Trust The Phyzz

A WHITER SHADE OF PILL:

Matthew Whitaker:

I knew we couldn’t go wrong with a physiognomy like Whitaker’s.

TRUST THE PHYZZ

TAKE THE WHIT PILL

RISE OF THE WHITLORDS

PS Sessions has been early retired for ONE DAY and already the happenings are happening. Trump should’ve nominated Whitaker for AG on his inauguration day. Jeff Sessions…nice guy….did right by his momma….but he just didn’t have the rock-splitting phyzz we need in the MAGAmen era.

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I’ve posted a few comments here to stir the debate about how Jeff Sessions should go down in history.

From Tipsy,

Before you bag too heavily on Sessions, remember that he has teed everything up for Whitaker. The brought in the big guy to hit the ball 300 yards. Good cop, bad cop.

From Sentient,

From the prior thread…

Time for a history lesson.

Listen up…

During the campaign Trump was being attacked by his own party even through the convention. Sessions was one of the very few sitting Senators who were willing to support Trump. That support was crucial to getting more of the GOP machine behind him and getting other big hitters as well. Recall Manafort was brought in for the precise reason of getting convention delegates on board with nominating Trump.

Shit is not like the movies…

Making Sessions AG was quid pro quo for his support. Sessions dream was to be AG. Trump thought Sessions was a believer and was shocked at his recusing himself on Day 10…

A Leopard won’t change it’s spots…

They call all this stuff “politics” btw…

see things how they are, not how you want them to be. else you end up with Q like ex post facto rationalizations.

From stg58animalmother,

Sessions did what he needed to do. How do you think he got the nickname “Silent Executioner” back in Alabama? We are operating off of a sliver of information on the whole picture. Sessions has been annihilating the child porn and pedophile rings across the country. And immigration too. He’s done his job, now it’s time for open warfare.

In defense of the pro-Sessions crowd, a telling window into Sessions’ loyalties was opened during his exit interview:

In an interview just after being forced to resign as attorney general on Wednesday, Jeff Sessions stood by his decision to recuse himself from overseeing the Mueller probe, while acknowledging that the length of the investigation has proved “unhealthy.”

Sounds like a man with some regrets. This confirms my judgment of Sessions as a lieutenant of the MAGA revolution: overly principled in an age when principles are mocked and the principled are bulldozed. He probably thought Mueller was a man of integrity who would clear Trump in short order. I think he sees America for what it is now, and it has stolen his spirit. I bet he left his post relieved, knowing the time had come for men hungry for open warfare to replace principled genteel conservatives like himself.

Sessions did do a lot of “silent executing” behind the scenes to gut the open borders bureaucracy. But his recusal from the Russia Hoax was a blow to not only Trump, but to the MAGA agenda, and it was a costly mistake. I think this bothers him. And I think he was a Trump loyalist. He deserves an honorable goodbye, but it’s time to move on.





Comments


  1. Glorious. Beast mode. Can’t wait to see what Whitaker will do to Brenda Snipes.

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  2. Could one of you Photoshop guys puh-leez put a Bane mask on the AG?

    Want to mess with the sh1tlib neighbors.

    Thx!

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  3. Whitaker’s chrome dome just pushed Phyzz Theory into Statesticle Significance. MAGA.

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  4. Sessions did his part…he was the perfect man for the job considering that there were subversive elements in all branches of government. But now that the Senate and the house have been cleaned of the swing voters, and the senate and the judiciary is stacked in Trumps favor, season 2 of The Apprentice: Executive Edition is looking promising.

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  5. White pill so big I had to blow it

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  6. Fuck ‘fairness’. Fuck ‘respectability’. The Republicans have power. they should use it ruthlessly and shamelessly.

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 9:04 am John Joel Glanton

      Well no they don’t, really, since a good chunk of Republicans are still closet RINOs who believe in democracy and all that gay shit.

      If Trump had his way they’d be deporting everyone not white American.

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      • “a good chunk of Republicans are still closet RINOs who believe in democracy and all that gay shit.”

        Balls… They’re just bought and paid for by the establishment to present a false image of political difference. The RINO’s and the Dems are two cheeks of the same arse.

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      • “They’re just bought and paid for by the establishment to present a false image of political difference.”

        Absolutely. But the fact that they can be bought means they can be bought back either by way of carrot or stick.

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 9:26 am John Joel Glanton

      Having the initiative is not the same thing as having power.

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    • … and flame out like a suicide bomber? Trump is too smart for that.

      You win the battle before the first shot is fired. Trump doesn’t enter a fight until he is assured of its outcome. Vulgar displays of power are for the proles. Are you a general or are you a street brawler? Both are required, but don’t confuse the lanes.

      That said, it would be good for some confirmatory theatrics. The jaw-jaw ended with the election season. Now until summer 2020 is a time for gains.

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      • The stalwartness of one’s trust in The Plan is dependent on whether he sees Trump retreating… retreating… then encircling and pouncing like the Red Army at Stalingrad. Or not.

        I trust the plan but it would be balm for the riad weary psyche if he spoke up for his illegally attacked supporters. That woman that got hit with the egg in San Jose, men who are in prison for defending themselves against antifa, Tucke Carlson.

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      • Say what you want about stealth strategy and 4D chess, there are an AWFUL lot of areas that Trump could throw out a few tweets about which would serve simple justice, let alone morale to his base… and which wouldn’t cause any more blowback from his foes than he already gets, but which would expose them even more for the traitorous antiWhite scum they are, if they did squawk.

        Now that the next two years are before us, we’ll see if some of that ammo that’s been sitting on the table is finally grabbed..

