Sunday, November 12, 2017

LATEST REPORT 
from 
MR. BILL 
on the 
DAIS 
in 
NEW HAMPSHIRE


This past Presidential election finally forces Americans to confront the rampant corruption of our political parties.  What is the evidence? 

On the Republican side of the equation, there is now evidence Republicans-In-Name-Only (RINOs) hired FusionGPS to perform “opposition research” to find (create) dirt on Donald Trump and other primary candidates in favor of the darling of the dynastic Elites - Jeb Bush.  When it didn’t work, the RINOs separated from FUSIONGPS.

 The Democrats picked up the effort and spent millions in desperation. The Democrats took the fiction created by FUSIONGPS and enhanced it by buying more fake data from the Russians and using it as the basis for investigations by the FBI and wiretapping the Trump Campaign.  Once Hillary lost, Podesta and the Clintons strategized to use the fake accusation of "collusion" of the Trump Campaign with the Russians to both diminish Trump’s victory and obscure the many transgressions and potential crimes committed under the Obama Administration. They knew, the media, horrified by Trump’s election, would focus on it.

It’s been an open secret the Democrats don’t play by election law since they stole the 1960 election with fraudulent voting by dead people in Illinois.  During 2016, Project Veritas released undercover video of Democrat political operatives laughing about their tactics to insert illegal votes as they detailed how they did it since 1960.  In NH, last election, over 5,000 votes have been found to be cast by non-citizens of NH, proving the point. 

Other Project Veritas videos showed how the DNC operatives trained citizens of all types to go to Trump rallies posing as Trump supporters to perpetrate violence which they then falsely attributed to the Trump Campaign.  These unscrupulous activities revealed on tape would normally cause a huge kerfuffle, however the Democrat supportive media attacked the actions of “illegal” undercover videos and never went into the real crimes revealed by the content of them.  In fact, most all of the potential illegal activity of the DNC, Obama, and Clinton have been only covered in passing, if at all.

It is alleged the murdered Seth Rich, a Bernie Sanders supporter working within the Democrat National Committee, was the leaker of the Podesta emails from the DNC to Wikileaks. These emails detailed how the primaries were rigged for Ms. Clinton and other corruption. Julian Assange won’t directly say it was Seth, however he posted a $20,000 reward for information about his murder. 

The best example of corruption is the Uranium One scandal.  Unfolding now is this sale to Russia of 20% of our uranium reserves through bribery, kickbacks, extortion, money laundering and obfuscation.  Allegedly complicit stalling the investigation past the purchase approval were AG Eric Holder, FBI Director Robert Mueller, then US Attorney Rod Rosenstein, and other people now responsible to investigate the Trump Campaign in the Special Prosecutors office.  No illegal conflict there! 


Because of the conviction of some of the perpetrators in 2015, there is no question of the illegality.  Let’s prosecute the potentially traitorous politicians responsible too.

30 comments:

  1. ... those Obama/Clinton worshipers....

    Don't know how you arrived at your conclusion but I did not vote for President Obama either time and I voted AGAINST Trump, not FOR Clinton. Trump simply has too many character flaws for me to support.

    Now, as for this post. I reserve judgment on this because it is highly fluid and there is politics in play from both Republican and Democratic operatives. In other words let it ALL play out and at the end of the day any and all wrongdoing regardless from which side needs to be punished.

    Yes my sense thus far has been the Trump-Brannon crowd et all has the most to worry about. We'll all know when the fat lady sings


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    1. You can't sit atop that fence you seem determned to occupy forever, Les. Sooner or later you're going to have to come down in order to eat, sleep, and do a little walking around tom keep your circulation going.

      It will be interesting to see WHICH side you choose to partake of your refreshment, rest and recreation.

      No man –– not even you –– can live on BOTH sides of the Fence at once. ];^}>

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    2. I get plenty of activity. At the gym 6-10 hours a week, work with seniors 20-25 hours a week, see the grandkids on the weekends, enjoy my lovely wife and family, and as a result I am exposed to life at its very best.

      More later, gotta go!

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    3. That's not what I meant, Les, and I hope you know it. Very rarely should anything I say be taken liberally.

