For once, I sort of agree with the bitch.

Hillary Clinton: Obama’s record made it hard to run on ‘agenda of change’ – Fox News

“It is true that when you run to succeed a two-term president of your own party, you have a historical headwind blowing against you,” Clinton told radio host Hugh Hewitt. “It’s not just this campaign can be set apart from everything that’s ever happened in our politics. It is a challenge.”

“If you are both the candidate defending a lot of the areas of agreement, but also putting forth an agenda for change, which is what I tried to do, it is often difficult to get the second part of that message through,” she added. “So I do think it was a problem.”

Of course, if it wasn’t for Obama’s corrupt FBI and DOJ, Clinton would never have had the opportunity to run for the Presidency at all.  But to a small extent, she’s right.  Eight years of an impotent, America-hating, race-bating, white-guilt/affirmative action President doesn’t exactly set the table for a woman who was basically campaigning as a third Barack Obama term (on the rare occasion she actually articulated policy).

Regardless, the fact that this woman got a single vote is a shameful page in this country’s history.


As well they should…

Judicial Watch Uncovers New Evidence of FBI Leadership Panicking Over ‘Conflicts of Interest’ With Clinton Email Investigation – The Gateway Pundit

An October 23, 2016, email shows McCabe running the response effort to a Wall Street Journal article that was published that day, titled “Clinton Ally Aided Campaign of FBI Official’s Wife.” McCabe provides Michael Kortan, the assistant director of Public Affairs, his version of a timeline of events surrounding the Clinton investigation and his wife’s campaign. McCabe said he contacted then-FBI Chief of Staff Chuck Roseburg about Jill McCabe’s candidacy and was told that “the D [Comey] has no issue with it.” (Judicial Watch earlier this month released documents showing that McCabe finally did recuse himself from the Clinton investigation only a week before last year’s presidential election.)

“Internally, the Wall Street Journal article started a flurry of emails among Mrs. McCabe’s campaign, Kortan, Director McCabe, and the FBI’s General Counsel. Part of that exchange is an email from McCabe to someone in the General Counsel’s Office: “Sucks pretty much. Buckle in. It’s going to get rough.” The colleague responds, “I know. It’s awful. I shouldn’t be shocked by now, but I really am appalled,” recounts Fitton.

One can only hope that Trump has left McCabe alone in order to catch him in a felonious act for later prosecution.



…I was a bit too hasty in my criticism of Attorney General Jeff Sessions.  As regular readers of this blog know, I have outright accused him of being compromised.

Perhaps I’ll look like a fool for saying this, but I believe there’s a good chance that I was wrong and that his lack of public action is a cover for significant action in private.  There were elements of his testimony last week during the Democrat’s dog and pony show on Capital Hill that is mostly responsible for changing my mind as well as some legal research.

I’m hoping that I was wrong before and that I’m right now and not the inverse.  think we will know before the end of the year.

Watch for the signs…

Yesterday, Hillary Clinton gave an interview with Mother Jones where she stated that any investigation into her past dealings would be an abuse of power:

Hillary Clinton on Trump’s Election: “There are Lots of Questions about Its Legitimacy” – Mother Jones

On the very same day, the CIA-owned Washington Post published a piece by John Podesta (who is actually a regular columnist for them, I shit you not) where he argued that any investigation into Hillary Clinton would “upend 230 years of Constitutional principle”.  If you can stomach it, read the entire article.  It’s very instructive when you remember that the Clintons and the Obamas always accuse others of what they themselves have done.  They are masters at gaslighting the public.

Trump wants to upend 230 years of constitutional principle – WashPo / John “the spirit cooker” Podesta

So viewed in a vacuum, these are just two pieces by two criminals trying to take down a President.

But in reality, this is a coordinated attempt inoculate the public for the eventual indictment of Hillary Rodham Clinton.  They want to program the Hillbots into believing that any indictment or even just an investigation of Hillary Clinton is nothing more than an abuse of power by the current Administration.

There is no shortage of evidence in the public realm that support the notion that Hillary Clinton has committed serious crimes in her quest for power and money.  But it’s the tip of the iceberg.

I was in the same room…

…with Al Franken around 15 years ago.  Very small man, albeit with an unusually large head perilously balanced on top of that tiny body.