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      • Stop spouting this sun tzu shit by a chink who never fought in any war or won any battle. When (ever) were the chinks a great military power?

        battles are won IN battle. Even in a contest between man and steer, the outcome isn’t certain

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 12:21 pm Rhuobe the Manslayer

        Sun Tzu was China’s first deranged feminist.
        He bet the king he could turn the court ladies into soldiers. At first they laughed at his commands, but then he put one of them to death. Then they supposedly became disciplined.
        That story is nonsense.

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  7. on November 9, 2018 at 7:26 am LembradorDos6Trilliões

    Have you watched this guys?

    >Some scenes:
    -Israeli activist in the US claims to use false Facebook accounts to monitor US citizens and any sharing of information that might hurt American general public support of Israel. She communicates their identities directly to Ministries in Israel.
    -Israel attacks supporters of the BDS movement world-wide, because they are a non-violent group that decided to be so due to it being the best strategy against the zionist military occupation.
    -Israel uses top of the line social media technology to flag, censor, and if necessary harass and spy on any American and non-American that posts information that might hurt general public support for Israel

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    • watched it? Hell half of the poasters here are JIDF…

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 8:41 am Corinth Arkadin

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 9:07 am John Joel Glanton

      Oh man. Posted some Third Reich videos on my FB, little while after started getting friend requests from roided out G-men halfway across the country.

      Don’t think they arent watching you, cause they are.

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      • They are not watching. The PGH shooter proved that. The Boston bombing proved it too as those dudes were posting all kinds of shit and doing prep work.
        Add in any of the other happenings over the years.
        They simply dont have the numbers similar to the IRS.
        I knew one firm who owed NY state sales taxes. They were outside NY state but had clients there.
        NY State realized it would be more expensive to travel to this firm to conduct an audit than to get the firm to pay up.
        Then the auditor later retired and they had no one to cover so the firm pays zero taxes.
        So the positive is no one is watching but the negative is if shit does go down, the authorities are short on numbers and extremely incompetent so you literally are on your own.

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      • Mod rape how ironic

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  8. Next thing we’ll find out he rocks out to Rammstein

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  9. Even in a custom-made suit (no off-the-rack suit fits him), his chest still breaks the usual V-shaped hang of the cloth. Respect.

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  10. That’s one man you’ll never see wearing a skinny tie

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  11. Sessions isnt a war time consigliere. Now it’s time to actually drain the effing swamp. Declassify everything, pardon everyone, fire Mueller, and arrest the traitors. Brute force is the only option.

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  12. Am I right in thinking that as the Republicans have now lost the House of Representatives, rather than trying to get legislation through both houses in the standard way, Trump is better off trying to do as much as possible via executive order because that can only be challenged via the Supreme Court and the Court is now right leaning (with RBG on the ropes and clinging on for dear life)?

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    • yes.

      unfortunately IIRC, the house is responsible for passing budget allocations, which the Senate then has to approve.

      And faggot fuck Paul Ryan has been the hold up previously by stopping and delaying border security measures.

      The house will be a cluster fuck.

      Through EO Trump can do many things. the most important EOs will be challenged by activist judges and lawyers then make its way to the supreme court where we have a clear advantage now.

      The 9th circuit (circus of liberals) US court of appeals just upheld the blocking of Trumps rescindment of DACA. Its unbelievably retarded that a US federal court allows protection for non-citizens. Even more amazing that Obama was allowed to grant DACA through an EO (give protection to non citizens) and this wasnt challenged, yet revoking it was challenged. this will goto supreme court and we will win.

      the house will continue to obstruct and impeach (impeachment is just an indictment, a charge, not a conviction) and the Senate will never convict. we have a solid Senate majority. theyll try to impeach Trump, Kavanaugh, Rush Limbaugh, wypipo…everything.

      but also note that the communist liberals are trying to steal the FL and AZ senate races through fraud to further halt the red majority. they will fail here also. it’s just a stall tactic.

      As we’ve seen before, Trump will handle these things and play them to an advantage.

      He needs support though, and God help him that there are less traitors in the ranks over the next few years.

      And cheers to Darth Bader Jewburg croaking. The worst of the unamerican activist judges.

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      • Good recap, Ripp.

        Though I’m not as optimistic as I’d like to be regarding these upcoming and potential recounts.

        Only time will tell.

        To quote a wise man: I’m glad you’re all my brothers

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      • Darth Bader, lulz.

        I wonder: has humor and the relative dearth of real humor and wit on the Left converted more to our side than we think?

        The ONLY leftys who have a decent quip or rhetoric these days are those who have hordes of writers working 24-7 to come up w material, and even they fail to rise above their mouth-frothing politicizing in order to be, well, actually funny.

        Sarcasm is the lowest form of humor. Or can we say that snark is lower?

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 10:02 am UndertheDRADIS

        No, the House initiates tax bills. The Senate initiates spending bills.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 11:04 am UndertheDRADIS

        Rumors of her demise have been greatly exaggerated.

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      • @Under

        Correct. House initiates revenue (tax) bills, Senate initates spending.

        And unfrotunately the House will not be able to decrease taxes with this faggot liberal majority. They know taxes and fees cripple private industry, which criples whites, mostly. Higher taxes help non-whites, through government beaurocracy and growth.

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      • @Mendo
        Ah appreciate cha!

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      • Insane that the caravan are filling a lawsuit against the US Government…

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      • @licthoff

        im not a lawyer but I have experience in suing (and winning).

        when the trump admin replies to the complaint I’m sure theyll ask for everything to be dismissed with prejudice and the lawyers will then be barred from making another complaint that is similar.

        how can it be possible that a foreign national can sue the US president for upholding constitutionally protected authority?

        the fuckery going on is insanely awesomely retarded

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      • They’ve already succeeded in AZ afaik.

