Day By Day

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  • epador

    10k upvotes

    BTW I’ve seen more impressive displays at CAPSTONE demonstrations than Biden’s Bombings.

  • Grunt GI

    Well. Zed’a life is about to get complicated.

    Teen age girls.
    Hormones
    Teen age boys.

    Not a good combo.

    • Lon Mead

      Remember, we were all young once.

      Problem is, Zed remembers.

    • JIMV

      Just more hot girls to skinny dip at the watering hole!

  • JTC

    If red states are just catching on it must be true what they say, that us porch-sittin’ gun-clutchin’ cousin-humpin’ flyover folks are terminally slow and ignernt…

    Speaking of which, slap some overalls on that young’un Maw!

  • Kafiroon

    Well, they are out in the boonies a ways.
    Now whether the young bucks are so brave as to be ‘just sniffin’ around that could be life altering. Those that are more serious in future life styles with a good wife…
    They could really learn a whole lot of life lessons from Zed who has probably far more experience to share than their fathers.

    • interventor

      Exactly! If, they approach politely, accepting a bit of oversight. Not, only will they survive. But, be blessed with a beautiful wife, and a father-in-law with forbearance. Best, their own mothers give cooking lessons.

  • Pamela

    They’ve got that many tail lights? What are they driving?
    Auntie Naomi needs to pay a visit and put the fear of the Lord into a few folks.

    • Fox2!

      Naomi (or Zed) could probably put one into a particular LED in the DRLs. From a thousand meters.

    • NotYetInACamp

      The next deputy sheriff down the road does not have direct knowledge of the actions of the previous deputy sheriff. Road safety issues are important. The Deputy Sheriffs are just doing their jobs. Their real jobs, and by a very peaceful method and means. It’s more fun when you do it in a cool, calm, and energetic peaceful way. There is likely more where that came from.

      • Jay W. Gradinger

        Had a headlight out once and got stopped three times on the way home!

  • steveb919

    Federal bureau of instigation. Total corrupt in my view.

    • Bren

      Has been since its inception.

  • cz93x62

    FamousButIncompetent’s upper echelons are largely Swamp Dwellers, but a decent portion of the street agents are good cops that do the right things for the right reasons, IME (28-year sheriff’s deputy & investigator).

    There is NOTHING like meeting your daughters’ dates for the first time in the shop, where you have an A2 pivoted open and running a cleaning rod through it. My coverage area was quite desert-like, and frequent cleaning was required in those dusty, gritty conditions.

    Goodness, but those girls are taking after Mama nicely. Overalls are indicated, and probably nighttime overwatch by the AI Phalanx & Dawgs.

    • John

      One of PDJT’s big mistakes when he took office was that he thought he could rely on the previous administrations political hacks to actually do an honest day’s work. I’m sure this was entirely due to his political inexperience.
      Any _professional_ politician would have had an extensive hit list already in his hip pocket on entering office and an ongoing program for discovering any other snakes in the grass.
      Now things are worse. The Woke are infiltrating the system.
      As I see it the only way to remedy the situation is by way of carefully designed psychological test batteries for ALL federal employees. Then promote the Woke out of their carefully entrenched civil service positions to be fired or sequestered.
      Any way you look at it it’s going to be a long haul. Unlike business where “Get Woke Go Broke” will eventually purge the civilian system of their poison, government jobs are notoriously hard to cleanse.
      I wouldn’t be averse to outright destruction of whole departments in this endeavor.

      • GWB

        As I see it the only way to remedy the situation is by way of carefully designed psychological test batteries for ALL federal employees.
        Oh heck no. The only way is to FIRE most of them. Otherwise you leave the infection in the body while treating the one wound.

        • merle

          It can be very difficult to fire those people…

      • NotYetInACamp

        He did lack in excluding snakes and treating the people in the Swamp as you can treat them in most business. He got good work out of some, until he didn’t.
        Their paymasters were not PDJT, but the globalists on so many of the people.
        The entrenched play that long game, as does the deep state, the globalists, the Chinese, Sharia, and other such.

