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August 14, 2020

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Jack Lillywhite

Howdy!

henry

Embiggening Day?

Dave (in MA)

Barr said there'd be a "development" in Rooskiegate today.

Tick-tock? I won't hold my breath.

Captain Hate

An agreement between Israel and UAE isn't big?

Momto2


From last night
Robert Trump seems to think so
Robert Trump
@UncleRobTrump
Tomorrow... you won’t believe what is coming.
1:39 AM · Aug 14

Extraneus

Britons Threatened with up to £3k Fine for Not Wearing Masks

henry

CH, that was yesterday.

sbwaters

Tomorrow... you won’t believe what is coming.

It could be krakken and I’d still believe it.

henry

Thread. (I don’t think this swamp ruling is what John Trump was expecting)

@harrisoncramer

BREAKING: Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf (and Ken Cucinelli) are ineligible to be serving in their current roles because they were appointed illegally, the GAO rules.

https://twitter.com/harrisoncramer/status/1294267501514240000?s=21

henry

Or Robert Trump either

Captain Hate

Time for some firings with cause from the GAO.

GUS

So in Britain, you can riot loot and burn and not be charged, but not wearing a mask is BAD.

There is good news. I heard Doctor Jill Snifferoni, and Fraudski, were seen at the SCIENCE STORE, buying boxes and boxes of beekers.
FRAUDSKI is a FULL COMMIE CELEBRETARD.
JILL SNIFFERONI is one HELL of a DOCTOR.

peter

Speaking of frauds, I just found out that when the lady on Romper Room took out that magnifying glass at the end she really did not see the kids watching.

Dave (in MA)
@UncleRobTrump Tomorrow... you won’t believe what is coming.
Hidden in a Friday afternoon/evening news dump?
Extraneus
Meanwhile, in Sweden, epidemiologist Anders Tegnell has said there is no need for Swedes to wear masks. The public health official claimed the evidence that face coverings stop the virus’s spread is “astonishingly weak”.

“The findings that have been produced through [the use of] facemasks are astonishingly weak, even though so many people around the world wear them,” Dr Tegnell told German tabloid Bild, in comments reported by The Times on Monday.

“I’m surprised that we don’t have more or better studies showing what effect masks actually have. Countries such as Spain and Belgium have made their populations wear masks, but their infection numbers have still risen. The belief that masks can solve our problem is in any case very dangerous,” he said.

GUS

I was in therapy for months when I found that out Peter. WE WERE LIED TO.

Thomas Collins

What's happening? Oh, only the biggest diplomatic breakthrough in the Middle East since the Carter/Sadat/Begin deal, which breakthrough, albeit not being totally ignored, is not being emphasized as much as it merits, even on non-prog web sites. That's all that is happening. The deal will have reverberations continuing well after COVID-19 passes from the scene and we have another pandemic to deal with (hopefully in a manner that doesn't shut down the economy again).

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Pfft. I spent two weeks looking for peep holes and scared to go potty...

Dave (in MA)

https://twitter.com/MZHemingway/status/1294272326356422656
Haven't watched, but she was almost certainly triggered by POTUS calling her a "ditzy airhead".

s/"calling her a"/"pointing out that she's a"/

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Former Vice President Joe Biden, replete with a serious history of plagiarism as noted here in The New York Times in 1987 – quoting my younger self in the Reagan White House who nailed him on plagiarizing from Bobby Kennedy – is at it again.

Said Joe:

“We can define America simply in one word: “Possibilities.” Possibilities. Let me say it again; possibilities. That’s America.”

Ken, one of the crack speechwriters for President Reagan, knew exactly where he had heard this talk of America and possibilities before. It was September 3, 1984, where the President was speaking at a Reagan–Bush campaign rally in Fountain Valley, California. Said Reagan:

“Now, we’ve heard what others have offered to the American people today, in this year. They have said that America is nothing if it isn’t promises. Well, America isn’t about promises; it never has been. America is about promise. It’s about possibility.

Recall that 1987 – a full 33 years ago – was when Joe Biden was running his first race for president. The campaign of Democratic rival Governor Michael Dukakis revealed that Biden had been plagiarizing from British Labor Party leader Neil Kinnock.

