Dear KAG: 20200804 Open Thread

Cover image: Transom, Dining room, Laurelton Hall, Long Island, New York, leaded glass, c. 1915, Louis Comfort Tiffany, American, currently owned by The Charles Hosmer Morse Museum of American Art, Winter Park, Florida.

Quick note: for today, please address all issues with DA BIN and such to Wolf. Thanks.

And now for some fear porn instructions. How to be afraid…it’s an art.

This popped into my feed at just the right time. Yep, music is a universal language.

And a reminder to take the pledge:

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.”

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


From SUNDAY’s Mass readings. The Prophet Isaiah, Chapter 55, verses 1-3.

Thus says the LORD:
All you who are thirsty,
come to the water!
You who have no money,
come, receive grain and eat;
Come, without paying and without cost,
drink wine and milk!
Why spend your money for what is not bread;
your wages for what fails to satisfy?
Heed me, and you shall eat well,
you shall delight in rich fare.
Come to me heedfully,
listen, that you may have life.
I will renew with you the everlasting covenant,
the benefits assured to David.

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

455 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200804 Open Thread

      1. So, what did she leave you with to accomplish your mission? An amulet, a fragmentary text in Aramaic, a half-burned map, faded fedora, and a whip?

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            1. We were on the upper Meramec. Talk about a pre-beginner float. Although, it was about two and a half feet higher than normal. I still steered. And steering with my sister in the front seat is a lot like dancing with two partners who like to lead.


  1. I decided to foray into GIMP today. It’s headache inducing, but here’s the product.

    I made a few substitutions for the signs carried at a BLM goat-rope.

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    1. Congrats on a successful GIMP foray! Ain’t it great to know you’re not supporting a psychopathic world depopulation nut hell-bent on forcing “vaccines” on people that alter their DNA?

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  2. OK – here is a COMMENT from CTH which has some amazingly good information which ties together a LOT of things:

    FISA abuse
    Mueller Hoax
    Las Vegas Incident
    FIB set-ups of Wolf

    What is it? ONE NAME.

    kleen says:
    August 3, 2020 at 9:18 pm

    This is new to me, but maybe not new to you. This 3 are involved in setting Flynn up?

    Chertoff with Kelley & Woolsey

    Wait until people figure out the lawyer who advised Flynn to not file under FARA for his Turkey work was a board member of Odebrecht.(involved in mass corruption and currently under investigation)

    And a friend of Covington partner Michael Chertoff who pressured Flynn’s lawyers to get him to plead guilty.

    For more info, Bob Kelly a former GWBush official was a board member of Odebrecht. He advised Flynn to not register under FARA, then Flynn Intel Group hired him. He may have helped Covington decide to throw Gen. Flynn under the bus…

    Bob Kelley talked Flynn Intel Group out of registering under FARA, then carefully coordinated his statements on the issue with Covington lawyers working for Chertoff.

    Covington partner Michael Chertoff thought it was a “Home Run” for what they wanted to achieve (claiming Flynn never told him about the Turkey Op-Ed) But Bob Kelly was copied on the emails about the Op-Ed.

    It also involved former CIA Director James Woolsey going to Joe Biden in Sept. 2016 with an October Surprise against Flynn. Of course Covington tried to distance Woolsey from the FIG & the Turkey issues.

    If you haven’t figured out yet, it is the communications behind the set up of Flynn by Covington & the involvement of Chertoff with Kelley & Woolsey that are the documents that Covington refused to turn over to Powell in violation of Sullivan’s court orders.
    In 2018, Chertoff & Biden formed a transatlantic group to stop election interference. Blaming the Russians of course.

    The leaders of this group is a who’s who of the plot to rig the 2016 election & the coup. Biden, Chertoff, Calderon (corrupt former Mexican President), Natalie Jaresko (US State Dpt, Ukrainian Finance Minister, now running the Swamp’s money in Puerto Rico)
    Maybe more important is Ukrainian oligarch Victor Pinchuk who was the Clinton Foundation’s largest donor.
    A handful of reporters & a bunch of European Swamp Creatures, led by Biden, Calderon & Chertoff…

    To save us all from Russian interference in elections…
    Natalie Jaresko is a character most people have not become aware of yet. But @Avery1776 @FederalistNo78 & myself have done threads on her connections to the corruption in Ukraine.
    Former Mexican President Felipe Calderon is connected to not only Odebrecht corruption but also to El Chapo & money laundering for the Mexican cartels

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    1. Chertoff is the guy linked to the machines they’re using everywhere to scan people without visible scanners. Vegas was the “event seller” for that stuff.

      Events. They’re even so brazen. “Event 201”.

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    2. Wild.

      I rarely read the comments but I did see this and now here you are posting it.

      No offense but get out of my mind, please.

      oh, and btw, you DID see the video trailer I pointed out to you yest., yes?

