HURRY, HURRY, STEP RIGHT UP…

The Democrats are shooting blanks this go around.

They’ve already thrown Biden under the bus, which leaves them with Bernie or Beto.

Tell me, anyone, can you imagine the USA having a president called Bernie or Beto?

Bernie sounds like an inbred cross between Bert and Ernie.

Beto sounds too close to “Beat Off.”

Both are running on the “Trump is a racist” platform since “Russia, Russia, Russia” (RIP) was killed off by Robert Mueller.

They’re warming up by calling others like Benjamin Netanyahu racists.

Same shit, different day with these dolts.

Trump’s gonna wallop the hell out of all their candidates, which is at about 24 now.

Get your popcorn and beer ready ’cause this election is gonna be a huge circus sideshow.

There’ll be dead Democrat carcasses strewn all over The Swamp.

 

CHELSEA ‘SNOWFLAKE’ HANDLER

Chelsea Handler says Trump’s 2016 win sent her to a shrink and hooked her on marijuana.

Poor Chelsea … crying, shaking, mascara running down her face while she rolls a fat one and smokes it on the crapper.

Why does this mental image makes me so happy?

THE THREE BRANCHES OF GOVERNMENT

One poll concludes that 74% of Americans cannot name the 3-branches of government.

There is no doubt that Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is one of the 74%; she knows as much about civics as my pet rock knows about calculus.

Millennials, Gen X and Gen Z make my pet rock look like a Mensa candidate.

And a slew of people believe the lie that the three branches of government are the Executive, Legislative and Judicial.

Let me set the record straight here so you can hold your head up high and walk with the pride of knowing the real deal.

Currently, the three branches of government are George Soros, Donald Trump and the IRS.

Your assignment: Go read a civics book.

JUSTICE HAD A GREAT WEEK

Trump won.

Judge Jeanine is back.

Rachel Maddow and the MSM ate major shit.

Gutfeld now loves Trump.

Michael Avenatti is going to prison.

Fox still sucks.

Hollywood still blows.

Alec Baldwin is still gay.

Yep. Great week.

VICTOR DAVIS HANSON ON THE FAILED DEEP STATE COUP ATTEMPT

Victor Davis Hanson Pronounces The Coup Against Trump Dead, Then Performs An Autopsy

American Greatness’ Victor Davis Hanson wrote an excellent piece in which he looks at how government bureaucrats were able to perpetrate and maintain their plan to destroy Donald Trump’s candidacy and, once elected, his presidency. Hanson begins with a declaration that all phases of their highly coordinated coup have failed. He believes their plot to overturn a fair election and to remove a sitting president, will one day be recognized as the greatest scandal in American political history.

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Hanson writes:

The deep state is by nature cowardly. It does not move unless it feels it can disguise its subterranean efforts or that, if revealed, those efforts will be seen as popular and necessary—as expressed in tell-all book titles such as fired FBI Director James Comey’s Higher Loyalty or in disgraced Deputy FBI Director Andrew McCabe’s psychodramatic The Threat.

In candidate and President Trump’s case that prepping of the battlefield translated into a coordinated effort among the media, political progressives and celebrities to so demonize Trump that his imminent removal likely would appear a relief to the people. Anything was justified that led to that end.

FBI officials, like Andrew McCabe, found that the media was more than willing to oblige. Correspondents would happily publish any “leaks” officials were willing to provide and even worked directly with members of the Clinton campaign to coordinate attacks against Trump.

Hanson wrote:

From the Wikileaks trove, journalistic grandees such as John Harwood, Mark Leibovich, Dana Milbank, and Glenn Thrush often communicated (and even post factum were unapologetic about doing so) with John Podesta’s staff to construct various anti-Trump themes and have the Clinton campaign review or even audit them in advance.

Some contract “journalists” apparently were paid directly by Fusion GPS—created by former reporters Glen Simpson of the Wall Street Journal and Susan Schmidt of the Washington Post—to spread lurid stories from the dossier.

This was by no means business as usual. Then-DNC official Donna Brazile contacted the Clinton Campaign with advance knowledge of a primary debate question. Hanson reminds us of  “CNN’s consultation with the DNC about forming talking points for a scheduled Trump interview.”

