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January 12, 2019



Foist? Or nearly?


At least there's no doubt about whose side the FBI and DOJ are on.


Shorter FBI, "We're doing this for your own good."




That’s a lot of 4D underwater tiddlywinks TM.


Two things make me smile this morning:

Hillary is not President
The government is shut down
Paul Ryan is not who we are.

Wait, Three things... ;)

Another Bob

The whole thing is horsesh!t. If they gave one damn about Russian influence, it would have been about Hillary’s connections to Russian influence.


Facebook that used to be Muellers client, did they know of Jonathan Morgan new technology socks.



4 of the 8 starting quarterbacks are from Texas.


If this was a real counter intelligence operation, Hillary and her cohorts, Podesta,Obama,Clapper,Brennan,Lynch Comey, all would have been thoroughly investigated.
They were not .
Ergo this whole article is a bunch of hooey!


Wittes is derp state, one would think his statements ee the Comey memo would be some kind of fraud.


Fab post, TM!


ABob is exactly right


Reagan's farewell address, thirty years ago today:



We're seeing a bloodbath of layoffs throughout China tech.

I'm hearing 1/4 to 1/3 of the workforce at a number of firms.




Tom R

Bringing this over from the last thread since it is pertinent to TM’s post.

The NY Times article (which seems to have been triggered by the leak of the transcripts of Lisa Page’s testimony) about the DOJ and FBI opening up an investigation into Trump over concerns he was an agent of Russia moves the needle to almost fully pointing to “Rosenstein is a White Hat” .

A few weeks back there was discussion on this (and IIRC CH said that Jack Straw over at AoS said the same thing) that the main reason Rosenstein appointed Mueller SC was to protect Trump from McCabe who was leading the bogus investigation. If Rosenstein was a Black Hat he would have just allowed McCabe, Strzok, Page and everyone else part of the Obama criminal cabal to continue on with the bogus investigation.


The rain has paused for a couple days. I'm sure kk and DrJ join me in rejoicing ...


Um no, Tom r, it points to Rosenstein being lead mole, and he handed over the surveillance to herr mueller.

As I've said I have read many thrillers and this is one of the worst it's like the multiple script writers on the original mission impossible film

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posted in the midst of new thread starting.

Hola, Tom R:

"If Rosenstein was a Black Hat he would have just allowed McCabe, Strzok, Page and everyone else part of the Obama criminal cabal to continue on with the bogus investigation."

not necessarily so. let's take a different look.

if appointing Mueller as SC was designed to centralize CONTROL of investigative process (witholding evidence, burying evidence, etc. which is Mueller's historical pattern), then removing the investigating authority and perogatives from McCabe--- even removing him entirely from the FBI--- Rosenstein increased the power AGAINST the President.

to the public, removing McCabe shielded Rosenstein and Mueller from "the bad apples run amok."

McCabe crapped the bed.

something had to be done to minimize risk and exposure after Comey was torched.

in the wake of McCabe's failed schemes, and subsequent revelations, the cabal needed to centralize its investigative power and cork the FBI under Wray, going forward.

Rosenstein was the prime mover in this entire Special Counsel debacle, even to the point of acting unconstitutionally. that was HIS action.

His motive? WGARA?

i am now of the firm opinion that Mueller's investigation is a sandbagging operation to fortify their coverup of many different cabal directed activities.

further, once Mueller has released his report, and the US AG gains access to all work product, the administration will have a fighting chance to reverse engineer- in detail- what the investigation was hiding from the American people by not investigating the obvious (Steele and related players).

i am of this opinion because what we learned from Nixonian folly was the crime isn't the crisis (although these under Obama are devastating!) making incident--- it is the coverup.

the enemy is making a big big mistake in broad daylight. Trump is not interrupting that. this isn't 4D--- it's the art of war.

fire away.

Hope you're feeling rested and renewed, Tom R. Most of all, that you're full of piss and vinegar for the fights ahead!





Michael (fpa P4F) Stop the WitchHunt-Stop the Coup

So I post late. I hope the JOMers who read the overnight stuff find my links useful also.
Posted by: jim nj | January 12, 2019 at 03:37 AM

jim nj - Thanks for the stories and links you post on your overnight visits. They are invariably interesting and useful, and I very much enjoy reading them.

