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Re: Democrats Are Fighting to Lose an Argument They Already Won 

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But Democrats want people to be morally outraged over the allegation and want to criminalize a private citizen spending their own money to make their life easier. Sorry, that's not in keeping with the rules you guys set. You won the argument in the 90s, you don't get to lose it retroactively now.
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By Derek Hunter
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December 13, 2018

If hypocrisy had monetary value we could easily pay off the national debt with the righteous indignation being expressed by Democrats over the so-called revelation that then candidate Donald Trump paid off a couple of women to not tell the world they allegedly had affairs with him 12 years ago. Unfortunately, hypocrisy has no value beyond exposing the people who engage in it, so we're stuck with $21-plus trillion in debt and a political party desperately trying to lose an argument they've already won.

I was in college during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, but remember it like it was yesterday. He committed perjury in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case to hide his extra-marital affair with Monica Lewinsky, and he did so blatantly and willingly.

In addition to the perjury, Clinton got his girlfriend a plum government job. Being president of the United States made that pretty easy to do, though it was a complete abuse of power. Monica, a recent college graduate, had no special qualifications that would land her a job at the Pentagon, but when the president recommends someone, they get hired.

Once the pressure was rising and Clinton needed to get Monica out of Washington or risk exposure, he called on DC power-lawyer Vernon Jordan to help find her a job in New York City. Jordan did not run a job placement service, he was one of the most connected men in Washington. And when the president calls, even power-lawyers, you jump. Were these payoffs?

Bill Clinton even pressured Lewinsky to lie in a sworn affidavit that they were not engaged in any kind of relationship, which she did. Was this subornation of perjury and obstruction of justice?

The answer to all of these questions is yes.

Those obvious questions were coupled with the fact that these acts were committed while Clinton was president, and done with and because he had the power of the presidency, which led to his impeachment.

But a funny thing happened on the way to conviction in the Senate. Democrats began insisting this was not about the multiple laws the president broke, it was all about sex. And since it was about sex, it was a personal matter that was between him and his wife, who didn't seem to care (or be surprised). "If Hillary can forgive him, why can't Republicans?" was the gist of the argument.

Day in and day out, liberals beat the drum of this being a personal matter, ignoring felonies, the obstruction, and the inherent harassment of a president "fooling around" with someone who was an intern, then a low-ranking employee of the Executive Branch.

Republicans who had a problem with the lawbreaking were painted as the problem. It was nobody's business, we were told.

In the Senate trial, Bill Clinton was acquitted and finished out his presidency. He spent the next 16 years earning hundreds of millions of dollars in appearance fees as liberals lined to sing his praises. Prime time speaking slots at Democratic conventions were his and he was greeted with standing ovations. Democrats have completely and thoroughly won the argument.

Then Donald Trump happened.

Suddenly, liberals wanting to attack Trump on his playboy past couldn't do it with Bill Clinton hanging around. When the news broke that Democratic mega-donor and Clinton friend Harvey Weinstein, and scores of other liberals from Hollywood and journalism, had engaged in much worse behavior, something had to be done.

Democrats began trying to lose the argument they'd won. "Bill Clinton should have resigned," they started to say. But it was too late. They'd successfully changed the rules, they can't just change them back now that they stand in the way of what they want.

The idea that Donald Trump should be impeached for using his personal money to pay women to keep silent about alleged affairs is absurd on its face. It's even crazier when you realize the people making that argument insisted Clinton's actual felonies were no big deal.

Nothing Trump is accused of happened while he was president; he didn't use his office to cover up his actions. Yet Democrats are clutching their pearls over what they'd told the country was none of our business just a few years ago.

I don't know if Donald Trump had these affairs in 2006; I do know I didn't vote for him for pope, however. A billionaire running for president, especially with a playboy past, isn't going to want to have to deal with the allegations a month before the election. When spending a hundred grand is pocket-change, why wouldn't you cut a check to avoid the hassle and the possible strain on your marriage at a time when you have to be completely focused?

But Democrats want people to be morally outraged over the allegation and want to criminalize a private citizen spending their own money to make their life easier. Sorry, that's not in keeping with the rules you guys set. You won the argument in the 90s, you don't get to lose it retroactively now.


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Comey Continues to Display His Lack of Credibility 

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Fired former FBI Director James Comey is at it again.

Last week, Comey testified before members of the House Judiciary Committee and the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee. In a single appearance, Comey, on 245 separate occasions, while under oath, stonewalled questions with "I don't know," "I don't remember" or "I don't recall," according to a congressional interrogator, Rep. Jim Jordan. (R-Ohio).

If any private citizen tried Comey's gambit with federal IRS auditors or FBI investigators, he would likely be indicted for perjury or obstruction.

Why did Comey, the nation's former top-ranking federal investigator, avoid telling "the whole truth and nothing but the truth" while under oath?

