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US Navy Retired, Aerospace worker. All around good Dude. Eternal Foe of the work ethic

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I thought she couldnt Fly because of the Trauma?

Yet she’s flying all over?

Flew in for Grandma’s Funeral and a Polygraph
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Sep 27, 2018, 01:04 PM (26 replies)

Why are we calling this a He Said/She Said?

It’s a She Said vs He Said He Said He Said and She Said

4 People say she’s wrong and somehow she’s proven credible?

(And Yes, I Said she wouldn’t show and I was wrong)
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Sep 27, 2018, 12:01 PM (1 replies)

Julie Sweathog speaks

She seems coached and phony to me
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Sep 27, 2018, 09:34 AM (7 replies)

Every time I hear the Democrats attack a good man like Kavanaugh

I Hear Harry Reid's Snarky "Well He didn't win"

We will not allow them to Lynch an Innocent Man......Kavanaugh Confirmed Now!
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Sep 27, 2018, 03:23 AM (3 replies)

Rosenstein vs McCabe

There are two warring camps: Team Rosenstein and Team McCabe. Team Rosenstein consists of current officials: Jeff Sessions, Dana Boente et al; and Team McCabe has former officials: Lisa Page, James Baker, Mike Kortan et al.

Each camp has a media outlet to push their narrative. Team Rosenstein has The Washington Post; Team McCabe is using The New York Times. Sources for NYT reporting are from team McCabe; Sources for WaPo reporting are from Team Rosenstein. Understand this, and the reporting narrative context makes more sense.

Both Andrew McCabe and Rod Rosenstein took corrupt and illegal action to try and take down the President of the United States. However, generally speaking, McCabe’s actions were specifically intended to facilitate a soft-coup; whereas Rosenstein was more of a willingly facilitating useful idiot in the grand scheme.

Example 1: Former FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker and Former Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe worked together to assemble the post-election “small group”, which eventually gained legitimate legal authority when Baker and McCabe convinced Rosenstein to hire Robert Mueller.

Baker and McCabe were intentionally manipulating the events; DAG Rosenstein was the patsy going along because he wasn’t inside the team in 2016 when it all began.

Example 2: Andrew McCabe and the “small group” assembled the third FISA-Title1 surveillance renewal on Carter Page on June 29th, 2017. This renewal extended the use of surveillance for Robert Mueller to exploit – for intelligence against the President. Rod Rosenstein signed the third renewal, based on their word, because the corrupt small group presented it to him. Again, likely Rosenstein was the useful idiot, the patsy.

The June 29th, FISA renewal was then used by the “small group” to dig into all of the communication within the Trump administration and anyone who was in contact with the subject of the surveillance warrant, Carter Page. This surveillance included congress. In protecting their interests, it was the surveillance that was most useful. The surveillance didn’t end until late October ’17 when the FISA expired

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein created a mess by going along with the corrupt officials inside the FBI and DOJ. By facilitating their endeavors – he was aiding the soft-coup attempt.

It’s ok to argue whether this was intentional (Team McCabe position) or unintentional (Team Rosenstein position); however, regardless of intent, the outcome was the same.

So today the Washington Post (Team Rosenstein) posts an article noting the Deputy AG will not be fired, and will likely remain in his position until after the mid-terms. If you understand the White House position, this begins to make sense.

From the White House position the knucklehead Rod Rosenstein needs to clean up the mess he has created. From knucklehead’s position, he wants out before congress starts asking him questions.

WaPo – Rod J. Rosenstein’s departure seemed so certain this week that his boss’s chief of staff told colleagues that he had been tapped by the White House to take over as second-in-command of the Justice Department, while another official would supervise the special counsel probe into Russia’s interference in the 2016 election, people familiar with the matter said.

