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Friday, August 31, 2018

With a Testimonial Like This, How Could Anyone Think Ill of John McCain?

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix



Video: Watch Protesters Call for “Love,” While Embracing Evil

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix


Charlie Kirk‏Verified account @charliekirk11 Jul 1

Yesterday I decided to go see what these protests were all about These protests weren’t about helping kids. This is about hating America and hating Trump I’ve never seen a group of people with so much love for MS-13, ISIS, and law breaking illegals Must watch! RT!



Thursday, August 30, 2018

Breaking News: Louis CK’s Newest Sex Crime!

By Jerry PDX
Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 8:06:00 P.M. EDT
Brace yourself for this earth-shattering news report from Fox News:

http://www.foxnews.com/entertainment/2018/08/30/louis-c-k-rape-whistle-joke-made-two-women-uncomfortable-report.html

Yes, two women felt “uncomfortable” during a set by comedian Louis CK when he made a “rape whistle joke.” Thank you to Fox News and the other mainstream media outlets for bringing this monumentally important story to our attention. I suppose I can at least forgive Fox because they report non-PC news the others won't but the other news outlets I can't excuse.

We're already used to #MeToo absurdity but this is taking it to the next level. They're going to continue to pursue and hound men that have been accused of harassment indefinitely.

N.S.: Ever since Rupert Murdoch ceded control to his sons, James and Lachlan, his news properties have become increasingly pc, both in their reporting and their administrative practices.

“The two unnamed women who sat for C.K.'s Sunday set said it was ‘similar to his usual material,’ Vulture reported, but included a play on the phrase ‘clean as a whistle’ leading up to a joke about rape whistles not being clean.

“‘When he said 'rape whistle' people were laughing, and I was just sitting there like oh my [expletive],’ the women told Vulture. ‘This is so uncomfortable and so disgusting. Everyone around me was laughing. That was just depressing.’

Video
Comedy Cellar Owner Defends Allowing Louis C.K. To Perform

“The women reportedly said that men and women reacted differently to his presence.

"‘It felt like there were a lot of aggressive men in the audience and very quiet women,’ she told Vulture. ‘It’s the kind of vibe that doesn’t allow for a dissenting voice. You’re just expected to be a good audience member. You’re considered a bad sport if you speak out.’

“One man shouted that it was ‘good to have [C.K.] back,’ the women said.

"‘Our voice is definitely not going to be prioritized in that space,’ one of the women told the publication. ‘How do you think the women in that room felt? It's just really frustrating.’"
Louis C.K. thought that if he pleaded guilty at the equivalent of a show trial, but as Jerry PDK noted, there is no rehabilitation with these people. (I once checked out a video of the guy, and didn’t find him funny, but other people have assured me that he is capable of being humorous.)

Some feminazi activists went to a comedy performance, planning on being offended, were offended, and then complained about being offended.

Meanwhile, the Fox operative who blogged on this, Amy Lieu, is herself a professional Asian, professional female, affirmative action hire. (How long until she initiates her frivolous lawsuit?)

Lieu didn’t even attempt to present both sides. Her thing is a reportorial, but it’s not even acceptable as an editorial, due to its bizarre style. (She acts as though it were normal for someone to go to a comedy show, and expect to get equal time to argue against the comic.) She got additional protection from Fox, in the form of having all comments shut off.

“Sign up for Vulture's Splitsider comedy newsletter

“Bringing you inside jokes, twice a week.”

After I responded to Vulture’s solicitation by submitting my email, I got the following message:

“*Sorry, there was a problem signing you up.”

So, they’ll solicit me as a reader, but then insult me, because I’m on their whitelist.

Vulture, which first “reported” on this non-incident, is the racial socialist anti-culture blog of New York magazine. It is policing comedians in New York, the way the Human Rights Commission does in Canada. I’d comment accordingly, but I’ve been permablocked at all of New York magazine’s platforms.


Vulture does things like posting pc lists of screenwriters. It posted a list of the “100 best screenwriters of all time” a few months ago, in which many of the greatest were either pushed way down the list (Ingmar Bergman, Ben Hecht), or eliminated altogether (Robert E. Sherwood and Robert Riskin), in favor of pc nothings whom I’d never heard of, and can’t recall. In other words, it’s a communist politburo.

Although the committee elected Billy Wilder the greatest screenwriter of all time, I suspect that was because he was a Jew. In any event, while Wilder was certainly one of the greatest directors of all time (Double Indemnity, Sunset Boulevard, Ace in the Hole, Witness for the Prosecution, Some Like It Hot, The Apartment, etc.) he was far from the greatest screenwriter. Wilder always wrote as part of a team. We have no great screenplays written as solo (or virtually solo) jobs by Wilder, which is a deal-breaker. By contrast, Hecht (Notorious), Sherwood (The Best Years of Our Lives), and Riskin (It Happened One Night) had no problem flying solo.

