WikiLeaks Releases Batch #9 – CNN Dares The Sons of Liberty To Read Them….

Today WikiLeaks released another batch of emails from the account of Hillary and Bill Clinton’s long time political fixer John Podesta.  – SEE HERE

However, an apoplectic CNN is increasingly alarmed the U.S. electorate would be reading the raw material and making up their own mind.  According to Clinton News Nework pundit Chris Cuomo:  “All your news are belong to us.”:

…”it’s illegal to possess, ah, these stolen documents, it’s different for the media.  So everything you are learning about this, you are learning from us….

WHAT?  Oh, my gosh.  Quick, join the rebellion. We shall meet at the Old Mill, and read these emails by candlelight, secretly, in the dark of night. We shall create legions of scribes to share the message; and in the tradition of the Sons of Liberty we will make with our defiance such a deafening sound as all media from these days forward are forced to note, even as they despise us in the writing of it.

And as we win, we bring forth the scattered free survivors hiding amid the ruins of our great republic; assembled once more… we sing of our deeds in once forbidden songs, and continue tending the flickering flame of individual liberty as it bursts forth again, as it always must, because we are proud and deplorable…



They, all of the media, would essentially prefer us isolated and comfortable only amid the looming shadows cast by their creations.

Declaring independence from King George was not brought swimmingly along through the will of the majority;  nor was it initially a palatable consideration for the overwhelming signatories of the ultimate document.

Ten odd years later, on Monday September 17th, 1787 a positive outcome of the secret constitutional convention -which had been going on for four months- seemed even less likely.  Mr. Edmund Randolph of Virginia began the day by predicting that nine of the 13 states would fail to ratify the plan “and confusion must ensue.”

Randolph knew the inherent problems with constructing forms of governance.  He knew a nation born of freedom would need to be protected from itself.  Demonstrating a clear grasp of democracy’s inherent dangers, Randolph reminded his colleagues during the early weeks of the Constitutional Convention that the purpose for which they had gathered was:

to provide a cure for the evils under which the United States labored; that in tracing these evils to their origin every man had found it in the turbulence and trials of democracy….”

John Adams, a signer of the Declaration of Independence, countered the fears of Randolph and championed the Constitution in his state precisely because it would not create a democracy:

Democracy never lasts long,” he noted. “It soon wastes, exhausts and murders itself.” He insisted, “There was never a democracy that ‘did not commit suicide.’”

On that final Monday, Ben Franklin, now 81-years-old, told the assembly he had something to say. Too weak to deliver the speech himself, he asked fellow Pennsylvanian James Wilson to read it for him. Here are excerpts:

ben franklin.jpg“Mr. President, I confess that there are several parts of this constitution which I do not at present approve, but I am not sure I shall never approve them. For having lived long, I have experienced many instances of being obliged by better information, or fuller consideration, to change opinions — even on important subjects — which I once thought right but found to be otherwise.

“The older I grow, the more apt I am to doubt my own judgment and to pay more respect to the judgment of others. Most men, indeed as well as most sects in religion, think themselves in possession of all truth — and that, wherever others differ from them, it is so far error.

“When you assemble a number of men to have the advantage of their joint wisdom, you inevitably assemble with those men all their prejudices, their passions, their errors of opinion, their local interests and their selfish views. From such an assembly, can a perfect production be expected?

“Thus I consent, sir, to this constitution. The opinions I have had of its errors, I sacrifice to the public good.

“If every one of us, in returning to our constituents, were to report the objections he has had to it and endeavor to gain partisans in support of them, we might prevent its being generally received — and thereby lose all the salutary effects and great advantages.

“Much of the strength and efficiency of any government in procuring and securing happiness to the people depends on the general opinion of the goodness of the government, as well as of the wisdom and integrity of its governors. I hope, therefore, that we shall act heartily and unanimously in recommending this constitution.

“On the whole, sir, I cannot help expressing a wish that every member of the convention who may still have objections to it would, with me, on this occasion doubt a little of his own infallibility — and to make manifest our unanimity.”

For four months, the delegates had been locked in an epic battle over whether our fledgling nation should have a strong federal government.  And we have been struggling with those same issues and arguments for the past 230 years.

The reason is the same now as it always has been.  There are those, who as a natural course of their disposition, wish to rule the lives of others.   Division is the tool that enables them to create the fear they need.  Fear is the weapon they use to remove opposition.

There are now, as there have always been, those who hold a collective view of all governance, and individual liberty and freedom principles run directly in opposition to their progressive goals.


