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"The District of Columbia Court of Appeals ruled on Friday that the Department of Justice must release an internal memo advising then-Attorney General Bill Barr in March 2019 to determine that former President Trump did not obstruct justice.
Aug 19, 2022 • 27 tweets • 5 min read
'Recently “presidential historian” Michael Beschloss speculated about the parameters of such an envisioned civil war.
That was a lunatic insinuation that Trump might justly suffer the same lethal fate due to supposedly mishandling of “nuclear secrets.”' amgreatness.com/2022/08/17/civ…
"As Joe Biden’s polls stagnate and the midterms approach, we are now serially treated to yet another progressive melodrama about the dangers of a supposed impending radical right-wing violent takeover.
This time the alleged threat is a Neanderthal desire for a “civil war.”
Aug 18, 2022 • 27 tweets • 5 min read
"We could see Wyoming Republicans dumping Liz like a soiled diaper a year ago.
But when it finally happened last night, the glee was surprisingly large.
"Because my several thousand readers in The American Spectator seem mostly to be devout Christians (although rumor has it that Jews read me, too, as do agnostics and even anti-Semites), I present herein more universal thoughts rather than purely Judaic concepts.
Aug 2, 2022 • 15 tweets • 3 min read
'They couldn’t risk the truth about Ukrainian involvement in Spygate and the 2016 election coming out. Dirty Dems, NGOs, and Republicans alike wanted nothing more than to taint the Biden/Ukraine story as the ramblings of a President guilty of pay-to-play.' uncoverdc.com/2022/08/02/the…
'And boy, did they find the motherlode.' finance.senate.gov/imo/media/doc/…
Jul 28, 2022 • 24 tweets • 7 min read
'It was masterful and shamed me that I did not make the distinction between Trump's character and his virtues, the former being deeply flawed, the latter being almost perfect.
"One trial revelation was that Rodney Joffe —the tech executive who used privileged access to nonproprietary data to create the Alfa claims—was a confidential human source for the FBI in 2016.
May 25, 2022 • 5 tweets • 2 min read
This is before we locked people down and forced them to wear masks. Took away their ability to interact with others. Told them if they didn't comply, they would die.
Now we celebrate the ones that need the most help...
#IsItAnyWonder ? health.com/condition/depr…
'The percentage of people with serious mental illness in prisons rose from .7 percent in 1880 to 21 percent in 2005, according to the Center for Prisoner Health and Human Rights.'
May 22, 2022 • 6 tweets • 4 min read
I've gotten pneumonia, flu, and colds from flying many times. It is what it is. Airlines have new and improved vent. systems now. And chances are good you got it from a jabbed and boosted passenger. It's the price you pay for traveling with other human beings... #TakeYourVitamins
Unless a person has spent the last few decades wearing a mask on flights, they've no reason to complain. You've been risking your life to various
illness for years. It's only since the media convinced you this was a death sentence that anyone got annoyed.
Apr 7, 2022 • 20 tweets • 4 min read
"My fear is rooted in what will all too soon become an all too prescient prediction.
Wrote I in my 2006 book, The Coming China Wars, China, as “the world’s prime breeding ground for new and exotic” viruses, might well spark “a pandemic in which tens of millions of people may die.” peternavarro.com/book-the-comin…
Don suggests some ways to improve the guests around the table from the last go-round: (text below) donsurber.blogspot.com/2022/03/a-team…
"One frustration from Donald Trump's presidency was the lack of support from his Cabinet.
RINOs in Washington saddled him with people who worked for them, not him.
His first homeland security secretary opposed the wall.