The committee ranked the Coen Brothers second, Quentin Tarantino fourth, Spike Lee 15th and George Lucas 16th.

Then again, determining who the greatest screenwriters were, was clearly never a concern of the committee.

Just like being funny is no concern of any of New York magazine’s various culture committees.

Update on the Grand Rapids Race Hoax du Jour


[Previously: “Anatomy of a Race Hoax: How Black Supremacists, Including the NAACP, Sought to Bring about the Legal Lynching of an Innocent White Man.”]

Grand Rapids Anonymous Update I
Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 2:29:00 A.M. EDT

Here's WOOD’s coverage:

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GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — An outrageous set of accusations claimed a man committed a disgusting act against a child while uttering a racial slur.

But after two days, we find out that the children involved were making it all up.

It started Wednesday when a [black] woman living on Grand Rapids’ Northwest side said that a 5-year-old [black] girl soaked with urine came running to her house. The story that allegedly came from the girl and her friends was that a [white] man urinated on her in an alley in the 1000 block of Leonard Street NW and then used a racial slur against her.

That man was identified as 60-year-old David Allen Dean, who has a history of criminal sexual conduct that put him in prison for 15 years.

It sparked outrage and led to the leader of the NAACP calling on Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker to investigate the incident as a potential hate crime.

Cle Jackson, President of the Grand Rapids chapter of the NAACP, said all his organization ever wanted was for the allegations to be thoroughly investigated and for due process to take place.

But things changed Friday evening when the prosecutor’s office issued a statement saying that the parents of the children revealed that the story was fabricated.

“It’s the parents who really got to it which is typical for a case like this,” Becker said.

The prosecutor’s office says one of the children urinated on another child, and the story was concocted to avoid trouble. The prosecutor’s office is still conducting lab tests to verify the latest story, but Davis is cleared.

“It’s not right. He may have done things in the past but for them to do that to him is wrong. Totally wrong, it’s not right,” said Sandy Olsen, a neighbor. “Especially the hate crime thing. Oh wow, that’s big.”

At Davis’ home, he did not come to the door and later made it clear he did not want to talk.

The father of the girl said he plans to give an apology man-to-man to Davis.

The age of the children involved precludes the possibility of legal action against them. [GRA: Unbelievable, but what about the media and the NAACP?]

A father of boys who lives two doors down from Davis says he is a good neighbor who helps others and keeps to himself.

“He respects my family, he always respects us, we never had no problem with him,” said neighbor David Siova. “He’s gonna be afraid to come outside because people will pick on him.”

GRA: Pick on him? He's fortunate he wasn't killed by blacks in jail. Who knows what other blacks will do to him in the future. This will not stop the local lib media from destroying whitey first and asking questions later. They've seemed to have learned from Lester Holt very well.

--GR Anonymous-I'm a white man


 

Trump: I Won’t Fire Jeff Sessions until after the Mid-Terms

 

 

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix
 

Trump: I won’t fire Jeff Sessions before midterm elections
By Bob Fredericks
August 30, 2018, 5:21 p.m.
New York Post

President Trump said Thursday that embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ job was safe at least until after the midterm elections in November.

“I just would love to have him do a great job,” Trump said Thursday in an Oval Office interview with Bloomberg News.

Asked if he’d keep Sessions beyond November, Trump declined to comment.

Trump has repeatedly gored Sessions in private and in public for recusing himself in March 2017 from the investigation of Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein then appointed ex-FBI boss and decorated Vietnam veteran Robert Mueller as special counsel to conduct what’s become a wide-ranging probe, including whether Trump’s people conspired with the Russians and whether the president sought to obstruct justice.

Trump also has ridiculed Sessions, a former Republican senator from Alabama and an early supporter of his presidential candidacy, as “weak” for failing to probe Republican allegations of anti-Trump bias in the Justice Department and FBI.

Trump has also tried to pressure Sessions to quit, which would open the way to appointing a successor who could oust Mueller or rein in his inquiry — but the AG has defiantly remained on the job and declared that he won’t let partisan politics mar the department’s work.

Sessions’ inability to “control” his department was “a regrettable thing,” Trump said in an interview last week with Fox News, adding that the GOP-controlled Justice Department seems “to go after a lot of Republicans.”

Sessions responded then in a defiant statement, saying, “While I am attorney general, the actions of the Department of Justice will not be improperly influenced by political considerations.”

Trump’s comments to Bloomberg on Thursday echoed the predictions of some key Republicans in Congress, who are now saying they expect the president to oust Sessions after the elections in November despite warning him in the past that the Senate wouldn’t muster the votes to confirm a successor.

