Wednesday, January 17, 2018

Remember Flake's Impassioned Speech When Obama And Holder Went After The Media? Yeah, Me Neither.

Arizona Sen. Jeff Flake’s speech on the Senate floor this morning absurdly ignored how the “free press” he chose to defend against President Trump colluded with Clinton, Inc. and the Democrat National Committee to destroy him.  It was what I would describe as a “deep state” oratory and a simultaneous job interview for MSNBC or CNN which shall be henceforth referred to as The Empire of Lies.
In his 2,117-word diatribe Flake decreed, “No politician will ever get to tell us what the truth is and is not. And anyone who presumes to try to attack or manipulate the truth to his own purposes should be made to realize the mistake and be held to account. That is our job here. And that is just as Madison, Hamilton, and Jay would have it.”
“Of course, a major difference between politicians and the free press is that the press usually corrects itself when it gets something wrong. Politicians don’t.”
We knew for days before Flake’s missive he intended to compare President Trump’s disdain for the “fake news” to the savage Soviet dictator Josef Stalin.  As more and more people became aware of his intent, he drew an unrelenting backlash and tried to walk it all back with this tweet:
The Twitterverse had a few tongue-in-cheek thoughts for “Snowflake” following his speech today:

When Doody Calls

“My father was a mailman.” 
That bit of idyllic family history has me wondering why no other offspring of mailmen have sought to run for president.  Obviously, John Kasich distinguishes himself as the pick of the litter; uniquely qualified and profoundly prepared to lead the country.
Seth McLaughlin, Politics Desk Reporter for The Washington Times wrote, “From his perch in the Ohio governor’s mansion, Republican John Kasich is keeping a keen eye on President Trump’s every move and showing a willingness—some say eagerness—to hurl rotten tomatoes toward the leader of his Party when he gets upset with the act.”

“He has become a go-to anti-Trump source for the media and often doesn’t even wait for the press to call. Instead, he leaps in to pile on after presidential missteps.”
“While insisting he wants Mr. Trump to succeed, Mr. Kasich has pointedly refused to rule out mounting a primary challenge against the president in 2020. He said he wants to maintain a voice in the party because ‘you never know when duty calls.’”
Kasich is a rude SOB.  Ask the Ohio State trooper he called “an idiot” when he ticketed him for failing to yield to an emergency vehicle; or the crusade he went on making sure his local Blockbuster store took the film “Fargo” off its shelves.
“Usually, I speak out against the status quo on behalf of the little guy, but sometimes I get a little crazy and go off about something like this Fargo business, with no real expectation but to let off some steam. I can’t imagine it’s all that much fun to be on the receiving end of one of my tirades, but I’m here to tell you it isn’t much fun to be making the delivery either.”
Kasich is a hothead.  While on the campaign trail during the 2016 presidential election, he got angry and grabbed a recorder from a reporter for The Financial Times who made the mistake of asking why he should be the nominee of the Republican Party having won only one state.
Kasich has a long history of uttering gaffes. He showed off his love for Hispanics by saying he always leaves a nice note for the Latina maids at hotels. A month after that comment, he said anyone who would have problems with his cuts to social security should “get over it.” Kasich praised all the women who came out of the kitchen to vote for him during his first political run in the 1970s.
While campaigning in New York, he took it upon himself to condescendingly explain Bible stories to rabbinic scholars.
His most covered gaffe was when he advised a young woman worried about the college rape epidemic to avoid alcohol-fueled parties. 
“Kasich eating” was one of the top Internet searches during the campaign.  Then-candidate Trump scorched the mailman’s son proclaiming, “I have never seen a human being eat in such a disgusting fashion.”
The Ohio governor has no plans to challenge Democrat Sen. Sherrod Brown who is up for re-election this year, but the chatter for the 2020 presidential election has heated up.  “There has to be fundamental chance, in my opinion, with all of us.  I’m willing to be a part of that.  I want my voice to be out there,” Kasich said.
The pick of the mailman’s litter has spoken.

