Good News for America Abounds – Democrats, Corrupt News Media Hardest Hit

“We need new experts. Monkeys throwing crap at a poster with random numbers on it are more accurate.”

That’s a quote from a friend when I posted a link on Facebook to the story that Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Non-Manufacturing Index (NMI) rose to 57.1% in June, which naturally was vastly stronger the “experts” quoted by the corrupt news media had anticipated.

From that story at PeoplesPunditDaily:

Forecasts ranged from a low of 46.0 to a high of 52.7. The consensus forecast was 50.1. This is the largest single-month percentage-point gain since the NMI debut in 1997.

Last week, the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) Manufacturing Index (PMI) also came in stronger than expected at 52.6% in June, up from 43.1% in May. This reading further indicated the overall economy in expansion for the second straight month after one month of contraction that ended 131 consecutive months of growth.

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This latest piece of great news follows last week’s Labor Department report of non-farm payroll job additions for June of 4.8 million, which almost doubled the “experts'” projection of 2.5 million.

Naturally, everyone in the national Democrat Party and in the corrupt news media – but I am being redundant – will respond to this wonderful news exactly as they responded to last Friday’s new study proving that Hydroxychloroquine is effective at treating COVID-19: With abject outrage and horror.

Because – repeat after me – Good News For America is Always, Without Exception, Bad News for the Democrats and their Corrupt Media Toadies.

Here’s another piece of great news for America that hits the Democrat/Media Complex of Disinformation hardest: In a unanimous ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that states do indeed have the absolute right to require Electors to vote for the president candidate that actually won their respective state. Apparently, whomever it is that has been compromising Chief Justice John Roberts either did not care about this decision or is currently out of the country.

From a report at CNBC:

Under the complex rules that govern American elections, it is the vote of the Electoral College that ultimately determines the winner of the presidency.

Virtually every state — besides Maine and Nebraska — allocates all of its Electoral College representation to electors who have committed to vote for the winner of the state popular vote. And most states, including Washington and Colorado, have laws that require electors to vote for their pledged candidate. The electors argued that the enforcement of those laws was unconstitutional.

Micheal Baca, the Colorado elector, was replaced before he could cast his vote for former Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Three Washington electors were hit with $1,000 fines after voting for former Secretary of State Colin Powell.

Lower courts divided on the issue, with courts in Colorado and Washington ultimately coming down on opposite sides. The federal appeals court in Colorado sided with Baca, while the Washington Supreme Court sided with the state and upheld the fines.

The Supreme Court’s action on Monday affirmed the Washington court’s decision and reversed the Colorado decision.

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So, here we see a looming strategy the Democrats had hoped to deploy following the November elections shot down by the Supremes before it can get underway. Somewhere, Brian Stelter is binge-eating a dozen jelly donuts because his stress level has shot through the roof.

Serendipity strikes. – As luck would have it, Senator Chuck Grassley posted this tweet as I was typing this piece up:

Understand that Chuck Grassley is not just some random senator. He is the long-time chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, and will take that post from Lindsey Graham next January if the GOP holds onto its Senate majority. Grassley knows that is happening with the Durham investigation, and if you read the wording of that tweet carefully, he is conveying his belief that prosecutions are in the offing.

He is also warning Durham and Barr not to wait until after the election to engage in prosecutions under the absurd reasoning that doing so would influence the presidential race. The fact is that delaying prosecutions would in and of itself be an overtly political act that would influence the race.

That tweet from Grassley is a public signal of his approval for Barr and Durham to get their butts in gear. Coming as it does from the Senator who will most likely be in charge of the DOJ budget in a few months, that is a strong signal indeed.

If Barr/Durham follow Grassley’s signal, that would also be great news for America and awful news for the Democrats and their corrupt media toadies.

Let’s go.

That is all.

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29 thoughts on “Good News for America Abounds – Democrats, Corrupt News Media Hardest Hit

  1. brian - July 6, 2020

    The good news certainly is the NMI index moving up. Trump needs to focus on these indicators and amplify them because it not only makes his case for economic resurgence but it also undermines the communists completely by 180.

    About Grassly… well even on his worst day, he’s still a 1000% better than All-Hat Gramsy is on any day of the year…. century. But like 99.9% of the politicals in Swampington, Grassly talks but shows marginally action. Kinda like a Trey Goudy… talk… expose the wrong doing then make excuses for not prosecuting.

