The Ghost Of Alexander Butterfield

For reasons that no one can quite explain, the Democrats are once again roaring about impeachment. This time they are promising to have a meeting about holding a hearing on whether or not to start impeachment proceedings. For his part, Trump seems to be enjoying this more than usual. He gets to stand in front of the cameras and unload on the “fake news” and Joe Biden’s crooked son. This is his element. He is a man who likes to be in the middle of the whirlwind. He loves this stuff.

The core story here is a puzzle. The Democrats demanding impeachment are relying on someone pretending to be a whistle blower. This person cannot possibly have information damaging to Trump. There is a strong suspicion that this person is another menopausal nut like Blasey-Ford, the women who accused Brett Kavanaugh of being Jack the Ripper in another life. Given that the same team of lawyers behind that stink bomb were involved in the FBI plot, it’s a smart bet.

Of course, all of this is great political theater and that is the point of it. People get paid a lot of money to go on television and conjure complex four-dimensional strategies for why this is happening. No one in the Washington media knows anything that is not handed to them by someone in government, so they are left with reading those scripts or playing make believe. For a week or so, the impeachment show will be center stage, then the dogs will bark, but the caravan will move on.

As far as why the Democrats are stepping on this rake, the most likely answer is they need to make noise. Joe Biden is on video bragging about getting the Ukrainian prosecutor fired. That prosecutor was investigating a shady deal involving Biden’s shady kid and some other Democrat connected people. Screaming impeachment is a useful distraction. Biden gave a presser yesterday and the media largely ignored it, because they were told to focus on the Trump impeachment flap.

It’s important to remember that this is not about Trump or Biden. What this is about is the corruption that went on during the Obama years. We know, for example, that several Senators were colluding with the FBI plotters. While no smoking gun has been unearthed, it seems likely that Obama’s inner circle knew about the plot. Then there is the Clinton factor. No one really knows what she was auctioning off out of the State Department and no one wants the public to know about it either.

This is probably why Trump is grinning like a chimp over this Ukraine stuff. It’s another chance to bring that story into the sunlight. Trump has been trying to get the classified documents surrounding the FBI case released for a year now. His AG, Bill Barr, is sitting on them as the political establishment works to prevent the disclosure. The more the media and the Democrats demand documents and testimony from the Trump administration, the greater the odds of an Alexander Butterfield moment.

Alexander Butterfield was a White House staffer in the Nixon years. He revealed the existence of the White House taping system, during the Watergate investigation. It was his testimony that changed the nature of the scandal. Investigators suspected there was a recording system, but they had no way of knowing. In questioning Butterfield about another matter, he revealed that there was a taping system in the Oval Office and most important, everything was being taped. It was the turning point of the scandal.

There has always been speculation that the Butterfield story was not just serendipity, but that he was maneuvered into a position to make the revelation. The famous scene of Republican lawyer Fred Thompson questioning Butterfield during the televised hearing was completely staged. It was a made for television event that spelled the beginning of the end for Nixon. Soon, there were demands for the tapes and public opinion flipped against Nixon, who resigned the next year.

Theatrics aside, the lesson of the Butterfield story is that you never can know what will slither into the daylight once you start turning over rocks. The Trump administration is in possession of a lot of classified material related to the political corruption of the last administration. They can’t just dump it into the public domain. A big ugly political fight with the Democrats, heading into an election, is perfect cover for putting someone in front of Congress to accidentally on purpose say something important.

This is why Pelosi has no intention of holding formal impeachment proceedings. It’s far too risky to her party. She may be high on happy pills all day, but she is shrewd enough to know such a hearing would be very dangerous. Of course, this is why Trump seems to be daring the Democrats to open the hearings. It’s good politics, but it also creates the sort of atmosphere conducive to letting things slip into the public domain. Thanks to this Ukraine flap, we now know Biden’s political campaign is over.

The trouble for Pelosi and the Democrats is their media and back bench is staffed with the sorts of lunatics they have been courting for decades. The Washington press corps is full of hysterical females, convinced Trump will stuff their uterus with Bibles and sew their legs shut. The Democrat back benchers are cranks and dingbats like Ocasio-Cortez and Corey Booker. Keeping these loons from rushing into the minefield may prove impossible. Trump seems to think so, at least.


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Shrugger
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Shrugger

I almost never laugh out loud when reading, but this did it for me:

“The Washington press corps is full of hysterical females, convinced Trump will stuff their uterus with Bibles and sew their legs shut.”

John Smith
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I cackled like a loon over that one too. Our esteemed blog host RUINED music for me when he presented Girl Science, introduced by that Cindy Lauper tune. Every time I hear it I laugh or chuckle with thoughts of sexually disturbed xirls putting on pompous airs of intellectualism. I wanted to go see that Black Panther movie – but Z ruined that too with comparisons between Wakanda and Lagos On The Chesapeake. 🙂 The ability to laugh is one of the most formidable dissident weapons and ol’ Z wields it like a sabre. Might disagree a bit, though: Stretch… Read more »

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I wanted to go see that Black Panther movie – but Z ruined that too

The Zman’s work is having tangible, positive effects in the real world, then!

albert gadfly
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albert gadfly

The unchecked hordes of rampaging, toxic waste whores, should have their vaginas sewed shut. Ironically, the aloha snack-bars got that right.

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I’d be satisfied if we could sew their mouths shut. Feed them intravenously.

maxsnafu
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maxsnafu

Why feed them?

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So we can enjoy that look on their faces.

Bill_Mullins
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I am totally unable to see what effect sewing shut the vaginas of the “unchecked hordes of rampaging, toxic waste whores” would have. I wasn’t aware that most of them liked men enough to allow their vaginas to be used for their traditional purpose.

Carl B.
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Carl B.

That is without a doubt the quote of the year. Well done:

“The Washington press corps is full of hysterical females, convinced Trump will stuff their uterus with Bibles and sew their legs shut.”

Member

My wife hated that.

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

“The Washington press corps is full of hysterical females, convinced Trump will stuff their uterus with Bibles and sew their legs shut.”

Laissez les bons temps rouler!!

Z Man….Jeez Louise….laughed so hard, there goes the coffee again. You can turn a phrase and capture an image! That one goes down in history, man. Spot on! Saved this one for eternity.

Bibles where?! Ha! When the revolution comes, I know what I’ll do with some bibles!

3g4me
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3g4me

I trust you will school her, Sir!

Member

She shall be called to account, Sir!

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

(whispering: that’s Madam, Epiminondas. Sorry. ‘Scuse me, folks.)

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Yeah, that was definitely a great line! Damn near spilled my coffee.

Moran ya Simba
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Moran ya Simba

I was just gonna comment on that haha That produced today’s craziest mental image lol

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

I rather like “Keeping these loons from rushing into the minefield”, meself.

Hope it’s prophetic. On an old war reel someday, even.

Their commanders can give them plastic keys and tell them it’s a sure ticket to Paradise.

Member

The reason for this nonsense now is that the numbers after Trump’s UN speech must be in the astronomical range and they need to get people’s minds on Trump’s crimes, not his triumphs.

