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

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Most of the Democrat pack polling behind some Guy named not Sure


Joe Biden 28%

Not sure 15%

Bernie Sanders 14%

Kamala Harris 11%

Elizabeth Warren 8%

Pete Buttigieg 4%

Beto O'Rourke 3%

Not planning on voting 3%

Cory Booker 2%

Julian Castro 2%

John Delaney 1%

John Hickenlooper 1%

Amy Klobuchar 1%

Jay Inslee 1%

Tulsi Gabbard 1%

Andrew Yang 1%

Kirsten Gillibrand 1%

Tim Ryan 1%

Bill de Blasio 0%

Seth Moulton 0%

Michael Bennet 0%

Marianne Williamson 0%

Eric Swalwell 0%

Mike Gravel 0%

Wayne Messam 0%

Joe Sestak 0%

Steve Bullock 0%

Other 0%

Everyone from Cory Booker on down should go home, you’re not going to be nominated, ever
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Jul 1, 2019, 03:23 PM (6 replies)

Antifa Thug Who Beat Man with Metal Pipe Left Huge Bloody Gashes on His Head,Has Been Identified


Suspect Identified: Joseph Christian Evans.

I’m sure some whacktivist judge will fine him $1 and release him
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Jul 1, 2019, 02:47 PM (16 replies)

The Muslim Plot to Bomb a Black Church the Media Won't Talk About

“The best news is when you call get ready for jihad,” Mustafa Mousab Alowemer wrote in a public housing project in Pittsburgh. “I will spill my blood for the victory of my religion.”

Northview Heights, the low-income housing project, is 90% African-American. Or at least it was.

Then a flood of Syrian Muslim refugees showed up. Obama had promised to admit 10,000 Syrian migrants in 2016. The terrorist who plotted a massacre at a black church was one of them.

The Alowemer clan arrived at JFK airport in New York City. The same airport through which other terror refugees, including the World Trade Center bombers, had penetrated the United States. Instead of staying in New York, they were resettled in Pittsburgh joining a growing Syrian enclave there.

Northview Heights’ tenant council head told reporters that the Alowemers had “isolated themselves”. They had spent all their time with their fellow Syrian Muslims while avoiding their black neighbors.

But Mustafa Alowemer was not unaware of his black neighbors. He was plotting to kill them. When the FBI and the police descended on the housing project, neighbors learned how close the call had been.

The Syrian Muslim refugee’s target was the Legacy International Worship Center, a small black church on a narrow street with battered slum houses and cracked concrete. The international part reflected the multicultural population of African-Americans and African immigrants, including Nigerian Christians.

The Christians of Nigeria had been subjected to some of the most brutal Islamic massacres in a decade. The Nigerian Christians who had come to the United States were, unlike the Alowemer clan and other Syrian Muslim migrants, authentic refugees fleeing religious persecution, rather than economic migrants. They thought that they were safe in Pittsburgh. But Islamic terror had followed them here.

In Northview Heights, Alowemer plotted the massacre of the Christians whom he called, “Mushrikeen”, an Islamic religious term which condemns Christians and Jews as infidels and deems them to be fair game for mass murder.

“This house is still for the ones who go to church because they are Nigerians,” the Syrian Muslim ranted. “They are all polytheists. We, we, take revenge for our brothers in Nigeria.”

Alowemer plotted to plant a bomb backpack on the side of the gray brick church and then head for a mosque to secure his alibi. The timer would set off the bomb, but by then, the terrorists would claim that they had been at their morning prayers. And other Muslims in the mosque would be their alibi.

But while Alowemer wanted an alibi, he wanted to hear the sounds of the massacre at the black church.

The ISIS supporter’s plan was to be close enough when the bomb went off to hear the blast.

He imagined his attack would “shock the enemies of Allah almighty everywhere and all over America” and his goal was to prevent Christians from “going to their churches and instill fear in their hearts.”

At the bomb site would be an ISIS flag and a message, “We’ve arrived.”

The Alowemer clan arrived in America nearly three years ago. On August 2016, the black church bomber was admitted as a refugee to the United States.

Donald Trump had first won popular support in 2015 by calling for a, “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States.” Earlier he had said, "I'm putting the people on notice that are coming here from Syria as part of this mass migration, that if I win, they're going back.”

Obama had doubled down, raising the number of Syrians entering the country from 2,000 to 10,000.

“I don’t want people coming in from the terror countries!” Trump had argued a few months before the Pittsburgh terrorist was admitted as a refugee “I don’t want them, unless they’re very, very strongly vetted.”

Obama insisted in his Thanksgiving message, which falsely compared Syrian Muslim migrants to the pilgrims, that, “No refugee can enter our borders until they undergo the highest security checks of anyone traveling to the United States.”

