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

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John Durham another day closer

To putting the Noose around some Traitorous necks

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Tue Dec 31, 2019, 06:40 AM (5 replies)

Navy SEAL Who shot Bin Ladin mocks Joe Biden

He’s got a point
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Dec 30, 2019, 03:42 PM (0 replies)

Police, veterans join citizen militia in Virginia as libs vow sweeping gun laws

Virginia is a Second Amendment powder keg with liberals threatening to light the fuse in January. Democrats take control of both the state’s Senate and House of Delegates next month for the first time in 24 years. Radical-left Governor Ralph Northam is in place and giddy with the prospect of transforming Virginia into a gun-free, progressive utopia.

The left is calling it “common-sense gun safety legislation.” But citizen militias are exploding in numbers across the state and law enforcement officers, military service members, and citizens are vowing: “I will not comply,” to the perceived declaration of “war on gun owners.”

Philip Van Cleave, president of the Virginia Citizens Defense League characterized the reality facing law-abiding residents there, in a letter he wrote to VCDL members.

Shortly after the November 5 elections, Virginia Dems declared immediate gun control measures would be enacted when lawmakers begin their new session in January.

However, a grassroots backlash has been building ever since, to include an astounding wave of local citizen involvement resulting in 114 state counties and cities declaring themselves gun sanctuaries. A recent map of those sanctuaries (shown in green) was tweeted out by Van Cleave …

Liberals are unfazed by the growing opposition to their gun control plans. “I don’t think there’s anything to be afraid of,” Northam told reporters, according to The Virginian-Pilot.

Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring, a Democrat, issued a warning that the sanctuary resolutions had no legal standing. “It is my opinion that these resolutions have no legal effect,” he wrote.

The Virginian-Pilot tried to minimize the effect of opposition to gun control when they reported in November that “experts say retribution for lawmakers is unlikely once the laws go into effect, and support for stricter gun control will overpower any opposition from pro-gun-rights groups.”

The Military/National Guard will not enforce anything Unconstitutional
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Dec 30, 2019, 10:49 AM (4 replies)

God Bless America- remarkable performance

The Stairwell acoustics are awesome
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Dec 29, 2019, 06:01 PM (0 replies)

Suspect caught in Hanukkah party machete attack

say yer shocked
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Dec 29, 2019, 12:38 PM (5 replies)

Leftist Douchenozzle murders his wife and pets, Blames Trump and the NRA

Late Stage Trump Derangement Syndrome

'I just killed my whole family - and I couldn't have done it without a gun!' Husband, 56, 'admits to murdering his wife, dog and cat in chilling Twitter messages thanking NRA just minutes after the attack'

Kevin Heimsoth, 56, is suspected of shooting his wife Lynn, 58, and their two pets inside their Washington state apartment on Thursday morning

Heimsoth is then believed to have turned the gun on himself; he is now in hospital under police guard
It's reported that he may have taken to Twitter in the aftermath of the alleged attack to confess to the killings
An account purportedly belonging to Heimsoth sent out four tweets which read in part 'I just killed my whole family' and 'Thanks to everyone at the NRA'

A Washington state man suspected of fatally shooting his wife and their two pets may have admitted to the murders in a series of chilling Twitter posts.

Kevin Heimsoth, 56, is believed to have killed his elementary school principal wife, Lynn, her beloved Golden Retriever, Sukha, and a pet cat at their of Bellingham condominium on Thursday morning.

In a shock twist, The Bellingham Herald reports that Heimsoth may have tweeted the National Rifle Association, President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Mitch McConnell in the aftermath of the alleged rampage.

An account that purportedly belongs to Heimsoth sent out four reply tweets shortly after 3am on Thursday morning, with the user stating that he had just killed his wife and pet dog.

But us Q anon Folk are the dangerous ones
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Dec 29, 2019, 10:10 AM (7 replies)

Durham Investigation Focusing Attention On John Brennan And Some CIA Veterans Arent Pleased

A week ago the NY Times reported that the ongoing Durham investigation was looking at former CIA Director John Brennan’s possible role in pushing the Steele dossier. Today Politico published a piece which reads like push back against the Durham investigation from the CIA:

SEE ALSO: Just a reminder that Democrats can get away with anything (and the media will praise them)

Intelligence community veterans say the Durham probe could force Haspel to choose between protecting her agency from Trump’s wrath and bowing to Barr’s wishes; they point to FBI chief Chris Wray, who has found himself at odds with the president in recent weeks over a watchdog report about the bureau’s conduct in the Russia probe.

And they say the Barr-Durham probe represents overreach by an attorney general who seems to have already made up his mind and is bent on imposing his own skeptical view of the Russia investigation on the intelligence community…

“It is unprecedented and inappropriate to do this via Justice department prosecutors who will tend to apply the standards of a courtroom to the more nuanced, and often more challenging world of intelligence analysis,” said John McLaughlin, who served as both deputy director and acting director of the CIA from 2000-2004…

“I find this troubling and I suspect many inside the intelligence community do as well,” Sipher said, specifically pointing to the CIA’s Brennan records review. The inquiry “was initiated and sold in a partisan manner and this news only highlights that concern,” he said.

