GOVERNACIDE: The Deadly Precedent of the Waco Whitewash – LewRockwell

Danforth was dismissive not only of written evidence but of convincing visual evidence. Waco: Rules of Engagement, a movie that won an Emmy and was nominated for an Academy Award, shows lengthy footage of FBI tanks repeatedly and systematically demolishing much of the building. Harvard Prof. Alan Stone, one of the outside experts the Justice Department tapped in 1993 to examine the incident, concluded, “Some of the government’s actions may have killed people before the fire started. I cannot tell whether the tanks knocked down places where people were already. I don’t know if there were people in there crushed by the collapsing building [as a result of FBI tanks plowing into the structure] before the fire started.”

The Deadly Precedent of the Waco Whitewash – LewRockwell

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In his Washington Post oped in October, Danforth wailed that Trump’s accusing the Commission on Presidential Debates of favoritism “destroys public confidence in the most basic treasure of democracy, the conduct of fair elections” and “paves the way to violence in the streets.” But for many Americans, “government under the law” is the basic treasure of democracy. And Danforth’s yapping about the peril of “violence in the streets” rings hollow after he whitewashed a federal assault that left 80 people dead. Americans are sick and tired of the “move along, nothing to see here” version of democracy that Danforth offered.

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The Gooferment kills.

Waco was, and is, a national disgrace.

If there was any justice, the FBI and the BATF would be shut down IMMEDIATELY.

Just wait until they come for you, then “We, The Sheeple” will see that the parasite class of politicians and bureaucrats is dangerous to life and liberty.

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Op-Ed: The Search of Giuliani’s Home May Have Broken the Law

‘The opaque nature of the circumstances is the perfect breeding ground for stories to take on a life of their own.’
— Read on www.westernjournal.com/op-ed-search-giulianis-home-may-broken-law/

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Argh!

If he offered, then why a raid?

Political theater.

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Madoff Is Dead – The Great NY Cover-Up

The Madoff case was the biggest cover-up in New York’s legal history. The lawyers have made nearly $2 billion and that does not count the fees lawyers on the opposite side charged the victims. NEVER will any journalist EVER dare to risk their career by ever reporting the truth. As for that journalist who called me, she never published the story.

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Not likely to get any further investigation.

Be afraid if you have damning evidence on the power elite.

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Two Yemenis on FBI Terrorism Watch List Apprehended at Border in California

El Centro Sector Border Patrol agents arrested two Yemeni nationals who illegally crossed the border into the U.S. in separate incidents during the past two months. Agents identified both men as being on the FBI’s Terrorism Watch List and the No-Fly list.

Two Yemenis on FBI Terrorism Watch List Apprehended at Border in California

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IF true, this is pretty important!

Need DJT45’s wall.

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The worst new car fee is the destination charge – Roadshow

Destination fees are likely a nice profit center for carmakers, but I can’t say that definitively because there is little transparency about what goes into them or why they differ radically between makes and models. But I do believe shipping and dealer prep are as essential a part of bringing a car to market as conducting crash tests and should be folded into MSRP the same way. 

The worst new car fee is the destination charge – Roadshow

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Just another way to “defraud” the car buyer!

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Ex-McDonald’s employee Bruno Bouchet reveals simple life hack to stop chips from going soggy | Daily Mail Online

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‘When I started at McDonald’s, an older guy taught me this “life hack” that involved the giant pickle buckets we’d have in the kitchen,’ he said.

‘He explained that if you ever cut or burnt yourself, you simply dip your hand into the pickle brine for 30 seconds and everything would be fine. I tried it a few times and was blown away by how the bleeding would stop almost immediately.’

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Hey that’s a great life hack.

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ADHOC: I’m speechless at this poor man’s plight

https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9407385/COVID-patient-returned-hospital-apartment-cleaned-out.html

Manhattan building part-owned by Barbara Corcoran and A-Rod emptied a tenant’s rent-controlled apartment (apart from his piano and pet tortoise) when he was hospitalized with COVID because ‘everyone assumed he’d died’

  • Japanese native Ryo Nagaoka, 60, has lived in the East Village apartment for more than 20 years 
  • He works in midtown, at a noodle restaurant, and lives alone with his pet tortoise, Kame-san, which in English translates to Mr. Tortoise
  • In January, he was rushed to the hospital after being found unconscious in his apartment by his super 
  • He spent two months in hospital and then an out-patient facility being treated for complications 
  • Nagaoka returned to his apartment on Wednesday and found the locks had been changed 
  • When he eventually got inside,  he found all of his possessions had been thrown out aside from his piano 
  • Someone had rescued his tortoise andeighbors said they assumed he had died because no one had seen or heard from him for so long 
  • Now, a GoFundMe page has raised more than $30,000 for him; Barbara Corcoran donated  $12,000 

By JENNIFER SMITH and RICHARD HARBUS FOR DAILYMAIL.COM

PUBLISHED: 16:19 EDT, 26 March 2021 | UPDATED: 18:12 EDT, 26 March 2021

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I foresee some huge lawsuits.

