Dear KMAG: 20200921 Open Topic

This Stormwatch Monday Open Thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody to post whatever they feel they would like to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA/KMAG/KAG world (with KMAG being a bit of both).

Yes, it’s Monday…again.


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For your listening enjoyment, I offer this composition from Jeremiah Pena of Alliance Music Group, Titled ‘The Speed of Light’:


“It’s Gonna be Biblical”



Wheatie’s Word of the Day:


‘Bumfuzzle’ is a transitive verb, which means…to confuse, perplex or bewilder.

Other forms: Bumfuzzled, Bumfuzzling.

Used in a sentence:

It can be bumfuzzling, listening to the senseless screeds from the Democrats.



698 thoughts on “Dear KMAG: 20200921 Open Topic

    1. Apparently, Biden had less than 50 people at his event yesterday in Pennsylvania – including media and Secret Service. It was at a Carpenter’s Union Hall. Maybe a few Union execx, but rank and file – absent.

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  1. It can be bumfuzzling, listening to the senseless screeds from the Democrats. `~ Wheatie

    LOVE the word of the day !!! and the baby chicks… 😉 made me smile Wheatie… thank you.

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              1. Biden and his family are severely compromised due to their corruption. They might not be being given any choice in the matter. Biden’s value to the deep state is that he can be controlled, whereas Bernie Sanders not nearly as much. His primary value as that of a Trojan horse…Kamala Harris is who the real POTUS candidate is .

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  2. Jonathan Turley@JonathanTurley

    Chuck Todd just explained the prior positions of the Senate on election year nominations by only citing Republicans opposing the idea and not all of the Democrats who demanded it. Such election year nominations have occurred 29 times in history.

    10:38 AM · Sep 20, 2020·Twitter Web App

    Jonathan Turley@JonathanTurley
    Replying to @JonathanTurley

    …Since he just referenced Ginsburg, it would seem relevant to note her position in 2016 on whether the Senate should vote on a nominee in an election year: “That’s their job. There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the president stops being president in his last year.”

    Jonathan Turley@JonathanTurley
    …With Sen. Barrasso, Todd asked again “what precedent?” in disbelief. It is not Todd’s objections about hypocrisy that bothers me, but the absolute refusal to recognize that Democrats also took the opposite position and that such nominations have occurred repeatedly in history.

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  3. On Saturday, I was wearing this shirt — — and was talking to a mail-carrier trainee about her kids, 10 and 6.

    She liked the shirt, but was getting a bit tired of Dr. Seuss, though she recognized that it was quality entertainment compared to, say, Power Rangers….which was driving her nuts.

    I suggested that if the Seussical aspect of the shirt was causing her concern, she could simply read her kids Lovecraft bedtime stories.

    Seemed perfectly reasonable to me……

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    1. 35 years ago or so, I got a used H.P. Lovecraft paperback book. I made it only part way through the book before I had to remove the book from the house. I was never a fan of horror stories, but Lovecraft takes to another level.

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      1. The thing is, when you analyze it — Lovecraft is quite tame compared to the Aliens franchise or Texas Chainsaw or much of contemporary film. He simply mastered the effect of generating fear by hiding the MacGuffin. “The Usual Suspects” plays the same game with Keyser Söze.

        It should also be noted that very little of popular Lovecraft collections was actually authored by Lovecraft, himself — he quickly acquired a group of like-minded authors (August Derleth deserves separate mention) who wrote in the same world of Arkham and Miskatonic University. This furthers the game by introducing the Rashomon effect — no two observers will perceive an incident in exactly the same way.

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          1. I take the Lovecraft stories attributed to Lovecraft as actually penned by Lovecraft. Tales like “The Hounds of Tindalos” by Frank Belknap Long introduce elements that are then reincorporated in references like Lovecraft’s “The Whisperer in Darkness.” I do NOT attribute any part of Whisperer to Long (or anyone else except Lovecraft) beyond the reference. Mind you, this is somewhat complicated by August Derleth becoming the “official” conservator of the canon. He could have declared “Tindalos” outside the canon and moved on……except that Lovecraft, himself, dropped a reference.