You and Jim,SunnyvaleCA have both been sharing some great stuff of late - so please consider this a much-overdue thank you.

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indeed, JimNorCal! having a nice sunny window here at the moment before the rain returns.

breakfast on the deck. Anya has her leash on, anticipating a 5 dog pack walk with Mrs Kid and Auntie "Kristen" (has 3 dawgs). i think it's an 8 miler.

loving this weather pattern. it's like the old days here. rain all winter. fill those reservoirs. nothing more disappointing than a wet November and half December--- then nothing til the following fall!



His farewell address prompted looking for his Alzheimer's letter, five years later. My bolding:

Nov. 5, 1994

My Fellow Americans,

I have recently been told that I am one of the millions of Americans who will be afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease.

Upon learning this news, Nancy and I had to decide whether as private citizens we would keep this a private matter or whether we would make this news known in a public way.

In the past Nancy suffered from breast cancer and I had my cancer surgeries. We found through our open disclosures we were able to raise public awareness. We were happy that as a result many more people underwent testing.

They were treated in early stages and able to return to normal, healthy lives.

So now, we feel it is important to share it with you. In opening our hearts, we hope this might promote greater awareness of this condition. Perhaps it will encourage a clearer understanding of the individuals and families who are affected by it.

At the moment I feel just fine. I intend to live the remainder of the years God gives me on this earth doing the things I have always done. I will continue to share life's journey with my beloved Nancy and my family. I plan to enjoy the great outdoors and stay in touch with my friends and supporters.

Unfortunately, as Alzheimer's Disease progresses, the family often bears a heavy burden. I only wish there was some way I could spare Nancy from this painful experience. When the time comes I am confident that with your help she will face it with faith and courage.

In closing let me thank you, the American people for giving me the great honor of allowing me to serve as your President. When the Lord calls me home, whenever that may be, I will leave with the greatest love for this country of ours and eternal optimism for its future.

I now begin the journey that will lead me into the sunset of my life. I know that for America there will always be a bright dawn ahead.

Thank you, my friends. May God always bless you.


Ronald Reagan



Look here! The AP is COLLUDING with CNN!

Brian Stelter
‏Verified account @brianstelter

At first @KUSInews "accused CNN of rejecting an appearance by one of its reporters for political reasons." But now the news director is conceding "he didn't really know why the network turned him down," the AP's @dbauder reports.

‏Verified account @KUSINews

KUSI stands by our original story.

Tom R

Um no, Tom r, it points to Rosenstein being lead mole, and he handed over the surveillance to herr mueller.

Your point is countered by the fact if you are correct, then that means Trump is an idiot for allowing someone he appointed to be DAG to continue keeping his job for months despite all the evidence that Rosenstein is a Black Hat conspiring with Mueller to destroy him.

I think we now know what the main topic of the conversation was when Mueller and Rosenstein met with Trump the day before Mueller was appointed SC.


From D @01:52

"Ergo this whole article is a bunch of hooey!"

Absolutely! D gets it right again. None of those criminals have been investigated.

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To what degree will the appointment of Deputy AG Rosenstein's replacement be a battle royal?

To what degree will the Deputy appointment influence the new AG and how he functions or dysfunctions?

i'd like to see a flame/bulletproof fighter in that Deputy's position. protect the AG and go after the cover-up left behind by Rosenstein et al.

up til now, two things stand out to me: 1) the Hyena Media-Propaganda Machine has focused on 24.7 destruction of the President's credibility; 2) Mueller's investigation has turned up precious little of much while his $50 million legal team buries and conceals evidence.

even if the evidence is unsealed and revealed before the 2020 election, the HMPM's handiwork will have managed to make POTUS look like a raving lunatic, similar to how they made him look over "wiretaps."

i have no idea what the WH's legal options will be at the point where Mueller hangs up his investigation.


Texas Sheriff @AndyLouderback was asked, “is the crisis at the border manufactured?”

Watch his epic beat down of those who say it’s not!