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      1. This DOES explain a lot about more motives to go after Flynn. I suspect that Chertoff either figured Flynn would impinge upon his various corrupt paydays, or else he thought swamp cleanup might be dangerous to his freedom as well.

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        1. Chertoff was the majority counsel for the Senate Whitewater Committee, back in 1996.
          Remember that?

          During the hearing, it was Chertoff who ‘grilled’ Hillary.
          Her replies were mostly “I can’t recall.”

          Chertoff is an R…but he is a Bushie.

          Papa Bush appointed Chertoff as a US Attorney for New Jersey, in 1990.
          Chertoff had distinguished himself in the 80’s, working with Rudy Giuliani in prosecuting the Mafia.

          Chertoff led the prosecution in the Enron case…which was later overturned by the SCOTUS.

          Then Dubya appointed Chertoff to the US Third Circuit Court of Appeals in 2003.
          And in 2005, appointed Chertoff as head of DHS.
          Chertoff was approved by the Senate in a unanimous vote.

          Chertoff is as swampy as they come.

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      1. The cleaner

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  3. Qtree friends – an anecdote from the front line regarding Covid. First hand info from a friend whose wife, who had been seriously ill for several year and in a nursing home facility, finally died. When he went to pick up her death certificate, he noticed that – you guessed it – cause of death was listed as Covid-19. He protested to the facility, saying that this was not what she died from. They replied, “Well, we get a lot more money for our facility if we list her death as a result of the virus, so that’s why we put it on there.” Now, multiply this exact scenario over and over again, especially for those residents in nursing homes who are on their way out of this world anyway, and you can probably subtract thousands of “deaths from the virus” from the actual real totals. But, we knew this – right? SMDH….

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    1. wonder WHO’S idea it actually was to give the monetary incentive to hospitals to claim covid for as many deaths as possible? would be interesting to see if they are on any hospital boards or otherwise invested and getting kickbacks for it as well as making covid appear worse.

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    1. Update from yesterday’s HCQ pharmacy crap.

      This morning, having gotten my scrip filled by a different pharmacy since the other one cancelled, I got an auto-alert that my prescription at the original pharmacy was “ready.” So I went down to see what they would do.

      I now have two supplies of HCQ!

      I think they might have got a phone call, or they checked it out and found out they might get the hell sued out of them.


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  4. At a hotel in a national park an employee went off on POTUS in front of me after I asked some minor questions about reservations. At least 2 or 3 other covid karen employees noted, one who yelled at 2 customers without masks to get out of a store. Lets just say National parks employees do seem to lean openly left. But typical right? AntiTrump and procovid policy.
    Will drop in again soon.
    Kiddo reached into a bin today and a baby tarantula jumped out. Eek. But we were worried someone would kill it. Funny the employee didnt care.
    Escape from CA is otherwise much appreciated.
    Hope you are all well.

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      1. Many years ago, I was staying at a gf’s dad’s place up on Haines Canyon, Tujunga. A little way up from her house, there was a gate across the road, and it continued as a fire road up into the canyon. She had a horse (natch), and I’d hike up the road while she rode.

        One day, we came across an unexpected phenomena — there was a line of tarantulas crossing the road, about six inches apart, heading off the hill, across the road, and over the edge to the bottom of the canyon. We watched it for a bit, carefully stepped over, and continued. By the time we returned, it was gone. Nature has a way of doing things without government diktat.

        There was a similar time the Fiancee and I were up in Sanborn County Park, doing the “big loop” [a multi-hour tour described below*]. And, as we were going, there was this large newt on the trail. Now, mind you, you’re chuggin’ along — this is real exercise, with something like a 1200′ height change up-and-down. And this freakin’ newt was strolling along the middle of the trail. So we checked him out, made sure to step over him, and continued…..and saw a second soon after. We’d done this trail every few weeks for months, and these were the first two newts we had ever seen.

        We joked about, “well, there’s two!” — and soon encountered a third. This was getting trippy. All told, we saw 17 (yeah, I know, but really that was the count [several years before Q] on our hike). And we’ve never seen a single one since. They looked like the left one in .

        Another time we were up in the same park, there were a bunch of California orchids blooming. And, then, there weren’t. Nature.

        * “Big Loop”. Refer to map at (BTW, they changed their maps recently).

        From the parking lot (little grey area below the “t” in “Main Entrance”), proceed on to the Peterson Trail past the “busy bits) — markers 44 and 39 on their map. From there, we’d hike off onto the “Obstacle Trail” — on the previous map, it was called “unmaintained service road” — but it is still (barely) visible here as the light grey traces. If a tree falls across the trail, they don’t make space — but enough people know about it that a way through can be discerned. A while ago, I counted the number of times I had to clamber over, clamber under, or walk around specific bits, but I’ve now forgotten the exact numbers — and they were, of course, subject to change. It was a great natural workout that engaged the mind and body (or whacked you in the head).