    Until Barr actually starts perp walking bigger fish into court, all the little minnows he’s had arrested amount to nothing. While armed thugs block the streets and openly threaten people, like in Georgia, and nothing is done, no FBI, then Barr isn’t doing his job he was hired to do. While open warfare is waged on citizens, killing children, and Barr sits by watching… Then Barr isn’t doing his job. When seditious mobs take over portions of cities and towns and Barr does nothing… you know the rest.

    I openly criticize Barr because of the very apparent inaction, and I’m not the only one. MANY conservative bloggers and sites are openly getting more vocal in this criticism. Criminals are openly flaunting the law, mayor and governors are openly flaunting the law. How much further down the road to anarchy is this going to be allowed to go??? When will this 2% that Gen. Flynn is warning about be brought to justice??

    Wheres Barr in all this??? Oh right… He goes on the tube and tough talks in soft dulcid tones about justice and injustices and that it can’t keep going this way. Then TicTok states emphatically that his reliable and credible sources are telling him any day now… Its all to dull your sense of patriotism… be patient… wear a mask… we’re all in this together…

    Its a war… wake up

  2. Gregg - July 6, 2020

    “Grassley knows that is happening with the Durham investigation, and if you read the wording of that tweet carefully, he is conveying his belief that prosecutions are in the offing.”

    I think I’m pretty bright politically, but I Just don’t get the Grassley tweet??? “Grassley knows that is…”

    What exactly is “that” that is happening?

    To me all this Swampington gobbledygook is just a bunch of nothing bullschiff.

    Why couldn’t Grassley just have tweeted: Barr/Durham, get something done prior to the election or we will know the fix is in and nothing will happen after the election either.

    Because if Trump (or Kanye – snarc) loses it is guaranteed nothing will happen ever, and isn’t that really the goal?

    After all, “Justice should be blind” to politics – shouldn’t it?

    I’m sorry, Dave, I just am missing Grassley’s message. And if Grassley, or Graham, has a real message to Barr and Durham, why couldn’t it have been done/conveyed in private?

    I guess I’ve been away from DC too long and don’t understand swamp-speak as well as I used to.

    Several months ago you felt that a Trump tweet to Graham was meant to light a fire under senator Blowhard, and we recently had a hearing which I can’t even remember what it was even about. I do know this, Graham’s hearing happened just before his primary…

    Just sayin’

  3. phineas gage - July 6, 2020

    Grassley is also the one that just last week blocked two Trump nominees to replace fired Obama swamp Inspector Generals. His dedication to fighting the Deep State is highly selective.

    The fact that the Supreme Court decision was unanimous is highly suspicious. It suggests that the Dems have already moved on to the strategy of individual states changing their election laws to release their electors.

    1. delow241 - July 7, 2020

      The SC decision, I believe, says the electors have to follow the laws of their state. This will definitely be seen as a bad decision in the future when the compact of states that are colluding to require a vote for the popular vote winner nation wide regardless of how their state voted. Although, eventually that will bite them in the rear long term even if it does help them in an election short term.

  4. Infiltrated at All Levels - July 6, 2020

    I almost feel bad for dullards who still cling to that democrats helped grampaw 80 years ago schtick.
    They are the zombies. Even dim bulbs can now see that the CPUSA is a fifth column of traitor RAT scum hostile to America and traditional Americans.

    1. Silas - July 6, 2020

      Define the enemy

      msm – socialist echo chamber media
      dnc – socialist democrat party
      public schools – socialist juvenile public indoctrination center
      universities and colleges – socialist brainwashing centers
      seiu – socialist employee union
      federal bureaucrats – socialist government employees
      democrat politicians – tyrannical socialists
      left wing law clerks – socialist lackeys
      antifa – socialist democrat party terrorists
      blm – marxist democrat party terrorists
      fbi – corrupt bureau of investigations
      irs – corrupt revenue confiscators’
      cdc – inept and corrupt quacks
      nih – more inept and corrupt quacks

  5. Silas - July 6, 2020

    My wife calls them demonrats.