Roland Deschain
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Roland Deschain

Alleged crimes. More like imaginary crimes. All the crap the loonies are talking about are not crimes.

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I mean the key problem here is this people actually are insane. They know nothing except propaganda and are completely absorbed into their cult. And since we live in a unusually abundant World that is no way reflects how the majority of humans have lived for most of our existence reality is not going to smack them in the face unless there’s a total collapse. That’s what I think anyway. I’m not much fun at parties

WhereAreTheVikings
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WhereAreTheVikings

You would fit right in at my parties. If I had any.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Hahahaha! Dammit, girls

Stranger in a strange land
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Stranger in a strange land

It’d be fun to at least be a fly on the on the wall of any get togethers which you and Whitney might attend

WhereAreTheVikings
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WhereAreTheVikings

I have an idea for safe words, Doc: Louie Gohmert 2024.

Ayatollah Rockandrollah
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I echo the sentiment you’ve expressed to myself about a dozen times a day. When I say it to others, I usually get them pretty pissed off. But I keep at it, anyway. I don’t get invited to parties, either.

But they’ll all be invited to ours in a few years.

Dutch
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Dutch

In social situations, when people ask my opinions, I smile and say “you wouldn’t want to hear them”. The range of responses, pretty much all non-verbal, is informative and entertaining.

Sperg Adjacent
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Sperg Adjacent

If you really want to throw a grenade into a conversation, tell people that you don’t support Trump because he’s not right-wing enough.

Member

I used to do that with Bush II — and it was easy in his case. “Oh, yes, I agree. Bush is terrible. That miscreant should have been impeached for not vetoing McCain-Feingold when he admitted he knew it was unconstitutional.”

Leftist: “Wait, what?”

Christian Schulzke
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Christian Schulzke

I have done precisely that, and yes, it does cause people to look at you funny. The frustrating thing is when people automatically brand you a conservative and I have to explain to them the conservatives are way too cucked and Liberal for me.

Member

But they’ll all be invited to ours in a few years.

Not if I have anything to say about it.

Member

Ayatollah forgot to add, “…as the main course.”

3g4me
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3g4me

Presume parties with accessories like lampposts and ropes, some assembly required.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

3g4me: wheee! Halloween parties!
Lots of gho-o-osts!

The Babe
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The Babe

They know nothing except propaganda and are completely absorbed into their cult.

It’s like there’s a one-way mirror between us and them: we see them, but they only see themselves.

Ned2
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Ned2

“It’s like there’s a one-way mirror between us and them: we see them, but they only see themselves.”

A wonderful analogy. Hope you don’t mind if I borrow it.

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

Yes you are, Honey! Party on! Our parties have the best people!

Lineman
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Lineman

On that note RFF if I threw a party next spring would you or anyone else here come???We could call it a ZeeParty…

Brad
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Brad

In a heartbeat

Carrie
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Would the party be early enough in the spring so I could do some skiing too? I live in relatively the same range as Z man, so it requires a plane ticket

Lineman
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Lineman

Well I guess that would be one of those things that would have to be worked out…To early and those who would want to camp out couldn’t and good skiing ends around April depending on how the season goes…Lost Trail has awesome powder though so I understand wanting to get a taste😉 I wonder if we could get Z to come if all expenses were paid for?

3g4me
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3g4me

If we really arrange a Z gathering out in the Bitterroot, get planning now so I can start saving my pennies and telling my husband that’s what I want for my birthday/Christmas present. Sounds awesome!!!

Lineman
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Lineman

I will do it if there is enough interest in doing it…Was thinking sometime around the first part of May…

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

All depends on what kind of whisky is served…

Lineman
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Lineman

@Sam
Only the best Brother 😉

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

Lineman…..great idea! Grateful you’re on this side of the divide. Count me in and keep us posted, particularly how to communicate to you and the Z Montana party animals under cover of the night

Grandpa
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Grandpa

…ah, brother – there you are! I will be there. Might be on fire, but I’ll be there.

CAPT S
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CAPT S

There’s a farm for sale adjacent to mine. Please come be my neighbor; I’ll help you build a root cellar and show you the natural fields of fire.

Lineman
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Lineman

That’s the spirit Capt…That’s what we need to be doing is gathering together to build Communities…Are you anywhere close to the Bitterroot Valley by chance…

CAPT S
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CAPT S

No sir – I’m in the rolling hills of mid-TN. I’ve been through your area though … my sense is that MT, WY & ID are where civilization may be saved.

Lineman
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Lineman

I love TN and if I had to pick somewhere else that would be my number 1 choice…There is a lot of good people that live in TN and I would talk to Tom Baugh who wrote Starving the Monkeys who lives there and see if you can’t get something going…Oh also anytime you want to come visit I will buy you a steak…

CAPT S
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CAPT S

Lineman – roger on the steak. I’ll bring the George Dickel #12.

Mark Stoval
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Mark Stoval

Capt S

I am from the mountains of East Tennessee. I was forced to move to Florida to take care of my mother and I only rarely get to go home for a bit. Sad.

When the civil war comes again, the natives of Appalachia will hold the mountains against anything short of all out nuclear destruction.

CAPT S
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CAPT S

Mark – good on you for taking care of family – that comes first. Love east TN … I agree Appalachia is a great place to be. This is my land and these are my people so I can say this: I’m concerned that the combination of meth and fractured families are taking their toll on our native population. Our land is defensible (just look at the Chechens), but we need more men like our grandfathers and the hardscrabble Scots that bore them. A few years of hard times and we’ll have them back – survival is in our gene.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Wait, wait, with cross platform coordination, prepper aggregator sites, available, distributed locations like Bitterroot… this Fight Club thing could actally happen. All legit, out in the open, perfectly innocent. Just another church teaching field medicine and combat surgery, like churches in Bakersfield did under Bo Griddley. Dang, Capn S, you’re making this one remember some old, old dreams. I’d bootstrap from there to useful tech bases like thermal depolymerization. Our grandads built radios, hydro dams, and nuclear power from scrap, remember. Add in some whistleblower wikis, something aggregated to trace the legal forms and finance angles used by the professional… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

Alzaebo
Now we’re talking 👍

CAPT S
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CAPT S

Excellent! Thanks for the confirmation that we’re not alone in the struggle.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

An informal Alt-Seminar circuit.

For instance, the writer of “Defend Yourself!”, a self defense manual for women and women’s situations (rape, kidnapping, not chopsocky kung fu), had taught 30,000 students by the early 90s.

John Maudlin’s high-end investment conferences are all networking while fly-fishing or resort events.
John Williams (retirement planning, 80s) Wade Cook (internet trading, 90s) Home Depot on weekends (DIY).

Seminars, event planning, and informal conferencing classes are how white people spread knowledge so quickly and widely.