        You pop out of this detour between markers 67 and 68 on their map, on the Sanborn Trail. You then proceed up the Sanborn until their marker 11, where you turn onto the San Andreas Trail. This is pretty much the highest elevation of this hike. From there, you just slalom down to marker 20, then improvise your way back to the parking lot.

        If you want to visit the Towd Creek Redwoods — large trees in a natural bowl with a stream that is very beautiful and Middle-Earth-ish — You just continue on the Sanborn trail about half a mile further. When the trail goes past a large toppled tree whose roots look like at attacking cephalopod, and turns away (and up) from the stream — you face a mildly strenuous climb that dumps you out on a public highway — it’s best to head back.

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        1. Speaking of the weird.

          My old, smoke short haired cat was sleeping by the door per usual. There was a small anole on the door. When it saw me it ran down across the sleeping cat and ‘hid’ by his ears. It was really funny to see this small green lizard perched on my cat’s head.

          The Carolina Anole. We usually have one hanging around the door bell. It is lit and attracts bugs.


  5. No surprise the deep state vote stealing exposed…again…

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  6. Good News! even in CA…

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    1. That is GREAT!!! And I can think of nobody better qualified to go (and I mean this sincerely). Scott’s humble service totally transcends the long-hair, LGBT activism that has been taken over by howling mobs, and has shown how we can all come together as Americans as long as we thrust anti-Americanism aside. I love what he has done to clean up neighborhoods.

      Incidentally, his info is censored by Wikipoo — — brace yourself for when you see the “reason”. We all know the real reason — he’s off the reservation.

      A lot of lefties somehow “know” that the Amish are primitive and backward. By contrast, observation will tell you that they are intelligent, sophisticated, and wise — and prepared to defend Chesterton’s Gate with arms. If the refrigerated food trucks stop delivering to inner cities, all those useless soy-boys can pontificate all they want about primitive and backward while they starve.

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      1. Love the Amish. I have Amish made harness and often went to an auction of carriages & ‘stuff’ in PA. We have a community here in NC.

        I have been invited in to talk on more than one occasion both in PA and here in NC. We could learn about the fine art of disciplining children from those people!

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  7. This is the Sundance paragraph we don’t want to REALLY think about.

    “Every public release of information from May 2017 through April 11, 2019, came from the special counsel. Neither Main Justice (AG Sessions) nor the FBI (Wray) released anything. The special counsel were releasing information in a controlled method and withholding other documents detrimental to their purpose of framing President Trump.”

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    1. What’s to think about? This isn’t news to those of us who wallow in the shitpile (D.C.).

      I’m surprised SomeDude thinks this is breaking news or sumpthin’.

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          1. Some of this explains certain things that didn’t make sense. The text messages around the Wolfe leak – those just did NOT feel “white hat” to me. They seemed wrong to release. But if the SC was WARNING people – and that includes SSCI members, allied Resist forces, or even Russians like Deripaska, then it makes sense. Of course, there was a plausible reason to do it – but the real reason may have been nastier.

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            1. I lack the insight on that, but it makes perfect sense.

              This is beginning to feel like a political Bleak House to me, but enough people are holding the center and keeping it all straight. And I thank God for them.

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    2. SD says, “The special counsel team authorized and released the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages to the public in December 2017.”

      No, it didn’t. I’ve never heard that before.

      Rosenstein is the one who released the Page/Strzok texts. As assistant AG, Rosenstein appointed Mueller on May 17, 2017. He was over Mueller, but I never considered him part of Mueller’s team. Mueller’s team interviewed Rosenstein during the summer of 2017 about the firing of James Comey.

      “The messages were discovered as part of an inquiry into the origins of the Russia investigation by the Justice Department’s office of the Inspector General, and were shared with news reporters.”

      Rosenstein released the texts because he thought Congress was going to release them and he wanted them revealed in their entirety so they would not be cherry-picked.

      I disagree with SD’s statement.

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            1. Incidentally, I think you’ve handled the Daughn issue very well (hardly a surprise, as I advocated for many parts of it, though you may have decided to do things that way before I said “boo”).

              I know that Daughn is linked on the sidebar. I don’t recall any time you spoke ill of her. I believe she could still comment here if she wanted to do so — she might even author, should she desire to. Many of your regulars also comment and engage at her blog — and some of the comments from there leak here and some from here leak there. Animosity is essentially undetectable. This is day-and-night better than how CTH seems to have dealt with dissent.

              There were a couple of days of hyperventilation and stress, but IMHO you have threaded the needle to handle this like the total champ you are. And it’s holding.

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              1. Great! Very happy to hear that people are going there! Yes, Daughn still has both membership and author privileges here, and is welcome to comment or post, but I will admit that my overall MAGA strategy is best served if her site grows, so I encourage people to go there and support her.