Sen. Lindsey Graham of South Carolina, a one-time Trump foe turned reliable loyalist and frequent golf partner, said Tuesday that the relationship between Trump and Sessions is “beyond repair” and that the issues are “deeper” than the attorney general’s recusal.

“He is not the only man in the country that can be attorney general. He is a fine man. I’m not asking for him to be fired. But the relationship is not working,” Graham told NBC News.

“Is there somebody who is highly qualified that has the confidence of the president, and will also understand their job is to protect Mueller? Yes, I think we can find that person after the election if that is what the president wants.”

[N.S.: “[T]heir job is to protect Mueller”?! What, is Graham channeling the spirit of John McCain?]

With Bloomberg


TCM’s Film Noir of the Week Hosted by Eddie Muller, Returns on Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12 a.m. ET (and 10 a.m. ET Sunday Morning) with The Locket (1946), Starring Laraine Day, Brian Aherne, Robert Mitchum and Gene Raymond

 

 

By David in TN
Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 3:38:00 P.M. EDT

 

Laraine Day
 

TCM’s Film Noir of the Week hosted by Eddie Muller, returns on Saturday Night-Sunday Morning at 12 a.m. ET (and 10 a.m. ET Sunday Morning) with The Locket (1946).
 

Day and Mitchum
 

The Locket stars Laraine Day as an unstable woman who ruins several men. The chumps are played by Brian Aherne, Robert Mitchum, and Gene Raymond. The story, according to Film Noir Guide, is “convoluted.” The multiple flashbacks contribute to this effect.
 

The Medusa of myth, and a contemporary version
 

This is one where we wonder what our friend Eddie will say in his introduction.
 

The Locket was shot by legendary film noir cameraman Nicholas Musuraca
 

 




Anatomy of a Race Hoax: How Black Supremacists, Including the NAACP, Sought to Bring about the Legal Lynching of an Innocent White Man

By GR Anonymous—I'm a white man
Saturday, August 25, 2018 at 2:15:00 A.M. EDT (look for running updates)

[N.S.: I apologize to GRA for not posting this immediately. I was out of town for eight days, during which time I could only post via cellphone, and lacked copy-and-paste capabilities.

Note that if the entire story about the white man peeing on the black girl was made up, the back story asserting that he had induced children to visit him in his home was almost certainly a hoax, as well. Race/hate/rape hoaxes typically involve parallel hoaxes, with each supporting and reinforcing the other, with circular logic.

Meanwhile, everyone knows the name of the white victim, whose life is in danger, while nobody knows the names of the racist, black culprits, or those of their families, who taught them to racially target whites.

And why did increasingly pc Fox treat the criminal organization, the NAACP, as if it were a law enforcement agency?

The white vic needs to sue the families of the culprits, the NAACP as an organization and Cle Jackson individually, as well as Matt Parker, for defamation.]


White Grand Rapids Man Falsely Accused by Blacks “of Urinating on Black 5-Year-Old”; NAACP Wanted Man Charged with Hate Crime; Media Goes into Lynch Mode; It was All Made up


(FOX17) UPDATE – Police and prosecutors say that they have determined that the incident did not happen and that there will be no charges filed on David Dean. The Kent County Prosecutor says that after further interviews with the children, it was determined that one child urinated on one of the others and the story was made up to try and stay out of trouble.


****** Original Story below…******

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Neighbors say the man accused of urinating on a young girl and calling her a racial slur, also tried to lure children into his home in the past.

The NAACP of Grand Rapids identifies the suspect as David Dean, 60, arrested and awaiting charges after a five-year-old black girl and her friends say he urinated on her and called her the n-word. That incident happened when the children were playing behind the library in the 1000 block of Leonard St. NW Wednesday around 6 p.m.

Matt Parker tells FOX 17 his now 11-year-old daughter lives in the same apartment building as Dean on Grand Rapids’ west side. Parker says within the last two years, Dean offered cash to his daughter and her friend if they would go inside his apartment.

“[My daughter] was so scared to go in the house, that’s what really kind of made me upset, because a child shouldn’t have to be scared to go into any type of building that they live in,” said Parker.

“She promptly told me the situation, that my daughter and her friend were walking home, going into the apartment he had offered them money to come into the apartment.”

Parker says Dean not only tried to offer his then nine-year-old daughter cash to come inside his home, but hangs around local bus stops and talks with neighborhood kids.

NAACP Grand Rapids Chapter President Cle Jackson calls for the harshest charges possible against Dean, including criminal sexual conduct, in response to Dean accused of urinating on a child then calling her the n-word.