Why not use the early Christian model?
They only had to survive the Saduccees, Emperor Nero, and Atilla the Hun.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

What’s the largest Las Vegas event of every year? Second hand sellers. Guys with barns and warehouses of discarded, working equipment, tchotchkes, inventory. I’ve been in those barns and warehouses, nobody realizes how big it is. The professional seminar industry? Huge. Huge huge. Global. Churches? Everywhere, from ragtag to grandiose. They used to build hospitals, even. Produce farmers? That’s cold storage houses, co-ops, and market docks. They are their own exchanges. That’s four largely unseen second economies. Not black market, not at all, just quiet. Why not make our own quiet economy, and ignore the Theatre of the Crazies? No… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Sorry, but now I’m thinking of other aspects- Mexican networking, all-cash markets, ad hoc broker networks, and disruptor innovation.

Once you get away from Corporatism, you realise just how big the open terrain is, and how narrow and noisy the Crazy channel is.

Dangerous yet vulnerable as trapped badgers, and about as appealing.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Also, forgive the heavy overposting.
Lordy I’m too emotionally invested, and am trying really, really hard to tell myself to pay attention to work.

This is getting me into trouble.
Zman’s voodoo doll is working, it must look like a porcupine by now.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Shoot, I forgot Severian, his online class is about to go live. I’ll have to record it.

Too busy taking cartloads of litter from the street bums today, I might have two full loads to deliver to the garbage gas plant tonight.

We’ll top up the community tanks with their heating oil next week then, good, with enough so the farmers can back up their homegrown tractor fuel too.

Severian
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@Alzaebo, that’s news to me… is there another one of us out there? (I’m not so egotistical as to think I’m the only guy with the same dumb internet handle, but two of us in the same readership is interesting).

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

How much, down payment, etc?
(No specifics, please, but affordable range? Accessible?)

If I put a down, could crowdfunding create a prepper day camp? An ad hoc dissident college, like adult classes or night school?

Drop by, relax for a few, learn some necessary skills? “With fly fishing!”

CAPT S
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CAPT S

It’s 80+ acres with a house that adds a lot to the price tag – about $800K. About 90 mins to nearest big city/airport. However, most land in my area can be had for $3-4K/acre. I live on a creek with good fishing, and a spring-fed pond stocked with bluegills and smallmouth bass. One of the reasons I landed here was the abundance of fresh water. (Although it sucks to be a landlocked sailor far from salt water!) Your thoughts are spot-on. I think everyone stuck in progressive regions needs to have a get-out-of-dodge camp. The challenge with this though… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

Agree 100% I too live on a place like that but have trout in my pond and Creek😉…

Screwtape
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Screwtape

I’m looking to depart the urban bluetropolis for a setting like that. Don’t have the $800k, probably closer to $80k. Like the idea of MT and ID maybe SC but also TN or KY. Just need more research and perhaps some momentum toward economics that would survive the move. Would hate to settle only to be imprisoned again by the city politik like here in CO. I’ve grown quite tired of living in the soulless, atomized, rootless consumer zones. My neighbors here would turn me over to the Stasi for a slice of toast, with avocado of course. These cities… Read more »

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

The Ozarks, Sir. Good people, inexpensive land. Lots if water. Beautiful.

Da Booby
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Whitney. There’s a word for that (maybe there’s an app for that, too): decadence. As the late great Jacques Barzun said: “Decadence isn’t merely a value judgment; it’s an actual condition.” And it’s caused by the very things you mention: “an unusually abundant world that in no way reflects how the majority of humans have lived for most of our existence” When you think about it’s been a recurring problem going back to when we abandoned hunting-gathering for the abundance of agriculture. Reality eventually catches up with all decadent societies. It’s going to be interesting to see reality catch up… Read more »

Member

Decadence right. We’ve been here before, probably more times than we even know

rkb100100
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The Democrat attack dogs are off leash and want their masters seat at the table. For the Democrat establishment it’s a classic case of playing with fire and getting burned. You can only get so much use out of useful idiots before they wise up. The Soviets were smart enough to get rid of those people before before they became a problem. Their gulags were full of disenchanted zealots. The Democrats running the same kind of game don’t have that luxury. AOC, Antifa, the alphabet people and other loons in the party think it’s their turn to run everything. Pelosi… Read more »

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

More than a few of us around here that think that way

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

And us hayseeds then learn from you and Zman, crafty Byzantine rogues wise in the ways of court intrigue.

Adept readers of the tea leaves, as it were- AF.

Drake
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Drake

I kind of wonder if some of the Clinton crowd are using this to eliminate Joe Biden right now to clear the way for Harris or Warren. It gets rid of Biden and maybe some dirt sticks to Trump while both of them (probably) are at a safe distance.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

What frightens me is what happens when Florida or Texas (or Georgia or Arizona) flip blue and there’s nothing – nothing – to slow these people down. They will control the whip. The FBI will be fully in their control, and the agents will know that no GOP president will come in later to expose their corruption.

If you think the FBI is an enforcement wing of the Left now, just wait.

Member

The FBI was flipped after the Nixon fiasco. They’ve been getting steadily more vibrant ever since. At some point, they will become the Stasi.

Rod1963
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Rod1963

You’ve forgotten about Waco, Ruby Ridge, Olympic Park, framing innocent men for the Anthrax attacks, protecting Muslim terrorists, etc.

And what about their leadership committing sedition by trying to overthrow a sitting president.

Dude they already have shown to be enemies of the American people.

Ayatollah Rockandrollah
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Hoover had Hale Boggs’ plane disappear about a year after Boggs went after the FBI on the House floor. Gerry Ford and Nixon went around telling people Boggs was on booze and pills, and froze him out of House leadership meetings, even though he was part of it.

He was on the Warren Commission, hated Hoover, was tired of having his every word captured by FBI bugs, and decided to take them on. He was dispensed with.

They can’t get rid of us all, though, which is the only hope left.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

Maybe, but there was at least the potential – however remote – that a hostile administration could come in and clear house. Once the Dems gain the presidency forever, the FBI, the intelligence agencies, etc., will be staffed with POC and true believer whites and they will be promoted based on carrying out the anti-white agenda. There will be zero fear of retaliation and many rewards for coming after us. Right now, we mostly face Google, Facebook, etc. In the future, we’ll face the FBI, the IRS, the ATF, etc., as well Google, Facebook, the banks and the credit card… Read more »

Yves Vannes
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“We need to build groups while we still can.” That we haven’t is what seems most inexplicable to me. The endless attack on Western Civ and the acceleration of these attacks during the past decade should have resulted in millions of men up in arms. Yet most seem oblivious or disinterested. It isn’t just “bread and circuses ” and propaganda. We’ve gone to war over a lot less throughout most of our history. Dissidents aren’t gifted with special insights. All of this has become too obvious…yet most of our brethren do,say and most likely think nothing at all about the… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

@YV
The worse it gets the more people wake up I am starting to see an influx of people in my area that came because they see chaos and destruction coming and want to have the best chance of survival for them and their kids…I would say 80% of them don’t know anything about Zman or others they just see the writing on the wall…

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

That’s the other side of reality. The other side will grow stronger as it takes over the government. But it will also grow weaker as things start to deteriorate. Also, more and more whites will start to wake up.

I know that I sometimes sound like I believe all is lost. I don’t. We can win this thing. But let’s not kid ourselves at what’s coming and what needs to be done.

Yves Vannes
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I pray you’re both right.

