President Trump Announces Strikes Against Syria


{ } ~ President Trump announced on Friday evening that the US, along with Britain and France… were striking against specific targets “associated with the chemical weytapons capability” of Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad in Syria. The action was said to be in response to their alleged use of chemical weapons to attack innocent civilians in the remaining terrorist stronghold of Douma. President Trump said in his address that that attack was a significant escalation in a pattern of chemical weapons’ use by that very terrible regime. He said, “The evil and the despicable attack left mothers and fathers, infants and children, thrashing in pain and gasping for air.” Trump said, “The are not the actions of a man. They are the crimes of a monster instead.” Russia and Syria have continued to deny that Assad is behind the attack, with the Kremlin stating just hours ago that they had “irrefutable evidence” that the attack that led to the retaliation was fabricated. Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov cited “irrefutable data that this was yet another staged event and staging was done … by the special services of one of the countries at the forefront of the anti-Russia campaign.”



I Quoted Gohmert so Zuckertwit Kicked Off Mobile Facebook


{ } ~ Within thirty minutes of publishing an article titled ” GOHMERT – MUELLER IS CORRUPT, NOBODY DESERVES FIRING and INVESTIGATING MORE,”… I received a notice from Mark Zuckertwit’s Facebook Instant Messaging platform for mobile devices that my account had been terminated. Their stated reasons were characteristically few and vague, with all of the published articles before the “offender” likewise being unpublished and the monetization, meager as they had drilled it down to over the course of many months, fully removed. All of this vitriol was being directed at me for quoting a United States Congressman. Gohmert is a Republican and as such is to be ignored. Quoting him is akin to blasphemy and doing so on Zuckerberg’s own site is a sin that cannot be forgiven. My Facebook account, for the time being, remains but I’m sure it’s on borrowed time. My right shoe is on the floor and the other one, also a right shoe, is in the air. The notice, which can more accurately be described as a confirmation given the absence of any actual notification being received, stated that I was in violation of their ambiguous Instant Articles policies…


Referendum to Split Calif. Into 3 States Will Be on Ballot

by Chris Agee

{ } ~ One of several proposals aiming to split California into multiple smaller states has reportedly reached… an important new goal thanks in large part to the efforts of its billionaire champion. According to a press release this week, the CAL 3 initiative surpassed the number of signatures needed to present the measure to voters in this year’s election. If state officials determine the documents are genuine, it would then qualify as an initiative to be added this November. Tim Draper, a venture capitalist whose idea would see the state’s population roughly split into thirds to create a trio of new states, celebrated the feat that he says will allow Californians to weigh in directly at the ballot box…



Cory Booker disgraced himself questioning Pompeo

by Thomas Lifson

{ } ~ Once upon a time, Cory Booker posed as a dedicated reformer running against a corrupt political establishment… An Academy Award-nominated documentary about his first run for political office portrayed him in a heroic light and led to his becoming mayor of Newark, and on to the U.S. Senate, representing the Garden State. But since tasting the waters of Washington, he has fallen about as far as a politician can, from hero to hack. During Senate confirmation hearings for Mike Pompeo’s nomination as secretary of state, Booker made an ass of himself, shamelessly posturing as a social justice warrior scoring points with special-interest constituencies. Two somewhat contradictory lines of question preoccupied him. First, Booker posed as an advocate of religious liberty, angrily quoting something Pompeo earlier said about the need for Muslims to speak out against jihad terror attacks…

VIDEO at the site.


Horrifying Testimonies Prove You Have Been Lied To About Eastern Ghouta

by Bas Spliet

{ } ~ During my time in Damascus, I got the opportunity to talk to several civilians from Eastern Ghouta… Their testimonies, totally ignored by the mass media, tell a horrifying story of starvation, withholding of food and medical aid, rape, and the imprisonment and murder of innocent women and children. World peace hangs in the balance as the whole world is busy talking about Syria. Yet, the voices of those with an actual right to testify and share their experiences and opinions, i.e. the Syrian people, are disregarded.



