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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Mueller's unethical jihad against Republicans

"Both the NYT and WP put on the front page a story about someone no one has heard of, Elliott Broidy, for paying off a mistress. Both papers buried a story about someone everyone has heard of, former FBI Dep Director Andew McCabe, who was found found to have lied 3 times under oath," Ari Fleischer tweeted

Venerable newspaper billionaire Conrad Black responded, "Partisanship is one thing but the line between journalism and propaganda is when an outlet buries a good story because it distracts from the narrative."

Elliott Broidy is a rich guy who raises money for Republicans. He knocked up a Playboy bunny, and gave her $1.6 million last year. Michael Cohen arranged the payment. Cohen is also President Trump's lawyer.

Bumbling Bob Mueller is at it again. Taxpayers had to shell out $5.8 million because he hounded the wrong man in the anthrax case for 5 1/2 years.

Now this buffoon who gets great press is trying to kill the Republican Party.

His unethical raid on Cohen's office opened the lawyer's private files to Mueller and his Deep State stooges. Mueller leaked the Broidy story to the press, which forced Broidy to resign from a position on the Republican National Committee.

"President Donald Trump’s personal lawyer negotiated a deal in late 2017 to pay $1.6 million to a former Playboy model who said she was impregnated by a top Republican fundraiser, according to people familiar with the matter," the Wall Street Journal reported.

The New York Times and Washington Post ran similar stories -- behind their pay walls.

So? Who cares? He's a married man and he did right by the woman. It is not as if he were a Democratic candidate for the presidency.

Those publications refused to write about John Edwards and his bimbo and their love child for months even after the National Enquirer published photo. Only after his candidacy faltered did these publications hop on the story. They ruined him because they could without hurting The Party.

Besides, ruining people is fun.

By going with the Broidy story, these publications aid and abet Mueller's power-mad drive to destroy Trump, his family, his associates, and even his voters. The press is not independent. It is an agency of the Democratic Party's government in exile.

This politics of personal destruction is a form of fascism.

I don't care that a judge approved this raid on a lawyer.

I don't care that Trump appointed the judge.

I care about these forces of evil ruining people who dare help Donald Trump. They do so to warn people about the consequences of working for a duly elected president.

Trump ought to raid Mueller's offices. And his home. At 4 a.m. with as much police force as Clinton used to apprehend Elián González.

22 comments:

  1. It seems to me that the only thing that is keeping the GOP from killing themselves off is President Trump. And yes, I believe Bumblin' Bob's entire operation should be raided in the most intrusive manner possible. He and/or his crew have obviously been leaking a lot if things to their allies in the media, and every leak is a felony. Shut 'em down. - Elric

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    1. The road from Russian collusion in the 2016 election to some dude boinking a Playboy bunny has been, in The Fabs' words, A Long And Winding Road.

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    1. Mueller's complete lack of ethics, and his Uranium One "gopher" role for the Hildebeast, do not bode well for his future. Extreme juridical/juridicial misconduct, being disbarred, and then convicted - little wonder he is presently a man of very desperate means.

      Never interrupt your enemy while he is in the process of destroying himself.

      P.S. Don - An edit button would be a welcome addition to your site. jb

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    2. Agree totally, JB. Don't think blogspot supports that, though, and I'd hate to see Big D move onto a different platform. It is frustrating, for sure.

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    3. There is this software known as a word proceasor.
      It has all the editing features you will ever need.
      As far as I know, Don hasn't forbidden their use

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    4. Now, that's funny. "proceasor"

      Really, Anonymous?

      - TexasDude

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  3. Damn, I wish I were a woman. Spread your legs for some rich hotshot and boom, almost as big a payout as my retirement package, which I worked 28 YEARS to achieve. I'm white, hetero, and male. All the cards stacked against me.

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  4. Perpetual outrage is what they want. It makes them money and helps their perverted cause. It also makes the day for them to see their hated enemies, and we are truly hated, make no kindly error there, squirm and call for revenge.
    Nothing can or will be done about Muller unless Sessions resigns and someone with real integrity replaces Rosenstein as Muller's handler. It is in fact these two people who are the cause of all misery on this issue. Muller is the same loose cannon all special prosecuters have been before him just as Rosenstein intended him to be and indeed Sessions knew he would be. Both men in fact thought Trump could be guilty of collusion and both wanted glory, the one from taking him down, and the other from being judged righteous before Abraham.
    Trump is innocent and will survive. The others will eventually be rewarded in some way, as often happens to the unworthy.

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    1. Anon -

      Get way over your negative fixation on Jeff Beau. You have not been paying attention to all that he HAS accomplished and that Donald STILL has him on the job. Stop it. You are hardly helping the cause.

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  5. Good write up, but ... Not a Trump appointed judge. A Federal magistrate, appointed by other judges in NY. Also, Trumps' appointed U.S. Attorney recused himself, ... so this looks like black hats still doing shady stuff to me. Yes... there are plenty in NY and at DOJ still...

    We'll see.

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  6. So after the midnight raid for which Mueller torched his reputation, THIS is the most damaging story to come out? That's more embarassing for Mueller than for Broidy.

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  7. "Elliott Broidy is a rich guy who raises money for Republicans. He knocked up a Playboy bunny, and gave her $1.6 million last year." And that's where the matter should have ended, but for this jihad against Donald Trump.

    It looks to me that Mr. Broidy has paid a high price for having his affair; he paid out 1.6M to the woman, risked losing his wife (which might yet happen,) and now has been forced to resign from his RNC post. Instead of news, this is what our media loves to dish out; they'd love to have even more dirt to throw.

    Of course, no one cares what happens to that man, or his family, or the ex-Playmate; they only hope that revealing all this will bring down the object of their intense hatred, President Trump.

    That won't happen, to their disappointment, but they'll keep trying: a dog returns to his vomit, I'm told.

    I'm glad that I no longer subscribe to any newspapers or pay for cable TV. This rubbish disgusts me.

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  8. It is amazing to Me that the same vermin are swimming in the same septic tank - Meuller, Comey, Rosenstein, McCabe, Strozck, Page, etc.
    The rot is so obvious to all but the never-Trumpers and the resistance. When the cesspool blows up, get out of the way.

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  9. NOT the number of "agents" sent to capture and return Elian to Cuba, but, say 100 agents and 50 photographers and 50 video cameramen.

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  10. no one has heard of, Elliott Broidy? Why the guy made the Slimes, the Compost, and the greatest blog in America. BY next Friday his will be a household word.

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    1. Maybe I shouldn't use that particular comparative note. Mueller is now a household word... as is garbage.

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  11. Forgive me if I'm thick but doesn't Elliott Broidy have a reasonable right to privacy in this case...I mean he paid royally for that accommodation.
    Sure under some circumstances, (non-related to his legal agreement with parties concerned), his hush money might have been better spent had the misdeed surfaced; but under this debacle of Mueller's, Broidy's affair appears to be collateral damage that was unrelated to the Trump witch hunt and therefore should have been protected as it was not a criminal case to start with.
    Were I Elliott Broidy, I'd be filing a lawsuit on whoever leaked this and start with the News and work back to the source.

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  12. Collateral damage is an understatement. Bumblin' Bob is the proverbial bull in the china shop. I predict that he'll do so much damage there will never be another Special Counsel. - Elric

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  13. Elliott Broidy ought to be suing, for tens of millions, against anyone & everyone responsible for violating his privacy and his attorney/client privilege.

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