid, not overproduced or anything)…

          Got me looking at Harland Sanders. I don’t think ANY of today’s snowflakes would survive the first five or ten years of his hard life, let alone the rest of it… Bonus points: Duncan Hines is not just a cake mix…
          (more infos at Wackpedia and other sources)…


    1. Why does she have a rat’s nest on her head?

      Oh, I get it, it’s a ‘riot handle’.

      Just grab her by that tuft of hair, then push down so she’s bent over at the waist, face down, and lock your elbow, and the officer has complete physical control over her.

      They should all put ‘riot handles’ on their heads, something convenient to grab them by 👍

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        1. And, softly playing in the background, is the new electronically-assisted duo of Richard Burton and Joe Biden singing “How To Handle A Woman”, from Camelot….

          (Runs off as the DEMONicRAT choir and Roddy McDowell join forces in “The Seven Deadly Virtues”…)….


  14. The top video shows the press curs scrambling to keep up with our VSG when he walked out of the White House last evening.

    They didn’t know what was going on.

    The 2nd video is good, though…it’s a Q-friendly video and looks like it was made by one of our Anons.






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    1. So the Portland ANTIFA was using the ‘Q Center’ to ‘make hand sanitizer’

      One of the Anons think it may have also been used to make napam which is stupid easy to make. There are several recipes available on the net.


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      1. I was wondering if the bulk of those young, duped Antifa types were drawn from college classes of certain professors, & if those connections could be made & exposed…

        Who supplied the bottles & the gas? Was that staged just like the bricks, stones, & railroad spikes (as reported on Detroit radio)?

        Awfully convenient that Dem leaders got people across the country (& around the world) to religiously cover their faces Just Before anarchist riots go nationwide by face-covered Antifa types…hmmm…Deep Staters get the people to create the masses that the Antifa types can just faded into & “disappear” after their “mischief” is done…how Machiavellian!


        1. I think the DEMONicRATS are trying to frame the AntiFa movement as being only in the USA.

          It’s not.

          It’s all over Europe, and it was founded in Germany (along with Hitler, as Wolf has posted). These demos, etc. ARE going worldwide, because the socialist/commie/Marxist/Satanist (but I repeat myself multiple times) movements are ALL connected.

          And Gyorgi Schwartz is but one of the “masters”. And he has “masters”, too. He has a *cough* warm eternity ahead of him unless he changes…

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          1. It would be amazing if even One of these steeped in darkness types got saved, even a death bed conversion, & handed their keys to the “kingdom” to the good guys…Nothing is impossible with the Lord!


  15. “#GenMilley also tells me his message to the #NationalGuard: “Allow freedom to assemble, and freedom of speech, that’s perfectly fine…” ”


    Unless it’s American Christians trying to go to church.

    The extremely compromised and corrupt chief Injustice Roberts said no dice.

    Can’t wait until he is exposed, arrested and frog-marched in ankle and waist chains.

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  16. The curfew didn’t work in NYC…and the NYPD took a beating last night.


    It’s obvious that Deblasio wants this…it’s like he is daring Pres Trump to send troops in.

    Of course, then, Deblasio would use that to declare PTrump a “dictator”.

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    1. Did he say “troops”?

      I know which parts of the military I’d send in first. 😉

      Imagine ANTIFA disappearing off the streets in NYC as if an infestation of “Aliens” had taken over Brooklyn.

      That can happen RIGHT NOW.

      By the way, I’m nowhere near Brooklyn, and yet we were hearing military aircraft of ALL KINDS last night.

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    2. I am confused here – didn’t PT say – if you cannot handle it – I will send in the military?

      I believe PT will send in the military to assist the NYPD – and this will demonstrate DeBozo’s incompetence more than his dictatorship – the left gets everything backwards – think boomerang!

      It would be nice if the military could arrest that traitor while they are restoring order, too!!!

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    1. In case anyone missed FG&C’s explanation, here is a similar one.

      “…Ball call The carrier pilot’s radio call to the LSO on final approach, as he rolls into the “groove” and sights the ball. The call includes the aircraft’s callsign, type, and fuel state, which the Arresting Gear Officer will use to set the gear’s braking power. For example, “Thunder 204, Hornet, Ball, State Three Point Five” – meaning the aircraft’s an F/A-18 (a “Hornet”) of the squadron using the “Thunder” callsign, with 3,500 pounds of fuel. The LSO may answer “Roger, ball” and Roger Ball has become the prototypical name for a carrier pilot….”

