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Dec 5 • 7 tweets • 3 min read
The base has legitimate and non-negotiable expectations from @GOPChairwoman Ronna McDaniel beyond simply listening to what we in the base want regarding he run for reelection to RNC Chair...
Understand, this is not an accusation but an expression of the base's position. 1/
This process must be transparent. We expect @GOPChairwoman to publicly state every promise she has made to one of the 168 GOP electors to obtain or keep their vote for the Chair...
This will eliminate any suspicion or accusations of "buying" votes. 2/
Sep 21 • 7 tweets • 1 min read
Here's how the NY AG civil lawsuit will go....
Once Trump is served, he takes a few weeks to respond. He probably cannot remove the case since there are NY defendants, so no diversity. Now we're in mid-October. He moves to dismiss.
Sep 11 • 6 tweets • 1 min read
What the left is saying when they compare the minor fracas of January 6 2021 with Pearl Harbor and 9/11 is that America should declare war on you, the patriots.
Pearl Harbor was an active war and followed by a war that defeated our enemy.
9/11 was an active war which our current ruling class botched.
May 9 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Why to TV writers think we adore loud, stupid, emotion-driven female characters?
Exhibit A - that chick with bad hair in Ozark. I hated her. The plot was largely her getting mad, doing something, and causing chaos.
Apr 22 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
You are getting at the correct premise, but we need to take it all the way.
Disney is not losing its (special) privilege because its CEO rolled over to the weirdos of the left in and out of the company and decried the anti-pervert bill. That might be a pure 1A issue. 1/
Disney is using both cultural and political power to impose a horrific agenda of bizarre gender madness and other leftist poison on us normal people. It is not just saying "Disney thinks such and such." It is imposing its prog vision on us. We must fight back or become serfs. 2/
Mar 19 • 6 tweets • 2 min read
This trend is bad news for these future lawyers. It seems trite, but they will never learn to argue when throwing tantrums because of their feelz is tolerated. If we retain a legal system based on argument, they will be lousy lawyers.
I go up against lousy lawyers all the time. They think shrieking about our position will let them win. Usually it doesn't. But what if it usually worked? What if they got the world they wanted, where the winner wins not by argument but by other means?
Jan 7 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Although I’m pissed off at them right now, @TedCruz is one of the best lawyers in the country. 1/
And I want to see Cruz use some of those legal skills to defend the political prisoners being held unconstitutionally in Biden‘s prison. Whatever happened to the right to a speedy trial? 2/
Sep 10, 2021 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
So, does this vaxx fascism win Biden anything politically?
I think it’s yet another bonehead maneuver by the most politically tone-deaf administration since Hoover. 1/
Everybody who is turgid over vaccines has already got them. The vast majority of people who haven’t got vaxxed have a reason, and they’re going to resent being told they have to get one or starve. 2/
Aug 18, 2021 • 4 tweets • 2 min read
Americans are tired of faceless censors and algorithms preventing them from speaking freely…
GOP, how about a fed law that requires major social media companies like Facebook to … 1/
Before censoring, have a senior - really senior) Facebook officer personally (in ink) sign a written, specific, declaration that he/she/xe 1) personally reviewed the material proposed to be censored and determined it violates the TOS, and describe precisely how; and… 2/
Aug 16, 2021 • 11 tweets • 2 min read
Beware of stupid people and people pretending to be stupid for effect...
Right now, Biden is more concerned with salvaging his popularity than with the disaster his incompetence unleashed. And his narrative janitors are doing their best to mop up the blood he's spilled...
If you think "But Trump invited the bad guys to negotiate at Camp David" or "Trump's deal freed a bunch of prisoners" are some sort of gotcha that put this on Trump, you're dumb or you think your followers are... 2/
Aug 8, 2021 • 7 tweets • 1 min read
For too long red state conservatives have offered to live and let live with blue state liberals but the blues are evangelical Marxists who cannot allow us to provide a counter example of freedom. 1/
So, no more. We must, by any means necessary, force them to be like us. No quarter. No compromise. 2/
Aug 6, 2021 • 5 tweets • 1 min read
Fun, true story...
