Deep State Update

The Hill and Daily Caller (hi, chuck!) have been publishing fantastic reporting on the criminal syndicate known as the Deep State. At least someone is doing the investigative work that the leftoid media won’t do.

FBI email chain may provide most damning evidence of FISA abuses yet

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The email exchanges included then-FBI Director James Comey, key FBI investigators in the Russia probe and lawyers in the DOJ’s national security division, and they occurred in early to mid-October, before the FBI successfully secured a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

The email exchanges show the FBI was aware — before it secured the now-infamous warrant — that there were intelligence community concerns about the reliability of the main evidence used to support it: the Christopher Steele dossier.

The exchanges also indicate FBI officials were aware that Steele, the former MI6 British intelligence operative then working as a confidential human source for the bureau, had contacts with news media reporters before the FISA warrant was secured.

The FBI fired Steele on Nov. 1, 2016 — two weeks after securing the warrant — on the grounds that he had unauthorized contacts with the news media.

But the FBI withheld from the American public and Congress, until months later, that Steele had been paid to find his dirt on Trump by a firm doing political opposition research for the Democratic Party and for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, and that Steele himself harbored hatred for Trump.

If the FBI knew of his media contacts and the concerns about the reliability of his dossier before seeking the warrant, it would constitute a serious breach of FISA regulations and the trust that the FISA court places in the FBI.

That’s because the FBI has an obligation to certify to the court before it approves FISA warrants that its evidence is verified, and to alert the judges to any flaws in its evidence or information that suggest the target might be innocent.

We now know the FBI used an article from Yahoo News as independent corroboration for the Steele dossier when, in fact, Steele had talked to the news outlet.

If the FBI knew Steele had that media contact before it submitted the article, it likely would be guilty of circular intelligence reporting, a forbidden tactic in which two pieces of evidence are portrayed as independent corroboration when, in fact, they originated from the same source.

These issues are why the FBI email chain, kept from most members of Congress for the past two years, suddenly landed on the declassification list. […]

Sources tell me the email chain provides the most direct evidence that the bureau, and possibly the DOJ, had reasons to doubt the Steele dossier before the FISA warrant was secured.

But a coup was underway, so the FISA judges had to be deceived as part of the plan.

Sources say the specifics of the email chain remain classified, but its general sentiments about the Steele dossier and the media contacts have been discussed in nonclassified settings.

“If these documents are released, the American public will have clear and convincing evidence to see the FISA warrant that escalated the Russia probe just before Election Day was flawed and the judges [were] misled,” one knowledgeable source told me.

Congressional investigators also have growing evidence that some evidence inserted into the fourth and final application for the FISA — a document signed by current Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — was suspect.

Nunes hinted as much himself in comments he made on Sean Hannity’s Fox News TV show on Nov. 20, when he disclosed the FBI email string was added to the declassification request. The release of the documents will “give finality to everyone who wants to know what their government did to a political campaign” and verify that the Trump campaign did not collude with Russia during the election, Nunes said.

As more of the secret evidence used to justify the Russia probe becomes public, an increasingly dark portrait of the FBI’s conduct emerges.

The lawlessness of the FBI, CIA, and DOJ beggar belief. I’m not kidding when I say creeps like Brennan, Comey, Clapper, Strzok, Rosenstein, and Mueller should be in the docket to answer for their crimes of treason.

One screen, two movies, and the movie shitlibs are watching is pure fiction.





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  1. on December 5, 2018 at 7:51 pm Sean Fielding

    Wrote yesterday that Trump played 2 years of checkers. And he did. But there is Trump’s luck. Tucker had a pundit on last night despairing of ever seeing justice for these crimes, because weak Sessions. But 2 years of weak Sessions has meant the Deep State laid a lot on the table that would otherwise have stayed hidden. If Trump appoints a hyper-aggressive AG next, shit may go down.

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  2. on December 5, 2018 at 7:53 pm Captain Obvious

    >>>>> “But a coup was underway, so the FISA judges had to be deceived as part of the plan.”

    I’m getting even moar cynical than that.

    I don’t think there’s a single Carter/Clinton/Obama appointee who would have failed to signed the FISA warrant, even if they knew [email protected] well that the warrant application was fraudulent.

    And I suspect that many of the Bush [and maybe even some of the Reagan/Nixon] judges would have approved it, as well.

    The Deep State is a club.

    And outsiders like the Uppity Real Estate Developer are strictly verboten.

