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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Merrick Garland begins war on conservatives

Yahoo reported, "At a ceremony Monday commemorating the 26th anniversary of the Oklahoma City bombing, Attorney General Merrick Garland said the Justice Department is 'pouring its resources into stopping domestic violent extremists before they can attack, prosecuting those who do, and battling the spread of the kind of hate that leads to tragedies like the one we mark here today.' "

Democrats and the Deep State celebrate the Oklahoma City bombing each year as proof that right-wing fanatics are terrorizing the country.

This is the same Washington Establishment that sternly warns us against blaming all Muslims for 9/11, which no one really does.

But a lone wolf attack in Oklahoma City remains decades later the justification for Garland and the Deep State to attack conservatives.

The story said, " Garland oversaw the bombing investigation and prosecution while working at the Justice Department in the 1990s, and said that even though 'many years have passed, the terror perpetrated by people like Timothy McVeigh is still with us.' "

Attacks by Antifa on federal buildings in Portland drew no rebuke from Garland or any other Democrat. Indeed, the media calls a half-billion dollars in riot damage in Minneapolis as mostly peaceful protest.

The story said, "There has been a renewed focus on domestic extremism in the wake of the Jan. 6 Capitol riot, and in March, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence wrote a report saying white supremacists and militias are the most lethal domestic threat. Often, these extremists 'radicalize independently by consuming violent extremist material online and mobilize without direction from a violent extremist organization, making detection and disruption difficult,' the report stated."

Riot?

No buildings were razed by arsonists.

The only person shot and killed was a protester. The police officer who died had a stroke. Three other protesters died in the protest of various causes.

Actual extremist violence from the left is protected and encouraged by the Deep State.

While I am grateful that McConnell kept Garland off the Supreme Court, I wish he had fought harder for President Trump's re-election to keep Garland from becoming attorney general.

But it is not McConnell's fault we have a fascist attorney general who will imprison dissidents "before they can attack." Americans must reject the by-whatever-means-necessary politicians who seek office to abuse their power.

36 comments:

  1. There aren't enough secret service or US marshals to protect these wingnuts if they become tyrants. And they are moving there not by inches. Going to be interesting to watch the feds lose in court all these cases they are trying to trump up charges for the protests of Jan 6.

    Patience but vigilance. The left is way over exposed and is walking themselves into a box canyon so to speak. It won't be easy, and there will be damage. Start praying, everyday, for God's grace.

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    1. Sure.

      Until then, they basically are tyrants.

      We dodged a bullet when this clown didn't get to SCROTUS (although not by much).

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    2. Agreed, this has been my message to friends and family - the only question is how much damage they inflict (we've already lost at least half of the newest generation) before they're out of power.

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    3. As per my comments in the morning headlines...

      MTFGIA - Make The Federal Government Irrelevant Again.

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    4. dept. of Justice soon to be renamed Dept. of PreCrime.

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    5. I agree with most of your post but I wouldn't expect too much help from the courts.

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    6. "Watch the feds lose in court"
      The trials will be before a DC judge and jury.
      Show trials.
      The outcome is predetermined and the only loss will be freedom and the rule of law.

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    1. Garland is a khunt.
      He covered for the deep state with the Oklahoma Federal building the Alfred P Murrah building and the patsy Tim McVeigh

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  3. I would disagree on it not being McConnell’s fault. He, along with virtually all of the Congressional Republicans, endorsed and openly supported the theft of the election. He, and the Republicans, worked hand in hand with the Democrats to steal my vote. It is absolutely Mitch’s fault.

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    1. Completely agree. I am convinced the left and right have been beneficiaries of blatant voter fraud. It is a uniparty. I think without voter fraud both McConnel and Lindsay Graham would have lost. And why they are silent now. and why Liz Cheney is so emboldened too. They know the fix is in for them. They no longer work for 'us' they work for the deep state that has the power to keep them or remove them. This needs to be fixed ASAP before anything else can happen

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    2. No right, just Left, as the facts pretty obviously state.

      The Whigs have just been paid off is all.

      Their big worry is what happens if the reds are overthrown in China.

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    3. Correct. McConnell was behind the Election Fraud Coup every bit as much as the criminals Obama, Clinton and Pelosi.

      BTW, The Senate just passed China's COVID-19 Free Speech Prevention Act. It bans the phrase "China Virus" on behalf of their Chinese owners.

      Who were also behind the Coup.

