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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

Journal Archives

Barack Obama Interfered with the Peaceful Transfer of Power to President Trump

Tick Tock Barack
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Dec 1, 2019, 05:54 PM (2 replies)

Farmer Completely Ignores Joe Biden In Iowa Cafe: Who? This Is Republican Country

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Dec 1, 2019, 01:28 PM (5 replies)

ICE Catches Alleged Child Sexual Predator Repeatedly Released By Philadelphia Police

The Philadelphia Police Department arrested Hector Moran-Espinoza, an illegal alien accused of heinous sexual abuse crimes against minors, on two different occasions.

Both times, the PPD chose to ignore a detainer request by Immigration and Customs Enforcement, choosing instead to release him back into the community.

Philadelphia, a sanctuary city that refuses to cooperate with federal immigration authorities, has chosen to release a growing number of illegal aliens accused of heinous crimes, despite ICE detainers.

Philly Mayor dances over Sanctuary City Ruling

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Dec 1, 2019, 04:41 AM (5 replies)

2020 Dems Gun Control Rhetoric Sends Gun Sales Soaring

As the Democrats 2020 campaign rhetoric is heating up, so are the nation’s gun sales.

The numbers are in for October, and they show a 11% increase from October of last year according to Small Arms Analytics and Forecasting. The figures from September also showed an 11% year-ver-year increase. According to the report, which makes sales estimates based off of raw data from the FBI’s National Instant Criminal Background Check System, “likely single handgun sales (570,370) increased year-over-year by 12.2%, while single long-gun sales (498,117) increased year-over-year by 7.9%. All other likely background check-related sales (90,790) increased year-over-year by 19.7%.

yup yup yup

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Nov 29, 2019, 05:43 PM (5 replies)

Religion of Peace Strikes again
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Nov 29, 2019, 11:20 AM (3 replies)

Beat the rush

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Fri Nov 29, 2019, 05:52 AM (7 replies)

Turkey went on the Smoker at 5 AM, Happy Thanksgiving All!

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Nov 28, 2019, 11:34 AM (6 replies)

The New York Times likes to think we're Stupid

The Media will put out whatever talking points the Democrats tell them too...isn't that the definition of...Oh Yeah

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Nov 28, 2019, 09:06 AM (3 replies)

Thanksgiving Misgivings

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Nov 28, 2019, 04:59 AM (4 replies)

New York Times Reports FBI Spies Placed In/Around Trump Campaign Were Not Spying On Trump Campai

New York Times Reports FBI “Spies” Placed In/Around Trump Campaign Were Not Spying “On” Trump Campaign…

Following the IG report draft review by the principals within the DOJ/FBI small group under investigation more leaks are submitted to the New York Times in an effort to get out ahead of the scheduled publication of the final report on December 9th.

One note before content review: The highly structured obfuscation within how these leaks are being released, in combination with the lawyers representing the principals, explains why there was such a lengthy delay after the principal review phase.

Each principal can provide feedback for inclusion in the report; however, all feedback added to the report generates an IG rebuttal. Keep this in mind because these leaks are the “feedback” and the leakers have no idea what the IG “rebuttal” will be. The more the principals’ obfuscate and justify conduct to the IG in their feedback, the stronger the rebuttal to that feedback will be in the final report.

The New York Times latest narrative effort is intentionally obtuse with the word “spy”:

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department’s inspector general found no evidence that the F.B.I. attempted to place undercover agents or informants inside Donald J. Trump’s campaign in 2016 as agents investigated whether his associates conspired with Russia’s election interference operation, people familiar with a draft of the inspector general’s report said.

The finding also contradicts some of the most inflammatory accusations hurled by Mr. Trump and his supporters, who alleged not only that F.B.I. officials spied on the Trump campaign but also at one point that former President Barack Obama had ordered Mr. Trump’s phones tapped.

agents had an informant, an academic named Stefan A. Halper, meet with Mr. Page and Mr. Papadopoulos while they were affiliated with the campaign.

The F.B.I. did have an undercover agent who posed as Mr. Halper’s assistant during a London meeting with Mr. Papadopoulos in August 2016.

But that’s not spying? OK gotcha.

Mr. Horowitz will also undercut another claim by Trump allies — that the Russian intermediary who promised dirt to Mr. Papadopoulos, a Maltese professor named Joseph Mifsud, was an F.B.I. informant.

This obfuscation is really silly. No-one has ever claimed Mifsud was an FBI informant. The concern has always been Mifsud was a western intelligence asset, perhaps CIA.

The report is also expected to debunk another theory of Trump allies: that the F.B.I. relied on information to open the investigation from a British former spy, Christopher Steele, himself a onetime bureau informant who compiled a dossier of damaging, unverified information on Mr. Trump.

Another paragraph of nonsense. No-one has alleged the Steele Dossier was used to open the FBI investigation in July 2016. The technical origination of the FBI investigation known as Crossfire Hurricane came from the joint FBI/CIA operation into Papadopoulos on July 31st, 2016. The questions have always been about what predicate the pre-July ’16 originating investigations into Papadopoulos, Page, Flynn and Manafort were based on.

What was the evidence of Russia’s interference in the election, known to the FBI, before July 2016? And what was the evidence that connected the Trump campaign to that predicate claim?

The inspector general will fault the F.B.I. for failing to tell the judges who approved the wiretap applications about potential problems with the dossier, the people familiar with the draft report said. F.B.I. agents have interviewed some of Mr. Steele’s sources and found that their information differed somewhat from his dossier.

Mr. Horowitz plans to say that the wiretap application, which referenced Mr. Papadopoulos, should have also included a statement he made to the undercover agent in London that could be seen as exculpatory or self-serving, the people familiar with the draft report said. (read full article)

A ‘wired’ FBI “undercover agent” recorded an exculpatory statement from Papadopoulos, but no – they weren’t spying? OK gotcha…. Oh, and the FBI just avoided the transcript of the ‘wired’ statement because it just didn’t fit their purposes. But not political? Uh-huh.

If this is the type of feedback the principals gave the IG to justify their endeavors, the rebuttal evidence will be even more interesting.

Thanks, but I’ll just wait for the actual report… AND the declassified supporting documentation that damn sure better be a part of the release!

The Bullshit is Flying Fast and Furious (See what I did there? )
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Thu Nov 28, 2019, 03:33 AM (4 replies)
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