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    • on December 5, 2018 at 8:24 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

      Call me naïve, but I’m not sure the Deep State even exists. Instead you seem to have cross-currents of moving traffic, which are aligned for a moment and then go their separate ways immediately afterward. Monolithic it’s not.

      This doesn’t mean that highly paid (37% above equiv. private sector) civil service employees wouldn’t act IN UNISON to protect their cushy sinecures; they might. But that’s self-preservation rather than Protocols of Eldersness level.

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      • You’re naive.

        At best.

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      • on December 5, 2018 at 8:34 pm Captain Obvious

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      • Gosh you sound like a fag.

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 4:10 am John Joel Glanton

        The Deep State exists, they killed Kennedy and Romanov, push for immigration reform/amnesty, kill family members of conservative politicians, throw people off buildings, fund terrorism and regime change etc.

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      • The “Deep State” is not a group of people who get together once a week, dressed in robes at the scary castle to discuss who gets murdered next, like something out of Hot Fuzz. It’s the result of unchecked power and ideological alignment within the bureaucratic engines that drive the country.

        There may very well be meetings between some players, such as that group at the State Department,and some people do direct some of the traffic, a la the Clintons. But the majority of this is decentralized, which is what makes it so incredibly difficult to unravel. A criminal conspiracy leaves evidence, and may be unraveled. But how do you stop something that is quite literally the culture of the organization?

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      • Sometimes an agenda just happens to be “known” and people understand that, if they want to get ahead or even just stay where they are, they self-police to follow whatever Narrative they know to be expected.

        So, for example, if “the word is out” that ads should encourage miscegenation, no direct meetings or marching orders from a (((Big Macher))) need be issued to every single agency and copywriter, necessarily. It merely becomes understood that it’s “part of the culture” and “hot right now”.

        Much like people self-police their speech when in certain situations and groups, even when they don’t particular believe in or care for the topic or task at hand.

        Doesn’t mean it’s any less of a “conspiracy”, per se… it’s certainly an agenda that’s pursued by members of whatever group looks to gain by it… and they don’t need for all participants to meet weekly under the cover of night for it to be carried out as fervently as if commands had been issued.

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      • Sometimes an agenda just happens to be “known” and people understand that, if they want to get ahead or even just stay where they are, they self-police to follow whatever Narrative they know to be expected.

        So, for example, if “the word is out” that ads should encourage miscegenation, no direct meetings or marching orders from a (((Big Macher))) need be issued to every single agêncy and copywritêr, necessarily. It merely becomes understood that it’s “part of the culture” and “hot right now”.

        Much like people self-policê their speech when in certain situations and groups, even when they don’t particular believe in or care for the topic or task at hand.

        Doesn’t mean it’s any less of a “conspiracy”, per se… it’s certainly an agenda that’s pursued by members of whatever group looks to gain by it… and they don’t need for all participants to meet weekly under the cover of night for it to be carried out as fervently as if commands had been issued.

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 1:46 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        Hat Tip to Greg Eliot for the lucid explanation. It was most excellent, with the one exception that its suggestion of Deep State seems like it’s an ACTIVE, COORDINATED body SEEKING AN agenda. What you’re describing is the King of all Political Correctness, or lemmings aiming a cliff. Only it’s 1,000 lemmings dragging Heritage America on a cart over the edge of a precipice with it.

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    • Precisely. “Uppity”. Now this is very different from the other bunch of billionaires, who buy into (in the monetary sense) the Club. The Billionaires who constitute the BilliClub, and will BilliClub the electorate and the rest of society. AFAIK, some Billionaires are NOT members of the BilliClub, mainly Bill Gates and Larry Ellison (the data base guy). And others, there are LOTS of Billionaires. And not all heed the call (but many do):
      миллиардеры всех стран, соединяйтесь!

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    • Exactly. The FISA judges were in on it. And they’ve no doubt signed off on all kinds of other illegal FBI activities.

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 11:42 am Captain Obvious

        Such as signing the warrant for the raiding of the home of the PROTECTED-BY-FEDERAL-LAW whistleblower?

        The Rule of Law.

        So gauche.

        So stale.

        So passe.

        So yesterday.

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    • I feel like the dude in Johnny Got His Gun

      K I L L
      K I L L M E

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  3. on December 5, 2018 at 7:55 pm BrachaBenedicta

    Ok. Declas when? When? When?? I’m tired of the Real Soon Now. Let’s get it done with already. What’s he waitin on.