Their goals are achieved by destruction of common acceptances, which they view as roadblocks toward the gain of their desires.

Fabian Socialists say break the world and “Remould it Closer To The Heart’s Desire”.

In modern times the instruction ‘break the world’ can just as easily be applied to break the ‘ties-that-bind’, or more specifically break the very constitution which protects us.

Hence, they need you to actually operate against your beliefs of individualism, and they need to continue convincing people to vote against their own individual best interests by voting on behalf of the collective.

The true concern of the average person is that their beliefs are insignificant, irrelevant, or in the minority.  The fear is based on isolation; that there are not others thinking the same way… that I am alone.

This is the concept of fear being used as a weapon. The “concern” carried by most ordinary citizens is exactly the same.  And the tool, division, is wielded for the exact same purpose.

The methods of the post World War II Fabians are the same methods being deployed in modern America. Only now they are defined by the modern harbinger of radical leftism, Saul Alinsky.

Nothing has changed except the people executing the method to control their opposition.

Isolate – Ridicule – Marginalize:  Through the process of ‘isolating the opposition’ they deploy labels such as whackobirds, jihadists, terrorists, extremists, racists et al. All intending to isolate the common sense patriot from their like-minded association.

Through the process of “ridiculing the opposition” they deploy media narratives to diminish the character, integrity, intelligence of the leaders who rise in opposition to the regime.

Through the process of “marginalizing the opposition” they deploy strategies to make the larger mass of the electorate believe the opposing leadership is, and will be, ineffective. Thus the attacks against all prior patriots, and now Donald Trump.

The goal is to make supporting the opposing leadership *appear* futile. Instill fear.

It is EXCEPTIONALLY IMPORTANT that each person teach themselves, and then others, the skill to identify when these strategies are being deployed.  It is only when you easily recognize them, from both the regime and from the media, that you can find your own strength and empowerment to push back.


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465 Responses to WikiLeaks Releases Batch #9 – CNN Dares The Sons of Liberty To Read Them….

  1. SR says:

    I think it’s time for Trump to give an hour long policy speech before debate and put clear difference between his plan and Hillary’s plan (may be a chart with differences). Let her campaign do all dirty work.

    Liked by 3 people

    • squid2112 says:

      I love your idea of the one hour policy speech directly pre-debate. That would be EPIC. I hope the Trump camp is listening. If Trump can begin an hour policy speech, two or three hours just prior to the debate, then all talk is going to be about Trump policy. He can then begin hammering policy and Clinton failures at the debate. Not to mention that the policy speech would open the debate with Hillary Satan on her heels. She would start the debate already rocked.


      Liked by 2 people

  2. itswoot says:

    “Through the process of “ridiculing the opposition” they deploy media narratives to diminish the character, integrity, intelligence of the leaders who rise in opposition to the regime.”

    I’ve been conflicted for months over using this same approach, in turning the same thing back on them, of fighting fire with fire. I’ve been as guilty as anyone here of “ridiculing the opposition”. On one hand, I feel remorse at times for lowering myself to their same low standards. But on the other hand, I realize that if I/we don’t fight back (fire with fire) that will give them the momentum to run roughshod over us.

    Lt. Col. Banastre Tarleton got vicious with the Sons and Daughters of Liberty, but that boomeranged back on him when they adopted harsh measures in return, but not to the same degree.


    • georgiafl says:

      Ridicule is not firebombing or terrorizing or assaulting or spray painting automobiles or getting people fired or setting government agencies against them, or any of the other monstrous hateful things the left, Soros, Obama and Hillary have done to conservatives.

      We haven’t destroyed public and private property.

      We haven’t bombed or burned or looted.

      They can be sure we are angry and they are ridiculous if they are afraid of our cold anger.

      We will ridicule them and we will tell the truth and we will put them in jail, but we will not resort to their violence and crimes.

      Liked by 6 people

  3. You will hear me sing. You will hear my family sing. You will hear every Patriot sing come November.

    Make America Great Again

    Liked by 7 people

  4. Oldtradesman says:

    Should Trump win the election I hope to see him break up the monopolistic mainstream media and promote ideological diversity within its ranks. This is how to do it:

    (1) Enact and enforce anti-trust legislation to break up the national and transnational media cartels and media monopolies.

    (2) Outlaw and require sale of all existing foreign equity or debt stakes in any FCC broadcast license holder.

    (3) Prohibit any US citizen from holding any financial stake, whether by equity, debt, permanent license of copyright or trademark, in more than one FCC licensee.