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        1. If you want a fear generator, try Catlin Kiernen. Short story or long she’ makes no bones about being an acolyte of H.P.L and does it so smoothly she leaves you thinking months after reading one of her stories.


      1. I’d love to see what Dems would come up with at a Grenell SCOTUS hearing…or maybe not. 🤔 But they would be in a difficult position of their own making.

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    1. I would love for it to be ACB.

      On the other hand, the nom needs to go to the biggest shaft to judicial activism possible to be confirmed — whoever that is. VSGPOTUSDJT has more and better information sources than I do, I trust that he will decide wisely.

      But, yeah, I’d like to see ACB.

      On another subject, I saw someone talk about Janice Rogers Brown. I agree that she and Alex Kozinski would have been awesome Supremes….in the 80s or 90s — or even in the aughts. They’ve both retired from their Appeals Court slots now and don’t have the remaining longevity to overhaul the imperial court.

      I’ll always remember them as superior choices facing inferior timing. They are both awesome people.

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    1. Running Red.

      2 But he answered and said to them: When it is evening, you say, It will be fair weather, for the sky is red.

      3 And in the morning: To day there will be a storm, for the sky is red and lowering. You know then how to discern the face of the sky: and can you not know the signs of the times?

      4 A wicked and adulterous generation seeketh after a sign: and a sign shall not be given it, but the sign of Jonas the prophet. And he left them, and went away.

      Matthew 16:2-4
      Douay-Rheims 1899 American Edition

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    2. The implication here seems clear.

      This specialized weapon is used to penetrate deep underground reinforced command bunkers. The kind of place where senior leadership hides, seemingly “untouchable”. A weapon like this blows giant gaps in the chain of command, like cutting the heads off of snakes. That is it’s specially built purpose. Correspondingly, the B2 was specifically designed to successfully penetrate and defeat very high threat airspace (ie. heavily defended) in order to deliver this kind of weapon, among others.

      It will be very interesting to see in the coming week or two if we can look back and connect events to this bomb post and the red posts. That said…

      …Q seems to be implying that something is going to take place very soon that blows a giant gap in the enemy’s leadership/chain of command. Also, details matter. Couldn’t help but notice there were two bombs that dropped out of that B2, not just one.

      Btw, “running red” is slang for “closing on target” in combat, similar to “weapons are hot” (ie. armed with safeties disengaged).

      Will all this prove accurate? I have no idea…this is just best guess given the facts at hand.

      I’m sure we’ll all stay tuned.

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      1. Update:

        I was a bit off. From Wikipedia….

        The GBU-57A/B Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP) is a precision-guided, 30,000-pound (14,000 kg) “bunker buster” bomb used by the United States Air Force.[2] This is substantially larger than the deepest penetrating bunker busters previously available, the 5,000-pound (2,300 kg) GBU-28 and GBU-37.

        The Massive Ordnance Penetrator (MOP) is a weapon system designed to accomplish a difficult, complicated mission of reaching and destroying an adversary’s weapons of mass destruction located in well-protected facilities.

        In 2012, the Pentagon requested $82 million to develop greater penetration power for the existing weapon. A 2013 report stated that the development had been a success, and B-2 integration testing began that year.

        Known Specifications (actual operative system can vary widely from original design):
        Length: 20.5 feet (6.2 m)
        Diameter: 31.5 inches (0.8 m)
        Weight: 30,000 pounds (13,608 kilograms)
        Warhead: 5,300 pounds (2,404.0 kilograms) high explosive
        Penetration: 200 ft (61 m)

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        1. Headlines already saying complete Epstein flight logs being released (many prominent names)…that will definitely cause some panic. Wonder how the MSM will get away with ignoring this! LOL

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        2. Agree Wary may be cast aside soon.