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    • He’s not “waiting” on anything. The idea that he’s going to do anything is pure fiction. He’s helpless or has sold out. I personally think that he just tells people what they want to hear in order to get their support while he pursues a completely different goal. So he may not be on the Deep State’s side, but he sure the hell isn’t on our side, either.

      Pure speculation: tax breaks, and getting in good with Israel. He transformed his posterity into rich and relatively good looking jews. The Israelis (as opposed to our jews) love him. So, he’s put his family into the ruling ethnicity, and simultaneously given them a friendly bolt-hole if things go south.

      I think he knows that the jews rule; he accepted it, turned his descendants into them to give them continued power and influence as the Whites wither; and now has secured their future internationally as well. All this is about the Trump (now (((Trump)))) family and has NOTHING to do with the Deep State or America.

      He’s an oligarchic dynast, not a patriot.

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      • He also has seven grandchiIdren who arent jews.

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      • on December 5, 2018 at 8:20 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        He’s too stubborn to take that easy way out. If you read Art of the Deal in pdf form on the net you’ll see how he relishes a tough fight, Trump does.

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      • (Six, not seven. And likely more from Eric, Tiffany, and Barron)

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      • weak ass take – 1 D chess, I thought you were getting lost about 3 weeks ago?

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 4:14 am John Joel Glanton

        Didn’t force his daughter to marry a Jew. Women do stupid stuff like that often.

        He’s trying his best but the level of Jewish control in America today rivals that of Soviet Russia during the Red Terror. He took on the lying Jew media which is his greatest legacy IMO.

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      • That’s true, PA.

        Well, if he’d been doing it for his family, I could have some grudging respect for him, even if he was enough of a bastard to sell the rest of us down the river to do it. It would still show a certain strength of character.

        Back to the options of him being a basic sell-out, or a weak, ineffectual loser, then. It’s all so tiresome.

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      • Let’s just say that, if the next two years are anything like the past two, there’s no way in hell Trump is getting a second term.

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      • If Trump is a sell out why does he fight at all? Why would they have to push this bs collusion nonsense or judicially interfere with his exec orders? He Would just go along… Easy to get tax breaks through and cave on all the other things…

        You’re not good at this…

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      • “Fight?” For what, reaching the nearest jew dick?

        This fucker doesn’t “fight” for anything. He makes a few limp gestures to fool anyone stupid and delusional enough to still believe he’s anything but a traitor, and then goes back to doing jack shit about anything.

        “Fight.” That’s a good joke. His efforts to “fight” are about the same as going out to your car, turning the key, letting it stall, and saying, “Well, I tried to run the Indy 500, you can’t blame me if the car makers are against me!”

        So much delusion, so little time to find an alternative candidate.

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      • If this orange anus hasn’t built at least half the Wall by 2020, deported a minimum of 10 million spics by the same time, declared Antifa a terrorist organization, and actually passed LAWS for online free speech, I’m writing in Salvini.

        Simply because it’ll be nice to vote for a man, and not a traitor faggot, for one time in my life.

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      • My “disappointment” with Trump is that he doesnt give his supporters any reason to trust that he’s got our back when we stick out our necks.

        That’s a sideline gripe of a voter and his unreserved supporter.

        You cant make a clear headed assessment of Trump’s efforts without at the very least acknowledging these strange things: the conversion of Lindsay Graham; the odd ways in which McCain and GHWB passed; the Koreas reconciliation; the way the uniparty and the media unmasked themselves in panic over Trump’s entry into politics.

        I can fill a whole blog with my own frustration about MAGA promised vs MAGA granted. But I wont, it’d feel wrong and premature.

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      • One more, of many other strange things to acknowledge: the collective primal shriek of diaspora jews and the fact that it’s not abating in pitch or amplitude.

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      • the odd ways in which McCain and GHWB passed;

        Odd?

        McCain had some sort of cancer and was 82… GHWB was 94… both looked like they were walking around for the past 5 years merely to save on funeral expenses.

        One more, of many other strange things to acknowledge: the collective primal shriek of diaspora jews and the fact that it’s not abating in pitch or amplitude.

        Again, not strange at all, if you’re even passingly familiar with jewish mentality… which anyone ’round chere should be, by now… between Scripture and (((their))) ongoing machinations and skullduggery all-too-comprehensively documented and displayed at the chateau over the past few years, there’s no question that you could give (((them))) the world on a kosher platter and (((they’d))) still find any number of issues to kvetch over.

