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Friday, August 19, 2022

Highlights of the News

ITEM 1: The Palm Beach Post reported, "Mar-a-Lago search hearing update: Hearing ends; Judge says parts of search affidavit can be released."

Only the parts that make the FBI look good.

That was all the news organizations suing were going to post anyway.

ITEM 2: The judge and the FBI should remember that what happens in Florida stays in Florida. An impropriety by the FBI and all collusion by the judge are subject to indictments in Florida, not DC.

I am sure that DeSantis does not need me to tell him to sic the state police on this American Gestapo.

ITEM 3: Just the News reported, "Former Education Secretary Betsy DeVos said President Joe Biden's treatment of her when she was in a wheelchair would have amounted to sexual harassment under the White House's proposed Title IX changes.

"On The Megyn Kelly Show, DeVos said Biden touched her face and shoulders during an uncomfortable encounter when she was temporarily in a wheelchair in 2019 after breaking her pelvis."  

DeVos said, "I was backstage after speaking, he came up to me, I had never met him before in my life, he came up to me, put his hands on my shoulders, and his forehead on my forehead for several seconds, and had [a] conversation with me."

A college student who did that would face a sexual harassment charge.

He does this all the time because he gets his jollies this way. He is a predator. The sex lives of his adult daughter and adult son reflect disturbing childhoods.

ITEM 4: The New York Post reported, "R. Kelly’s former goddaughter gave damning testimony about the R&B legend in court on Thursday — claiming he had sex with her hundreds of times when she was a minor and forced her to pose as a prostitute to shut her up.

"The now-37-year-old woman, known only as Jane, described how Kelly videotaped himself having oral sex with her at his home in Chicago when she was 14 years old, during the fourth day of the singer’s federal child pornography trial.

"She said the disgraced singer gave her Champagne, instructed her to refer to her genitalia as '14 years old' then urinated on her, according to the Chicago Tribune."

He's a charmer. After 20 years in prison, he can become the Democrat presidential candidate in 2044.

ITEM 5AP reported, "Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced criminal charges against 20 people for illegally voting in 2020, the first major public move from the Republican’s controversial new election police unit.

"The charges mark the opening salvo from the Office of Election Crimes and Security, which from its conception drew widespread criticism from Democrats and voting rights groups who feared the unit would serve as a political tool for the governor."

Controversial.

That's journalese for something the writer dislikes.

ITEM 6: The New York Post reported, "Rick Astley recreates ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’ music video 35 years later."

Rick rolled? Rick old.

(Actually it is a terrific song from a pretty good era of music.)

ITEM 7Paul Sperry reported, "The FBI division overseeing the investigation of former President Trump's handling of classified material at his Mar-a-Lago residence is also a focus of Special Counsel John Durham's investigation of the bureau's alleged abuses of power and political bias during its years-long Russiagate probe of Trump.

"The FBI's nine-hour, 30-agent raid of the former president's Florida estate is part of a counterintelligence case run out of Washington – not Miami, as has been widely reported – according to FBI case documents and sources with knowledge of the matter. The bureau's counterintelligence division led the 2016-2017 Russia collusion investigation of Trump, codenamed 'Crossfire Hurricane.'

"Although the former head of Crossfire Hurricane, Peter Strzok, was fired after the disclosure of his vitriolic anti-Trump tweets, several members of his team remain working in the counterintelligence unit, the sources say, even though they are under active investigation by both Durham and the bureau's disciplinary arm, the Office of Professional Responsibility. The FBI declined to respond to questions about any role they may be taking in the Mar-a-Lago case."

Those 30 agents should put a criminal lawyer in Florida on retainer. Maybe their union will cover some of the cost.

ITEM 8: CNN pulled the plug in Brian Stelter's Sunday show and canned him. This unleashed mirth among conservatives who made the usual Costanza and Mr. Potato jokes.

I laughed. 