      So things are still on course and the ‘Storm’ is just about to make a ‘landing’ square on top of the Deep State’s heads.

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  17. Tucker Carlson was critical of our “leaders” in his monologue last night…critical of their handling of the mayhem, so far.

    He was doing okay, in criticizing squishes like Nikki Haley and Carly Fiorino.
    But then…he criticized Pres Trump.

    So for me, that was like FULL STOP.
    Say what, Tucker?

    Here is his monologue, so you can see for yourself.
    He said a lot of stuff that I can agree with…but his criticism of Pres Trump is way off!

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          1. I would also imagine Tucker has a ‘leash’ aka CONTRACT that allows Fox to reel him in and give him their marching orders as needed. Notice the back stab was carefully place to do as much damage to President Trump as possible.

            Hannity & Dobbs have been in place for so long they have contracts that allow a lot more license in what they can say.

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      1. Tucker really tore into Jared Kushner!

        Did you see that part?
        It’s toward the end.

        I’m not sure what to make of that.

        Right now, I’m pissed off at Tucker enough to look sideways at his condemnation of Kushner.

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        1. The Deep State really hates Jared Kushner because President Trump uses him instead of the State Department. Remember he was doing a lot of the negotiations in the Middle East at the beginning of 2017. In that way NOTHING LEAKED. NOTHING GOT DERAILED.

          Carlos/Thomas wrote a bit about that a while ago.

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          1. Thanks, Gail.
            Yeah, I was aware of PTrump using Kushner a lot, for handling Middle East things…

            But I didn’t know that DS/State Dept hated him for it.
            Makes sense, though.

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            1. Remember they held up his security clearance until they got the boot up the A… The President can give a clearance to who ever he pleases. The YSM was screaming about it at the time.

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    1. I believe they attempted to orient Tucker to MAGA and he never fully got it or the patriots never fully trusted him. So Tucker is now controlled opposition. He pulled a strange one last night. That diatribe of weird comments indicated to me he is scared, that he has been threatened by the evil doers.

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        1. Just want to interject this…

          Most normies (and lots of Trump Supporters) STILL watch the BORG…

          The Borg spews photos and info 2/7 … during the so-called protests peeps are being told POTUS is doing nothing. How many peeps do you think know what form of government we have? How many KNOW that States are supposed to control this sort of anarchy… either on their own, or by ask POTUS for help? How often does the Borg show POTUS speaking?

          The optics, the narrative is……………………….. POTUS should control the rioting.

          Tucker was expressing what the average person sees on TV…

          [Please don’t throw tomatoes at me!]

          I don’t watch the BORG, so I really don’t know what I’m talking about.

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    2. OK – let me spill this out – I don’t have time right now for an article – too much CRAP today – but it’s critical that I make this complex point.

      Here are some truths I will explain:

      Tucker is right about EVERYTHING he says, but he needs some additional thinking which I will explain, because he cannot see some very cunning communist strategy which I figured out here. Jared Kushner actually sees it, too, and clearly Trump sees it. Thank God Jared is there to see this stuff.

      Trump HELD HIS FIRE – that is a VERY important and different thing from not doing anything.

      Tucker did NOT directly compare Trump to Nero – he gave a VERY valid warning about Nero. Everything Tucker is saying is true – even that Kushner is leading Trump in what appears to be the wrong direction – AS WOULD WOLF MOON!!!

      Tucker IS (and I say this as a 100% supporter of Tucker here) “controlled opposition” – and once you see how the very smart and EVIL people behind ANTIFA did it, you will be amazed and angry at how LITERALLY evil they are. They DROVE Tucker in one direction and then FOUGHT Trump in the other.

      There are MANY kinds of controlled opposition. In theory, ALL opposition is controlled, just by BEING in opposition. But set that theory aside to think in a general way about positively/actively and negatively/reactively controlled opposition, as the phenomenon of doing something that makes the other side act or react in a certain way. It is PSYCHOLOGY – and using violence, fear, sex, anger – primal stuff – gets past our reasoning and RE-DICTATES THE BASIS OF OUR LOGIC.