“He deserves due process of the law, and if he is convicted, we need to make sure that he is convicted to the fullest extent of the law because this is horrific,” said Jackson. “It’s horrible a 5-year-old baby, basically, that has been exposed to this, and that will significantly impact her forever.”

Parker says his family called Grand Rapids Police in the past, regarding Dean trying to lure his daughter into his home, but says an officer told them ultimately there’s not much they could do unless Dean hurt the kids. Parker feels more needs to be done.

“It’s like we could have prevented this a long time ago, and it’s like they didn’t want to help us out at all with this matter,” said Parker.

GRPD say they handled the likely racially motivated urination incident quickly and are still investigating it. Kent County Prosecutor Chris Becker told FOX 17 Friday he does not yet have an estimate of when the man will be arraigned for the urination incident.

GRA: The mother went on TV, excoriating the guy. The media went through his medical and criminal records—declaring him "psychotic" and a "sex criminal.” The NAACP got involved and the local leader demanded "that this be charged as a hate crime."

But it was all made up. What happens to the white man now? The kids made up the "n"-word crap, the urination, and the media ran with it—getting neighbors to verbally crucify the guy—who HAS problems, no doubt—but the worst problem is the fact that blacks moved into his neighborhood. He should sue the f**k out of the blacks, the NAACP, the media and whoever else got on the bandwagon to destroy him without asking one question: Are the kids lying? Being blackies...the odds were, YES.

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Protect Free Speech in the Digital Public Square | We the People: Your Voice in Our Government

 

 

By Reader-Researcher R.C.


Protect Free Speech in the Digital Public Square | We the People: Your Voice in Our Government

“The Trump administration killed the Puerto Ricans with neglect….”

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

At MSN.

R.C.: Well, next hurricane season we need to kill the Puerto Riquenos with intent.

Watch the Crazy Guy Who Drove a Veyron 250 MPH on the Autobahn

 

The Veyron
 

By Reader-Researcher R.C.

Watch the Crazy Guy Who Drove a Veyron 250 MPH on the Autobahn

Please, don't try to break this record.

www.msn.com
 

Mercedes-Benz W125 Rekordwagen

The Mercedes-Benz W125 Rekordwagen was an experimental, high-speed automobile produced in the late 1930s. The streamlined car was derived from the 1937 open-wheel race car Mercedes-Benz W125 Formel-Rennwagen, of which also a streamlined version was raced at the non-championship Avusrennen in Berlin.

en.wikipedia.org

 

The Mercedes-Benz W125 Rekordwagen

Alan M. Dershowitz: Should It Be Illegal for Prosecutors to “Flip” Witnesses?

By Alan M. Dershowitz
August 29, 2018 at 5:00 a.m.
Gatestone Institute
Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

  • It is already illegal for a lawyer to offer a witness a valuable consideration for providing testimony -- if the lawyer is a defense attorney. If any defense attorney offers a witness an inducement to testify favorably to his client -- even if his testimony is 100% truthful -- that lawyer will be disbarred, prosecuted and imprisoned. But it is perfectly legal, indeed widely regarded as commendable, for prosecutors to offer major inducements in order to get witnesses to testify against their targets.
  • Here is what the statute says: "Whoever... directly or indirectly, gives, offers, or promises anything of value to any person, for or because of the testimony under oath or affirmation given or to be given by such person as a witness" is guilty of a felony. [U.S. Code § 201 (c)(2), emphasis added]
  • Every day, these tactics are being used against ordinary Americans caught up in our deeply flawed criminal justice system that relies far too heavily on the testimony of flipped witnesses.
Recently President Trump said that "flipping" a witness to incriminate a prosecutorial target "almost ought to be outlawed," saying that individuals who flip are often untruthful.
This statement raises the important question of whether it should be illegal to offer a witness a valuable consideration for providing testimony, as prosecutors allegedly did with Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn.

Interestingly, it is already illegal for a lawyer to do that -- if the lawyer is a defense attorney. If any defense attorney offers a witness an inducement to testify favorably to his client -- even if his testimony is 100% truthful -- that lawyer will be disbarred, prosecuted and imprisoned. But it is perfectly legal, indeed widely regarded as commendable, for prosecutors to offer major inducements in order to get witnesses to testify against their targets. These inducements include money, freedom from imprisonment and even life itself.

There are cases in which courts have allowed prosecutors to pay witness's contingent fees -- that is, bonuses -- if their testimony results in convictions. There are cases in which prosecutors have threatened to seek the death penalty unless a witness flips against a co-defendant. There are cases in which prosecutors threaten to prosecute wives, children, parents and siblings of witnesses unless they flip, to offer 10- or 20-year reductions in sentences in exchange for favorable testimony.