But I laugh even harder because the fools now running CNN believe canning him will have anyone running back to watch the channel. It's over. Americans have gotten along without CNN for years now and even decades in some cases. They are not coming back.

So why change anything? Keep Stelter. He's cheap and with reruns during the day on Sunday, he can fill up a lot of empty space.

Programming does not matter.

Thanks to cable fees, CNN is enormously profitable. It made close to a billion bucks last year. Why change anything? The only people CNN should can are the ones who have big contracts. Hire away Biden's disastrous spokeswoman to replace Anderson Cooper.

ITEM 9: Bearing Arms reported, "A mother of two in Milwaukee, Wisconsin says she was forced to shoot and kill an intruder on Monday morning after he broke into her home while she and her children were inside. The woman, who spoke to WTMJ in Milwaukee while requesting anonymity, says she was in the shower when she heard her two kids, aged 14 and 12, start screaming."

Police arrested and questioned her but later released her.

I wonder if they let her dress.

ITEM 10: AP reported, "Ken Mauldin was jolted awake last weekend with his wife screaming incessantly in their split level home in Colorado’s mountain town of Steamboat Springs where their three children were sleeping one floor below. Then she yelled: 'There’s a bear in the house!'

"Kelly Mauldin had just been awakened by the couple’s barking dogs that didn’t wake up her husband before dawn on Saturday. She walked to the door of the couple’s bedroom and found herself staring at a male black bear weighing about 400 pounds — about 10 feet away in the dining room.

"In an interview, Ken Mauldin said he grabbed his 40-caliber pistol, took his wife’s place at the door and shot once, aiming for the center of the bear’s body. He thinks the first shot hit the bear and it charged him as Mauldin continued firing."

There are times when you really, really, really need an AR 15.

This was one of them.

UPDATE: Apparently not. Readers and further reading say a pistol at close range is better than a rifle in this situation.

ITEM 11: The New York Post reported, "Three men have been indicted in connection with the brutal killing of James 'Whitey' Bulger in prison.

"The 89-year-old Boston gangster was bludgeoned to death with a padlock stuffed in a sock Oct. 30, 2018, hours after being transferred to United States Penitentiary Hazelton in Bruceton Mills, W.Va. — a maximum-security prison.

"Fotios Geas, 55, Paul DeCologero, 48, and Sean McKinnon, 36, each were charged Wednesday with conspiracy to commit first degree murder, federal prosecutors announced.

"Geas and DeCologero, both of whom are accused of hitting Bulger in the head, have also been charged with aiding and abetting first degree murder, along with assault resulting in serious bodily injury. Geas additionally faces a separate charge for murder by a federal inmate serving a life sentence and McKinnon faces a separate charge of lying to a federal agent."

Trial?

Medals.

ITEM 12: Just the News reported, "Finnish Prime Minister Sanna Marin said she is willing to take a drug test after videos were published of her partying with friends as one person in the background seems to yell, flour gang, in reference to cocaine.

"Reporters grilled the 36-year-old leader of Finland after videos surfaced on Wednesday of her dancing, singing and hugging friends."

Party girl prime minister.

We just added Finland to NATO. It is not a serious country. Dump it before it gets us in trouble.

ITEM 13: Just the News reported, "Millions in PPP loans to companies linked to Pelosi's husband, a Kardashian, other celebs forgiven. The company of NFL legend Tom Brady, whose net worth is $250 million, received a $960,000 PPP loan that has been forgiven."

Me: The Kardashians...

Wife: I don't want to hear about it.

Me: ...got a Covid Loan for small businesses.

Wife: There's nothing small about her boobs or her butt.

ITEM 14: Blaze Media reported, "A New York City teenager accused of attacking a 57-year-old grandmother on a bus was arrested on Tuesday. The suspect allegedly committed a hate crime and threatened to murder the victim."

Three black girls attacked the white woman.

Hate crimes by black people have accelerated under New York's first black mayor in 29 years.