Ned2
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Ned2

Same here Lineman. We’re in WY and there’s not enough real estate to satisfy demand.

Member

The same here in Kalispell.

Rogeru
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Rogeru

Yves Vannes said,
” It isn’t just “bread and circuses ” and propaganda. We’ve gone to war over a lot less throughout most of our history.”

We lack leaders IRL. No army marches without orders.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Oh sh*t. Oh sh*t. Oh sh*t.
That… that really, really, rings a bell.
Way too prophetic.

Ned2
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Ned2

But if we build groups, we become targets. I think it’s best to wait for the riots.

CAPT S
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CAPT S

Build groups only with those who understand OPSEC. Never associate with the big talkers. Unfortunately the doers are always harder to find than the talkers.

Donny Corleone
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Donny Corleone

Capt S, I saw your comment earlier in the thread. I am coming to Middle Tennessee during the middle of October to look at properties. Would like to be able to get in touch with you about the farm situation. I am absolutely serious about this. I must unass Georgia for my sanity and safety. We need to get in touch if at all possible.
Donny

CAPT S
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CAPT S

Donny – Would love to meet up. Mid-Oct is possible but I have an out of town teaching gig 16-25 Oct. Contact is gstowe@protonmail.com … I check that account 3-4 times/week.

Mid-TN is a great place – not perfect – but lots of pockets of sanity & safety.

kevinH
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kevinH

Never. You will be infiltrated by your fourth member. Count on it.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

kevinH, we’re talking canning vegetables, not torchlit marches.

kevinH
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kevinH

Capt S says…”Build groups only with those who understand OPSEC. Never associate with the big talkers. Unfortunately the doers are always harder to find than the talkers.”
Yves says..“We need to build groups while we still can.” That we haven’t is what seems most inexplicable to me. The endless attack on Western Civ and the acceleration of these attacks during the past decade should have resulted in millions of men up in arms.

Sounds like a canning group to me…

CAPT S
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CAPT S

Well here’s the thing … the groups are out there. But they’re not the Rotary Club. And if they’re on Facebook you don’t want to have any part of it. You have to network your way in through a solid friendship, and you have to prove yourself valuable to the group (i.e. skills & tools) and that you’re willing to put skin in the game. If you’re not finding the groups then you’ve got the wrong circle of friends. Go to your nearest VFW, but a few rounds, and LISTEN … you’ll find a group.

Screwtape
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Screwtape

The only limiting force of FBI corruption and leftoid agitation is their obsessive compulsive power struggle with the CIA and its domestic tentacles. Thanks to the dept of homeland security and national intelligence consolidation for the ‘war on terror’, the FBI-CIA axis of overt-covert power is completely untethered to maneuver across our dotted lines of fiat borders and jurisdictions to press their will. Toss in the private ‘muh free market’ surveillance and propaganda partners of the google/amazon/facebook properties and the run silent run deep ‘financial crimes’ powers of the DOJ and the noose of the cabal is around our necks… Read more »

thekrustykurmudgeon
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well yes but they have to wait for Thomas (and maybe Alito) to die or retire and then they can really go on a spree. On the other hand if either one of them retires under Trump – it adds another 5-10 years on the wait time.

CAPT S
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CAPT S

“Of course, all of this is great political theater and that is the point of it.” Impeachment proceedings will suck the little remaining oxygen out of the room. The things that matter, the things that are potentially destabilizing … well, Barr’s sitting on a lot of it, then there’s proxy wars and saber rattling w/ Iran, cascading consequences of crumbling empire, etc. Rarely do I meet someone who’s unsettled enough to do more than wring their hands over the big-picture stuff. Eating popcorn in the theater is entertaining; forging community and preparing for civil unrest isn’t. Another thing for those… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Bagdad Bob, meet Bagpipe Barr

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

I twice met a very old, retired CEO of a world-famous brand who was a personal friend of Nixon. As gracious and down to earth as could be, this high pajundrum was a regular joe, as good a joe as you get. During an Indiana snowstorm, the roads were closed, so State Senator Nixon and Pat ended up sharing a room at the small motel where our CEO and his wife were staying. Both couples were in their own cars, and that’s how things were done in the old days. The couples became fast friends. Nixon loved high school basketball;… Read more »

MemeWarVet
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MemeWarVet

Since the topic of Nixon came up; if any of you are in SoCal be sure to check out his favorite restaurant (El Adobe de Capistrano in San Juan Capistrano).

He and Pat’s table is still there and in regular use, and the food is legitimately awesome.

Lineman
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Lineman

Eating popcorn in the theater is entertaining; forging community and preparing for civil unrest isn’t.
That’s the truth but well worth it if we can pull it off…

CAPT S
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CAPT S

You’re right … actually I DO find this lifestyle entertaining. I used to bust my ass in the political arena, look back over my shoulder after a couple years of fighting the good fight, only to realize that my lasting contributions were few & far between. Working a homestead and forging community is bust-ass work too, but at the end of it the woodshed is stocked, the fences repaired, hay is in the barn, and the root cellar is full of canned goods, sweet potatoes, and winter squash. Winter is coming – time to sight in the rifles and get… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

@Capt…
Hell Yeah Brother that’s what I’m talking about and am doing the same with my boys and girl…

TomA
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TomA

It’s not just Pelosi and the Democrats who are running scared. The whole corrupt DC Deep State fraternity is on edge. Party affiliation is a contrived illusion used to fool voters into thinking there is an adversarial dichotomy keeping balance in the nation’s capitol, but the reality is that government is a living thing and it exists for it’s own ends. It’s survival is it’s highest imperative and when it gets desperate, it is both ruthless and murderous. There will be false flag operations. Be careful and do not fall victim to the next Ruby Ridge or Waco debacle.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Ethnic school shooting in 3… 2… 1…

No, belay that. Mosque shooting in 3…
Okay, gay bar in Florida…oops

Nope. Soccer field in…

Nah. Planned Parenthood conference…
“We need something with virtuous cat ladies here, Chuck!”

CAPT S
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CAPT S

“The whole corrupt DC Deep State fraternity is on edge.” Do you really think so? My sense is that they feel firmly in control. It appears reckless on the surface but these people are 1) not dummies, and 2) sophisticated sociopaths. The Deep State has the Democrats back, the Carnival-Barker-in-Chief has his red-to-the-roots people enthralled, the Romney/French faction are on their side, and they seem uber-confident in continuing Obama’s transformation of America. Looks to me like the Progressive/Globalist coalition KNOWS they’re going to win; for them it’s all a matter of timing. I agree that false flag ops & disinformation… Read more »

Sleepy
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Sleepy

Another possible reason for this theater is that the (supposedly) soon-to-be released IG report on Spygate FISA abuse will be damaging to the Obama administration and the Democrats, the Democrats know it, and they are providing the(ir) media with another story to cover so that the IG story can be ignored.

Member

Impeachment proceedings for Trump (while the great steaming pile of evidence points at Biden) is a natural outgrowth of the criminalization of politics.

After Texas and Florida are lost, our enemies will use the tools of government ever more boldly to destroy us–while making noise about how they are following the law. Right now they find using corporate proxies more convenient. Just wait until every pro-Legacy American group is outlawed in black letter law and speaking in support of Legacy Americans is legislated to be sedition.