We were in Japan for Yama Sakura in Kumamoto in 2002, I think, and after ENDEX we all hopped a bus to visit Nagasaki... 1/
The city was rebuilt, of course. Nothing glowed. We walked Ground Zero - the blast radius was smaller than you probably expect - and ended up at the Nagasaki A-Bomb Museum... 2/
Aug 4, 2021 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Hey, thanks Kavanaugh and Roberts for showing us why the Federalist Society/institutionalist model is totally bankrupt. Those 2 knew what the Constitution required and refused to do it to "protect the institution." Great job, guys. 1/
See, we were told that we cons should avoid judicial activists and nominate people who would faithfully apply the Constitution as written. But when it got hard, the Federalists Bros didn't do that. They folded to avoid conflict. We were told to suck it up. 2/
Aug 1, 2021 • 10 tweets • 2 min read
Here is Tom’s play so you nonlawyers understand it. He attempts to establish a basic principle, that vaccines in some circumstance can be made mandatory. But he doesn’t go through with the next part of the analysis, which are the facts specific to this particular situation. 1/
In fact, in the very rare instances when rights are implicated, the key is the analysis of the specific cracks. In this situation, we have a not very deadly virus, vaccines that aren’t perfect and variety of other factors. 2/
Jul 12, 2021 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
My favorite arguments in court are when the other, soon-to-be-losing lawyer, announces that the terrible thing that he has been saying is not what he was saying at all. This often happens when the jury starts scowling. 1/
So, we have this person and her grift. You contend it's not CRT (I expect you will try to say CRT is the narrow law school dogma rather than the common general woke ideology). But you agree that what this photo depicts is bad, right? This should be condemned & rejected, correct?
Jun 23, 2021 • 11 tweets • 2 min read
Let me help the licensed regime journalists with some questions this remarkable outburst gives rise to…
“Mr. President, if you plan to use force against American citizens, can you tell us how many BCTs the American military has currently deployable within the United States?”
“Also, do you know what a BCT is? Do you know how many troops are in a brigade combat team? Do you understand the logistical needs of a BCT and its vulnerabilities in an insurgency environment?”
Mar 14, 2021 • 9 tweets • 2 min read
I imagine our woke military leadership thought they would benefit from the prior default support American normals had for “the military” when jumping into politics against @TuckerCarlson.
Except they failed to note how normals had been burned by other institutions previously. 1/
This is not 30, 20, 10 or even five years ago. Over the last two decades, normal Americans have found themselves attacked by every institution they had expected to protect them - academia, the media, the NFL... 2/
Jan 30, 2021 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
OK, I really like small businesses. A lot. And there’s one I’ve been giving a lot of business to to take care of some functions and they didn’t catch something that cost me a few bucks more than it should’ve. @irinamoises pointed out that that might be an issue in... 1/
the future and she asked if they could remind us when doing future transactions about it so we wouldn’t have to pay more. The guy got snotty about it and it’s like dude, I don’t have to come to you. The moral is if you were a small businessman and you pride yourself... 2/
Dec 2, 2020 • 4 tweets • 1 min read
Interesting. I think it's at least potentially morally wrong. It might be a political question since one side might see it a silencing a witness while the other stopping a witch hunt. I think part of the pardon power is to end political vendettas... 1/4
For example, Russiagate is manifestly baloney. I think Trump is not only empowered to but should pardon everyone sucked into it. Is that "buying off witnesses?" Some will say so. But I think he has the power to. The remedy if it is wrong? Don't vote for him in 2024. 2/4
Oct 25, 2020 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
First, there was my action-packed, liberal-tormenting Amazon bestselling conservative thriller about America split into red and blue nation and smartass, Wilson Combat .45-packing hero Kelly Turnbull breaking a lot of stuff...
Then I annoyed the libs even harder with the next novel, a story of oppressive liberal fascism and patriotic resistance by armed citizens...Bill Kristol called it “Appalling”...