Thomas Collins

See, Stephanie, Biden still has his copycat fastball. Who sez he's losing his mind!?

Jane

Both my feet just got destroyed by fireants! They are 10-x worse than the pandemic! I am pissed!

Dave (in MA)

Holy crap, Jane.

Jane

Did Barr's news come out yet? Any idea on the time?

MissMarple2

Dave,

I clicked over for a minute, and it is is every lie the dens have told about Trump: racism, porn stars, children in cages, etc. etc.

She is nuttier than a fruitcake, as my mother used to say.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

Ouch, Jane. Soak em in some apple cider vinegar. Seriously.

Cold compresses. Hydrocortizone cream and an antihistimine stat!!!

Dave (in MA)

This was yesterday,


    Richard Grenell@RichardGrenell
    ·
    We are happy to announce that the leaders of Kosovo and Serbia will meet at the White House for a negotiation on September 2.

    @realDonaldTrump @robertcobrien @WHNSC

Captain Hate

Speaking of frauds, I just found out that when the lady on Romper Room took out that magnifying glass at the end she really did not see the kids watching.

Nonsense. The magic mirror worked in mysterious ways.

Captain Hate

Low IQ Meeka has done her part to Make Homewrecking Great Again.

peter

For a letter to the editor of my local liberal rag, does anyone have any sources about AFFH, other than the excellent articles Stanley Kurtz wrote on NR, and Kurtz' appearance on Mark Levin's show? Kurtz seems to be the only one doing any digging into this stealth Obama policy, which fortunately Trump stopped. AFFH flipped Westchester County here in New York from Republican to Dem!

rse

henry--

The European Union has long been a trendsetter in privacy regulation. Its General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and stringent antitrust laws have inspired new legislation around the world. For decades, the EU has codified protections on personal data and fought against what it viewed as commercial exploitation of private information, proudly positioning its regulations in contrast to the light-touch privacy policies in the United States.

The new European data governance strategy (pdf) takes a fundamentally different approach. With it, the EU will become an active player in facilitating the use and monetization of its citizens’ personal data. Unveiled by the European Commission in February 2020, the strategy outlines policy measures and investments to be rolled out in the next five years.

This new strategy represents a radical shift in the EU’s focus, from protecting individual privacy to promoting data sharing as a civic duty. Specifically, it will create a pan-European market for personal data through a mechanism called a data trust. A data trust is a steward that manages people’s data on their behalf and has fiduciary duties toward its clients.

The EU’s new plan considers personal data to be a key asset for Europe. However, this approach raises some questions. First, the EU’s intent to profit from the personal data it collects puts European governments in a weak position to regulate the industry. Second, the improper use of data trusts can actually deprive citizens of their rights to their own data.

August 11 MIT Technology Review article

clarice

https://pjmedia.com/instapundit/393914/

Insty on the UAE deal

James D.

Rse @ 11:07

Just when I think I can’t possibly be more appalled by something you unearth...

rse

More--

When put into practice, the EU’s Trusts Project will likely change the privacy landscape on a global scale. Unfortunately, however, this new approach won’t necessarily give European citizens more privacy or control over their information. It is not yet clear what model of trusts the project will pursue, but the policies do not currently provide any way for citizens to opt out.

At a recent congressional antitrust hearing in the United States, four major platform companies publicly recognized the use of surveillance technologies, market manipulation, and forceful acquisitions to dominate the data economy. The single most important lesson from these revelations is that companies that trade in personal data cannot be trusted to store and manage it. Decoupling personal information from the platforms’ infrastructure would be a decisive step toward curbing their monopoly power. This can be done through data stewardship.

Ideally, the Trusts Project would show the world a more equitable way to capture and distribute the true value of personal data. There’s still time to deliver on that promise.

This would go a long way towards creating a managed cybernetic society, which the LMS in education is only a small, but crucial, part of.

https://ec.europa.eu/info/sites/info/files/communication-european-strategy-data-19feb2020_en.pdf is the pdf.

peter--

Someone else has been writing about it, insisting that Kurtz is mistaken (he's not). Will take me a bit of time to recall which of the myriad sources I read on a given day is what you are looking for.

James D.

