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  • formwiz

    Very little has been stopped, as of yet.

    Flynn did himself in and 9th Circus’ wish for a review means they know Robart ought to file for early retirement.

    • AlphaMike

      They absolutely can dig up dirt on Robarts and use it to reveal him as the fraudulent “authority” he is. It is naïve to imagine they cannot do this. Make no mistake. If they look, they will find something. His kind always has something to hide. Scratch the surface and they will prove to either be criminals, perverts or addicts. Team Trump has no excuse for not taking the gloves off when they are surrounded on all sides by a seditious mob out for blood.

    • I never thought of Roberts as anything but bobama’s lap dog. Sit up and beg, throw him a cookie. Some of his written opinions have been in the ‘say what???’ category.

      • AlphaMike

        Female lapdog is more like it. A bitch’s bitch, as it were, in perpetual heat.

        When a dog becomes a problem, you put it down. Roberts is a “good girl” to the wrong master, so it’s time to get out the gun and take her out back.

      • JTC

        Robart…the district judge who denied Trump’s request to delay the suit against his muzzie ban.

        Not that the scotus dude is any different in ruling for conservative causes…biggest disappointment in my memory for the third leg.

  • Southpaw

    Dearest Readers:

    The latest on the wish list of Maxine Waters et al is to impeach Trump. Whats missing from this masturbatory fantasy is how. Explain to me the exact nuts and bolts of how they can do this, given they have no House, no Senate, no States governors. Nothing. They couldn’t impeach the White House florist if they wanted to.

    • Not to mention no impeachable offense.
      I am getting so sick of this crap.

      • Redleg

        I think that to the modern democrats, no impeachable offense is immaterial; if they had the votes, they would impeach anyway. Only power matters to them.

        • Bill G

          In what they use for minds the ‘R’ after his name is an impeachable offense.
          Even if he were to do everything they want they would want him out so one of theirs could put their name on the actions.
          The fact that he’s acting as a conservative merely exacerbates their anger.

          • Old Codger

            Bill G wrote

            “In what they use for minds the ‘R’ after his name is an impeachable offense.”

            In their minds beating Hildmort is an impeachable offense. I also agree with Redleg that if they had the votes they would impeach anyway. It would be a trivial task to manufacture an alleged offense. With the LSM willingly carrying the leftist party line, how hard would it be? If the GOP loses its majority in the mid-terms Katy bar the door!

    • Paladin

      The GOP establishment is crossing the aisle as we speak. The “Ruling Class” will not be denied…Bastards.

      • noncom

        Yup…..I’ve noticed that as well….Trump has no help in draining the swamp, on either side….”when you are up to your ass in alligators, it’s difficult to remember your original objective was to drain the swamp”

        • Doggo

          Especially when the folks you brought into the swamp to help are really alligators in disguise.

  • Th3o

    When Nixon was clearly guilty the republicans went to him and told him that they could see that he was guilty. They were not going to stand up for him. The democrats will stand behind Bill even with DNA on a blue dress. Until the TEA party knocked off a few the GOPe would stand with the democrats even if their man was innocent. As dangerous as democrat national socialists are to our nation I kinda think the GOPe is/was more dangerous.

    • David M

      I agree.

    • Old Codger

      No question.

    • A wolf is dangerous to sheep.
      A wolf that looks like a sheep is even more dangerous.
      Only a sheepdog can tell the difference.

  • JTC

    What’s the difference between entrenched bureaucrats, establishment media, protestors/rioters, academics, entertainers, some furriners, and lefty pols?

    Nothing. They are all obstructionists. Their only agenda is “Stop Trump”. And all for the same reason; self preservation and perpetuation. Period.

    And the response to all should be the same; grind them into hamburger.

  • Bill

    I’ll believe it when I see it. Canning Flynn is not a good sign.

    • David M

      Unfortunately, I agree here too…

    • Old Codger

      Actually, I would argue that it is a GOOD sign. Read Scott Adams’ blog post below and see what you think.

      http://tinyurl.com/Trump-Mgmt-Style

      • JTC

        Absolutely correct, both Dilbert’s post and your reading of it, OC.

        I need to learn more about Naval Ravikont, he’s one smart dude.

  • Deplorable B Woodman

    Do it. Grind the obstructionists (excellent catch all word) into hamburger. Record it, put it on PPV, I’d pay good money to see it. Pay off the national debt.

    • JTC

      Catch-all and all-encompassing.

      http://www.thefreedictionary.com/obstructionist

      But much more than filibustering, every group and every tactic is involved as I said above with one simple goal, take down Trump to save themselves.

      I did leave out one participant, maybe even the most destructive; the gopes, which as someone upthread mentioned is upping its game with the scum McCain’t and the fag Graham in the lead, but with the same lame reason.