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    • Losing the House by a razor-thin margin throws government into chaos. Trump creates chaos because he thrives on chaos. Watch the chicken salad he makes out of this chicken shit.

      It is a damn sight better than having forty reliable saboteurs of his own party (including the Speaker!) undermining everything he is trying to do. Relinquishing the lower house for two years was necessary to purge the cux. They all retired this year, which gave marginal purple districts an opening to list leftward until 2020: The Retrumpening. The Senate replacing cucks Flake & Corker with Trump-era republicans is a foretaste of what will happen to the House.

      Although every little thing that does or does not happen twists the panties of impatient blackpill cynics and overreaching WCVOWOOT fed-plants, reforming the other two branches by their nature requires a generational time scale. Article II was meant for decisive action (unity/execution), whereas Article I (faction/deliberation) and Article III (detachment/life terms) were designed not to change direction instantaneously. They were corrupted for 50-100 years; they won’t/can’t be purified overnight.

      In the meantime our excitable “screw your optics” LCD brothers have to learn some zen, direct their energy to where it is strategically useful, and discover the utility of keeping their powder dry for maximum political effectiveness. Going off half-cocked is for retards and omegas. Trump and Whitaker are Whole-Cock kind of guys.

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      • “Trump and Whitaker are Whole-Cock kind of guys”
        Amen.

        King- stick to politics.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 12:30 pm Rhuobe the Manslayer

        Too many guys are mixing up their politics with their personal problems. It’s not that they aren’t related, obviously, but they tend to lead to irrationality when combined.
        The anti-optics guy no doubt submitted his political will to his own isolation and mental illness, so he ended up doing the stupidest thing possible; he shot a bunch of elderly religious people in a synagogue. Same with Dylan Roof.
        No sense whatsoever.

        Muslim territorists could cause havoc by destroying any kindergarten they chose, but they don’t. They know that will enrage the people to the point they retaliate. They know better than the more alt-retard guys.

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      • Whole cock should have been fully cocked- the expression refers to flint locks

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 3:09 pm Les Saunders, Protestant

        No one has addressed the fact that Romney is now in the senate.

        Just what is he doing there?

        Is he going to launch a primary campaign against Trump in ’20? Is he going to try to derail the agenda?

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      • Les,

        Yeah, pretty much. Now that his bottom, Cuck Ryan, is gone, he needs to keep up the NeverTrumper movements.

        Friggin’ mormons

        And we got a fat fuck mormon bastard here at work. He won’t drink or smoke because it’s bad for the body, but he’ll slurp gallons of HFCS and tons o’processed carbs.

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      • “a generational time scale”??? Within a generation Whites will be a minority and a much smaller voting minority when you take SWW into account.

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  13. to be played by Vince Vaughn in the movie

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  14. He just has that Div I football coach look.

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  15. For the libtards that want to argue, Trump is perfectly within his right through the constitution and historical precedent to fire (ask for resignation) of his AG.

    Here is historical ammo:
    https://constitutioncenter.org/blog/jeff-sessions-removal-rare-but-not-without-precedent

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    • I have NEVER understood why precedence is such a big deal in the world of law and politics. Because someone sixty years ago made a decision a certain way, for some reason that means we have to follow the same practice, generations later and with a COMPLETELY different context? It boggles the mind.

      For real: courts need to drop all this knob-slobbing on “precedence.” Different context, different case, analyse it as such, and quit using “precedence” as an excuse to be lazy and a coward, who doesn’t want to risk their own reputation on a tough call and so they let the words of men dead for decades decide for them in the here and now.

      Illogical, despicable behavior.

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  16. If I where to shave my face and head I’d look like this guys son or brother, same serious scowl on our face and everything. And my last name translates to “the Matthews” oddly enough…

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  17. http://www.informationliberation.com/?id=59329

    Look at the size difference between Sessions and Whitaker. Sessions is 5’5″ so manlet confirmed. And Whitaker is at least 6’2″ and probably in the well-muscled 250lbs range. At 49 years old.
    Phyzz is everything.

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 8:13 am Corinth Arkadin

      I would opine that the moniker ‘manlet’ is not really a height aspect, but part of a 360 view.

      Height doesn’t do it alone, but when height, mass, Game (or lack thereof), Physiognomy, accouterments (glasses, style) are added, the mean equals Toxic Masculinity or SoiBoi.

      Some righteous #MAGA folk are shorter than average but compensate with mass, stamina and, of course, zeal.

      There is a scale. CH should actually draft a scorecard in which these aspects are applied, or subtracted, as part of a monthly status report on /ourguys/.

      Trump sure as sh!t does this.

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      • It’s just so rare that a short man is as alpha because he by definition has lower smv. It’s because you can’t really ZFG about what you say to a stronger man because he can put you on your ass in one blow if he’s strong.

        At the same token, a gorilla is more powerful than any human yet we stick them in cages for amusement. That’s why Jevvs like to do mind games to keep the blonde beast caged up because if he gets out they know it’s over.

        My rule is that I don’t want to be ruled by someone who women don’t want. It is a grotesque abomination to be ruled by people with a substantially lower SMV than oneself. I’m not saying that the president always has to be THE A1 alpha in the country, but he’s at least gotta be 2-3 standard deviations above your average beta.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 8:46 am Corinth Arkadin

        The Law of the Street (back home years ago) was, “Can you beat me? No? Then STFU.”