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Furious voters slam Peter Buttigieg after he said White House may tax drivers by per mile | Daily Mail Online

Furious voters have slammed the Biden administration for considering taxing motorists by the mile to fund their $3 trillion climate-friendly infrastructure plans, claiming it hurts rural Americans but not ‘millionaires’ and their Teslas.

Furious voters slam Peter Buttigieg after he said White House may tax drivers by per mile | Daily Mail Online

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Not surprising that the D”s want to tax everything in sight.

If they tax by the mile, then will they remove the gas tax?

Not very likely!

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Biden lies, and the media doesn’t question it: Goodwin

The final proof that the press has abdicated its role was clinched when the president refused to say when he would allow more media access to the border detention facilities. He said it would have to wait until his team got its new programs working. If Trump had said that, the sky would have fallen and democracy would be declared dead. But when Biden says it, the media rolls over. So add transparency to the list of things that don’t matter anymore.

Biden lies, and the media doesn’t question it: Goodwin

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The media is in bed with the Democratic Party. Remember that when you wonder where our freedom went! #secession #resistance

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Here We Go – FBI Knew Boulder, Colorado, Suspect Identity Prior to Shooting – The Last Refuge

A reminder…. 50 FBI agents were enlisted within the Trump-Russia investigation to push a narrative. 13 FBI agents were dispatched to Talladega speedway to investigate a garage pull-down rope and push a narrative.  Thousands of FBI hours have been spent investigating the January 6th Washington DC protest… and once again another terrorist carries out a mass shooting where the FBI knew the suspect in advance. The FBI knew in advance the Pulse Nightclub shooter (Omar Mateen) and were tipped off by the local sheriff.  The FBI knew in advance the San Bernardino Terrorists (Tashfeen Malik). The FBI knew in advance the Boston Marathon Bombers (the Tsarnaev brothers) tipped off by Russians.  The FBI knew in advance the Garland, Texas, shooters (Elton Simpson and Nadir Soofi).  The FBI knew in advance of the Parkland High School shooter (Nikolas Cruz). The FBI knew in advance of the Fort Hood shooter (Nidal Hasan); and now the FBI knew in advance of Ahmad al-Aliwi Alissa. Those are just off-the-top of my head…  Anyone notice a pattern?

Here We Go – FBI Knew Boulder, Colorado, Suspect Identity Prior to Shooting – The Last Refuge

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Unfortunately, this seems to be a repeating pattern of abuse by the FBI!

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Reinventing the Jet Airliner | Cato Institute

https://www.cato.org/blog/reinventing-jet-airliner

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Suppose I told you that I have reinvented the jet airliners that carried Americans more than 750 billion passenger miles–about 10 percent of all passenger travel–in 2019. My reinvented jet will go less than half as fast as existing jets. It will cost six times as much to operate, per passenger mile, as existing jets. Unlike existing jets, which can go anywhere there is air, the reinvented jet will only be able to go on a limited number of fixed routes.

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Applying sarcasm to their “pet rock” project is a great way to “derail” it?

If the politicians and bureaucrats want it so bad and think it’s such a great idea, let them invest their retirement money in it.

Not very likely.

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Previously-Deported Illegal Alien Rapes Two Young Girls: One Taxpayer-Relief Shot Later, Problem Solved – RedState

An illegal alien rape suspect was released from jail in Maryland in August 2019, just three days after being arrested, despite a request from ICE to keep the guy in custody, so immigration officers could be sent to pick him up.

Previously-Deported Illegal Alien Rapes Two Young Girls: One Taxpayer-Relief Shot Later, Problem Solved – RedState

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I just shake my head baffled by the absolute stupidity of politicians and bureaucrats in not “securing” these dangerous repeat offenders.