Celebrities even joined the fray. Recall Madonna’s comments about blowing up the White House and Johnny Depp asking, “When is the last time an actor shot a president?” At every opportunity, Robert DeNiro would go off on profanity-laced rants about Trump. And there were so many more.

Liberal television co-hosts tried to outdo each other in their negative coverage of Trump and all worked (and continue to work) to portray him as racist, evil, perverse, unrefined and stupid.

At the same time, liberal attorneys, foundations, Democratic politicians, and progressive activists variously sued to overturn the election on false charges of rigged voting machines. They sought to subvert the Electoral College. They introduced articles of impeachment. They sued to remove Trump under the Emoluments Clause. They attempted to invoke the 25th Amendment. And they even resurrected the ossified Logan Act—before focusing on the appointment of a special counsel to discredit the Trump presidency. Waiting for the 2020 election was seen as too quaint.

Hanson noted that the existence of a highly weaponized FBI set the stage for the conspiracy which was to follow. In 2016, the FBI had been tasked with investigating Hillary Clinton’s use of a private email server during her tenure as Secretary of State. Officials, convinced that Clinton would win the election, did their best to scuttle the investigation.

About a dozen FBI and DOJ grandees have now resigned, retired, been fired, or reassigned for unethical and likely illegal behavior—and yet have not faced criminal indictments. The reputation of the FBI as venerable agency is all but wrecked. Its administrators variously have libeled the Trump voters, expressed hatred for Trump, talked of “insurance policies” in ending the Trump candidacy, and inserted informants into the Trump campaign.

The former Obama directors of the CIA and National Intelligence, with security clearances intact, hit the television airways as paid “consultants” and almost daily accused the sitting president of Russian collusion and treason—without cross-examination or notice that both previously had lied under oath to Congress (and did so without subsequent legal exposure), and both were likely knee-deep in the dissemination of the Steele dossier among Obama administration officials.

John Brennan’s CIA likely helped to spread the Fusion GPS dossier among elected and administrative state officials. Some in the NSC in massive and unprecedented fashion requested the unmasking of surveilled names of Trump subordinates, and then illegally leaked them to the press.

Hanson’s piece provides details of the aftermath of Comey’s firing, the appointment of the special counsel, and Robert Mueller’s team.

The thinking of the conspirators, Hanson said, was based on three assumptions. First, they all assumed that Hillary would be the next president and any “FBI and DOJ unethical and illegal behavior would be forgotten if not rewarded.” Second, the content of the dossier was so “vile and salacious,” they could do “whatever they damn well pleased.” Third, “the general contempt in which he was held by the bipartisan coastal elite, celebrities, and the deep state, meant that even illegal means to continue the campaign-era effort to destroy Trump and now abort his presidency were felt to be moral and heroic acts without legal consequences, and the media would see the conspirators as heroes.”

All of the participants believed their actions were justified because Trump was such a bad man and did not deserve to win the presidency.

Hanson writes that the Mueller team learned early on that there was no Trump/Russian collusion, “yet they went ahead to leverage Trump campaign subordinates on process crimes in hopes of finding some culpability in Trump’s past 50-year business, legal, and tax records.”

Following three years of investigations, President Trump is still standing. The Senate Judiciary Committee last week announced they have found no evidence that Trump colluded with Russia and Democratic lawmakers and journalists are finding it hard to come to terms with it. Rep. Adam Schiff (D-CA), one of Trump’s most virulent critics, told CNN yesterday that “

It will be hard for them to accept that they’ve lost. It will be even more difficult for those whose unethical behavior crossed the line into illegal behavior for which they may be held responsible one day. Those who were involved in obtaining the FISA warrant to spy on Carter Page might fall into this category as well as those like McCabe who lied to investigators and leaked stories to the press without authorization.

Hanson is correct that the coup has failed. Too much has been revealed for Democrats to continue the ruse – though they will try.

It’s your move, Mr. Barr.

THE SPEECH THAT MADE TRUMP PRESIDENT

I CAN ONLY IMAGINE

Trump and Pelosi go at it.

THE NEW JEWS

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Adolf Hitler did a brilliant and effective job of generating mass hate for and against Jews with his Nazi movement.

He understood that humans always need someone to hate, so he gave them just that. He also understood that if he could get everyone on the same sheet of hate music, he could use them as his personal hate army.