        That Law should carry over. “Can you beat me? No? Then why are you telling me what to do?”

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      • My rule is that I don’t want to be ruled by someone who women don’t want.

        Lead the men, the women follow…

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      • Chicken or the egg really. Trump has been alpha since the time he left his dad’s sack. Most of the highest level alphas are the same.

        I can remember who was alpha and who was not from elementary school. Little has changed to this day, with only a few exceptions. I don’t know how many of y’all live in the coasts, but rest assured the seed is strong in the Midwest. The specialites next move will be to literally, chemically poision the alpha out of whites through food and water supply if they want really want us gone. Natural alphas are immune to brainwashing; the testosterone is the light side of the force.

        Liberals maintain their grip through nervous striving alone. Endless, neurotic expenditure of energy. Alphas return in times of scarcity and effortlessly wrest the whip away from our soymasters and rebase the society. It has always happened and always will; God always pays his debts.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 10:47 am John Joel Glanton

        @Leshitlourde

        It’s really racial. Most of the alphas, pretty girls and achievers from high-school I remember were very Nordic. The Midwest is that way because it’s all Germans and Swedes there. The smelly losers and faggots were and still are varying shades of mystery meat.

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    • Whitaker is breaking 300 pounds

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  18. on November 9, 2018 at 7:54 am Elmer T. Jones

    Where have I seen that face?…

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  19. Aryan Alpha men – a Blessing from the Lord

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  20. The president should begin directing the immigration agencies to resettle the immigrants and refugees that DO arrive in 99% white liberal neighborhoods so that they can begin to feel the diversity firsthand. Start giving them what they want. Don’t do what Obama was doing – which was sending them to places like Minnesota, Idaho and Maine. No, no, no, that’s too easy. Send them where they are going to feel it the most. Open a refugee resettlement center (or a few!) right smack in the middle of NW DC. Or smack in the middle of Bethesda. Shove the diversity down their throats – and you will suddenly see them begin to change. Studies have shown that exposure to immigrants changes liberals into conservatives. We’ve been doing it all wrong – let the liberals get a taste of their own medicine.

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    • I believe real, open, and public black knighting w immigration is a tactic that would work wonders on Weak Whites. We should openly, in campaigns, be calling for the funding and hosting of various immigrants by those who supported their immigration thru public support, party affiliation, and thier vote. No more secret voting, which the Left never respect anyway.

      The first in line should be all the fake christian and Catholic charities that made bank off of moozloid immigration. Forced co-living and footing the bill. Sad that some would still not learn after their children get raped or cut up into pieces.

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    • I believe real, open, and public black knighting w immigration is a tactic that would work wonders on Weak Whites. We should openly, in campaigns, be calling for the funding and hosting of various immigrants by those who supported their immigration thru public support, party affiliation, and thier vote. No more secret voting, which the Left never respect anyway.

      The first in line should be all the fake christian and Catholic charities that made bank off of moozloid immigration. Forced co-living and footing the bill

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    • This. 1000x this.

      Target Bethesda/Chevy Chase, NW DC, North Arlington for a start. Then Marin County, Palo Alto, Mountain View. Then Upper East/West sides.

      Make the sh*tlibs live among the 3rd world hordes they fetish. Our troubles would be over quite soon.

      Like that refugee hotel in Toronto. Libs need much more exposure to their 3rd world pets.

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    • The Feds can buy hotels and change them overnight into refugee shelters.

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    • Good idea, but should be a bit more strategic. Let’s target swing state districts. Pennsylvania, Ohio, Michigan, Wisconsin etc.

      The DC electorate doesn’t matter and the DC elite won’t change their minds, i.e., we won’t see some change in the media etc. as a a result.

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    • Turn Martha’s Vineyard into a CONUS central processing center, a modern Ellis Island.

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 11:04 am John Joel Glanton

      Better yet, send the liberals to Mexico so they don’t piss in the gene pool anymore than they already have.

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    • After the fires pass, there should be some nice, newly created, wide open spaces in Malibu that might house them.

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  21. Any lawfags know how long Whitaker can remain acting AG? So far it seems like he’s better than anyone Trump could get through the Senate, so just keep him there for the next 6 years.

    Also, despite his recent popularity, I think Lindsey Graham would be a disaster as AG.

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  22. Whittaker can remain as acting AG for 210. Then a confirmed AG needs to take the helm.

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  23. which one of you alt kIkers shot my bar up and lit my community on fire yesterday?

    day after election? shooting at me and my people again? lighting two fires within 15 minutes of each other? why do you hate me and white women? you can’t beat me i already won. my beach might burn to the ground but it’s still mine.

    someone will get dropped for this

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  24. First ever viewing of Dark Knight Rises last night.

    Antifags have adopted the darkness. AG Whitaker was born in it.

    AG Soul-taker?

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  25. Before you bag too heavily on Session, remember that he has teed everything up for Whitaker. The brought in the big guy to hit the ball 300 yards. Good cop, bad cop.

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  26. Before you bag too heavily on Session, remember that he has teed everything up for Whitaker. The brought in the big guy to hit the ball 300 yards. Good cop, bad cop.

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    • from the prior thread…

      Time for a history lesson.

      Listen up…

      During the campaign Trump was being attacked by his own party even through the convention. Sessions was one of the very few sitting Senators who were willing to support Trump. That support was crucial to getting more of the GOP machine behind him and getting other big hitters as well. Recall Manafort was brought in for the precise reason of getting convention delegates on board with nominating Trump.

