Dear KAG: 20200922 Open Thread

Cover image: Supreme Court Building, Washington, D.C. West pediment: Equal Justice Under Law by Robert Ingersoll Aitken. This work includes a portrait of Cass Gilbert, third from the left in the pediment. It also contains a self-portrait of Robert Ingersoll Aitken third from the right.

Some highlights from Joe’s weekend.

Over the weekend, our favorite letter of the alphabet kept up with the boom, boom, boom theme. Another version of this speech was featured in 4737 where we find out that the administration is running red. (The platform didn’t allow that specific video to be played.)

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Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6 ID: e4ee64 No.10721878 
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How do you ‘extend’ lockdown(s) [economic hardship(s), unemployment, fear, death count, dementia Joe, etc.] in order to paint narrative mail-in voting [when did narrative start (March?_early?_planned?)] needed to ‘save’ lives [+ballot harvesting] in order to generate a future narrative election day +1 which casts doubt as to legitimacy of POTUS win [Constitutional Crisis][“not all mail-in ballots counted” “how many mail-in ballots lost or did not arrive in key battleground states which could have returned a different result” “we must investigate who cast a vote but it did not register” “we must go door-to-door if needed [ballot harvest]” “our lives are at stake” “the sky is falling” in order to legally challenge, delay results, enact riots and chaos in an attempt to overturn [coup d’etat].
CRIMES AGAINST HUMANITY?
What role will select military inserts play [the ‘bribe’]? [playbook known]
What did we learn from past attempt(s)?
Spying [surveillance + campaign insert(s) + WH insert(s)].
Mueller.
Impeachment.
Why did it take an ‘outsider’ to finally deliver the ‘start’ of peace in the Middle East?
Why did it take an ‘outsider’ to finally deliver the ‘start’ of finally holding China accountable?
THE DISEASE CALLED CORRUPTION.
Running RED.
Q

4740

[Drafting a Wolf tweet as the link is not WP friendly, apparently.]

With all the booms and all…..

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.

Ahem.

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  1. No food fights.
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PROVERBS 21:1-6, 10-13

1The king’s heart is a stream of water in the hand of the LORD; he turns it wherever he will. 2Every way of a man is right in his own eyes, but the LORD weighs the heart. 3To do righteousness and justice is more acceptable to the LORD than sacrifice. 4Haughty eyes and a proud heart, the lamp of the wicked, are sin. 5The plans of the diligent lead surely to abundance, but every one who is hasty comes only to want. 6The getting of treasures by a lying tongue is a fleeting vapor and a snare of death. 

[7] The robberies of the wicked shall be their downfall, because they would not do judgment. [8] The perverse way of a man is strange: but as for him that is pure, his work is right. [9] It is better to sit in a corner of the housetop, than with a brawling woman, and in a common house.]

10The soul of the wicked desires evil; his neighbor finds no mercy in his eyes. 11When a scoffer is punished, the simple becomes wise; when a wise man is instructed, he gains knowledge. 12The righteous observes the house of the wicked; the wicked are cast down to ruin. 13He who closes his ear to the cry of the poor will himself cry out and not be heard.

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

405 thoughts on “Dear KAG: 20200922 Open Thread

  1. The Democrats are only interested in BAILING OUT their badly managed, high crime, Blue States. They are not interested in our workers or small businesses. Crazy Nancy will only do stimulus, which would be helpful, if we couple it with bailout money. Republican States are great!!!

    — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) September 22, 2020

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      1. “A dead woman just fired up the Democrat base more than a living Joe Biden ever could.”

        How could they tell the difference?????

        (to paraphrase Dorothy Parker)…

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  2. If you haven’t seen it…this is a good compilation of Dems saying in 2016, that the seat should be filled.
    ……………………

    Ronna McDaniel
    @GOPChairwoman

    Not long ago, Joe Biden said that “the American people deserve a fully-staffed court of nine.”

    We agree.

    Fill the seat!
    .

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    1. He should have put the brand name on the train…

      Marx…

      (back in the day, a cheap competitor to Lionel…)….
      (now if only I could get a 220v 50Hz Lionel trafo… sigh…)…..

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  3. The ChiComs have put out a propaganda video, that basically says…if the Three Gorges Dam goes, it will be because it was bombed.