ITEM 15: The Epoch Times reported, "Former President Donald Trump on Thursday posted on social media that he declassified materials in late 2020 relating to the FBI’s controversial Crossfire Hurricane investigation into his 2016 campaign.

"The former president noted in two Truth Social posts that in October 2020, he wrote on his now-deleted Twitter account, 'I have fully authorized the total Declassification of any & all documents pertaining to the single greatest political CRIME in American History, the Russia Hoax,' adding, 'Likewise, the Hillary Clinton Email Scandal. No redactions!'

"Trump on Thursday also made reference to a memorandum issued on Jan. 19, 2021—a day before President Joe Biden’s inauguration—to declassify certain materials relating to the Crossfire Hurricane investigation, which was launched in July 2016 to investigate claims of Russian interference in the election. Years later, special counsel Robert Mueller concluded that the investigation found no evidence showing Trump or his campaign coordinated with Moscow to sway the election.

"It was later revealed that Crossfire Hurricane was based partially on a series of notes and memos concocted by former UK spy Christopher Steele—known as the Steele dossier—while he was performing opposition research for a third party on behalf of the Clinton presidential campaign and Democrats. A number of allegations in his dossier have since been discredited by federal law enforcement officials."

Those documents are his evidence in his RICO lawsuit against Hillary and the Democrat Party.

That was what the FBI wanted.

The 30 agents who conducted the unconstitutional raid better lawyer up.

By the way, maybe John Durham realized he could not get them criminally but helped Trump get them in a civil lawsuit. You never know.

FINALLY, the Kansas City Star reported, "Cleveland scored six runs in eighth inning after its first three batters struck out."

The reason is manager Tito Francona. He has a young team that should be playing in Triple A. They have no business being in first place, but there they are.

Three strikeouts and then six runs all in the same inning. Great team. They would be selling out every game if they had kept the name Indians.

110 comments:

  1. Randy says: “Boston Children’s Hospital made history by throwing the first child off the roof based on the child’s ‘felt need to have their birdhood affirmed.’” — Babylon Bee
    https://babylonbee.com/news/boston-childrens-hospital-throws-child-off-roof-after-she-claims-to-be-a-bird

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    1. Every doctor/nurse/butcher that would perform such mutilations should have the same things done to them.
      -LG

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    2. Yes. It's one thing to indulge these fantasies. It's entirely another to mutilate for them.

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    3. Anon - my reaction of what should be done to them would get me thrown off the blog.

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    4. Every pro abortion politician should view the remains and process of abortions at all stages. I was in medical school when Roe v Wade was decided. It was a catholic medical school. Shortly after that when I was on my OB/GN rotation a patient miscarried at four or five months and when I looked I saw it as a baby!

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    5. I remember reading an interview with a Canadian abortion doctor quite a while ago. She didn't want to be named for fear of reprisal. It was stomach turning to read how she actually performed the abortion, depending on the stage of pregnancy. She was OK with what she was doing. If remember correctly, I think she said she was an atheist. You'd have to be.

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  2. Finally. The INDIANS (they'll always be the Tribe to me) are playing with a chip on their shoulder. Being called bush league and triple-A; I think that chip's deserved.
    That said, while they're currently first in their division, their win/loss isn't that good. F'rinstance, even though the Yankees have been running cold lately, they'd still be 9 games up on the tribe.
    -LG

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    1. I am so sick of this name changing nonsense. My Canadian university changed its name because its founder treated indigenous peoples badly, or something like that.

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  3. Finally: "after its first three batters struck out" - 3 outs and the inning is over?

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    1. Catcher dropped the ball on the last strikeout, turns it into a live play.
      -LG

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    2. So (I missed it) are you saying the batter with the third srike-out dashed to first base and made it? That's heads-up playing, baby. That's what we need on the Republican side...

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    3. Could also have been the first or second batter that struck out.