Citizen of a Silly Country
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Citizen of a Silly Country

If you advocate for white identity groups – community groups, political organizations, clubs, business groups, etc., i.e. exactly what every other group already has – you will be labeled a “white supremacist” and thus a potential terrorist. You will definitely lose your right to own a gun, but you also will be monitored by government agencies and your employers will be informed.

We have a small window before that becomes reality. If we don’t start forming groups while we can, we will face the brunt of the federal government. After that, we truly will be dissidents.

Screwtape
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Screwtape

This just happened in my neighborhood. Someone posted on the neighborhood app that they got a paper at their door warning of a an upcoming “white supremest” protest and that they are “known to be violent” etc wtc. What is the protest? Apparently the little community theater is hosting an “all ages drag show”. Why ‘all ages?’ Will there be an actual protest? Who is actually protesting the show and why? Matters not. So all it takes is the badwhite card, played in advance, and the entire goodwhite useful idiot cohort will strangle their own, those few who are brave… Read more »

Calsdad
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Calsdad

The right wing needs to get better – a LOT better , at subversion. My wife has had some involvement with community theatre. Most of them operate right on the edge of financial viability. If they’re holding some sort of drag show – it’s highly likely that there’s some people within the group running that theatre who WANT that show to be held because they want to sashay on stage and throw their gayness in everybody’s faces. But financially speaking – they’re still going to depend on $$ coming in from the normies to keep that whole operation in business.… Read more »

Carrie
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Well jeez, who don’t we all at lest start with a Protonmail account and get on with communicating already?!

Or we get P.O. Boxes far enough away from our residences, but near enough to check 1x per week, and start getting in touch the really old fashioned way: with pen and paper.

Where do we start?

Rod1963
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Rod1963

They’ll try, don’t forget if the Dems get that power the first thing they will do is begin implementing the Green New Deal and totally crater the economy and markets in the process. That will set off a shit storm they and their army of boozed up soccer moms and soy boys can’t contain. Think food and energy riots. And the states will go nuts as their pension funds(which are dependent on the stock market) shrivel up to nothing. And if they are stupid enough to declare war on whitey, just wait as the power grid goes down and stays… Read more »

Federalist
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Federalist

I don’t know if the Democrats would really try to implement the Green New Deal. A lot of it’s impossible. All power through renewable and zero-emission energy sources: not going to happen for the foreseeable future. Just passing a law does not change reality. Also, they probably won’t destroy the economy once they are in charge. They complained incessantly about drone strikes and other general warmongering in the Middle East. Until Obama. Then they were cool with it.

Dutch
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Dutch

Federalist, it is all about the grift and what they can skim off the top for themselves, once they get in power. They will employ the elements of the Green Nude Eel that offer the biggest skim. The rest of their actual governance will be dictated by two things, maximizing the opportunities for grift and the keeping of political power. Nothing else matters to them. As for us deplorables, we will be collectively scapegoated, but individually arrested and disappeared, as our profiles identify us as threats to either of those goals.

Compsci
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Compsci

One might think so, Federalist—but that assumes you are dealing with rational folks, not ideologues. In Germany for example, they have a new word, energiearmut, meaning energy poor. Yep, they raised the cost of electricity by eliminating coal, and nuclear power so much that the bottom quintile of the population can not afford to heat their houses in winter. One also notes that electrical resistance heating is the most inefficient way to heat a house as well. Here where I live in the desert, a commodity in limited supply is water. Rates are raised every single year to encourage conservation… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Gee, Compsci, white people come from cold countries. Why would they cut off their heat

Lineman
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Lineman

Compsci Brother get out of there…If they can control your water they can control you… Come up here and build Community with me…

Gravity Denier
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Gravity Denier

Compsci,

Tucson by any chance? I used to live there.

Lineman
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Lineman

And if they are stupid enough to declare war on whitey, just wait as the power grid goes down and stays for the blue hives.

I will just say most lineman are pretty right wing so you can make a pretty educated guess what will happen if they come for us…Let’s just say I wouldn’t want to be in a blue hive when that happens…The stench alone will be unbearable when everyone is shitting in the streets not just the homeless… People just don’t realize that everything stops when the power goes out…

TomA
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TomA

Observe, analyze, predict, and prepare. First the tyrants must seize power, then they must recruit their jackboot corps (usually by corrupting existing LEO organizations), then comes arrests and detention camps, then ruthless suppression of any rebellion (real or imagined), and finally grinding repression to tamp down any rekindling of the spirit of freedom. Let history be your guide. There is no fate but what we make. Simple/Secret/Solo/Spontaneous.

Member

It will be Reconstruction 3.0.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Yep. Nailed it.
The Green Reconstruction, with Greta Thunder-ing from every screen.

You owe us, you stole it!
The land, the inventions, the future!

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

(I heard this pretty much verbatim from a black Young Turks fan, last night. He wanted Bernie back- no mention of today’s available choices. He reads Cenk like we read the Zman. And he wants a Tesla.)

Lineman
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Lineman

You should push every Communist towards an electric car…It will keep them contained in hive when spicy times happen…

The Babe
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The Babe

Criminalization of politics, a.k.a., totalitarianism.

Member

This entire scenario is very much like the shenanigans the elites pulled during the Roman Republic. Get the public all fired up about some incident or corruption and then hold a debate in the senate. Send out your agents to whip up emotions. Wait for public sentiment to build, then put a senator on trial to placate public fury. Plus ça change… Democracies are public relations circuses where one side attempts to lure the other side into insulting “the people” by exposing high-handed behavior. In this case, it appears to be a pretty cut-and-dried case of bribery and extortion on… Read more »

JohnTyler
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JohnTyler

Somebody said that you can fool some of the people some of the time, but you can’t fool all the people all of the time . If one assumes this is true, it suggests that during that “some of the time,” it is enough time to totally F up your nation. And history shows that the amount of time your nation can spend in the hell hole of a sewer can be a really, really long time. See the USSR – 70 years Venezuela – 20 years or so Cuba – 60 years All of Eastern Europe – 40 years… Read more »

Apex Predator
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Apex Predator

“Thank god for the Second Amendment.” Yeah, thank god! You can polish your guns keep ’em shiny and clean right under your framed copy of Muh Constitution and over the drawer with your muh 401k statement, and your copy of ‘muh free market capitalism’. If the 2nd amendment was going to be used, it would have by now. They realized you can simply economically crush ‘bitter clingers’ by disallowing private finance from dealing with scary guns / ammo manufacturers. It is largely working. Why get into a big kerfuffle when you can simply bleed people slowly towards compliance? After this… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

Apex
I hear you Brother it’s tough right now to get anyone motivated to get off the couch…We just have to keep doing what we can though so when they do wake up they have somewhere to turn…

Dutch
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Dutch

Lineman, I suspect there is more prepping going on than can be seen here. A bit every day, that’s the trick for getting from here to there. Still planning on being up your way next summer. Fits into plan “D” of plans A-B-C-D-E. “E” requires a passport. It’s good to have multiple options, because we don’t know how this is going to go.