SHOCKING: llegal aliens have been charged with 539 murders in the last 7 years in Texas alone.pic.twitter.com/4Yr9lMMGNr

— 𝕄𝔸𝔾𝔸🇺🇸🅟🅐🅣🅡🅘🅞🅣🇺🇸𝕊𝕋𝔼𝕍𝔼™️ (@RealMAGASteve) January 12, 2019

Video interview at the link.


No Tom r, you are incorrect.

Trump couldn't have known that Rosenstein was directing the surveillance against him.


Tom R, binary logic as you present it does not apply here. None of us know the options available to the President. Trump holds a Constitutional office constrained be co-equal branches. He is not a dictator. Many more variables apply. I offer that Trump has little power with too few allies explains RR’s continued employment over “Trump must be a dumbass to allow” style straw man logic.


Of particular interest to New Jersey residents:

Senator Bob Menendez having conference on border crisis with “colleague” on the beach in Puerto Rico, three weeks into #DemocratShutdown pic.twitter.com/1Vqp3u8QUO

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 12, 2019

Photo evidence at the link.



Ronna McDaniel

There is ANOTHER new caravan forming that will soon be headed toward the United States.

While Nancy Pelosi and Chuck Schumer refuse to acknowledge the national security and humanitarian crisis at our southern border, @realDonaldTrump is committed to addressing it.


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i haven't seen any evidence that soon-to-be former Deputy AG Rosenstein has been granted full immunity from prosecution once he leaves office.


We need to build a tunnel that goes from the border to Nancy's house.


He damn well better not get any immunity!

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going forward the President must choose his battles wisely.

there are many. after all, he's the President.

but here are two that present a crucial choice:

1. Restore the integrity of the US Justice System (DOJ); and,

2. Prosecute the key members of the Obama/Clinton cartel and hang them.

the key to numero uno, as i see it, is unlocking the Mueller cover-up. prosecute and clean house. restore faith in the DOJ as an institution. hire and fire; force Mitch's hand in the Senate to get all appointments done or face a coup against his leadership.

the key to numero two, as i see it, is to have a DOJ unbeholden to the cartel. no ifs, ands, or buts. then spend unlimited amounts of money hauling the players before grand juries, litigate against them (for decades if need be), ruin them financially IN THE NAME of Justice, and convict them.

and if the cartel players die before it's all said and done, then they die under a cloud, beleaguered, and broke. the survivors? the rest of their miserably shortened lives will be spent in prizzin.

restoring the Justice Department requires letting Mueller finish his coverup. even the perfect crime committed by the most astute criminal leaves one seemingly irrelevant clue or scrap of evidence behind. how perfect is Mueller?

Trump wins battles before they are fought. if he aspires to winning #2 he sets the table by winning #1 during his two-term presidency.

he'll also succeed in destroying what's left of the Social Democrat Party.

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okay. breakfast is officially over. that's enough out of me lest i PO the JOM gods.

glad not to be living in Snowland today. the flu is gone. my lungs are clear enough to take a deep breath of this stunning seaside air.

Kev out.


MM, @brianstelter twisted what @AP reported.

AP quoted KUSI: "It's certainly plausible that they didn't want it for the viewpoint, or they just didn't want it," he said. "Both are plausible conclusions. I made one rather than the other."

In other words, Moar Stelter #fakenews with #cowbell.



Michael (fpa P4F) Stop the WitchHunt-Stop the Coup

Katie Hill was a superstar last summer after Democrats nominated her to face Republican Congressman Steve Knight. The Guardian called her "America's most millennial candidate." And she won.
(Before): "Hill, D-Agua Dulce, said the only way to end the two-week-old shutdown is ... to support a House-passed budget resolution that doesn’t include the border-wall funding Trump wants."
(After): ... [Friday], five days later, Hill changed sides ... "I mean, I will definitely... I will vote for some money for physical barriers." So no wall. Just physical barriers.
Posted by: Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA | January 12, 2019 at 04:57 AM

Iirc, on Thursday, Katie Hill accused Pres. Trump of "political terrorism" wrt his handling of the shutdown and demands for a border wall. By Friday, she had changed her mind and was now stating she would vote for some kind of 'physical barriers.'

She must have caught some significant blowback over her 'terrorism' comments. Enough to do an about-face and cave on her opposition. I hope that this is a portent of many others Dims caving soon, too.