      And they are lame, all of them, in every sense of the word…the know it, and they are desperate, and they deserve to be ground under the heel of Trump and the deplorables he stands for…and we must be sure to stand for him…grind ’em, DT!

  • Calvin

    From what I understand about what Flynn is supposed to have done (violate the Logan Act and/or not be forthcoming to the Vice President) it sounds like that any celebrity or politician who went into the world professing that THEY represented what the U.S. wanted or stood for;
    Sean Penn–Haiti and Cuba
    Michael Moore–Cuba
    Ted Kennedy–El Salvador
    Ron Dellums–El Salvador
    Dennis Rodman–North Korea
    Everyone who went to Iraq to be a human shield in 1990.
    The list goes on…

    • JSStryker

      Don’t forget San Fran Nan-Syria

    • John D. Egbert

      Don’t forget the Cape Cod Orca going to Moscow to confer with Andropov to undermine Reagan . . .

    • Arkelk

      Very true, but since they were supporting “progressive” causes and were embarrassing the US under republicans, it’s all right.

  • NotYetInACamp

    The people’s will has been expressed.
    Apply the law and the will of the people.
    The Vichy deep state has applied the will of those against the USA for decades.
    Even 85% of the people of the USA wanting something and demanding that something has been denied by the Vichy in power.
    The swamp need to continued to be drained. Replacements must be put in place. First by the Trump Administration. Then more y the people in the next election. The Supreme Court must reflect the will of the people of the USA. Our citizens must be heard and their will must make us great again.

  • HB

    So long as Trump finally throws that “Rancid Penis” in the grinder…everything will work out ok….that RINO’s time is long overdue to be thrown out.

    • John D. Egbert

      Had me a bit flummoxed for a bit there — then came the dawn: Rinse Prewash. I agree completely.

      • Old Codger

        Thanks, Mr. E. Don’t think I would’ve gotten it without your post. The only “Rancid Penis” I could think of was the one in the pix on that USB drive left at the DDQ. I figure old “Tony boy” musta taken a shedload of grief about his last name in public school (or school period). Reckon old “Prewash” caught just a tad?

  • NotYetInACamp

    Europe has many unwanted cooks spoiling their meatloaf.
    80% of the Europeans in a recent 5 EU nation survey disagree with the actions of the cooks. 15 nations are forming a separate group that includes many non EU nations to protect Europe because the EU, NATO, the UN, and other existing organization have either not acted or acted against the will of Europe. So have suggested they do elsewhere. They are ahead of me, now.
    Nigel speaks on the floor of the EU Parliament (Advisory only. The unelected and self appointing EU Commission has all legal power in the EU) pointing out how the cooks there have spoiled the meatloaf and the people are about to be heard even more so than last year.
    https://youtu.be/BCwOzDWLJ-g

    The Vichy deep state government here acts like the EC. They attempt to spoil the meatloaf that the people want, support, and demand. People that I have spoken with recently that were not supporters of President Trump now want him to succeed at what he is doing. Some now say that it is God’s will that trump is here to do what he is doing. Many (the majority) support the people’s cook. (or chef)

    • John

      Yet again the Brits have shown that they are indeed the Masters of the English Language. I can only marvel at how succinctly the speaker you have cited put across his point.
      Would that our own could hear ideas put across with such definition.

      • JTC

        Strong truths, well spoken.

        But I would submit that The Donald put those words in his mouth, and that we The Deplorables put the resolve in the hearts of the 80% that Nigel speaks of. Say it well, all well and good. Play it well, that’s what matters.

  • I’m loving the hamburger analogy. Now. Just. Fucking. DO IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Pete231

    How about the Russian guy that runs the Hydraulic Press Channel on youtube ? He’s always looking for new fodder for his machine to squash. Lay a bunch of dumbotwats between some flat plates, hit the button, and, presto, instant libtard panninis…..

  • Paladin

    I hit the https://www.whitehouse.gov/contact#page to send words of encouragement to President Trump. If he decides “aw fuckit” we are all hosed. I follow the KISS format: Keep It Short Stupid.

  • gafling

    Obama holdovers will continues to Trump’s biggest problem and one that will not soon go away unless he takes action. I suggest an E.O. stating this:

    Any government employee hired during either Obama administration:
    a) If you are a G-8 or above, this is your 30 day notice.

    b) If you are a G-7 or below, this is your 60 day notice.

    c) Within 40 days all remaining department heads will submit a plan that reduces your staff by 10%. The 10% reduction will be calculated based upon the remaining staff after item a) and item b) are applied.

    d) If you are being sacked, please recommend your replacement.
    (this will tell us who NOT to hire into that position)

    • Spin Drift

      This is a very good start. I wonder what home values around DC will fall to now that a vast majority won’t have jobs. I’d also ferret out the last minute lateral transfers out of Obama’s White House. They sow the seeds of progitude to where they land.