    Define the enemy

    msm – socialist echo chamber media
    dnc – socialist democrat party
    public schools – socialist juvenile public indoctrination center
    universities and colleges – socialist brainwashing centers
    seiu – socialist employee union
    federal bureaucrats – socialist government employees
    democrat politicians – tyrannical socialists
    left wing law clerks – socialist lackeys
    antifa – socialist democrat party terrorists
    blm – marxist democrat party terrorists
    fbi – corrupt bureau of investigations
    irs – corrupt revenue confiscators’
    cdc – inept and corrupt quacks
    nih – more inept and corrupt quacks

  6. Jimmy MacAfee - July 6, 2020

    If Grassley is the next Judiciary Committee head, he should begin to re-write the laws about unethical judges and prosecutors, with criminal penalties for those who set up innocent people and ruin their lives or cost them their freedom.

    Amy Jackson Berman comes to mind; so does Andrew Weissmann. There are lots of others – more than you could count if you began to count now and stopped Friday, if you added what they should be charged with. These are the Jeffrey Epsteins of our judicial community, metaphorically speaking – well-connected and highly political, who bugger the innocent and play by their own rules.

    Right now, it is virtually impossible to get rid of a Hastings, and if you do, they get elected to Congress. If there was a righteous uprising in America, we’d be carrying torches and pikes with these people’s heads upon them, not destroying statues.

    “Oh, isn’t it awful, these frightful people burning and looting and tearing down our history!” the debutantes all titter, as injustice after injustice is meted out without a dribble nor drip of actual justice. Jackass Berman and Governor Whitless and Brudda Cuomo roam free with unlimited power, and no consequences.

    This is not just a Deep State issue, though it is part of one: it is intrinsic to our Constitutional form of government – corrupted by Clinton-Obama toadies. Such as the one who voted against the Writ of Mandamus re. “Judge” Sullivan, Robert Wilkins, who was himself slammed by the majority opinion. Wilkins is apparently illiterate and has the IQ of a mollusk, as he apparently thinks that a judge gets to act as prosecutor as they do in France. I noted this with Sullivan’s bizarre attempt to do so, and since then, legal minds have basically confirmed my sentiment. Viva Frei!

    You never see the Left looking for actual justice these days; they’re bringing back the days of the Lynch Law. And through the judiciary, the remaining corrupt Obama judges and Clinton judges (and in a few cases, Bush judges) our system of justice has become a system of political rewards and punishment.

    Too bad rioters and protestors are typically stupid, mindless beasts, or they’d be demanding the heads of the corrupt on a pole somewhere on the corner of an edifice, a warning to others. One day, educated people may rise up and make it so.

    You hearin’ me, Wiessmann? Berman Jackson? You are more transparent than the rich man in Psalm 62:9 – a vapor, a whisper, and to put it rather crudely, a lit fart at a Boyscout campfire.

    You hearin’ me, Grassley? The ball will be in your court; you hearin’ me, Attorney General Barr? You have the power to do a lot more that you aren’t presently doing.

    Remember the image: “Poof!” followed by giggles.

    1. Gregg - July 6, 2020

      “…you hearin’ me, Attorney General Barr?”

      Most of us here really do go back and forth on what Barr is and isn’t doing, don’t we.

      I believe he is playing us like a yoyo, just like Graham, Grassley, and all the other RINOs.

    2. Gregg - July 6, 2020

      When Trump wins reelection and there STILL aren’t any indictments of the MAJOR coup player’s Trump’s victory speech should/must include: Barr, YOUR’E FIRED.

      I’ve had it with HIS DOJ and HIS nothingburgers. If son-in-law Kuschner is the one behind all these atrocious picks he should also be gone. If that causes a riff in the Trump family, so what? Many of us have lost friends and become estranged with family over the political mess that is America today, why not President Trump? Of all the people to chose from, why did Trump choose this Bush the first retread? Who’s next? Rumsfeld for Sec Def?

      When Trump wins he will have spent half of his presidency trying to work with many people in his own orbit who want to make sure he and his MAGA/KAG agenda doesn’t succeed – time to clean house, if not for your presidency, then, and especially, for America.

      The list is long and undistinguished, and with no future campaign to think about you should get the whole sorry lot out of DC if not the country.

      What was it? A year or so ago the Durham convened a grand jury? I’m not real sure how grand juries work, but I think they are only seated for about three months? They must all feel like the 26 man on a 25 man baseball team.