    They have been hinting about it for the last couple of weeks.

    But now they are coming right out and accusing either the US or India, of bombing the Dam.
    Before it happens.

    ▶️👉What’s interesting…is at the 2:23 mark…they show the same picture of the B-2 Stealth Bomber, dropping a bomb, that Q linked to.

    They go on about how strong the Dam is — so of course, the only thing that can bring it down is an attack.
    🙄

    “🔥🔥WHAT ATTACK CAN DESTROY THE THREE GORGES DAM? HOW CAN THE 3GORGES DAM PREVENT AIR ATTACKS?”

    .
    .
    I noticed a blurb yesterday…about the CCP instituting the Draft there.
    They are calling up all the men who are fighting age.

    Are they sensing that there is a rebellion brewing, and so they’re pulling all the men into the army where they can control them?
    I dunno.

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        1. Maybe…but it just gives the date on the video, with no timestamp on what time of day it was.

          That Q-drop about the B-2 hit at Sep 20 2020 23:00:31 (EST).

          China is nearly a day ahead of us.
          Not behind us.

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          1. Q can react quickly – that video took time to prepare. So it is both reasonable logistically AND by timestamp reasoning that Q posted the image in part as a sly message back to the ChiComs – “we see what you did there, asshoes”.

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              1. YUP. And they see stuff faster than other agencies elsewhere. Which is why the treasonous NYT coupist TIP to Soleimani – under cover of a STORY – didn’t get to him in time.

                NYT is gonna be in trouble. I think they just gave up at some point. Their only hope is ending the Trump administration.

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            1. Question then, what we’re we posting on the days that we had large visits from China? The Dam has been a fairly hot topic here off and on. My guess would be they were gathering information to support them taking a fear mongering stance they can use to blame on Trump with their people in the event the dam fails or even doing a work around from stubborn bureaucrats that were saying nothing is wrong and this is the end final end product massages what they learned with they weren’t learning by then blaming Trump.
              Just tossing that out for thought, likely though a nebulous hole we can safely ignore.

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    1. Hmmm.

      Maybe all the big dams upstream could be, erm, encouraged to disassemble in the next few days…. Doesn’t have to be the Three Gorges Damned…

      (Having said that, I don’t advocate wiping a few hundred million people just to stick it to the CCP…)…..

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    2. The dam is the same shoddy low quality work that their buildings and other products are. It already had cracks in the dam BEFORE it was even filled.

      The CCP KNOWS the quality is shoddy and the dam is in danger of bursting so they are getting ahead of the diseaster and laying blame on others.

      TYPICAL COMMIE MOVE of BLAME CASTING!

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        1. I think the Feeb’s are unofficially dead. I think Trump isn’t in a big rush to replace Wray, because Wray is basically a coffee-boy at a middling, outdated, has-been agency. I suspect that in his second term, Trump may find a way to strip the Feeble Bureau of Incompetence of any worthy members, and consign it to the dustbin of history, replaced by DHS, DOJ and the Federal Marshall Service.

          At least, that’s my dream.

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          1. Got a feeling you’re right. ALL of that.

            When I was a kid, FBI was pretty legend. Not a coffee-boy or typewriter-girl in the bunch – their reputation SCARED the best of the best. There was only a few of them. Doors opened for them and people took orders.

            They still have some scary talent, but it’s embedded in a lot of people who – well – they’re not scary. Like the kneelers in that picture.

            Old FBI: “I don’t kneel. You all, black and white, must STAND in our presence, as we stand in yours, like Americans.”

            New FBI: “Kneel? Totally! How long?”

            The new FBI show (Dick Wolf) is a mixed bag, but it reveals a LOT in what it sees in the FBI – what FBI sees in itself. I think it shows some of what’s right, but it also shows a lot of what’s wrong.

            Imagine OLD FBI (Ephraim Zimbalist Jr.) without the sex and race baggage, and MODERN. THAT is where we should be.

            Wray by himself cannot get us there, but if Trump and Barr “undermine him” so that he has to fall into their plans, then he will accidentally solve everything by just going by the book and taking orders. He’s not self-starting because he can’t for multiple reasons. The agency is OVERWEIGHT. But I think it may be about to slim down properly.