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    4. Ok, Cleveland's down 4-2 bottom of the eighth. First two batters struck out. Maile's up to hit, gets two strikes called.
      Chafin throws a slider, Maile swings and misses for strike three....except:
      The ball bounces off homeplate and into the backboards making it a wild pitch (aka live ball). If Haase had been able to get the ball and tag Maile or make the throw to first, Maile would've been out, side retired, we go into the ninth. Instead, Haase lost the ball in the backboards, Maile gets to first safely, inning extended. Cleveland goes on to beat Detroit.
      -LG

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    5. Has that always been a rule in baseball? I didn't know that.

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    6. yes and it makes for very lively little league ball when the players are trying to learn the rules, keep two hands on the ball and remember what to do next.

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  4. Randy says: Item 7: “several members of [Strzok’s] team remain working in the counterintelligence unit … even though they are under active investigation by both Durham and the bureau's disciplinary arm” And they will remain under “active investigation” for the rest of their natural life. As long as they’re under “active investigation,” no one will ever go to jail.

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  5. ITEM 6: Rick Astley looks really good for 56. He's finally grown into his voice.

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    1. That was always the point behind the Rick Astley jokes. His voice didnt match his appearance at all

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    2. I never liked Rick Astley. At the time, I was fresh out of college and was into what we called British "alternative" music and American "college" music at the time. Eg. The Cure, The Smiths, etc. The Replacements, REM. etc. Did my 60s rock revival in uni.

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  6. Randy says: Item 10: “There are times when you really, really, really need an AR 15. This was one of them.” Without opening up a can of caliber wars, an AR-15 would not be my first choice against a 400 pound bear, 10 feet away. The AR’s .223 round would not make as big a hole in the bear as the .40 round, although it would penetrate deeper. I think the .40 caliber’s stopping power might change significantly with the type of ammo used, round-nose vs. hollow point, but a bear’s thick skin might stop a hollow point from penetrating, as if it were body armor. Home defense weapons are usually chosen for stopping a human intruder, not a bear, but you shoot what you have when the need arises.

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    1. I was just about to make a similar post. At close range I would take a .40 caliber vs a bear over a .223.

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    2. What was really needed, in that case, was a lib-dem psychologist to evaluate the bear's needs...gender identity, lack of supremity, etc. Then a push for federal spending to correct the situation.

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    3. Maybe he was just looking for a pic-a-nic basket, Boo Boo.
      -LG

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    4. The United States of America is great because you can have either OR BOTH! My .40 cal Glock Model 22 hold 15 rounds. All my AR-15s have 30 round magazines. Remember the 3 Rules of Gunfighting 1) have a gun 2) have more than one gun (malfunction or arm a friend) 3) have friends with lots of guns there with you. Train and practice.

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    5. Relative of mine brought down a black bear with a
      .45 acp. Close range one shot.

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    6. An AR-15 against an 400 pound bear?

      Why would one want to annoy a bear like that?

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    7. How did the bear unlock the door?

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    8. My understanding is you shoot 'em through the eyes.

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    9. Randy says: On my nightstand is a Taurus Judge. This 5-shot revolver shoots 410 shotgun shells and .45 Longs. The first two I’ve loaded are buckshot (to shoot ’im in the eyes, maybe non-lethal but will seriously screw up his brain), the next two are 410 slugs (center mass), then if he’s still standing, a .45 Long. On the other side of my nightstand is a 12-gauge short-barrel (just 1/2” over illegal) shotgun.

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    10. -How did the bear unlock the door?

      He used the key?
      Fyi, you can find ar-15's in a variety of different calibres incl. .300, .308, 6.5 grendel and even 12gauge.
      It's a popular platform since it can be easily customized to personal needs.
      -LG

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    11. I was waiting to see if someone would say the bear used the key. Heehee.