But by Monday afternoon, the succession plan had been scrapped. Rosenstein, who told the White House he was willing to quit if President Trump wouldn’t disparage him, would remain the deputy attorney general in advance of a high-stakes meeting on Thursday to discuss the future of his employment. The other officials, too, would go back to work, facing the prospect that in just days they could be leading the department through a historic crisis.

Inside the Justice Department on Tuesday, officials still struggled to understand the events that nearly produced a seismic upheaval in their leadership ranks — until it didn’t — and they braced for a potential repeat of that chaos later in the week. (keep reading)

Note: “if President Trump wouldn’t disparage him”; that’s codespeak for if the White House doesn’t call him out as standing at the epicenter of the corrupt eighteen months of Special Counsel horse-pucky he facilitated. The evidence of the horse-pucky origination is underneath the FISA and Bruce Ohr declassification material currently on hold.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Wed Sep 26, 2018, 10:34 AM (3 replies)

Should the next SCOTUS Hearings be closed door (Televised)

Cory Booker can still have his “Spastic-ass” Grandstanding moment but Code Pinko and the crazies can stand outside and yell
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Wed Sep 26, 2018, 06:50 AM (1 replies)

Are the Democrats throwing Ellison under the Bus?

Certainly looks like it

The Democrats sacrificed Al Franken in order to shore up their effort to win a Senate seat in Alabama. They knew that Minnesota’s governor would appoint another Democrat to replace Franken, so they could net a Senate seat with an upset pickup in Alabama, which is exactly what happened. Many Minnesota Democrats are still unhappy that Franken was forced out of the Senate, not by Republicans but by his own Democratic colleagues.

Now it is starting to look as though the Democrats may be throwing Deputy DNC Chairman Keith Ellison overboard in a similar manner. We noted last week that a small Minnesota news outlet, Alpha News, had gone to court in an effort to unseal Ellison’s divorce records, which might shed light on the multiple documented claims of domestic abuse against him. Today the Star Tribune, the state’s dominant newspaper, joined Alpha’s effort:
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Wed Sep 26, 2018, 03:28 AM (7 replies)

The only way to clear up the Avenatti 4chan situation is for the FBI to investigate! Why wont he?

He must be Guilty

See how that works?
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Tue Sep 25, 2018, 05:02 PM (1 replies)

Now that Kavanaugh admitted he was a Virgin in High School/College...

Does Avanatti still unveil his “He was in a gang rape group in High School?”

Surely not even Avanatti is that stoopid?

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Tue Sep 25, 2018, 07:10 AM (12 replies)

Have we reached the point where the Voters notice Democrats are Crazy?

For some time, as I have written here more than once, I have been waiting for Americans to notice that the Democrats are crazy. I have puzzled over why the Democrats’ outrageous conduct doesn’t seem to alienate more voters. Financial interest is obviously a partial explanation, but it can’t be a complete one.

In that context, this Gallup poll is good news: “GOP’s favorability hits highest mark in seven years.”

Forty-five percent give a favorable rating to the Republican Party in a new poll by Gallup, the highest number hit by the GOP in the poll since 2011.

It’s also a tick up from the 44 percent polled who view the Democratic Party favorably.

While it’s only a one-point difference, it comes weeks before the midterm elections and represents a swing from previous polls in which more American respondents gave a favorable opinion of Democrats compared to Republicans.

Funny, you wouldn’t expect this from reading the newspapers.

The GOP’s rise is driven in considerable part by the fact that Republican-leaning voters are better disposed toward the party:

The poll also showed that GOP-leaning adults have a more favorable impression of the party now than they did a year ago.

Sixty-seven percent of Republican and Republican-leaning respondents viewed the party favorably last September, while 85 percent hold a favorable view of it now.

At the time of last year’s poll, the Republicans were very publicly losing a battle to dismantle the Affordable Care Act.

If Senate Republicans stand up to the Democrats’ smear machine and confirm Brett Kavanaugh, the party’s approval rating will rise.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Tue Sep 25, 2018, 04:12 AM (5 replies)
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