            Trump is going to work around the problem. That is why we’re seeing Barr going double-time, to cover for Wray’s inability to get out of where China has cornered him, and Trump just EO-ing his way around the things Wray doesn’t understand.

            It’s all rather glorious.

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  4. Donald J. Trump@realDonaldTrump
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    I will be announcing my Supreme Court Nominee on Saturday, at the White House! Exact time TBA.

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        1. There’s got to be a tinge of regret though. The only attention he gets is people taking his temperature as to whether he’ll be the floater. Poor substitute for “statesman”. 🙄

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  5. JJ Sefton’s Morning Report

    via Ace of Spades

    Good morning, kids. Tuesday and the fallout over the SCOTUS vacancy with the death of Ruth Bader Meinhoff continues. More accurately the nuclear detonations continue as the Democrat-Media Complex realizes that it’s decades-long ability to legislate from the bench despite elections and despite the will of the majority of Americans might very well slip from their grasp. The threat to pack the court with a half-dozen or more reliable rubber stamps notwithstanding. First of all, the good news: Cocaine Mitch is adamant that he will put President Trump’s nominee, whoever that may be, up for a vote on the floor of the Senate, no ifs ands or buts. Good. If I were him, I would prevent the meaningless and hateful fiasco of allowing the Democrats to smear and slime the nominee and just go straight to the vote.

    Second, Lindsey Graham announced that both Cory Gardner and Chuck Grassley are now on board with Trump putting up a nominee before the election, and that I assume indicates two “yeah” votes when the roll is called. Of course, the big question remains, whither the Alaskan Snowblower and the Maine Pain? The former for sure opposes filling the vacancy until after the election and in any case would more than likely be a “no” vote whenever the roll is called. The latter is harder to figure out. Considering she is in a real battle for her own Senate seat, her best option is to support the process and either vote “yeah” or just “abstain.” Meanwhile, Matt Gaetz went off on them in public, and exhorted their constituents to dump them if they do not heed this crucial come-to-Jesus moment. Amen to that. Besides voting to proceed and for the nominee, which is a non-starter for Murkowski, she and Collins should at least vote to abstain. “Waffer-theen” fig leaf though it might be, it does give them the option to stand by “muh principlez” without actually changing the course of history for the worse.

    But, there are two special elections in Arizona and Georgia that could also be a factor depending upon when the vote is held. If either Martha McSally or Kelly Loefler lose, a Democrat will take their seat immediately and not have to wait until January. As I understand it, should there be a tie, VP Pence would cast the deciding vote.

    Lastly, Amy Coney Barrett has always been the presumed nominee to take the place of Ginsburg and yesterday she was summoned to the White House to confab with the President. I would assume the two have met previously but either this is a signal that she is being tapped or it’s a head-fake and some other candidate is going to be chosen. Already the smear machine is in high gear anticipating that she is the one. From what I gather, all the other candidates are strong contenders as well including Stephanie Davis and Barbara Lagoa, but I imagine the smear campaign has full dossiers on them as well to implement should they or someone else get tapped.

    Looking back at the big picture, the ramifications of filing this vacancy here and now, or not, will have ramifications that make these next few days a turning point in our history. Politics sure as hell “ain’t beanbag” and considering that we no longer have two opposing political parties bound by a common heritage and identity but an irreconcilably divided nation now fighting to the death – figuratively and even literally – for supremacy, there is no option but victory, both in this fight and in the election.

    much more at link http://acecomments.mu.nu/?post=390373

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    1. Oh goodness.

      “Ruth Bader Meinhoff”… Kind of an apt description, to say the least…..

      Probably will be lost on most people, but the RAF (not the brit one) caused a lot of death and pain, and things like tanks on the sidewalks outside the Frankfurt Airport one day when I was travelling in. Unsettling doesn’t even come close.

      From wackypedia:

      “The Red Army Faction, also known as the Baader–Meinhof Group or Baader–Meinhof Gang, was a West German far-left militant organization founded in 1970. Key early figures included Andreas Baader, Gudrun Ensslin, Horst Mahler and Ulrike Meinhof, among others.”

      How quickly folks forget. That was a TERRIBLE time over here, and I could see PantyFa trying to do it again, in the USA.

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    1. I might be missing something. I find his statement ambiguous.

      So, he isn’t going to block the vote, but does he indicate anyplace in his comment that he is going to vote for her confirmation?