    • PoppaGary

      Thank you for your years of service and I will take it on your word that you were one of the ‘good guys’.
      BUT, I am so sick and tired of hearing that worn out, and false IMHO, trope, about it only being the upper echelons of the FBI that are bad and the field agents are good cops.
      If that is the case, why have they not been standing up in droves to denounce the corrupt leadership and illegal activities over the last several years? Why are they not swearing affidavits to the criminal and other malfeasance they know about? Or resigning en masse in protest of the tarnishing of the agencies and their reputations?
      Bunch of BS is why, they are as complicit in their silence as those that have been manipulating the agency for decades.

  • James/G

    Need a link to the story about the FL vet being abducted, please.

  • Eh Wot?

    Dang it Chris ……. Your readers are the most interestin’ nest of critters on the internet! (and I offer every toon’s ‘Comments’ as proof.)

    Sharp pencils & even sharper “ALERT statuses” to Ya’ll.

  • Hardball

    CM can draw a real nice boob

    • GWB

      Huh? He didn’t draw any agents, just the FBI’s car, and only a corner at tha……
      Ohhhh, NVM.

  • PaulS

    Something is bound to go wrong any time you are the cause of the problem you are claiming to solve. After that, it’s how the story gets told.

    For example: “The deadly attack on the Capitol…” a phrase used nearly every time January 6th is mentioned. The FACT is, there was only one “deadly attack” and it was by a Capitol police officer who shot an unarmed woman very deliberately.

    Now they are priming the narrative for a Reichstag Fire! Swamp dwellers are pure evil!

    • NotYetInACamp

      In other words, as the media were describing their side previously.
      A mostly peaceful female Air Force Veteran was viciously slain without warning from a concealed position by a set up situation inside the Capitol complex where she may have been guilty of trespassing.
      You get the idea.

      My criticism of PDJT’s lack of certain political and organizational skills was highlighted by and culminated in that complete reversal of the political direction by the enemy where we should have won.
      PDJT was the best President in a very long time.
      He had his flaws. Those flaws let a group that has taken down the governments of over 20 nations add the take down of our nation’s government to their successes.
      People have to do what they believe in.
      In that trend, fuck Q to Hell. Whether he was for or against anything, all I saw in the beginning is that he was stopping people from acting. Let the plan do it. Bullshgit.
      And those rallies should have been means to organize people all over the country to take local acts. The outside organizing should have been more important that what any one man was doing inside the event. The internal is/was important. But there are limits to that. We found those limits.
      Getting the winning vote is only part of it.
      As we saw, when the get an unconstitutional “winning” vote, and idiots get duped into a story that claims that violating the law, and minor acts is blown into the invasion of all of the states with millions murdered. The media did their part. The several years long previous insurrection, destruction of cities, arson, murder, etc was dismissed as mostly peaceful protesting.
      There is more, but this was a major wasted opportunity. The only time most politicians have listened to me is after what I wanted was accomplished. Democrat Representative and House Foreign Affairs Chairman Dante Fascell did once listen to me for over an hour with his chief aide and then implemented every idea that I gave him over the next eight months. I knew him and his son was a friend. Nothing was in it for me.The ideas solved some long term problems painlessly.
      Those ballot shenanigans have been know about in one form or another for years.
      The states did not follow the constitution in changing their election laws. They ignored the remedies as did almost all of the court effectively, so far.

      The Swamp and left did pull off a successful Reichstag Fire false flag.

      Basically it takes hard wirk to overcome what was done. The enemy did hard work to do what they did.

      Don’t stop.
      That’s what Q did to so many. No matter what he have really wanted to do.
      I have finally reached my conclusion on Q.

      • Henry

        I’m convinced that Q was Clapper screwing with us, and have thought so since shorty after I first read his nonsense.

    • MJ Larkins

      There were no congresscritters hanging from lampposts, so it wasn’t that deadly.

      Said congresscritters got off lightly.

  • James Gemind

    It’s going to get worse. They’ve(MSSM) already started editing out Ashli Babbitt’s name from all reports, referring to her as a nameless entity(‘A woman was shot’), rather than as a person. If it wasn’t for the fact that it was clearly an agent working for the Capitol, be he a cop or special security detail, that shot her, Ashli Babbitt’s death would have been blamed on ‘A member of the MAGA Movement,’ or some other similar scapegoat.

    Have to keep telling people the truth though. She was killed by an officer who either panicked, or was under orders to use deadly force on an American Citizen.

    • nonncom

      You’re damned right, James….it was to plant the seed that, if you ever do this again, this is an example of the wider spread consequences….BLM may get a pass, but you right wingers sure as fuck won’t….