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      • Because indubitably, I was unaware of the two traitors’ age and health condition when typing the above comment. When I make a comment, it’s a thought process at some stage of reasoning about the subject. When you promptly appear braying, it’s to extinguish all thought.

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      • If by “braying” you mean questioning your use of the word “odd” in describing the passing of two men well-past their allotted three-score and ten, then I suggest you check your thesaurus… as well as your premises… alt-R ally.

        (((shakin’ mah haid)))

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      • When I make a comment, it’s a thought process at some stage of reasoning about the subject.

        Or lack thereof, apparently.

        “When I use a word,” Humpty Dumpty said, in rather a scornful tone, “it means just what I choose it to mean—neither more nor less.”

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      • Ironside

        “If this orange anus hasn’t built at least half the Wall by 2020, deported a minimum of 10 million spics by the same time, declared Antifa a terrorist organization, and actually passed LAWS for online free speech, I’m writing in Salvini. ”

        And how would these things come to pass? The mechanics of overriding Congressional process?

        Where are your house and senate votes coming from?

        Do you even know what “deep state” means?

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      • Add a few more things to the “strange” list…

        Flynn lying to Pence.

        Comey being fired.

        Ryan’s retirement.

        The whole Kavanaugh situation.

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      • I’ve told others this…i hope my ex gf is in paris reading this, told her too

        trump isn’t trump, he’s gestalt of zeitgeist. Look at Paris, Salvini, times are changing.. Tectonic forces are shifting the ground underneath us. Shit is awakening.

        If they get rid of trump what comes next will be worse, just like I told her about Micron. They cannot stop this.

        We are still 60% of this country and if the half of us with balls are willing to show them the other half will be with us to the end of it.

        Let them elect Ocasional Cortex as President, fuck it DO IT, enough waiting, Tuco Rule invoked.

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      • GEOTUS Trump is a practical realist. More Roman than the ancient Romans. His legacy means more than simple shekels or silly celebrity. He knows that the Christ-killers are influential and have their tentacles into everything, thus he covers himself all around.

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  4. on December 5, 2018 at 8:14 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

    This mirrors the larger 2-movies-1-screen effect ongoing in much broader culture, with liberals watching one screen since the 1960s and Republicans quite another.

    In a poll, liberals felt something like 60% “at home” in their own country …. the right wing flipped that number on its head in THEIR FEELINGS.

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  5. on December 5, 2018 at 8:16 pm Captain Obvious

    ROBERT MUELLER: “Whitey… Whitey, do they know about me?”

    WHITEY BULGER: “I know about you, Robert. You know I’d never give you up. You’re like a – ”

    ROBERT MUELLER: “- Like a son? To you? Is that what this is about? All that murd3rin’… and phuckin’… and no sons?”

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    • on December 5, 2018 at 8:18 pm Captain Obvious

      Fifteen years ago, if you had tried to convince people that de Palma & Coppola & Scorcese were in the business of making DOCUMENTARIES [rather than fiction], then people would have thought that you were a lunatic.

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    • Doesn’t matter, Boston got taken over by the white-hating Left. All in vain. Right, Captain Autistic?

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 1:59 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

        Speaking of film, look at the actual movie stars in vogue. From tough guys like Connery and Bogart to prettyboys at a young age like DiCaprio. The flickering camera casts its unwavering image, and American moviegoers are asked to vote. We are provided with beta-alphas, or paper tiger alphas if you will, who have none of the steely provisioning of a Trump. Remember the photo Heartiste showed us, copied from a commenter’s version? This is true modren America: pursed male lips imitating the female “Blue Steel” style, aka Zoolander.

        https://www.wikihow.com/Do-the-%22Blue-Steel%22-Pose-from-Zoolander

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  6. on December 5, 2018 at 8:18 pm Sorcerygod at sorsgod.wordpress.com

    Look at the actual movie stars in vogue. From tough guys like Connery and Bogart to prettyboys at a young age like DiCaprio. The flickering camera casts its unwavering image, and American moviegoers are asked to vote. We are provided with beta-alphas, or paper tiger alphas if you will, who have none of the steely provisioning of a Trump. Remember the photo Heartiste showed us, copied from a commenter’s version? This is true modren America: pursed male lips imitating the female “Blue Steel” style, aka Zoolander.

    https://www.wikihow.com/Do-the-%22Blue-Steel%22-Pose-from-Zoolander

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  7. “Brennan, Comey, Clapper, Strzok, Rosenstein, and Mueller should be in the docket to answer for their crimes of treason.”

