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Democrat Operative Admits: We’ve Been Rigging Elections “for 50 Years”

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Comment by Jim Campbell

June 3rd, 2019

Project Veritas and James O’Keef take are as good as gold.

Friday, 21 October 2016

An oldie from the past.

O’Keef has dug up more verifiable dirt on leftist moves than perhaps Julian Assange did for WikiLeaks.

Feel free to call this the dancing with venomous snakes edition!

Written by Selwyn Duke

  • “It’s a very easy thing for Republicans to say, ‘Well, they’re bussing people in.’ Well, you know what? We’ve been bussing people in to deal with you fg a*s for 50 years and we’re not going to stop now.”

So said Scott Foval, until recently the national field director for left-wing group Americans United for Change.

The people he described so vulgarly are Republicans, and by “deal with” he was referring to committing vote fraud.

You know, that crime Democrats claim doesn’t exist.

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The Tyranny of Secracy

Excellent article!

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Comment by Jim Campbell

June 2nd 2019

The CIA attempts to be as helpful as possible when delivering top-secret intelligence for government review.

How can we possibly know that the individual in the video below is actually a former CIA agent whose family was poisoned by the Agency when he went rogue?

Factually we can’t and this entire proposal would be a propaganda writers dream.

If we are to believe what is being said is true, we are in far worse trouble than the unknowing ever thought.

We need not perish in quicksand, just roll over on our backs and float.

That’s what it seems like we will have to do until of a great deal of this shakes out.

Most who are following the current situation in Washington D.C. believe that Attorney General Barr will be bringing the usual evil doers to justice very soon.

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Governmental Secrecy: Shield…

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What do the things in this list have in common?

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Fast & Furious, promotion of architects of its failure
Libya
Benghazi
Insurance companies guaranteed a captive market
IRS Tea Gate Lernergate
Attacks on The Press
–James Rosen, SP, Sheryl Atkisson
Coal mining industry shutdown
ISIS subsidized Caliphate
False flag chemical attacks in Syria
Use of the surveillance state to spy on Opposition, Press, Foreign allies
Attacks on First and Second Amendment, Free speech and self-defense advocates as “bitter clingers” to religion, guns Not least: SPYGATE, MUELLERGATE, HILLARYGATE
Last word to staff: “[you] decide what to hide from [your new elected President]”. FBI destruction of evidence in Hillarygate “investigation”
Exoneration written weeks before finish of the investigation Tarmac conflict of interest meeting on the Tarmac
Serial sexual harasser husband, and the FBI search to uncover the tarmac whistleblower

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DoD bought phony military gear made in China, including counter-night vision clothing that didn’t actually work

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Comment by Jim Campbell

June 1st, 2019

Clearly enough to make any warrior proud.

That being said, would we expect anything different when the federal government is involved in the supply chain?

Military Times

By: Kyle Rempfer

June 1st, 2019

The U.S. military, government agencies, and other purchasers bought more than $20 million worth of Chinese-made counterfeit goods designed to look like domestically produced gear from a company that defrauded the government and helped to orchestrate the counterfeiting process between January 2013 and October 2018, Justice Department officials said last week.

The counterfeit gear included 200 specialized parkas designed to counter night vision goggles that would have been used by U.S. Air Force personnel stationed in Afghanistan.

But the Multicam APECS Parkas sold to an unnamed U.S. Air Force base supply center didn’t actually do that, which could have put troops’ lives at risk.

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Sorry, Alarmists, Climate Change Chaos Is Not Here

Despite Democrats’ cataclysmal framing of every weather event, Americans are safer than ever.

Climate isn’t the same as weather—unless, of course, weather happens to be politically useful. In that case, weather portends climate apocalypse.

So warns Elizabeth Warren as she surveyed Iowan rainstorms, which she claims, like tornadoes and floods, are more frequent and severe. “Different parts of the country deal with different climate issues,” Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D–Malthusia) cautioned as she too warned of extreme tornadoes. “But ALL of these threats will be increasing in intensity as climate crisis grows and we fail to act appropriately.”

Sen. Jeff Merkley (D–Ore.) recently sent a fundraising email warning Democrats that climate change was causing “growing mega-fires, extremely destructive hurricanes, and horrific flooding” in which “American lives are at stake.”

Even if we pretend that passing a bazillion-dollar authoritarian Green New Deal would do anything to change the climate, there is no real-world evidence that today’s weather is increasingly threatening to human lives. By every quantifiable measure, in fact, we’re much safer despite the cataclysmal framing of every weather-related event.

How many of those taken in by alarmism realize that deaths from extreme weather have dropped somewhere around 99.9 percent since the 1920s? Heat and cold can still be killers, but thanks to increasingly reliable and affordable heating and cooling systems, and other luxuries of the age, the vast majority of Americans will never have to fear the climate in any genuine way.

Since 1980, death caused by all natural disasters and heat and cold is somewhere under 0.5 percent.

It’s true that 2019 has seen a spike in tornadoes, but mostly because 2018 was the first year recorded without a single violent tornado in the United States. Tornadoes killed 10 Americans in 2018, the fewest since we started keeping track of these things in 1875, only four years after the nefarious combustion engine was invented.

There has also been a long-term decline in the cost of tornado damage. In 2018, we experienced near-lows in this regard. The only better years were 2017, 2016, and 2015.

