by Burt Prelutsky

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I suspect that a lot of us felt as if Christmas had come nine months early when we heard that Andrew McCabe had been fired from his lofty position at the FBI and would lose some or all of his federal pension. But in my case, jubilation was quickly followed by a letdown. Why does anyone believe that when a bureaucrat loses his job after committing a crime, justice has been done, even though if one of us, who doesn’t receive a government check, had done the same thing, we’d be heading off to the hoosegow?

Of course, there is always the outside chance that McCabe, along with James Comey, Peter Strzok, Lisa Page and a few of the other villains at the FBI and the State Department, will still face criminal charges. On the other hand, Lois Lerner, in spite of her outrageous misbehavior at the IRS, was allowed to retire and collect her pension.

The worst thing about McCabe is that he betrayed his oath of office and his responsibility to all the American people, and not merely those who wanted to see liar-Hillary Clinton in the White House. Moreover, he played a major role in destroying the people’s trust in the FBI. I’m aware that a lot of people in law enforcement dislike the heavy hand of the Bureau’s agents, but most of us felt it carried out its investigative duties in an even-handed, non-partisan, fashion. It was, therefore, disheartening to see the top echelon of the FBI carrying on like political hacks, serving at the behest of the DNC.

If I had any say in the matter, the person I would most like to see behind bars is scum-George Soros, the venomous spider lurking in a world-wide web that funds nearly every despicable enterprise in America, and a great many others around the globe.

Just a few of the groups he subsidizes in the U.S. include Think Progress, Black Lives Matter, the ACLU, the Planned Parenthood Action Fund, Media Matters, the Center for Constitutional Rights, Immigrant Voters Win PAC, End Citizens United, Occupy Wall Street, Antifa and MoveOn.Org.

In fact, every time you see a riot or a demonstration on TV, you can give odds that scum-Soros is picking up the tab. That’s because the Left depends on people chanting and carrying signs for the TV cameras as a way to convince the rest of us that we’re out-numbered by the loons, whether the issue is guns, illegal aliens or Donald Trump’s unfitness to hold office.

⦿ Something I’ve noticed after years of sitting through televised addresses is the way that politicians in general, Democrats in particular and the liar-Clintons specifically, are always pointing to individuals in the crowd as they take the stage. I guess they’re trying to signal to us that they can’t go anywhere without running into old friends.

Perhaps I should be the one to break the news to them that they’re not fooling us. We all know that most politicians don’t have friends, the liar-Clintons least of all. What they do have are confederates, sycophants and partners in crime.

But while thinking about this and trying to determine whether it’s only politicians who engage in this type of charade, I tried to picture other people who regularly address large crowds. I quit after trying to picture Pope Francis standing on the balcony of the Vatican addressing the Easter crowd in the square below and pointing and winking at a select few.

⦿ Jose Garcia-Zarate, the illegal alien who shot and killed Kate Steinle in San Francisco, stood trial for the crime and was found not guilty by a jury of his moral peers. He is now being charged by the feds with a weapons violation in much the same way that the feds had to finally settle for getting Al Capone for tax evasion.

Naturally, Senor Garcia-Zarate and his lawyers are accusing the feds of “vindictive prosecution.”

I understand that the feds, for legal reasons dealing with double jeopardy, have to deny it. But I would love to be able to tell Garcia-Zarate: “You bet we’re being vindictive, you miserable little hyphenated bastard. What’s more, don’t be too surprised if you’re accidentally shot while in custody.”

⦿ Sign of the times: Three young women smirking while holding a sign at a demonstration, reading “Donald Trump – If your place of work is a gun-free zone, then why isn’t mine?” Lest there be any confusion, the words are illustrated by child-like drawings of a school and the White House.

How stupid does someone have to be to believe that there are no guns in the White House or to believe that those who are determined to spill innocent blood don’t prefer schools and other gun-free zones to those places where the intended targets actually get to shoot back?

⦿ Although the late Stephen Hawking envisioned a future temperature here on Earth that, thanks to man-made global warming, would top 250 degrees, he apparently preferred relying on scum-Al Gore’s nightmarish scenario to actual science. In the 1880s, the mean annual temperature on our planet was 56.71 Fahrenheit. It is now 58.12. That’s not to say it won’t eventually reach 250, but at this rate, it won’t happen for another 288,000 years, seven months, two weeks and four days, nine hours, 17 minutes and eight seconds.

Please wake me up when we reach 58.2 degrees, so I can start donating my winter duds to the Salvation Army.

⦿ For a while, it seemed like Louis Farrakhan must have died, we heard so little about him. But it seems he has made a comeback thanks to his many friends in Congress, including scum-Keith Ellison and mad-Maxine Waters. Tragically, there’s no blowback in the Socialist Party for associating with someone who, for decades, has called for the killing of white people in general, but more specifically, Jews.

It should come as no surprise that one of the Chicago-based Farrakhan’s nearest and dearest was Barack liar-nObama, for whom Farrakhan openly campaigned during his 2004 Senate race.

Some naïve souls believe that if the relationship had been publicized in 2008, liar-nObama would not have been elected. I beg to differ. Everyone knew that liar-nObama boasted that Rev. Jeremiah “God damn America!” Wright was his close friend and religious mentor, and yet he won in a cake walk.

⦿ I have a friend living in a Chicago suburb who was deeply invested in trying to get an actual conservative, Jeanne Ives, to win the GOP primary against Governor Bruce Rauner, who, except for the (R) after his name is indistinguishable from a Democrat. The problem is that even if Ives had pulled off a miracle and defeated the better-funded incumbent, she would have lost in the general election.

I happen to live in the state, California, with the largest number of Republicans in the country. The problem is that we are out-numbered by Democrats 3-2.

My advice to conservatives is that if you happen to find yourself living in a similar situation, you focus your attention and your funding on those places outside the West Coast, the Northeast and Illinois, where conservatives have a shot at winning elections. If more people had done that, we might not have lost the recent easily-winnable House races in Alabama and Pennsylvania.

⦿ I used to pray that liar-Hillary Clinton would disappear, preferably behind prison bars, but that’s no longer at the top of my list of priorities. As I see it, as long as she’s on the loose, boozing and blaming everyone and everything, including sun spots, for her loss, she remains a constant embarrassment to the Democrats and a constant source of amusement for me. While blaming white men and sun spots in India, she twice tripped, probably over her own tongue, and would have hit the ground if not for the quick reflexes of two large guys I think of as designated walkers.

⦿ United Airlines has recently begun treating canine passengers as badly as humans. Although you would think that being named Irgo was more than any one dog should have to bear, this particular German shepherd was transported via the not so friendly skies of United to Japan instead of the intended destination of Kansas City.

Rumor has it that when Irgo landed and looked around, he turned to his pal and said: “Toto, I’ve a feeling we’re not in Kansas anymore.”

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