The way the UAS-Israel deal came to light - as big news, without months of salesmanship and posturing about how something YUGE is coming soon (in #twoweeks, maybe), is what I want with the matter of justice against the coup plotters.

I don’t want any more cryptic tweets and 8D chess strategizing and all the rest of the crap from people who want to garner a few more clicks and sell some more ad space on their websites. Haven’t these people ever heard of “under promise and over deliver” ?

MissMarple2

https://threadreaderapp.com/thread/1294069927654182912.html

Thread about why this guy began to distrust the MSM and is supporting Trump.

Momto2

He was posting on Twitter only 9 hours ago. Hope he is ok!

https://6abc.com/robert-trump-brother-hospitalized-donald-trumps/6370476/

MissMarple2

Got a text that the President's brother is in the hospital, ICU, very ill. He is going to visit him later today.

Threadkiller
Acting DHS Secretary Chad Wolf (and Ken Cucinelli) are ineligible to be serving in their current roles because they were appointed illegally, the GAO rules.
What I am reading about this indicates that the GAO is correct. What I cannot find is GAO issuing an opinion on Noel Canning during Gaylord’s reign.

When Odumbo appointed Sharon Block, Richard Griffin, and Terence Flynn to run the NLRB their “recess appointments ” were called into question and SCOTUS ultimately weighed in in a 9-0 decision on Noel Canning.

Because recess appointments made during a recess that was shorter than ten days have been so historically rare, the Court held that ten days was the appropriate presumptive lower limit to place on the exercise of the Clause. The Court also held that the Clause applies to vacancies that occur during a recess as well as those that originally occur before a recess but continue to exist at the time of the recess. Although a plain reading of the Clause does not require such an interpretation, the historical context of the wording favors the more broad reading because a vacancy can be considered a continuing state.

https://www.oyez.org/cases/2013/12-1281

Hopefully there is a multidimensional aspect to the GAO announcement being on the same day as the Senate starts their recess giving the administration a way to clean up this potential mess by making SCOTUS approved appointments galore.

rse

So following a think tank initiative of aei I watch because of its ties to the organized False Narrative hatched in 2011 around the Common Core I get this push--

f we are going to overcome the challenges that we face as a country, we need to do so together. We must acknowledge the simultaneous dignity and imperfection of every person (including ourselves). We need to bring our deeply held convictions to the table, but also think about the pursuit of truth and the common good as a collaborative process that also requires listening and learning on our part. In a democratic society, this fundamental posture is a prerequisite for our life together.

jimmyk

Anyone feeling down or pessimistic should probably not read this piece by Andrew McCarthy.

Barr has taken pains in testimony and speeches to distinguish abuses of power, which our system is designed to address politically, from crimes, which are the subject of court prosecution. Specifically with respect to spying that chills political activity and dissent, he notes that “it doesn’t necessarily have to result in a criminal investigation or a finding of a crime”; but it is critical to have accountability so that “safeguards [can be] built in” to protect civil liberties in the future.

Barr has signaled that his approach to addressing this abuse may be a narrative report. In lieu of criminal charges, the Justice Department would detail the Russiagate abuses chapter-and-verse. The report would be comprehensive because the investigative authority of prosecutors is more robust than that of an inspector general, and more focused than that of Congress.

https://www.nationalreview.com/magazine/2020/08/24/barrs-dilemma-how-to-get-politics-out-of-the-justice-department/#slide-1

How does a report amount to accountability?

He reminds us of this:

Barr recalled his esteemed predecessor’s admonition against an American degeneration into “a banana republic, putting political opponents in jail for offenses committed in a political setting. Even if they are criminal offenses, it’s something we just don’t do here.”

What do you mean by "we", Mr. Barr? Democrats do it with relish, as we've seen with the prosecutions of Flynn, Manafort, and Stone, not to mention the impeachment of President Trump on plainly bogus charges.

I hope McCarthy's just projecting, but I fear he may be right.

rse

Peter--

This is not what I remembered but is on point with your query.

https://thefederalist.com/2020/08/13/how-bidens-housing-plans-would-destroy-americas-suburbs/

Texas Liberty Gal

Made the mistake of going to Drudge. Good Lord

clarice

CLinesmith to plead guilty to making false statement.