Compsci
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Compsci

Apex, I tend to agree, but not completely. There must be something beside simple animalistic pain that motivates. To support this, just go back to 9-11 and the attack on that day. The day after, people were pretty much the same. No one took food out of their mouths, no one lost a job, life went on, etc. Yet the military recruitment sites were full with people standing in line to do their part when we went to war. There’s still something that motivates. Perhaps it’s just outdated and fading CivNat patriotism, but it’s not simply desperation. We need to… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

Compsci
I think if we build it they will come…They just need to see there is a better alternative to what they have now…

Dutch
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Dutch

Lineman, that’s it, but only to a point. People must be willing to jump in and do their part for themselves and their neighbors. Some want to show up somewhere, write a check, and sit back. We can’t afford any of that.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Down with carbon oppression!
I say free our silicon sisters!

Return the anime and sexbots to their natural habitats!
Free Jillie! Free Jillie!

Yves Vannes
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Whether intentional or not, constantly pressing the hysteria button can be an effective strategy. Especially if you’re guilty or want to sow as much chaos as you can to obfuscate your activities. People get tired of the constant hissyfits and tune out. Most can no longer tell the difference between the wheat and the chaff nor do the even care anymore.

Karl McHungus
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Karl McHungus

Trump has to be loving how this snipe hunt will burn up months and months (where other attacks would have been taking place), and that ultimately it will blow up in the dems faces. Watch him slip another SCOTUS pick in, while the dems are busy chewing on the phony impeachment bone.

Member

I’m pretty sure this is about tying Trump’s hands for the rest of his first term and running out the clock in the hope that there is no second term.

TheLastStand
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Remember, we point out the incompetence of diversity and woke women all the time. Why should we be shocked that this incompetence applies to the organizations that they run?

JR Wirth
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JR Wirth

Stuff their uteri. Who turns down the opportunity to use the word uteri in a sentence?

JR Wirth
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JR Wirth

Pelosi absolutely doesn’t want to go down the impeachment road, and I’m sure the big money donors don’t want it either. The problem is, she started the machine, sort of like at the end of the movie Total Recall. The button with the little alien hand on it. I’m sure she thinks she can drive this out of control vehicle onto some runaway truck ramp like they have in the Rockies, but living in a bluer than blue place, the liberal Democrats I know have the taste of blood in their mouths. Trump is driving them crazy. It’s one of… Read more »

Calsdad
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Calsdad

Throwing steaks to Rottweilers – then taking it away – is a perfect way to make them go crazy. If you’re stuck in the mindset that you don’t want crazy dogs running around – then you’d go out of your way to avoid antagonizing them – wouldn’t you? On the other hand – if you were looking to make the dogs go crazy so you’d have a legitimate reason to shoot them (that dog is rabid – and it’s a danger to the children! ) ……. well then taking the steak out of their mouths is a perfect way to… Read more »

JR Wirth
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JR Wirth

For this scenario to happen, Pelosi would have to be less of a Democrat and more of a bag woman for the Fortune 500, willing to cause damage to her own party to shore up corporate centrist entrenchment…hmmmmm….just seems plausible.

Calsdad
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Calsdad

I was thinking more of Pelosi and all of the lefties as the dogs in my scenario.

The trick is to get all of the normies to start talking amongst themselves about how the dogs all have to get put down to save the children.

Kentucky Headhunter
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Kentucky Headhunter

“This is why Pelosi has no intention of holding formal impeachment proceedings.” DIdn’t Pelosi say yesterday she was indeed stating a formal inquiry? Speaker Nancy Pelosi announced on Tuesday that the House would initiate a formal impeachment inquiry against President Trump, charging him with betraying his oath of office and the nation’s security by seeking to enlist a foreign power to tarnish a rival for his own political gain. I honestly don’t understand anything that goes on in Washington at all, so I wouldn’t mind some clarification. I was thinking that any new impeachment crap was in response to them… Read more »

Drake
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Drake

Pelosi tossed a word salad yesterday. “official impeachment inquiry“ is a meaningless term. An actual impeachment would be initiated with a house vote to authorize an impeachment investigation. There was no vote and there is no impeachment investigation – this is just theater.
https://theconservativetreehouse.com/2019/09/24/speaker-pelosi-bamboozles-base-by-announcing-enhanced-continuation-of-status-quo/#

Kentucky Headhunter
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Kentucky Headhunter

Thanks for the link, much obliged.

Jeez, you’da thought Trump was gong to be beheaded at noon eastern today the way the media was going off on this shit.

Dutch
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Dutch

Schrodinger’s impeachment.

Member

Personally, the continuation of Trump derangement syndrome by the idiot left has left me imagining torture and violent death for all those involved in pushing this nonsense. It would be highly enjoyable to see Trump shove it all down their throats as Biden Pelosi Nadler and Schiff among others have it shoved up their somewhere else. Idiots like these need to be culled from the herd. I like the idea of banishment after a good caning. Liberia could work. The reality is there will be no justice.

Member

“…it seems likely that Obama’s inner circle knew about the plot…”

The Babe
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The Babe

For reasons that no one can quite explain, the Democrats are once again roaring about impeachment. That’s another surreal element of Current Year politics: these random, arbitrary, astroturfed frenzies and “movements” that don’t have any organic motivation or necessity. The climate thing with that ridiculous Swedish girl is another good example. Out of nowhere the propagandarchs declare that the sky is falling, we’re all going to die in ten years, and that we venerate this creepy girl as a “leader.” But the worst part is that a lot of NPC’s, the very second they’ve downloaded the instructions of the Astroturf… Read more »

The Babe
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The Babe

Actually, this Ramzpaul quote suggests that the point is just to keep rolling out the frenzies, one after another, in order to accumulate power and take away people’s freedoms.

RAMZPAUL on Twitter:

Steps to lose freedom:

1. Amplify and exaggerate an issue to create hysteria.

2. Show women and children crying.

3. Claim that any person dissenting from position hates women and children.

4. Push through legislation stripping away liberty.

5. Forget original issue.

Member

The little Swedish bint is, of course. a reincarnation of Wednesday Addams.
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SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

Though Wednesday at least had a personality.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

They do, they do! The one I chatted with last night seemed like an actual human, I really couldn’t tell the difference.

All of his reasoning was perfect repetition.
Almost as if he were programmed by punch cards.

(Hate to say it, but I noticed this with talk radio listeners in the 90s, in churches– and even in myself. A lot. “Why am I repeating or trying out these phrases?”, I thought.

I was trying to ‘win’ an argument. Monkey signaling. SO SCREW ‘EM. My monkeys are the best monkeys, my Tree is the best tree.)

Dutch
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Dutch

My monkey business and my trees are my business. I will only share anything about them after you pass a test of my choosing and the little hackles on the back of my neck say it’s OK. I’m not out to save anyone who doesn’t get it any more, but to identify and share with those who do. Too many enemies here in blue country. My threshold of trust doesn’t go much beyond many denizens of this site and a few neighbors.