So who are these folks expressing concern about the Durham investigation? John McLaughlin is a former CIA Deputy Director who said last month “Thank God for the deep state” when talking about the push to impeach President Trump :

And John Sipher (great name for a CIA agent) has a Twitter account with a blue check mark. You’ll be shocked to learn that he is also a partisan rooting for impeachment:

Sipher has specifically defended Brennan on the dossier:

Here’s another one related to the dossier (found by the Federalist’s Sean Davis):

You can scroll through his feed on your own but it’s 70% about impeachment.

If there’s nothing to see here, what are Sipher and McLaughlin so worried about? Durham has a good reputation as a straight-shooter. Why not let him run his investigation and follow it wherever it leads? Maybe he won’t find anything but if he does, shouldn’t we know about it? After all, the Horowitz investigation found that Nunes’ memo was basically correct about the FISA application while the Schiff counter-memo was wrong. The FISA court has already demanded changes from the FBI in the wake of the Horowitz report to improve the process. Horowitz also found that an FBI agent had intentionally lied to the FISA court about Carter Page’s involvement with the CIA. So where is the downside? All of this seems significant and worth knowing even if it’s not what Sipher and McLaughlin want to hear.

Brennan will be hung for Sedition-count on it

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sat Dec 28, 2019, 08:54 PM (15 replies)

German Fokkers

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Dec 27, 2019, 01:47 PM (3 replies)

New York to Allow Accused Criminals to Inspect Own Crime Scenes, Obtain Witness names

What could possibly go wrong?

The state of New York will soon allow accused criminals to inspect their own crime scenes and will quickly provide them with a complete list of named witnesses testifying against them as part of a series of new jailbreak laws.

As Breitbart News reported, New York’s bail reforms, set to go into effect January 2020, will ensure that suspects accused of crimes deemed “non-violent” are not jailed before their trial dates and do not have to post bail. Instead, these suspects are released directly back into the public and expected to show up for their court dates. Roughly 125,000 accused criminals are expected to be released from prison every year in the state.

Those so-called non-violent crimes include second-degree manslaughter, aggravated vehicular assault, promoting an obscene sexual performance by a child, possessing an obscene sexual performance by a child, criminally negligent homicide, and aggravated vehicular homicide.

As part of the measure, defendants will have new privileges in their criminal trials — including being allowed to inspect their own crime scenes. For example, if an individual is charged with home burglary, the suspect will be allowed to return to the victim’s home and inspect their property as part of their defense.

“It really boggles the mind that this is a reality for us now,” Lt. Steven Stockdale of the Warren County Sheriff’s Office told CBS 6 Albany in October of the provision. “Talk about re-victimization.”

Another portion of the law will more quickly give defendants a full list of named witnesses testifying against them in the criminal trial. Starting in January, the prosecution will be forced to hand over to defendants a list of named witnesses within 15 days of the defendants’ arraignment.

At this point anyone voting Democrat needs a mental health evaluation
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Dec 27, 2019, 10:37 AM (6 replies)

Crowdstrikes Assertion Russians Hacked DNC Faces Scrutiny

The Gateway Pundit received an email from a self described cyber expert who claims there is no way that Crowdstrike could have identified Russia as the entity who hacked the DNC before the 2016 election.

The reason is because no entity, including Crowdstrike, has software that can identify a hacker. Crowdstrike’s only out is to prove that their software can identify hackers and they can’t.

Here are parts from an email that was forwarded to the Gateway Pundit and a group of other top conservative websites:

As we work to prepare for the Durham showdown, we have for too long searched for a simplified explanation the people could understand on the Russian Hacking Hoax which is a story that has a shelf life and will be weaponized (again) for 2020.

The emailer suggests that Donna Brazile may be the one who leaked the DNC emails to press. She did leak debate questions after all. The emailer suggests the key is Crowdstrike

Crowdstrike is nothing more than THERANOS (Google it.) on steroids. The company claimed their antivirus software could not only find a hack, but could tell you WHO was responsible. This is false. Malware is just a series of text files. If you open the file and see Beatles Lyrics, that does not in any way make a case for attribution. It is that simple. Just like THERANOS, they don’t have a working product. Never did. I can show you the proof of that in a live demonstration.

Crowdstrike is guilty of fraud, investor fraud, stock fraud and a myriad of other charges that mirror the fact patterns in the THERANOS case. Remember, the day they went public, it was to the tune of $6.3 billion. The day they went public, stock started being dumped. Classic Silicon Valley pump and dump scenario.

This is true in that Crowdstrike did go public and Google was their big buyer. We reported this in July and suggested this may be a reason the Executives at Google cried when Trump won the election.

In July 2015 Google invested $100 million into Crowdstrike –

Google Capital, the two-year-old growth equity arm of search giant Google (GOOG), announced its first security investment on Monday morning.

The fund has pumped $100 million into cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike. It was joined by cloud computing company Rackspace (RAX), which is a customer, and the firm’s existing investors Accel and Warburg Pincus. The new infusion represents a Series C round for the Irvine, Calif.-based company, bringing its total funding raised to date to $156 million.

Crowdstrike admitted this on their website.

At about this same time, the media reported in February of 2015 (four months before Trump even announced running for POTUS) the Intel community was advising Congress and the White House on the issue and extent of Russian hacking and blaming Russian hacking (going as far back as 2012) on Ukraine aggression.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Dec 26, 2019, 12:57 PM (3 replies)
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