AP's frosting on the story:https://apnews.com/597c27d6642dcedae79838fa6cf5497a

Captain Hate

Former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith expected to plead guilty to altering Carter Page evidence to support FISA warrant.

Story broke by
@adamgoldmanNYT
Posted by: JackStraw

The Infamous Ignatz

IngSoc is green with envy over the portrayal of the EU nationalization and commodification of its subjects' personal data as done on their behalf.

James D.

Barr recalled his esteemed predecessor’s admonition against an American degeneration into “a banana republic, putting political opponents in jail for offenses committed in a political setting. Even if they are criminal offenses, it’s something we just don’t do here.”

Pardon my language, but that's just absolutely fucking insane.

That statement is a blanket license for elected officials to commit any crimes they like, without any fear of repercussions. There might be a faster way to completely destroy the rule of law, but I can't think of one offhand.

peter

Thanks, rse. How amazing that such a powerful and potentially devastating regulation is hardly even known about by the public were it not for the yeoman efforts of little-known (and mild-mannered)college professor Stanley Kurtz. Years ago I read "Radical In Chief" by Kurtz outlining all of Obama's radical links before he came onto the national scene. Unfortunately I disposed of the book. It is now out of print and hard to find. (and costly! my instincts as a book dealer are pretty bad.)

cathyf
She has permanent lung damage from having had H1N1.

She likely is ALIVE today because of that ventilator!
Her lungs would have worms crawling through them if it weren't for the ventilator. :-)


Sure— my point is that this young woman, who was in her early 20s when she got the flu and almost died in 2009-10, puts a lie to all sorts of things that he karens are screeching about in 2020.

1) The CCPv is novel. Look, K. was in her early-20s in 2009, and she got the flu, and she had an extremely unlikely and extremely unlucky reaction to it. Yes, people get sick, and sometimes very sick, and sometimes it comes totally unexpectedly. But that's because bad unlikely events do happen, and have always happened.

2) Normal human interaction is horribly dangerous. K is a hair stylist, and in 2009 she was working in the large salon attached to a large cosmetology school. She was cutting hair before she got sick, and if she infected anyone during the time between when she was infected and when she got really sick, none of those people got particularly sick. In 2020, she got the CCPv from family members at a kid birthday party. The only reason that she and the other family members all knew that they were infected is that we are testing everyone now, even though the vast majority have truly trivial symptoms. Her sister who appears to be the index case (and was totally asymptomatic through the whole thing) also cuts hair, and did not infect anyone whose hair she cut.

3) Because a few people are very sick, everyone's lives have to stop. In 2009-2010, K was truly terribly sick for months and came very close to dying. Yet the world kept turning, and we all were allowed to live our lives — with lots of prayers for her of course — while the doctors and nurses and respiratory therapists did their things and saved her life.

Somebody recently quoted Dalrymple on political correctness:

“Political correctness is communist propaganda writ small. In my study of communist societies, I came to the conclusion that the purpose of communist propaganda was not to persuade or convince, not to inform, but to humiliate; and therefore, the less it corresponded to reality the better. When people are forced to remain silent when they are being told the most obvious lies, or even worse when they are forced to repeat the lies themselves, they lose once and for all their sense of probity. To assent to obvious lies is in some small way to become evil oneself. One's standing to resist anything is thus eroded, and even destroyed. A society of emasculated liars is easy to control. I think if you examine political correctness, it has the same effect and is intended to.”
This insight about humiliation and guilt as a form of social control is key: The lie that we are being forced to assent to in 2020 is that fricking breathing is a crime against humanity.

Look, have I breathed on people and gotten them sick? Of course I have! Have I gotten sick because people breathed on me? Of course I have! I personally am one of the unlucky ones who got a normally trivial respiratory-spread virus -- Fifth Disease in my case -- that caused serious symptoms then and lifetime damage. Does the world owe me anything? Of course not! A bunch of people passed along a virus that made me sick in 2008 and a bunch of people passed along a virus that made K sick in 2009. Are any of those people guilty of anything? Should the world have stopped turning because somebody might get sick? Of course not!

