Saturday News Roundup: Trump Fires WHO, Russia Hoax Dead, Roberts Goes Rogue Again

Today’s Campaign Update, Part II

Trump to WHO: You’re Fired! – President Donald Trump, outraged at the role the WHO played in helping China’s communist government conceal the real nature of the Wuhan Virus for several months, took final action with that corrupt globalist organization on Friday, completely removing the United States from its membership:

“China has total control over the World Health Organization despite only paying $40 million per year compared to what the United States has been paying, which is approximately $450 million a year,” Trump said during a news conference in the White House Rose Garden.

“The world needs answers from China on the virus. We must have transparency. Why is it that China shut off infected people from Wuhan to all other parts of China?” he added. “It didn’t go to Beijing, it went nowhere else, but they allowed them to freely travel throughout the world, including Europe and the United States.”

Naturally, RINO limp-wrists like Lamar Alexander were upset and disturbed by the move, because of course they were.

But then, WHO cares what they think? (See what I did there?)

The Russia Hoax breathes its last, dying gasp. – Thanks to the efforts of Ric Grenell and new Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe, the Russia Hoax is now in hospice care, breathing its last, desperate breaths.

As promised, DNI Ratcliffe released the full transcripts and FBI summaries of the various calls General Mike Flynn conducted with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the 2016 transition period. His action came after Grenell had fully declassified the documents early this week. The calls show exactly what we should have expected: An incoming National Security Advisor holding calls with his Russian counterpart and having preliminary discussions on areas of mutual interest between our two countries.

The December 29, 2016 call that the Obama Coup Cabal and its corrupt media support group have claimed to be so concerning turns out to be a big nothing burger. During that call, when Kislyak raises the likelihood of Russia responding to Obama’s earlier expulsion of dozens of Russian “diplomats”, i.e., spies, Flynn advises him exactly as John F. Kennedy advised Nikita Kruschev during the Cuban Missile Crisis: to avoid ‘going nuclear’, and to respond in a “reciprocal” manner.

Naturally, the corrupt news media that has spent the last 4 solid years pushing the Russia hoax is today trying to convince you all that Flynn’s reply here is some sort of treasonous act. That is, of course, utterly absurd.

There is nothing wrong with that call, and we now know with 100% certainty that the Obama Administration – including Obama himself – went after Flynn for the simple fact that Flynn knows where all the bodies are buried with relation to Obama’s efforts to prop up Iran. Those corrupt bastards sold their souls and our national security to the Islamic state, and they could not countenance having Flynn as Trump’s National Security Advisor.

The most poignant part of reading the transcripts is that we see Flynn and Kislyak discussing the very real areas of mutual interest the U.S. and Russia had at the time related to destroying ISIS, stabilizing Syria and dealing with the Iranian threat. By mounting the Russia hoax, the Obama Coup Cabal and its media support team threw all of that potential good away, making it impossible for the Trump Administration to truly engage with Russia on those matters, and making our nation less secure in the name of protecting Obama, John Kerry and everyone else involved in the Iran deal.

This must not go unpunished. The Russia Hoax is dead, and it is now time for William Barr and John Durham to start extracting some justice.

Meet John Roberts, the new Anthony Kennedy. – Just when Americans all over the country are getting ready to go back to church, Chief Justice John Roberts decides to side with the communists.

In a 5-4 decision late Friday evening, Roberts sided with the four “liberal” – as the corrupt media likes to call them – justices in upholding the draconian, science-devoid restrictions on religious freedom being imposed by California Governor Gavin Newsom. Here’s the key passage from the decision:

Although California’s guidelines place restrictions on
places of worship, those restrictions appear consistent with
the Free Exercise Clause of the First Amendment. Similar
or more severe restrictions apply to comparable secular
gatherings, including lectures, concerts, movie showings,
spectator sports, and theatrical performances, where large
groups of people gather in close proximity for extended periods of time. And the Order exempts or treats more leniently only dissimilar activities, such as operating grocery
stores, banks, and laundromats, in which people neither
congregate in large groups nor remain in close proximity for
extended periods.

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Thus does the majority of the U.S. Supreme Court uphold dramatic restrictions on the absolute freedom of religion guaranteed in the First Amendment by equating your church, synagogue, temple or mosque to the local Kiwanis Club.

If you are not outraged by this, I really don’t know what to say to you.

That is all.

Today’s news moves at a faster pace than ever. Whatfinger.com is my go-to source for keeping up with all the latest events in real time.

13 thoughts on “Saturday News Roundup: Trump Fires WHO, Russia Hoax Dead, Roberts Goes Rogue Again

  1. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

    The assault on religious freedom has been coming for some time. I sent Dave a short story I wrote during the Bush years, which he is free to print (with my screen name only) and the consequences of prohibiting the free exercise of faith – notably, praying in public.