No wonder Judge T.S. Ellis, who presided over the first Manafort trial, observed that flipped witnesses sometimes have an inducement not only to "sing" but to "compose" -- that is, to embellish. Michael Cohen may have been composing when he said through his lawyer, that President Trump knew about the Trump Tower meeting between his son (Donald Trump Jr.) and a Russian. Cohen's lawyer has now, commendably, walked back this accusation.

 

Judge T.S. Ellis (right), who presided over the first Manafort trial, observed that flipped witnesses sometimes have an inducement not only to "sing" but to "compose" -- that is, to embellish.
 

You might wonder how all this is legal in light of the federal statute that prohibits the payment of anything of value in order to influence the testimony of a witness. Here is what the statute says: "Whoever... directly or indirectly, gives, offers, or promises anything of value to any person, for or because of the testimony under oath or affirmation given or to be given by such person as a witness" is guilty of a felony. [U.S. Code § 201 (c)(2), emphasis added]

A literal reading of the statute would encompass the offers and threats routinely made by prosecutors to secure the testimony of witnesses. After all, it applies to "whoever," and "any," but the courts have ruled that prosecutors are exempt from the words of the statute. Only defense attorneys and their clients are covered by it, despite the broad language.

Several years ago, a U.S. Court of Appeals applied the language of the statue to prosecutors, raising questions about the entire process of paying witnesses for their testimony. But that decision was quickly reversed by a ruling that continued the exemption of prosecutors from the coverage of the statute.

The only requirement is that prosecutors must inform the judge, jury and defense attorneys of all payments and promises made to witnesses. But such disclosure would not be enough to exempt defense attorneys or defendants from the criminal penalties provided by the witness tampering statute. This disparity unlevels the playing field of our adversary system of justice.

Civil libertarians and criminal defense attorneys have long been skeptical of the widespread tactics used by prosecutors to intimidate, induce, buy or rent witnesses. We understand how central this tactic is in the way prosecutors bring cases today. Coupled with the other side of the coin -- under which defendants who go to trial receive multiples of the sentence they would have received had they pleaded guilty -- these twin tactics explain why so few cases today ever get before a jury: Fewer than 10% in federal court. It is far more advantageous to cooperate with prosecutors than to challenge them.

Notwithstanding the importance of these tactics, they should raise troubling concerns among anyone concerned with basic fairness.

So, I welcome President Trump's statement about the unfairness of our present system of flipping witnesses, even though I realize it is somewhat self-serving. Would he and his supporters be equally concerned if a Special Counsel or other prosecutors were using these tactics against his political opponents? Nevertheless, it is important to have these issues raised and debated by all Americans. Today they are being used against Republicans, tomorrow they may be used against Democrats, and every day, they are being used against ordinary Americans caught up in our deeply flawed criminal justice system that relies far too heavily on the testimony of flipped witnesses.

Alan M. Dershowitz is the Felix Frankfurter Professor of Law Emeritus at Harvard Law School and author of "The Case Against Impeaching Trump," Skyhorse Publishing, July 2018.

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Breakthrough for humanity, failure for a.d.l. and a.n.c. Nazi's! South Africa withdraws white farmland redistribution bill six days after Trump warned he was closely studying the situation




-----Original Message-----
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In Austin, Texas, communists are forming a red army to annihilate all patriots



Subject: n Austin, Texas, a far-left extremist group is calling for a "red army" to be formed to annihilate those it considers enemies – namely those who do not agree with its communist ideals.


In Austin, Texas, a far-left extremist group is calling for a "red army" to be formed to annihilate those it considers enemies – namely those who do not agree with its communist ideals. According to a posting to the Facebook account for the Red Guards Austin, they'd like to see the formation of "
A Texas reader: I always thought "Antifa" sounded like an exotic STD.

Doctor: "You have a bad case of Antifa.  Have you been to the tropics?  I need to obtain a culture."

Virus-free. www.avg.com

Impeachment? Dale bumpers still needs to be heeded today


By an old friend
Sent: Tue, Aug 28, 2018 03:02 AM
Subject: I think it's farcical that there's all this "Impeachment!" frenzy, ...


... and this terrific article is a great response to it.  (Along with the blunt fact that there are zero grounds for it in Trump's case, unlike Clinton's.)

Impeachment? Dale Bumpers Still Needs to Be Heeded Today


Special Report

Impeachment? Dale Bumpers Still Needs to Be Heeded Today

August 28, 2018, 12:05 am

Crazed Democrats should go back to the impeachment debate of January 21, 1999.

In January 1999, I had the privilege of spending an entire day at the Senate impeachment trial of President Bill Clinton. In that brief time, I saw first-hand the grubby political realities that belie the ringing prose and high-sounding legal theories that purport to set the parameters for presidential impeachment. Now, with the incessant and angry demands by the Democrats and their main stream media adjunct for the impeachment of President Trump, consideration of the simple political calculus that was on display at Clinton's trial may serve to lower their fantastic expectations and cool their fevered brows.

