The Clinton Poison

I ran across this plus some other shocking information at I would be wary of believing some of it, but I found this sentence intriguing:

The real reason Sergei Skripal was poisoned was because he was about to give evidence linking Hillary Clinton and the U.S. Democratic Party to attempts to smear U.S. President Donald Trump, Russian FSB sources say.

It concerns the former Russian attacked in the U.K.

When it comes to the Clintons, it’s hard to disbelieve anything said about them, given their history.

Something to consider amid all the news reports.

We’re Revolting – Seriously

The incomparable Kurt Schlicter writes a boffo column at Townhall.

It’s called “The Joy and Necessity of Driving Liberals Nuts.” Enjoy!

Is the foundation of our revolt against the elites – which the liberals and the Fredocons call “Trumpism” because they don’t want to face the fact that Normals are tired of their corruption and incompetence – merely trolling by a bunch of malcontents? True, we do enjoy messing with them. You look at the avatar of the movement, Donald Trump, and he’s the Trollmaster Level XII Emeritus. This guy lays down the smack, and a lot of Americans are delighted by his antics.

But is that all this is? Is our movement simply about slamming the people we’re annoyed at and nothing more?

Of course not.

Don’t worry – we’re not showing our cards here. Napoleon (allegedly) warned that you should never interrupt your enemy when he is making a mistake, and dismissing your opponent – especially one who snatched away the presidency from The Smartest Women in the History of Ever – is always a grave strategic error. But we can safely discuss it here because they won’t listen. They can’t listen – to listen to us is to take us seriously and admit to themselves that We The People are a threat to Them Our Betters. Just look at the comments below – go and see how many of them draw exactly the opposite point that this column makes. They have to minimize and marginalize us because labelling our rebellion against their self-serving, failed rule a mere temper tantrum allows them to avoid the painful reality that they brought this on themselves because they are terrible.

We are blessed with an enemy that refuses to even try to understand us, but do we ever understand them. And that means we know their weaknesses. After all, the establishment has been in our faces all our lives. We can’t not know them because there is no way to avoid them. The media, entertainment, politics – it’s all them all the time, so we know what makes them tick, and where to plant the charges to bring down the whole stinking edifice.

It’s just a matter of pushing their buttons.

Annoying liberals and the Never Trump Gimp Gang is vitally important to our movement, and not just because it is fun, though fun is important. As Alinsky taught, the best techniques are the ones your people have fun with (Rule 6: “A good tactic is one your people enjoy.”). And there’s not much more fun to be had with your clothes on than driving pompous liberals to distraction.

But getting under our opponents’ collective collectivist skin is more than just an enjoyable way to pass the time. It performs vital functions for the movement both by exposing our enemy for what it is, and for supporting our own side’s morale.

Alinsky got it. Rule 5: “Ridicule is man’s most potent weapon.” What’s important to our Alleged Betters? Their self-image as smart, sophisticated, and capable. Look at their bizarre fixation on academic credentials. Their status is everything to them. They consider themselves deserving of power not by some divine right – only us Normals believe in that God stuff – but by right of their own secular divinity.

So we need to deny them the respect and deference they believe they earned by getting a Gender Studies bachelors at Oberlin, or by being a Deputy Assistant Undersecretary of Kissing Up to the Mullahs, or by playing a magical guy in spandex in comic book movies. Their pompous self-regard is a fat, juicy target, and we need to be on it like Ana Navarro and Michael Moore on a discount buffet.

We’re not trying to shatter their infinite self-confidence. We can’t. They came to believe that they are superior despite a total lack of evidence and their unbroken track record of failure running our society, so a bunch of facts and observations from us is not going to make them stroke their stupid hipster beards and mutter, “Gee, I guess those rubes are right. We really do suck.”

The real purpose of our relentless mockery and our relentless highlighting of their relentless hypocrisy and incompetence is to demonstrate to the sleeping masses that the people claiming to be their betters are, in fact, not better at all. It’s easy to go through life shrugging and thinking “I’ll just leave it to the people who know best,” but the premise of that attitude is that the people claiming to know best actually know best. And they demonstrably don’t.

So that’s why, whether in columns or on TV or on Twitter or even in books about how an Americadivided by liberals might look, we need to keep at the left about their lies and duplicity. Here’s an example – when Jeff Session fired that unspeakable hack Andrew McCabe, Democrat transcriptionist Chris Cillizza of CNN tweeted, “If you think firing McCabe was totally the right thing to do and fully justified, ask yourself this: Why was it done at 10 pm on a Friday night?” But wait, aren’t the FBI and the DoJ paragons of propriety and stuff, or was there a memo distributed among the chattering changing that which we all missed?

