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January 07, 2018

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boris

Good morning J O M

Neo

In private meetings with more than a dozen members of Congress held on Dec. 5 and 6, Lee briefed lawmakers — all Democrats except for one Republican senator, whom [Dr] Lee declined to identify.

Obvious conclusion ...
Democrats seeking the aid of a mental health expert to help them with their 'Clinton-induced' psychosis.
One Republican trying to figure out just how incapacitated they are.

anonamom

She's just taking the JOM way.

More Trump winning!
Leftists startign to realize how badly all their hate hurts themselves.

Captain Hate

Hmmm, that is a strange and uplifting back and forth.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

anonamom,

This is true. I detect a crack in the wall, myself.

Stephen Miller did well on Tapper's show, from what I can see.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
4m4 minutes ago

Leaving Camp David for the White House. Great meetings with the Cabinet and Military on many very important subjects including Border Security & the desperately needed Wall, the ever increasing Drug and Opioid Problem, Infrastructure, Military, Budget, Trade and DACA.

James D.

From the previous thread:

their accusations of racism, misogyny and now insanity against Trump are also accusations against me and others who align with his views.
Personally, I find it very very hard not to despise them.

I’m st the point where I’m ready to stop trying, myself.

Old Lurker

I was there a year ago myself, James.

Femall. I don't care.

Janet 🚬

— all Democrats except for one Republican senator, whom [Dr] Lee declined to identify.

No Republican in a "meeting". That is a lie.

https://www.weeklystandard.com/did-a-republican-senator-actually-meet-with-a-psychiatrist-about-trumps-sanity/article/2011052

"In an on-the-record phone call with TWS Saturday afternoon, Lee admitted her “meeting” with a Republican senator was not actually scheduled and that it was, in her own words, “accidental.”

“The meeting happened—it wasn’t arranged in advance,” she said. “It was accidental. It was incidental, I will say. It was incidental.”"....

"when TWS asked whether the nameless Republican senator was sympathetic to her view of Trump’s mental health, Lee was quick to admit they were not."...

The MFM are a pathetic joke.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
6m6 minutes ago

I’ve had to put up with the Fake News from the first day I announced that I would be running for President. Now I have to put up with a Fake Book, written by a totally discredited author. Ronald Reagan had the same problem and handled it well. So will I!

 narcisoyea

Of course it does Twitter is an automated lynch mob at times, we have seen how they are tools of the regime in Iran.

henry

Jane, our Chitown lurker suggests the HUD money went through Loop Capital, aka "The Original Laundry Service."

Jack is Back!

Woke up, got a cup of Joe, read Clarice and saw all is good and going according to plan. Took the dogs to Marineland beach to walk them among the coquina boulders. Found no buried secret documents or cryptograms but the dogs found an old carcass of a dead pelican.

Sumptin's Up, that is for sure.

Jack is Back!

Jane, our Chitown lurker suggests the HUD money went through Loop Capital, aka "The Original Laundry Service."

Doesn't Treasury or the HUD IG have a forensic accounting group that can get the bottom of this? Can you imagine Boeing or CAT or Exxon reporting to the SEC on their 10K that they can't find where $500 billion in expenses was spent and for what?

les nessman

From today's Pieces "... Nunes now has the record of what Steele was asked by the FBI and what he answered..."
Well, he has the "record" of what the agents decided to put in their 302's. Which is probably chock full of fabrications, distortions and omissions.

And from Byron York :"If what Steele told the FBI was untrue, that's a problem."

Who is it a problem for? Isn't he a Brit? Our stupid "'lying' to the FBI" laws don't apply to him. It's certainly not a problem for the FBI, who now have a cover-all excuse if things go bad. (Oops! Not our fault, we were lied to. Honest mistake"

henry

JiB, the $500 billion missing was from HUD's forensic accounting. As a Loop Capital type firm siphoned cash in every blue hell, they have the same protections as Hilligula does- co conspirators in every Congessional office plus the regulators. The swamp teems with leeches.

Lyle Sanford

been lurking for years - thanks so much for this post, as I would have probably missed the story otherwise - all the best to you and your merry crew!

Extraneus

Scott at PowerLine finds him a bit frustrating, too.

SUNDANCE EXPLAINS IT ALL, OR NOT

Davod

"New thread, but if the IG really does turn over 1.2M pages of evidence by Jan 15th, who cares what's in his executive summary?"