The answer is, unfortunately, obvious. Comey has been called to testify before members of Congress on numerous occasions. He has written a long book and gone on an extensive book tour, and his paper trail is long.

He tweets almost daily and is often on television -- and in those venues never seems to admit to any memory lapse. And Comey has been at the center of every major scandal involving the 2016 election.

In other words, Comey is realizing that almost anything he might say will likely be at odds with something he has said, done or written prior -- and could potentially subject him to perjury charges.

So, Comey dodges and hedges.

Oddly, Comey has long posed as a modern-day Jeremiah. He thunders almost daily about the moral lapses of his perceived antagonists -- mostly Donald Trump, the Trump administration and the Republican Party that Comey left.

Comey has tweeted under the pseudonym "Reinhold Niebuhr" -- the celebrated 20th-century German-American theologian and ethicist. Comey apparently wishes to remind us of their similar moral insight.

Comey's memoir is grandly entitled "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership." He writes to remind readers of his sterling character, which has always guided his career. Most recently, the self-righteous Comey said that the interim attorney general, Matthew Whitaker, is not very bright.

What is odd about the professed ethics of the sanctimonious Comey is that his assertions are belied by his own often-unethical conduct.

The Justice Department's inspector general criticized Comey in a report for acting unprofessionally in his investigation of Hillary Clinton's illicit private email server, improperly assuming the role of both investigator and prosecutor. Comey concluded, then opened, and then again concluded the Clinton email case at public press conferences in the midst of a presidential campaign. He drafted an exoneration of Clinton before he had even interviewed her or her top aides.

Comey's testimony about FBI leaks to the press is at odds with his sworn statements from his former deputy, Andrew McCabe.

Comey met with President Trump on several occasions and ensured him that he was not the subject of an FBI investigation -- amid mysterious leaks to the press that Trump was, in fact, part of the probe.

Speaking of leaks, Comey made sure that his memos about his meetings with President Trump were leaked to the press.

Comey said his bizarre behavior was designed to force the appointment of a special counsel, which resulted in the selection of Robert Mueller, a former FBI director and a longtime Comey acquaintance.

A number of high-ranking FBI officials during Comey's tenure have either been fired, forced to resign, retired or were reassigned -- in some cases resulting from accusations of improper conduct or bias.

McCabe was assigned by Comey to oversee the Clinton email scandal even though just months earlier, McCabe's wife had run for a seat in the Virginia state senate with the help of nearly $500,000 in campaign contributions from a political action committee associated with the Clintons.

Comey's FBI is largely responsible for the prominence -- and the leaking -- of the notorious dossier compiled by Christopher Steele. Yet Comey did not reveal to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court that requests for warrants to conduct surveillance on a member of the Trump administration were based on an unverified dossier. The court was never informed that the dossier was funded in part by the Hillary Clinton campaign. Nor was the court informed that Steele, a British citizen, had been dropped as an FBI source for leaking to the press. Comey also misled the court by presenting news stories as proof of alleged Trump-Russian collusion, even though those stories were based on the contents of the unverified Steele dossier.

There has been no explanation from Comey about why, when, where and how the FBI used an informant in hopes of gaining damaging information against Trump.

Comey's sanctimoniousness and misdeeds pose lots of questions. Is Comey a mere hypocrite? Or in guilt does he project his sins onto others? Or does he by design pose as a moralist to help insulate himself from future legal jeopardy?

Or all of the above?

Yep ... it's most definitely all of the above. 




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Democrats Are Fighting to Lose an Argument They Already Won 

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If hypocrisy had monetary value we could easily pay off the national debt with the righteous indignation being expressed by Democrats over the so-called revelation that then candidate Donald Trump paid off a couple of women to not tell the world they allegedly had affairs with him 12 years ago. Unfortunately, hypocrisy has no value beyond exposing the people who engage in it, so we're stuck with $21-plus trillion in debt and a political party desperately trying to lose an argument they've already won.

I was in college during the impeachment of President Bill Clinton, but remember it like it was yesterday. He committed perjury in the Paula Jones sexual harassment case to hide his extra-marital affair with Monica Lewinsky, and he did so blatantly and willingly.

In addition to the perjury, Clinton got his girlfriend a plum government job. Being president of the United States made that pretty easy to do, though it was a complete abuse of power. Monica, a recent college graduate, had no special qualifications that would land her a job at the Pentagon, but when the president recommends someone, they get hired.

Once the pressure was rising and Clinton needed to get Monica out of Washington or risk exposure, he called on DC power-lawyer Vernon Jordan to help find her a job in New York City. Jordan did not run a job placement service, he was one of the most connected men in Washington. And when the president calls, even power-lawyers, you jump. Were these payoffs?

Bill Clinton even pressured Lewinsky to lie in a sworn affidavit that they were not engaged in any kind of relationship, which she did. Was this subornation of perjury and obstruction of justice?