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    4. Okay FreeThinke, you're right, corruption exists in our government, our businesses, even in some of our churches. It seems to me even well intended people when in positions of power and influence often fall to the pull towards corruption.

      I do not believe all conservatives or all liberals (republicans, libertarians, or democrats) are evil and corrupt. The choice as to whether one follows an honest, ethical, and moral path is entirely up to the individual. Political parties form around certain beliefs, ideals, and principles. Therefore members of a said party tend to support the party, often when the party's position on an issue has been corrupted. I believe this true of all parties.

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    5. My grandfather, a man whom I admired, respected, and loved taught me much about honesty, decency, integrity, and life in general, as did my father. Grandpa was a life long Democrat and dad was a Democrat turned independent. My father would have liked you FreeThinke while disagreeing with many of your positions.

      I was a conservative Reagan Republican. Believing in hard work, asking for nothing I hadn't earned, that integrity and character meant something. I have been deeply disappointed by the decline of conservatism, as my father was by the decline of honest liberalism.

      I trust neither democrats or republicans to do the right thing anymore FreeThinke. I do not mean on an individual basis, I mean with respect to party and its leadership.

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    6. Call me a cynic if you wish because it would be true. Because of the very corruption in our political system that you point to I disdain party and refuse to belong to any.

      I will always, in the end, attempt to do WHAT I FEEL IS RIGHT. I never stay on the fence when it is time I must make a decision.

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    7. I can't disagree with any of that. Labels mean nothing, if they don't live up to what they are supposed to represent.

      HOWEVER. I differ from most in that I am militantly determned to oppose and try to destroy any and all forms of thought, theory, and politcal action that are ANTI-LIBERTY, ANTI-INDEPENDENCE, and PRO-CENTRALIZED POWER.

      That is why I greatly favor of having Communism, Socialism, Islam and certainly FASCISM declared UNLAWFUL, UNCONSTITUTIONAL and STRICTLY FORBIDDEN.

      There can be no FREEDOM of THOUGHT and EXPRESSION under a government that supports the right of those wicked ideologies to exist.

      Yes. It's a PARADOX. Life is just loaded with them in case you've never noticed before.

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    8. In fact I have FreeThinke, I hope you now know that.

      I think myself as determined as you to fight corruption, dishonesty, illegality, unconstitutionally, false news, and terrorism be it Islamic or otherwise.

      I too am suspicious and therefore distrustful of centralized power. I blame apathy and the laziness of the American voting public for the sorry state of our Republic as much as anything else. And pozsiblly the lack of an educational system that foster and encourages a meaningful education, ie teaching students to think independently.

      You see FreeThinke I still believe smart conservatism and smart liberalism can and should coexist in a functioning and thriving republic.

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    9. Yes, but true LIBERALISM is not Marxian, Utopian, Totalitarianism, Les.

      Marxism should have NO PLACE in OUR system of government .

      THere are many isues biut which i m extremely LIBERAL, but I insist always on distinguishing legitimate LIBERALISM from Marxian totalitarianism –– and mindless Chauvinism of any sort, especially of the type exhibited by one Dervish Sanders and others of his contemptible ilk.

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    10. I absolutely agree FreeThinke!

      My only bone to pick is this, Marx and what he strove for has been HIGHLY and EGREGIOUSLY misrepresented by the capitalist that out of selfish self interests (please forgive the redundancy) would manipulate the very customers and entities they provide product and services to increase corporate profits.

      As Marx is reported to have said, and to sentiments I vehemently concur, as for me I'm no Marxist.

      I simply believe that Marx has been misrepresented by forces every bit as agenda driven and often corrupt as the ENEMIDIA you describe.

      Those who truly study Marx realize that he actually hated totalitarianism. His desire was to change the fuedalistic society and economy of mid 19th century Europe to a more equal and just society.

      Marx actually admired caligalism. He simply saw it as an advanced step towards a better system.

      Can't fault a dude for that. At least in my view.

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    11. Perhaps so –– in THEORY ––, Les. Let us say for the sake of argument that MARX was really a dear sweet man who had nothing but he BEST of INTENTIONS. That hardly matters, however, because from my standpoint RESULTS are all that matter, and everywhere collectivist systems imedelled on or inspired by Marxian Dialectics have been tried, violence, misery, deprivation, and widspread poverty have been the result.