She won her seat in a staunchly conservative district in the Santa Clarita Valley, just north of Los Angeles, that had *never* elected a Dem to that office. I am still trying to understand how she was able to do that . . . money should not have been a big enough difference maker.

And the tweet that henry posted by Charlie Kirk of TPUSA re voter fraud in California is disturbing. It makes me wonder if the Dems pulled off a Philly-level or a Chicago-level amount of voter fraud in CA this past election.


IMO, you should have to wonder. Of course they did.

Captain Hate

In fairness to AP, Stelter is a complete ignoramus.

Captain Hate

And a liar.


Thread about that belt buckle that President Trump received in Texas:


Tom R

Trump couldn't have known that Rosenstein was directing the surveillance against him.

You are moving the goalposts. Rosenstein had absolutely nothing to do with the surveillance of Trump by the Obama administration during the campaign. Trump learned Obama was spying on him before Rosenstein was even appointed DAG.

The FBI's Russian collusion investigation also started under Obama. This NY Times article is talking about a second investigation led by McCabe that didn't start until after Comey was fired. This one went beyond Russian collusion and was alleging Trump was an active agent of Russian and a traitor to his country.

Fortunately Rosenstein thwarted McCabe by appointing Mueller as SC. I will bet anyone here a 6 pack of beer that when Rosenstein and Mueller met with Trump for the FBI Director "job interview" the topic of discussion were all of the actions of the Obama criminal cabal against Trump. Trump has known from the outset Mueller was appointed SC to protect him from McCabe and the rest of the Obama cabal still at the DOJ/FBI.

I offer that Trump has little power with too few allies explains RR’s continued employment over “Trump must be a dumbass to allow” style straw man logic.

If a few JOMers without access to all the inside information are smart enough to have figured out RR is a Black Hat and trying to destroy Trump then Trump is an idiot if he himself hasn't figure it out yet. It doesn't matter how many allies Trump has or not. Allowing a traitor to remain employed knowing he is actively trying to destroy you is beyond stupid.


TomR, you proved Trump is beyond stupid. The Rear Admiral has a cabin for you on the Lido Deck.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--In the Great State of Texas, between 2011 & 2018, there were a total of 292,000 crimes by illegal aliens, 539 murders, 32,000 assaults, 3,426 sexual assaults and 3000 weapons charges. Democrats come back!--

How many sexual assaults did Romaine lettuce commit in Texas?



Fast forward past the introduction by Kevin Spacey. It's a comedy routine by Harvey Korman and Tim Conway. I had forgotten how funny those guys are!

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

--None of us know the options available to the President....I offer that Trump has little power with too few allies explains RR’s continued employment over “Trump must be a dumbass to allow” style straw man logic.--

Well, we know he has the option of firing a deputy AG who is trying to hound him from office.
Even the weenie GOP Senate could approve someone less malignant than Rosenstein if he truly was a black hat trying to stage a coup.
If RR truly is a black hat and Trump didn't fire him Trump is an idiot.
Trump clearly isn't an idiot, ergo...

Michael (fpa P4F) Stop the WitchHunt-Stop the Coup

I know some here don't like Megyn, but you gotta love that she took NBC to the cleaners for her full contract of $69 million.
Posted by: jim nj | January 12, 2019 at 02:20 AM

I don't care much for Megyn - I think she failed to do the right thing when given the chance - and I think she ultimately destroyed her own career chances.

But . . . at least *she tried* to honestly earn her money from NBC - even if they were no longer willing to participate.

Gretchen Carlson, however, the mostly talent-less, self-absorbed former beauty queen at Fox News Channel with terrible ratings, took a $20 million settlement from Fox News/NewsCorp after claiming that Roger Ailes harassed and discriminated against her. Despite the fact that Ailes gave her a prime slot, a whole hour for a show of her own at 2 P.M. Eastern.

I don't condone *any* harassment or discrimination, but her accounts of Ailes' reputed conduct were pretty lame - not of the nature or duration of what most people consider harassment.

And Ms. Carlson has been preening around the broadcast networks ever since, holding herself out as some paragon of virtue and sacrifice, relentlessly fighting against those terrible, oppressive men.