The answer to all of these questions is yes.

Those obvious questions were coupled with the fact that these acts were committed while Clinton was president, and done with and because he had the power of the presidency, which led to his impeachment.

But a funny thing happened on the way to conviction in the Senate. Democrats began insisting this was not about the multiple laws the president broke, it was all about sex. And since it was about sex, it was a personal matter that was between him and his wife, who didn't seem to care (or be surprised). "If Hillary can forgive him, why can't Republicans?" was the gist of the argument.

Day in and day out, liberals beat the drum of this being a personal matter, ignoring felonies, the obstruction, and the inherent harassment of a president "fooling around" with someone who was an intern, then a low-ranking employee of the Executive Branch.

Republicans who had a problem with the lawbreaking were painted as the problem. It was nobody's business, we were told.

In the Senate trial, Bill Clinton was acquitted and finished out his presidency. He spent the next 16 years earning hundreds of millions of dollars in appearance fees as liberals lined to sing his praises. Prime time speaking slots at Democratic conventions were his and he was greeted with standing ovations. Democrats have completely and thoroughly won the argument.

Then Donald Trump happened.

Suddenly, liberals wanting to attack Trump on his playboy past couldn't do it with Bill Clinton hanging around. When the news broke that Democratic mega-donor and Clinton friend Harvey Weinstein, and scores of other liberals from Hollywood and journalism, had engaged in much worse behavior, something had to be done.

Democrats began trying to lose the argument they'd won. "Bill Clinton should have resigned," they started to say. But it was too late. They'd successfully changed the rules, they can't just change them back now that they stand in the way of what they want.

The idea that Donald Trump should be impeached for using his personal money to pay women to keep silent about alleged affairs is absurd on its face. It's even crazier when you realize the people making that argument insisted Clinton's actual felonies were no big deal.

Nothing Trump is accused of happened while he was president; he didn't use his office to cover up his actions. Yet Democrats are clutching their pearls over what they'd told the country was none of our business just a few years ago.

I don't know if Donald Trump had these affairs in 2006; I do know I didn't vote for him for pope, however. A billionaire running for president, especially with a playboy past, isn't going to want to have to deal with the allegations a month before the election. When spending a hundred grand is pocket-change, why wouldn't you cut a check to avoid the hassle and the possible strain on your marriage at a time when you have to be completely focused?

But Democrats want people to be morally outraged over the allegation and want to criminalize a private citizen spending their own money to make their life easier. Sorry, that's not in keeping with the rules you guys set. You won the argument in the 90s, you don't get to lose it retroactively now.




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Re: December 18 

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I purely hope all this is right.
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http://assets.documentcloud.org/documents/5526092/DEFENDANT-s-MEMORANDUM.pdf


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GOOD,,,,,,,,,,,,, Tories may initiate leadership challenge procedure against May on Wednesday 

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Canadian court grants bail to Huawei CFO 

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SCOTUS Plans To Hear A Regulatory Case That Will Challenge The Power Of Government Agencies To Write Law 

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Clapper, Feinstein Beg Judge For Lenient Sentence For Former Senate Intel Staffer and Serial Leaker James Wolfe 

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What a disgrace!
On Tuesday, prosecutors filed their sentencing memo seeking two years in prison for former Senate Intel staffer and serial leaker and liar, James Wolfe.

Former Intel Chief James Clapper, Chairman of the Senate Intel Committee Richard Burr (R-NC) and Ranking Member Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) vouched for James Wolfe and begged the judge for leniency.

James A. Wolfe, 57, was arrested in June of this year after the DOJ conducted an investigation into classified information leaks to reporters.

Wolfe repeatedly lied to investigators about his contacts with reporters and made false statements to the FBI.

The Justice Department also seized New York Times reporter, Ali Watkins years’ worth of phone and email records.

According to the NY Times, Ali Watkins was having a romantic relationship with the Senate Intel aide, Wolfe. Some of their communication back and forth took place before she was employed by The New York Times.




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‘She’s Scared’ — Ted Cruz Criticizes Pelosi For Wanting To Turn Cameras Off During White House Meeting 

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US Military-Prison Aircraft Stuns Civilians With Night Combat Maneuver As Top Trump Surrogate Hints QAnon Sealed Indictments Are Near Release 

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China Auto Sales Plunge, Face First Annual Decline in 30 Years 

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Industry panics, overcapacity spreads, but government brushes off the wailing and gnashing of teeth, looks to EVs.

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Parker Drilling Bankruptcy Kicks off “Oil Bust 2” by Wolf Richter • Dec 12, 2018 • 11 Comments But look how the bonds got manipulated up 24% in one minute at the close. 

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December 18 

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Tomorrow 

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I have noticed bad things often happen when there is bad news relating to the left wing.

I am expecting there could be some bad news for them tomorrow given the hearings scheduled.

I am concerned. I hope nothing happens.


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