      Just image a long line of career progressives waiting their turn to enter the Oval Office just to have The Big D yell, “You’re Fired” at them after reading them the reasons why. And do it on live TV. So much Winning!!!!

      Spin
      No Quarter Given
      War Damn Screaming Eagle

    • Brent Dotson

      Disagree. The problem is not government employees, it is with the mission and setup of the government agencies. Most of them shouldn’t even exist. The agencies compound the problem by writing regulations to fulfil their mission, which effectively gives them law making abilities without the hassle of going through congress. This should not be possible. The department of commerce was originally set up to facilitate trade between the states, NOT as an excuse to regulate every facet of our lives. Change and/or eliminate agencies and restrict the growth of others. This will reduce the number of government employees without targeting them. Also if you keep the agencies, the ranks of government employees will just grow again eventually.

      • JTC

        While attempting to differentiate between gov agency entities and gov agency operatives (employees) is problematic, disassembling and displacing them is not, and Trump is on it.

        One of his first EO’s is that any agency that proposes a new reg must dispose of two. Also, any new reg will be zero-budgeted. It’ll take a while, but it will work. Self-eliminating bureaucracy…I love it!

      • Spin Drift

        I agree that getting rid of a few agencies wholesale would be great. Education and EPA to start then trimming the Ag dept and Commerce and HUD and Energy. But you have to ferret out the hidden zero army first.

        Spin
        War Damn Screaming Eagle
        RIP General Moore

    • Old Codger

      But I thought Civil Service was pretty much immune from dismissal after they reached a certain pay level. Is this not so? The AG is gonna have a Herculean task in the DOIJ. I hear there were/are lawyers all over the place with Hildabeast posters and stickers up on their walls and even doors. Won’t getting rid of them almost require dynamite?

  • Bill G

    Grinding up the members of the Deep State has got to be started by the congresscritters, since the Deep State largely consists of civil service workers who are hellaciously hard to fire.

    • RooftopVoter

      They said the same thing here, yet start writing them up and suddenly they get the message.

      I don’t have too many problems these days since they understood that I was seruious.

      • John

        Yes, the mere threat of not being promoted by seniority is enough to whip the vast majority into right and proper action.
        In the Civil Service results are had by controlling the placement of the brass ring, not by stopping the merry-go-round.

  • David M

    Chris,

    Love ya man but you do not make meatloaf in a covered pot…

    Just saying…

  • Bill G

    The State Department honchos are said to refer to the President, whoever it is, as ‘the summer help’, and consider themselves to be the only true makers of foreign policy since they deal with it throughout their careers.
    Heinlein had it right when he pointed out that in a matured society civil servant equated to civil master.

  • Mort

    A very popular radio personality in my area said this morning,
    Para phrase… the radical left which has hijacked the Democrat
    party had better be ready for when the Patriots who love
    America have finally had enough of their bullshit, and strike
    back….HARD.

    • John D. Egbert

      ADM Yamamoto’s comment about “…a rifle behind every blade of grass…” comes to mind.

      • NotYetInACamp

        That is why the enemy is attempting to replace the Americans with the “New Americans” that Obama was bringing in. Like the Muslims whose “faith” demands all infidels submit to Islam, and the gang bangers and their ilk, and the other people sent here as plunderers and invaders. The invading armies and their entourages. Forever separate.
        Same for Europe. The goal is to replace the nationalists and Western Civilization acculturated with those people that “they” can control (“they” think.)

        None of what has happenned in this matter over the past six decades was not planned at the macro leve. Individuals are involved on the micro level. Using Social Justice reasoning and logic, they all must be treated as part of the macro and expelled. They must be expelled as an invading Nazi Army was expelled from the lands that they had rolled into. No matter what the individual circumstances, they are part of an invading army. Social Justice is harsh no matter when it is applied.

        • John

          The fact is there is no such thing as Social Justice.
          If it is not Just for the individual it has no meaning and is an excuse to deny justice to anyone not deemed worthy by the Powers That Be.
          Social Justice is one hallmark of the Counter Enlightenment, whose legitimacy is to claim Divine Right of Bureaucracy over that of the Sovereign Individual.

      • AlphaMike

        We should make sure that they are too afraid to walk across even the smallest grassy lawn.

      • Old Codger

        ADM Yamamoto’s comment about “…a rifle behind every blade of grass…” comes to mind.