                There are reasons I don’t go there which I cannot address directly, but part of their overall motivation is to strengthen BOTH sites (it’s a cell growth strategy). There will be fundamental differences between the sites which can be leveraged to be optimal for MAGA. It would be BETTER if people can bring more new members THERE than here.

                I know that IN GOD WE TRUST is important, but E PLURIBUS UNUM is important, too! 😀

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      1. Here is what Sundance said earlier on the matter – January 18, 2020, which I believe is BEFORE he came to the opinion that Rod Rosenstein was allowing the Mueller SC and his deputy Tashina Gauhar to run things.

        I’m trying to see how Sundance could go from THAT conclusion to what he’s saying now. Now, SD is of the opinion that RR was basically a rubber stamp for the Mueller SC’s wishes – maybe that is what he’s saying.

        Now my question is who fed Page and Strzok to the IG???

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          1. Now THAT explains a lot. The I.G. under Obama was very likely hamstrung on investigating anything that touched DOJ-NSD, but under Trump, after he FIRED Sally Yates on or about 1/30/17, Horowitz could deal with Strzok on a general issue – he would not be protected. WOW. The DOJ (Will, who pulled a Comey and “harshly criticized but only wanted suspension) tried to protect Strzok, but Bowditch chose to FIRE him, and that is key – that tells us what was really going on. That decision will tell us a lot, and it could go any way. The Mueller group may have decided to “cut him loose” at that point, OR Bowditch was trying to restore normal order to the FBI, OR somebody above Bowditch wanted either one of those.


      2. I think this is something that’s coming. He’s HINTING.

        Here are two things SD says in that article:



        Factual Stuff That Will Help Reconcile Issues Within Spygate and The Special Counsel…

        Point 1:

        Here’s some stuff most of those who have followed the story just don’t know…. yet.

        Point 2:

        “The special counsel team authorized and released the Lisa Page and Peter Strzok text messages to the public in December 2017. It was a very smart Mueller team using a laser pointer to get their political opposition chasing remote controlled rabbits. The special counsel team controlled the remote.”


        So what I think he’s saying is that the SC office controlled that release – which also explains why so much critical stuff could not be found or recovered. The IG may have (more or less) been an initiator for it, as the SC was opposing it, but the SC somehow controlled exactly what was released.

        The question is, does SD have the goods to back that up? We will see!

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        1. i get his point–about the laser pointer–and the “lovers”. even POTUS used them in his rallies–“the lovers”–so SC focused on releasing that aspect of their relationship while hiding the damning stuff. a good magician will have you looking at the sun while stealing the moon.

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          1. YES! Much distracto!!!

            And I suspect that Trump in some ways played “bust the magician” back. He realized along the way that he could keep throwing new and different balls into Mueller and Weissmann’s phony fake juggling act to keep them busy, while he figured out how to BLOW IT (projector showing phony objects).

            The delay tactic they used, and us more or less having to play along with it, cost us the House in 2018, with keeping the Senate as our needed bottom line, but now we have THEM on record lying about the worthiness of their evidence as late as July of 2018, clearly extended to taint the 2018 election as their goal. IMO at least some of those lawyers will be going to prison, but almost certainly AFTER this election (2020).

            I’m with Sundance. They screwed us on two elections. Make this one about them going to jail.

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          1. That was a tumultuous time. Trump was under constant attack.

            Katie Walsh leaves in March.

            Priebus leaves in July, FAILING to get any action on Obamacare removal past Paul Ryno and John McBrainwash. Trump uses the rats’ intentional fails against them.

            Kelly becomes CoS in late July after “three strange days” of the inimitable Scaramucci Will You Do The Fandango.

            July 2017, Steve Bannon is talking about taking down Silicon Valley censorship. He is immediately targeted for removal, and helps his enemies in every possible way. Loose Lips Sink Ships. I blame Gottlieb and Bannon, Weaker Together. He will go in August.

            Posobiec and I both publish articles backing Bannon in late July, and both of us get leaned on in real life. We’re messing with the money now.

            The Axis of Weasel launched Charlottesville that summer, around August 12. Trump refused to concede to the media narrative of lies. Guys like Mattis were wilting [unbelievable], but Trump stood for the statues. He knew then they would come for the Founders.

            Whitaker entering the battle in September does not surprise me, but would be considered “escalation” by the other side.

            October 1, Las Vegas. FAILURE – Trump navigates the rapids and undoes the Obama trap of bump stocks and holds firm on semi-auto, instead of shrinking his base to the right. FIB narrative falls apart, leading to the firing of Andy McCabe.

            Late October – Durham comes aboard, Q starts, The Calm Before The Storm.

            December – Trump EOs target all the bad guys and Q starts taking off bigly.