Ext. The media, pundits and the ratbags. Do you really think these people care about what is actually in the report.

Davod

Ext. Makes a valid point about over one million pages being released.

Maybe there needs to be a mass reading like when Sarah Palin's e-mails were released.

henry

Davod, if the IG releases them to the congressional committee, will the public see any of it?

Davod

Vegans upset about police breakfast photo.

The food looks really good though (and baked beans are included).

(From a link on ACE)


https://metro.co.uk/2018/01/05/police-blasted-posting-picture-cooked-breakfast-might-upset-vegans-7205453/

Davod

Henry. Sorry. Silly of me. I thought it was going to be a general release with the classified info published in a separate report. Of course the report will have to be sent somewhere first.

Extraneus

He's the one who released 375 of the 10,000 Strkok/Page texts, right? (Nunes is supposed to get the rest this week.) Just that alone was pretty important, and kind of argues against a whitewash. We'll see soon enough if all this stuff gets to the committees when they say it will.

The Infamous Ignatz

I must be a bad person because the first two things that came to mind were:
1. Sarah Silverman is a rabidly vicious and obscene [and unfunny] and frankly insane prog and consequently,
2. The whole thing is probably fake.

I hope I'm wrong and perhaps she has changed.

Extraneus

Most grocery stores could also offend vegans. Even Whole Foods! (My wife adds that MacDonald's billboards might be particularly hurtful.)

Texas Liberty Gal

MM. I hope you're getting your furnace fixed today!!

les nessman

I hope I'm wrong and perhaps she has changed.

Posted by: Ignatz Ratzkywatzky | January 07, 2018 at 10:55 AM

She has not. This little Twitter vignette is either fake or a cheap attempt at virtue signalling which costs her nothing but pocket change.

Jane

I watched Wolff on MTP this morning. In the beginning he was fairly compelling - compelling enough to make me nervous, but then he sort of fell apart - very void of actually facts.

Even David Brooks said something like: I hate everything about trump but this book is not credible.

The liberals were talking 25th amendment.

Oh and Wolff really needs his teeth cleaned.

jimmyk

Although as OL pointed out, sometimes missing money is just the result of mistaken entries, outright corruption and theft can be on the books via featherbedding, bogus "consulting" fees, and the like. The NYT piece I linked a week or two ago about the subway tunnel construction indicated $billions were being given away to unions and other cronies.

Threadkiller

Wolff looks like a gay version of the fruitcake morgue employee from Men In Black.

The Infamous Ignatz

Wolff has been around a long time and has always been willing to smear anyone for a buck.
He's always reminded me of Peter Lorre playing Joel Cairo in The Maltese Falcon.

hrtshpdbox

I'm conflicted - I'd previously thought Sarah Silverman to be at least funny, but then her political obtuseness completely repelled me. That story TM linked to left an opening for me to go back to just thinking she's at least funny. Meanwhile, Dems in all their glory:

Clarice Feldman

Glad powerline sees CTh as I do--they need an editor.

Man Tran

So Scott says Sundance = Mark Bradman.

Anyone else ever hear who he is?

The Infamous Ignatz

Bruce Bawer, one of the few homosexuals in the West who seems to understand the threat of Islam to guys like him on creeping sharia.

Buckeye

So when money is "mismanaged" as in HUD, where does it go?

A big slice goes indirectly to corrupt politicians and their posse. The rest "trickles down" to liquor stores, drug dealers and whore houses.

Nothing has really changed in the last 3000 years or so.

maryrose

Iggy:
Exactly!
Sleazeball Wolff.

Captain Hate

I assume everyone here feels positively about Shelby Foote's Civil War trilogy. I'm sure it's been discussed here before and I just scrolled by although I think I remember the otherwise noxious Ken Burns using it as a source.

Threadkiller

On second thought Wolff looks a Mike Meyers' caricature of a gay version of the fruitcake morgue employee from Men In Black.

Old Lurker

Buckeye "Nothing has really changed in the last 3000 years or so."

Exactly.

Jack is Back!

That Welsh Copper's breakfast is called an "Ulster Fry" but since it is in Wales probably a "farmer's fry". When Mrs. JiB sees it she will suffere pangs of nostalgia since she went to college (high school) in Llantwit Major at St. Donat's. They served it every morning.

From time to time we'll fry one up but the bangers here are not as good and no one makes a good black pudding:)

Jack is Back!