So I responded: “Why are you attacking the integrity of the FBI? Didn’t the FBI determine McCabe had violated the law and merited dismissal? Why do you hate our intelligence services and, by extension, America, @CillizzaCNN?” Thousands of you liked and retweeted it. And a bunch of libs collectively wet themselves.

That’s when they reveal who they really are. You get them mad enough and they will confess that yes, they really do want to take away our freedom of speech, and yes, they really do want to confiscate our guns and, often, yes, they really do want us dead. The suppressed truth about what they really think and really intend to do is right there – you just have to get them really mad so they don’t try to hide it anymore.

Which brings us to the second key reason to mock libs. Morale. It shows people on our side that someone, somewhere is fighting back – and demonstrates the possibility that you can too.

The establishment tries to win when they tell us we are nothing, nobodies, “rubes” and “yokels,” as some of them recently labeled Normals who resist them. But they only win when we believe them.

Mockery is an act of resistance, critical pushback that tells the people isolated and discouraged by the establishment into thinking that nothing can ever change, that their would-be masters cannot be challenged.

So when our enemies start spouting off about how Donald Trump’s tweets show that this movement is nothing but unfocused rage and anger, and how conservative fighters are just a bunch of trolls, understand that our enemies don’t try to stop us from doing things that hurt our movement. They try to stop us doing things that help our cause. These people are hacks and clowns, puffed up on their own importance and vulnerable to a weapon we wield with brutal skill.

That weapon is contempt. And it’s a key component of our campaign to take our country back.

Another Unbelievable Connection

Who is Lisa Barsoomian and why does it matter?

She’s a Georgetown Law graduate and a protege of James Comey and Robert Mueller. According to

with her boss R Craig Lawrence represented Bill Clinton in 1998 Lawrence also represented

Robert Muller three times

James Comey five times

Barack Obama 45 times

Kathleen Sebelius 56 times

Bill Clinton 40 times and

Hillary Clinton 17 times

between 1998 and 2017

Barsoomian herself represented the FBI at least five times

You may be saying to yourself, okay who cares, who cares about the work history of this Barsoomian woman.

Apparently someone does.

Someone out there cares so much that they’ve purged all Barsoomian court documents for her Clinton representation in Hamburg vs. Clinton in 1998 and its appeal in 1999 from the DC District and Appeals court dockets.

Someone out there cares so much that the internet has been purged of all information pertaining to Barsoomian.

Historically this indicates that the individual is a protected CIA operative.

Additionally Lisa Barsoomian has specialized in opposing Freedom of Information Act requests on behalf of the intelligence community.

Why does Barsoomian, CIA operative, merit any mention?


She is Assistant Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s WIFE

That’s why.

Barsoomian’s loyalties are tainted.

How could this not have influenced Rosenstein?

This clearly violates the appearance of impropriety attorney’s rules?

Both owe their careers as US attorneys to Muller, Obama, Bush, and the Clintons.

Impartiality? that’s impossible.

Rod Rosenstein has no business involving himself in the Hillary Clinton-DNC funded Steel dossier, and the ongoing Russia investigation.

Much less the selection of his mentor and his wife’s mentor Robert Muller as Special Counsel.

Blatant Bias at 5

At noon I decided to turn to Channel 5 to get the weather.

For the most part, I refrain from watching local newscasts because they are only crime stories and bad weather prognostications. They live in a republic of fear at 5, a place I do not choose to visit.

But I did visit and immediately regretted it.

Up popped a story, from CNN, as it turns out, about Larry Kudlow joining Trump’s economic team. But 5’s Kym Clark introduced it by saying, “It’s a presidency that was essentially born on reality TV and now the lines between TV and reality are blurring even further.”

What? It’s a presidency born of hard work, a lifetime of achievements and a knowledge of the American people’s feelings not understood by his opponent. Trump was on an NBC show no less. Does that mean we should stop watching their stuff, if this is the outcome? Is that the implication? As for blurring even further, I think the Trump voter understands reality and the fake media much better than anyone in that business. Talk about editorializing!

“Donald Trump has chosen a cable news personality to be his top economic advisor. But Larry Kudlow (she mispronounced his name) certainly isn’t the only wire running straight from the TV to the White House.”