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Forensic experts question probe into Tiger Woods’ crash

Accident reconstruction experts said the links legend’s inability to remember driving at all was reason enough to bring in a drug recognition expert, or DRE. Tiger Woods’ vehicle on its side after the accident. AP Photo/Ringo H.W. Chiu, File “I would have thought that you would have him evaluated by a DRE to see whether or not there are some physical clues beyond the operation that would point to impairment,” said Charles Schack, a former New Hampshire state trooper who is now president of Crash Experts, which analyzes accidents.

Forensic experts question probe into Tiger Woods’ crash

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Another example of two sets of “justice standards”.

Thee and me!

One for the elite; one for the peons.

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Amazon’s monopoly is squeezing your public library, too – The Washington Post

Want to borrow that e-book from the library? Sorry, Amazon won’t let you. Its monopoly is stopping public libraries from lending e-books and audiobooks from Mindy Kaling, Dean Koontz, Dr. Ruth Westheimer, Trevor Noah, Andy Weir, Michael Pollan and a whole lot more Listen to article 10 min (Andrea Chronopoulos for The Washington Post) By Geoffrey A. Fowler Technology columnist March 10, 2021 at 7:00 a.m. EST

Amazon’s monopoly is squeezing your public library, too – The Washington Post\

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Sounds like this might draw some anti-trust action!

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Piers Morgan QUITS GMB over claims Meghan Markle lied as Ofcom launches probe | Daily Mail Online

Piers Morgan quits GMB: Cancel culture claims morning TV star in week he scored record ratings after social media campaign whips up 41,000 complaints to Ofcom because he said he didn’t believe a word Meghan said  Piers Morgan faced a social media campaign over comments he made about Harry and Meghan’s interview  He faced a huge online backlash after he said he ‘didn’t believe a word’ of the Duke and Duchess’ Oprah talk  Twitter users responded by sharing links to Ofcom and gave instructions on how to complain to TV regulator  Ofcom today announced it was launching an investigation following the raft of complaints from Twitter users  MailOnline editor at large, who has helped show to record ratings, had blazing row with Alex Beresford today They were discussing the Sussexes’ interview with Oprah, where the couple accused Royal Family of racism  It comes after the show had a world exclusive interview with Meghan’s father Thomas Markle earlier today  The GMB host returned to the set after the ad break, acknowledging the issue had ‘raised a lot of emotions’  ITV today released statement saying it was parting company with host but said it would not comment further By JAMES ROBINSON and HENRY MARTIN and JACK ELSOM FOR MAILONLINE PUBLISHED: 13:35 EST, 9 March 2021 | UPDATED: 21:16 EST, 9 March 2021

Piers Morgan QUITS GMB over claims Meghan Markle lied as Ofcom launches probe | Daily Mail Online

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I’ve never been his biggest fan. But, maybe begrudgingly in the past, I’ve found things to agree with him on.

I’ll defend his right to say what he believes. To say that he was heartless or wrong about suicidal feelings is merely a cover to punish him for his opinions. No one in their right mind mind would use a suicidal individual to get any necessary help.

I agree with him that if Meghan expressed those feeling to some on in the family or on staff and was told about “image”, then that’s the real problem. Not Morgan’s opinion of Meghan’s truthfulness.

I agree with Michael Malice’s observation that the Firm is more upset about the racism charge than having a pedophile in the Firm!

So, while England doesn’t have a First Amendment to protect Piers from the FIrm’s wrath, he should be welcomed to the USA to ply his craft here. I’m sure that he’ll find our politicians and bureaucrats as great targets for his pen. If he’s looking for liars, then we have more than enough for him to wrote about.

As far as the Sussexes, I care not that they have hurt feelings. I do care that they distract us from our important problems.

Congrats to Oprah for demonstrating why the British Royal Family is a too expensive luxury for the British Taxpayer and the World.

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NYT publishes column claiming Looney Tunes character Pepe Le Pew ‘normalized rape culture’ | Daily Mail Online

Will Pepe Le Pew be cancelled after Dr. Seuss? New York Times columnist claims Looney Tunes’ amorous French skunk ‘normalized rape culture’ and taught boys that ‘no didn’t really mean no’

NYT publishes column claiming Looney Tunes character Pepe Le Pew ‘normalized rape culture’ | Daily Mail Online

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I remember watching this when I was growing up. And, other than sympathy for poor Sylvester, if it taught me anything, I taught me how pathetic one looked when one couldn’t take “no” for an answer. I was going through my first crush, and I was the one who was pathetic trying to attract a neighbor’s daughter. After that blinding flash of revelation from a cartoon, I was over her and on to others. Laugh! Yeah, I was a real ladies man in my day or so I thought. Laugh!