    (4) Convert all FCC licensees and all Cable Television and Satellite Television franchisees into common carriers required to sell all their broadcast time to non-related parties by public auction.

    A similar strategy could be applied to publicly funded “non-government” organizations and academia. Let’s bust them up! It’s long past time for sheltered leftist academics in liberal arts and the soft “science” departments to be dragged out of their “safe spaces” by the neck beard and forced to endure competition from diverse thinking. I want to hear these bastids screaming as Trump tears their financial hairs out by the roots.

    Liked by 8 people

    • keeler says:

      While we’re at it, let’s cut off the federal subsidies to CNN.

      Liked by 7 people

    • Stringy theory says:

      You’re hired. I like your thinking.

      Liked by 4 people

      • squid2112 says:

        Absolutely! … PBS is an unconstitutional agency of the federal government. The federal government does not have the authority to use taxpayer funds to prop up media organizations. I often hear the argument that “when PBS was created, there were only 3 other entities providing news/content” … but that still does not make funding of this organization Constitutional.

        Currently, the federal government funds about 1200+ such organizations, all of which need to have their strings pulled. None of them are Constitutional.

        Liked by 3 people

      • … OR make Steve Bannon Chairman and Lou Dobbs CEO of NPR, PBS and all other Governmental Media, with a mission to END GOVERNMENTAL CORRUPTION and SPOTLIGHT STATE GOVERNMENTAL BEST PRACTICES, for others to shamelessly replicate.


    • TheLastDemocrat says:

      FCC plans sound pretty good.

      Academia? -I have no idea what the issue is. We Americans pay to send our kids there, and they get taught communism. If we don’t send our kids there, they don’t learn communism. You don’t have to send your kid there.

      –A major problem is federally backed, low-interest, easy terms student loans. Anyone can get money to go attend school for at least a couple years – with no value to be gained from the time spent in the classroom. This is a scam between banks and schools. Classic economics about the unintended effects of a subsidy.

      The result is that you have masses of people attending college who have no purpose there, and that money stream then supports professors and instructors, and supports the development of many areas of study that otherwise would have no interested students.

      Liked by 1 person

  5. Obamanator says:

    Assange’s lawyer confirmed suicided…. wow


  6. Piper says:

    I found this while trying to understand what could be going on with the “codes” or whatever is being tweeted by wikilks:
    Someone on a GP thread said this helps explain

    Liked by 1 person

  7. Piper says:

    Copied and pasted:

    These are not encryption keys, but hash values.
    Whats a hash value?
    It is a “fingerprint” of a file or text string that is easy to compute if you have the source content, but impossible to reverse. Example: the SHA265 hash for “Make America Great Again” (without the quotes) is 10672cb3457840cd94be313e91691ce3017095c4eb917a111f537943ec2624c9. It is impossible to retrieve the original information just from the hash (except for simple words with few characters), but it is very easy to verify that the original string or file is indeed some given hash.
    The hash values posted by Wikileaks could be used in two ways:
    there is some sort of leak being released in the next few days and those hash values belong to those files. That way anyone who downloads that release can calculate the hash for that file and verify they its the real deal and the release has not been messed with (if a single bit is changed in the archive, it results in a entirely different hash value)
    it could be some statement that was hashed. It contains knowledge/proof of something. For Example, if he releases the hash of the string: “Hillary Clinton killed Scalia” (again, without the quotes)… he can later proof that he already had written this string at the time he released the hash value.
    Again: the hashes itself are not some encrypted message. Also, they are not a “key” for anything. They are proof/verification for something upcoming.

    Liked by 6 people

  8. Ace says:

    This is a Bernie supporter and former Huff Post writer. Yeah…the hag’s winning

    Liked by 1 person

  9. Trumped says:

    Meanwhile on twitter:
    Every anti Trump hashtag starting to trend, is immediately turned into a pro Trump and pro Truth campaign.

    It is funny to watch these hashtags pop up started by several sock accounts.
    The lame hashtags are most probably the product of long email chains within the paid staffers of correct the record, signed off by Podesta.

    Liked by 3 people

  10. Ace says:

    This is not a good moment in time to be part of the establishment, especially if the dying crooked hag steals it.

    Liked by 1 person

  11. Ace says:

    These crooks threw everything they know at Trump; and he’s still standing.
    These are dangerous times.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. Ace says:

    Yup, she’s got it all wrapped up…

    Liked by 4 people

  13. SR says:

    Assange is a brand with honesty and he is very good in marketing his brand. It seems something big is coming but before that he may want to create a big market of guessing/waiting from all the over the US/world.