In December 1998, a bitterly divided House of Representatives impeached Clinton on charges of perjury and obstruction of justice based on his grand jury testimony denying a sexual relationship with Monica Lewinsky and his obstruction of justice in a civil lawsuit by Paula Jones. Ms. Jones was but one of the numerous unwilling women who were subjected over the years to Clinton's lewd, crude, and unwanted sexual advances. Her lawsuit was the genesis of Clinton's legal problems.

In 1994, Jones filed suit accusing Clinton of sexual harassment when he was governor of Arkansas and she was a lowly state employee. According to the plaintiff, Governor Clinton had summoned her to his hotel room, exposed himself, and invited her to kiss his penis. She refused.

Instead of simply settling the case as quietly as possible, Clinton elected to litigate. After three years of legal maneuvering by Clinton's blue-ribbon legal team, the U.S. Supreme Court held that the president was subject to civil jurisdiction and that Jones' case against the president could go forward. Since it was Ms. Jones' word against that of the president, her counsel conducted pre-trial discovery to establish that Clinton had misbehaved sexually with other women. In the course of discovery, plaintiff's counsel learned that one Linda Tripp had recorded conversations with Monica Lewinsky, a former White House intern, in which Lewinsky disclosed that she and the president had engaged in sexual relations. When plaintiff's counsel listed Ms. Lewinsky as a trial witness, Clinton tried to cover up the affair by recommending that she file a false affidavit denying the relationship.

While the cover up was underway, Independent Counsel Ken Starr was investigating Clinton's involvement in the shady Whitewater real estate venture, the firing of the White House travel agents and their replacement by Clinton cronies from Arkansas, and the misuse of FBI files. In January 1998, Linda Tripp advised Starr that Lewinsky was preparing to testify falsely in the Jones' case by denying that she had had a sexual relationship with the president. As a result, after his investigators interrogated Lewinsky, Starr sought to take Clinton's grand jury testimony.

For reasons that remain utterly incomprehensible, Clinton's lawyers allowed him to testify under oath before the grand jury via a closed-circuit television link from the White House.

Immediately before Clinton's testimony, Starr, the ultimate gentlemanly professional, voluntarily disclosed to Clinton's lawyers that semen stains had been recovered from a dress worn by Lewinsky when she worked at the White House. The obvious import of this disclosure was that Clinton's DNA could be — as, in fact, it later was — matched to the stains. Clinton should have then and there asserted his Fifth Amendment privilege against self-incrimination and fled the scene. Instead, before the grand jury, he put on a Jesuitically hair-splitting display of word parsing, obfuscation, and pirouetting evasion ("it all depends on what the meaning of 'is' is") in which he denied having a sexual relationship — as of the day of his testimony — with Lewinsky.

For good measure, the evening after his grand jury testimony, Clinton appeared on nationwide television and contradicted his previous public declaration that he "did not have sexual relations with that woman, Ms. Lewinsky." He admitted that he had had "an inappropriate relationship" with her and apologized for having previously misled his wife and the nation. Nevertheless, he insisted that he had given "legally accurate" answers to the grand jury and that he had never asked anyone to "lie, hide or destroy evidence or to take any unlawful action." In short, Clinton continued to lie, deflect, and deceive.

Starr did not charge Clinton criminally, but he did submit his investigative report to Congress. David Schippers, a widely respected protĂ©gĂ© of former Attorney General Robert Kennedy, served as lead counsel for the House Judiciary Committee. After reviewing Starr's report, Schippers concluded that it set forth grounds for impeachment. With this guidance, the House voted to impeach Clinton for obstruction of justice and of having given "perjurious, false and misleading" grand jury testimony.  The votes were close. On the charge of perjury before the grand jury, the Republican controlled House voted 228 to 206. That article of impeachment charged that the president had lied to the grand jury regarding his relationship with Lewinsky, the testimony he gave in deposition in the Jones case, the false statements made by his lawyer with his permission regarding Lewinsky's false affidavit, and witness tampering.

The obstruction of justice article of impeachment passed on a 221 to 212 vote. It charged Clinton with trying to obstruct justice in the Jones case by suborning Lewinsky to provide a false affidavit and false testimony, hiding subpoenaed evidence of gifts he had given to Lewinsky, and related matters.