      When ANTIFA attacked Tucker Carlson DIRECTLY and PERSONALLY – in his home – they understood fully that this would make him hyper-vigilant against ANTIFA and rioting. The left KNEW that this day was coming, and attacking Tucker Carlson was literally preparation for it, although that reasoning never resided with ANYBODY lower than George or Alex Soros, IMO. ANTIFA is an amazing TOOL to pull off this kind of stuff, but that is all they are – a 4GW tool, designed by the KGB.

      Bear in mind ANTIFA’s first main use. CREATING HITLER. Yes – the big picture historical FACT is that ANTIFA – a tool of Stalin, succeeded in bringing down Germany as a powerful, world-leading democratic nation, by creating REACTIVE OPPOSITION which exceeded their wildest dreams.

      I am sure that Jared gets this in the same way I do, but that is not the thing that Jared gets here that is important. THAT is driving Trump in the opposite direction on how/when to deal with rioting.

      People are making a distinction between ANTIFA and Black Lives Matter which is subtle and not entirely complete, because “Black Lives Matter” is being used as a handy name for something different, and that is really black Americans as a whole.

      The RADICAL LEFT is trying to pull black America BACK AWAY from Trump. Remember – Kushner was the ACTUAL Trump election campaign strategist in 2016. He understands what is needed to win 2020, and he is doing the right thing by breaking black voters away from Democrats. Kushner has a great strategy, and I am NOT going to spill all of it that I understand.

      The Democrats, as usual, are using wicked crisis psychology to keep both blacks and whites on their plantation, afraid of or angry at the MYTHICAL BOOGEYMAN KLAN REPUBLICANS off the plantation.

      Yes, I agree with Tucker – we need LOGICAL thinking, and I ABSOLUTELY LOVE his harsh words for Republicans I love and respect, like Mike Pence (doing his perfect straight man for POTUS) and Nikki Haley (emotional thinker par excellence). We need all of these people. We need to understand that black American have been scared, once again, by Democrat LIES.

      A guy who happens to be black was killed – MURDERED – IMO using fentanyl and a choke hold. This was a very evil, high-level, elimination of a risk of some kind – probably a witness or informant on a dirty Muslim operation protected by Ilhan Omar and Keith Ellison. There is SOME possibility that we will get real justice here, but this murder is so slick, and so evil, that the “easy” explanation of BLACK GUY TAKING DRUGS will take hold, and it is almost useless to fight it – very easy to give up and take a more believable narrative.

      As an aside, NEVER take drugs, because it opens up plausibility on overdose, suicide, etc. In addition to ALL the other reasons.

      In any case, LOGIC says that all of this – absolutely all of it – is wrong, and Tucker is brave enough to say it. This is why ANTIFA hates him – Tucker gets it all. HOWEVER, we are in an emergency situation. This is yet another scurrilous attack on Trump, designed to drive him. We have to allow him some DODGE ROOM. That means be emotional about an AMERICAN CITIZEN, protected by the Constitution, being very likely MURDERED by police.


      Think about it. LOGIC. Something is wrong with policing, and I suspect Democrats who pushed LE as controlled opposition are behind it.


      And yet why should I not be OUTRAGED and angry that one more citizen – very likely a WITNESS like ME – I said ***** LIKE ME ***** – DIED in the care of cops, most of whose patrol cars, every day, are the SAFEST place one can be?

      So – I’m with Tucker, I’m with Jared, I’m NOT with Nero, but MOST OF ALL I’M WITH TRUMP. We are absolutely right to be outraged by deaths in police custody, but WRONG to allow violence to be justified by violence. THAT is communist. THAT is wrong and must be punished SEVERELY.

      Those behind the bricks and riots need to see life in prison.

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        1. I tell you, the other side just does NOT LET UP. But I really think Trump has done a remarkable job of dealing with everything the other side has thrown at him.

          Trying to take out Trump, day after day for 4 1/2 years, the left has now set him up to send TROOPS into blue states, and THOSE GOVERNORS are the bad guys.

          Think about THAT!!! 😀

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            1. We go through instances where it looks like Trump can’t even comb his hair, much less play checkers, but then BOOM – the 64D TEAM CHESS becomes apparent, and Sun Tzu himself nods and smiles from stone.

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      1. When one can fully what is presented above, one can never go back to childish ways.

        This is an excellent synopsis of what IS, Wolf – whether we like it or not. we should know better – many of us followed AJ around like he was the greatest thing since sliced bread – at the time – we did not even know what ‘controlled opposition’ was – so we blindly followed a guy we ‘thought’ was saying what we could not say – until – he went to Bohemian Grove – and the veil was lifted.