      Shit is not like the movies…

      Making Sessions AG was quid pro quo for his support. Sessions dream was to be AG. Trump thought Sessions was a believer and was shocked at his recusing himself on Day 10…

      A Leopard won’t change it’s spots…

      They call all this stuff “politics” btw…

      see things how they are, not how you want them to be. else you end up with Q like ex post facto rationalizations.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 9:57 am Carlos Danger

        Another guy who never reads Q posts but is an expert on them. The failure is in the interpretation not what is said.

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      • Not ex-post-facto at all. It all is based on the fact that Sessions set up Huber to go after the swamp, specifically in a place where he wouldn’t be impeded by the usual culprits. When the hammer comes down, everything must be in place legally – Sessions said as much.

        It doesn’t require argumentum ad Q to come to this conclusion.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 9:58 am Carlos Danger

        That is if there is any failure at all. Q is far more reliable than the arm chair quarterbacks around here. WWG1WGA!

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      • We
        Will
        Get
        1
        When
        God
        Allows
        ?

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 5:35 pm Alex the Goon

        where we go one we go all (cant tell if you were asking or joking)

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    • Another guy who never reads Q posts but is an expert on them.

      a) Your assertion is false. I’ve read Q posts. I don’t comment much on them.

      b) Never said i was an expert on Q, or astrology, or numerology or whatever feeling the bumps on your head is called…

      Just reality, all this “activate Sessions” and “Sessions is busy with secret grand juries and 30k indictments” – wannabetruism – just ain’t true.

      What is true is what we saw play out. Sessions is a politician – gasp! A US Senator is a politician!!! Next you will tell me there is gambling in Casablanca???

      As a politician he supported Trump to get what he wanted, and at the first sign of conflict he recused himself. Just the flip side of Lindsey Graham, who has flipped to supporting Trump because – and this is the crux of these things – it serves his near term political interests to do so. That’s it…

      These things are not so complex.

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      • oink makes more sense than Q, if you wanna talk about reading posts.

        Hell, gunslingergregi is like the Oracle at Delphi compared to those silly and oft-proven-bullshit alt-R echo chambers.

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      • Further … Sessions appointment of Obama era US Attorney – and Mormon -Huber from the heart of the NeverTrump land to investigate the heavily Mormon FBI, while declining requests for a special counsel, is troubling on its face…

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      • here I am, quietly going through the thread and

        LO!

        muh blackpillin’ alphabet-soup-nondenominational faint’praising muh name!?!?

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      • ?!??
        why do I need to remind y’all assorted cuck & massa types that Cap’Odious and I were the only ones not to blackpill on our beloved TrumpFuhrer?!!

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      • Have you ever seen oink and Q in the same room together? Hmm. . .

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      • The only yeggs I trust ’round chere is me and you…

        … and I’m not really sure about you. 😉

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 11:25 am Captain Obvious

        Oink is JIDF pretending to be a mystic Chr!stian poasting in the style of Q.

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      • There are a couple of enigmas wrapped in conundrums enveloped by mysteries ’round chere.

        But the chateau DOES deserve the finest caliber of shilling that money can buy, amirite?

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 1:04 pm Carlos Danger

        I disagree. Huber has been busy indicting people with a big staff of over 470 people out in Utah. The indictments are listed on several websites. Things didn’t happen according to your schedule and you all moan about it. The situation is fluid and the plans change with them. What you say does not exclude anything Q said either. I know of no better source and if you do please provide one. Q has been a light in an otherwise very dark tunnel. Pretty much everyone is speculating as it is, including you. The enemy listens to him and goes to great lengths to discredit him. They wouldn’t do that for a LARP. That tells me a great deal. Trump has provided so many tells that there can be no doubt he is in on the Q drops and uses them to pass information to the faithful, pass disinformation to the enemy and to send commands to operatives. When it happens as he says all of you will suddenly be Q’s biggest supporters. This isn’t that complicated either. You have dabbled in a few Q posts and decided you didn’t want to play. That is true of everyone who criticizes him. Everyone is a genius here but none of you have any answers either. I’ll stick to Q.

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      • Do what you want as far as your trust goes, but your track record ’round chere speaks for itself… and don’t make me list yet again the innumerable predictions and promises of yours that came a cropper.

        Whether they all came from Q or some of your other “inside sources” I’m sure I don’t know, but I’ll just categorize them all together as unreliable because the granularity is tedious enough.

        And the REAL tell on it all is the passive-aggressive and egregious ad hominem tantrums you pull whenever someone dares to question.

        Meh on all that… the past few weeks ’round chere have vindicated the correct side of things, and right now things are looking up in general with this new AG.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 1:16 pm Carlos Danger

        A special counsel would come from the swamp, have a small staff and take years to come up with the needed indictments, if ever. Look at Mueller. He would be subject to the influences of the swamp and be subject to their control, blackmail and bribes. Q addressed the question many times. Huber is working out of the NSA information storage complex in Utah where he has all the needed information at his fingertips with a staff of some 470 people. Your logic on the question is ill informed and troubling on its face. As I said above, you are at best half informed on the subject and pretending to be an expert because you imagine a different pace of events. As I said, I will stick to Q. I have yet to hear a convincing argument from any of you naysayers nor an informed one.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 1:19 pm Carlos Danger

        Greg, what is your track record but empty criticism, conflation of incongruent points and poor logic? What is happening now that is getting you to wet your pants and talk lots of trash has been said by Q for some time but you refuse to give it credit. As I have said 1000 times before, you will be the biggest cheerleader when it finally goes down and claim you knew Q was right all along.

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      • Greg, what is your track record but empty criticism, conflation of incongruent points and poor logic?

        My track record is being right about calling out bullshit and voicing skepticism where it proved to be warranted.