      Something really stinks here, and the excrement sandwiches the DOJ and the courts are serving up are getting harder to swallow every day!

      PS: It is great that he and Sessions apparently are/were going after all the child sex traffickers hard, but isn’t that really just doing the job that any competent and uncorrupted DOJ/FBI should be doing as a matter of course?

      1. Silas - July 7, 2020

        I think that’s why Berman got fired. He was slow rolling something that Durham wanted.

  7. Silas - July 6, 2020

    Test

  8. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

    Dave, I hope you will take note of this:

    I want to say this on behalf of Attorney General Bill Barr:

    It is easy to sit in a cushy armchair and say that the quarterback is stupid, and lazy and doesn’t do his job. “Go get me a beer!”

    How many have been in the quarterback’s cleats? How many have faced opposing lines that want to tear your head from your shoulders? Real threats from dangerous people.

    One replacement of one prosecutor, and people yell: “Impeach, impeach!” Just one, who appears to have held up the arrest of one Grizzly Max, who shall now bring down a city of criminals!

    Oh, but how those criminals – some billionaires – fight back! It’s one thing to criticize a quarterback, sitting in an EZ Rest, having the wife bring a beer, and then another one, but it’s a far more difficult thing to put on the pads and helmet and take the field!

    Yes, time is precious; things need to get done, but they must all be done in the right order, with the right emphasis and the right timing. Surely, the quarterback COULD be playing for the other side. Any armchair quarterbacks have someone to replace the one they doubt?

    Give us a list! Name names! Tell us how you would prepare the field for battle! Come on, don’t be shy! (Another beer, dear)

    I know enough about generalship to know you don’t sabotage your own general. Yes, there are the McClellans who won’t fight, who need to be replaced – capable men who are good at other tasks, but who are not fighters. Is our quarterback like him? Is he afraid to fight?

    This is what they said about General Washington, too – that he doesn’t fight. And yet, he won by avoiding those traps set for him by the British, and didn’t engage in places where his men would die needlessly. How many of his officers were playing for the other side? How many traitors in his midst?

    Not. Many. Not many at all.

    So go put on your pads and helmet; take the field! Show us how you’d do it! But be prepared to give an outline, lists of names of people who would follow you, and a list of traitors to be removed. It must be easy! Soooo easy!

    Sitting there in your armchair, your wife bringing you yet another beer.

    Rally the troops! How many would follow you? Run the flag up the pole and say “Huzzah!” Let’s see you lead, and how many would follow you!

    I know one thing: the present Attorney General has people who are willing to do their jobs, and are doing them magnificently. I wonder how it felt for General Washington, to have people second-guessing him day after day? Declaring him incompetent, a man who ran from danger.

    Except we know, from hindsight, that he was facing an enemy with immense resources, a comparative number of opponents – Leftist judges and prosecutors and politicians and billionaires – that make, in the near future, a Valley Forge necessary.

    Put on your boots – if you have any – and march through the bitter winter! Lead your men against abominable odds!

    Or sit there on your couch and demand another quarterback, and another beer.

    1. brian - July 7, 2020

      I’d have to respectfully disagree.

      You painted a picture that everyone who would question the apparent inaction of Barr as being a rather stupid, lazy armchair layabout only capable of measuring the field in myopic abilities. That Barr is somehow this great General on par with Washington which I would strongly suggest there is no comparison whatsoever.

      Its wrong, to paint everyone not agreeing as either a troll, grossly ill informed or just plain stupid. Everyone is entitled to their opinions which they form based on the information the see and their thought processes.

      Consider Barrs job as AG. To uphold the law across the nation, prosecute federal crimes committed, by anyone, and to oversee a department whose function IS to carry this out. Barr has been in this position for more than sixteen months so far. Hes has a few thousand lawyers at his disposal so he surely is not doing the legwork all by his lonesome. He has an ocean of funding he can draw on so that too is not a limiting factor.

