Sunday, July 15, 2018


Isn't it ironic that a foreign government agency would be responsible for blowing the whistle on corruption in US politics? Where was the FBI? Why was the Obama Administration derelict in protecting Americans and policing our political system? Who are the culprits here?

Why are the whistle blowers being punished instead of rewarded?

What was exposed is that the DNC was rigging the nomination in favor of Hillary by sabotaging the Sanders campaign. And, if the Russians were able to unearth the corruption why was US law enforcement oblivious to it? Now that's something Mueller should be investigating.

12 Russian intelligence officers indicted for conspiring to interfere with 2016 presidential election - NationofChange

Friday, July 13, 2018


It looks like POTUS is once again being played by the Establishment and, once again, he will beat them at their own game because he won't play by their rules.

The expectation is that by the DOJ indicting a dozen Russians for alleged crimes against the Establishment a few days before POTUS is scheduled to sit down with Vlad P he will be compelled to create an incident designed to make him look bad by creating tension and possible hostility between the 2 countries. 

To make that happen POTUS would have to go along with the Establishment's "allegations" that Russia was guilty of these alleged crimes without the benefit of a real trial or conviction; but just the allegations made by agencies that are know to be infested with people hostile to POTUS and willing to commit acts (possible crimes) with the intention to bring him down.

Will POTUS just roll over and go along with the ploy?

Trump Will 'Absolutely, Firmly' Ask Putin About Russian Meddling in US Elections


Indicting people you can't even aprehend, let alone convict is foolhardy and only supports POTUS' claim that  Mueller is on a witch hunt; nothing more that an attempt to derail  the Trump presidency.

It looks like the tactic is backfiring. 

Rosenstein target of impeachment filing being prepared by House conservatives: report | Fox News


Harvey Weinstein Speaks: 'Everyone' Trades Sex for Film Roles

Months after the first allegations of sexual harassment, abuse, and rape published in The New York Times and the New Yorker, disgraced Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein has spoken.

“Yes, I did offer them acting jobs in exchange for sex, but so did and still does everyone,” he told The Spectator in an interview published Friday.

“But I never, ever forced myself on a single woman.”

Weinstein was accused by more than 20 women of misconduct ranging from uncomfortable advances to using his immense power to leverage sex out of young actresses. The movie titan seemed to have a modus operandi—invite budding actresses to his hotel room for a reading or audition, emerge from the shower in his bathrobe, and ask for a massage or pressure them to perform sex acts. Some of the more severe allegations say he forced himself onto women and raped them.

A New York grand jury indicted Weinstein in late May on rape and sex crime charges after he turned himself into police. Weinstein was taken in for “alleged sex attacks in Manhattan in 2004 and 2013,” Page Six reported. According to Deadline, he faces up to 25 years in prison.

In the interview conducted by notorious far-right author Taki Theodoracopulos, Weinstein described himself as a “poor, ugly, Jewish” kid when he was young, and said he had “to fight all my life to get somewhere.” He seemingly justified his predatory behavior by noting how “No girl looked at me until I made it big in Hollywood.”

Some of Hollywood’s biggest names have been subject to Weinstein’s alleged misconduct. Gwyneth Paltrow recalled being asked for a massage and being threatened her after she reported Weinstein to Brad Pitt, her boyfriend at the time. Uma Thurman said the mogul attempted to “shove himself” on her. Angelina Jolie was more vague in her accusations, but claimed her experiences with him were enough to never want to work with him again. Ashley Judd and Mira Sorvino both claim that they saw their careers take hits after they refused his advances.

Thursday, July 12, 2018


It appears that there are multiple version of Peter Strzok; or so he would like the American public to believe.

First there's the "patriotic" Strzok; Dedicated, devoted and absolutely "unbiased" FBI agent, defender of the Constitution against anyone he personally deems to be a threat to even if it is the POTUS who was duly elected by millions of law abiding Americans.

Then, there's the loving and caring husband and family man; a staunch member of the community and respected government employee.

Also, there's the after hours party animal who describes bad mouthing Trump with a co-worker he's committing adultery with as "intimate" conversations. An interesting concept of "talking dirty" for one to grasp, but then who should judge?

A number of these conversations alluded to "stopping" (bringing down) Trump dare Americans choose to elect him POTUS.

To an average observer this might appear to be nothing more than a case of an over zealos, horney, arrogant, and overly biased government employee trying to impress his girlfriend, while other might contend that Mr. Strzok is a minor, but dangerous. player in the "deep state" conspiracy theorist like to talk about.

What is real is anyone's guess, but one thing for certain, Mr, Strzok is not who he says he is while in front of cameras or a Congressional hearing.

Strzok: 'Simply No Evidence of Bias in My Professional Actions'

Thursday, July 5, 2018


San Antonio man threw drink, stole MAGA hat, video shows | Fort Worth Star-Telegram

Police in San Antonio are investigating after a teen says he was attacked and insulted inside a Whataburger restaurant for wearing a "Make America Great Again" hat.

Hunter Richard, 16, filmed the incident, which occurred Tuesday at the Whataburger near the intersection of Nacodoches Road and Thousand Oaks on San Antonio's North Side. He told WOAI that the MAGA hat in the video was stolen from him by a man who ripped it off his head, tearing out some of Richard's hair, before throwing a drink at him.

The 20-second video, which originated on Facebook but has since spread across social media, begins with a man teasing someone off camera by holding the hat just out of reach and saying, "Supporting the president," incredulously.