Nasty Pieces of Work

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Crossfire Hurricane

Do yourself a favor and read Peter Van Buren’s article in The American Conservative. I was going to write a piece but he did a much better job than I would have done and hit all of the salient points. 

“The release of Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz’s report, which shows that the Democrats, media, and FBI lied about not interfering in an election, will be a historian’s marker for how a decent nation fooled itself into self-harm. Forget about foreigners influencing our elections; it was us.”

And lest you think that this is the only instance where the FBI set aside the law to frame innocent people, think again.  And like any virus, it will survive this ‘crisis’ and will continue to do what it has done again. Much of the FBI’s problem in this instance and others is that its culture creates this behavior.
The DC Swamp is real and it undermines the Constitution and the nation as a whole. The people’s choice of President Trump set its toxic nature into motion and the centerpiece of that is the FBI, and the swamp creatures who ran/run that organization. The squad who put together Crossfire Hurricane still work at the FBI and enjoy positions of honor, trust and profit. That tells you all that you need to know.
And In The Old Dominion

The Virginia legislature just drafted this for the police officers in that state who refuse to enforce gun control laws.
Total bitch move.
Legal emasculation doesn’t carry the same weight as actually cutting your balls off.
“Freedom’s just another word for nothing left to lose…”

(linkB. Any public safety employee of the Commonwealth, or of any county, city, town or other political subdivision thereof, or of any agency of any one of them, who, in concert with two or more other such employees, for the purpose of obstructing, impeding or suspending any activity or operation of his employing agency or any other governmental agency, strikes or willfully refuses to perform the duties of his employment shall, by such action, be deemed to have terminated his employment

I have further comments, but they don’t belong to the Internet. And I’m not a keyboard commando. But if the lawyers sitting as legislators in Richmond believe that they can subvert the Constitution, I think that they will rue the day. Jerking themselves off over this sort of mumbo jumbo will have unpleasant consequences for the progs.

Maybe it would be good for Bloomberg’s presidential image if he came to Virginia himself and started kicking doors. After all he helped pay for all of this.

Then there is the mainstream media and this thought came to mind regarding those people (bless their hearts):

36 thoughts on “Nasty Pieces of Work

  1. Draining that swamp is a tall order. The entrenched Deep State have tossed aside their entrenching tools, and have had to resort to using backhoes to continue entrenching themselves.

    Digging them out of their filthy holes will be a monumental job. I wonder if there will be a movement of some sort to go after them, maybe with the upcoming Durham thingy…

  2. Jalapenos on a ham sandwich is an LA thing. Nobody, and I mean NOBODY else would even consider such a move. The only thing that goes on a ham sandwich (pre-indictment) is white bread (no wheat), real mayonnaise (not Miracle Whip) and thinly sliced Polish Krakus ham (not Sara Lee), and some ice berg lettuce (not romaine). Maybe a slice of tomato if you are feeling bold….

    But jalapenos? Nah.

  3. What about adding a slice of cheese to your ham sandwich? I swear you are picky. No wonder Aunt Sally sits you down and puts the defrosted food on the plate in front of you and scrutinizes you as you eat.

  4. You speak from a wealth of experience. My contribution? A high school classmate became an FBI Agent and made it a career. He was the nastiest, cowardly, piece of shit one could imagine. To me he always represented the FBI and my few encounters with the FBI over the years only reinforced that opinion. None of them was lacking in self esteem.

  5. If I get this straight, and I'm thankfully not a lawyer, the US Constitution replaces any law below it (state level) that contradicts the US constitution, so the 2A should be the law of the land. Then Virginia's state constitution has their own equivalent of the Bill of Rights and their own version of the 2A. Article 1 section 13.

    So confiscation is violation of both constitutions, and their solution is to make it illegal for anyone to oppose them.

    This sure sounds like it's going to end in "extremely ugly."

  6. yeah gov blackface is truly an idiot, upping the ante again and infuriating folks that were mad already. what's next? few citizens know that they have bills to increase funding and open new prisons for all the 2a offenders they expect.

  7. The ATC article condenses the major shady game trail these seditious arrogant SOB's generated. Their plan was simple, protect everyone involved by projecting their activities onto Trump and his team no matter how they trample the Constitution in the process. And they are still selling their spray-painted crap as gold nuggets.

    Gulliani let out a few tweets of his investigation findings (exactly why the Dems are preemptively smearing his activity), all related to Biden money laundering through Ukraine. Gee, no surprise there. And a pile of these cretins were in on the scheme, including the Obama's who managed to waltz away with $147mil (by some peoples figuring.)