      Sorry. I just don’t trust him.

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      1. He says he will vote on the nominee, not that he will vote FOR the nominee. Several RINO senators had said they didn’t think this process should go forward now. All Romney is saying is that he supports the process going forward. There is no guarantee regarding which way he would vote. But really, all the senators are supposed to “carefully consider” before voting anyway.

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    1. Wayne Allen Root writes guests posts on GatewayPundit occasionally and hosts a radio show from Vegas. His last two about the state of Vegas and it’s new influx of gangsters was very eye opening, especially part 2 (if you only peruse one link click Part 2).

      Posted Sep 14th – Part 1
      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/wayne-root-warning-happening-las-vegas-will-destroy-america/

      Port Sep 17th – Part 2
      https://www.thegatewaypundit.com/2020/09/wayne-root-warning-happening-las-vegas-will-destroy-america-part-ii/

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  6. Pelosi blocking Senate passed bill limiting Confucius Institutes’ influence…
    FTA
    House Democrats are blocking a bill that will curtail the influence of the Chinese-government-funded Confucius Institute, stymying bipartisan legislation that unanimously passed in the Senate.

    Despite bipartisan support in the upper chamber, House Democrats—including a cosponsor for the bill—voted against placing the CONFUCIUS Act on the agenda in late July, and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D., Calif.) has yet to announce plans to place the bill on the floor. If passed, the legislation would require all federally funded universities with Confucius Institutes to assume “full managerial control” of the institutes, a move that would limit the Chinese government’s influence over the program.

    Frustrated by the lack of action, congressional Republicans are blaming Pelosi for blocking debate for the bill, criticizing the House speaker for putting politics over national security.

    “I regret that Speaker Pelosi has still not scheduled the CONFUCIUS Act for a vote,” said Rules Committee Ranking Member Tom Cole, who introduced the July vote. “This isn’t about politics. It’s about holding China accountable, and Speaker Pelosi clearly hasn’t made that a priority.”

    https://freebeacon.com/2020-election/pelosi-stonewalls-china-bill-senate-dems-unanimously-supported/

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  7. Taiwan posted this video today.

    They conducted joint exercises today with India’s Air Force, under the scenario of being under attack from China.

    ROC = Republic of China = Taiwan
    .

    .
    This is a well-made video…and reminds me of the ones that our own armed forces are putting out.
    😉😎

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    1. I take 10,000 i.u. per day in the summer and 15,000 i.u. per day in the winter. My last blood level was an absolutely perfect 100.

      Most people are somewhat deficient, almost nobody is taking enough. We all need a blood level taken at least every couple of years to assess how we are doing. Some people never create enough D on their own, and aging makes it worse.

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  8. Ivermectin And COVID-19: New Modeling Study Suggests IVM May Inhibit RNA Dependent RNA Polymerase.
    Premieres Sep 27, 2020

    Whiteboard Doctor

    2.68K subscribers

    WhiteBoard style discussion on a new computerized modeling study published exploring Ivermectin (as well as Lopinavir) and possible sites of SARS-CoV-2 inhibition. They specifically modeled the efficacy of Ivermectin inhibition of the SARS-CoV-2 spike protein, two different proteases, and the viral RNA dependent RNA polymerase (RdRP). They found a that Ivermectin seemed to have an increased affinity for the viral RdRP, especially in the area in which it usually binds the viral RNA. Although strictly a computerized modeling study, this may be a potential mechanism by which Ivermectin inhibits SARS-CoV-2. Check out the video for all the details! Additionally, we will discuss other theorized pathways of Ivermectin against SARS-CoV-2, including IMP alpha/beta.

    Link to study:
    https://assets.researchsquare.com/fil

    Link to other IVM videos:
    Ivermectin Post-Exposure Prophylaxis:

    Ivermectin Prophylaxis For COVID-19:

    Ivermectin and Doxycycline To Treat Mild to Moderate COVID-19:

    Ivermectin, Hydroxychloroquine, and Azithromycin for Hospitalized COVID-19 patients:

    Ivermectin and new mechanism; halting thrombi through inhibition of CD147:

    ICON Trial:

    Clinical Trial on Ivermectin (data may be falsified):

    In Vitro on Ivermectin for COVID-19, 99.99% Decrease in Viral Load:

    Ivermectin+Doxycyline Compared to Hydroxychloroquine+Azithromycin for COVID-19:

    There will be a running series of videos using the most up to date information on COVID-19, but this is an evolving field and new videos may come out that contradict that previous information. That is okay and is the nature of a fast paced and evolving clinical scenario. Stick with us as we work to unveil the intricacies of COVID-19, it’s clinical significance, and the societal implications. ***This is strictly educational and not to be mistaken as clinical recommendations, please verify all information with accepted guidelines and practice patterns.***

    This interactive chart (hard to read, sorry) showing status of testing of drug activity against various viruses reveals to us all that we have more than we know in terms of #CURES

    https://web.archive.org/web/20200704205015/https://drugvirus.info/

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  10. CONSTITUTION on Supreme Court Nominations: Article II, Section 2.

    https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleii

    • “He shall have power, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, to make treaties, provided two thirds of the Senators present concur; and he shall nominate, and by and with the advice and consent of the Senate, shall appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls, judges of the Supreme Court….”

    • “… with the ADVICE and CONSENT of the SENATE”

    UPCOMING SENATE GAMEPLAN:

    • ADVICE: “Nominate Justice Ginsberg’s successor IMMEDIATELY
    … to RULE on Demo☭rats’ ELECTION LITIGATION”

    • CONSENT: “We IMMEDIATELY CONSENT to your Nomination of
    … YOUR and OUR previously-CONFIRMED Appellate Judge Amy Coney Barrett”

    • REASONING: 😎 “We will NOT NEED ANY further hearings on Judge Barrett
    … to THWART Demo☭rats’ BORKING of a woman like they did to Kavanaugh.” 😂

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    1. TOTALLY AWESOME 😍👍🇺🇸❤️🇺🇸 …

      … who’s a good boy .. why you, you’re an outstanding boy ..

      God bless this United States of America Military dog with long life and unending loving care, this goes for his handler and their family too .. 🤨👍❤️

      .. and a generous supply of appropriate healthy treats and toys .. 😃🤚❤️

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        1. also, a lot of these dogs have PTSD and most definitely need to be with people who know how to handle working dogs with these kind of issues. in short, these animals require special care, even if they don’t have PTSD.

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          1. I have not worked dogs outside of the usual pets but as a teenager I re-trained a thoroughbred race horse off the track. It took FIVE YEARS to finally make that horse into a usable show jumper. After that I bought an untrained Quarter Horse. I did ground work for a month, saddle work for a month and was showing her after that month under saddle. I could trail ride her the first day I got on her thanks to the month of ground work.

            That thoroughbred was unsafe out of a small ring for the first year. Heck it took that year to just get a flatfooted WALK!

            ….

            You are going to have the same type of retraining problems with a working military dog. Although the dog is a LOT smarter than that thoroughbred. He was not mean and he was a superb athlete but DUMB as a rock and scared of his own shadow. He absolutely HATED men too.

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      1. Comments on that are epic….

        “First look at her photo, I thought it was Mark Cuban.”

        “Can reporters be responsible for a change??

        Is “Pascale” (a man’s name usually in the Great White Fairyland) a man acting as a woman, or a woman wanting to be a man . . . or maybe a woman acting as a man, who wants to be a woman – or vice versa?

        It’s so complicated these days . . . how about XX or XY?”

        “But they love alliteration, so how about:

        Triggered Trudeau Tranny Terrorizes Trump”

        “The horror, the horror”
        “Her face, or the crime?…)))”

        And it goes on and on… 🙂

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  11. Seung Min Kim
    @seungminkim
    Some NEWS that only procedure nerds will care about! Senate Democrats invoked the two-hour rule to prevent committees from meeting as a protest tactic on the SCOTUS fight, per Democratic leadership aide.

    in the replies…

    No funds in this Act…
    @Chrisk0909
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    2m
    The senate has a rule that committees can’t meet 2 hours after the start of session. The rule is routinely waived – the usual request is “I request unanimous consent for committees to meet during today’s session.” Upon an objection, those hearings have to stop or not start.

    so for those that know…this does WHAT exactly??