        Fox is no different than any of the others – they allow Hannity and Dobbs to spew out whatever – because if they did not – the rest of their programming would go the CNN way – Tucker was a plant – to lure in the Trump Supporters into thinking they had a ‘fighter’ in their corner – however – this is not the first time Tucker has shown his handler – garnering sympathy from the attack on his home – let more lemmings in.

        Communist tactics are nothing new – history has recorded it – and the censors have deleted it – but, their agenda remains the same – total control of the populace – and elimination of those who do not comply.

        Thanks, Wolf – for compiling as much as you could in this post – we need to read and heed it often.


  18. No surprise here.


    In 2018, Minnesota’s Attorney General Keith Ellison received a $100,000 campaign donation from the S0R0S family.

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      1. Buying a Get Out Of Jail Free card. Or maybe a 100-pack.

        Monopoly money, as it were…

        But those cards don’t work on the Mil-Spec version of the board…..


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  20. Some really good threads on Californicate Riots by Carlos:

    Two Short threads:

    And then a longer thread:

    “Just this second, everything went back to normal.

    Civilian air traffic resumed, and the freight trains started blowing their horns again.

    For about two and a half hours, absolutely everything was gone….”

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  21. new bar owner had his bar destroyed by rioters before he could even open–had no insurance yet. rioters totally destroyed his dream…he started a go fund me to rebuild—now it’s at almost a million dollars!
    Editor’s note: A ray of hope in these troubled times is that nearly 12,000 donors have contributed almost a million dollars to a GoFundMe for Korboi Balla, who lost his unopened bar in the Minneapolis riots. Here’s an article from The Daily Caller News Foundation sharing Balla’s story.

    A black firefighter who invested his life savings into opening up a sports bar in Minneapolis was reduced to tears after looters destroyed his life’s work.

    Korboi Balla originally planned to open his bar in March, but those plans had to be put on hold due to the coronavirus crisis. Balla had been gearing up to finally open his bar after Minnesota gave the go-ahead for restaurants to begin reopening on June 1.

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  22. Brian Cates has a couple new threads:

    (I needed this laugh…)

    Dear Progressive Leftists:

    The argument about the 2nd Amendment & citizens being able to be armed with semi-automatic rifles is over.

    You lost it.

    Love & Kisses, @drawandstrike…

    Van Grack & Co. pulled a bluff on everybody.

    Writing new column right now on how there is no way Weissman, Van Grack & did not immediately realize on being handed this case by the FBI that this was a total frame job….

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              1. Awww…must be God needs to water the trees, bushes, and spring flowers, Pat – another ‘hug your honey’ night here – late Spring here – flowers are not complaining – odd weather – but, God is Good!!!

                Have a Happy, Baking Day!!! HUGS!!!

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              2. HUGS back to you sweetie!
                currently I am watching a hen turkey dust herself in the small mound of dirt beside the garden…with the very wet conditions of late there is more mud than dirt and she tried dusting herself in the driveway, but alas too much gravel and stones to be comfortable I suppose…lol…

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              3. Awww…poor dear – God knows – He will provide some respite for her – how wonderful you are watching the animals around you – many miss these little blessings – 🙂

                * Receiving warm hugs * Thanks!!!

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              4. I was washing dishes and she flew by my window–ever see a turkey fly? they are HUGE…lol…she landed and strolled around the pond, then made her way to the garden. when she found the dirt pile, she settled in. I love watching the animals here!

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              5. That is so awesome, Pat! Haven’t seen ‘Chipper’ lately – but, I did see one little one on my front porch shivering – not sure if he was scared or cold – “Chipper’ is so quick I often miss him – 🙂 It is fun watching them – 3rd nest of baby birds – poor mom – she is constantly stuffing their faces – lol – it has been a busy Spring thus far!

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              6. True, Pat – it was a long winter – but, I am not complaining – sometimes, Spring flies by too quickly – with no time to enjoy – this year it is lasting longer – and I am loving it!!!

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    1. Wonder how they explain away the hyper-rich warlords and slave-owners in Africa, the Middle-East, and South America?

      They are quite obviously not white.

      But then, that wouldn’t fit their (don’t confuse me with facts) narrative…

      Ever wonder why the term “non-Hispanic white” came about…….


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