    • Roland Deshain

      Said “officer” was associated with BLM. I only saw that story once and it disappeared.

      • NotYetInACamp

        I saw it also. It appeared well documented. There were other stories saying the same information on it at the time. He even said …. well he said indictable words given the circumstances, in my opinion.

    • WayneM

      Yet the media & the Dems keep referring to the mostly peaceful protest at the Capital as an “armed insurrection” for some reason…

      Any evidence of “arms”? If there was, it would be on the media 24/7 like the “death count” used to be before Creepy Uncle Joe took office.

      Insurrection is a very specific word: the act or instance of rebelling against government in power. At that point, DJT was PotUS and they were protesting in support of him.

      • JTC

        That terminology repeated ad nauseum is *still* all about TDS.

        “Insurrection” is one of the of the disqualifiers for the protections and provisions of the 14th, including holding any public office.

        Perception > Reality.

        That’s the very basis of the leftist/commie platform and agenda.

    • Henry

      Photos of the shooter in earlier situations show him muzzling his own men with his finger on the trigger. The man was woefully unqualified.

      If you can find it on the web, look for a 1993 WSJ article by Tucker Carlson called “Washington’s Inept Police Force.” (You’ll find lots of references to it, but will have to work to find the article itself.) I suspect much the same mechanism was at work in the hiring of this dangerous incompetent.

  • Wood

    One of Trump’s better ideas was to begin moving agency heads and offices out of DC. Create job opportunities elsewhere and help kill the swamp culture. Unfortunately I don’t think he made much progress. DC as a while is a nasty malignant tumor. Fencing it in is the best idea either side has had. Let’s see if the GrOPe is smart enough to figure out that we need to control who gets out.

    • JTC

      Keep GrOPe inside the wire with the rest of the swamp creatures…

      Create all new agencies and offices (keeping them to a minimum) scattered among the signatory states of the CSA.

      Home base looking more and more to be The Fla*, with the awesome DeSantis to grease the process, DJT to lead the organization, Tiger to promote the new American Republic, and last but not least, the sometimes crazy (got to have some of the cra-cra) but always dependably fearless and overwhelmingly conservative Florida Man and his cohort Florida Woman!

      *TX is still a solid contender for Capital and a critical component politically and economically, but they better rein in that burgeoning Cali contingent before that “malignant tumor” is fatal…

      Their time is up! Our time is now!

  • Hotrod Lincoln

    My daughter used to make it a point to bring a new boyfriend along to the firing range when I was sighting in a newly built rifle. I like to use clay skeet targets as sight-in devices before going to a grid pattern target for fine tuning. She would sit down at the bench and bust a few at the 200-yard berm, grin at the new guy, and say “Daddy shoots a LOT better than I do!” Message received, loud and clear!

    The Freakin’ Bunglin’ Idiots need to do a little research on Zed’s history (the part that isn’t classified) before they mess with his ladies!

  • Drew458

    Roland – it’s still up at RedPill, as of 2 weeks ago.

    The officer is David Bailey. He was one of the CapCops given medals for helping stop the Senate softball game shooter, by President Trump himself.

    I have no idea what the ROE is within the Capital, but I saw several videos of this; after he cleared his gun and remembered to take the safety off, he took several seconds aiming and then fired from only a few away. There was at least one other officer just feet down the hall from him, around the corner of the side passage, and at least 2 more behind the doors at the other end of the hallway. Not to mention the 4 or so behind the crowd of protesters, all armed with M-4s and body armor. No way that Ashli Babbitt was a lethal threat. She could have been grabbed, tased, whacked with a baton, warning shot fired into the wall, etc. You might notice that this is the only LEO shooting in a decade anywhere in the USA where no investigation is going on, no media coverage, no mention of his name.

    I thought RedPill’s insinuations that Bailey was BLM seemed kind of thin; I’ve no doubt that taking a selfie wearing a BLM shirt while being black is a popular thing these days.

  • Drew458

    Even the NY Post is still running the Sicknick fire extinguisher meme. Sickening.
    https://nypost.com/2021/02/03/ocapitol-officer-brian-sicknick-lay-in-honor/

    “Sicknick, 42, a 12-year member of the force and a National Guard veteran, died from injuries sustained during the Jan. 6 riots at the Capitol.