It’s impossible to express how much I love these two! pic.twitter.com/ad6F3b4nBj

— James Woods (@RealJamesWoods) January 12, 2019

Great dog act video at the link - about 1 1/2 minutes. I LOVE Border collies!


Iggy, the MSM / RINOs have been protecting RR. Firing him is equivalent to firing Mueller. Further, as far a replacing such a weenie was easy, why is the backlog of appointees so large 2 years into his term?

Trump not firing RR is no proof he wears any hat color at all.


This one is not so great but I hope it turns into a series. I really like the visual of Blitzer as Baghdad Bob.

Tom R

If RR truly is a black hat and Trump didn't fire him Trump is an idiot.
Trump clearly isn't an idiot, ergo...

Glad to see someone else understands the simple logic of it. I'm also having a hard time believing that Trump's closest advisors like GEN Kelly, Pompeo, Kushner, Stephen Miller etc didn't tell Trump in private that Rosenstein was trying to destroy him and needed to be fired. Did Rosenstein the Black Hat dupe them too?

Captain Hate

Continuing to argue about this when there's no tangible evidence of anything happening other than tweets doesn't reflect well on DJT and he surely knows this.

Michael (fpa P4F) Stop the WitchHunt-Stop the Coup

If anyone understands this cartoon, [from Powerline's TWiP] pls explain:
a line of people holding plates in front of a red-draped table with food
no line for neighboring table with punch bowl
Posted by: Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA | January 12, 2019 at 05:44 AM

Might be the "No punch line" mentioned earlier, but . . .

Maybe the punch bowl contains Kool-Aid™, and the other line is for the meat/main entree?

Shows that people aren't willing to drink the Kool-Aid™ any more, and are completely lined up for some meat/red meat that is more fulfilling?

Tom R

Continuing to argue about this when there's no tangible evidence of anything happening other than tweets doesn't reflect well on DJT and he surely knows this.

Should your point be interpreted to mean Trump not only knows there is tangible evidence of the crimes of the Obama cabal but he also knows things are going on behind the scene to bring them to justice?


The “no evidence” is evidence arguments feed my popcorn addiction. :)


Dan Bongino
‏Verified account @dbongino
2h2 hours ago

The NY Times “bombshell” should’ve read:
BREAKING: Hard Evidence Emerges That The FBI Used Political Misinformation To Target Trump

Michael (fpa P4F) Stop the WitchHunt-Stop the Coup

- - - - and - - - -
"Not so rare, and not so strange are husbands who can't hear wives."

"I can point you to many husbands whose wives have this affliction."
"Truthfully, that knife cuts both ways."

Geez, I thought that was the universally-recognized "Spousal-induced hearing loss syndrome." :>)


i am now of the firm opinion that Mueller's investigation is a sandbagging operation to fortify their coverup of many different cabal directed activities.

Posted by: Kevlar Kid | January 12, 2019 at 02:12 PM

It feels like they turned the Post Hoc Fallacy into a Mission Statement: Trump won therefore there was Russian Collusion let's indict some folks.


Michael, on that hearing loss thing. There is a mid to high range that goes first, along with ability to distinguish speech from Charlie Brown adult muted brass noises. I went to the hardware store to get a new kettle, when I checked out I could see the clerk was talking. But heard no noise. I asked her to speak in a higher or lower pitch than normal. Once she did, she assumed her Australian accent confused me. I explained her accent was fine, I have relatives in Perth. Just the pitch of her voice is a dead spot that even hearing aids can’t fix.


How many sexual assaults did Romaine lettuce commit in Texas?

Posted by: The Infamous Ignatz | January 12, 2019 at 03:34 PM

If any did you can thank Antonin Scalia.


The potential that Trump is working on behalf of Russia, therefore, by definition posits some kind of corrupt secret relationship. That is to say, it’s an investigation into whether Trump is a Russian asset.



Gosh, I just got the "no punch line" joke. Slow, slow of mind!




kinda early to get started with the kjom hour, but late enough for beer ... and mostly because he smow started at about 2:30 and isn't expected to stop until tomorrow and no way in hell am i going to go anywhere.

great content TM.