          Can’t see the Senate publishing anything truly damning of Biden and Ukraine dealings. The Senate, IMO, NEVER hammers their own. Including ex-Senator, Biden.
          ^^^ Would like to be proven wrong.

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      2. Here’s a theory, what if there is MORE symbolism there than JUST the bomb. We know that the bomb is a bunker buster, a PENETRATOR, and it buries deep underground after penetration and detonates.

        BUT, the B2 is a STEALTH bomber. IE HIDDEN. Could this mean the Cabal has a MOLE in it, and that mole has PENETRATED the Cabal COC, and is about to blow it UP, from WITHIN?

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        1. Yep…you’re not alone in thinking that, P-rex.

          I’ve seen others forward the same theory.

          Also, in the video that Q linked to…it shows amazing *precision* with that type of bomb.

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  4.’s latest video played recordings of Schumer, Hillary, Obama, calling for the .
    Senate to process Obama’s Supreme Court pick in an election year.(2016)

    It was quite enlightening. I think such things could be compiled and made into a most effective campaign commercial.

    If I didn’t remember I am pretty sure a lot of other people didn’t also.

    Saying goodnight.
    Waaay past my bedtime

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        1. Indeed–that even got mentioned in the video.

          The fundamental problem with large windows is the titanic amount of air pressure they must withstand. Sea Level air pressure is 14.5 lbs/in2, a one square foot window has 2,088 pounds of air pressure on it, with nothing on the other side in space. Even if the air pressure on board is reduced (which can be done if you’re willing to increase the percentage that is oxygen), you still have a big load. A ton per square foot, times the air pressure on board relative to sea level. Something like this is far stronger than glass and so you can make it thinner (which means lighter, which will make the engineers jump for joy–they sweat over every gram of payload) or larger.

          And you’ll want to make the windows round, any corner is a stress point. This is why Gulfstream private jets have large but elliptical windows on them.

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    1. I need to check my sources, but I think metal glass may have been a ROSWELL list item – although in that case it was not only transparent metallic windows, but included automatic night vision. Night vision was one of the tech goals Corso said was farmed out from the project.

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    1. Greenland was released in August 2020.


      “A detached married couple must get their son and themselves to safety after being randomly selected to enter an underground bunker, as a massive object from space threatens to destroy the world in less than 48 hours.

      Greenland (2020) is the new science fiction movie starring Gerard Butler, Scott Glenn and Andrew Bachelor.”

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        1. Several (I just did a search).

          Someone replied to the tweet with anecdotes of their own:

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          1. Sorry. I thought they would all link on to each other.

            This was the most important one:

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    1. I remember a tweet about DC BLM crew staying at some super fancy hotel. It may have been from Brandon Straka. It wasn’t some no-name who tweeted it, that much I remember.

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        1. Remember my post the other day on the Ginsberg memorial? Thousands gathered and sang “imagine”, yet they were all white young people. WHERE did they come from, colleges are CLOSED and in distance learning mode in DC? NOW you KNOW.

          Soros and his org have “stashed” these people in ritzy hotels, to be “mobilized to mayhem at a moments notice in select cities. Sounds like a GOOD place to start a good old fashioned ROUNDUP in the coming weeks, culminating JUST before election. OH, and all those expense accounts that are FUNDING these rent a mobs can go ZERO at the SAME times, asset seizure and forfeiture…something about a Dec 21 2017 EO signed by someone…GRIN.

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    1. Wait…they were hiding this??

      I’ve mentioned my sister in the past…the one with the PhD who is a barista at Starbucks. She was indoctrinated at Yale 30 years ago.

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      1. The image expands to 6 or 7 people…it made me think of that alleged killed child that was fe/male & several different ages from several different countries who “died” under multiple scenarios. The evil these people wield is practically boundless!