      So why did Barr wave off on the dozen criminal referrals he received from Congress?? So why did Barr choose not to prosecute Comey and McCabe even tho they publicly admitted LYING to congress??? So why did Barr leave the General to spin in the wind for so lang while the obviously corrupt DoJ lawyers continued to destroy this patriot?? Accused and perjury trapped for lying to the FBI by the very criminals that admitted to lying?? Why didn’t Barr look into the Roger Stone case and question the obvious abuses happening there as well, and still has done nothing??
      So why after publicly stating Barr was going to keep a close watch on covid over reach and then do nothing while its still happening?? Why did it take so long for action to arrest the tiny minnows destroying statues when its a federal offense?? I could go on… There is no brilliant strategy in any of this except to slow walk and litigate. Why is Judicial Watch doing all the exposing of these criminals, fighting for everything that Trump told the DoJ to declassify and release?? Why was Grenell able to come in and release this info in SHORT order but Barr… still hasn’t??

      The answer my friend is that Barr is a deep state swamp critter with plenty of DS history. He’s there to slow walk and mitigate damages to the deep state. The tiny minnows brought in to date amount to kabuki theatre to ‘show’ that Barr is on the job and Tic Toc can go on air and say “see, Barrs working to protect Americans”

      There are plenty of great people outside the swamp that could easily fill that position and steam clean the drain. Swamp picks get nowhere. If there are fearless patriots like Grenell ,Powell, Flynn, Gulianni, then I’m sure there are a host of solid patriots willing to step into that job and take the fight to the enemies. To say otherwise is to say its impossibly to bog and the enemy is to strong. Then my friend I think you under estimate the will of true patriots to meet the challenge and vastly under estimate the power and authority of God.

      2 Chronicles 7:14 if My people who are called by My name will humble themselves, and pray and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin and heal their land.

    2. brian - July 7, 2020

      I’d have to respectfully disagree.

      You painted a picture that everyone who would question the apparent inaction of Barr as being a rather stupid, lazy armchair layabout only capable of measuring the field in myopic abilities. That Barr is somehow this great General on par with Washington which I would strongly suggest there is no comparison whatsoever.

      Its wrong, to paint everyone not agreeing as either a troll, grossly ill informed or just plain stupid. Everyone is entitled to their opinions which they form based on the information the see and their thought processes.

      Consider Barrs job as AG. To uphold the law across the nation, prosecute federal crimes committed, by anyone, and to oversee a department whose function IS to carry this out. Barr has been in this position for more than sixteen months so far. Hes has a few thousand lawyers at his disposal so he surely is not doing the legwork all by his lonesome. He has an ocean of funding he can draw on so that too is not a limiting factor.

      So why did Barr wave off on the dozen criminal referrals he received from Congress?? So why did Barr choose not to prosecute Comey and McCabe even tho they publicly admitted LYING to congress??? So why did Barr leave the General to spin in the wind for so lang while the obviously corrupt DoJ lawyers continued to destroy this patriot?? Accused and perjury trapped for lying to the FBI by the very criminals that admitted to lying?? Why didn’t Barr look into the Roger Stone case and question the obvious abuses happening there as well, and still has done nothing??
      So why after publicly stating Barr was going to keep a close watch on covid over reach and then do nothing while its still happening?? Why did it take so long for action to arrest the tiny minnows destroying statues when its a federal offense?? I could go on… There is no brilliant strategy in any of this except to slow walk and litigate. Why is Judicial Watch doing all the exposing of these criminals, fighting for everything that Trump told the DoJ to declassify and release?? Why was Grenell able to come in and release this info in SHORT order but Barr… still hasn’t??

  9. Gregg - July 7, 2020

    “You hearin’ me, Grassley? The ball will be in your court; you hearin’ me, Attorney General Barr? You have the power to do a lot more that you aren’t presently doing.”

    (From a previous comment on this article)

    ***

    and from his last comment:

    “I want to say this on behalf of Attorney General Bill Barr:…”

    So what is it?

    Is Barr someone who needs to get off his ass and produce something, or is Barr the greatest AG who ever lived and has to pick and choose his battles wisely because he is up against the most brilliant and powerful opponents the swamp has ever assembled?

    The difference between Barr and G. Washington, is that Barr has the resources of virtually unlimited investigative and prosecutorial (with a conviction rate of well over 90%) power, whereas Washington was a true underdog who really had to pick and choose his battles.

    McClellan was a great organizer, but not much of a doer; Barr, while he might be doing many fine things, is just not getting the job done against the biggest political scandal in American history in any kind of a timely manner.

    We need a doer; time is of the essence! Grant and Patton were movers and shakers and got things done.

