Swamp Busting: a new national sport

I feel like I am in a modern sequel to Cool Hand Luke. “What we’ve got here is failure to communicate.” In fact, communication as we know it is not working. Like the Tower of Babel, language is being deliberately confused except not for any good reason.

Genesis 11:5 “But the Lord came down to see the city and the tower the people were building. 6 The Lord said, “If as one people speaking the same language they have begun to do this, then nothing they plan to do will be impossible for them. 7 Come, let us go down and confuse their language so they will not understand each other.”

But here liberals are deliberately confusing the language to obfuscate the truth about what they are doing. And it is not a noble endeavor. The deception is part and parcel of their agenda to deter the law, justice and is pretty much their entire agenda.

Actually, the voting booth process doesn’t seem to be working either. When a person wins, his opponents feel entitled to take over claiming victory and pushing the ‘winner’ out of the job. We must get used to the new rules. Sort of a right of loser ascension — if you can. So the real winner is the loser, get it? The two problems go together, rules and language.

How is that our process?

Now when a person loses a presidential election, the consolation prize is that all pending investigations or charges are dropped. How is that right? How is that equal justice for all? Why should someone get off the hook for losing an election? Bernie and his wife are trying to apply the same rule — call it an entitlement right.

So let’s write that right into Article II; section 1 — Loser’s Rights.

Needless to say, the same entitlement right to immunity shall also apply to the DNC, or party apparatus that lost. Got that? Sure, it is perfectly logical then that the scandal which swept up not one but two DNC chairs, and their candidate, should be exempt from any investigation. It’s just not fair that they even have to answer questions about it.

Even those IT guys who were working for it shall get an exemption — at least so far. Are we going to have to repeal this law they seem to be asserting to get to the bottom of it, and hold those accountable who engaged in this activity? Maybe so, if I can just find it first. It’s called the “but Hillary lost law” or the “but Hillary is not the president exemption.”

Language has no interpretation; or language can be interpreted any way you want.

To the best of my knowledge, I thought we were going to drain the swamp not expand it. But the people now positioned — or embedded — in the White House seem hell bent on keeping the Swamp thriving and fertilizing their Deep State roots. Drain = “pump it up.”

And those Obama or Clinton holdovers, who I thought are a major problem, and a source of leaks, are now being enshrined into the new administration. Particularly into the National Security Council, thanks to a Trump appointee. Say what? Call me baffled. I know it is not on Trump’s order but the vague open language of the winner is now liberally reinterpreted to the “protection of swamp creatures” — must be evolving language.

Worse, it seems said appointee has now taken over and has veto power over Trump people. Yeah, that language again must be causing the problem. Still, when Trump supporters point out our grievance, it is interpreted as an “attack on McMaster.”

Trump seems to be surrounded now by the enemy insurgency. Wait, I thought we were the insurgency? This is the Swamp insurgency. The Deep State has spread its tentacles as far as it can, right through the current White House as if it owned the Oval Office — which it doesn’t. The Swamp is not ceding ground but gaining it.

To further erode the fairness in draining the swamp, one of the chief offenders of the Obama administration in unmasking individuals (identifying them), Susan Rice, is now assured a permanent security clearance to classified information. Likely her future career has become dependent on it. Language must be the culprit. Are we seeing a pattern?

Words also get in my way, lately.

One sentence keeps on popping into my head at least a couple times a day. That is “I have never in my life seen anything like this!” But of course I haven’t, because it has never happened before. Period! One cannot go back in history because it is not there.

You would think with the new emphasis on the problems of Sanctuary Cities we need a change. But low and behold the Sanctuary cities — one and more to follow — are now suing the federal government to preserve their lawless activities that we must fund. Yet the people support a new change. But lawlessness is enshrined as the law of the land.

Sound like progress? It would if you were progressive. In fact, the steady leaking of information would sound like a wonderful “whistle blower” thing; rather than undermining a new sitting president, his agenda, and obfuscating the voting process of the people.

Welcome to the new language era where: winning means losing, losing means winning, wrong means right, loyalty means disloyalty, disloyalty gets accolades, doing what you promised is treason, and treason means respecting the will of the voters. Criminals have protected status and Drain the Swamp means create more Swamp Gas.

Stay in your own lane and respect the signs or boundaries, however you interpret them.

‘Swamp Busting’ may yet catch on. But so far it is still a quirky, little understood fad.

Right Ring | Bullright — what better anonymous source on The Swamp?

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6 comments on “Swamp Busting: a new national sport

  1. Bullright says:

    From the above linked Politico article:

    “The officials also said that McMaster fumes that he believes Bannon is responsible for leaking negative information about him to the news media — including via Breitbart.com, the far-right news site Bannon ran before joining the Trump campaign in 2016.”

    I think instead of worrying about Bannon… and conspiracy theories of his accused enemies, he should concentrate on his NSC staff and who the leaks are coming from.

    If he can’t lock down his own staff, what is he doing clawing down Bannon’s back?

    Ref http://www.politico.com/story/2017/08/03/mcmaster-winning-west-wing-fight-trump-241309
    ——————————————————–

    Business Insider

    “America needs Rich Higgins in office, not HR McMaster,” tweeted Frank Gaffney, the president of the Center for Security Policy, a far-right think tank. He added that if McMaster weren’t “fired for sabotaging” Trump’s agenda, “it will be the McMaster administration.”

    http://www.businessinsider.com/hr-mcmaster-steve-bannon-russia-trolls-2017-8

    I fear we may already be most of the way there. Hop, skip and jump.

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  2. Peppermint says:

    Excellent post Bull! You put it all so eloquently. It is definitely a lack of communication but it’s all the progressive (commie) words that swamps us now. Is there anyway back I wonder.

    Liked by 1 person

  3. drrik says:

    Ignored lawlessness is now called precedent.
    Like an easement.

    Liked by 1 person

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