The trial before the Senate commenced on January 7, 1999, and lasted five weeks. The prosecutors, called "House managers," were led by Henry Hyde of Illinois. But the day that I attended the trial, Republican Congressman Asa Hutchinson of Arkansas led the charge. He was far and away the best lawyer in the Senate chamber that day. The competition for that title was stiff. Wheelchair bound Charles Ruff and Gregory Craig, two of Clinton's learned and talented lawyers, were very impressive as were other House managers who rose to present and argue the case for impeachment. But it was Hutchinson who made the greatest impression. His arguments were focused, crystal clear, straightforward, and compelling. He swiftly and efficiently laid out in convincing detail the basis for the charges and did so without resort to hyperbole or bombast. As with all great trial lawyers, he let the sordid facts speak for themselves. His presentation was, in a word, devastating.

Now understand that I was hardly a neutral observer. I went to the trial wanting to see Clinton get nailed. To me Clinton's perjury and obstruction of justice were but part and parcel of his whole sleazy and corrupt career in public office. His efforts to pervert the course of justice were all the more outrageous because he had committed those offenses while he was the nation's chief law enforcement officer. In short, I wanted his head on a stick. The House managers could have done bird calls and projected shadow animals on the walls of the Senate chamber, and I still would have declared them the victors. But, having said that, it was nevertheless true that Hutchinson not only had the better case on the evidence but was also far and away one of the best trial lawyers I have ever seen.

But, unfortunately for Hutchinson and his colleagues, there was a problem with the jury. The Senate's party line split was 55 Republicans and 45 Democrats. Sixty-seven votes were needed for conviction. As Hutchinson and his colleagues masterfully presented the evidence and argued the law, I watched the Democrats seated just below me in the Senate chamber. Senator Chris Dodd (D. Conn.) was sotto voce exchanging one-liners with Senator Ted Kennedy (D. Mass.). They were both having a good laugh as Clinton's perfidy was being spelled out. Other Democrats made no pretense of paying attention. One senator read the newspaper, another worked on correspondence. Others were walking about the chamber visiting one another. They made an elaborate show of ignoring the presentation by the House managers and made it clear that, regardless of the proof, there was no way that they were going to convict their party's leader.

This naked and defiant disregard of the evidence — so out of sync with the gravity of the charges — angered me, but it shouldn't have. Despite all of the legal talk about high crimes and misdemeanors and the purported constitutional basis for removing a president from office, the Democrat senators were merely demonstrating for us unsophisticated good-government rubes that the true criterion for convicting a president had nothing to do with the welfare of the country or the rule of law. Rather, the only real consideration was party affiliation and loyalty. The House managers could have shown a videotape of Clinton committing murder in the Oval Office, and it wouldn't have changed a single Democrat vote.

Although convinced by what I saw of the Democrats' open disdain for the evidence and the law that Clinton's acquittal was a forgone conclusion, I continued to closely follow the trial in the media. There were many fine and learned summations and arguments presented by both sides. But by far the best summation on behalf of the president was given by former Arkansas Senator Dale Bumpers, an old friend and political ally of the Clintons. Humble, self-deprecating, and utterly candid about his friendship and regard for the president, Bumpers delivered a powerful argument against removing Clinton from office. He reviewed the debates at the Constitutional Convention and brought them to bear in support of his friend Bill Clinton. Noting how "dangerous" impeachment was to the political process, he cited the words of Alexander Hamilton who had so long ago contended that "the greatest danger was that the decision [to convict the president] would be based on the comparative strength of the [political] parties rather than the guilt or innocence of the president."

Bumpers then posed the question,

How did we come to be here? We're here because of a five-year, relentless, unending investigation of the president. Fifty million dollars, hundreds of FBI agents fanning across the nation examining in detail the microscopic lives of people. Maybe the most intense investigation not only of a president but of anybody ever.

I feel strongly about this… so you'll have to excuse me, but that investigation has also shown that the judicial system in this country can and does get out of kilter, unless it's controlled, because there are innocent people innocent people who have been financially and mentally bankrupt[ed].

One woman told me two years ago that her legal fees were 95,000 dollars. She said I don't have $95,000 and the only asset I have is the equity in my home, which just happens to correspond to my legal fees of 95,000 dollars. And she says the only thing I can think of to do is to deed my home. This woman was innocent; never charged; testified before the grand jury a number of times. And since that time, she has accumulated an additional $200,000 in attorney fees. Javert's pursuit of Jean Valjean in Les MisĂ©rables pales by comparison.

I doubt that there are few people, maybe nobody in this body, who could withstand such scrutiny. And in this case those summoned were terrified not because of their guilt, but because they felt guilt or innocence was not really relevant.

But after all of those years and 50 million dollars of Whitewater, Travelgate, Filegate, you name it, nothing, nothing, the president was found guilty of nothing, official or personal.

We're here today because the president suffered a terrible moral lapse, a marital infidelity; not a breach of the public trust, not a crime against society, the two things Hamilton talked about in Federalist Paper number 65 — I recommend it to you before you vote — but it was a breach of his marriage vows.