“Refugees have to be screened by the National Counter Terrorism Center, by the F.B.I. Terrorist Screening Center. They go through databases that are maintained by D.H.S., the Department of Defense and the intelligence community,” the White House spokesman contended.

How good were Obama’s security checks that allowed the black church bomber into America?

“I was raised in Jordan on loving the Jihad and the Mujahdeen,” Alowemer told the man he thought was his accomplice. “I met some Jordanian brothers, some of which did the Nafir in Raqqah, and I, alongside some brothers, were arrested three times in Jordan, because I was one of the supporters.”

The Syrian Muslim refugee had been arrested three times for associating with ISIS fighters and for supporting ISIS.

Despite that he was admitted as a refugee to the United States.

If the robust screening and vetting couldn’t intercept a man who had been arrested three times by an allied country for ties to ISIS, there’s no reason to think that it can or will stop any terrorist.

The black church bomber proved that a travel ban was not an overreaction, but a vital necessity.

Yes, I’m a Hater. I hate Muslims, Commies and ignorant Liberals

All 3 are a threat to Civilization
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Jul 1, 2019, 11:47 AM (7 replies)

Hillary Clintons Lawyer Changes Story on When She Knew About Emails

WASHINGTON—Heather Samuelson, Hillary Clinton’s personal attorney, gave the FBI and Judicial Watch conflicting explanations of when she learned that the former secretary of state used a private email system to conduct official U.S. diplomatic business.

“I believe I first became aware when either she e-mailed me on personal matters, such as wishing me happy birthday, or when I infrequently would receive e-mails forwarded to me from others at the department that had that e-mail address listed elsewhere in the document,” Samuelson told Judicial Watch lawyers during a June 13, 2019, deposition.

Samuelson worked in the Department of State’s liaison office to President Barack Obama’s White House at the time, according to Judicial Watch.

Samuelson told the FBI in 2016 that she didn’t learn of the Clinton email system until becoming Clinton’s personal attorney in 2014, after serving for a year in the White House counsel’s office.

The 2016 conversation with the FBI was part of the bureau’s highly controversial investigation of the Clinton private email system, which culminated with then-FBI Director James Comey’s July 5, 2016, announcement that he wouldn’t recommend prosecution of the former chief diplomat.

Clinton used the private email system, originally on a server located in the New York mansion she shares with former President Bill Clinton, throughout her tenure as the top U.S. diplomat, from 2009 to 2013.

The non-profit government watchdog released the transcript of the deposition on June 28. The Samuelson deposition is the latest in a series of depositions by Judicial Watch of senior Clinton aides that were ordered Dec. 6, 2018, by U.S. District Judge Royce Lamberth.

Lamberth described Clinton’s private email system as “one of the gravest modern offenses to government transparency,” and ordered Samuelson and nearly a dozen other former Clinton aides to answer Judicial Watch’s questions either in depositions or in written responses.

Lying to Obama’s FBI not a big deal if you’re a Dem
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Jul 1, 2019, 09:33 AM (2 replies)

So cake bakers have to serve everyone but liberal cafe owners can choose who they will serve?

The toxicity of the resistance to President Trump has risen in recent days, with the nation's most respected newspapers publishing rationalizations for denying Trump supporters public accommodation and for doxxing career federal employees, while a journalist found himself under physical attack from the so-called anti-fascist group Antifa, which has stepped up its violent activities since Trump's election.

The justification for denying public accommodation came from the Washington Post in an op-ed by Stephanie Wilkinson, the owner of a farm-to-table restaurant in Lexington, Virginia. Wilkinson became famous in June of last year, when she refused to serve White House spokeswoman Sarah Huckabee Sanders and and told Sanders and her family to leave the restaurant. Wilkinson's staff then followed the Sanders group in protest as they tried to find another place to eat.

Wilkinson later told the press she ejected Sanders because the Trump administration is "inhumane and unethical" and because the Red Hen "has certain standards that I feel it has to uphold, such as honesty, and compassion, and cooperation."

In her new article, Wilkinson discussed the case of The Aviary, a trendy bar in Chicago where a waitress recently spat on Eric Trump, the president's son. Wilkinson wrote that the incident, along with her own decision to oust Sanders, shows that in the age of Trump "new rules apply" in public accommodations: Americans who work for the administration or support the president should stay away.

"If you're directly complicit in spreading hate or perpetuating suffering, maybe you should consider dining at home," Wilkinson wrote.

Wilkinson noted that "no one in the industry condones the physical assault of a patron," but at the same time declared that Americans should understand that a "frustrated person" -- for example, a restaurant employee -- will "lash[] out at the representatives of an administration that has made its name trashing norms and breaking backs." Americans should accept that such things will happen.