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    4. I agree -- In the Senate 2020 elections, McConnell, Graham, Collins, probably Cornyn and maybe even Ernst were all relected to protect the Deep State and Uniparty.

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    5. Gipper -- I guess I'm safe regarding China Virus. I use the term Chinese Lung Rot. Completely different.

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    6. Mandarin Mitch and his CCP bride are traitors to we the people

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  4. I can't wait until they push us far enough to start a civil war. It will be the best hour of my life.

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    1. I get ya Jimbo...hahaha! An hour. Hahaha!

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    2. Be longer than an hour. This one will be more like MO than VA.

      Lotsa bushwhacking.

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    3. I worry about a Civil War because of what it would physically do to our country, beyond the deaths of citizens. I am 76 and would sacrifice myself to save our Constitution. I still hold myself true to the many oaths I have taken to honor and protect it.

      Heck, if it came about, I can imagine the Left seeking China's help giving the CCP a foothold in our country. Just look at Syria to see what modern warfare can do to country. Kurt Schlichter's books follow my logic.

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  5. One of many false flag events sold to us as 'right wing extremism' but was probably CIA organized.

    There was a 3rd man involved, most likely middle eastern descent, and almost immediately covered up. Investigative reporter Jayna Davis wrote extensively about it after she was removed from reporting on it.

    "At 9:02 am on April 19, 1995, Jayna Davis became one of the first TV journalists to broadcast to the world the carnage surrounding the deadliest terrorist attack of 20th century America.

    Within 24 hours, KFOR-TV's news director tapped Jayna to cover the FBI's international manhunt for the elusive suspect - John Doe 2.

    Initially, the Department of Justice aggressively pursued the mysterious bomber, but for unexplained reasons, abruptly abandoned the search for the third terrorist. Did he even exist? Dozens of eyewitnesses assured Jayna that he did."

    You can find her book on Amazon and at her website - jaynadavis.com

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    1. Not Middle East, Filipino. Second guy had in-laws there and some of the ones on Mindanao are Moslem.

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    2. Another failed FIBBie sting, or was it?

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    3. Agate there were others involved that were protected by the gubment.

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    4. I remember that. She did real reporting. I bet she was never forgiven for that.

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  6. You mean all the mass shooters the FBI knew about or just people Garland doesn't like?

    No different than what's going on in DOD.

    The only person killed was a protesters. The police officer who died had a stroke.

    4 protestors. Rosanne Boyland, Benjamin Philips, and Kevin Greeson. Reason to believe the first 2 were beaten to death, not trampled, by cops.

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  7. Listen people, that attack was in direct retaliation to the unprovoked attackers against the Weavers and the citizens of Mt Carmel.

    Who has told you that this attack was unjustified? The FBI, that’s who. And have you not learned that they lie.

    If you don’t wake up then it might be your kids burning to death after an attack by government thugs.

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  8. Julie Kelly: Biden Intelligence Community Breaches Authority to Target the Right

    "DNI Haines is wasting no time accelerating the weaponization of a sprawling organization that is supposed to identify threats to the homeland by foreign actors, not target Americans with the wrong political views. It’s a practice, however, that Haines perfected as a trusted aide to Barack Obama; her fingerprints are all over the fabricated Trump-Russia collusion storyline and, as part of Brennan’s inner circle, Haines at least knew of—if she did not partially approve—the unleashing of insidious government surveillance tools against Trump and his campaign. ...

    Haines, Wray, and NSA Director Paul Nakasone were blasted by GOP members of the House Intelligence Committee for abusing their authority to advance the Democrats’ political agenda. Representative Chris Stewart (R-Utah) asked each official whether he or she was statutorily empowered to spy on Americans with “no foreign nexus”; each answered no."

    But they're doing it anyway.

    The supposed "laws" against using the Foreign Spy Apparatus against Americans are now being completely gutted by an Occupation Government.

    Which makes sense: they regard Americans as foreigners and foreigners as Americans.

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    1. SMFH.

      Some days I want to move to the mountains and become a hermit--well, more of a hermit. LOL.

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  9. Garland will take no prisoners in his revenge tour against those who kept him off the Supreme Court.

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  10. Can you imagine this POS on the Supreme Court?

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  11. Said puke would SWAT-team/declare war on a ham sandwich if "it" knew the sandwich was possibly prepared or being eaten by a conservative/"Deplorable"/Trump-supporter.

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  12. You mean the same McVeigh who had a team of leftist attorneys defending him?

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