Kudlow had a show on CNBC, a sister network, but before that worked in the White House under Reagan, wrote several books about the economy and has his own financial firm. He’s in touch with the big people in the finance industry. Besides, he was never a “celebrity.” I doubt 2% of people would recognize him if he knocked on their door. Sad that they have to scuttle all his years of work to dwell on his relatively short TV career. But that’s how awful the media has become.

The CNN story went on to quote David Rothkopf as decrying the choice, tweeting “Fake experts for fake advisory roles. Trumptopia.” Who the hell is David Rothkopf and who cares?

She went on to criticize former Fox anchor Heather Nauert for becoming No. 4 at the State Department. She appears to have done well there. Why shouldn’t she be promoted? Oh, that’s right, I forgot. Only Deep State people are allowed to rise. And their sexism is showing.

Then she said, “another Fox personality could be joining the Trump administration. Pete Hedgespeth is currently being considered to run the sprawling department of Veterans affairs, that employs just over 400,000 people.” “Could be?” Is that the journalistic standard for reporting? Speculation outweighs facts?

And how horrible is it that a recent veteran might take over to help a veterans’ administration often staffed by people who were never in the military? Remember Obama’s choice for VA Secretary, Robert McDonald? He was a retired CEO of Procter & Gamble. A veteran who understands veterans’ needs surely can’t be considered.

“President Trump doesn’t just hire media types, he consults them, too. He dined recently with Fox News personalities Jesse Waters and Geraldo Rivera reportedly gossiping about TV and politics.” Note the “reportedly.” How does she know he was consulting with them? She has no idea what they talked about. Why shouldn’t he dine with whomever he wants? Barack Obama was interviewed by GloZell, the youtube “star” who broadcast from a bathtub filled with cereal and milk, eating out of it.

Don’t forget Zach Galifianakis, on his Youtube show, Between Two Ferns where they discussed his pardoning of the turkeys, among other inanities. Now that’s journalism!

But the CNN reporter went on to slam Kimberly Guilfoyle and Sean Hannity, who seems to have made the decision on the Iran nuclear deal and the release of the GOP memo alleging corruption and anti Trump bias by FBI members.

She pompously ended it with, “presidential advisors in the age of Trump. Randy Kay, CNN.”

Clark couldn’t be upstaged, so she then said, rolling her eyes, “President Trump may or may not make another change in his White House circle soon. Sources told CNN Trump is ready to replace National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster. No announcement was made to allow McMaster to nail down his next step.”

I see Channel 5 does not keep up with the news, because that was debunked this morning. In fact, it appears that was a test to see who is leaking at the White House. Sarah Sanders denied it yesterday and last night, but NBC must not keep up – or want to.

What do you want to bet that if a Democrat president (God help us) tapped people at CNN, they would jump on board without blinking. Would they be criticized then?

You know the answer.

New GOP Must Prevail

The race in Pennsylvania has not yet been called. With only a 579 vote difference, they must count the military and absentee ballots to see who wins.

However, the message from this election as I see it, is that the Trump GOP candidates can win; the RINO/normal GOPers cannot.

If you doubt this, look at the Alabama Senate race. Had Trump backed Luther won the primary, he probably would have won the race.

In the Pennsylvania race, the Democrat Lamb cloaked himself in Trump GOP messages. He is a Marine. He said he’d work with the opposition. He said he’d back tax cuts and that he’s pro life. The naive Pennsylvani electorate believed him. He’s really a wolf in lamb’s clothing and will follow whatever Pelosi tells him to do.

Saccone got a big bump from Trump’s stumping for him. Before Trump came, Saccone was trailing. Too bad he didn’t take a cue from the president and become more vocal. He disowned unions, which seems like the main reason he didn’t win. Trump made it easy in this steel country, after he put tariffs on foreign steel. Saccone should have run with that. His predecessor, Republican Tim Murphy, did back the unions.

Lamb got a lot of outside money, too. Somehow the broke DNC always manages to scrape together enough to push their vile candidates. Does anyone else smell Soros?

Now we’ll be subjected to media insisting there is a blue wave coming in November. It will also energize the Dems to get their people out.

Anyone we put up must be free of sexual scandals and deeply vetted. That hurt us in the House in 2006 when we lost our majority after the Florida GOP congressmen had been outed for his attraction to House pages. The Dems know this tactic well and it always works for them. They have the media ready with their megaphones to help them.

Maybe Trump should fire Ronna Romney McDaniels. I’m not sure she is tough enough for the job. Fortunately, saying “you’re fired” is an easy call for the president.

This is going to be a very tough summer because the campaign slurs will be fast and furious coming our way. We must act offensively and shut the Dems down. Too much is at stake.