L’Elite voit tout
LA POLICE à foncé dans la foule avec des camionnettes à Strasbourg. Une explication @CCastaner ? #GiletsJaunes #ActeIX #Strasbourg @davduf

Two trucks drove into, how you say, yellow jacket protesters.


Tom R

There is an ongoing narrative being promoted that Horowitz/Huber have not even interviewed anyone regarding the crimes (ex. FISA abuse, spying on Trump, etc) committed by the Obama cabal. The pundits (ex. Paul Sperry, Sundance) promoting this narrative are typically pro-Trump pundits. Sperry himself has said he has spoken with some of the people who Horowitz/Huber should have already interviewed and they say they have not been contacted yet.

The list of people I think Horowitz/Huber should have interviewed for a legit investigation into the crime of the Obama cabal are Lynch, Comey, McCabe, Brennan, Clapper, Strzok, Page, Priestap, Bruce Ohr and Nellie Ohr. That is just a few names off the top of my head.

What has me scratching my head is why any of these members of the Obama criminal cabal would agree to an interview with a conservative writer like Paul Sperry. Would any of them publicly admit to anyone they were under criminal investigation before any indictments were issued?

If I am correct that Paul Sperry has not interviewed any of these Obama cabal members, how would he know whether Horowitz/Huber has or hasn't interviewed them?


It is my opinion that the democrats thought they had the 2016 election in the bag because of vote fraud and corruption.

One of two things happened:

1. People in military intelligence caught wind of it and messed up their efforts.


2. Trump was insanely popular and they didn't cheat enough to overcome his support.

It also could be both.

This is why they got hysterical. They are trying to explain to people like Tom Steyer, George Soros, and others why they threw all their money down a rat hole.


>>>Gosh, I just got the "no punch line" joke. Slow, slow of mind!

Posted by: Catsmeat | January 12, 2019 at 04:33 PM<<<

hate to admit it, but i'm still not really getting it ...


Good afternoon! rich,the snow has started? You're in NoVa? Just wondering,because the daughter is in Kansas City,where it is still snowing. Her flight to D.C. is tomorrow morning. :(


Yellow Jacket Protesters vs French Jim Acosta Rouen, Normandy


>>>Trump won therefore there was Russian Collusion ...<<<

think that about sums it up.

Chiefs up early.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

-- Firing him is equivalent to firing Mueller.--

That's presumably because of RR oversseing Mueller. If I'm not mistaken RR is no longer overseeing Mueller; hence firing the no good, backstabbing, black hat RR would cost nothing.
And if the Senate doesn't approve a replacement Trump can name an acting one for a pretty long stretch, which is certainly better than Orange Julius Caesar continuing to employ et tu Brute.

I think it does give us a pretty good indication that RR's hat is, at worst, a self serving grey.


On hearing stuff:

I once had a helpdesk ticket concerning a crt monitor.

It was producing an annoying, high pitched sound.

I went investigated and found nothing. Closed the ticket.

It was immediately reopened by the original author.

I went back with another guy. He heard nothing. Exasperated, I turned around and said 'What exactly is the issue?'

The complainant, a female pharmacist, said 'Quit ignoring my issue. Everyone here can hear it.' I turned around and every else in the room, all female, had their arms diaspprovingly folded across the their chest and were nodding their heads in a most negative manner.

I called over to the IT office and asked for my one female employee to come over. She arrive and confirmed the issue.

I then ordered my first flat screen monitor. About 15" and $500. It solved the issue.

To this day, at work or at home, I just go ahead and spend the money when females complain to me about something that doesn't really exist.


Posted by: Marlene | January 12, 2019 at 04:42 PM

well i'm still on one of the offramps of the Capital Beltway ... she'll get delayed if she is expecting to fly in tomorrow morning (supposed to be on-and-off to tomorrow afternoon).



Snow is still falling. Amazed native Tennessean is out with camera crews photographing the snow and snowplows.

We now have about 6 inches of snow, give or take.