    At this point, it is all but certain that few of these coup players high up in the food chain will not see a jail, but I at least want to see proper and aggressive prosecutions – make the Comeys of the world go broke (give them the Flynn treatment) defending themselves, and expose the crimes they committed for all to see. Most Americans don’t know half of what went on against Trump.

    I do know this:

    If Trump loses, Barr and all of Trump’s DOJ appointees get fired on day one with no criticism and will be replaced by Eric Holder types AND THIS ALL GOES AWAY, which I believe is still the plan.

    Waiting out an agency director or a president who are attempting major reforms is a tried and true tactic that more often than not works. Combine that with the MSM (D) discrediting him/her nonstop and that is why we never get anything changed in DC.

    Put another way, Wouldn’t a Sidney Powell, or a Rudy Giuliani seem to be a better “wingman” AG for the Trump Administration.

    I’d love to hear form the other commentators, ones who don’t surmise a contrarian POV is a fat slob who just sits in a “cushy armchair” with a wife hiking him beer after beer…

    PS: The President, who knows way more about what progress is being made (at least I hope he does), is apparently satisfied with Barr and Durham et al, so if he is satisfied, I guess we have to be satisfied also.

    All I know is there have been several deadlines (dare I say lines in the sand?) that Barr himself has spoken of, that have come and gone AND WE STILL SEE NOTHING TANGEIBLE.

    Four years ago, Walking Eagle said (screeched as only she can) if that blank, blank, blank wins we all hang. Well???

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

      If you think Attorney General Barr has the resources to battle the press, the billionaires and a Congress all too willing to impeach him for no reason at all, you haven’t measured the battlefield. I’m sorry, but Barr has much more against him than even Washington – not the physical danger, but the enormity of the power of the enemy. Grassley said it himself about the Deep State, if you will look up his quote.

    2. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

      People like Wimpsy Graham cut from inside, wounding from the back rooms and dark places, as other RINOs betray and betray and betray: not even General Washington had to face this kind of enemy.

      Fortunately, the parallel doesn’t end there: Bidenbites is mad as King George.

    3. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

      How about John Durham as the next AG, if he does his job well this time?

  10. brian - July 7, 2020

    For some reason my response won’t post. Bottom line is I respectfully disagree with you Jimmy..

    I’ve been an open critic of Barr for a long time, for reasons I stated but the site won’t post. And because people disagree doesn’t make them lazy, stupid armchair generals or trolls.

    I think its a huge dis-service to compare Barr to Washington. Barr is not even a close comparison. Washington overcame the odds against him with little resources. Barr has an ocean of resources at his finger tips and has so far produced what??? A small school of minnows.

    Why has Judicial Watch produced more fruit than Barr has, even tho Barr was instructed to declassify the info and release it to the public?? Why has Sidney Powell had to fight for a true patriot, and still IS, when Barr should have stepped in a year ago?? There is a lonnnnngg list of things Barr should and could have done… buy hasn’t. I know why and it has nothing to do with prosecutorial strategies… but everything to do with swamp damage mitigation.

    1. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

      Wasn’t referring to you nor any other regular posters here; I know armchair generals.

      But since you want to make it a game of me-vs.-you:

      And Barr is against more than you seem to be willing to admit. What would you do? Whom would you hire? Who would you fire? How would you deal with an IC, LE and federal government chock full of traitors, supported by a treasonous, lying press, and where nobody can be fully trustred?

      Where is your plan? Who specifically would you hire? Who specifically would you fire? What is the plan?

      1. brian - July 7, 2020

        You again taking this personal, its not a me vs you, but you are making it so..

        As I stated there are plenty of patriots that don’t fear the swamp and I gave a few names. I’ve heard Barr speak, at the Federalist speech and the times when he does the soft interviews. Soft talking tough guy that has yet to produce any real significant results. So I know what he’s against and for, but to date its just talk and thats cheap and plentiful. Results, the fruits are where the rubber meets the road and Barr comes up very short.

        You haven’t bothered to address anything I pointed out but think I’m supposed to list off those needing to be fired and have a detailed plan on how to solve the problem. So who needs to be fired… those that signed off on raiding Roger Stones place, tipping off cnn. Those corrupt lawyers on Flynns perjury trap, those beaurocrats and lawyers stopping the declassification of the numerous scandals that Trump gave orders to declassify…. need more???