Please: Not Another Speaker Pulosi

by Bruce Walker

{ } ~ Nancy Pulosi is an embarrassment to Congress, and most members of Congress are an embarrassment to America… When Pulosi was speaker of the House, she famously stated that Congress needed to pass liar-nObamacare to see what was in the bill. She also pondered openly whether the Democrat leadership of the House of Representatives ought to “deem” the Senate version of the bill to have passed the House to avoid having members of the House voting on the bill. Pulosi six years ago opined that unemployment liberated Americans to become photographers or writers or musicians – unemployment was an opportunity for those lucky enough to lose their jobs. Yet almost exactly six years later, with Republicans controlling the White House and Congress, Pulosi totally reversed her attitude toward unemployment. She commented recently on the latest unemployment figures as evidence that “the wealthiest one percent continue to hoard the benefits of the U.S economy.” In other words, Pulosi is super-rich by almost any reasonable standard, and yet she professes to champion ordinary Americans by attacking those Americans whose net wealth is much closer to the net wealth of an ordinary hardworking American than her own. Pulosi is so surreally out of touch with reality that she actually thinks the “top one percent,” which largely represents those Americans who are trying to become financially secure by working hard and taking risks, are the problem…


Who Will Investigate the Investigators?

by Arnold Ahlert: On Monday, the idea that the probe being conducted by Special Counsel Robert Mueller is about “Russian collusion” was revealed to be utterly fraudulent. Despite ongoing cooperation by President Donald Trump and his personal attorney, Michael Cohen, the latter man’s office, home and hotel room were raided by the FBI. In short, the investigation into Russian collusion has expanded to what it was most likely about from the beginning: getting Trump — by any means necessary.

Attorney Alan Dershowitz, progressive idol-turned-pariah due to his penchant for embracing intellectual honesty over ideological demagoguery, put it best. “If this were liar-Hillary Clinton, the ACLU would be on every TV station in America jumping up and down,” he asserted. “The deafening silence of the ACLU and civil libertarians about the intrusion into the lawyer-client confidentiality is really appalling.” Later on, he called that intrusion unconstitutional.

Dershowitz insisted Mueller is staying within the confines of the Russian collusion case parameters and “farming out” what appears to be an effort to investigate Cohen for “bank fraud, wire fraud and campaign finance violations, according to three people with knowledge of the case,” as The Washington Post reports (or is that leaks?). Nonetheless, those parameters are the epitome of a double standard that may rank as one of the most egregious in the nation’s history.

If this investigation is really about Russian collusion, where are the commensurate raids and/or executions of search warrants against Perkins Coie attorney Marc E. Elias, who represented the liar-Clinton campaign and the DNC, as well as retained Fusion GPS, which compiled the infamous Steele dossier? Where are indictments similar to the ones leveled at Paul Manafort and Rick Gates — indictments that fall completely outside the aforementioned Russian collusion parameters — of people like liar-Clinton campaign chief John Podesta? Podesta sat on the board of Russian energy company Joule Unlimited, which obtained $35 million from a Russian government fund linked to Vladimir Putin.

Where are the commensurate investigations ofliar-nObama administration officials, including former Attorney General scum-Eric Holder, then-U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein, then-Assistant FBI Director Andrew McCabe, the liar-Clinton Foundation and then-FBI Director Robert Mueller himself for their involvement in allowing the transfer of one-fifth of our nation’s uranium supply to Russian company Rosatom, even as they knew the deal was corrupted by bribes and kickback schemes, courtesy of the FBI’s own informant?

How is it that the same FBI allowed liar-Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson to claim attorney-client privilege and get side deals limiting the search of their computers to include nothing after January 2015 — preventing a review of documents related to liar-Clinton’s email server — along with an agreement to destroy those computers when the agency was done, even though both women were witnesses to, or suspects in, liar-Clinton’s criminal investigation? Why wasn’t liar-Clinton aide Huma Abedin’s home raided when classified emails showed up on husband Anthony Weiner’s computer? Why hasn’t former AG Loretta Lynch been investigated for her meeting with liar-Bill Clinton in the midst of the criminal probe against his wife?