      Marx's theories can NOT be implemented withour using either overwhelming BRUTE FORCE folowed by the constant THREAT OF DEATH for DISSENT or DEFECTION - OR - insidious methds of DECEPTION though the subtle, crafty introduction of cleverly-worded, quasi-humanistic PROPAGANDA that DECEIVES the ignorant masses into acceptong what-is-certain-o-lead-to their ENSLAVEMENT.

      As for sharp unethical, manipulative practices in business, I'm a firm bekiever in CAVEAT EMPTOR.

      A properly EDUCATED consumer is the best defense against corruption un business transactions as well as politics.

      IF our electorate were properly EDUCATED, instead of foolishly INDOCTRINATED by Cultural Marxists who now dominate the Teaching, Publishing, Entertainment, News and Information Industries, and the Law, we would see entirely dfferent results appearig at the polls, and a vast improvement in our selecgtion of public officials, etc.

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  2. I am a liberal, and those fellow posters on here who either like or hate my posts, can attest to my leanings......

    With that preface, I absolutely despise and have contempt for Roy Moore and would readily label him a hypocritical, right wing , slime bucket........HOWEVER, I cannot endorse the barrage of slander and libel heaped upon this guy based solely on the testimony of some women 40 years after the fact.

    Moore has NOT been hiding for these last 4 decades and he has blustered his way into Alabaman politics ever since I can remember.....and NOT a peep upon these allegations has ever surfaced.

    I hope Moore loses next month's election....BUT, he should lose because he is a scum bag and NOT based on allegations that should have been voiced many, many years ago.

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    1. OFF-TOPIC, but at least off-beat enough to be interesting.

      If the allegations of sexual misconduct –– THIRTY-EIGHT YEARS AGO! –– can be proven false –– always dubious in these damnable "He said, She said" cases –– would yu still refer to Judge Moore in such scurrilous terms, and if so, why?

      He's not my cup of tea either, but if he is what the majority of Alabamans WANT, he should be seated in the senate directly and without prejudice.

      This idea of trying to THWART the WILL of the PEOPLE by using Character Assassination, –– snide innuendo, unprovable accusations, poisonous gossip, and outright defamatory fabrications –– tactics currenty employed primarjly by members of the Left Wing –– may be as old as organized society, but that doesn't make it right, good, decent or desirable.

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  3. From my perspective it seems like elitist sociopath leftists view everyone beneath them as cum dumpsters, cooks and lower class regardless of gender or sexual preference. Hollywood has been riddled with accusations and confirmations about "successful" people taking advantage of regular people in all sorts of perverse ways, but we are supposed to focus now on Roy Moore's accusers who came out 40 years after the alleged incidents.

    At this point I don't care if Moore fucked them all with the same cigar, and smoked it with Augusto Pinochet while throwing commies out of a helicopter. After democrooks kept Ted Kennedy not only OUT OF PRISON, where ANYONE ELSE would have gone, but they kept him in the senate.

    The left has no credibility when it comes to moral issues.

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    1. I have to agree, Silver, even though it's far Off-Topic. I appreciate the wry HUMOR and the sentiments behind it a great deal.

      The blatant HYPOCRISY of the Left is as damnable as it is disingenuous.

      The WaPo does't care a FIG about these "poor, abused little girls" now in their fifties who are suddenly popping up out of the woodwork SOLELY because the WaPo's infamous DIRT DIGGING MACHINE actively solicited their alleged testimony with no higher purpose in mind tha to DEFAME DERAIL and DESTROY the campaign of a Candidate THEY don't LIKE, because he's NOT a God-damned fucking LEFTIST.

      Unless and until the Left DEMANDS justice for Juanita Broaderrick, and sends that filthy whoremaster Bill Clinton to prison for RAPE and SEXUAL ASSAULT, I, personally, will never give any credence whatsoever o ANY allegations of Sexual Misconduct brought forth by the Left. PERIOD!

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  4. The greatest outrage brought to light is how the well-connected power elites cash in on their DC access by selling it to the highest foreign bidder.