    Liked by 3 people

  14. Anyone seen all the paid Hilldabeast trolls posting on Fox news comments ? Desperationpalooza

    Liked by 1 person

  15. lbmomblog says:

    Chris Cuomo – who is he to tell us what is illegal? Chief of Police? Did he bother to tell Hillary that it is illegal to delete FOIA documents? If it is as Cuomo says, I suppose we will all be held at an embassy somewhere. We can all morse code to outsiders, including J. Assange.

    Liked by 1 person

  16. Obamanator says:

    IF true very good news, Assange alive and well

    Liked by 5 people

  17. nimrodman says:

    Take with however many grains of salt you wish, as it’s from “tabloid” websites, but there are new claims that Hillary team has a mole at Fox News:

    Liked by 1 person

  18. lilbirdee'12 says:

    Hey ! My post flew away ! Sharyl Attkisson on “Newsgate” Naming the players.

    Liked by 3 people

    • Ad rem says:

      Found it….in the spam bin. 😦

      Liked by 1 person

    • FofBW says:

      Powerful info.

      Liked by 1 person

      • 3x1 says:

        Under “Metrics,” the Correct The Record memo cites its mailing list of 960 members of the national media and 10,756 regional reporters in 28 states. It sends talking points and memos regularly to 369 televisions producers and bookers. It says its work has “impacted the framework for dialogue about 2016, Clinton, and her competitors.” The group says it has “engaged trusted names” to write opinion editorials for newspapers across the country.”

        All your local “journalists” do is regurgitate the garbage AP and CTR send them.

        These “reporters” are laxy. Just reprint what they’re told, call it an early day and check the bank account.


  19. lbmomblog says:
    Dated Dec 1, 2014

    why would they need William Daley to… have his freind Mike McClain call …Mike McClain is a Republican
    they are discussing their overall goal …to move the IL primary out of mid March…>>> They will receive a bonus of 10% extra delegates if they move to April and 20% if they move to May. Mapes has said repeatedly they don’t care about that.

    they don’t really care about being helpful and feel forgotten and neglected by POTUS. The key point is that this is not an Obama ask, but a Hillary ask. And the Clintons won’t forget what their friends have done for them. It would be helpful to feel out what path, if any, we have to get them to yes. This will probably take some pushing. >>> Thanks again for doing this!
    Call JP (John Podesta) any time. 202-503-5409 or 202-456-1404 JP


  20. Guys, this is maybe important…

    Liked by 1 person

  21. TheseTruths says:

    Cuomo: “So everything you are learning about this, you are learning from us…”
    What? That makes no sense whatsoever. Or maybe he hasn’t heard of the internet. Oh — and since the media isn’t covering Wikileaks, we couldn’t be learning from them, could we?

    Liked by 3 people

  22. Sedanka says:

    We’ll read whatever we damn please, media.

    Liked by 6 people

  23. LM says:

    I believe that Assange has read “everyone’s” mail.

    That being said, he is risking his life to tell us who the bad guys really are. Clearly, we cannot depend upon the media to do that.

    Respect, prayers, and gratitude going his way.

    May the good Lord protect him.

    Liked by 5 people

    • Linda Ruth says:

      Chasing after damning information can be dangerous.
      October 16 2016
      Ex-pat in mexico says:

      “CONFIRMED: POLICE HAVE STORMED THE EMBASSY. IF THIS GETS BURIED BY “TWEETS FROM WIKILEAKS”, REMEMBER, IT IS COMPLETELY CONFIRMED THAT POLICE HAVE INDEED STORMED AND ENTERED THE EMBASSY IN LARGE NUMBERS AND THAT ASSANGE REALLY IS PROBABLY SCREWED. The only way he would not be is if the police stayed in the foyer and did not actually enter. This was all visible on the live stream and is not a “4 year old video”. No matter what is said, even from “Wikileaks”, it is probably over now.”


      • SharonKinDC says:

        Debunked as BS. Ex Pat is putting out hokum.

        Liked by 2 people

        • 4bleu says:

          An embassy is the sovereign territory of its nation. It can be declared an act of war to enter it without permission.
          maybe a lot of nations could care less about Assange and the documents, but they all do very much care about their own embassies and the reciprocal diplomatic accords that maintain this protection and sovereignty for all embassies everywhere. If this embassy was overrun in any measure, that means the entire diplomatic structure collapses. If a hosting country tried to do this, then any country with an embassy or consulate could withdraw and also force the closure of that county’s embassies and consulates in retaliation.


