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The Last Refuge is a rag tag bunch of misfits that do not align with political specificity. We share information, seek known truths and discuss.
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Jun 10 12 tweets 3 min read
Wait, Biden is at the POLA today.

It's June right?

The last month of the second quarter. The last admin member at the POLA was on the last month of Q4 2021
Jun 6 4 tweets 1 min read
Good point. If DeSantis would be worse than Trump for the Bush, McConnell and Wall Street class, then why is the GOP establishment *all in* to promote him.

The same Club members previously aligned to install Jeb, are currently aligned to install Ron.

Stop. Pause. Think. I like DeSantis, a lot. However, I am not blind to noticing he does not have an America First agenda, and the people pushing him are opposed to the America First agenda. This would, by influence and design, mean DeSantis could not do what needs to be done on the econ front.
Jun 2 9 tweets 3 min read
1) After initially telling everyone, “We’re celebrating Pride Month at the Ramstein Library with Drag Queen Storytime! Be sure to wear your brightest and most colorful outfits!,” the USAF cancelled the event. 2) Lt. Col. Will Powell, now says the event did not go through the vetting process prior to the announcement.
May 26 18 tweets 2 min read
(1) Essentially, yes.

We pretend that men can get pregnant. They can't. (2) We pretend that middle-school boys need tampons. They don't.
May 26 12 tweets 4 min read
Durham has to use the "FBI was duped" approach, because the alternative is just too toxic, dangerous and unimaginable for the public, according to those who control things. It was always going to be this way.

However, that said, y'all know the reality of our situation. (2) So long as the focus of Durham remained on the outside actors that were pushing the information into the government (DOJ, FBI and CIA), the current outcome and trial pretext was genuinely predictable.

That's why I said long ago there is no real Durham investigation.
May 23 20 tweets 6 min read
1) Want to pull a thread?....

Want to see the scale of DC corruption?...

Start with this question:

Why did Andrew Weissman release the Carter Page FISA application in July of 2018? 2) At the apex of the special counsel cover-up operation, Andrew Weissman released the Carter Page FISA application, using the ridiculous justification of a FOIA request.

foxnews.com/politics/doj-r…
May 22 14 tweets 4 min read
1) Let me explain why this is matters. It's the part that people pretend not to know. Including the *supposed* truth diggers... 2) You see, when Mueller was appointed in May of 2017 he didn't start with a fresh crew of people. Not even close.

Mueller/Weissmann started with the exact same FBI investigators who were involved with Michael Sussmann and Rodney Joffe, and Fusion, and the Clinton campaign.
May 21 4 tweets 2 min read
We should be specific on this. Yes, NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis carried out the military attacks; however, it was Hillary Clinton, Samantha Power, Susan Rice and French President Sarkozy who led the effort. Eventually a shoulder shrugging Obama said meh, whatevs And for those catching up, you'll note that Libya was not fighting with any NATO country, so the premise of NATO intervening was not there. Hence Samantha had to sell the R2P theory (responsibility to protect).

Overlay that NATO justification, follow the continuum...
May 14 11 tweets 3 min read
(1) For those going 🤔?... Relevance: Lisa Page was the DOJ legal counsel assigned to FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe.

Page evaluated the provenance of the concocted information given to McCabe via FBI Chief Legal Counsel James Baker (who received it from Sussmann). (2) The FBI lawyer (Lisa Page) in charge of vetting the provenance of the fraudulent material from Clinton (via Sussmann), retains legal services from the wife of the Judge now determining whether the provenance was accurately disclosed by Sussmann.
May 11 11 tweets 2 min read
1. On the inflation data. The BLS captured the price data mid-April, when there was a brief drop in gasoline price. Because the BLS weights the gas price 5x, the price data showed -6.1% for gasoline. That skewed the topline downward to only 0.3% for April. LOOK👇 2. Since that price capture took place, gasoline prices have again increased much higher.
May 8 9 tweets 2 min read
(1) The FBI is the codependent agency for Antifa.
(2) Homeland Security (DHS) is run by U.S. Intel agencies under the umbrella of the ODNI office.
(3) Nina Jankowicz works for U.S. Intelligence.
(4) "Disinformation" is information adverse to the interests of U.S. Intel. (5) Big tech social media companies operate on joint access databases of the U.S. govt.
(6) As a result of #5, tech data processing costs are essentially subsidized.
(7) FB, Insta, YouTube, MS, Google, and all tech platforms operating on AWS are connected to intel.
May 7 9 tweets 3 min read
Zimmerman was, in many ways, a sort of beta test for Obama's ability to sway media. Chicago didn't know the scale of media willingness to adhere to the small group, so they accused a transparently innocent man to see how far that influence circle extended. Prior to "if I had a son", the activist era always used media to change public sympathies and excuse the transparently guilty.