Where are the investigations of Susan Rice, John Brennan and Samatha Power over their potentially illegal unmasking of hundreds of Americans?

“Mueller and his gang have weaponized the criminalized justice system,” assertsattorney Victoria Toensing. “These no-knock raids that were done on his personal lawyer’s house and offices — those kind of tactics are reserved for dope dealers and terrorists.”

The American Left, suffused with dreams of ultimately removing Trump from office, couldn’t care less.

“A search warrant for a law office is extremely rare,” explains New York University School of Law professor Stephen Gillers. “Lawyers are given the courtesy of producing documents in response to a subpoena or a request unless the government believes a lawyer will destroy or conceal the objects of the search.”

Or unless a rogue prosecutor is attempting to intimidate a sitting president.

When the investigation falls outside the original mandate, getting such a warrant requires the approval of top DOJ officials, including Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.

What was Rosenstein’s original mandate? According to National Review’s Andrew McCarthy, it was one that “violated governing special-counsel regulations” because such an appointment requires a criminal investigation and the order “disclosed no basis for a criminal investigation and indicated no crimes that had allegedly been committed.”

Rosenstein “fixed” this by issuing an expanded order 10 weeks after the original one, accompanied by an explanation McCarthy characterizes as “not very convincing, and the extensively redacted form in which it has been released means the memo raises more questions than it answers.”

So does the damning reality that Mueller conduced his raid of Paul Manafort’s home a full week before Rosenstein issued his original memo. As Cornell Law School professor William A. Jacobson points out, that timing “shows a willingness to give post hoc justification for conduct of Mueller that does not appear authorized by the text of the original May 17 appointing Order.”

The raid conducted against Cohen purportedly centers on a $130,000 payoff to Stephanie Clifford, a.k.a. Stormy Daniels, to maintain her silence about an extra-marital affair with the president, because such a payoff constitutes an illegal campaign contribution. In 2008, the liar-nObama campaign collected $1.3 million in illegal campaign donations, and despite the fact that those violations could be treated as felonies, the matter was settled quietly with the payment of a $375,000 fine.

Nonetheless, while McCarthy points out that illegal campaign donations are trivial compared to Russian collusion, he warns, “When highly aggressive prosecutors are circling, any kind of something is always more perilous than nothing.”

“Any kind of something” has transcended anything resembling Mueller’s original mandate, eviscerating attorney-client privilege in the process. It is an investigation engendered by the same officials who have allowed Peter Strzok and Lisa Page to remain on the payroll and retain their security clearances, despite anti-Trump bias documented by thousands of emails.

Emails the FBI insists will take three years to “process” before the agency can satisfy an FOIA lawsuit filed by Judicial Watch.

Columnist Michael Goodwin asserts it’s “time to clear the air of rumor and speculation and put the facts on the record.” A headline in The Hill suggests why that is wishful thinking. “Mueller will drop midterm Russia bombshells on GOP Congress,” it states. Meanwhile, it took threats of contempt and impeachment from House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes to convince FBI Director Christopher Wray and Rosenstein to stop stonewalling and hand over documents that could reveal Mueller’s investigation was based substantially, or entirely, on fraudulently obtained FISA court warrants.

There’s a midterm election to influence and the Rule of Law be damned.

“Mueller needs to be removed,” writes columnist Daniel Greenfield. “This investigation needs to be shut down and replaced with a credible investigation into what the Russians actually did and didn’t do, rather than a pretext for bringing down political opponents.”

More wishful thinking. There are substantial numbers of Americans, including members of both political parties, who have far less interest in credibility than reasserting the ruling class status quo Trump disrupted — even if the Constitution is shredded in the process.

And once again, in the midst of all these machinations, the age-old question — one usually attached to authoritarian regimes — arises:

Who investigates the investigators?  ~The Patriot Post


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