          • 4bleu says:

            point is – the entire global diplomatic structure has a lot to lose if any actions were attempted against any one embassy – for any reason. They turn their backs on any one incident – allow a precedent and down the road it’s their own embassies at risk. they can’t afford that. checks and balances.
            That the people being exposed by the leaks might do anything to stop them adds a wild card of course, that would damage the US’s ability to work through diplomatic structures for a long, long time.


  24. wolfmoon1776 says:

    Those of us following the InfoWars conspiracy theory of “SCOTUSgate” will be interested in THIS email, where somebody tells Podesta about Hillary’s chance to change the makeup of the SCOTUS, specifically pointing out 4 justices likely to leave vacancies, including Scalia. Podesta thinks it’s great – almost ecstatic, compared to his usual low-key responses.

    This email is 9 months before Scalia died.

    Recall also that Podesta subscribed to emails from Town Hall, mostly headlining SCOTUS, for a period bracketing the SCOTUS opening and nomination (started shortly before Scalia died, and finished shortly after the Garland nomination).

    There is a new cryptic email between Podesta and the guy to whom he said “wet works” – and this one sounds every bit as intriguing. It will probably forever be known as the “bedwetters” email.

    Is it connected? Who knows? Makes a great conspiracy theory, however. 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  25. Sandra says:

    Sundance, the photo you included of the lawn outside of a Trump rally, it’s a beautiful thing. People are raptly watching Trump on a outdoor screen. There’s a guy in the front, by himself, clapping. When I watch the rallies at home by myself I too watch with the greatest attention and I cheer and clap even though nobody can see or hear me. We have a great candidate.

    Liked by 3 people

    • sunnydaze says:

      Isn’t it bizarre the way MSM has re-enforced this meme that “there’s no enthusiasm for either candidate ” this election?

      This is the first candidate I’ve EVER been enthusiastic about voting, not just holding my nose. And I know millions and millions of Americans agree with me.

      I’m thinking they are saying that because NO ONE , even her “supporters” are enthused about Hillary, the Dem candidate.

      Liked by 3 people

  26. Sunshine says:

    Assange is striking fear into the heart of the Obama administration and Clinton’s campaign.
    Think about it, Hillary goes to bed at night knowing bad news awaits her in the morning and worrying about how bad it will be.
    Sweet justice.

    Liked by 4 people

  27. Bailey02 says:

    If Hillary is an honest government employee and stay on the govt. e-mail, Assange will be wrong to hack the e-mail. In this case, he able to hack it because it just a private e-mails and Hillary told him there were no ‘Classified’ mail, so it o.k. to read it. Even corrupter FBI Comey agreed that Clinton did not do anything wrong, she did not intend to and there was ‘no damage’ for her to use all private e-mails and she so naive (stupid) did not understand the letter “C” mean “Classified”, she thought- C= Crooked Clinton, C= Corrupted Clinton, C= Coward Clinton, etc.
    She claimed that she had has 40 years of experiences…ugh!
    It is hard to find a presidential candidate that has more owed to her than Crooked Hillary. She has done her times supporting Bill’s ‘predatory affairs’ for decades. She is owed the presidency for standing by as the Obama bus ran her down. Yikes…


  28. nwtex says:

    OMGoodness. I wanted to enlarge the little “Deplorable Me” picture and the funniest thing happened Then I clicked on the others and the same thing. There is a gal with a message. Try it tee-hee 😎
    OR maybe my eyes are playing tricks on me?


  29. nimrodman says:

    WikiLeaks says Assange’s internet link was severed by ‘state party’


  30. Patriot1783 says:

    What emails release would be the biggest fear for Clinton/Obama?
    Anything related to Benghazi.
    I bet Assange has them.


  31. dreadnok89 says:

    It really is cool to see all different types of Americans-supporting this guy. That’s why I don’t let the news distort my views on other Americans. I know some people are bad but there def is alot more better people than the news makes it out


  32. bitterlyclinging says:

    [”it’s illegal to possess, ah, these stolen documents, it’s different for the media. So everything you are learning about this, you are learning from us….]

    Like brother, like brother. After all they were stamped out by the same two punch presses.

    “There’s no place in New York State for anyone who respects the Constitution, supports the Second Amendment, or is pro life..” Governor Andrew Cuomo (D-NY)

    You cant get any more Commie State than New York State.