    This should be outlawed.

    Step 2 is to set up an official federal government office where foreign entities who want to approach our government go for service, think of it as a Post Office or DMV for foreigners wanting to communicate with the federal government.

    Any foreign entity-federal government contact outside that office is illegal.

    I'll hitch my pot-powered magical sleigh to my flying unicorns now and fly over the rainbow to retrieve my pot of gold...

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    1. Possibly, Silver, but I rather doubt that the way to reign in runaway, mestastatic bureaucracy could be the creation of still MORE bureaucracy in an attempt to control what is already in place.

      I don't have any idea hoe it could be dne, but I'd be much in favor of simehow dismantling The Deep State –– an ever-burgeoning menace to Federalism, and any form of true Representative Republican government.

      Or did I misunderstand you?

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      Dismantle The Deep State (which has both Left and Right domains)? It's well entrenched -- beyond what we even know, IMO.

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    3. David Farnsworth said

      But none for FreeThinke's wisdom, uncommon eloquence and obvious sinceriity? How odd!

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    WE DELETE ALL STRAY REMARKS UNRELATED to the TOPIC.

    So far, I've had to jettison a full THREE-QUARTERS of the COMMENTS that came in on this post.

    The apparent ILLITERACY, LACK of CURIOSITY, and RUDENESS among these commenters is DEPLORABLE.

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  6. The claim that Senate Candidate Moore dated inderaged Girls was made by an Accuser thst Worked for Hillary and the Democrats!
    Thesexsre the same bunch that bought and paid for a phony dossier accusing Trump of colluding with Russia wouldn't stop at manufacturing a hit piece on a candidate in Alabama!

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    1. Where is the proof, Sam? Lefists I know have SWORN to me that Acccuser #1 is a lifelong Republican who has only broken her THIRTY-EIGHTY YEAR silence out of strong sense of moral and patrotic duty.

      As always the two sides give you a completely different narrative. What the truth mght be is anyone's guess. This is why I don't think Opposition Research is legitimate.

      I am POSITIVE the WaPo doesnt give a tinker's dam about the reportedly injured parties in ths or any other case they dig. The WaPo's SOLE objective is to DAMAGE nad DESTROY their TARGETS –– NEVER to shed LIGHT on TRUTH.


      This modus operandi is merciless, conscienceless, disingenuous and therefore inherently despicable
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  8. Daily Presidential Tracking Poll

    The Rasmussen Reports daily Presidential Tracking Poll for Monday shows that 46% of Likely U.S. Voters approve of President Trump’s job performance. Fifty-three percent (53%) disapprove.

    The latest figures include 30% who Strongly Approve of the way the president is performing and 44% who Strongly Disapprove. This gives him a Presidential Approval Index rating of -14. (see tren

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  9. The Registered Nurses' Male LoverNovember 15, 2017 at 2:13 PM

    THE CHEAP, COP-OUT RESPONSE I RECEIVED FROM CHUCK SCHUMER’S OFFICE IN RESPONSE TO MY LETTER TO HIM TELLING HIM EXACTLY WHAT I THOUGHT OF HIM
    Here is the (automatic) response I received..


    Thank you for your e-mail. Each and every piece of correspondence I receive is important because it allows me to better understand the New Yorkers I serve in the United States Senate.

    As you can imagine, my office receives a great number of messages every day regarding a variety of issues – this is particularly true of e-mails. It makes me proud to know that my constituents take an active role in our government by corresponding with me, and I look forward to responding to your concerns in greater detail. In the meantime, I just wanted to let you know that your e-mail has been received, and to ask for your patience until I send you a more detailed response.

    Again, thank you for writing. Please feel free to visit my website http://schumer.senate.gov to follow my work in the Senate and to learn more about the services my office can provide to you.

    Warmest regards


    Warmest Regards? Is He Kidding? I Guess He Didn't Read My Letter

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    1. Communications of this sort are always foolish. Please don't tell me you even dared HOPE for an honest, direct response from SHOO-MORE or any other bombastic, self-serving gasbag in EITHER party?

      If you expected CONTRITION, you are worse than hopelessly naive, you are an out-and-out FOOL.

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