        PLUS unlike rug huggers who only know how to “spray and pray” most of us who own guns can shoot at least minimally well. We also outnumber the MuSlimes by a factor of what 100? 1,000? 10,000?

        • John

          Our biggest advantage is not our numbers or our fire power or our wealth.
          Our biggest advantage is we did not abandon the concept of Cause and Effect for the sake of religious dogma.

    • WayneM

      Are there any Dems left who love America? Where is their version of the TEA Party??

      • John

        They do exist, and they actually support Trump. Not because they like him but because he is now the duly elected President of the United States.
        In my book that puts them on a much higher level than the RINOs who want to sabotage Trump’s efforts to reform to their own advantage.

  • Oliver Heaviside

    You can usually silence the “impeach Trump” crowd by pointing out it would leave Pence in charge….

    • Old Codger

      Except that if they had the votes to terminate Trump, “doing” anybody else would be child’s play. At least until their people started being “terminated” – WITH PREJUDICE! Read the 2nd (IIRC) volume of Bracken’s “Enemies” trilogy to see what I mean. Hell! Just read the “Enemies” trilogy period. Great reads and some almost prescient stuff there.

  • RooftopVoter

    It is time for some perp walks and do not try and tell me those bastards didn’t break any laws.

    Leak info, go to jail.

  • the_frumious_bandersnatch

    In 1932 my great-grandfather, a Wendell Willkie republicrat, was fired from the office of postmaster of a small town in upstate NY when the demopublicans regained the Presidency. (Don’t even get me started on the vindictive nature of James Farley.) Fortunately for my grandfather, who was in med school (and was busy proposing to my grandmother over his cadaver) at the time, he had other job options – our family owned the town’s general store.
    In spite of that bit of family history I have no problem with the law being changed to once again make it *that easy* to throw the (bureaucrat) bums out, regardless of party.

    • Henry

      Ah, well, 1932 was pre-Hatch Act (1939).

  • Mort

    Just watched the joint news conference between President
    Trump and PM Benjamin Netanyahu; it is great to hear two
    world leaders speak plainly, and actually answer questions
    without the usual spin we are used to hearing.

    Interesting that Bibi said that now, Israel has Arab neighbors
    that see them as an ally instead of an enemy.

  • Old Codger

    Observation about “Civil Servants”. Have you ever met one who was either?

    • John

      Believe it or not I’m married to one.
      She is kind, helpful, and painstaking to a fault, and I believe it is because the organization she worked for (USDA) and now works for (the North Carolina equivalent) has a regulatory philosophy completely at odds with the norm.
      Their approach to regulation is to say to the regulated; “These are the applicable laws. Write up a plan that conforms to those laws and if we approve them you will be inspected and be expected to conform to that plan. If you do not conform to your own standards we will shut down your operation until you either make corrections to conform or submit a new plan and be re-approved.”
      This regulatory scheme has given the U.S. the world’s food safety gold standard and allowed us cheap, abundant, and almost ridiculously varied sustenance. Regulatory Capture is practically unheard-of because of the binary nature of enforcement.
      Compare this with the disastrous record of the Department of Commerce.
      Regulation does not have to be the playground of Little Tin Hitlers.

      • JTC

        “If you do not conform to your own standards…” Those words seem to be the key to the success of USDA in partnering with an industry rather than seeking to destroy it.

        The linchpin of capitalism is self-regulation. Left to its own device, with minimal oversight and enforcement, the profit motive of the marketplace is the strongest regulator.

  • writeby

    The logical consequence of establishing agencies to subsidize, regulate or control–whatever anyone thinks needs subsidizing (“Buy American!”) controlling (“Gotta avoid those ‘booms’ & ‘busts’ of unfettered capitalism!”) or regulating (“There oughta be a law!”)–is a government governed by bureaucrats.

    NPS, SEC, FTC, FED, FDA, FAA, FCC, EPA, IRS, HHS, etc., etc., etc., etc. etc., etc.

    Defense, Treasury (for funding gov, *not* for monetary control or for coercively collecting taxes), State (foreign affairs) & Courts (inclds *federal* law enforcement, e.g., DOJ (for strictly *criminal* acts) & FBI, (which also would be charged with immigrant criminal & health screenings)). Period.

    George Bush Administration, 2001-2009: 50,000 new regulations.

    None of which were legislated by Congress.

    Give a bureaucrat a certain charge, e.g., insuring food & drugs are safe (only Capitalism & the profit motive can insure that), and he’ll issue an avalanche of regulations expanding upon that mission–and make food & drugs, ultimately, *un*safe.

    This is called regulation without legislation. And, as with “taxation without reresentation,” it’s tyranny.

    By a pencil neck, paper shuffling pinhead.

    Evil is no towering Satan, but a small, scurrying rat.

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