Outing Bradman is old news. From the "Wayback Machine" during the Zimmerman kerfuffle.

https://storify.com/princss6/sundancecracker-outed-as-mark-ivor-bradman-blogge

jimmyk

Wolff looks like a gay version of the fruitcake morgue employee from Men In Black.

From Scott Adams (pic was too big to show):

https://twitter.com/ScottAdamsSays/status/949418174402805760

Wolff and Dr Evil

Man Tran

Strange morning here. Typical winter storm: dark, blowing 30 kts and raining sideways, but this morning there are several eagles having a conniption fit right outside. With the wind they can stay aloft in one spot that gives them a visual on something on the ground. Probably something dying or dead on the shore. Lots of piping to each other which brings others over to check on the action. Lots of aerobatic maneuvers.

RattlerGator

It's an NFL Playoff Sunday here in North Florida and I ran through a bunch of pages of comments this morning and jotted down a bunch of responses but I think I'm just going to settle on this brief series, then kick back and hopefully enjoy a #FloridaBoy beatdown of the Lake-Effect-Snow crowd.

* * *

Why did PowerLine feel the need to name Sundance ???

My take on the comment at PowerLine (forgive me, Esquires everywhere) is this: lawyers can be so damn anal retentive, they miss the forest for the trees. Sundance is writing for a lay audience. Wake up, smell the damn coffee, and appreciate the overall value of accurately (more or less) addressing the narratives at play.

* * *

I wasn't aware that Steele testified before the Judiciary Committee, or any Congressional committee, and I couldn't find anything to confirm. Does anyone have a link?

Posted by: Extraneus | January 07, 2018 at 08:17 AM

Isn't this a distinction of no import? Chuck Grassley and Lindsey Graham are discussing a classified memorandum. Theoretically, it could contain "testimony," either loosely or strictly defined, from Steele (indirectly, or directly, implicating this question using the black vernacular: Is you is, or is you ain't lyin? Because the FBI said . . . .).

Remember, *someone* leaked to CNN that Mueller's team *has* interviewed Steele. Correct? And Steele has made certain representation in British court, correct?

https://media.washtimes.com.s3.amazonaws.com/media/misc/2017/04/26/Steeles_Defence_in_London_Action.pdf

Representations, in fact, that are now seriously in doubt . . . are they not?

That particular tweet thread, Extraneus, is a good one, whether or not a non-substantive point misstates the fact of in-person testimony before the Senate committee.

The intriguing point made: a clever trap has been laid for these co-conspirators, and Chuck Grassley, Lindsey Graham, along with the Trump Administration, all of them very much want these co-conspirators TO KNOW THEY'VE BEEN HAD. Which means . . . time to freak the hell out.

(9) The elite circle of the co-conspirator media propagandists are shaking like wet poodles in a Boston Bomb Cyclone. They are whiplashed into the realization that they are now one & the same with Steele. While they may not have committed the same crimes, they face an inquiry...

— 2ndUSRevolution🇺🇸 (@2ndUSRevolutoin) January 6, 2018

(10) And upon that realization, they are now scrambling like loose calves in a rodeo roping competition. They are likely making phone calls, meeting with advisors, sending desperate emails. They are acting as Paragraph 1 was intended to trigger: afraid and shaken...

— 2ndUSRevolution🇺🇸 (@2ndUSRevolutoin) January 6, 2018

(11) With such a statement inserted, where it was not otherwise necessary to present Steele to the DOJ and FBI, I am certain every person on that list has been, and is presently, under full surveillance. And in that position as enemies of the state, evidence is being collected...

— 2ndUSRevolution🇺🇸 (@2ndUSRevolutoin) January 6, 2018

(12) This memo from Grassley and Graham is as much to present Steele for prosecution as it is to shake the trees, watch the fruit fall, and gather a harvest of undeniable evidence of guilt...

— 2ndUSRevolution🇺🇸 (@2ndUSRevolutoin) January 6, 2018

(13) It may be a year before we see this shoe drop, but from the 3rd day of This presidency when Trump opened up a can of “Fake News” whoop-ass in his first press conference, he has not let up, & won’t, until media honest reporting is restored.

Sweet dreams, media elite. The end

— 2ndUSRevolution🇺🇸 (@2ndUSRevolutoin) January 6, 2018

Yep, yep !!!

Beasts of England

An Ulster fry sounds like it would make my head feel gooder...