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    1. Just guessing and assuming a “session” is the start of the entire Senate’s day, then this would be a delaying tactic to suck up time from any potential hearings making it harder to get confirmation on the President’s nominee for the SC as well as any other important hearings that might for example deal with going after the Russia Gate provocateurs. They could effectively take two maybe three or four days off the time available to get the nominee confirmed and it would likely be bundled with other stalling tactics. It would also put additional weight on witness’s who will still have to be available to testify by lengthening their day. To make matters worse it’s likely another one of those rules that will require a sixty count vote to overcome, which Mitch does not want to violate.

      Total guess. To over come this obstruction just open the first days session and keep it open until confirmation is complete, even if that means having one or two senate members on the Republican side staying every night.(might be able to sneak in some legislation or recess appointments if the Dem side doesn’t show up or just falls asleep???) Other than that just have longer hearings or a super longer hearing at the end of the work week. We all know how much Senators like their play time.

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    2. Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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      1h
      Acting Senate Intel Cmte Chair Rubio says Intel Cmte didn’t get election security briefing today because Schumer blocked cmte from mtg. Cmtes must have clearance from the Senate to meet after Senate has met for 2 hours

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  12. I just heard the Democratic leader say on the Senate floor I wouldn’t even meet w Judge Garland WRONG I had a pleasant breakfast w him More disinformation from the Minority ldr How many more falsehoods should we expect from Democrats over the next 6 wks b4 the election?

    — ChuckGrassley (@ChuckGrassley) September 22, 2020

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  13. This post is a reply to wolfmoon from the previous day’s thread, where wolfmoon chastised me for a response I made to sadie slays.

    https://wqth.wordpress.com/2020/09/20/dear-kmag-20200921-open-topic/comment-page-3/#comment-604834

    ///////////////////////////
    Your accusation is inaccurate IMO. I never told her to shut up or stop having such ideas. What I said was that she should consider the effect on the entire ‘movement’, such as it is. I also used the word ‘please’ and closed the comment with a positive statement limiting the reach of my comment to the one subject.

    However, being so late to return to this thread has an advantage: it has allowed me to notice the distinct difference between your way of discussing the subject as opposed to hers. That goes right to my point.

    I also admit that a lack of clarity in my previous comment (although I don’t think it was not clear) may have led you to threaten my further participation in this blog. We are all practicing our skills toward mastering the English language, and I am no different.

    Sadie posited her theory as something that implied a default position as true unless disproved. I find that to be disingenuous because it implies a lack of challenge as equivalent to approval.

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    1. I wanna go steal this car and drive over to this woman’s house with PEEPS!! lol

      I used to work near the Just Born factory where they make peeps and jelly beans. My daily lunch time walks were a treat! you could smell the flavor jelly beans they were making that day…it was fun trying to guess which flavor it was! and the peepmobile was parked in front all the time!

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      1. Was that in Pennsylvania, Pat?
        The owners of the peeps factory were members of our golf club in Florida…quite a few years older so I never really got to know them.

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  14. WIKI: List of federal judges appointed by Donald Trump

    As of September 17, 2020, the United States Senate has confirmed 216 Article III judges nominated by President Trump, including two associate justices of the Supreme Court of the United States, 53 judges for the United States courts of appeals, 159 judges for the United States district courts, and two judges for the United States Court of International Trade….

    FEMALES appointed to United States courts of appeals
    Amy Coney Barrett
    Joan Larsen
    Allison H. Eid
    Elizabeth L. Branch
    Amy J. St. Eve
    Britt Grant
    Allison Jones Rushing
    Neomi Rao (She is Parsi, Persians who migrated to India)
    Bridget Shelton Bade
    Danielle J. Hunsaker
    Barbara Lagoa (Hispanic)

    United States district courts
    Karen Gren Scholer
    Claria Horn Boom
    Rebecca Grady Jennings
    Annemarie Carney Axon
    Emily Coody Marks
    Holly Lou Teeter
    Maryellen Noreika
    Jill Aiko Otake (Hawaiian)
    Susan Paradise Baxter
    Nancy E. Brasel
    Marilyn Jean Horan
    Kari A. Dooley
    Susan Brnovich
    Holly A. Brady
    Wendy Vitter
    Sarah D. Morrison
    Pamela A. Barker
    Wendy Williams Berger
    Karin Immergut
    Mary M. Rowland
    Martha M. Pacold