This is a far cry from the Blizzard of 78, but I figure most of these news people weren't born then.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

On the personal front a little good news; while going through my difficulties I stupidly sold several custom guns I had made stocks for that were pretty special.
For whatever I reason I put pics of them in a slideshow for my screensaver awhile back. Seeing them night after night made me realize what a dope I had been so I contacted the guys I'd sold them to. Managed to get back the three most important ones with the best stocks. Two still in question, and I will have to correct a bit of goofiness the previous guys inflicted but at least I have them back. Would like to leave them to Little Ig some day.


Posted by: bubarooni | January 12, 2019 at 04:46 PM

haha ...


Thanks rich. Her flight out of KC is at 8:30 tomorrow morning,doesn't look good.


RR may not be Trump’s biggest problem, so he can fester along with Mueller as long as both go away before 2020 campaigns heat up.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Just read TM's link to Mirengoff.
I still find him worth reading. He has slowly moved to the Trump side of things and whatever continued skepticism toward Trump he has makes his disgust with and criticism of Trump's enemies all the more credible and convincing.


About 5 inches of snow here in Beautiful Bloomington, IN.

I was hoping for the light, fluffy stuff I could use the leaf blower on. Turns out to be the wet, heavy stuff. I've shoveled what had to be shoveled to get outta the driveway and won't do that anymore till the snowing is done in the morning.

In the meantime, I've retired to the garage where I'm watching the Colts get beat.

If this keeps up I may reconsider my boycott of NFL sh*t.

Ignatz Ratzkiwatzki

Ah, the good old days when they stopped playing football in January and the halftime show was 15 minutes of a college marching band.

On this date: Jan. 12, 1969, Joe Namath and the Jets defeated the Colts 16-7 to win Super Bowl III.



‏Verified account @WTHRcom
4m4 minutes ago

The Chiefs running game is working at the Colts. Kansas City goes up 14-0.


sorry colts fans ...


If I am correct that Paul Sperry has not interviewed any of these Obama cabal members, how would he know whether Horowitz/Huber has or hasn't interviewed them?

That's a good point. Apparently Sperry and others think that Horowitz and Huber should have interviewed people who could provide evidence against the cabal, which seems logical. I'm under the impression that these types of investigations start with people like that, and end with interviews of the perps themselves, after all the evidence is in hand.

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Governor Gavin Newsome is a climate change ostrich courting financial disaster in the wake of California wildfire disasters. Thanks "Moonbeam."

Trump is Right on Cali Disaster Relief Funding

Newsome doesn't know wtf he's doing in every area of policy. The lunatics continue to run the asylum.


>>>some of which hit the US press before the election<<<

and some of that dirt, paid for by the Clinton Coven, ended up as probable cause for at least the Carter Page FISA warrant ...


Ha,just got a text from the daughter. Her flight to D.C. is cancelled already.


It's hit and miss with that guy, Ig.


Posted by: Extraneus | January 12, 2019 at 05:10 PM

their job is to find the loose threads and snip them off ... i have zero confidence that anything is being done to ensure the coup plotters will be punished, so therefore, they'll win next time.

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The junior Senator from CA and the senile serpent senior Senator from the same, along with Da Nang Dick have demonstrated their economic illiteracy for all to see.

Kamala Harris is a monkey with a machine gun.

Make Rent Affordable By Forcing Rents Higher or Something


Kev, that YouTube monkey with the AK is a classic! :)


Death By Everyday Objects:


Another Bob

Mahomes now favoring a knee.


Kev, on reading your link it fits the pattern:

Medicare for all
Free college for all
Free money for all (universal basic income)
Section 8 housing subsidies for all

aka nothing but the elites and slaves. HG Wells Time Machine movie predicted this.

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And the Democrat Job Machine marches on:

"A coalition of nonprofits led by Jewish Family Service of San Diego, Catholic Charities, the ACLU Foundation of San Diego & Imperial Counties, SEIU Local 221 and the San Diego Organizing Project have provided temporary shelter and meals to over 4,500 people, primarily women and children.

Most of the refugees helped by the ad-hoc San Diego Rapid Response Network are housed for just 24 to 48 hours until travel arrangements can be made.

In a visit to the Otay Mesa Immigration Detention Center in November, Newsom said the state needed to exert more effort to support recently arrived immigrants, who often lack proper support networks and can end up homeless in areas like San Diego and Imperial counties."

Link says $5 million--- the guv's budget allocates $25 million.


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