By employing all the Jedi mind tricks he could conjure up in order to influence others into becoming flaming anti-Semites like himself, he knew he could take their minds off the suffering German economy.

One of the most creative Nazi tricks was to blame everyone else for all the atrocities they themselves were perpetrating. The effectiveness of this technique may seem counterintuitive, but we can all see how well it worked then and still works today. More on this later.

But rather than using Donald Trump-like techniques to jump start the economy, Hitler fired them up and led them into a world war by using bigotry, racism, propaganda, hate, lies, false promises and insanity—all of which took their minds off their woes.

We all know how that story ended.

Fast forward to 2015 when Donald Trump announced his candidacy as a Republican for the presidential race of 2016 and won. Again, an economy was suffering and everybody with half a brain had a gullet full of the “anointed one,” Barack Hussein Obama. However, in this case Trump employed actual fixes to Barry’s liberal blunders and Muslim sabotage which had created huge public dolor. Trump repaired our failing economy and it is now booming.

How did the Democrats respond from the outset of Trump’s candidacy? Trump instantly became the object of their ire. They took their fallback position: Smear the bastard!

So, has this worked for the left?

For the sake of drawing an accurate parallel, let’s call the entire left—from center left to the whacked out far left—”Nazis.” This includes the propaganda wing called the mainstream media (MSM), politically left courts (like the 9th circuit), liberal states, all Democrat politicians and Republicans in name only (RINO’s).

Since 2015, every hour of every day of every week of every month has been devoted to tearing down Trump by the Nazis and every other leftist from Toledo to Timbuktu. It has ultimately become a worldwide Nazi movement against Trump and anyone who supports him.

According to these Nazis, if one does not behave and think exactly as they dictate, then one is guilty of bigotry, racism, propaganda, hate, lies, false promises and insanity. Sound familiar?

As far as the Nazis are concerned, conservative Trumpers and our Constitutional Republic have become the new Jews. Ironically, liberal Jews are co-conspirators in this Nazi world.

IN ANTICIPATION OF THE STATE OF THE UNION ADDRESS

Anyone who has been following the jousts between the Dems and Trump knows that—thanks to Nancy Pelosi—this address has been hanging in the balance.

Of course the crafty Trump has been ruminating on how to “punk” Nancy. He rarely loses.

Here are my thoughts on how he should proceed:

  1. Do not deliver it from Congress.
  2. Set a new location where the president delivers it… perhaps from the Senate.
  3. Do not invite the Speaker of the House.
  4. Mark history with the fact that Nancy Pelosi caused this change.
  5. BUILD THE GODDAMNED WALL.

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I’M A SENIOR TRUMP OFFICIAL, AND I HOPE A LONG SHUTDOWN SMOKES OUT THE RESISTANCE

From The Daily Caller

The Daily Caller is taking the rare step of publishing this anonymous op-ed at the request of the author, a senior official in the Trump administration whose identity is known to us and whose career would be jeopardized by its disclosure. We believe publishing this essay anonymously is the only way to deliver an important perspective to our readers.

 

The letter:

As one of the senior officials working without a paycheck, a few words of advice for the president’s next move at shuttered government agencies: lock the doors, sell the furniture, and cut them down.

Federal employees are starting to feel the strain of the shutdown. I am one of them. But for the sake of our nation, I hope it lasts a very long time, till the government is changed and can never return to its previous form.

The lapse in appropriations is more than a battle over a wall. It is an opportunity to strip wasteful government agencies for good.

On an average day, roughly 15 percent of the employees around me are exceptional patriots serving their country. I wish I could give competitive salaries to them and no one else. But 80 percent feel no pressure to produce results. If they don’t feel like doing what they are told, they don’t.

Why would they? We can’t fire them. They avoid attention, plan their weekend, schedule vacation, their second job, their next position — some do this in the same position for more than a decade.

They do nothing that warrants punishment and nothing of external value. That is their workday: errands for the sake of errands — administering, refining, following and collaborating on process. “Process is your friend” is what delusional civil servants tell themselves. Even senior officials must gain approval from every rank across their department, other agencies and work units for basic administrative chores.