The fascist revolutionaries in our midst are clearly trying to establish a new world order where we are all supposed to feel guilty for breathing, and they alone have the privilege of absolving us of our guilt but only if we do the penance they demand of us.

Captain Hate

Made the mistake of going to Drudge.

You can edit your bookmarks because there's no indication the insanity will cure itself.

MissMarple2

https://twitter.com/julie_kelly2/status/1294266033549844480

Julie Kelly says Biden isn't out of the woods yet on the Ukraine scandal.

Captain Hate

The AP has outdone itself in adding mealy mouthed qualifiers to a story it hated to factually report.

Davod

Grooming should be the word of the year. It's not just for those reprehensible people in the UK training young girls to be sex slaves. It applies to what is happening in the USA.

Porchlight

Barr said himself that the development today wouldn't be a bombshell so please don't blame him when it isn't.

Also learned this morning via "Next Door" that there are places called digital camp classrooms.

This is basically what in-person "school" will be for my kids. The kids go to the classroom (in small numbers), open up their laptops, and watch the teacher "teach" from home. An aide manages the classroom.

It sucks but I still think the structure is better than them lying on their beds looking at their phones all day. Or playing Fortnite. I'm tired of being the taskmaster, and I have to go back (physically) to work myself.

Porchlight

Don't ever go to Drudge. He's a complete sell out and it's a waste of time and sanity.

MissMarple2

This was taken tonight in one of the parking garages used by @txglo and other state agencies in downtown Austin, the same night the City of Austin voted to cut $150 million from @Austin_Police. The need for police funding is as clear as ever. This is a dangerous path to go down. pic.twitter.com/UJ0vZsfh0M

— George P. Bush (@georgepbush) August 14, 2020

A Bush actually did a public service in getting this video (At link) on Twitter. Note all of the broken car windows!

PORCH! You be careful!

ccgirl

It’s Clinesmith - the fbi agent who changed the wording about Carter P. See foxnews.com.

ccgirl

Porch, I hope school works out.

I just fought with Simmons because even though they are not allowing my daughter to be on campus they are charging a health center fee. It’s reduced, but still something close to $375. It’s for telehealth. Grrr. I will pay but I let them know it will be under duress. Luckily they already give us a very good scholarship so I can’t complain too much.

Narciso


Quelle surprise


https://mobile.twitter.com/alanagoodman/status/1294282193221685256

The Infamous Ignatz

Heh.
Obama Horrified As Trump Undoes His Years Of Hard Work Bombing The Middle East

The Infamous Ignatz

Democrats Warn That American People May Tamper With Next Election

ccgirl

Miss M - what’s going on there? All the same model cars?

Back to dull paperwork!

Old Lurker

Jimmy "...should probably not read this piece by Andrew McCarthy."

That was as far as I needed to go.

He and JoeDeG both.

Davod

"Former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith expected to plead guilty to altering Carter Page evidence to support FISA warrant. Story broke by @adamgoldmanNYT Posted by: JackStraw"

A plea deal for falsifying information supporting a FISA app.

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
10m
I have directed @stevenmnuchin1
to get ready to send direct payments ($3,400 for family of four) to all Americans. DEMOCRATS ARE HOLDING THIS UP!

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
18m
Everybody does phony books on Donald Trump and Republicans, just like the Fake Dossier, which turned out to be a total fraud perpetrated by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the DNC...

...The Bob Woodward book will be a FAKE, as always, just as many of the others have been. But, believe it or not, lately I’ve been getting lots of GREAT books!

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
18m
I have done more for WOMEN than just about any President in HISTORY! As we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of women’s voting rights, we should build a BEAUTIFUL STATUE in Washington D.C. to honor the many brave women who made this possible for our GREAT COUNTRY...

...Congress should send me H.R.473 ASAP and make this happen! It will INSPIRE all women to continue being bold and brave in achieving their DREAMS!

Captain Hate

what’s going on there? All the same model cars?

If it's a state agency it was probably a fleet purchase.

Porchlight

I know someone who works in the TX General Land Office (the office of the garage where that video was taken and that George P. Bush heads up as Railroad Commissioner). He's a super smart left-libertarian pot-smoking gun enthusiast. We agree on a lot, surprisingly. I'd love to get his take.