        Along the way I’ve added some wisdom from experience on various topics, some much-needed Scripture and rebukes where appropriate, and general atta-boys and encouragement where and when deserved, and taking out the trash.

        Jests, meaty or falling flat, thrown into the bargain, gratis.

        What is happening now that is getting you to wet your pants and talk lots of trash has been said by Q for some time but you refuse to give it credit.

        Even CH devoted a recent entire thread to pointing out how wrong Q was in the case of Sessions, so egregious was the strike out on that account. Others have started chiming in more and more on the dubious nature of these sources as well, so there’s that.

        I give credit where it’s been earned, and thus far, stupidly cryptic sources haven’t cut the mustard.

        As I have said 1000 times before, you will be the biggest cheerleader when it finally goes down and claim you knew Q was right all along.

        If true, at least I will have waited UNTIL Q proved to be right… unlike you, who have trumpeted victory from the rooftops innumerable times, when the sound turned out to be a wah-wah of failed promises and prognostications.

        And for the record, what’s been said 1000 times is that I will be happy to admit I was wrong and undeservedly impatient when all those hammers finally do come down, as predicted… but case in point, now that Trump has finally gotten rid of the invisible man, neither you NOR your sources predicted the arrival of Mr. Clean, so you don’t get to take credit for that.

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      • here I am, quietly going through the thread and

        LO!

        muh blackpillin’ alphabet-soup-nondenominational faint’praising muh name!?!?

        If you think me saying that you make more sense than Q is praise, then you’d better curb your enthusiasm as well as check your premises.

        Add yet another word to the list where you don’t get to write your own dictionary, oink… I already slapped you around over the definition of black pill several times… now I have to tell you what praise is?

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      • don’t they teach you what “faint praise” means; at that fancy alphabet soup agency of yours?

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      • Seb Gorka said in an interview today that Q is straight up BS.

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      • Carlos

        I’ve not the time to respond point by point on my phone. Tell us just what is the number of sealed indictments? And what is going to happen on 11/11?

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      • Seb Gorka said in an interview today that Q is straight up BS.

        The only one left saying it’s NOT bs is Danger.

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  27. Sessions did what he needed to do. How do you think he got the nickname “Silent Executioner” back in Alabama? We are operating off of a sliver of information on the whole picture. Sessions has been annihilating the child porn and pedophile rings across the country. And immigration too. He’s done his job, now it’s time for open warfare.

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    • This. Sessions organized, fought and stopped the Bush immigration sellout in 07. He was the first GOP supporter of Trump, reassuring normal conservatives Trump would not go Arnold Schwarzenegger left on them. I’d love to see him run against Jones in AL in 2020. He will never sell us out, he just isn’t a street fighter.

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 9:53 am Carlos Danger

      Thank you. Sessions did the needed methodical prep work and had Huber prepare all the sealed indictments while cleaning out the traitors in the DoJ. He was the first half QB and set things up for the second half. Do you live in Alabama by any chance?

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    • Sessions will take back his Senate seat in 2020, where he was more effective. Personnel is policy, and for all the good work he did behind the scenes, he was too full o’ the milk of human kindness to be AG in a time of spectacular televised war.

      “Executioner” is fine, but “Silent” is useless. Every victory has to be rubbed in the faces of every soybot to emphasize that they cannot ever win. Weak as the enemy is individually, their pathology is relentless and must be met with an equal relentlessness. A personality like a Border Wall is required.

      A touch of sadism doesn’t hurt (heh), either.:

      On the other hand, you had some that decided to “let’s stay away.” “Let’s stay away.” They did very poorly. I’m not sure that I should be happy or sad, but I feel just fine about it.

      Carlos Curbelo; Mike Coffman — too bad, Mike; Mia Love. I saw Mia Love. She’d call me all the time to help her with a hostage situation. Being held hostage in Venezuela. But Mia Love gave me no love, and she lost. Too bad. Sorry about that, Mia.

      And Barbara Comstock was another one. I mean, I think she could have run that race, but she didn’t want to have any embrace. For that, I don’t blame her. But she — she lost. Substantially lost.

      Peter Roskam didn’t want the embrace. Erik Paulsen didn’t want the embrace. And in New Jersey, I think he could have done well, but didn’t work out too good.

      Bob Hugin, I feel badly because I think that’s something that could have been won. That’s a race that could have been won. That’s a race that could have been won. John Faso …

      — Trump presser

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    • Sessions will take back his Senate seat in 2020, where he was more effective. Personnel is policy, and for all the good work he did behind the scenes, he was too full o’ the milk of human kindness to be AG in a time of spectacular televised war.

      “Executioner” is fine, but “Silent” is useless. Every victory has to be rubbed in the faces of every soybot to emphasize that they cannot ever win. Weak as the enemy is individually, their pathology is relentless and must be met with an equal relentlessness. A personality like a Border Wall is required.

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      • A touch of sadism doesn’t hurt (heh), either.:

        Carlos Curbelo; Mike Coffman — too bad, Mike; Mia Love. I saw Mia Love. She’d call me all the time to help her with a hostage situation. Being held hostage in Venezuela. But Mia Love gave me no love, and she lost. Too bad. Sorry about that, Mia.

        — Trump presser

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      • A touch of sadísm doesn’t hurt (heh), either.:

        On the other hand, you had some that decided to “let’s stay away.” “Let’s stay away.” They did very poorly. I’m not sure that I should be happy or sad, but I feel just fine about it.

