With yesterday's news that Chicago State Attorney Kim Foxx's decided to drop all charges against Jussie Smolett we conservatives are forced to make the following conclusions concerning justice in America.. You can launch a smear against a conservative public figure made up out of the whole cloth and support said smear in the media for … Continue reading #muellermaddness Smolett and The Rules for Leftists
Capt Kirk: No, wait! There's a better way. Does not your sacred book promise that good is stronger than evil? Sirah: Yes, it is written. Good shall always destroy evil. Elder: It is written. Cloud William: The fight is done when one is dead. Dr. McCoy: Spock, I've found that evil usually triumphs unless good … Continue reading How Trump Won Vs the Media/Left Russia MullerMadness By Actions Inactions and Luck
DaTechGuy's Laws of Media Outrage are some of the most useful ways to predict how the media or the left will react in any given moment. Nancy Pelosi's surprise announcement against impeachment this week provides an excellent excuse to promulgate the newest of these laws. I believe that Impeachment was off the table was known … Continue reading Nancy, Mueller and Datechguy’s 4th Law of Media Outrage
Blogger in downtown Chicago By John Ruberry The biggest catch, so far, for the Mueller Probe is the sentencing last week of political consultant and lobbyist Paul Manafort, who was briefly the chairman of the Donald Trump presidential campaign. Manafort, a very conspicuous Washington insider, pleaded guilty to charges of tax and bank fraud, and … Continue reading What if there was a Mueller probe of the Chicago City Council?
The death of the Weekly Standard is the end of an error. The Decision of Bill Kristol & co to go full anti-trump might have kept him on TV and will assure him of comfort and entree to all the right parties, but it means unemployment for everyone else at the mag. He got woke … Continue reading Non Tweets Under the Fedora: 12-14-18 Dead Standards, Mueller, Sodom and Google
4th Doctor: Evidence, EVIDENCE? You couldn't hang a hat on that. Doctor Who The Leisure Hive 1980 There seems to be nothing here in terms of a grand conspiracy to change the election. You are talking minor rallies, buying megaphones, tweets and facebook groups and the spending of THOUSANDS of dollars in web ads. If … Continue reading I’m Old Enough to Remember When Mueller & the MSM Thought The Russia Indictments Were a Big Deal
Drudge links to a WSJ story suggesting that Mueller will "go dark" if it gets too close to the elections: Though Mr. Mueller doesn’t face any specific legal deadline, the fall midterms amount to a political one, according to experts and prosecutors. He will reach a point this summer when Justice Department habits dictate that … Continue reading Democrat Polls will Determine if Mueller will “go dark” and nothing else.
By John Ruberry "But she goes not abroad, in search of monsters to destroy." John Quincy Adams on America. The United States has survived a Civil War and two world wars, and the Cold War. But can it survive Russian bots? And a search for "monsters." Thirteen Russians were indicted on Friday--none were arrested because … Continue reading Mueller’s search for “monsters” yields 13 indictments
I'm reading the Mueller indictments and I'm noticing several things that could be charged of dreamers and other fun stuff. Section 1 and section 24 notes that it's against US law for "certain foreign nationals" to enter the US without a visa providing truthful and accurate information to the government. Apparently these laws don't apply … Continue reading DatechGuy Reads the Mueller Indictment Some Fun Facts (expect Updates) Where’s the Beef
Mueller: First, Last Wednesday I posted that Special Counsel Robert Mueller had spent $3.2 million in his first four months investigating Russian meddling in last year election and any links between President Trump and Russia. But that's not the real number: the Department of Justice spent $6.7 million, saying it's not "legally required to figure out this total"(emphasis added), … Continue reading By the numbers: Two on Mueller, three on the economy UPDATE on Mueller
Special Counsel Robert Mueller, who spent $3.2 million in his first four months investigating Russian meddling in last year election and any links between President Trump and Russia, fired an interesting character in his staff, FBI agent Peter Strzok (pronounced "struck" as far as I can tell). Strzok was senior supervisor on the Clinton private … Continue reading Strzok
As I mentioned in yesterdays lead post despite a great month for traffic we not only had a horrible month at DaTipJar but we are a full $15K shy of our annual goal this year, so when I got a change to pick up an extra shift of overtime even though it would make 8 … Continue reading NeverTrump’s Crash From Watergate the 2nd to Fitzmas the 2nd in One Eight Hour Shift