    Actually, “treason” in the US applies only in times of war. Which we are not,
    at least not officially. But plenty of other charges, starting with perjury, will apply.

    And also for the docks, one of the BIG players, Hillary, a woman who shall forever live in infamy. But lethal injection would solve a lot of her problems, and those of the US.

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    • on December 5, 2018 at 8:35 pm Captain Obvious

      We’ve been at [email protected] with the j00ish race for at least two millennia now.

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      • More precisely, (((they))) have been at war with us for at least two millennia, a la the Priestly Code. If we can’t agree to cut out the goat-herder offshoot, we certainty do not agree to cut out the original (((source))). Christianity (and Socialism) is for whyte players and suckers. Neither can fight for white civilization because neither are civilized. Crusades were a profitable war of course, but modernity required the Church and nobility to GTFOOTW! Philosophy rules Western civilization, twice now. No philosophy, no civilized capacity.

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    • Pick one: War on Drugs, War on Terra, War on Poverty, War on Obesity, War on Inequality. Or the War we weren’t fighting, when we fried the Rosenbergs for treason.
      The other side doesn’t follow the letter and spirit of any law when they attack Trump. Neither should he.

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    • Speaking of Comey:

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  8. I highly doubt the FISA judges were deceived. Wink and a nod, more probable.

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    • on December 5, 2018 at 9:06 pm Captain Obvious

      Yeah, that’s muh point above here.

      The Judiciary is a key pillar of the Deep State.

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    • Judges are corrupt as fuck, and totally biased. I say this from experience. They rubber stamp ANYTHING. They are suppose to be a check against illegal warrants and they are facilitators.

      Ask anyone who has ever had a door kicker come crashing in at 3am w/ machineguns for a simple possession charge for weed, or other inane shit.

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      • My father used to talk about how corrupt judges are decades ago. Maybe there are some honest judges but my operating assumption is that they’re all corrupt, along with prosecutors.

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  9. Public hangings need to become a thing again…There is a long list of traitors in this story.

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  10. OT: The efflusive fake nostalgia and praise from the left re: “Bush Values” like honor, family values, country, integrity etc nauseates me.

    The left hates traditional American values, and they continue to hate traditional American values.

    I’m old enough to remember how libs lost their minds over Dan Quayle’s “Murphy Brown” speech condemning celebration of single motherhood. Yeah, that was a “Bush Value.”

    For 50 years the left has been doing everything they can to dismember the America of the Bushes. Now they love him and what he “stood for?” Please.

    What they loved about Bush is how he was the epitome of a high-trust, “principled” cuck who loses every cultural battle to lefties (no politician would dream of repeating Quayle’s speech today).

    Chaimstream media wants more controlled opposition cucks who roll over on command. What’s why you’re seeing the praise heaped on.

    Same thing as the funeral canonization of Saint McCain by the Chaimstream.

    Trump fights. I cannot spare this man.

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    • Re: reports of Bush Jr slipping candy to Michelle Obama during the funeral, why is it that Republicans are always supplicating to Democrats? I don’t see Democrats making similar gestures.

      The Chaimstream media LOVES to play this up because it beautifully symbolizes their cuckold relationship with Republicucks.

      Cucks’ Achilles Heel is that they ache for lefties to love and accept them.

      Trump has no such defect. That’s why lefties hate him. Because they can’t control him.

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    • The high ceremony is to endear their system as our system. You can’t directly hit all dissenters all of the time. Every long-lived government requires patriotic ideology to maintain itself.

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    • He was the epitome of good goyim

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  11. what can be done to eliminate deep state? what set of goals that you can personally take will turn the world towards proper alignment again? how can we persuade generations of dispossessed, brainwashed whites to stand up for themselves and take the initiative? ask real questions, get real answers.

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  12. 99.8% of FISA warrants are approved. That the me fr carter Page was rejected twice says a lot. A comparative analysis of the differences would be mind opening.

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    • First two were rejected….

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    • It wasn’t rejected because the judges were honest or following the law. It was rejected because the way it was written didn’t provide enough cover for the judges. It would have been approved the first time if the Feebs had gotten the wording right.