Tuesday, January 16, 2018

Presidential Physician Destroys The Left’s Narrative Confirming President Trump Is A Stable Genius

CBS News White House Correspondent Mark Knoller tweeted, “On the president's mental acuity, Dr. Ronny Jackson said, ‘The president is very sharp, very intact.’ He declared the president ‘fit for duty─for this term and another,’ if he's re-elected.
It was indescribably satisfying to watch Adm. Ronny Jackson during today’s extraordinary press briefing humiliate the mainstream mongrels who have mercilessly hounded this President.
As Tom Rogan noted at The Washington Examiner, “…to the chagrin of much of the press corps, Jackson seemed medically wowed by Trump's health. The former "Apprentice" host, he said, "has as a very unique ability to just get up in the morning and reset." It was amusing to watch as the decorated military officer delivered an intellectually robust and professional performance to a press corps that had hoped he would say Trump was insane. As the limited, mouth-foaming reactions on Twitter now attest, Jackson is beyond reproach for all but the most ardent liberal fanatics.”
“The admiral's conclusion? All clinical data indicates Trump is currently very healthy, and he will remain so for the duration of his presidency."

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The 51st State? Independence Declared From “Commiefornia”

An effort to stand guard over liberty is taking shape in the least likely place I know of─California.
Four years ago, a venture capitalist named Tim Draper sought to split Commiefornia into six parts.  The effort failed miserably.
"The current state of California has become governed by a tyranny," the founding group’s Vice Chairman Robert Paul Preston declared.
“After years of over-taxation, regulation, and mono-party politics the State of California and many of its 58 Counties have become ungovernable. The nature of the State becoming ungovernable has caused a decline in essential basic services such as education, law enforcement, fire protection, transportation, housing, health care, taxation, voter rights, banking, state pension systems, prisons, state parks, water resource management, home ownership, infrastructure and many more.”
Claiming the authority of Article 4, Section 3 of the U.S. Constitution, the aspiring 51st state plans to convince California's legislature to split the state before submitting the resolution to Congress.
Despite obstacles, doubters, and obvious long odds the group stands united in their statehood dream. “We have to demonstrate that we can govern ourselves before we are allowed to govern,” Tom Reed, a founder, told CBS.
The list of dysfunctions crippling “Commiefornia” would easily fill a volume: a  dysfunctional legislature that has been gerrymandered to protect virtually every seat; a dysfunctional proposition system enables special interests to craft protected fiefdoms via the ballot box; recalcitrant public unions who don't see anything wrong with public servants getting 90% of top-pay in pensions while still earning big bucks as "contract employees", an enormous population of undocumented workers who pay only sales taxes and whose employers pay no payroll taxes only scratches the surface.
I’m rooting for these courageous citizens and hope their dream of statehood is realized.


Monday, January 15, 2018

Race Baiter: MLK Would Have Wanted Impeachment Of President Trump

Denise McAllister is a cultural and political commentator for The Federalist, Real Clear Politics, and Hot Air. Today she posted a piece at PJ Media entitled, “Martin Luther King Jr. Tells Us To Take Personal Responsibility, Not Blame Others”.
One paragraph stood out: “Rage roams our streets looking for those to blame, always searching for fuel to maintain its fire. And there is always plenty to find in this fallen and imperfect world. Bitterness never fails to find a broken promise, a thoughtless word, a failed policy, or a lingering disappointment on which to feed.”
Enter Maxine Waters (D-CA), John Lewis (D-GA), Frederica Wilson (D-FL) and Earl Blumenauer (D-OR) who have announced they will skip President Trump’s State of the Union address on January 30.
Waters marked MLK Day on Twitter by suggesting the civil rights icon would have advocated for the impeachment of President Trump were he still alive today.
Jonathan Turley, a nationally recognized legal scholar who has written extensively in areas ranging from constitutional law to legal theory to tort law appeared on Fox’s The Story with Martha McCallum.  He noted that legislators do not need to be present for the SOTU and neither does the President.  He may merely deliver a written statement to the Speaker of the House.
“Having said that, it’s a long tradition.  The members have to distinguish between the officeholder and the office,” Turley said.  “It’s not about them.  People are really upset with their government.”  Turley called attending the address an “institutional responsibility.”