            2018 – things escalate. Mueller is trying to stay alive – LIED to the courts in July to keep going. Trump is preparing to dump Sessions to get around the blockade, because Rosey won’t budge and Weissmann knows he can make it to the second half to continue the harassment as long as Rosey blocks.

            I start getting pings [spidey senses] that summer that tell me something is up. August 2018 – in an instant I walk into a set-up but figure out what’s going on and just skate out of it. Stunned, I keep it quiet until AFTER Barr is running DOJ. Likewise, a different set-up in in December, after the election, and I’m ready for that, too, but even more stunned at the level of sophistication. These are tracking ROSEY in power and Barr unconfirmed.

            Q is getting heat from Sundance, and in September I create this site. By October it’s getting used, largely over Kavanaugh. But after the election and Sessions’ firing, SD cracks down on “trusty planners”, Q followers, and “Sessionistas”, and we’re GONE.

            I like Whitaker. I’m looking forward to finding a lot more out about what he did. The disagreement with Barr before he left has always seemed key, but I don’t know exactly what it was, or if one was “righter” than the other.

            Anyway, excitement coming, methinks.

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    3. It’s tough to credit.

      If those were leaks from the Special Council why do so starting in May 2017? Strok, Page and McCabe had been caught leaking by Horowitz and but his Clinton email report doesn’t arrive till June 2018 and the Russian report till Dec 2019. So why out them and the stir up the notions of documentable bias and political favoritism at the top of the FBI and DoJ and even in the Mueller Special Council group who had them onboard from it’s earliest days.

      So the Special Council (Black Hats) purposely leaks info to the media (starting with the Page/Strok texts) that when the public examines leads to people involved directly undercuts the integrity of the Special Council (again Page/Strok)? And continues to feed this counter-narrative of impropriety at the highest levels of FBI and DoJ with continued leaks throughout the course of the Special Councils existence? How does that help them?

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      1. If we assume that Rosey was protecting the SC by basically “never saying NO to them”, and otherwise taking a very hands-off approach to them or whatever they wanted – never questioning or investigating them in any way, but just defaulting to “don’t obstruct, so that anything Trump does looks like obstruction”, then it is likely that Page and Strzok were spotted as risks because of some exposure, perhaps to the IG, and were then thrown under the bus as a getaway tactic – a psy-op that says “we are eliminating bias”.

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        1. And this is what I believe in my studies of it, wolf. As you know, every soldier is subject to sacrifice on the battlefield for the good of the mission. Doesn’t matter if the mission was for good or evil intent. What I am not yet certain of is whether RR continued as a black hat until he was moved out, or, if in the middle he was turned and used to complete the sting that PDT obviously (to me at least) instituted against the keystone cops. I want to believe the later.

          PDT will go down in history as the VSGPOTUS we know him to be as well as the greatest counterpuncher in the history of politics and world affairs. I feel blessed to have lived to observe him at work.

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          1. I think Trump realized that he had to make the Barr switch when he realized Rosey was just going to sit there and say “yes” to Mueller, and Sessions was just going to stay hands-off on Rosey per se. Yeah, Sessions was likely working as much stuff for Trump as he could, but he was 100% blind on whatever the Tash Gauhar Takeover was telling Rosey needed to be in the Special Counsel’s “purview”. Neither Sessions nor Rosey was going to stand up to abusive lawfare by the SC. Only Barr could come in and say WTH to Weissmann’s “get Trump” fishing expedition, already on shaky legal ground since January 2017, yet still running due to to Rosey’s deference of “whatever Mueller wants” to Holder’s lieutenant, Tash Gauhar, the recipient of the Holder Tweets.

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        2. Wolf, I’m of the opinion that Mr. Rosenstein allowed the SC to do whatever they wanted.
          He testified to that under oath a few weeks ago.
          What if Mr. Rosenstein permitted this nefarious activity in order to watch/investigate what the players were doing?
          ‘We caught them, We caught them all’!!!!

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          1. I used to think that, until I realized that THEY are the ones driving a delay game, and it’s working. We are also REACTING to their delay game, and adapting to it, and we do play the delay tactic ourselves, but only to advance Trump’s overall game.

            I believe that SD’s observation that the other side cozied Sessions up to his own virtue signal to stand still for delay [recusal] driven by them is the SAME THING they are doing to us. Our virtue signals are peace and patience. At FIRST those were radical and threw the other side for a loop, when we would not take fighting bait and rush-job bait, but now THEY are adapting to our new tactics.

            Justice delayed is justice denied. Q gets this, actually. But Q does not TELL US exactly how to fight it, like the left tells its minions.

            Rosie, overall, was on track to help the coup plotters win, absent a switch in A.G. It is only because the White House KILLED the Mueller phony probe, no thanks to Sessions, no thanks to Rosenstein, saying NO to chasing the Trump family – clearly set up by the prior administration – that Trump is not RIGHT NOW being hounded by that RAT Weissmann.

