Free at Last – Friday

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Bullet Points:

* The US Navy is adding 225 more political officers next year. It’s good to have oversight, isn’t it?

* FJB loves you long time.

* From CW at the Daily Timewaster – From the pull of the trigger, roughly 24 seconds elapsed before forward spotters heard the telltale plunk of a 422-grain copper bullet piercing the thin metal target.

The shooter was 4.4 miles away, a distance so great, the Earth’s rotation came into play.

* Chinese Spying – encouraged by the Brandon regime. (link)

Chinese scientists working in the U.S., even those who have become U.S. citizens or permanent residents, routinely receive funding from the Chinese government and collaborate with scientists in Communist China, including scientists from the People’s Liberation Army, all while receiving U.S. taxpayer-funded research grants from the National Institutes of Health and other federal government agencies.

* Why isn’t Hunter Biden in Prison? According to the New York Times, Hunter paid an outstanding $1 million IRS tax bill in 2021 to evade conviction or a long sentence.

“It’s a felony,” Issa said about the allegedly overdue tax bill. “And usually, at best, you get to pay compensation and plead to a crime in lieu of maybe going to jail. That’s not the case [with Hunter Biden],” Issa continued. “He appears as though he’s getting a free pass, and just paying now what he should have paid years ago.”

* Rep. James Comer (R-KY) went on with John Solomon from Just the News on RAV on Thursday. Rep. Comer recently obtained new documents that show Hunter and Joe Biden were working to sell American natural gas and drilling assets to Communist China. The Brandon regime has no public response except that Rep. Comer might throw himself from a window (Moscow rules).

* Fat Leonard Found – SAN DIEGO — “Fat Leonard,” the Malaysian defense contractor who orchestrated one of the largest bribery scandals in U.S. military history, has been arrested in Venezuela after fleeing the U.S. on the eve of his sentencing, authorities said Wednesday.

The international manhunt for Leonard Glenn Francis ended with his arrest by Venezuelan authorities Tuesday morning at the Caracas airport as he was about to board an airplane for another country, the U.S. Marshals Service said.  He was on his way to Russia to seek asylum. The food in Russia isn’t that plentiful. He would have ended up as Thin Leonard.

Now he can be sent to California – He’s a big guy – lots of compost.

* MOSCOW – The 300,000 new conscripts being raised by the Russian Army will not be receiving front-line equipment.

They will have to content themselves with older equipment from the reserve army marshaling yards. Much of it has not been serviced or maintained. Still, the recruits and their officers will be expected to do their best with what they have in the glorious patriotic fight ahead.

17 thoughts on “Free at Last – Friday

  1. In a time when we can’t meet enlisted recruiting goals, can’t find enough pilots, are short sub and surface warfare officers it is good that we will have plenty of political officers to make sure everyone that is working double shifts is politically correct.

    69 tries to hit that target but still quite a shot.

    Fat Leonard. I am surprised he was found. Must have forgotten to bribe someone.

    Russian Troops. Doesn’t it seem as if this is the next step in an escalation to a much larger war? Putin seems to be taking it to prepare his country for a full scale mobilization maybe next spring/summer.

    Hunter Biden. Being one of the anointed ones of course he won’t go to prison. We need to stay in our place and not even consider things like that. Now that the left has populated a majority of the judgeships and prosecutors in the blue states we can look for things like this to continue for decades.

    1. The Wagner Group (doomed troops) soldiers recruited from prisons have a 30-day orientation before being sent into combat. How much training do they need to be issued a uniform, an empty Mosin Nagant (WW2 vintage), and be shot full of drugs for a bayonet charge?

  2. Whatever happened to, “Save the Rodina! For the Motherland!” This ain’t Stalin’s Russia I guess. Paper tiger at best.

  3. Prevention officers… One wonders how much power/influence they will have, and how much authority. Re Fat Leonard, nice catch! Now the question is, can they extradite him???

    1. The Venezuelans will find a way to PNG him. After all, team Brandon is accepting all of their most violent prisoners as “refugees” in need of asylum and a free ObamaPhone.

  4. What is the Navy’s equivalent to the SP 4 mafia? I doubt those 225 political officers will enjoy their service.

      1. Commissars traditionally enjoyed torturing and wielding power. Orwell said that the reason for torture is torture.

          1. Army specific as I remember and what my son told me. Officers careers live or die on efficiency reports. Enlisted swine, with nefarious intent, can find many creative ways to ensure a less than stellar efficiency report. NCOs can be afflicted with blindness on occasions.

            An example. On a road march that is familiar and LT Obnoxious gives directions everyone knows is incorrect. “Yes Sir! We turn here if you say so”. Two klicks later you reach a dead end. Twenty or so cumbersome trucks, several pulling trailers, now need to back up those two klicks. Schedule? Oops. Lt Obnoxious gets a radio call from “6”. Squirm, m….. f……

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