So I disagree with the good doctor’s assertion and dismiss all this “revisionist history” about how terrible cartoons were for my generation. We have lost the ability to dismiss the trivial. Perhaps because, working on out non-trivial problems is hard.

Argh!

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My grandma was a Holocaust survivor — and a secret WWII spy

“He would acquire the information and [Bella] would code,” said Zentelis, adding that the siblings shared a childhood code they likely used, before Bella would then decode the intelligence for the British Legation in Budapest.

My grandma was a Holocaust survivor — and a secret WWII spy

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Now that’s a fascinating tale. I wonder how many more unsung heroes there are?

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Voting Machine Hashcode Testing: Unsurprisingly insecure, and surprisingly insecure

Another gem in Mr. Mechler’s report is in Section 7.1, in which he reveals that acceptance testing of voting systems is done by the vendor, not by the customer.  Acceptance testing is the process by which a customer checks a delivered product to make sure it satisfies requirements.  To have the vendor do acceptance testing pretty much defeats the purpose.  

Voting Machine Hashcode Testing: Unsurprisingly insecure, and surprisingly insecure

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What yahoo agreed to that?

This provision would have immediately disqualified the vendor imho!

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Seaside Heights Seeking Emergency Approval to Repair 50+ Year Old Bayfront Wall – Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat

The rocks date back to the construction of the original Thomas A. Mathis bridge and the subsequent construction of the “loop” that merges Route 37 with Route 35 and Seaside Park local roads in the 1950s.

Seaside Heights Seeking Emergency Approval to Repair 50+ Year Old Bayfront Wall – Lavallette-Seaside Shorebeat

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So they left the problem for future generations?

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‘Mallard Fillmore’ dropped by Gannett in ‘unprecedented’ move – Washington Times

Bruce Tinsley, creator of the 27-year-old cartoon, said he was told this week by his syndication company that Gannett newspapers across the country simultaneously dropped the comic over two strips critical of President Biden and transgender participation in women’s sports.

‘Mallard Fillmore’ dropped by Gannett in ‘unprecedented’ move – Washington Times

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I think this is just symptom of the Leftist meme, like a mental disease, that taking over the world!

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Florida Governor DeSantis: Covid bill really just a “blue state” bailout

(From The Federalist) “They (Congress) are actually rewarding the states that have the highest unemployment rates. So if you locked down, if you destroyed your own economy through your own policies, you are getting a windfall,” DeSantis said on Fox News as his state hosted the annual Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC).

Source: Florida Governor DeSantis: Covid bill really just a “blue state” bailout

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Seems like a correct assessment to me!

Argh!

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Nolte: Tina Fey Lied About Golden Globes Not Being Political

It tells us Hollywood is full of unprincipled, McCarthyite fascists who don’t care if “their guy” puts kids in cages, because it was never about “kids in cages,” it was only ever about power.

Nolte: Tina Fey Lied About Golden Globes Not Being Political

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Let’s not forget; it’s NEVER about the issue at hand. It IS about who’s “guy” is in power.

Remember back to the “anti war” left that only comes out when there is an R in the White House.

It’s like the “deficit hawks” that only come out when there is a D in the White House.

Well, I’, anti-war and anti-deficit REGARDLESS of which of the Republicrats to Democans are in power.

Argh!

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Man wins $500K Powerball prize with numbers from his fortune cookie

Ernesto Sorzano’s Chinese-takeout dinner paid off big-time when he played the set of lucky numbers in his fortune cookie on a North Carolina Powerball ticket, according to UPI.

Man wins $500K Powerball prize with numbers from his fortune cookie

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I’ll have to pay more attention to my fortune cookies from the Chinese restaurant!

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‘Everything Has Been Criminalized,’ Says Neil Gorsuch as He Pushes for Stronger Fourth Amendment Protections – Reason.com

In short, under Gorsuch’s view, the Fourth Amendment’s warrant requirement would only be waived in such cases if the police were pursuing someone suspected of committing a genuinely violent or dangerous crime, a category that necessarily excludes a great many suspected misdemeanants and felons. If adopted by the Supreme Court, that approach would limit police power in these sorts of cases.

‘Everything Has Been Criminalized,’ Says Neil Gorsuch as He Pushes for Stronger Fourth Amendment Protections – Reason.com

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The police need to be restrained!

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