Member

Half the US population supports these lunatics, and growing. After this piece of craziness dies down, there will be another one, because that’s “who they are.” How can you overcome that?

Not peacefully. Not through “the political process.”

Dutch
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Dutch

If all of this wasn’t such serious business, the ridiculousness of it would be as entertaining as all get out.

CAPT S
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CAPT S

You’re exactly right. “How can you overcome that?” I believe we have to cede territory. While I’m no GOP supporter, one step is to relocate away from blue states and counties. We need more of us owning tracts of productive land, and fewer of us on suburban 1/4 acre lots. We need to have non-municipal sources of water, and non-supermarket sources for food, and the means to defend it. We need to establish untraceable black markets. We need to homeschool our children. Speaking of which, we need to have children – lots of them. Lots of things we can do… Read more »

Member

Speaking of which, we need to have children – lots of them.

Mission accomplished, sir. (Five children, two grandchildren so far.)

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

Second round of wood cutting yesterday and missed the blog. 2 cords in now and 2 more to go. As Basic Husband and I were driving along the top of the plateau above home between 8,000 and 10,000 ft/elevation gazing at the gorgeous color change into bright yellows and salmon pinks, we heard the news of Disturbingly Ugly Greta and listened to her rage tantrum and cry and point her witch-casting-curse finger at the UN. You of course covered this yesterday….But….. Folks, what I saw was the beginning of the new action Hitler youth corps. Nothing less. To me, this… Read more »

Dutch
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Dutch

Totalitarians always employ children as front men. One, because the kids are gullible and the parents see dollar signs, and, two, they take advantage of our better nature with that kind of thing. Trump did the right thing by ignoring her at the U.N.

LineInTheSand
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LineInTheSand

“Democrats Introduce Debate Strategy Of Holding Up Small Child Whenever Their Positions Are Challenged”

https://babylonbee.com/news/democrats-introduce-debate-strategy-of-holding-up-child-whenever-challenged

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

“Hoe DARE you attack an innocent child!”
(Heard that live on radio from “the outraged caller”.)

This is as ridiculously obvious a psyop as any theatre we’ve seen, time for open jeers, boos, and catcalls.

Only Wienstein #MeToo could be more silly. Or Saint Trayvon. The NPC instant downloads do continue to amaze. My gosh these scriptwriters are awful.

WhereAreTheVikings
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WhereAreTheVikings

Children should be seen and not heard. I’m talking to you, Greta.

CAPT S
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CAPT S

I’m with you on the woodpile … I have 2 more cords to go as well. Chainsaws and splitting mauls are great therapy.

Lineman
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Lineman

@RFF and Capt…
I have 8 cords done but firewood is always one of those things that you can never have enough of so I will probably go get another 4 cords before winter sets in…

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

Good for you! Southern Utah only dips once or twice a winter 0-ish. 4 cords will get us through with leftovers. What’s your lowish temp in the Bitterroots?

Lineman
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Lineman

It can get down there but it doesn’t stay down there…We are called the Banana Belt of MT because of our warmer weather here…We went through almost 4 cords last winter but our backup propene furnace never kicked on when we were home and we have a pretty good sized house…

Range Front Fault
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Range Front Fault

Same for us. We too are a Banana Belt but with desiccated bananas. 4 cords and Carrier furnace that never came on all winter. We have a hobbit home. This kind of cold is doable.

Compsci
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Compsci

Don’t forget our old adversary, the USSR. All USSR children were in the All-Union Pioneers or “Pioneers” for short. Denunciations of parents were encouraged! Then there were attempts at an American version of this horror, DARE. Started by Daryl Gates, Police Commissioner of LA, who first militarized the police and gave us SWAT (and many hours of action TV shows as well 😉 ). DARE too had their denunciations, e.g., parents who smoked weed. Children as young as 8 were encouraged, not just to avoid drugs but to turn in their parents if they were using such. There are recorded… Read more »

JR Wirth
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JR Wirth

No one talks about DARE like that, which is accurate. My class was the first to go through that when they rolled it out. Yes, a LEO taught it. I remember the book being a red paperback. What DARE taught my class is, which drugs were the uppers, which were the downers, the effect each drug had on you, so that by the time were were in high school listening to Curt Cobain, these same kids, now older, had a better knowledge of which drug they were using, and were curious about using after the DARE program. The whole “don’t… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

88% of the thousands of missing children each year are lost after being taken by the CPS system.

Serious physical or sexual abuse?
Not so bad, we’ll monitor or recommend counseling and education.

Rumors or residues from a mildly intoxicating medicinal plant?
Take them away, stat!!!

No spirit cooker would ever misuse such a system, no. Don’t tell me I’m dreaming, seen it up close and personal multiple times. The heartbreak, so shamed because I could do nothing. Seriously contemplated extreme measures, I am such a f***ing chickensh*t coward.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Swear to God, the way those little kids looked at me, the desperate prayer in their eyes that I would be the one to save them, makes me want to murder the whole f***ing world.

Burn in hell, you pious conservative cocks***ers. Burn in hell.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

“cry and point her witch-casting-curse finger at the UN.”

Chills! Like a real-time horror movie.
Perfect character casting.

Waitaminute… her profile is up on an “actors for hire” talent agency site, too…

james wilson
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She won’t be discarded, this girl is a suicide waiting to happen. Then the prog will have a martyr.

Penitent Man
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Penitent Man

Zman,

If you could… a podcast this week with some lightness or white pills sprinkled throughout would be appreciated.

Guest
Guest
Guest

Biden is finished as a candidate. This investigation will force the media to cover his complicity in his son’s corruption in the Ukraine and his role in forcing Ukraine to fire the prosecutor investigating his son as a condition of receiving US foreign aid. They can’t sweep this under the rug anymore. I’m still stubbornly sticking with my Harris as the dark horse theory. Biden will withdraw before South Carolina. The black support for Biden in South Carolina will go to Harris, not to Warren or Grampa Simpson. Harris will have a “suprisingly strong” finish in South Carolina, which will… Read more »

Kentucky Headhunter
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Kentucky Headhunter

When has the media ever been forced to cover anything they didn’t want to?

De Ferres
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De Ferres

I’m not sure. The media has memed the shit out kamaltoe with no impact. Blacks instinctively know she is a fake, a half Jamaican and half Indian Canadian without even the vaguest connection with the black experience. I’m more authetically in touch with basketball americans as a anglo saxon, at least I lived with them during periods of my life. Even as a fake, Obama shot hoops and talked a good game. Kamla adds inauthenticity with the personality of a wet blanket. Who does that leave us? Warren reminds them of the white wamen principal that scolds their kids. Bernie… Read more »

Compsci
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Compsci

I’ve always had a suspicion that Warren, with her “tax wealth, not income” proposal (which by the way is right on if you want to take the super rich folk down a peg) might turn off the needed big donor support. On the other hand, that conclusion sort of involves a belief in the political system which in this case seems to be falling prey to the Gell-Mann effect. 😉

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

And when she loses, as planned, her martyrdom will be rocket-jet fuel for their fire.
Hello, 2024.