The setting was a public town hall.  I won’t bore anyone with details but the evening left an impression.  The anger and condescension with which he spoke to a woman he disagreed with was alarming.  He was furious.  But more than anything, Al radiated the impression that he always felt he was the smartest guy in the room by a significant margin.

He was elected via fraud and was the deciding vote for Obamacare.  He’s been one of the most partisan politicians in the senate.  I already knew he was a piece of shit.  Turns out he’s really a piece of shit:

Check out the article linked in the tweet.

He also harassed the shit out of a woman over political differences.  THIS is the side of Franken that I have seen up close and personal.

There’s also an old interview from 1973 with Franken that has been making the rounds today.  I want to make it clear in that I respect and believe in the human ability to truly change for the better in one’s actions and thinking.  It doesn’t happen often, but people can change after some introspection.  But sometimes someone does or says something that’s so grotesque that it’s difficult to have any faith that they’ve reformed themselves.

Even back in 1973, Franken clearly thinks he’s the smartest guy in the room.  It positively radiates off of the article.  But he also says this:

He recalled writing a skit called “Seamen on Broadway” that was rejected from the Hasty Pudding show “by some preppie so they could take some other preppie’s skit.” Franken started to smile again, but his tone was serious, too serious. “It’s not preppies, cause I’m a preppie myself. I just don’t like homosexuals. If you ask me, they’re all homosexuals in the Pudding. Hey, I was glad when that Pudding homosexual got killed in Philadelphia.” The smile became so broad it pushed his eyes shut. He couldn’t stand it any longer. “Put that in, put that in,” Franken laughed, leaning over the desk. “I’d love to see that in The Crimson.”

The quote can be interpreted in a number of ways.  At best, this is a fucked up attempt at trying to shock the interviewer.  At worst… well..

Interesting that it’s 11PM right now and not a single Democrat has called on Franken to resign.  Rules for thee but not for me.

More politicians will be outed for this kind of behavior in the near future.

And in regards to Roy Moore, I don’t know.  Maybe he’s a piece of shit, maybe he’s not.  He has a lot of accusers but those accusers have extraordinarily sketchy backgrounds and it looks like at least some of the evidence is falsified.  Given the man has been basically incorruptible during his 40 year career, it stands to reason that he’s one of the last people that the Establishment would want in the Senate.

But who knows?  Maybe he has done some of the things he’s accused of.  I don’t know.  I’m keeping an open mind as we move forward.

How does…

…. a couple of guys who are supposedly just IT Staffers get Rahm Emmanuel to get them out of Pakistani prison?

Dem IT Aide Used Political Influence To Have Fraud Charges Dropped In Pakistan, Paper Says – Daily Caller

The family of Imran Awan, the now-indicted former IT aide to Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz and other Democrats, was previously accused of fraud in Pakistan involving “huge chunks” of land, but the charges were dropped because “Awan’s son had easy access to the corridors of power,” according to a detailed article in a Pakistani newspaper.

Elderly farmers said Imran’s father ripped them off, but local police dropped charges against Imran’s father and targeted his accusers after alleged pressure from Pakistani national-level politicians, the Sept. 3, 2009, article in Dawn reported. The story was headlined, “Influential expat shields father from long arm of law.”

A Democratic IT aide said Imran told him a similar story in a House cafeteria in 2009 and said Imran claimed he persuaded Rahm Emanuel — the Obama White House chief of staff who employed the Awan family during his days as a congressman — to intervene. The Dawn article refers to Imran as a White House employee.

The dropped charges and alleged punishing of victims raise questions about whether congressional employers pulled in favors, and how an IT aide could have such influence. The Awans had access to the emails of 45 members of Congress.

The short answer is:  Because they’re part of a spy ring in Congress.

On the Biden/Uncle Touchy story..

In hindsight, I should have added a bit more about the Joe Biden report last evening.

For those of you whose initial reaction to the report was “Wait, this is an anonymously sourced report, shouldn’t I be skeptical of this?”

Under normal circumstances, absolutely.  And I would have been skeptical of it as well if it weren’t for two things:

-Big things are happening.  I was told to watch for big leaks as the next phase.

-But in a more direct fashion, I wasn’t skeptical of the report because of the countless videos and photos of this fucking creep inappropriately touching women and children and making them feel extremely uncomfortable.