It's going to get worse before it gets better. Some encouraging news - a snap poll from one of the local stations showed 87% disapproval of the city council's defunding vote. These polls usually lean way left.

Porchlight

Yes, those are government vehicles which is why they are same model, similar plates and dusty.

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
15m
I am ready to have @USTreasury and @SBA send additional PPP payments to small businesses that have been hurt by the ChinaVirus. DEMOCRATS ARE HOLDING THIS UP!

Porchlight

ccgirl, telehealth is the newest money-saving "development" in health care. It's the Netflix option. They take your money and in return deliver even less care than they used to. It's good that you can get prescriptions without going into the office, but if you've got a problem that isn't easy to diagnose, you may not have a great outcome. I think students can benefit from it in many ways, but telehealth might also miss some serious issues.

MissMarple2

Donald J. Trump
@realDonaldTrump
·
17m
I am ready to send more money to States and Local governments to save jobs for Police, Fire Fighters, First Responders, and Teachers. DEMOCRATS ARE HOLDING THIS UP!

Melinda

Catherine Herridge
@CBS_Herridge
#Durham A source close to the matter confirms @CBSNews that former FBI lawyer Kevin Clinesmith is expected to plead guilty as part the investigation led by US Attorney John Durham into the origins of the FBI’s 2016 Russia probe. In December 2019, IG Horowitz found Clinesmith...

Catherine Herridge @CBS_Herridge
SCOOP: Declassified records from @DNI_Ratcliffe reveal FBI "counterintelligence + security briefing" to then-candidate Trump, @GenFlynn @GovChristie August 17, 2016 -- 17 days after FBI Russia probe "Crossfire Hurricane.” According to docs, this was run through Agents Strzok +

https://twitter.com/CBS_Herridge/status/1294310903060606976

Small thread.

Captain Hate

Porch,

Is that Bush the one who at least pretends to be kind of a MAGA person? My default position is don't trust anyone in that family but I guess there can be genetic outliers.

Melinda

Adan Salazar
@AdanSalazarWins
🚨🚨 Breaking: Police arrest Infowars Reporter @Millie__Weaver claiming a "grand jury has indicted her."

"I was literally about to break huge breaking news right now," Millie says.

https://twitter.com/AdanSalazarWins/status/1294310349773168640

Neo

I have friends who fled their beautiful Park Ave apartment for their weekend home in Connecticut at the beginning of tha pandemic. They say there is no reason to come back to New York City because there are “no museums, no theaters, and no restaurants”.

They are also using a pandemic borne regime of not traveling any distance further than whatever allows them to get back to their “clean bathroom”, a bathroom that they dare not share, even with their guests.

Momto2

a bathroom that they dare not share, even with their guests.

Surprised they even allow guests!

Old Lurker

"Surprised they even allow guests!"

Surprised anybody would even want to be their guests.

Stephanie Nene Not Your Normal Granma

I guess their shit don't stink.

Threadkiller
Q There are claims circulating on social media that Kamala Harris is not eligible to be -- to run for Vice President because she was an "anchor baby," I quote. Do you or can you definitively say whether or not Kamala Harris is eligible -- legal -- and meets the legal requirements to run as Vice President?

THE PRESIDENT: So, I just heard that. I heard it today that she doesn't meet the requirements. And, by the way, the lawyer that wrote that piece is a very highly qualified, very talented lawyer. I have no idea if that's right. I would've -- I would have assumed the Democrats would have checked that out before she gets chosen to run for Vice President.

Q (Inaudible.)

THE PRESIDENT: But that's a very serious -- you're saying that -- they're saying that she doesn't qualify because she wasn't born in this country?

Q She was.

Q No, she was born in this country, but her parents did not -- the claims say that her parents did not receive their permanent residence at that time.

THE PRESIDENT: Yeah, I don't know about it. I just heard about it. I'll take a look.

:-D

Captain Hate

Watching Tucker do a short segment on the Hinnant murder was revealing. He looked scared doing the segment. He did not say much. Instead he had some talking hairdo on to provide the details, while Tucker sat stone faced. The hairdo looked pained as he provided the details.