Ayatollah Rockandrollah
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We also might be getting past the point where analyzing future elections through the prism of rationality — or rational voters — won’t get us even close to the outcome. The more the Benighted of the Earth flee in over the borders, the heavier those vote totals for the Blue Army swell. You might be looking at a near-solid majority of idiots (I.Q.-wise) being sufficient to outweigh the voters who’ll make a semi-informed choice between A and B, permanently. And this latter group is still going to split down the middle, more or less, between D and R. We all… Read more »

Lineman
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Lineman

What coast are you on Brother?

DrDog
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DrDog

Pure supposition follows. Might I be so bold as to suggest that the whistleblower is a Trump plant? In the NY marketplace one of Trump’s favorite tricks was to leak stuff about himself to Page 6 type reporters to get free advertising. Trump does not call his properties TRUMP just for his name. Every rumor he generated greased his brand. Trump wants to eliminate Biden so that Warren can be the Dim floor mop he cleans the floor with on his way to a second term. But the press ain’t biting on the corruption. So he turns it on himself… Read more »

Mark Matis
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Mark Matis

Tribe in action. Nothing more. But also nothing less.

Al from da Nort
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Al from da Nort

Z Man; I’m surprised that nobody has mentioned Dan Bongino’s theory that some of this insanity is a result of ‘Canary Traps’ being run on the swamp by Trump Admin loyalists. And there is evidence for his view. For example, this well known intel technique is how the US Navy knew Midway was the target of the Kido Butai in the summer of 1942* In general, a Canary Trap is a search for insecurity by floating ‘believable’ stories that differ in known, key details past suspected enemy agents or in comms channels suspected to have been compromised to see what… Read more »

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

AF

Abelard Lindsey
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Abelard Lindsey

You know, the way you say this, Mr. ZMan, sounds all positive to me. Its also how I see it as well.

tfeath
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tfeath

“….we now know Biden’s political campaign is over”. You really believe that those who would have voted for this imbecile a month ago wouldn’t now? In 2020? Cult marx cares about real corruption over agenda?

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Ah, fudge. Listening to some disinfo booswash on Hannity about how “Obama was alerted by the CIA that the Russians were planning to interfere in our elections”, the usual mix of celebrity names, Con Inc. posturing, and nefarious, complicated superspy schemes.

Oooh. Very schmart, wowser cloak and dagger. Tom Clancy is still alive and living secretly in Rockville.

I don’t think they’ll false flag us.
I think they’re planning on smothering us to death with bullsh*t, instead.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Oops, just saw da Nort’s Canary Traps.
Score! Al was right on target last time when he noted Trump not only waves a bloody steak at the Rottweilers, he waves it in a clockwork schedule to disrupt the New York news cycle.

Dark Arts are indeed white pills.
What if Lucy with the football was *our* girl?

(PewdiePie pulled the same stunt on the ADL last week, and he has 100 million followers.
The Gillets Jeune are in 45th week in Paris, and the Guardian is reaching Ludicrous Speed trying to paper over the Woke Empire’s world-class urban vibrance.)

Al from da Nort
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Al from da Nort

Al;
My candidate for the key detail in this canary trap: Joe Biden mentioned *8* times. Different numbers in different versions.

Bunny
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Bunny

I wouldn’t count out a false flag just yet. I mean, look, people, crisis initiation happens. Of course, he’s not advocating, just sayin’.
https://m.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=77&v=PfoaLbbAix0
In fairness, it does sound like it may have been edited.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Ye gods, Bunny.
I am speechless. I mean, “he’s not advocating”, no, not at all. Ye gods.

Ant Man Bee
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Impeachment or no impeachment, election or no election, the Dems have already won. Either way, all the Jews have to do is sit and wait. Whitey will be finished off through the automatic grinding of the gears which the Jews have already put in place: endless debt slavery, infinity immigrants, miscegenation, the impossibility of White family formation, the total banishment of Christianity from the public square, infinity talk about Islam instead, and the complete desolation of public culture and public discourse. The other night I tried watching television, both network and cable. Judging from TV, apparently everyone in America is… Read more »

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Let the lenders have their false gold, then.
Will their vassals sustain them?

Diocletian’s reforms didn’t work, the Empire could not be revived, the roads fell and took civilization with them.

Come, young men and women, come to the latifundium. I know of a place in Gaul where we may be safe.

Member

I wonder what the Jews were unto in the Muslim conquest of Europe outside of Spain?

Dutch
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Dutch

CTH (Conservative Treehouse) has an interesting take. From the phone call transcript released today, Trump asked the Ukrainian President for help in access to Crowdstrike, a Google related company with operations there. Crowdstrike was the company hired to deconstruct the DNC server “hack” (actually the insider breach by the departed Seth Rich). Crowdstrike’s report, never finalized, never reviewed by anybody in the U.S. government, was the basis for the whole “Putin helped Trump” thing. To try to take Trump out and to also cover for Obama team spying. Bust open Crowdstrike and you bust the whole Dem narrative. That makes… Read more »

Ant Man Bee
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DECISION 2020: Who Will Win?

Will it be Warren/Booker?

Or Kushner/Hawaiian Federal Judge?

Stay glued to your screens to find out who will rule over you, Whitey. And we /do/ mean, Rule OVER you.

Alzaebo
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Alzaebo

Twitter.

“#GretaThurnberg pushing man-made climate hoax to extort western society happens to be J***sh.”

Dammit. Dammit all to he!!
Trying so hard to step over that landmine

Senator Brundlefly
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Senator Brundlefly

The Democrats’ Impeachment Plan:

Phase 1: Draw a bunch of inadvertent attention to how Biden made foreign aid contingent on firing a prosecutor who was looking into Bidenspawn’s company. Also draw inadvertent attention to CrowdStrike.

Phase 2: ??????

Phase 3: Profit

Whiskey
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Whiskey

Contra our Host, I figure Trump is in real, deep trouble. Thing is our elites don’t care about public opinion, or elections. The canceling of Brexit by first cross party treason, and secondly their Supreme Court, heralds the way. A dirty deal to impeach and CONVICT Trump is already in the works. Drudge is filled with it, Romney is rounding up Senators as we speak. Most of the Republican Party HATES Trump and figures if they can just get rid of him they can go back to being the Washington Generals to the Democrats Harlem Globetrotters, to borrow our hosts… Read more »

Allen
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Allen

What else can they do for the 2020 election? When you have the slate of candidates they do, your only option is to make noise about impeachment without actually doing it and reaping that particular whirlwind. The only thing worse than losing to Trump like Hillary did is losing to him in a landslide.

SamlAdams
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SamlAdams

Have to wonder if they’ve just written 2020 off…Warren seems the only one of the “majors” that has put pen to paper—but items like “wealth tax” are patently silly. Remember the AMT? Great idea, base your entire funding plan on extracting tribute from the one demographic best equipped to dodge and litigate your tax. Most guys I talk to in my finance world see this as a set up for an “excess funding” tax on 401ks. The Dems goal may be to just clear out the pipes of all the old farts and start fresh in 2024, hoping for a… Read more »

sirlancelot
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sirlancelot

” ” the dogs will bark, but the caravan will move on. ” ”

My favorite line 🙂