    Cockroaches thrive in the dark, shine a light and they run for the corners to hide. This entire last 3+ years shows what evil-doing scumbags will do to maintain that which they have become accustomed, even (or maybe more so) at the highest levels of our government. Last night the Lefty Dem's continued their nefarious activity while most people were home watching a Hallmark movie, most who are oblivious to the continued scamming of America.

    May the ruinous Dem's all rot in Hell. Better yet, maybe God will bring back a little real-time smiting, at least in that case there would be no way the little pile of carbonized human remains could be mistaken as a suicide.

    On a lighter note, saw "Ford vs. Ferrari" yesterday. Amazing film, an absolute must see, it is exceptionally well done. "Midway" is next.

  8. Looks like the response in Virginia is that when you screw up and are called out, double down. I suppose the National Guard will replace all those fired police officers, at least until they get the SA formed. Time to go get some more popcorn.

  9. The FBI is very proud of itself. Even after it was demonstrated evidentially that they orchestrated a coup to remove a duly elected president by manufacturing probable cause.

  10. My sense is that the US Supreme Court will consider some case before the July deadline wherein the matter will be addressed, clarified and the Second Amendment will be affirmed. Or it will get very ugly.

  11. They'd need to build a lot of prisons, but anything that can be built by man, can be torn down by man (roughly attributed to Gen. George S. Patton). "Fixed fortifications are monuments to the stupidity of man."

  12. If President Trump federalizes the Virginia National Guard and orders them to stand down, that ends that threat to liberty. All they'd have remaining are the Quizlings in the Virginia State Police to do their bidding.

  13. OK, a slice of cheese is fine. Cheddar. From Wisconsin. Or Oregon if it's Tillamook medium cheddar. No Velveeta, or any other kind of cheese not from Wisconsin or Oregon.

    Now, about this picky thing….

  14. Fredd, Fredd, Fredd…

    Good ham with swiss cheese and mustard on pumpernickel bread.

    Or ham and swiss cheese and mustard with lettuce on white bread.

    Or ham and swiss cheese with mustard, mayo and pickle slices on white bread (hot pressed or cold.)

    Diversity in ham sammiches is our strength!

  15. Interesting law there, Virginia.

    So does violating the Constitution of Virginia as a legislator count for termination? Be funny if it did.

    But those that make the laws never seem to be held to the laws, does it?

    Virginia… fun times are coming, aren't they?

  16. Yep, Bloomie 'bought' Virginia, now what coach? Can't legally use the NG, LEOs are going hell no, and you get s**t like this from the 'lawmakers' that will be safely AWAY from any actual consequences of their actions… Gah…

  17. That Virginia legislature sure is doing a lot of posturing. Seems a bit odd that a bunch of politicians wouldn't be paying attention to the folks that may or may not re-elect them…unless they think that they won't need to worry about re-election. Where's the money trail lead?

  18. Not sure that "lawmakers will be safely away" unless they're out of the country if they pass any of these as law…

  19. I'm sure that Virginia legislators exempt themselves from firearms laws the same as California legislators do. It's an elitist thing.

  20. It's a sticky wicket for those who want to seize firearms based on a flimsy, unconstitutional state statute.

  21. The federal government paid a lot of money to train a lot of people to do a lot of things. Many live in Virginia.

  22. Good! They ought to be terrified….scumbags need to start being held accountable for their scumbaggery.

  23. These guys are gonna reap the "Corbyn Effect".
    Pushed it too far and it's gonna snap back in their face.

  24. True.

    Spam should be fried.

    Also, one of the peak ham sandwiches is ham, onions, mayo.
    Should be ham carved off a ham, roughly – not deli ham (although much deli ham is a good, if different, thing).

    I'm not a fan of white bread, unless it is Italian, or French, or at least something crusty with a little texture. Although being able to crush the whole loaf into something the size of a BB is funny.

  25. I expect it's mostly talk, and littel action.

    Seems to me that the Virginia government is unlikely to have the balls (or vast, insane recklessness) to try general confiscation. Instead, I think they will probably just use the new laws to pile on to people picked up for other things, at least in the medium term. This way, they can let it sit until (they hope) it eventually becomes "normalized" and they can start being pushy.

    By that time, unconstitutionality will likely have been confirmed.


  26. You are all right, and I am profoundly wrong. I could scarf on ALL of the previously thought to be sacrilegious abominations of my haloed and precious pure ham sandwich.

    I stand corrected, and have going forward forever more ammended my evil and obtuse ways.


    Fredd the Penitent

  27. Your sincere repentance is heartwarming. I put my hands on my computer and I can feel the warmth of your sincerity.

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