This story scares the hell out of our rulers. They can't spin it or blame the victim. They can't claim the black was justified because of white privilege. Worse yet, they know this story rips the mask off them and what they are up to. They are unleashing black violence on whites and they are doing it on purpose.

- Zman

lyle


I guess their shit don't stink.

Steph FTW!

Captain Hate

BREAKING:

9th circus rules ban on high capacity magazines Unconstitutional.

https://www.weaselzippers.us/454033-breaking-9th-circuit-court-rules-that-ban-on-ammo-magazines-over-10-rounds-is-unconstitutional/

Melinda

Whoa!

Darrel Jorstad
@darreljorstad
Scientists turn seawater into drinkable using sunlight in 30 minutes themazatlanpost.com/2020/08/14/sci… via @TheMazatlanPost

https://twitter.com/darreljorstad/status/1294292426673344513

https://themazatlanpost.com/2020/08/14/scientists-turn-seawater-into-drinkable-using-sunlight-in-30-minutes/

Melinda

DJT about to go live:

https://www.whitehouse.gov/live/

The Infamous Ignatz

That was a 3 judge panel of the 9th circuit.
We're used to the whole crazy shebang overruling the sane.

Dave (in MA)

I don't think Zman knows what the F he's talking about. Carlson handed it off to Leventhal for the report, who passed it back when he was done; you couldn't see Carlson either "scared" or "stone faced". https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2qLWo4Iv7Uc&feature=youtu.be&t=899

Leventhal is one of their main reporters, not "some hairdo". How's he supposed to look when reporting the vicious murder of a preschooler?

Threadkiller

They are unleashing black violence on whites and they are doing it on purpose.

This video from the 60s has been circulating at some of my haunts. It has current footage intermixed with the commentary from the speaker.


THE ONE VIDEO ANTIFA, BLM, FACEBOOK, & YOUTUBE DON'T WANT YOU TO SEE BECAUSE IT EXPLAINS EVERYTHING

ht tps://www.bitc hute.com/video/LvHkklCTzL2n/

YouTube put a BS age restriction on it, so I went with the bit chute version.

[Typepad ate my original post so I assume it is a video that is over target. I will break up the link to get it past the filter. Delete any spaces in the link after you copy it to an address bar and it will play]

Dave (in MA)

CH, how about High Magazine Clips and The Shoulder Thing That Goes Up, any ruling on those?

The Infamous Ignatz

From Mel's link;
--Water is a non-renewable resource, which, in a certain time, will be depleted on our planet, at least fresh water and that humans can consume.--

Interesting perspective. I wonder if, like the proverbial turkey, this person would drown looking up in a rainstorm.

Melinda

I know. The brilliantz is breathtaking.

Captain Hate

Yes that Carlson report looked normal to me too; thanks for linking it and debunking some crap I c&pd.

clarice

Any tweets today from Comey, Strzok, Lisa Page?

Melinda

TK-

I'm not giving one iota of a preview on this one, but ya gotta click:

https://twitter.com/TIMGOLDFINCH/status/1294328673206702080

Captain Hate

I keep waiting for Lake Erie to dry up since fresh water is non renewable.

Porchlight

Yes Cap'n, George P. Bush is the best of the lot, but still not to be fully trusted.

My folks spend a week in NYC for their anniversary every year in August. They're not going this year, mainly because there's nothing happening that they like to do (opera, theater, museums, restaurants), not because they're particularly worried about traveling or virus.

I wouldn't mind going to NYC when the temps cool off a bit. I can find stuff to do, even if it's just lots of walking I don't usually have the time for.

Dave (in MA)

CH, I can't debunk anything in the 2nd ¶ that you excerpted, but his description of TuCa sounded like projection.

Dave (in MA)

Yikes, Mel

Jim,SunnyvaleCA,USA

Fire season coming up here in CA.
Fires often lead to power blackouts which made me smile at this quip from Insty

Last week, India suffered two huge blackouts. Tuesday’s cut power to 370 million people; another one on Wednesday blacked out 670 million people, making it the worst blackout in the history of humanity.

Talking about this with a colleague, I said, “Don’t worry. That can’t happen here.” “Why not?” she asked. “Because we don’t have 670 million people,” I replied.

This wasn’t the comfort she was looking for.

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