Bumpers then cogently overcame the House managers' argument that Clinton's perjury and obstruction of justice subverted the rule of law when he observed that

the rule of law includes presidential elections. That's a part of the rule of law in this country. We have an event, a quadrennial event in this country which we recall "presidential elections." And that's the day when we reach across this aisle and hold hands, Democrats and Republicans. And we say, "Win or lose, we will abide by the decision." It is a solemn event, presidential elections, and it should not, they should not be undone lightly; or just because one side has the clout and the other one doesn't.

He closed with this peroration:

Colleagues, this is easily the most important vote you will ever cast. If you have difficulty because of an intense dislike of the president — and that's understandable — rise above it. He is not the issue. He will be gone. You won't. So don't leave a precedent from which we may never recover and almost surely will regret.… But if you vote to convict, you can't be sure what's going to happen. James G. Blaine was a member of the Senate when Andrew Johnson was tried in 1868, and 20 years later he recanted. And he said: "I made a bad mistake." And he says "as I reflect back on it, all I can think about is having convicted Andrew Johnson would have caused much more chaos and confusion in this country than Andrew Johnson could ever conceivably have tried."

And so it is with William Jefferson Clinton. If you vote to convict, in my opinion you're going to be creating more havoc than he could ever possibly create. After all, he's only got two years left. So don't, for God's sakes heighten people's alienation that is at an all-time high toward their government.

The people have a right and they are calling on you to rise above politics, rise above partisanship. They're calling on you to do your solemn duty. And I pray you will.

I have to tell you that, as much as I despised Clinton, I grudgingly admired Bumpers' skill and the validity of his argument. He made an excellent and persuasive point about the potential harm to the nation and our faith in the inviolability of the electoral process that would result from Clinton's removal from office. Bumpers' words rang true then, and easily translate into a powerful and utterly prescient indictment of those who today seek to undo the outcome of the 2016 presidential election and to destroy the president and bankrupt and imprison his supporters and associates.

All of the media experts and talking heads parsing what constitutes "high crimes and misdemeanors" and the constitutional basis for impeachment are missing the point. In 1970, when the House of Representatives considered articles of impeachment of Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas, then Rep. Gerald Ford (R.Mich.) proclaimed bluntly, "An impeachable offense is whatever a majority of the House of Representatives considers it to be at a given moment in history." Sadly, Ford was correct. If the Democrats take control of the House, they will impeach Trump not because he has done anything even remotely warranting impeachment but simply because they will have the votes to do it. By that measure, Maxine Waters' untethered and unhinged threats to impeach Trump for no particular reason fit well within Gerald Ford's brutally realistic definition of what constitutes an impeachable offense.

But, if the Democrats vote articles of impeachment for whatever silly reason, they will face the same daunting jury problem that defeated the brilliant Asa Hutchinson and the other House managers in 1999 as they presented their well-founded and overwhelming case against Clinton. Impeachment in the House is one thing, but conviction by a two-thirds majority of the Senate is quite another. Regardless of its substance or lack thereof, the Democrats' case against Trump will not succeed as long as there are 34 senatorial votes against conviction. Just as Republican party loyalty will dictate the outcome, the wise words of Dale Bumpers should comprise a compelling argument, regardless of party affiliation, as to why the removal of President Trump from office would be a national disaster.

The crazed Democrats should read and heed Bumpers' summation and do a senatorial head count before they take the impeachment plunge. But, while that's what intelligent, rational people would do, it remains to be seen whether the frenzied leftist herd that constitutes today's Democrat party are capable of such rational reflection or concern for the welfare of the nation.

George Parry is a former federal and state prosecutor who practices law in Philadelphia. He blogs at knowledgeisgood.net and may be reached by email at kignet1@gmail.com.


In a north Texas town of 80, 300 feds arrested 150 illegal aliens!

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Immigration and Customs Enforcement arrested 150 undocumented immigrants working at a Texas-based trailer company Tuesday in one of the largest workplace raids in the last 10 years. The raid was part of an ongoing criminal Homeland Security Investigation into
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Nazi hate hoax




Sent: Tue, Aug 28, 2018 02:13 PM
Subject: Hoax.


Steve Sailer • August 27, 2018
• 100 Words • 67 Comments • Reply
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From the Tampa Bay Times:
"As Governor, I will never be held hostage to hatred, or bigotry, or intolerance," Levine said in a statement.
Ever since Trump's election, the Fanatical (But Dyslexic) Nazi Menace has been stalking our fair land, and now it's out of control.
Seriously, what percentage of readers will never dream that this could be another hate hoax, because who would be so outre as to even mention the conceptual possibility, much less the words "hate hoax?"