Friday, September 23, 2022

Democrats Fooling Themselves? Liz Cheney Backstabs Party

David Strom at Haut Hair is happy that WaPo analyst thinks Democrats are fooling themselves on midterm turnout. At this point, everybody is trying to fool us about the election coming up. At PJ Media, VodkaPundit has The Saddest, Most Senescent Joe Biden Video Yet. It's becoming painfully obvious that the guy nominally in charge is senile, and you have to worry about it. But he's always been a lying son of a b*itch, and this post makes that clear. From the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.22.22, the First Street Journal: The Dummkopf from Delaware really doesn’t have a clue and the Weasel Zippers  Poll: Americans Trust Republicans More Than Dems To Handle The Economy By 52% To 38% Margin. Stephen Kruiser at PJ Media, Are Dems Finally Remembering They Never Liked Kamala Harris?. Rick Moran at PJ Media, Democrats Trying to Frighten Voters With Dark, Animated Imagery About the GOP and Cultural Issues. But I keep hearing the GOP is trying to scare us!

As a  Democratic Palm Beach County Commissioner endorses Ron DeSantis’ re-election bid, I&I reports The ‘DeSantis Is Worse Than Trump’ Campaign Begins. At Am Think Jack Cashill wonders Can the GOP Accommodate Two Rock Stars? Sure. From the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.22.22 at the Babalu Blog: DeSantis campaign launches ‘Cubans against Karla Marx’ t-shirts,  Babalu Blog: DeSantis campaign launches ‘Cubans against Karla Marx’ t-shirts,

Stacy McCain finds the Media Shocked that Stacey Abrams Is Unpopular With Black Men "Of course, by “unpopular” they mean she only gets 75% — Democrats normally get more than 90% of the black vote, but the gap-toothed water buffalo is struggling significantly below that level." John Sexton at Haut Hair reports a Fourth poll in the past week shows Adam Laxalt leading Nevada Senate race. From Fox, Fetterman campaign walks back apparent call to 'free' every convicted second-degree murderer. Turns out it was not popular with the voters. Whoda thunk? From the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.22.22 Tristan Justice at Da Fed is pissed that McConnell Abandons Arizona Senate Race To Maintain A GOP He Can Control

Capt. Ed at Haut Hair wonders Will Dems faceplant on police funding -- again? Update: Pressley to vote "present"?. Apparently not, because Liz Cheney stepped away to help them. Spencer Brown at Town Hall reports Lame Duck Liz Cheney Just Handed Democrats Another Victory, "A vote on a resolution to move Democrats' bundle of law enforcement-focused legislation forward in the House of Representatives passed narrowly on Thursday afternoon — by just one vote — because Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY) apparently couldn't be bothered to vote in her final days as a member of Congress." Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene@RepMTG "@Liz_Cheney is so committed to Joe Biden and the Democrats that she just intentionally skipped an anti-police vote that Republicans could have defeated. She clearly supports the Democrat war on police. Go ahead and switch parties Liz before you’re out of office." In Quick Hits, Ace notes "All it would have taken was a single Republican "no" vote to defeat a series of Democrat anti-police bills in the House. The measure passed 216-215. One more "no" would have resulted in a tie, and a tie does not pass the measure. Liz Cheney was the missing vote. She simply refused to vote out of spite. She could have voted -- Nancy Pelosi continues (illegally) permitting proxy voting because the pandemic "emergency" that Biden says is over -- but she chose not to, to deliver her actual party allies the win." KT at Haut Hair is miffed that Nine Republicans join all House Democrats to pass The Presidential Election Reform Act and at NRO, cited at Haut Hair, Romney rips Schumer for delaying Electoral Count Act reform. I don't mind a bill the eliminated ambiguities. I expect Democrats to exploit those every chance they get. 

From the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.22.22, The Geller Report reports Google Rigged The 2020 Election, 950 Pages of Leaked Internal Documents Show. "Senior Google engineer, Zach Vorhies, leaked 950 pages of internal documents that prove Google used censorship, blacklist, and machine learning algorithms to rig the 2020 election."  Also, "Fuzzzy Slippers" at LI, PayPal, Venmo, & Google Purging Wrongthink,  Fox Business, Mark Zuckerberg hit with legal complaints over alleged attempt to influence 2020 election. John Hinderacker at Power Line notes media censorship of Dilbert, Conservatism Is Prohibited

JTN reports Pennsylvania county sues Dominion Voting Systems over alleged 'severe anomalies' in 2020 voter data, "County claims "inaccuracy and/or inability to reconcile voter data with votes actually cast and counted." Shawn Fleetwood at Da Fed, Lawsuit: Clark County Election Officials Are Refusing To Disclose Poll Workers’ Political Affiliations, "According to an RNC press release, the GOP group “has tried negotiating in good faith with Clark County to try and determine whether it’s fulfilling its obligation to have bipartisan poll worker representation for the [2022] election,” but Clark County has refused “repeated requests for this information.”" Gee, I wonder why?