Clarice Feldman

firemen living on a vegan diet wouldn't be strong enough to even handle the water hoses.

Clarice Feldman

That welsh breakfast is a standard UK fry up breakfast. I like that it has lots of protein but I wonder how people can work after such a hearty meal.

Janet 🚬

Wolff has been around a long time and has always been willing to smear anyone for a buck.

He's just the same as those women hired to tell lies.

How come James Frey was destroyed for writing lies in 'A Million Little Pieces', but this Wolff nutcase is celebrated?

Obama's book was full of lies too.

Anyway...nothin' makes sense. The 'rules' are so random.

Bori

Regarding Steele, he had to provide testimony on a lawsuit brought about because of the Dossier by a Russian in the UK. His testimony in that lawsuit and his statements to the FBI is what I believe that the Senate is looking at.

If his testimony under oath at the British courts conflicts with his statements to the FBI, there are obvious issues.

sbw

but I wonder how people can work after such a hearty meal

No central heating. The calories are used to keep warm.

sammy small

For those who may believe that Mueller is a white hat, could it be that he is stretching out his investigation in order to keep high paid Dem lawyers encumbered so that they don't interfere with what is going on behind the curtains.

Jack is Back!

I find it interesting as all get out that Woolf has pulled back on the veracity of his book without being challenged by the MFM. Just a Sarah Sanders tweet, one or two from Trump and maybe a few other inner circle. But I know of no Sunday news or talk shows that challenged him or did they.

But voluntary walk back could be more 11 dimensional chess. Its almost as if Trump wants the smears, lies, fake news to keep himself more legitimate to the base and his Congressional allies. Somthing weird about the access, which Trump denies, Bannon's praise of Trump after Trump criticized him in a press release, the media being sucked in and then Woolf walking back.

Beyond conincidental. YMMV

Miss Marple the Deplorable

The review is in!


Donald J. Trump
‏Verified account @realDonaldTrump
2h2 hours ago

Jake Tapper of Fake News CNN just got destroyed in his interview with Stephen Miller of the Trump Administration. Watch the hatred and unfairness of this CNN flunky!

hoyden

I have Shelby Foote's "Civil War Narrative" in print and as a book on tape. The tape is over 150 hours and I've listened to it a half dozen times, mostly on long distance road trips. I thoroughly enjoy it.

Davod


That Welsh Copper's breakfast is called an "Ulster Fry"

Sorry. They are missing Soda bread (i suppose the toast will do), potato, fried tomato, and black and white pudding.

Now I am really hungry.

Threadkiller

The duds at PowerLine can't stand that CTH is always nipping on their heels in the top conservative blogs ratings.

Captain Hate

RG, you should be crowing about the Gators stunning victory @ Mizzoo yesterday. Very exciting ending.

exdemocrat

Nonsense, Clarice. When I worked for the British civil service (fresh out of college) back in the day, I had no trouble at all following a breakfast like that with 2 hours moving paper around my desk, followed by a couple of hours at the pub for lunch, 2 more hours chatting, and then leaving early for soccer practice.
Iow, a normal ‘working’ day

Extraneus

His testimony in that lawsuit and his statements to the FBI is what I believe that the Senate is looking at.

I think that's true, also. So when the twitter guy claims in his 2nd comment of a long thread that they're trying to nail Steele on his Senate Judiciary Committee testimony, and then follows that up with a bunch of speculation, I write him off as unreliable and ignore what else he has to say, since Steele didn't testify to the Committee or any other committee, and this stuff is complicated enough without having to sort out fact vs. fiction in twitter threads.

It's simple. Either state facts or speculate. Don't make false claims or state speculations as fact. We do a lot of speculating here and nobody seems to state their speculations as facts.

And, btw, reporting on reports as facts - like Byron York did about the unsourced, unverified, and possibly bogus WaPo report that the FBI tentatively agreed to pay Steele - is just bad (and unreliable) reporting. We really shouldn't have to fisk Byron York.

Captain Hate

Powerline at least keeps tabs on the dickholes in Minneapolis not doing a fucking thing about the murdering Somali cop and his complicit partner. Charge them both!

Old Lurker

Sammy, the only way I could see Mueller as a white hat is if he had a near death experience and was allowed to return one time to do something right.

Jack is Back!