        Carlos Curbelo; Mike Coffman — too bad, Mike; Mía Lóve. I saw Mía Lóve. She’d call me all the tíme to help her wíth a hóstage sítuatíon. Being held hóstage in Venezuela. But Mía Lóve gave me no lóve, and she lost. Too bad. Sorry about that, Mía.

        And Barbara Comstock was another one. I mean, I think she could have run that race, but she didn’t want to have any embrace. For that, I don’t blame her. But she — she lost. Substantially lost.

        Peter Roskam didn’t want the embrace. Erik Paulsen didn’t want the embrace. And in New Jersey, I think he could have done well, but didn’t work out too good.

        Bob Hugin, I feel badly because I think that’s something that could have been won. That’s a race that could have been won. That’s a race that could have been won. John Faso …

        — Trump presser

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      • And Mia Love was a “conservative” darling when she first won. Some folk gotta learn the hard way

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      • Trouble with learning the hard way is that it’s often a lesson learned good and hard.

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    • Yup… the old gentleman AG served his purpose and stepped aside for the Chad AG.

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 10:25 am Mandy been here a while

      Jeff Sessions is a decent and loyal American who deserves respect as opposed to the cowardly Ryan.

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  28. I’ve been dropping fat like crazy lately and putting on some extra muscle. I’m starting to look like an SS recruiting poster. I wonder if GEOTUS might have an open position for me somewhere.

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  29. Agree with Tipsy below. Sessions isn’t the executioner, true. But he came into the role with a very strong reputation of a man who got things DONE. And, in this sense, he did: there are thousands of sealed indictments sitting in the office of the DOJ waiting to be released, a Sword of Damocles that represents two years of hard, unrewarding work. Sessions, Huber, and their respective teams invested thousands of hours of investigation, witness interviews, and case law research to build this colossal doomsday weapon.

    Now, I believe we have the AG to wield it.

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  30. Mr. Clean is here to erase the swamp on a compressed schedule.

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  31. What a unit! I get the impression “Did you just assume someone’s gender?” has never even had the possibility of crossing his mind

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  32. Secret Recording of AG Whitaker and Robert Mueller discussing Russia investigation leaked:

    “DO YOU FEEL IN CHARGE?”

    “What are you!?”

    “I’M TRUMP’S RECKONING”

    lzolzolzolzolzolzol

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    • This will never get old

      Trump already boosted some lines from TDKR as part of his Inauguration Speech:

      Also, Bane’s coat is badass. I’d get one if I lived in a cold area.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 9:24 am Corinth Arkadin

        I have a 70’s era Yak Fur coat that I got off ebay three years before Bane showed up in it.

        Worth every cent when the weather drops to 13 degrees.

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      • Call it a yaket

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      • Don’t forget to dab on the musk.

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      • Swedish Army officer’s coat. From before the Great Köckening.

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      • Its a wwii sheep skin aviators coat. They are very warm but hard to find

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      • Oh right there you go. I thought there was something a bit off about it, so I looked it up. It’s a pastiche designed for the film by Lindy Hemming (is that a joke?)
        “Bane was meant to look like a cross between a dictator and a revolutionary,” she said. “I designed the coat myself – it took a year. We took inspiration from a Swedish army jacket and a French Revolution frock coat and amalgamated the two. It was a pain to have made, because in LA shearling is not their sort of thing: there weren’t the tailors who could work with the fabric.”

        Real deal
        https://www.for-sale.co.uk/swedish-sheepskin-coat
        Personally I rock an Arthur Daley/John Motson Antartex number.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 4:27 pm Corinth Arkadin

        The coat I own is 1970’s leather with yak collar. If worn right, it’s total Alpha peacocking.

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      • It’s shearling. The good ones are relatively light and supple like a female’s mouton coat. You can wear them even when it’s not frigid. I’ve had a number of them over the years in different styles.
        overland.com/products/mckinley-black-shearling-sheepskin-coat-28793

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  33. Skull Brynner is on the scene

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  34. Wilson Fisk always delivered.

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  35. on November 9, 2018 at 9:17 am John Joel Glanton

    Looks like the type of dude would drive a Humvee through a concrete wall if ordered to. Good pick Trump.

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  36. God Save the King

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  37. He looks like he could walk into the MMA octagon, throw everyone out of it, and then body slam John Cena with one arm tied behind his back.

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  38. He took over just in time from RR…like Anglin said, “I wouldn’t be surprised if Tucker Carlson’s wife is arrested for being alone inside the house while Antifa were kicking her door in. Based on the precedent set by Rod Rosenstein’s Justice Department, getting attacked by Antifa is a federal crime.”

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  39. Brennan may get his constitutional crisis started in Florida if the Dems enlist antifa brown shirts to protect their vote counting. I’d wager shots will be fired. This is the kind of shyeet that can precipitate Civil War II.

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  40. (((NYT))) screeching about how appointment of Whitaker is “unconstitutional”.

    Seems like no greater weapon has been brandished against White America than that damn piece of paper that was supposed to guard over us.

    Shakespeare was right: first thing you gotta do is kill all the lawyers.

    (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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    • It is like a train that is NEVER late. You can set your watch to the outrage-o-meter.

      There are three entire articles dedicated now to why Whitaker shouldn’t be AG because (((reasons))). They truly hate our guts and want us eradicated from earth, never lose sight of this people. But… they do fear us. Bigly. And fear is one of the most powerful drivers on behavior on the planet. We need to amplify that fear so that they either overplay their hand even worse, or cowl into submission.

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  41. OT: I don’t remember this article being noticed in your blog, Heartiste:

    EBERSBACH-NEUGERSDORF, Germany — Frank Dehmel was on the streets of East Germany in 1989. Every Monday, he marched against the Communist regime, demanding freedom and democracy and chanting with the crowds: “We are the people!”