            You see, the irony here is that we needed patience, but not too much. Q is very good at keeping us patient, but when we need to be aggressive, WE ourselves have to boil stuff up. Social media keeps that down, but Q says use backrooms (chans, Parler, Gab) that we keep free to boil it up.

            Anyway, we have to get loud, noisy, and not complacent with their B.S. Peaceful, patient, but intolerant of unnecessary delays in justice. SUNLIGHT is needed – it helps a LOT.

            We need laser focus on the actual crimes and the actual criminals. OUT. IN. THE. OPEN. Sundance is helping that happen. Just like he helped KILL the Mueller farce by urging the Barr Switch (though not knowing who would be the replacement).

            “Trust Sundance” is my real position – still filled with all the irony of which I speak. And extra irony because it’s just like Q, and we could take a lesson from that. Intolerance of the imperfection of Q’s “trust” statements is something that bugs us as unworthy of the thinking mind, as it should. UNDERSTANDING IS IMPORTANT. Overall trust which tolerates differences and imperfections over time is a STRENGTH our side has. We need to rely on it. Overall, trust is IN GOD, which constantly reminds us that the TRUST IN GOD is long game. Everything we do is short-game next to that.

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          2. This is where I am with it.

            Go back in history to 1993 in the Southern District of New York, and the BCCI case that Bill Clinton ordered shut down. There’s A LOT of familiar names on the list of prosecutors whose work on that was trashed. IIRC, Rosie, Barr, and Comey were on it. And that’s not the only time some of those people were double crossed by the deep state.

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  8. Post 10175165
    >>10173713 (pb notable)
    POTUS pronounces plasma “plos-ma”: Anon finds connected study on CV

    Please add working link:

    Link to PDF:

    >note the last highlight:

    Competing Interests: The authors have declared that no competing interests exist.

    What about Fauxi?

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      1. Worth a read. THIS is the basic caution against SARS-1 vaccines. SARS-2 is very similar – the danger should be here, too.

        This combined experience provides concern for trials with SARS-CoV vaccines in humans. Clinical trials with SARS coronavirus vaccines have been conducted and reported to induce antibody responses and to be ‘‘safe’’ [29,30]. However, the evidence for safety is for a short period of observation. The concern arising from the present report is for an immunopathologic reaction occurring among vaccinated individuals on exposure to infectious SARS-CoV, the basis for developing a vaccine for SARS. Additional safety concerns relate to effectiveness and safety against antigenic variants of SARS-CoV and for safety of vaccinated persons exposed to other coronaviruses, particularly those of the type 2 group. Our study with a VLP SARS vaccine contained the N protein of mouse hepatitis virus and Bolles, et al., reported the immunopathology in mice occurs for heterologous Gp2b CoV vaccines after challenge [25]. This concern emanates from the proposal that the N protein may be the dominant antigen provoking the immunopathologic reaction.

        Because of well documented severity of the respiratory disease among infants given an inactivated RSV vaccine and subsequently infected with RSV that is considered to be attributable to a Th2-type immunopathologic reaction and a large number of studies in the Balb/c mouse model that have described and elucidated many components of the immunopathologic reaction to RSV vaccines, the similarity to the SARS-CoV vaccine evaluations in Balb/c mice supports caution for clinical vaccine trials with SARS-CoV vaccines in humans. Of interest are the similar occurrences in C57BL/6 mice and in ferrets and nonhuman primates that provide alternative models for elucidating vaccine-induced mechanisms for occurrences of Th2 immunopathologic reactions after infection. As indicated, strong animal model evidence indicates expression of the N protein by SARS-CoV vector vaccines can induce sensitization leading to a Th2–type immunopathology with infection. In contrast to our results, those studies did not find clear evidence of the Th2 type immunopathology on challenge of mice given a vector vaccine for the S protein. The finding of a Th-2-type pathology in our studies in animals immunized with an rDNA-produced S protein is unequivocal. In this regard, animal model studies with FIPV in cats and RSV in mice have indicated that viral surface proteins may be the sensitizing protein of inactivated vaccines for immunopathology with infection [32,45]. This suggests that presentation of the S protein in a vector format may direct immune responses in a different way so that sensitization does not occur.

        Limitations of the present studies include their performance in mice only and uncertainty of the relevance of rodent models to SARS-CoV vaccines in humans. Additionally, a more intense study for virus replication including quantitative RT-PCR assays might have confirmed the probability that virus replication is required for induction of the immunopathology after vaccination. Evaluations of mechanisms for the immunopathology, including immunoglobulin and cytokine responses to vaccines and tests for antigen-antibody complexes in tissues exhibiting the reaction, could have strengthened the Th2-type immunopathology finding. Finally, a successful study with a Th1-type adjuvant that did not exhibit the Th2 pathology after challenge would have confirmed a Th2 bias to immune responses as well as provide a potential safe vaccination approach for SARS.