"If you're an unsavory individual," Wilkinson concluded, "we have no legal or moral obligation to do business with you." Better to stay home than risk the spittle. (And of course, Wilkinson and her colleagues in the hospitality industry will decide who is "unsavory.")

The apology for doxxing came from the New York Times in a piece by Kate Cronin-Furman, an assistant professor of human rights at University College London. The article focused on the treatment of illegal immigrant children in detention centers near the U.S.-Mexico border.

Cronin-Furman discussed the detentions, as well as actions by employees of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, in terms of the Holocaust and genocides in Cambodia and Rwanda. Those are, of course, contexts which most Americans would likely dismiss as preposterous and offensive but which Cronin-Furman and the New York Times apparently take seriously. Her idea is that opponents of the administration should publicly identify and shame low- and mid-level Customs and Border Protection employees who care for migrant children.

Such workers would be dismayed at being publicly shamed because they are "sensitive to social pressure," Cronin-Furman wrote, "which has been shown to have played a huge role in atrocity commission and desistance in the Holocaust, Rwanda, and elsewhere. The campaign to stop the abuses at the border should exploit this sensitivity."

"This is not an argument for doxxing," Cronin-Furman continued. "It's about exposure of their participation in atrocities to audiences whose opinion they care about. The knowledge, for instance, that when you go to church on Sunday, your entire congregation will have seen you on TV ripping a child out of her father's arms is a serious social cost to bear. The desire to avoid this kind of social shame may be enough to persuade some agents to quit and may hinder the recruitment of replacements. For those who won't (or can't) quit, it may induce them to treat the vulnerable individuals under their control more humanely. In Denmark during World War II, for instance, strong social pressure, including from churches, contributed to the refusal of the country to comply with Nazi orders to deport its Jewish citizens."

Needless to say, that was a clear argument for doxxing.

Finally, there was Antifa's recent attack on Andy Ngo, a freelance journalist often associated with the pro-free thought cultural publication Quillette. At a demonstration in Portland, at which Trump was a focus of dispute, Antifa fighters beat up and milkshaked Ngo, apparently because he was there and he was not on their side.

The president is not always at the center of such demonstrations, but Antifa has become an angry and violent fringe force in the Resistance. It has played an ugly role in a number of events, most notably Charlottesville, in which feelings about Trump have played a role.

Shunning, shaming, doxxing, attacking. As the 2020 campaign reaches full speed, would it surprise anyone to see all of it increase? And all from people who congratulate themselves for standing against hate. Perhaps our politics will cool down at some point in the future. But not now.

If you would like to let the owner of the Red Hen know you disagree with her bigoted views contact her here (temperate well thought out critiques please)
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Jul 1, 2019, 05:54 AM (7 replies)

BIG LEAGUE: White House Petition Launched to Label Antifa Domestic Terrorist Organization

A White House petition has been launched with the goal of having Antifa labelled a terrorist organization by the Department of Homeland Security.

After the devastating Antifa attack on Andy Nego, an independent journalist who sustained severe injuries including a brain hemorrhage while covering a violent protest in Portland, Oregon, threats from Antifa to attack the Demand Free Speech rally in Washington, D.C. with acid, and a newly surfaced video showing Antifa members chanting “Allahu akbar, smash these Nazi scum” in 2017, a petition has been launched to label Antifa a terrorist organization.

As President Trump’s first term comes to a close, Antifa organizations all around the nation have gotten even more violent and depraved. They have burnt down universities, attacked the elderly and even threatened acid attacks. Antifa continues to target their fellow citizens with acts of violence and intimidation in order to reach a desired political outcome. Recently, members of Antifa brutally assaulted an independent journalist, who remains hospitalized with a brain bleed after being viciously beaten and doused in liquid concrete.

Trending: NEW THREAT: Antifa Plans Acid Attack on D.C. Free Speech Rally, Promises To Blind Attendees

Demand the White House and President Trump take direct action in labeling Antifa as a domestic terrorist group, full stop. Our nation’s security and homeland are at risk until we are able to clearly define Antifa as domestic terrorists.

End this madness.
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Mon Jul 1, 2019, 03:12 AM (10 replies)

AOC is truly a Dumbass,

Wait, WHAT? AOC says it’s ironic that people whose families came to US through Ellis Island oppose illegal immigration

Ellis Island was a LEGAL Port of Entry, she is a total fool
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Jun 30, 2019, 02:13 PM (10 replies)

Douchebag Portland Mayor getting Backlash After Antifa Attacks Reporter covering their latest Protes

Well Lets hope so but I believe DOJ investigation is in order
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Jun 30, 2019, 12:32 PM (12 replies)

Democratic Debate (The Rap)

Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Jun 30, 2019, 09:08 AM (0 replies)

Carter Page FISA one step closer to fuller declassification (Coup about to be exposed)

The Justice Department declined on Friday to declassify any more information from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act documents related to the surveillance of former Trump campaign associate Carter Page.