    He received the rare distinction of lying in honor in the Capitol Rotunda, the fifth person and third Capitol Police officer to do so.

    Sicknick was reportedly pepper-sprayed and struck in the head with a fire extinguisher as the violent mob infiltrated the Capitol grounds during the siege. He collapsed later and died the next day.

    His final cause of death has not been determined. ”

    Funny, it’s been more than a month. They could have run 4 autopsies by now, and every tissue and blood test know to mediciine by now. But no coroner’s report has been made public.

    If you’re seeing parallels between the “insurrection” and the Mandalay Bay shooting mystery, or the George Floyd death, etc, … welcome to my world. It’s a story in the making, facts bent and truths hidden to form a message, endlessly repeated until it becomes the “truth”.

    • JTC

      Dude’s wife says the fire extinguisher thing ain’t true.

      • interventor

        His mother thinks it was a stroke.

      • RapidRobert

        To Drew458, RE Mandalay Bay: This NY Times article refers to an FBI report that was released on January 27th, 2019, but does not provide links to it. The entire report has never been released… as far as I can find.

        https://www.nytimes.com/2019/01/29/us/las-vegas-shooting-stephen-paddock.html

        There are several newspaper articles about this FBI report being completed, but none that refer to released portions of that report. The four articles I read from the NY Times, NPR, Las Vegas Times and The Intercept all suggested that the shooter was a right wing zealot, but otherwise left his motivation alone; as did the FBI.
        My conjecture is that none of those entities went too far into the brush because they could not tie it to POTUS DJT, which I am sure they would have liked to do.
        Are there any “mass shootings” that were committed by a “Right Wing Zealot”? I know the Texas Tower shooter may have been, but he had an actual brain tumor. The rest, who knows?
        Sorry for the overlong post but the Mandalay Bay massacre, with all its’ hype and shouting, has bothered me for years. It just dropped from the public view overnight, but caused bump stock owners to suffer loss due to the unconstitutional follow up by the government.

    • Henry

      Can’t run autopsies on an urn. Reportedly got ashed faster than a Double-D turkey dinner.

  • Bart Noir

    “Remembered to take the safety off”

    Which weapon did he use? I seem to remember that the video of the arm pointing and the shot being fired, showed a Glock, but I may be wrong.

    The Glocks and the ever popular SIG pistols do not have any manual safety. The M&P pistols from Smith and Wesson are sometimes made with safeties, but those are not popular and few police departments buy the safeties, prefering to buy the M&P version which doesn’t have the safety.

    Here is a link, as requested:
    https://reason.com/2021/02/16/fbi-arrests-activist-daniel-baker-over-posts-about-police-abuse-and-self-defense/

    The veteran is a leftist who was agitating (screen shot included) against “Trump terrorists” (his words). But the rest of the article is indeed disturbing in that he was asking other armed leftists to show up if his political enemies showed up. So the question of FBI arresting for 1st Amendment speech is wide open. And the end of the article asks questions about internet and social media statements, which apply most certainly to some comments right here in DbD. Let’s not get our names on warrants!

    • JTC

      So is it an insurrection if the purpose of the action is to undo the actual insurrection, the theft of not just the elections but our Republic?

      I mean that thing was unplanned except maybe for the planning of the plants and false flags. When it’s time (and it’s time!) for a real taking back of what is ours, a real insurrection would be possible and absolutely desirable if more patriots like us right here -like ME right here- plan and participate.

      Come and get me mother fuckers!

    • Too Tall

      There was this one jihadi who insisted on riding around in what had to be the only red Toyota pickup truck with a crew-served weapon installed in the bed in all of CENTCOM.

      Neither he nor the red Toyota pickup exist today. The moral of the story is that the white Toyota pickups last longer.

  • NotYetInACamp

    Glad they are not visiting anywhere near Sleepy Uncle Joe. Xiden might take that posture as an invitation to sniff. How harmless does that seem now considering his current ability to hurt so many more than one person at one time? (cough Syria) (cough EO’s) …

  • James Gemind

    Got an airhead at work who takes the opposite side just to stir $#!t up. Tried to convince me ‘Insurrection’ was the right word for Jan 6th…

    ‘How many people were there protesting Schmoe?’

    ‘Oh ’bout five hunnert thousand!’

    ‘And how many cops? You really think we couldn’t have taken the Capitol if we had wanted to? And where were the guns? Cops had the guns…’

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