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    12. I'll be your huckleberry
      -LG

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    13. Bears don't need keys:
      https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2uy8i1nM3aE

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  7. Item 10: Clearly .40 would not be your first choice for bear defense. Having said that: https://www.ammoland.com/2018/02/defense-against-bears-with-pistols-97-success-rate-37-incidents-by-caliber/

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    1. I had read this a long time ago when I was preparing for a bear hunt. Health issues at the time forced me to cancel.

      A deer is prey for many animals. It has an innate survival instinct. Even when shot in the heart, it can run for a long time, trying to escape their prey. A deer can survive shots that one would surely think would kill it.

      A bear is a predator. It is not used to being the prey. When shot, it will many times just collapse on the spot. It does not have the survival instinct.

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    2. SL, interesting thought, but not one I would prefer to test.
      -LG

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    3. Really interesting info, Mr. Lardmaster. Cheers.

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    4. Here is a simple experiment anyone can do.
      Go to the local recycler and get a couple bundles of newspaper. Typically they are a foot thick. Set them up facing against your backstop.
      Step away the length of your house. Shoot one with a.40, another with your AR and a third with a.22. paper has a density nearly the same as a pine board. If the shot can penetrate 1 inch equivalent, about 1.4 ", it can kill human. If it can penetrate 5" it can kill a bear.
      Shot placement matters when dealing with a bear.

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    5. Interesting, too, JeremyR. I know nothing about guns and shootings, but I do think law-abiding people can have them. I am not anti-gun despite my lack of knowledge.

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    6. Use what the bear guides do ; a 45/70 lever action rifle . Regardless of where you hit , it will slow them down if not put them on the ground .

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  8. ITEM 8: Americans have gotten along without CNN for years now and even decades in some cases.
    I haven't watched CNN since 1990 when Bernie Shaw hid under a table in his Baghdad hotel room during the Gulf War.

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    1. I think it was 1995 for me, when OJ was being chased down the highway in his Bronco. I was channel surfing at the time.

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    2. 1992-rodney king riots. I'd never watched the Clinton news net much, but when they defended looters and hated the Korean shop owners for defending their homes and families, I swore an oath.
      As charlie said, when ROK come to play, time to Didi mau.

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    3. Dr.: Agreed. Good people who should not be communist slaves.

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    4. For me, the height of CNN was the O.J. Bronco chase and the subsequent trial.

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  9. Randy says: Item 12: “Sanna Marin said she is willing to take a drug test after videos were published of her partying with friends.” The party was on Wednesday. “I’ll be happy to take a Breathalyzer, officer. Come back day after tomorrow.”

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    1. If you compare pictures of her from a few years ago with more recent photos, she's lost some weight. Coke will do that...

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    2. Randy says: Especially if it’s diet coke.

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  10. #11 Early parole with those medals.
    EN2 SS

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  11. 5 - R. Kelley won’t survive his term. Child molesters don’t care well in prison.

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    1. All those cultists sexually mutilating children should meet the same fate.

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    2. Randy says: Child molesters don’t do well in the army, either. A girl I knew in college (’70s) had been repeatedly raped by her father from 10 years old until he got her pregnant at 15. He was in the army, then discharged after he was mysteriously shot in the crotch. They never determined whether it was from “friendly fire” or “enemy fire.” That ended his sex life, of course, and he had to wear an ostomy bag for the rest of his miserable existence.

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    3. You are completely wrong about child molesters in prison! Prison is the one of the safest places for them. I was in shocked when I learned this, but being on a jury dealing with a pedo was a real eye opener. The child molesters are not targeted like you think and prison is one of the safest places for them to exist.

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    4. Could you give us more details, please.

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    5. Randy says: Like Jeffrey Epstein, for instance.

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    6. Or Jeffrey dahmer

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    7. They didnt tolerate them in the Navy either.