After a few devastating hurricanes around a decade ago, we were similarly warned that it was a prelude to endless storms and ecological disaster. This was followed by nine years without a single major hurricane in the United States. Or, in other words, six fewer hurricanes than we experienced in 1908 alone.

According to the U.S. Natural Hazard Statistics, in fact, 2018 saw below the 30-year average in deaths not only by tornadoes and hurricanes (way under average) but also from heat, flooding, and lighting. We did experience a slight rise in deaths due to cold.

Pointing out these sort of things usually elicits the same reaction: Why do you knuckle-dragging troglodytes hate science? Well, because science’s predictive abilities on most things, but especially climate, have been atrocious. But mostly because science is being used as a cudgel to push leftist policy prescriptions without considering economic tradeoffs, societal reality, or morality.

There are two things in this debate that we can predict with near certitude: First, that modern technology will continue to allow human beings to adapt to organic and anthropogenic changes in the environment. Second, that human beings will never surrender the wealth and safety that technology has afforded and continues to afford them.

People who deny these realities are as clueless as any “denier” of science. That brings me back to Democrats.

There have been a number of stories predicting that 2020 will finally be the year politicians start making climate change an important issue. One can only imagine these reporters started their jobs last week.

It’s true that a number of Democrat presidential hopefuls have taken “no fossil fuel money” pledges—as if they were going to get any of that cash anyway—as they spew carbon into the atmosphere searching for another bad-weather photo-op. Kevin Curtis, the executive director of NRDC Action Fund, told BuzzFeed News that all of this was “really wicked cool.”

The 2018 midterm elections, adds Anthony Leiserowitz, director of the Yale Program on Climate Change Communication, are when “climate change was beginning, for the first time, to play a significant role in a few races across the country.”

A poll conducted by that very same Yale Program on Climate Change Communication found that even for the most left-wing voters, climate change—an imminent planetary tragedy that threatens the existence of all humanity and most animal species—ranked third on the list of most important issues. It ranked 17th among all voters, behind things like border security, tax reform, and terrorism.

Maybe one day the electorate will finally buy in. Climate change, though, didn’t even make a blip on exit polls of 2018. That is why Democrats keep ratcheting up the hysteria over every environmental tragedy.

“Climate chaos is here,” declares Merkley, “but it’s not too late to act.” Remember: When disaster is perpetually ten years away, it’s never too late to send Democrats some of your money.

David Harsanyi is a Senior Editor at The Federalist. He is the author of the book, First Freedom: A Ride Through America’s Enduring History with the Gun, From the Revolution to Today. Follow him on Twitter.

Funny how no one wants to look into that report that Omar married her brother…

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Democrat Rep. Ilhan Omar Married Her Biological Brother ... Image via explainlife.com

American Thinker

By Monica Showalter

You’d think they’d be all over this like tabloid papparazzi. Wild and prurient news always sells papers and draws viewer eyeballs, and the scattered reports about how America’s first Muslim congresswoman, Rep. Ilhan Omar, reportedly married her own brother in a bid to bring him into the country ahead of the others trying to get in, is quite a doozy. The press certainly got excited about the Stormy Daniels controversy for such a reason, but why the absence of interest in Omar’s kinky weird love life?

Now the fearless Michelle Malkin has taken up the case, wanting to know why this isn’t being looked into by either the press or more importantly, these law enforcers. She writes:

Investigations dating back to 2016 by blogger Scott Johnson of Power Line (which recently celebrated 15 years in the blogosphere), David North of the Center…

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Truth Spoken Here in Images

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Comments by Jim Campbell

May 30th, 2019

Believe it, the images below are all true.

Nancy Pelosi Above

H/T to the Zombie Apocalypse for the Images

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We’re from the government and we are here to help you

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By Jim Campbell

May 30th 2019

The government exists in so way shape or for to help us, it’s all about controlling us which will not go well for them when we have had enough and rise up.

Whoops did I just say that?

From the government?

Make that at least 40 to 40 years.

Private sector three to four weeks.

See the differences in the images below.

Back stroke artist, too old to try out for the U.S. Olympic Team

Turn out the lights, the party’s over for these morons.

I’ll take my chances with those above, with the federal government it goes without saying, they don’t know or understand why the U.S. Constitution and Bill of rights were put together.

We have no chance with the government, they believe it’s their duty to raise taxes and curtail our freedoms as quickly as they can.

Doubt me?

Ask yourself…

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Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, described the Trump-Russia narrative and Robert Mueller-led operation as parts of an “international effort to take out” President Donald Trump

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May 25, 2019

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Fitton previously described the Trump-Russia “collusion” narrative as “the big lie,” noting its ubiquity across the overlapping political and news media landscapes

“Yesterday, you had confirmation over in the United Kingdom that that intelligence operation there — the UK’s intelligence apparatus — also knew about the dossier,” said Fitton, “and part of that spying that took place with Stefan Halper also took place in London.

The New York Times, at the end of their story, exposing that, disclosed that the UK knew about that spy operation as well.”

Fitton added, “You had this other agency, supposedly a friend of the United States laundering the Steele dossier that was created as a result of FBI-DNC-Clinton took place in consultation with Russian intelligence.

It’s pretty incredible stuff, and it shows you that it was an international effort to take…

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