Although the agency acknowledged in a court filing that one barrier to further transparency had expired, more obstacles remain following repeated pro-declassification statements from President Trump and the declassification authority he recently gave to Attorney General William Barr.

After dueling memos from Republicans and Democrats on the House Intelligence Committee in 2018, as well as Freedom of Information Act lawsuits from a number of media outlets and watchdog groups, the 412 pages of redacted Page FISA documents were released on July 21, 2018. The FISA documents were based in large part upon allegations stemming from an unverified dossier compiled by British ex-spy Christopher Steele at the behest of the opposition research firm Fusion GPS, which had been hired by Perkins Coie, the law firm for the Hillary Clinton campaign and the Democratic National Committee.

One of the groups using FOIA to fight for information on the Page FISA documents is the James Madison Project, which filed a federal lawsuit in D.C. District Court in 2017 seeking access to any FOIA documents “authorizing surveillance of President Trump, his presidential campaign, his private company, or his associates” as well as any FOIA applications for orders submitted to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.

While special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russian election interference was still ongoing, the Justice Department contended that further information from the Page FISA could not be released, citing FOIA Exemption 7(A), which indicated that releasing the Page documents “could reasonably be expected to interfere with enforcement proceedings.”

But once Mueller’s investigation ended in March and his report was released in April, the DOJ noted that it was “evaluating the impact, if any, of the conclusion of the Special Counsel’s work in this investigation on this litigation.” In May, the department said that it had “preliminarily assessed that no further disclosures are likely to be appropriate at this time” but that the government was “still evaluating, however, the extent to which Exemption (b)(7)(A) continues to apply to at least some of the withholdings.”

On Friday, the Justice Department informed the court and the James Madison Project that it had concluded its “re-review of the responsive FISA records” and determined that Exemption 7(A) has “expired as to all instances where it was cited as a basis for withholding information”, which meant that release of Page FISA information would no longer interfere with an ongoing investigation. Still, the DOJ also said that “in each instance where Exemption 7(A) was cited, one or more other FOIA Exemptions were also asserted”, which means DOJ still has other justifications to keep the blacked out sections of the Page FISA secret. The memo said that at this time there was no “additional segregable information available for release.”

In April, Trump hinted that he might be moving toward declassifying more of this information himself. In an interview, Fox News host Sean Hannity asked Trump, “Will you declassify the FISA applications, Gang of Eight material, those 302s, or, you know, what we call on this program the ‘bucket of five’?”

Trump responded, “Yes. Everything is going to be declassified and more, much more than what you just mentioned. It will all be declassified.”

When the James Madison Project reached out to the DOJ to see if Trump’s interview meant that Trump was declassifying more information, they say they were told in late April that “the Department of Justice has not received a declassification order from President Trump and that the agency is not currently conducting a new declassification review.”

In late May, Trump gave Barr “full and complete authority to declassify information” related to the origins of the federal investigation into possible ties between the Trump campaign and Russia, and he “directed the intelligence community to quickly and fully cooperate with the Attorney General’s investigation.”

This has reportedly caused some consternation in the intelligence community, but it has not resulted in any significant public disclosures thus far.

Trump has been promising FISA declassification action for nearly a year now. On Sept. 17, 2018, the White House said that Trump was directing his agencies to "provide for the immediate declassification" of a number of materials, including "pages 10-12 and 17-34 of the June 2017 application to the FISA court in the matter of Carter W. Page" and "all FBI reports of interviews prepared in connection with all Carter Page FISA applications.”

He backed away from the move a few days later. “I met with the DOJ concerning the declassification of various UNREDACTED documents. They agreed to release them but stated that so doing may have a perceived negative impact on the Russia probe. Also, key Allies’ called to ask not to release,” Trump tweeted. “Therefore, the Inspector General has been asked to review these documents on an expedited basis. I believe he will move quickly on this (and hopefully other things which he is looking at). In the end I can always declassify if it proves necessary. Speed is very important to me — and everyone!”

Despite these repeated pronouncements from Trump, nothing more has been revealed from the Page FISA documents since their redacted release nearly a year ago. Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s investigation into alleged FISA abuse and the relationship between Steele and the FBI has been ongoing since March 2018.

Tick Tock Barack
Posted by Gunslinger201 | Sun Jun 30, 2019, 04:49 AM (4 replies)
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