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  13. The lawlessness of the FBI, CIA, and DOJ beggar belief. I’m not kidding when I say creeps like Brennan, Comey, Clapper, Strzok, Rosenstein, and Mueller should be in the docket to answer for their crimes of treason.

    Meanwhile, the kike who was LOOOOOONG overdue for a canning… and a caning… is still not only drawing a salary, but openly mocking the (ahem) God Emperor.

    Fuck this ghey earth.

    (((shakin’ mah haid)))

    https://thehill.com/homenews/administration/419923-rosenstein-jokes-at-doj-conference-tell-trump-his-favorite-deputy

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  14. Lucy holds the football for Charlie Brown again. Lucy pulls the football away at the last second… Again.

    *Yawn*
    Sorry for not caring. Heard it all before. I’ll start listening when members of the deep state are behind bars.

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  15. Drill down on Louise Mensch. Their is an eye opener.

    Don’t be surprised to find the Murdoch’s and “right-wing” media hip deep in this.

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  16. From the Wiki page on the term: ‘ “As described in 2013 by Mike Lofgren,[3] a former Republican U.S. congressional aide, the deep state is “a hybrid association of elements of government and parts of top-level finance and industry that is effectively able to govern the United States without reference to the consent of the governed as expressed through the formal political process.” ‘
    It’s the same as saying ‘They do whatever they want to do,’ and the motives are clear. There are temporal dimensions to the term. Otherwise, it’s corruption that’s more like cycling opportunistic infection made possible by human nature. There is no one-shot cure only perpetual vigilance and treatment.

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    • Institutions must be torn down periodically or culture will be. (And, OT, Libertarianism as patriarchal default is essential to living well because high-culture cooperation is necessary to win any civilized freedom. Libertarianism an essential plank of high culture. Don’t let poz prop fool you.)

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 10:41 am Captain Obvious

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      • Sure Hayek on the authority of the common law developed unconsconsciously over the centuries by a white people rather than this jew make it up as we go muh non aggression principle .

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      • How do we live above the animals without a non-aggression principle? It’s impossible.

        The idea that violence is always wrong is wrong, just as the idea that violence is always right is wrong. Blacks chuck spears, whites launch missiles. If physically strong whites always killed the mentally stronger whites, it would not be that way. Patriarchy requires some restraint. Can’t have it all, freedom of animals and elevation of civilization. The problem is little minds wanting black-and-white answers that fit them comfortably. Life is bigger than that. Libertarianism is a plank not a complete philosophy or ideology. IRL, civilization is the displacement of the uncivilized. IRL, the government gets its (natural) rights to govern from the governing. I never said don’t be competitive. With high selfish, cooperation is more rewarding if with fellow civilized patriarchs. This is not hard for those big enough for reasoning in the big, bad world.

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      • The logos is the logos, whether a Jew broad says it or not. Besides the implied feminism, Ayn Rand was correct in what she wrote as far as I know. Whites are too stupid to have a healthy selfishness that is essentially teamwork standards and cooperation standards. If you have simplistic view that all whites should work together, well geez, that sound like cooperation, a non-aggression principle, etc. Just as pacifists can get weeded out, so too can thugs. Life is a risk and there is uncertainty.

        You yeggs care about ethos, whaaa a Jew said that so it’s wrong, and pathos, weez white and right, whaaa, I need a priori validation. Herd animals need a narrative. Logic is harder. One misstep ruins the whole analysis. Nevertheless, any man at least 30 who can’t be logical is inferior and fit to be culled from humanity for ‘the greater good’. Let those who can maintain and grow civilization and affluence thrive. We don’t need more animal success to destroy everything good about humanity, which has been very hard earned.

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      • Nicely said, Doug… credit where due.

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  17. Deep State is just a neologism for the Iron Triangle.

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  18. All I can say is the founding fathers would be horrified. l am, perhaps naively, still hopeful this will all get fully exposed and people will go to jail. He may be waiting for the IG report and a permanent AG. Huber has been looking at a lot of this as well, so hopefully he will be indicting people. I suspect the corruption is so deep and complex, it’s going to take some time to unravel it all. In one of his rallies, in reference to draining the Swamp, I did hear Trump say, “These things take time.” Having said that, I don’t understand why he didn’t fire Mueller a long time ago and pardon Flynn, Papadapolous, and the others. I’m sure he has his reasons, but it’s frustrating watching him complain on Twitter while doing nothing. GO ON OFFENSE MR. PRESIDENT!