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            1. I see something extremely nefarious here. I see that they are utilizing a cold-like virus and the induced pandemic to get us all vaccinated…

              And then, because cold-like viruses are endemic and we all catch them, the vaccinated (specifically the elderly) will die off much more quickly. See Italy, where they vaccinated the elderly with an experimental flu vax, and who then dropped like flies from covid.

              I do believe this is a determined plan to reduce the elderly population, which is a target of eugenicists.

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              1. Yes – the left worships $$$, power, privelege, pleasure and s-x – that’s about it. They have no value for human life – except their own.

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              2. All of which grows tiresome after awhile, thus they turn to eugenics and population control, etc.

                This is the diabolical in action in the minds of humans. It turns them into demonic creatures and assures their eventual damnation unless a genuine repentance occurs.

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              3. You said it – every word true!

                This is why they get into selling infant tissue and organs, YBT, cannibalism, torture, snuff films, human hunts, etc.

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  9. Indo-Pacific News

    #China will not accept #US ‘theft’ of #TikTok: #China Daily

    Very funny, China, the master thief of all times, particularly in the tech area, accuses US of theft……..

    Text of one additional tweet in this short thread:

    “China will not accept the “theft” of a Chinese technology company and is able to respond to Washington’s move to push ByteDance to sell short-video app TikTok’s U.S. operations to Microsoft, the China Daily newspaper said on Tuesday.”

    ……………..End text.

    It remains to be seen whether this deal is going to happen or not.

    TikTok is tainted now, since most people know it has been spying on them.
    Are they going to keep using it even if Microsoft buys it?

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  10. I was struck by lighting tonight. For reals.

    I was surfing around on Youtube and I came across this video. Saw the title and I was like, “Well now, we’ll just see about that…😏” and hit the link.



    Meet 20 year old Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, who released his first (1st) album “Kingfish” just over a year ago.

    Get this…

    In this year’s 2020 Blues Music Awards, he and his first album were named…

    Contemporary Blues Males Artist of the Year
    Instrumentalist of the Year – Guitar
    Best Emerging Artist Album
    Contemporary Blues Album of the Year

    Album of the Year

    Sounds pretty good, eh?

    Being an unabashed blues & rock guitar aficionado I am SOOO excited to have learned of this kid. Trust me when I say the upside for this kid is simply and TOTALLY ridiculous. He has already put notables like Gary Clark, Jr. and Eric Gales on notice with his first album.

    To call this young man a “prodigy” is an understatement.

    Why, you ask?

    A: He only stared playing the guitar at age 14…and in this video, he is just 17 years old…with only 3 years of playing experience. 😮😳😮

    Let that sink in.

    Enjoy. 😎


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    1. I was wondering if he writes any of his own music yet, so I went searching.
      And the answer is…Yes.

      He grew up in a musical family.
      Music legend Charley Pride is his mother’s first cousin.

      Sadly though, he lost his mother in December 2019.
      Then turned 21 in January.

      He recorded this song for his mother:

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  11. Dershowitz recommending age of consent be lowered to 14 (same as RBG). maybe kids that young do experiment–but it is one thing for 2 14 year olds to experiment and completely another thing for an 18 year old or 24 year old or 54 year old to have sex with that same 14 year old.
    “It is obvious that there must be criminal sanctions against sex with very young children, but it is doubtful whether such sanctions should apply to teenagers above the age of puberty, since voluntary sex is so common in their age group.”

    I stand by the constitutional (not moral) argument I offered in my controversial oped: if a 16 year old has the constitutional right to have an abortion without state or parental interference, how could she not have the constitutional right to engage in consensual sex? 1/
    — Alan Dershowitz (@AlanDersh) July 29, 2019

    Dershowitz then suggests that the age of consent should be lowered to 15, or perhaps even 14. Facing a barrage of criticism — for his handling of the Epstein plea deal, for the allegations against him and now for this column — Dershowitz has remained unapologetic.

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    1. The teenage brain is not fully developed yet.
      This is why they are so easily influenced and talked into things.

      The prefrontal cortex of our brains, does not fully mature until our mid 20’s.

      This is the part of our brains that controls rational thought, reasoning, emotion and self-regulation.
      So when it comes to sexual ‘consent’…teenagers are not equipped to make good decisions about it yet.

      This is largely Why minors are considered ‘minors’ and required to have parental supervision until they mature more.

      Some states, such as mine (OK)…even hold parents responsible for any laws that their children break.
      This causes parents to be a lot more involved in what their teenagers are doing.

      Much has been written about how the teenage brain is not fully developed yet.
      A simple search on DuckDuckGo turned up quite a few:

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        1. We look out for each other, right? Keep an eye on my comments… blundered a couple of times the last couple of days… may need a break!