  33. Bendix says:

    Hillary doesn’t want to stop at running government. She wants to run religion as well.
    They had to ignore this guy’s history of sexual harassment because they needed him to work against democracy AND to help attack bothersome Christians:

    BTW, moronic mouthpiece Cuomo’s brother could not bring himself to say a word against current arrestee Sheldon Silver, enabler and supporter of harassment, assault and rape. An enabler of a rape enabler, that’s what we have.
    I want to keep emphasizing the atmosphere of filth in New York State government, as Hillary claims to be a New Yorker, she knows exactly who and what Mark Alan Siegel is, and she and her entire dirtbag slob coterie are pretending to be horrified by words uttered by Donald Trump.

    Drugging a woman (or two) and raping her (one of Shelly’s minions) does not even disqualify a man from holding high positions in New York State politics. Don’t let these pigs get away with pretending otherwise.
    I seem to recall Whoopi Goldberg making vulgar remarks about George Bush and Dick Chaney at various Democratic functions. Oh that’s right, they can stand to hear lewd remarks from her, because she’s a COMEDIAN.
    Maybe Donald should declare that he was a comedian eleven years ago when he spoke with Billy Bush, another loser gaining fame and fortune due to nepotism, second string nepotism due to not having been born in a close enough bloodline.


  34. IMO says:

    Wikileaks Activates “Contingency Plans” After Unknown “State Party” Cuts Julian Assange’s Internet Connection | Zero Hedge

    Some interesting comments 

    Global Hunter   Haus-Targaryen  Oct 17, 2016 6:25 AM
    “If Assange is threatening Ecuador with a data dump related to them, then things are very serious for the guy.”
    I was wondering if it related to US threats towards Ecuador and documents that relate to US subverting Ecuador politics, economy, education etc. because that would be a bit like cutting your nose off to spite your face otherwise as you point out very serious for the guy.

    Haus-Targaryen   Global Hunter  Oct 17, 2016 6:30 AM
    I assumed Assange had/has dirt on Ecuador and it was one of the reasons the Ecuadorians have kept the guy there.  
    If the “state” actor in his tweet is actually the Ecuadorian government (process of elimination tells me its them or the UK government) then the threat was more or less “back off or I am taking you down with me.” 
    We’ll see how this plays over the next few hours.  If it was a threat against Ecuador and not the US — then I can only imagine the chaos in the Embassy at the moment. 

    16 hours ago
    WikiLeaks ‏‪@wikileaks‬
    pre-commitment 3: UK FCO f33a6de5c627e3270ed3e02f62cd0c857467a780cf6123d2172d80d02a072f74

    16 hours ago
    WikiLeaks ‏‪@wikileaks‬
    pre-commitment 2: Ecuador

    16 hours ago
    WikiLeaks ‏‪@wikileaks‬
    pre-commitment 1: John Kerry 4bb96075acadc3d80b5ac872874c3037a386f4f595fe99e687439aabd0219809


  35. ShrinkRap says:

    Sundance, thanks for the quotes from the Founding Fathers. It wasn’t until I read Madison’s “Notes” in it’s entirety a few years back that really understood the brilliance of these men, and the brilliance they poured into that document. Many thanks.

    Liked by 1 person

  36. TwoLaine says:

    Yes, this!

    Liked by 1 person

  37. jfhdsiu says:

    The low intelligence level talker exhorting others to ‘follow the law as he sees it’ doesn’t know which way is up and which way is down from reading the gibberish he’s spouting. Incoherent and baseless meanderings of a troubled mind…. Whew, where do they get these flaky people from? And why aren’t their keepers keeping them safe from harming themselves? His rambling rhetoric clearly shows that he is fetching his so called facts from the air. And he let slip the fact that THEY have “stolen goods” but it’s ok ’cause it’s different for them… What playground did it graduate from?

    Liked by 1 person

    • James O'Malley says:

      Don’t get me started. My local college has a journalism school, and if the school paper is any indication I think I can positively say that their “education” is more like “indoctrination”.

      Liked by 1 person

  38. jameswlee2014 says:

    He needs the Chuck Norris response:

    “When I want your opinion, I’ll beat it out of you.”

    Liked by 1 person

  39. James O'Malley says:

    “On the whole, sir, I cannot help expressing a wish that every member of the convention who may still have objections to it would, with me, on this occasion doubt a little of his own infallibility — and to make manifest our unanimity.”

    Same with Trump. Know anyone who doesn’t see eye to eye with him, and has reservations? Show them this quote.


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