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    8. Epstein was killed because he had dirt on the Arkansas mafia not because he molested children.
      The proliferation of children being assaulted is shocking, and the number of older victims coming forward now makes me wonder about how ingrained it was in years past.
      Did it suddenly become a problem, or more likely it finally is getting exposure. How deep is the rabbit hole and what lies at the bottom?

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  12. Johnny from ClevelandAugust 19, 2022 at 8:18 AM

    FINALLY - Go Tribe!!

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  13. The raid of Trump's possessions was not to take copies of documents the FBI and DOJ know Trump has. He asked them to declassify years ago so they're very familiar with them.

    It was to learn WHAT ELSE he has - perhaps docs they thought they successfully hid implicating even more criminal activity: interference in the 2016 and 2020 elections; Clinton email coverup; CIA/DOJ/FBI involvement in impeachments and coordinated attempts to overthrow Trump throughout his 4 years.

    Trump filed a racketeering case against them. He has the goods. This is "discovery" in a fascist police state.

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    1. FBI were planting the incriminating items.

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    2. Yes and they were trying to see what Trump had on them. Corrupt!

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    3. Should be interesting to see what is on the surveillance tapes. I saw clips of the raiders with backpacks. those backpacks are not standard on a raid from what I have read. They use different bags and containers to take evidence.
      ~TJ

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  14. Why was my comment questioning the Fake News story on the murder of Whitey Bulger removed?

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    1. Yeah, I just commented on it too and now my comment is below and makes little sense without the context.

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    2. Musta hit a little too close to home for the censors.

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    3. I'm gonna try to recreate it and repost it. If it gets thru try to comment on it again. Lets see what happens.

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    4. Sometimes comments get caught up in spam and show up later. I've had that happen.

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    5. Could be although I still see "Jennifer's" spam right above. If it comes back I'll delete the other post trying to recreate it (I totally butchered it anyway).

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    6. Spam filter is great at flagging and holding LuAnn's comments. Sucks at stopping spam. I try to keep up with the spam but I don't make $18k an hour :)

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    7. I prolly deleted Jennifer and that kills replies

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    8. re: Flagging and holding: I had no idea that anything I said was that controversial. Hmmm....

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    9. I’ve had some “disappear” after I hit publish, then show up a bit later, after I’ve replied again (and a little differently to get past the censor).

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    10. Schlong, I have zero problems with you. LuAnn too. May have to do with how you post. The volume or speed. The spam filter's ways are unknown to me and I try to clean it early and often

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    11. No worries Don, its your site and we're just happy to be here and throw our two cents in. I was actually worried about the FBI censoring my comment and then I had a second cup of coffee and realized that the FBI prolly doesn't care what a rando who calls himself Botched Lobotomy has to say about them.

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    12. Don - I have crossed the line a few times, but I’ve long believed it is the filters and not you. SL

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  15. If CNN were to consistently start presenting the facts on all their news shows (except for opinion spots I'll give them that) for a long period of time. Perhaps even outdoing Fox as to facts then maybe, maybe they could gain an audience.

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  16. Good points all. It's very easy to see this was not a random act of violence. Nobody lost their job here either. Sometimes they just have to rotate wardens and other personnel around to other facilities, like they've done with pedophile priests in the past.

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  17. "Boston Children's Hospital alone, performed 65 double mastectomies on children in response to trans ideology."

    • This is not just about the ideology; it is about the money too.

    • If you do not work in health care, it is easy to think of hospitals in terms of just "care".
    • However, hospitals are a business too (nothing wrong with that) and surgery is a key profit center for many hospitals.
    • Also, hospital advertising is usually focused on their most profitable services.

    • Which is a big part of the answer to the question: Why would BCH advertise/ make public what they are doing?
    • This is part product line extension, and part establishing themselves as the "Go To' provider for pediatric trans surgery.
    • Also, never underestimate what people will do to sustain their business/ livelihood.

    Keep up the good work DS.

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    1. The harms that are being done to children are monstrous. Between "gender affirming" surgeries and the pandemic, you would think people hated children.