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    2. It may be lonely in this corner but Dershowitz is right – the two different ages are incompatible. Unlike Dersh, I think this stupidity of abortions on demand for 16 year olds needs to end. The laws as currently exist in most states require reporting of suspected sex abuse of children. This is routinely ignored by Planned Butcherhood, which should be prosecuted every time they abort without state notification.

      Dershowitz seems to think that children cannot control themselves wrt sex. That may be true but it is mainly because they were not raised to develop self-control. In any event, the solution to a problem is not to redefine it into an acceptable alternative. But that is how leftists think – less cops, less crime (reported).

      Morals were ALWAYS a part of constitutional governance; it’s only man’s arrogance that determined to eradicate it from the legal system (a quest which is largely accomplished now). Until they are restored, DJT’s (and our) efforts to drain the swamp will fall short even while largely succeeding in the mission.

      Man is basically corrupt and must constantly seek His Face in order to have half a chance at living properly. The battle we fight is between those that seek to hide their nakedness from God and those for whom it doesn’t matter when God is around.

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  12. so De Bozo didn’t go thru the “normal” permitting process like everyone else has to for painting murals on city streets…SHOCKER!
    The mayor added that the decision to paint the Black Lives Matter murals came out of a meeting at Gracie Mansion with community leaders and activists who urged the mayor to declare the message official. He justified the decision to not follow the normal permit process, saying that that message “transcends all normal realities because we are in a moment of history where this had to be said and done.”

    “That’s a decision I made,” he said.

    “But the normal process continues for anyone who wants to apply.”

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              1. Hey, Patty!!! We got soaked last night – did not get to the mowing yesterday – so now – it is 2″ higher and too wet to mow – oh well – not complaining – everything is so lush and refreshed – August can be a dry month – when everything turns brown – YUK – so thanking God for watering for me.

                Hope you get the rain you need – hubby’s fault – he would not do the naked rain dance – so there you are praying for rain!

                Have a Happy, Blessed Day! Hugs!!!

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  13. more charges against Nader (a Mueller witness)…dems taking illegal foreign money
    Bill Barr just dropped the hammer on the hypocritical Democrats and this wound will take years to heal.
    Bill Barr just broke up a massive scheme to illegally funnel foreign money into darn near every Democratic political candidate and organization.
    The list of the Dem organizations taking this illegal money is astounding – almost every Dem state organization and many super PAC’s including the big one Priorities USA.
    All of the leading names in the Democratic party took in this money including Adam Schiff and Ted Lieu, Jon Tester, Cory Booker, Hillary Clinton, etc.
    A real rogues gallery if ever there was.
    To add insult to Adam Schiff’s injury, one of those charged is George Nader a key witness in the Mueller investigation.

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  14. Tucker’s show from last night…

    He does a good opening monologue, analyzing Biden’s VP choices — Tucker thinks that Susan Rice is the current front runner.
    Tucker then dissects Susan Rice.

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  15. remember the picture of the bear with a Trump sticker on its data tracker? it now has a group dedicated to finding whomever did that to this bear–offering a $5,000 reward. Now that’s not the point of the article–it’s really about leftist culture and their ability to suck us dry like bugs–but the bear part was noteworthy. to show how STUPID the left is.
    n Asheville, North Carolina, a leftist woman saw a bear on her front porch that had been tagged with a data-collecting collar. An unknown someone had then put a Trump sticker on the collar. Normal people would find that amusing, especially because it can be spun either as a pro-Trump gag (even bears love Trump) or an anti-Trump gag (only animals would vote for Trump).

    The woman, however, was distraught. It was bad enough that someone put the bear to sleep long enough to tag it and collar it, but to put a Trump sticker on the bear! That was evil:

    These bears are already suffering enough with the heavy collars and metal ear mutilations. But to put a political sticker on the collar? No words can describe my anger and sadness.

    The Help Asheville Bears-HAB organization took up the baton. It is now offering a $5,000 reward to identify that sticker miscreant. According to the people at HAB, “Whoever put these political stickers on these bears is cruel and heartless.”

    This bear story is fundamentally stupid. It’s worth paying attention to it, though, because it reminds us why conservatives have ceded so much ground to the left over the past several decades. Leftists get upset about everything. Nothing slides. Nothing is too little for a big fuss. There is an animal kingdom analogy for this behavior.

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  16. H/T CITIZEN817

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        1. And they are so blatant about it.

          They put it in writing!
          With the threat of violence hanging in the air, to back up their demands.

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          1. Yes – and ‘defunding the police’ does not help, either – nor a reduction in services – these ‘social workers’ are worthless in settling violent confrontations – surely, people will be ‘up in arms’ (literally) – who wants to pay for SJWs?

            Did you see the ‘Chart of Demands’?

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  17. H/T DORA

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