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  19. Did ye see how PETA wants to change the phrase “Bring home the bacon” to “bring home the bagels”?
    https://www.zerohedge.com/news/2018-12-05/peta-publishes-laughable-list-animal-friendly-phrases-fight-speciesism

    I wonder (((who))) could have thought of that?

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  20. You have got to love the Trump admin. Huawei CFO Arrest is a ‘Declaration of War’ https://www.breitbart.com/economy/2018/12/06/huawei-cfo-arrest-is-a-declaration-of-war-says-editor-of-global-times/

    [CH: i read that news and my heart immediately felt lighter.]

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    • I’m sure many eagerly await to see how this plays out.

      Of all the arrests long-overdue, this one is somewhat unexpected.

      Any odds being given on actual extradition and prosecution occurring? I’m genuinely curious.

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    • Something to do with “violating Iran sanctions”, with NY state åuthorities being the ones asking for extradition?

      Someone is going to have to interpret this one for my tiny mind.

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      • you really love to flatter yourself, don’t you Uncle Greg?

        nobody here gives a flying fuck what your tiny mind can or cannot comprehend.

        kudos for a rare moment of being honest with yourself, though.

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      • about having a tiny mind, that is. you’re still the chateau’s biggest self-deceiver when it comes to your importance here.

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      • maybe they will start arresting our corporate executives too…fingers crossed

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      • Dweebstreep once again showing how little he cares… at the top of his snarky voice, go figger.

        Keep losing, sock.

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      • on December 6, 2018 at 5:17 pm Alex the Goon

        “NY state author ities” is probably “feds in NYC district”. I like the arrest if it leads to thermonuclear tradewar and deportation of anyone whose name rhymes with fryingpan clanging noises. Otherwise it’s just going to result in tat-for-tit reprisal arrests of low-mid-level flunkees. Rotsa ruck.

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      • and deportation of anyone whose name rhymes with fryingpan clanging noises.

        Droll… I always heard it as “a Chinese baby is named by throwing silverware up in the air and listening for the sound as it hits the hard-tiled kitchen floor at the buffet”.

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    • CH, that arrest does nothing for our domestic front. Moving the NWO power center back to the US is not exactly a solution for me. Yes, economic strength is important, but maybe it would sooth the American masses too much for what’s needed. Can’t win a domestic power struggle by not playing. American men are soft and must demonstrate hardness for a true recovery, though fighting for socialism but big government won’t cut it. I don’t share the lightheartedness. Instatooshon is still masta, still no master culture.

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  21. These people are our future. If we don’t bring in more Squatamalians, however will we survive? Immigrants eat the rodents that Americans won’t:

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    • “They are putschists. We are in a coup attempt,” said Le Figaro‘s sources.

      HAHAHAHAHAHA! “Putschists”… the new POZ shaming word, if one can avoid tripping over one’s own tongue. 😉

      Why, y’all are a buncha sexist, racist, PUTSCHISTS!!!

      “As such, French authorities plan to deploy 8,000 police in Paris alone with another 80,000-plus riot police and gendarmes around the country, various reports have said.”

      I’ve got a great idea… hold the various putsches in Arab neighborhoods… the cops NEVER dare go in there! 😉

      Any spillover can be accommodated in German train stations.

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    • “They are putschists. We are in a coup attempt,” said Le Figaro‘s sources.

      HAHAHAHAHAHA! “Putschists”… the new POZ shaming word, if one can avoid tripping over one’s own tongue. 😉

      Why, y’all are a buncha sexist, racist, PUTSCHISTS!!!

      “As such, French authörities plan to deploy 8,000 pölice in Paris alone with another 80,000-plus riot pölice and gendarmes around the country, various reports have said.”

      I’ve got a great idea… hold the various putsches in Arab neighborhoods… the cops NEVER dare go in there! 😉

      Any spillover can be accommodated in German train stations.

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  22. on December 7, 2018 at 2:47 am SteveRogers42

    This Barr nomination is disappointing. A Columbia grad, with Columbia faculty parents, a “former” See Eye A employee, and ol’ Poppy’s AG.

    Barr’s the opposite of a loyalist to MAGA. So now this Whittaker guy will never be heard from again? Why didn’t Trump pick Giuliani for his AG right out of the gate? Why not Kobach for DHS? Where did Sheriff Clarke disappear to? Those guys would have been loyalists. Instead, he’s staffed his administration with the Swamp.

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  23. Interesting.

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