Zimmerman was a mirroring inflection point. Media used to change public sympathies by accusing the transparently innocent.
May 6 8 tweets 2 min read
1) A short thread just to emphasize what happened today.

rumble.com/v13ntii-peter-… 2) Forget about Joe Biden previously threatening Russian President Vladimir Putin for assassination.
What happened today is far more serious.
May 5 10 tweets 3 min read
1) Inflection point.

Prior to 9/11/01 the greatest threat to govt was considered to be outside the U.S, vis-a-vis terrorism.

After 9/11/01 the greatest threat was redefined, Americans were now considered the threat, the enemy tracking radar was turned to look inside America. 2) FEAR. The DC national security apparatus was constructed to preserve continuity of government.

The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) were created specifically for this purpose.
May 4 5 tweets 2 min read
1) It's a smart play. Dubya ain't stupid (a-hole yes, but not politically stupid). Bush knows democrats are going to vote for Kemp in primary. He knows to a certainty.

This endorsement lets Dubya look like he defeats Trump when Kemp wins the primary. Fuels media etc. etc. 2) The GOPe Club get the scalp of a Trump-endorsed candidate losing in the primary. The Club old guard get to push the 2022 'see MAGA are extremists' narrative, which, not accidentally, aligns with McConnell's narrative.

It's all club insider stuff.
May 4 9 tweets 3 min read
1) Fact based assertion. Democrat Stacy Abrams will be the next governor in GA because the Georgia republican party (the GOPe Club) has constructed that outcome with that exact intent.

Bookmark this. Image 2) Democrat Stacy Abrams is running unopposed. She will not need any votes in the Georgia primary to advance to the November general election.
May 3 5 tweets 2 min read
1) For that angle, you have to remember the *other* all important strategic stuff Klain Inc. has lined up for June of 2022 is the J6 open committee hearings.

The normal SCOTUS schedule for released rulings would conflict with the need for J6 media oxygen. 2) By strategically manipulating the leak of the SCOTUS decision (accurately or inaccurately), that everyone will be awaiting, in advance of the J6 hearings, to clear the narrative media distribution pipeline would be beneficial politically.
May 3 12 tweets 2 min read
1) Having read the Politico article carefully, my original suspicions have shifted a bit.

politico.com/news/2022/05/0… 2) First, Politico is in the Domestic DOJ/FBI pipeline with the New York Times.

CNN = State Dept
WaPo = CIA/Intel
NYT/Politico = FBI/DOJ
Apr 30 5 tweets 1 min read
Indeed, they want us to move along, move past the issues they created with the pandemic nonsense. They need us to participate in the great new pretense where consequences are inconsequential, discussion is disinformation.
Apr 28 9 tweets 2 min read
1) I don't think it's because the Twitter engineers are *doing something* different; remember, the algo system has been locked down. It looks to me like the lockdown resulted in them *not* doing something.

[The cyber equivalent of paper shredding in background] 2) My tech hunch has always been that this platform takes advantage of data processing containers, with engagement dependent on what container you were assigned to. It makes sense, and (big picture) the interface has always shown that technology fingerprint.
Apr 25 4 tweets 1 min read
1) Keep in mind that Twitter is slated to report first-quarter earnings this Thursday, and originally the board was going to wait until after that earnings announcement to respond to the bid. 2) Something changed.