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        1. I find him to be extremely slimy. Very good at what he’s been assigned but slimy everywhere else that he allows to be seen.

          FYI, he started some queer department at the German embassy right before he left. Intended to promote the State Dept to hire queers for its embassies. I wish I had kept the link.

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          1. Let’s just hope PDJT isn’t overly influenced and understands LBGT has a political agenda that includes normalizing, even promoting, their acts/lifestyle to children and teens.

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      1. That is so disgusting…subjecting those poor little kids to such depravity.

        And that guy in the lower left-hand corner looks like a parent.
        How could he allow that!

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              1. TY & thanks for asking.

                They are both doing well. It’s almost a week since we came back from Up North & Rose & her mom made it to The Cottage for a brief overnight visit there & Josiah was So Excited to share that special place with his special lady. A neighbor’s son got married on the nearby beach the day of the visit so now both Rose & Josiah want to get married there too…hmmm…

                J has his first Transplant Clinic visit since his hospitalization tomorrow. It’s been a long & winding road of recovery & he’s still taking most of the post-hospitalization meds, though thankfully Some are getting stepped down a bit.

                We’d invited Rose to go to the clinic with us tomorrow but she wasn’t able to after having said she would. When we got the appointment reminder call from U of M they detailed all their ridiculous scamdemic restrictions so she wouldn’t have been able to come along anyways…

                I’m So Sick of the Michigan insanity!!! Can’t wait for “full” freedom to be restored…

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              1. LOL – Is that your mane at present?

                Far away from frost warnings – nights are getting cooler – but, trees and bushes are still lush and green – not looking forward to colder weather – enjoying Summer’s End – and Fall Coming! Apple crop coming in a couple of weeks – Waiting for 3rd Harvest in the farmer’s field out back – he could still get 4 if it continues to stay warm.

                Think you are in a higher elevation area than we are – so you are at least 20 degrees colder than we are – at least – for now – all of that changes when Fall ends here – months away from that.

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              2. Yikes!!! Maybe, you need to put a ‘landing’ spot in the middle of the driveway? I could use it to land the plane, too – if you make it large enough – lol

                We are closer to the bottom of the deep blue sea here – lol – not really – but, I understand – many years ago – we were underwater – have to do some research – but I do know there is ‘clay’ 6′ under the ground – and that is why we get flooded in the spring and the fall – it would be too expensive to ‘lift’ the house – but, I was thinking about it – since the flooding is no fun – but, decided to leave it all in God’s hands and pray…

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              3. Good Lord – spent the last winter praying your hubby would make it – it was awful!!! Maybe, winter won’t be as bad this year – but, I can see why it takes so long to thaw that driveway – what can you do to change it? Sand it before the snow flies?

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              4. the problem is the sun…it doesn’t rise much above the mountains behind us in January-March, so the driveway sits in shadow even in bright sunlight.
                the chains on the tractor tires have spikes–they are best suited for the driveway.

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              5. Well – at least you have the tractor – does that mean you must park the truck at the end of the driveway? Forgot about the sun part – that is a problem – since it does not shine on the driveway – spikes are good, too!!! Real challenge every winter – guess you are not moving, either – are you?

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              6. True – ice is the culprit – we had a massive ie storm years back – power out for 2 weeks – roads were closed – could not go anywhere – and temp was only 5 – every blanket in the house was in use – and rooms were shut off – luckily – I have a gas stove – but, at the time, we did not have a generator – so can’t like ICE!!!

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            1. * Butterflies and Roses * – My favorite!!!

              Glad you are here – how is the weather where you are – heard all sorts of bad things about the coast – when does this hurricane season end?