    See, the notion of praying in public isn’t just allowing a single person to pray on a streetcorner: it involves groups of believers anywhere that people gather in prayer. Such as church buildings, but not limited to those.

    Satan hates group prayer, and it appears that John Roberts has gone over to the dark side, along with those we already knew, supporters of evil. Satanists or Luciferians (which are not identical) controlled this court decision.

    I’m sure former President Beelzebama is chortling somewhere in his lair by the sea, along with Michael Obeelzebub.

  2. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

    I’m guessing – mid to high probability – that Barr and Durham are waiting on a key element of the Flynn case to begin prosecutions. Delays in the disposal of the case are a factor.

    As to Wray: just resign. You knew what was just declassified all along. Run along and tend to your flower garden and kiddies. You’re not wanted anymore. You’ve obstructed justice as much as any of the criminals involved. Quit before you find yourself under investigation.

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

      And by that, we mean the type of investigation that Roger Stone was subjected to, along with the same arrest methods (which you tolerated, if not endorsed.)

  3. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

    China has entered a new time, a new reality: no one trusts them. No one, not even their own people.

    They didn’t think it would go this way.

    One of their CCP generals stated just a few years ago that they moved too rapidly (building island, militarizing the South China Sea, pushing neighbors around, threatening Taiwan and Hong Kong. If the CCP hadn’t had so many America collaborators, perhaps he would have been right. But now, they went too far – way too far. They’re even threatening to make more labs like the one in Wuhan. That’s a direct threat. They haven’t reflected on the path they’re taking, and the unintended consequences.

    China has become the Sorcerer’s Apprentice. It is likely that there will be a military confrontation at some point, initiated by one of their more aggressive generals (and they have some real winners, mad and drunk with power.)

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

      Had China been honest at the beginning of the disease, and blocked their own people from travel and alerted the world to the danger, and worked to suppress the international spread of the disease they manufactured, they would have had the world’s sympathy and even help from the international community.

      But they did just the opposite.

      I say “they manufactured” the disease, because their actions don’t match any of their claims. Communists lie; it’s what they do.

      And Russia? Stop provoking a confrontation with our military. It might get out of hand, an accident turned into an escalation. Mr. Putin – you’re responsible for anything that happens from now on, if such an event should occur.

  4. Gregg - May 30, 2020

    Bravo Zulu to Trump for getting us totally out of the WHO. The UN should be next. Most of these Globalist Organizations actively work against the interest’s of the US most of the time, and many would collapse without our money and military/humanitarian support. Let them collapse Mr. President.

    Of course the feckless worthless TN Senator, Lament Alexander would be “upset and concerned” by that action – I’m sure the Muttster is too, along with the five to ten other globalist senate RINOs. Thankfully he is retiring this year. Hopefully my TN will elect a real senator this time around.

    I believe another aspect of the GS et al network is the 30 or so thousand of the former president’s “community agitators” that he is apparently able to deploy more rapidly than the governors and the president can respond with the National Guard/Military. Until that dynamic changes, our cities will be the victims of repeated Pearly Harbor type “surprise” but predictable attacks.

    RICO investigations and prosecutions Mr. Barr?

    It is sad that the SC cannot be counted upon to make constitutional and/or conservative decisions as long as it is 4-4-1. I won’t feel totally comfortable until the president gets to replace the two ancient BJ Clinton appointees. With only the two Obama bimbos still on the court, the decisions will be more like 6-3 or 7-2 with the Robert’s swing vote being totally marginalized.

    Hope my comments here didn’t bother or offend our resident Cliff Calvin.

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

      No, Mr. CIA, your points are pretty sound on this. But I resemble another fictional character more: according to close friends: Walt Longmeyer. I don’t see it, but they do.

      I suspect that you’re a fat, out of shape keyboard kittie who barely has an original thought. Totally without a creative brain.

      1. Gregg - May 30, 2020

        First, Cliff or Walt or Jimmy or whatever you want to call yourself,

        First, I AM NOT CIA! Second, I am 6′ weigh 190 and am in excellent health.

        Original thoughts?, you know, it is amazing how many times you have given me good reviews on my postings, but let me deviate one little bit from your omnipotence and I become a fat “Kittie” keyboard waring CIA hack without an original thought.

        I reviewed our Thursday kerfuffle and I’m not even sure how, or for what reason you chose to pick a fight by stating how I don’t understand “ghetto mentality”.

        I do respect your seeming wide range of knowledge on many topics, but you do seem to speculate – a lot! Which is fine – this is after all, an opinion forum and I do recognize that much of your speculation is either accurate in my opinion or backed up by fact.