Jeff Flake Proclaims The Second Coming Of Comrade Stalin

Sen. Jeff Flake (R-AZ) plans to deliver a speech later in the week torching President Trump’s attacks on the Empire of Lies known as the mainstream press.  He also intends to compare the President of the United States of America to Josef Stalin.
Flake’s senate term ends in January 2019.  From now until then, he intends to deliver a series of speeches outlining how Donald Trump’s presidency has impacted the country.
Excerpts of his speech were provided by Flake’s office to NBC’s Kasie Hunt.
“2017 was a year which saw the truth—objective, empirical, evidence-based truth—more battered and abused than any other time in the history of our country, at the hands of the most powerful figure in our government.”
“Mr. President, it is a testament to the condition of our democracy that our own president uses words infamously spoken by Josef Stalin to describe his enemies.”
“The free press is the despot’s enemy, which makes the free press the guardian of democracy. When a figure in power reflexively calls any press that doesn’t suit him ‘fake news’, it is that person who should be the figure of suspicion, not the press.”
“The similarities to Stalin should be a source of great shame for senators,” Flake will add.
Flake’s specious criticism is the benchmark of someone whose thirst for stupid is unquenchable; his ignorance of Stalin’s savagery alarming.  Upon the death of Stalin in 1953, the millions he incarcerated cheered at the demise of one of history’s most murderous dictators.
In Episode 1 of “Russia’s War:  Blood Upon The Snow” , the opening narration reveals to the viewer: “Unknown to the Soviet people, before his death Vladimir Lenin drew up a testament; an assessment of the leaders who would come after him.  The outstanding personalities he recognized were Leon Trotsky and Josef Stalin. But his postscript contained a political time bomb─a condemnation of Stalin’s character and his suggestion that Stalin’s post of General Secretary should be taken from him.  The testament was never made public.”
“Blood Upon The Snow” features rarely seen archival war photographs and astonishing footage from over a dozen countries...some of which are believed to be the only filmed evidence of some of the most infamous WWII atrocities, such as the Katyn Forest Massacre of 4,000 Polish officers by the Soviets.  The filmmakers assert it is the only documentary evidence of Stalin's Order 227, his brutal decree to embattled troops at Stalingrad that any Red Army soldier in retreat would be shot by "blocking units" bringing up the rear.  It provides remarkable insight into what led to the death of 65 million Soviets during Stalin’s reign of terror.
Comrade Flake’s contempt is enraging.  He is employing something purely Soviet:  Make accusations and then end things by suggesting someone be locked up in a psychiatric facility. 

Flowing Curves Of Beauty

                            Man:  Am I healthy enough to use Cialis or Viagra?
     Doctor:  Yes, you’re healthy enough, just not attractive enough.



Sunday, January 14, 2018

Ignorant Fool Of The Day

Today John Dickerson, host of Face The Nation, conducted an interview with Sen. Cory Gardner (R-CO).  Dickerson wanted to discuss with Gardner potential solutions and hurdles Congress faces over spending to prevent a government shutdown and immigration reform.  Dickerson distinctly led into the interview with: “We now turn to Republican Senator Cory Gardner, who joins us from his family’s tractor dealership in Yuma, Colorado.”
The mainstream media’s unquenchable thirst for stupid was on full display when a young woman who describes herself in her Twitter profile as a digital journalist at ABC News covering Capitol Hill, amateur accordionist and pug enthusiast chimed in.  Accordionist?  Really?  Isn’t Lawrence Welk dead?  When’s the last time you saw a liberal dancing the polka?
In any event, our quisling was flummoxed by what was in the background as Sen. Gardner spoke on-air.
Gardner graciously tried to enlighten our amateur accordionist.
Ms. Rogan, seemingly embarrassed by her unfamiliarity with farm implements, quickly fired off a tweet in response.
Our genius apparently has never given any thought to how food finds its way to the grocery store or to the table of her hoity-toity restaurants.  Ali honey, shut up and eat your arugula.