Don't know if you have heard but the movie about The Horse Soldiers called "12 Strong" is coming out soon. Keep an eye open, should be a humdinger. Remember them, the first American's in Afghanistan right after 911. Joined up with Rostom and the Northern Alliance.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/12_Strong

Bori

Ext,

This is an issue I had at CTH, I had a long conversation with Sundance back at the time of Zimmerman embroglio about his affinity of writing his opinions and assertions as fact. After our discussion, I stopped participating in the blog, I visit occasionally but I don't post there anymore.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

About that book...

Davod

From Tim Blair:

SYDNEY IN SUMMER IS SCORCHY. Good comparison between 47.3 C in 2018 and 47.8 C in 1939.


https://www.dailytelegraph.com.au/blogs/tim-blair/sydney-in-summer-is-scorchy/news-story/7e36357b89fdb312752ad700702253dc

boris

"We do a lot of speculating here and nobody seems to state their speculations as facts"

OTOH seems to me just about everybody does that.

Of course one could draw a fine line distinction between "reasonable inference" and "unsupported speculation" but IMO the overlap makes that impossible.

narciso

Exactly by comparison the press stacks unsupported assertions one on too of the other.

Captain Hate

JiB, I saw a trailer yesterday for that which looked good. Of course trailers are supposed to do that but maybe it's very good.

Old Lurker

117F in Sydney today Davod.

We will be in Melbourne next weekend...faced with that age old problem of how to dress to get to the airport at -0F only to get off the plane at the other end at 100+F.

Oh the problems!

I will be posting on Daddy-Time for those two weeks.

:-)

Jack is Back!

47.3 C is around 117F. Only time I experienced that was in The Sand Box and in August. No wonder the beaches were packed.

El Niña effect. Brutal cold in the northern hemisphere versus brutal heat in the Southern hemisphere. Can't wait for her little brother to take over.

Old Lurker

I just tried to watch Tapper-Miller on Youtube and only got 4 minutes in before turning it off. To repeat, I just do not care to be reminded anymore what our enemies say or think. They are never changing broken records.

Period.

Clarice Feldman

OL--even worse packing into cary on two different wardrobes. Layer--wear shorts and tees under your parka and mukluks inside your boots.

Jack is Back!

Good point, narc.

Like Trump we at JOM are being held to a higher standard then the mainstream media or the talking heads on MSNBC/CNN. They can speculate all they want, use unconfirmed rumours or anonymous sources. But we have to honest and upright with facts only.

Not that I am complaining its just to show the difference between us including Trump and a free press.

Buckeye

Got to experience 57 C in the desert of NW China near the Kazakhstan border.

Once was enough.

exdemocrat

Ext - scott johnson's post was constructed precisely for your benefit:

Paraphrasing: "I know SD has a lot of short-comings as a writer, but suggest you get past that in order to learn something valuable..."

i've respected and admired Scott for many years (and used to exchange personal emails with him), but I especially admire the personal integrity he's shown in setting aside his cautious lawyerly instinct in order to see the value in the no-prisoners approach of trumpism.

my own view, fwiw, is that the approaches are complementary.

Old Lurker

Clarice, my basic packing strategy is to carry what I really need for the duration (lately electronics, drugs, glasses and contacts fill a carry-on) and to check nothing that cannot be replaced with a Visa Card. And I backup the Visa Card with two others. Really important things like drugs are backed up in Mrs. L's carry-on too, and again in my checked bag. The last thing I do is call my banker and say "We are going to AU & NZ; your job if I call you at any hour is to get the money to me if I need some."

exdemocrat

..and let's not forget that part of the responsibility for differentiating a 'statement of fact' from an 'informed speculation' lies with the reader too. not least because many things we presume to be facts are in actuality informed speculations.

Buckeye

and to check nothing that cannot be replaced with a Visa Card.

A Visa card with no foreign transaction fees.

I pack the same way OL, except I include a pair of BVDs in my carry-on:)

Miss Marple the Deplorable

This came to my attention on Twitter. I believe Jennifer Rubin has something to hide and is afraid, or has suffered some sort of sever mental breakdown. No professional pundit or columnist would write something like this. It's ridiculous and easily disproved.

ennifer Rubin‏Verified account @JRubinBlogger

What we have is a type of coup in which the great leader is disabled. He is propped up, sent out to read lines written by others and kept safely away from disastrous situations. This is not how our system works, however.

simply stupid

Since Michael Mann is opening his yap on the climate change how about President Trump getting him to release his research for Penn State and university of Virginia

rich

Posted by: Miss Marple the Deplorable | January 07, 2018 at 01:01 PM

that was odd. and describes Obama and Hillary to a "t".