              God Bless You Real Good and Keep You Safe!!! After all, there is a rally tonight!!! lol

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              1. TS warning, Cloudy and Drizzly most of week. I’m almost 90 miles from coast, so I’m usually in good shape. It has finally cooled off. We were in high 90’s last week, now mid 70’s. Back to 80’s next week. Still good, many times we are in 100’s in Sept going to Oct. Rainwater is good before grass stops growing season. I’m not complaining.😀
                GBYRG&KYS2SD!! 🤗🤗😘😘💕💕😍😍 MAGA!! 4MY!!!🦋🤸‍♀️🦋

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              2. Sounds like you are okay – and God is smiling down upon you – Yay!!! We could use temps in the 70’s right now – it is getting colder – even during the day – so Fall jumped in quickly!

                Thanks for the blessing and Cheers to You!!!

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  5. Every person who seeks to intimidate, coerce, threaten or punish Senators and their staffs and their families during the Supreme Court nomination process should be arrested and prosecuted since this is a felony punishable by 5 to 10 years in jail.This should be stated clearly NOW

    — Newt Gingrich (@newtgingrich) September 20, 2020

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    1. perhaps the above tweet was in response to this tweet by Cornyn…which references Pelosi’s “we will do everything in the HOUSE to stop the president’s SCOTUS nomination…

      The House doesn’t have a role in the confirmation process. Is this just a threat?

      — Senator John Cornyn (@JohnCornyn) September 20, 2020

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  6. hmmmm…honor RBG’s wishes but not when they’re losing…lol

    Ruth Bader Ginsburg opposed packing the Supreme Court, saying “Nine seems to be a good number. I think it was a bad idea when FDR tried to pack the court.”

    But Democrats say “nothing is off the table” – even court packing

    Why won’t they follow RBG’s wish to keep the court at 9?

    — Charlie Kirk (@charliekirk11) September 20, 2020

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    1. They are ASSUMING a lot aren’t they, BE CAREFUL WHAT YOU WISH FOR DEMS, like Trump, you just might GET IT. Assumption is the mother of ALL F ups. How would a 12-15 to 4 Conservative court rule? Dumbasses. ALL Pelosi’s saber rattling is JUST that. After Nov, SHE will be irrelevant, and per haps in 2021 in JAIL.

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      1. One quibble. For all intents and purposes, Pelosi is already irrelevant other than being voted out of the speaker’s seat. The House can’t do anything without the Senate other than make statements, and the Democrats have really exposed themselves for what they are.

        She has no power. She may as well fall through a trap door with billowing smoke around her.

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    1. The Constitution’s wish was the pursuit of LIFE, LIBERTY and the PURSUIT of happiness, with EQUAL JUSTICE under the law, and LIMITED Government BY the people, OF the people, and FROM the people.

      With FREEDOM for ALL to express their OWN beliefs in PEACE.

      Can we HONOR that wish?

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  7. H/T DORA

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  8. Pres Trump just said that he will probably announce his pick for the SC on Friday.

    Also said he is “looking at five” people.

    Said he wants to wait a few days, to be respectful of RBG.

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    1. He will nominate Barret, WITH a caveat, that IF she is defeated, in 2021 it will be COTTON or someone even MORE Constitutionally STRICT. Oh, and before anyone says it, there will be MORE Republican’s in the Senate AND House then. The dems are CAUGHT, lose big NOW, or lose BIGGER LATER for a “small victory”

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    2. based on all the chatter regarding at least two of the women he is likely considering – or the ‘net is considering – I hope he chooses someone not in the limelight, someone not in the limelight.

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        1. I tend to like Dark Horse stories – read one in in elementary school, about a kid who was almost non-visible to his classmates, but smart, and he tutored the kid who was expected to win the spelling bee. In the end, the tutor won the spelling been. The story was called, “The Dark Horse” – stayed w/ me ever since.

          Nor do I care for all the chatter. I like POTUS to do the unexpected.

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    3. I might get my wish:

      Based on Trump’s comments on F&F, looks like he’s leaning towards Joan Larsen of the Sixth Cirtuit (“a great one from Michigan”). Zen Master said that she was the dark horse.

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