        Who to hire??? Non swamp patriots. Grenell did an interview with Trump Jr… you might want to watch that if you haven’t already.. To say there are none to little resources, as in swamp fighters, is again, vastly under estimation of the American spirit and God. I would suggest there are more patriots that have no fear of the swamp, media and billionaires, willing to take the fight to them than you are accounting for.

        Until I hear a brilliant strategy of how and why Barr would ignore obvious crimes of lying to the FBI, by criminals, and then do nothing about General Flynns perjury trap. Or the strategy of nabbing a handful of seditious minnows and a few pedo’s while allowing brazen lawlessness to foment across the country.

        As the guy responsible for law and order he is coming up very short. If he’s so fearful of the swamp then he should do the right ting and step down. But he won’t because he came out of swamp retirement to do one thing… slow walk and mitigate damage to the swamp. And if Trump loses, he goes back into ‘retirement’ and everything is deep six’d by demoncrap. oh well…

        Its a war… not all ‘allies’ are allies.

        2 Corinthians 11:14 And no wonder! For Satan himself transforms himself into an angel of light

    2. Jimmy MacAfee - July 7, 2020

      Not to mention that we’re up against Google and the billionaires and the Congress they’ve bought that won’t listen to us Little People..

      I’m waiting.

  11. brian - July 7, 2020

    must be in the dog house… nothing posts, even shorter posts…testing…

  12. brian - July 7, 2020

    There seems to be some oddity happening with this site. Posts aren’t showing up after submitting. Then show up later, aren’t showing up in the recent posts section. When clicking on a recent poster the refresh just goes to the article header and not the post. Got a double posting.. Site attack??

    1. David Blackmon - July 7, 2020

      YOu aren’t the only person having an issue. Silas is as well. No idea what Akismet is doing.

  13. Gregg - July 7, 2020

    I’m seeing a lot of your stuff Brian, must be delayed.

    And I appreciate it.

    I’m done trying to reason with a certain poster and I am done bitching about Barr’s apparent short comings.

    You and I have repeatedly stated the case as to how and who could have been a better choice. Apparently a certain poster has all the inside knowledge of what is really going on and we peons know nothing of which we speak…

    If President Trump is satisfied with Barr’s performance (and at this point that is all that really matters) then we have to be also. If Barr’s DOJ actually does something to punish the coup players then I’ll be the first person to admit I was wrong.

    But I have seen Republican Politicians and Republican appointees come up woefully short for most of my 60 years and I fear the same thing happening now. It’s called wisdom guided by experience. The problem we face now is if we fail to reelect Trump and if Trump’s “wingman” fails to mete out proper justice then the America we love and the America as founded is kaput.

  14. brian - July 7, 2020

    “If Barr’s DOJ actually does something to punish the coup players then I’ll be the first person to admit I was wrong.”

    Brother we will be jostling to see who will be first in line for that.

    I have no problem having debates as its a positive, any way you slice it until it devolves into mere ad hominum attacks. Not only does it force you to have carefully considered your point of view for which you should be prepared to defend. We are all subject to defending our pride moreso than our position it would seem. Of which I am guilty of as well and try to watch for and remove that element from my arguments.

    I think there is a big difference between holding a public servant ‘s feet to the fire and questioning why there is a dearth of any real substantial productivity and outright attacking for the sake of attacking, trolling. I don’t see the few insignificant foot soldiers caught or the few pedos as being bombshells as so often the announcements proclaim. No… I’m not saying its not important or something to be ignored. I’m simply not going to give Barr wow credit for doing what any reasonable person would do, its his JOB to go after these slime.

    So until we see some very significant dirtballs being perp walked, the coup cabal, the money suppliers supporting the ongoing coup attempt, Clintons and their ‘charitable’ foundation examined and the other litany of criminals, political and otherwise, being indicted.

    Until these treasonous criminals start showing up in court then I’ll hold the line on my opinion, that Barr is a deep state polished turd. TicToc will continue to state ‘Any day now indictments’ Barr will continue doing the ‘its a travesty’ tour talks in soft undertones and lighting.

    The frustration I see from many other sites, is the same as here. After nearly a year and a half of helming the DoJ, Barr has to his credit a small handful of brine shrimp. Not something I’d say to be overly proud of. What he can be proud of tho… is protecting the swamps drain.

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