Janet 🚬

that was odd. and describes Obama and Hillary to a "t".

Exactly!!

Old Lurker

BVDx1. Check. Always Buckeye.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

rich,

My concern about this is that she is nationally syndicated and read by foreign people. To me, this is the same as saying "Pay not attention to the man in charge; he is really not the person you should listen to."

She is undermining national security and foreign policy with statements like that, and apparently hates or fears Trump so much she doesn't care.

Clarice Feldman

I always carry those things with me, OL and now the electronic stuff takes up TOO MUCH SPACE, but as long as I'm responsible for my mother;s care, our trips are shorter and it's hard to replace (or have the bagge catch up to you if misplaced) on short hops. Probably explains why I look like a bag lady on every trip.

Old Lurker

MM "My concern about this is that she is nationally syndicated and read by foreign people."

Anybody on the planet who believes anything written by anyone in the MSM except MAYBE the three or four we listed yesterday without telling oneself "this may or may not be true...why does he want me to think this?" deserves the serfdom that is his future.

(SBW is on that short list, BTW)

Old Lurker

Clarice, I used to think it silly, but these days more of my pals are sending their main bag by FedEx straight to the hotel, and then they confirm its arrival there before they leave their house.

The thought of getting Mrs. L packed a week early is funny to contemplate. Not to mention freaking out the pups too soon.

jimmyk

MM, I'm pretty confident Jen Rubin is writing for an increasing selective audience, as narc would say.

Meanwhile, my increasingly moonbatty mother e-mailed out this picture of Trump supposedly messing up the Asian handshake.

Of course the video shows that this was essentially nothing.

https://www.express.co.uk/news/world/878994/Donald-Trump-news-handshake-video-Asia-tour-North-Korea-news

That aside, I'm restraining myself from sending back the famous Obama hand over the foreign leader's face, or the umbrella gaffe.

exdemocrat

This is good https://www.nationalreview.com/article/455192/fbi-gave-hillary-co-special-treatment-during-email-probe, but what bugs me is that in removing the delta between "extremely careless" and "grossly negligent" (significant as that is) we don't stop short of the real issue:
that Clinton and the left went off the book for a purpose - to mask criminality and venality - not simply because they were 'grossly negligent.'
Qua MM, it's that purpose - rather than mere 'negligence' - that the masses may respond to with pitchforks.

Jane

Bummer! My TV just broke. Anyone terribly impressed with theirs?

Miss Marple the Deplorable

By the way, someone pointed out to me on Twitter that the Fake News awards and the football game are in ATLANTA, home of CNN.

Rocco

I've read that this Q Anon is a liberal professor named Monty McGovern from the University of Washington and a big hoax.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

My son's friend has been working on the furnace. I think he is just about done - he and my daughter went to buy furnace filters and some electrical tape.

I am here in the bedroom with all 3 dogs to keep them from "supervising." I think they are starting to enjoy hiding out in here - like we are a den or something.

Miss Marple the Deplorable

Rocco,

Nothing would surprise me. Absolutely nothing, from Mueller being a white hat to the whole thing being a plot by the Pope.

Old Lurker

"from Mueller being a white hat to the whole thing being a plot by the Pope"

Both so far out at the ends of the Bell Curve as to have no measurable probability.

Miss Marple the Deplorable


Steven Bannon
‏ @SteveKBannon
5m5 minutes ago

Once again I regret not commenting before on the claimed quotes in the Wolff book. Don Trump jr is both a patriot and a good man who has stood by his father in his great work for our country. And I still stand by our president in his work to Make America Great Again. #MAGA
=========================================

Fine, except this took repeated trashing by the President and the removal of your financial backers before you apologized, Bannon.

I am not going to pay any further attention to this guy.

Jack is Back!

Jane,

Get a 4K HD LG or Samsung with at least 3 HDMI hookups so you can get off cable or reduce it to basic and go Roku, Apple or Fire TV. Best Buy can help you and have the best deals if you want a big screen.

Janet 🚬

that Clinton and the left went off the book for a purpose - to mask criminality and venality - not simply because they were 'grossly negligent.'

I think she should have to pay taxpayers back too for all the money, time, & effort that has gone into retrieving her emails.

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