Suicide Is Not Collateral Damage to Dismiss

FOIA Release of McCabe Memo Highlights Much More Than Rosenstein’s “Wear a Wire” Controversy… sundance – “A Judicial Watch FOIA Lawsuit has resulted in the release of a May 16, 2017, memo written by then Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe.

“There are three aspects to this McCabe memo that warrant attention: (1) Rosenstein’s willingness to wear a wire. (2) Evidence that Rosenstein took Mueller into the White House on May 16, 2017, as a set-up to interview Mueller’s pending target; and (3) the CURRENT redactions to the memo indicate CURRENT efforts by the CURRENT AG Bill Barr to protect a corrupt endeavor that encompasses Rod Rosenstein. While all three aspects are alarming; the last aspect is concerning in the extreme.

Whistleblower Hysteria: Why Democrats Don’t Want To Investigate Joe Biden And Son. Sara Carter – “The President’s battle with them is fierce and the actions of these individuals are extremely dangerous to our democracy and the basic concepts in ethics that made our society – American society – trust in journalists.

“Trump openly stated that he spoke to the Ukrainian president about Biden. There is nothing wrong with him doing so. It looks like some of his enemies in the intelligence community found another way to get what is considered highly classified phone conversations public and in the media. Remember, the way they did with former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn.

This time, an undisclosed whistleblower, with intelligence access, reported the President’s conversation to the Inspector General. That’s all it took and voila, eventually the story was leaked. If this is the case and Democrats want the the report of his conversation, shouldn’t the American public have the right to all conversations with previous Presidents and the Ukrainian government.

And why does the media and Democrat Party ignore the real evidence that has exposed some in their own party.

In Ukraine matter, Democrats apply Russiagate lesson: Strike fast, don’t wait to find out what happened. Byron York – “The life of the Trump-Ukraine affair can be measured in days and the most basic facts of the matter are still unknown. Yet, many Democrats and their allies in the media are already renewing their calls for the impeachment of President Trump.

“So now, with many of the president’s adversaries in a high state of agitation about the Ukraine story, the lesson of Trump-Russia is: move fast, don’t withhold judgment. And don’t want for the results a long, ponderous investigation. It might not produce the ending Democrats want.

The whistleblower and the Biden boomerang … neo – “But some of them also have a conviction that they are correct about Trump’s evil nature, and that if they just keep digging, they are sure to find evidence of that evil. So each time something surfaces that has even the smallest chance of destroying him, they latch onto it and actually believe it, welcoming it with joyous relief that finally, finally, their dreams are going to come true.”

Like It Never Even Happened. Steve Feinstein – “This is exactly how the Democratic Party operates these days.”

“Whenever one of their current talking points or policy planks is shown to be dishonest or wildly inaccurate or completely deceptive, the Dems don’t apologize or modify their position or readjust their thinking in the slightest. Instead, they do exactly the opposite: they dig their heels in deeper, reconfirm their existing stance and plow forward as if the contradictory new evidence never came to light.

For the current-day Democratic Party, there are no setbacks, nothing to contradict their narrative, nothing that gets them to step back from an aggressively staked-out pre-planned position. Regardless of the events on the ground, Democrats always double down and push forward like it never even happened.

When Men Kill Themselves Over Unproven Allegations, Me Too Has Gone Too Far. Libby Emmons – “Me Too started with a hashtag, then morphed into a trend of public humiliation, trial by media, and personal boycotts that altered the standards by which a person is judged.”

“Without media outlets at your command, however, there’s no way to give a defense in the court of public opinion. A public defense on social media makes you look like a jerk, and therefore guilty. An admission of guilt often does not result in redemption but further ostracization.

It is harming to both men and women to destroy the standards of conduct between the sexes and replace it with a collection of feelings that change months, years, or even a decade later. Both end up on edge, second guessing their interactions. The men who are caught in this snare have a right to know what the rules are before they break them. Punishment by social mobbing is never an acceptable form of justice.

Top-level climate modeler goes rogue, criticizes ‘nonsense’ of ‘global warming crisis’. Thomas Lifson – “Writing in the Australian site Quadrant, Tony Thomas introduces the English-Speaking world to the truth-telling of Dr. Mototaka Nakamura.” … “But who are you going to believe: a superbly qualified Japanese scientist or a Swedish teenager with mental issues?

The Trump and Modi rally in Texas… neo – “Note the touch (which Althouse also points out) of the phrase “bowels of the stadium.” Can you imagine if this rally had occurred during the Obama administration, with Obama and an Indian Prime Minister doing the same thing? It would have been hyped to the skies, and there wouldn’t have been a “bowel” or an “ego” in sight.

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