    Ada E. Brown (She is the first African-American woman federal judge nominated by President Donald Trump and confirmed by the Senate.–Wiki)

    Mary S. McElroy
    Stephanie A. Gallagher
    Rachel P. Kovner
    Jennifer P. Wilson
    Sarah Pitlyk
    Sherri Lydon
    Karen S. Marston
    Jodi W. Dishman
    Mary Kay Vyskocil

    Stephanie D. Davis (She is the SECOND African-American woman federal judge nominated by President Donald Trump and confirmed by the Senate.–Wiki)

    Silvia Carreño-Coll (Born Dominican Republic)

    Hala Y. Jarbou (Born Hala Yalda Jarbou, Tel Kaif, Iraq)

    Diane Gujarati (Parents from India)

    Anna M. Manasco
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    (I am not doing the other courts)

    President Trump has a WIDE choice.

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    1. I totally agree. If Leftist Governors hadn’t have sent C-19 infected patients to senior citizen’s nursing homes, and had aided in a giant push to get the Zelenko Protocol available and advertised as the preferred protocol to patients before they needed hospitalization [instead of banning HCQ], we probably could have cut the death statistics at least in half. if not a 75% reduction.

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    2. You are right Pelosi , it did not have to be that way but democratic Governors chose to put sick CCP virus people back into nursing homes and they died.
      The majors were of dead in those democrat state are blood on the hands of democrats. You play a game and we speak truth.

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    1. Thanksgiving: Christian ceremony…
      Halloween: Samhain, the “highest” Satanic holiday…

      Why am I not surprised…

      C ommunists
      D evil’s
      C abal
      ….

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  15. Senate Cloakroom@SenateCloakroom
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    Confirmed, 66-27: Executive Calendar #603 Edward Hulvey Meyers to be a Judge of the U.S. Court of Federal Claims for a term of fifteen years.

    Senate Cloakroom@SenateCloakroom
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    Invoked, 49-44: Motion to invoke cloture on Executive Calendar #706 Andrea R. Lucas to be a Member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for a term expiring July 1, 2025.

    Senate Cloakroom@SenateCloakroom
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    Confirmed, 49-44: Executive Calendar #706 Andrea R. Lucas to be a Member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for a term expiring July 1, 2025.

    Senate Cloakroom@SenateCloakroom
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    Invoked, 52-41: Motion to invoke cloture on Executive Calendar #709 Keith E. Sonderling to be a Member of the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission for a term expiring July 1, 2024.

    Liked by 5 people

  16. Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    1) One note about the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) announced Monday that Ginsburg would lie in state in Statuary Hall of the Capitol.

    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    2) This is similar to the late Rep. Elijah Cummings (D-MD) who lay in state in Statuary Hall after his death last fall.

    While Ginsburg will not lie in repose in the Capitol Rotunda, she will become the first woman to ever lie in state anywhere in the U.S. Capitol.

    3) Civil Rights pioneer Rosa Parks lay “in honor” in the Capitol Rotunda on October 29, 2005. She was the first woman to be so honored in the Rotunda. Lying in “honor” is considered to be one level below “state.”

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  17. DIMS ARE HOLDING AMERICANS HOSTAGE… AGAIN

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    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    1) The House of Representatives is now in recess subject to the call of the chair as negotiators work off to the side to retool a stopgap spending bill to avert a government shutdown next week.

    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    2) The bill needs to be retooled to make it through the House and certainly through the Senate. The original House bill doesn’t replenish funds to the Commodity Credit Corporation, which farmers rely on. McConnell said today the message of the Hse bill to farmers was “drop dead.”

    Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    3) House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) has spoken with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin to try to revamp the bill.

    Fox is told the goal is for the House to debate and vote on a revised bill sometime tonight. But discussions are ongoing.

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  18. Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    Jordan announces he & other Hse Judiciary Cmte GOPers to intro a resolution condemning Dem suggestions they would add seats to SCOTUS

    Liked by 2 people

  19. Chad Pergram@ChadPergram
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    Senate Democrats will take to the Senate floor tonight to ask GOPers to honor Ginsburg’s wish that she not be replaced until a new president is inaugurated

    Liked by 1 person

    1. They are BEYOND ridiculous… !!!

      Laughing so hard… they are SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO desperate… they know what’s coming…

      THE END to decades of (DIM) their legislating from the courts

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