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    2. I've started seeing more and more articles, etc., from people expressing regret for the surgeries they've had, talking about how they now feel that their lives are ruined. In a lot of cases, no one told them what these surgeries involved (in one case, a guy received an orchiectomy, not realizing that it was actually castration). From what I've read recently, it's believed that these kids, if left alone, will usually either grow out of it, or realize that they're gay. But there's money involved, and if parents don't play along, they can have their kids taken away from them by CPS.

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    3. An old comment from back when transplant surgery was in it's infancy comes to mind: The surgeon's hands are lean and nimble, his brain could fit inside a thimble.
      Doctors are in short supply, but things like this convince me we could sure use a lot less of them.

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  18. 11 - "Trial?

    Medals."

    Here we go again cheering extrajudicial murder.

    How do three inmates in a MAXIMUM SECURITY PRISON come into possession of a metal padlock and have enough time to beat a man to death without any guards stopping them?

    Why would these three inmates, at least one of whom is serving a life sentence (I'd love to see what crime this hero committed to get that sentence) want to murder an 89 year old man? Were that mad at him for committing crimes like they did? Did he steal their soup?

    We really need to stop taking Fake News stories at face value and start questioning how the FBI/Deep State benefits everytime someone in their care is murdered.

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    1. This comment was made earlier and posted right below Johnny from Cleveland's comment. It was apparently removed and I'm curious as to why and who removed it? There's no foul language, just a questioning of the Deep State. Very strange.

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    2. Damn, I left out the part about Bulger being a confidential informant for decades and noting that the FBI/Deep State may have wanted him dead to prevent him from revealing their many crimes.

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    3. Randy says: Contact the FBI. They have a copy of your original post. LOL (maybe).

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    4. You kid Randy, but I'm keeping one eye on the street to see if any unmarked Crown Vics pull up.

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    5. B-L bolo for dark SUV's with tinted windows.

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  19. #11 Interesting history with Robert Mueller and Whitey Bulgar, more coverups.

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  20. CFP has a profile on Biden written in 1974 by Kitty Kelly. He was a weird ass then, just as he is now.

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  21. #8 -- re: Tater -- He'll likely end up back at the New York Times. They have a vacancy for a media reporter, and he came from there. Whatever he is, he is not a journalist.

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  22. #12 -- re: Finnish PM -- Not to be taken seriously. It's too bad though because young people should be interested in politics and public service. She is not setting a good example, but neither is Justin Trudeau.

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    1. In days of wooden ships, crews often refused to sail with Finns aboard, accusing them of witchcraft and the ability to conjur up storms.
      Just saying.

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    2. They have one hell of a reputation as drinkers and drunks.

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    3. Well, when its snowing and freezing outside 10 months of the year, what else is there to do?

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    4. True, true. Minnesota has more bars then churches and they have a church on every corner.

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    5. What else is there to do? You ARE kidding I hope. --BJ54

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  23. #15 re: FBI raid and Trump -- Spot on, Don.

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  24. Really really need an AR-10...
    Fixed that for you- carry on.

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  25. ITEM 14: I agree that a handgun would be preferable in this situation; ideally, a Glock 20 10mm. The Danish Arctic Patrol in Greenland carries them for defense against polar bears.

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  26. Donald John Trump is still our president.

    Masthead: This is what mindless Leftism gives you.

    3: Don't forget his second wife.

    4: He won't last a week in prison.

    9: That was my thought. Hope she looks good naked. Last thing the bad guy saw.

    15: That's how they got Big Al.

    FINALLY: Can't wait for the Washington Commies to hit the field.

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  27. "Apparently not. Readers and further reading say a pistol at close range is better than a rifle in this situation."

    Maybe yes, maybe no. One could make a strong argument either way.

    Personally, in bear country I'm most comfortable with a Winchester Model 12 shotgun in the canoe and/or the cabin.

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