        I have learned much from you and others here, and often at least “ask Cortana” when there are acronyms I don’t know, or people I don’t recognize which helps put their comment into perspective. For example, I researched your Ollie North comments and was shocked about the scope of his actions – until then I considered him a hero who along with Adm. Poindexter, saved Reagan in the BS Iran-Contra hearings/which hunt.

        I do, however, become somewhat skeptical since North wasn’t fired by Reagan, so if I don’t accept everything you say hook-line-and sinker, too bad. But I do at least listen to the opinion, and until Thursday don’t denigrate or question it. It is not repudiation if I don’t accept 100% of what you say and, as previously stated, don’t respond/reply to things I don’t have a strong opinion or knowledge.

        Anyway, my feelings about North and his position in the Reagan Administration is not the point of the comment here and I am not interested in debating about it – it is just an example.

        About two years ago I found Dave’s site via Whatfinger and liked it well enough to actually set up the account to be able to comment on it – which I have done with no other internet site. I have always stood by anything I’ve said or written and endeavor to do the best I can to be accurate, and will admit when I am in error.

        Speaking of “original thoughts”, I try to make comments different from conventional wisdom and write anecdotes to bolster or support my point of view or to add my perspective to Dave’s story – often with the intent to bolster his take.

        Dave has felt my work to be “original” enough to be standalone articles which he has generously posted numerous times since last December – the first was my Pearl Harbor aftermath analysis about the ongoing Days of Infamy that still haunt us. I do remember Dave used one or two of your comments as a group commentary on the VA gun control debate, and you are a good writer.

        In those separate articles, I have used my full name and my actual first name here in the comment section. I don’t hide behind pseudonyms. I don’t criticize anyone for using a pseudonym as there are a lot of nuts out on the Web, and some people have careers and other considerations to protect. I admit I probably would use one if I was still active in the government. But it does say something when one is not willing to fully stand by what he or she writes.

        In closing, I hope this sincere attempt to make peace with you is taken in the way it is intended, as we seem to agree on so much and disagree on so little. Several months ago I had a very brief disagreement with Phineas and if memory serves, he replied that it was all part of a robust discussion among like minded people. I hope you will see this missive for how it was intended. But please don’t speculate about me, or my appearance when you know nothing about me except for what I have posted here.

        Cheers and have a great day.

        1. Jimmy MacAfee - May 30, 2020

          I’m not going to get into it, but you once claimed to have worked for the CIA.

          Bye. I’ll avoid commenting on your comments from now on.

    2. brian - May 30, 2020

      Guyz… Stand down

      I think the SC Roberts has always been a ‘soft’ liberal. Either that or he gets the call at night and someone reminds him of the photos. There are no other explanations. Whats sad is that Weekend Ginsburg isn’t going to volunteer to leave the SC, shes a crusty old hag that going to have to be carried off on a stretcher. BUT… imo her time on the bench is coming to a close… soon… Trump will be able to replace her.

      1. Gregg - May 30, 2020

        Brian, Thanks, I’ve said my piece and am moving on. Off to do some outside work.

        1. brian - May 30, 2020

          Hey my friend.

          I find it annoying when allies get sucked into petty squabbles over differing of opinions. Justified or not. Iron sharpens iron and we should welcome differing opinions as it makes you defend what you believe. People get upset when what they believe starts to crumble as they’ve invested much into those beliefs.

          What was funny tho was I fall into the same category as you. I found this site, recently, thru Whatfinger and its the only site I’ve made an effort to make an ‘account’ in. About the only thing different is I’m the short, beaten up, now outta shape keyboard warrior. I’m a little slow on the uptake but I get there, by Gods grace.

          Bottom line for me is I truly appreciate the opinions of Mr Blackmon and those that contribute to this site such as yourself, Jimmy, Phineas, Silas and the many others who speak out. Wealth of knowledge and some wisdom too buried in these pages. Hate seeing the enemy of all of us driving wedges of discontent where we can still agree to disagree and yet still stand shoulder to shoulder to face the real enemy. Trusting the man beside you doesn’t mean we agree on everything like NPCs. Just means we can engage in deeper discussion and still know that I have your back and you have mine when it counts.

          Thank you , all, for your comments. Thank you Mr Blackmon for allowing these discussions. Apologize for the hijacking.

          1. Gregg - May 30, 2020

            Thank you Brian for your voice of reason. I appreciate it very much.

            Thanks Jimmy, if I said I worked for “the company”, I was in error; I try very hard not to advertise who I worked for within the government and remain deliberately vague as no one has a “need to know”.

            Peace and kindness to us all.

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