Flushing Out Jamie Lee Curtis

Shortly after 8 AM local time Saturday, scores of residents in Hawaii received an emergency cellphone alert with an alarming message: “BALLISTIC MISSILE THREAT INBOUND TO HAWAII. SEEK IMMEDIATE SHELTER. THIS IS NOT A DRILL.”
The message, reportedly sent by the Hawaii Emergency Management Agency in error, would turn out to be a false alarm, officials said. Nevertheless, it would take 38 minutes for authorities to clear up the mistake with a follow-up alert.
The time in-between sparked a brief panic in a state where fears of an attack by North Korea have heightened in recent months.
Jamie Lee Curtis went off the deep end after the incident played out tweeting this:
Curtis, you’ll remember, was at one time a spokesperson for Activia yogurt.  Activia is a product of The Dannon Company.  Dannon was forced to settle a $21 million class-action lawsuit over false advertising with the Federal Trade Commission.
Dannon is now banned from claiming its products relieve irregularity or helps avoid catching colds or the flu.  It can only advertise those claims if it also mentions consumers must eat three servings each day to obtain these benefits.  That’s 21 servings per week and a heckuva hurdle to clear to get Curtis back on her green sofa to hawk the stuff.
Greg Gutfeld, host of the The Greg Gutfeld Show and co-host of Fox’s The Five, had the perfect comeback:

Political Hit Man Who Helped Write Trump Dossier Made Nothing Seem Like Something

During his testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee last August, Glenn Simpson the founder of Fusion GPS, made the dossier created by the Democrats appear to be credible.  When he penned his Op-Ed in The New York Times on January 2, he made the same claims.
When a transcript of his closed-door August testimony was leaked by Sen. Dianne Feinstein last week, news headlines immediately seized onto the disclosure as a godsend to a dossier whose core charges of Trump-Russia collusion have been denied and not confirmed publicly.
Then suddenly, as quick as the headlines went up, someone close to Fusion GPS was waving off reporters. Simpson had “mischaracterized” the source. It was not an FBI mole inside the Trump Administration.  Now we know there was no FBI source at all─just an Australian diplomat who spoke to a sloppy drunk Trump operative, George Papadouplos.
Judiciary Chairman Sen. Charles Grassley was not pleased with the retraction suggesting Fusion GPS’s work was “dirty”, “not reliable” and “Russian propaganda”.
“A source close to Fusion GPS tells me there was no walk-in source––that was a mischaracterization by Simpson of the Australian diplomat tip about Papadopoulos,” tweeted NBC reporter Ken Dilanian. 
Whether the source the FBI supposedly told Christopher Steele about could be Papadopoulos is doubtful. He has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI about issues surrounding his contacts with the professor. The criminal complaint says the FBI did not interview him until January 2017, three months after Steele met with the agents in Rome. 
The story corrections caught the eye of Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Charles Grassley (R-IA) who on Thursday sent off a letter to Fusion attorney Joshua Levy. Grassley demanded to know why Levy did not correct the record after spending hours reviewing the transcript in October and November or contact the committee last Tuesday.
“If it is true that your client’s statement to the Committee was a mischaracterization, why did you not attempt to correct your client’s statement as soon as you and/or he realized it was not accurate?” Grassley wrote. The Washington Times noted Levy did not return a message seeking comment.
Rowan Scarborough who reported the story for The Washington Times noted, “Grassley may be mad enough to look for a perjury vote. But the damage has been done. Those who wished to advance the collusion narrative got their ammunition while the truth was still putting on its boots.”
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