Capt. Ed hears GOP senators: No, presidents can't declassify material through thought alone. No, but it doesn't take much more. "Is that what Donald Trump actually claimed? That’s not quite what he told Sean Hannity last night in which he defended his retention of previously classified documents. In the exchange, it sounds more like Trump meant intent rather than simple thought. The act of taking the material with him to Mar-a-Lago shows his intent to declassify, Trump argued, and that doesn’t require a process." Matt Margolis at PJ Media, DOJ Claims Trump Did Not Declassify Documents. Oh, Really?
The panel argued that there is “no evidence that any of these records were declassified.”

Really? No evidence that any of the records were declassified? There are some huge holes in this argument.

For starters, Kash Patel, a former top Trump administration official, told Breitbart News in a phone interview in May that the documents were declassified and that he was present for the declassification.

“Trump declassified whole sets of materials in anticipation of leaving government that he thought the American public should have the right to read themselves,” Patel explained. “The White House counsel failed to generate the paperwork to change the classification markings, but that doesn’t mean the information wasn’t declassified,” Patel added. “I was there with President Trump when he said, ‘We are declassifying this information.’”

Then there’s the fact that on January 19, 2021, President Trump released a presidential memorandum titled, “Memorandum on Declassification of Certain Materials Related to the FBI’s Crossfire Hurricane Investigation.” So, clearly, there’s documentation of the process showing that, at the very least, documents related to Crossfire Hurricane were, in fact, declassified.

From the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.22.22, Herr Professor Jacobsen at LI, Mar-a-Lago Raid: 11th Circuit Grants Partial Stay of District Court Special Master Order As To Documents Marked Classified "Feds “entitled to a stay of the district court’s order, to the extent that it (1) requires the government to submit for the special master’s review the documents with classification markings and (2) enjoins the United States from using that subset of documents in a criminal investigation.” Mike Davis@mrddmia, "11th Circuit didn't address these key legal points. Again, under Presidential Records Act: 1. Records "received" by the President are presidential records 2. He determines what are "personal" 2. Former Presidents get unfettered access to their records Including classified." Madeleine Hubbard at JTN reports, Trump says FBI agents might have taken his will during Mar-a-Lago raid, "Trump said it could "could cause a lot of problems" if his will is published." The FBI wouldn't do anything like that, would they? /sarc. At ET, 11 States Back Trump in Battle With Biden Administration Over Mar-a-Lago Raid "Eleven Republican attorneys general are backing former President Donald Trump, telling a federal appeals court that the Biden administration’s “questionable conduct” in other cases should inform its looming decision on records seized by the Department of Justice (DOJ) from Trump." Sundance at CTH hosts President Trump Discusses the Mar-a-Lago Raid with Sean Hannity.

The Morning Report — 9/22/22
Miranda Devine at NYPo, FBI hero paying the price for exposing unjust ‘persecution’ of conservative Americans. Ace, in red italic type, with Biden kissing Hunter's flaming skull, Miranda Divine: FBI Hero Punished For Protesting the Brutal Tactics Being Used Against People for the Crime of Being Conservative. "In Today's FBI, complaining about unethical Gestapo tactics gets you punished by your bosses."

Armando Simon at I&I claims January 6 Will One Day Be A National Holiday — It Will Be America’s Bastille Day. At Da Wire, WATCH: Dem Rep Melts After Falsely Claiming Jan. 6 Rioters Beat Cop To Death. Spencer Brown at Town Hall, Liberal Media Cashes in on January 6th Committee Report. Also from Madeleine Hubbard, Jan. 6 panel witness avoids prison time, "The judge said he thinks Ayres is genuinely remorseful for his actions."

Ryan Ledendecker at PJ Media, Court Filing Reveals Mike Lindell Is Target Of DOJ Investigation

From the Wombat's In The Mailbox: 09.22.22, The Geller Report reports Democrat Who Murdered Teen Acted On Biden’s ‘Republican Extremism’ Rhetoric, Cited It To Justify His Act. "Despite recently claiming that combatting political violence and domestic extremism is a top priority for the agency, the FBI did not immediately respond to The Federalist’s questions about whether it plans to investigate the motives for the alleged homicide."

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