    Three decades later, Mr. Dehmel is on the streets again, older and angrier, and chanting the same slogan — this time for the far right.

    He won freedom and democracy when the Berlin Wall came down 29 years ago on Nov. 9. But he lost everything else: His job, his status, his country — and his wife. Like so many eastern women, she went west to look for work and never came back.

    East German men were abandoned by their newly united country practically overnight, Ms. Köpping said: “They are the original left-behinds.”

    And they were quite literally left behind — by the women.

    Long before the #MeToo movement, Communism succeeded in creating a broad class of women who were independent, emancipated, often better educated and working in more adaptable service jobs than eastern men.

    After the wall came down, the East lost more than 10 percent of its population. Two-thirds of those who left and did not come back were young women.

    It was the most extreme case of female flight in Europe, said Reiner Klingholz, director of the Berlin Institute for Population and Development, who has studied the phenomenon. Only the Arctic Circle and a few islands off the coast of Turkey suffer comparable male-female imbalances.

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    • I don’t remember this article being noticed in your blog, Heartiste

      Probably because it’s YET ANOTHER Narrative bullshit neener-neener of “can’t get laid” agitprop.

      [CH: maybe not, but i’d have to see cites for the bold claim made in the article that there was massive female flight from east germany post-communism.]

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 1:22 pm Carlos Danger

        Actually there was. It was the subject of numerous documentaries over here in the 90s and early 2000s, to the point of being a truism.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 1:23 pm Carlos Danger

        But they are angry about other things.

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      • Beyond how the NYT spins the news, It was interesting as an example of blatant hypergamy and how the labor market is divided between a (female) services sector and a (male) manufacturing sector.

        More manufacturing means more power to men, where more services sector is better suited for a feminized society.

        It is no coincidence that Trump wants more manufacturing jobs.

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      • That’s an excellent point about bringing back manufacturing jobs.

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      • I posted it on here 3 days ago smh

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    • I don’t doubt the facts of the demographics… what I don’t like is the Narrative being used as a hammer, as if the only reason these East German men are now turning to the Right is because they’re “less educated losers getting left behind, can’t get laid, etc.”

      (((They))) tried the same agitprop over on this side of the pond to describe Trump’s base.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 3:10 pm Carlos Danger

        They use it in Germany too.

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      • I don’t like it neither, of course. But, imo, this article is a testament that a service oriented economy is better suited for soy boys and women.

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      • on November 9, 2018 at 3:13 pm Carlos Danger

        Prussians are simply more comfortable with authoritarians systems and they are pissed at what is happening in Germany, the long sought after Western dream slipping through their fingers just as they get to the trough. They have also not been subjected to anti German propaganda to the same extent.

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      • I don’t think anyone ever doubted that

        … leastwise, not us yeggs ’round chere. 😉

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      • Funny thing is a few of those nahzees in Chemnitz are built like brick shithouses and have hot women. Believe me.

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  42. B!rth rate data for 2017 are available now from CDC NCHS.

    Total Fert!lity Rates for Hispanics, Asians, and American Indians fell by nearly 0.1 child/woman from 2016, are now 2.01, 1.60, and 1.70 respectively. Whites were down about 0.05 to 1.65. Blacks annoyingly were down by only 0.01 to 1.82, due seemingly to black women in their 30s, who actually have lower b!rth rates than white women in their 30s, getting baby-rabies. But African immigration would also be stalling their drop.

    By states, all New England states and Oregon are now below 1.6 child/woman. They plus New York, Pennsylvania, California, and Colorado are below 1.7.

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    • Also, Puerto Rico is at 1.1 child/woman. Not kidding. San Juan will be a ghost town in a few decades. It’s like a laboratory for what’s happening to a purely Democrat population. Remember, even in New England and Oregon, Dems outnumber GOP voters by “only” 2:1. Puerto Rico, by contrast, voted for Narco Lubio in the GOP primary, something which only DC did stateside.

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    • Wow all those black baybeez? Who’s gonna pay for it all? Will us Yuropoors have Sor Bob Cunting Geldof back on the telly asking us to send all our moneys and houses and clothes and, and, and .. to the starving hordes of Former USA?

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    • Thanks for the fascinating data points and on the whole not bad news.

      We still must send many folks back and stop future immigration obviously that and removing the Left is the only way to prevent Bosnia x Rwanda

      However Hispanic TFR is now below replacement and “winning” the Demographic war for Whites only requires a .6 increase in TFR which could well happen as the more fertile crowd/religious/shitlord begins to edge out the less fertile.

      Also re: Black TFR , with the extremely highly Black homicide and incarceration rates, that a pretty low fertility

      All in all interesting and at least not pure Black pill territory

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    • on November 9, 2018 at 4:22 pm baked georgia

      and cuckservatives think we should close abortion clinics that target blacks and wetbacks

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  43. Sessions appears to be an upstanding Southern gentlemen who made the mistake of thinking others in the government were the same or at least a modicum of integrity.

    He was instrumental in being one of the first major Senators to endorse Trump and that rally in Alabama had upwards of 30k people!

    I don’t doubt he internally regrets his own recusal and in some ways, reminds me of Tommy Lee Jones in No Country For Old Men

    Time to ride off with his papi.

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  44. That guy looks as hard as rock.

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  45. https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2018/11/09/short-list-8-potential-america-first-candidates-for-attorney-general/

    Phyz wise I’m not reassured by any of these but I guess I’d go with the top left or top right. I think we’d better just keep Bane.

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