Process is what we serve, process keeps us safe, process is our core value. It takes a lot of people to maintain the process. Process provides jobs. In fact, there are process experts and certified process managers who protect the process. Then there are the 5 percent with moxie (career managers). At any given time they can change, clarify or add to the process — even to distort or block policy counsel for the president.

Saboteurs peddling opinion as research, tasking their staff on pet projects or pitching wasteful grants to their friends. Most of my career colleagues actively work against the president’s agenda. This means I typically spend about 15 percent of my time on the president’s agenda and 85 percent of my time trying to stop sabotage, and we have no power to get rid of them. Until the shutdown.

Due to the lack of funding, many federal agencies are now operating more effectively from the top down on a fraction of their workforce, with only select essential personnel serving national security tasks. One might think this is how government should function, but bureaucracies operate from the bottom up — a collective of self-generated ideas. Ideas become initiatives, formalize into offices, they seek funds from Congress and become bureaus or sub-agencies, and maybe one day grow to be their own independent agency, like ours. The nature of a big administrative bureaucracy is to grow to serve itself. I watch it and fight it daily.

When the agency is full, employees held liable for poor performance respond with threats, lawsuits, complaints and process in at least a dozen offices, taking years of mounting paperwork with no fear of accountability, extending their careers, while no real work is done. Do we succumb to such extortion? Yes. We pay them settlements, we waive bad reviews, and we promote them.

Many government agencies have adopted the position that more complaints are good because it shows inclusion in, you guessed it, the process. When complaints come, it is cheaper to pay them off than to hold public servants accountable. The result: People accused of serious offenses are not charged, and self-proclaimed victims are paid by you, the American taxpayer.

The message to federal supervisors is clear. Maintain the status quo, or face allegations. Many federal employees truly believe that doing tasks more efficiently and cutting out waste, by closing troubled programs instead of expanding them, “is morally wrong,” as one cried to me.

I get it. These are their pets. It is tough to put them down and let go, and many resist. This phenomenon was best summed up by a colleague who said, “The goal in government is to do nothing. If you try to get things done, that’s when you will run into trouble.”

But President Trump can end this abuse. Senior officials can reprioritize during an extended shutdown, focus on valuable results and weed out the saboteurs. We do not want most employees to return, because we are working better without them. Sure, we empathize with families making tough financial decisions, like mine, and just like private citizens who have to find other work and bring competitive value every day, while paying more than a third of their salary in federal taxes.

President Trump has created more jobs in the private sector than the furloughed federal workforce. Now that we are shut down, not only are we identifying and eliminating much of the sabotage and waste, but we are finally working on the president’s agenda.

President Trump does not need Congress to address the border emergency, and yes, it is an emergency. Billions upon billions of hard-earned tax dollars are still being dumped into foreign aid programs every year that do nothing for America’s interest or national security. The president does not need congressional funding to deconstruct abusive agencies who work against his agenda. This is a chance to effect real change, and his leverage grows stronger every day the shutdown lasts.

The president should add to his demands, including a vote on all of his political nominees in the Senate. Send the career appointees back. Many are in the 5 percent of saboteurs and resistance leaders. (RELATED: New Facts Indicate Mueller Destroyed Evidence, Obstructed Justice)

A word of caution: To be a victory, this shutdown must be different than those of the past and should achieve lasting disruption with two major changes, or it will hurt the president.

The first thing we need out of this is better security, particularly at the southern border. Our founders envisioned a free market night watchman state, not the bungled bloated bureaucracy our government has become. But we have to keep the uniformed officers paid, which is an emergency. Ideally, continue a resolution to pay the essential employees only, if they are truly working on national security. Furloughed employees should find other work, never return and not be paid.

Secondly, we need savings for taxpayers. If this fight is merely rhetorical bickering with Nancy Pelosi, we all lose, especially the president. But if it proves that government is better when smaller, focusing only on essential functions that serve Americans, then President Trump will achieve something great that Reagan was only bold enough to dream.

The president’s instincts are right. Most Americans will not miss non-essential government functions. A referendum to end government plunder must happen. Wasteful government agencies are fighting for relevance but they will lose. Now is the time to deliver historic change by cutting them down forever.


What amazes me is that Trump gets so many things done with all this sabotage going on around him, and while being hacked up by lying Democrats and the fake news media.