Come What May: DOJ Show And Tell

There was a popular song somewhere in the 80’s, “walk like an Egyptian.” It was all the rage but more than a song, it was a metaphor for the times.

In that vein, doing something I detest, I will think like a liberal. I know, it hurts me to say it and can be dangerous because no one needs to give them any ideas. Hopefully, I can land this 747 somewhere on the ball field. When they go low… we keep digging deeper.

I thought about special counsel Durham and possibility of a special counsel to Hunter Biden — or current lack of one. How might Democrats react to any bad news?

Well, we already know how they act to anything that is good news, even partia;ly good. If they have to take one good nugget out of something, they will monopolize that element. I have watched liberals so long; I almost know how they think.

So let’s suppose some bad details come out about what Comey and the coup team did in 2016. Any harsh details will be contrasted to the Mueller report. They will try to remain on their platform that the Crossfire Hurricane was a justified investigation.

Why would I know that? Comey, McCabe, Brennan and company dug in their heels everywhere saying they had to investigate it. I expect Dems will continue that story, having Democrats like Schiff bang that drum.

But the alternative is what else can they say? In the face of damning evidence, “oops?”

They can’t admit it was an egregious abuse of power. They can’t admit fabricating evidence to propel an investigation, They can’t admit doing Hillary;s bidding. They can’t admit to collaborating with Hillary, led by a foreign agent and Russian spies. They can’t admit the lengths they went, or were prepared to go, to make the preferred narrative fit.

By the way, have you noticed how with every explosive or incriminating story about the Left, or Deep State, media has this compulsion to plug in the Left’s talking points to explain it… or justify it? Then everyone defers to the Left’s explanation or narrative. That becomes the only “coverage” of the story.

But why can we not talk about or discuss a story without inserting the Left’s talking points? Who said that is the rule? The coup is only one glaring example.

So suppose things come together, miraculously, which point to the Lefts’ involvement, culpability and intent in cooking up the whole thing? Forget their narrative for a moment.

That would be nice. It could happen. Suppose evidence is so much and so obvious that the weight on the dam breaks? Suppose they decide to just throw much of the information out there because A) it doesn’t matter that much anymore or B) they cannot contain the bulk of it that has slipped out already.(and they want to move away from it)

So they make a conscious decision to tell us but in such a way knowing we can’t do anything about it now. The only thing left is to admit it, in part, but still adhere to the line that they didn’t really do anything wrong that was breaking the law.

Yes, this could all happen, maybe with slight variations to it.

But I expect how they would handle that would be the same basic strategy the Left employed before. That is not complete denial. It is more like the yes but defense. Yes, we did certain things but the reasoning is our excuse.

The reasoning for it goes something like this. But remember this is after they get caught with their hand in the cookie jar.

They might say well yes, but what was done was apparently not bad enough and actually did not harm or alter the presidency. See, even if this is all so, Trump has gone on to fill out his term, and did not seem be that affected from it all. (it does get absurd)

Think of it as a similar defense to the election and fraud. So what?

In fact, Trump actually proved that a president can still function effectively even if all this was opposed to him. No one deprived him of his duties, which he was able to carry out. So any harm to the president is being over blown. Frankly, we don’t see where the institution of the presidency was permanently harmed.

And just the fact that he went through this, even if it were all so, shows that the beautiful system works. We find out if there were errors or offenses committed and we move on. But Trump was never endangered or prevented from doing his job.

So this test proved that the system works, The presidency survived in tact and is preserved. The system dealt with it and we persevered just fine. This is what should happen, the way it should work. We investigate and act accordingly. The lesson is the system worked. It was stronger than what anyone tried to do, or anything Trump did.

I’m sorry of that sounds just like a liberal talking because those are the kinds of things they say. It is the “any defense theory.” Throw anything out there to defend the indefensible.

I know I have made some assumptions here, I know there are some what-ifs and maybe a little optimism that schemes will be exposed. Can you see where any of this is possible?

How much could happen we will find out. Hopefully we will.

They said that about election fraud, The fraud was not enough to have changed the result. Therefore the result mitigates the fraud that happened. It is not enough to matter.
Likewise, what they did in the coup was not enough to affect things so it doesn’t matter. They take the position it had no major effect, even if it led to a phony impeachment.

And the impeachment too showed the system worked. We are stronger now for having gone through it. This is the reasoning we are dealing with on the Left. They wil try to use the situation to mitigate what they did. Sort of like a third-grader arguing out of breaking the window. The damage is not irreparable so it doesn’t matter.

The same thing applied to Hillary’s emails. No harm no foul because nothing was affected by it. All they see is victimless crimes – if they are even crimes at all. (which is the next step) No one would prosecute it – the Comey defense. (done…. there that was easy)

Of course they will not admit the Russian Hoax sets the precedent for unfettered spying on a campaign. That doesn’t matter to them. All that matters is who controls the levers of power. As long as they do, anything is therefore permissible. But if they don’t control it, then anything is justified in returning power to their hands.

Sure, you can walk like an Egyptian but it is harder to act like a liberal.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Stars Of Hypocrisy

It would be easy to just say that 2020 is the year of hypocrisy but that is too easy. It was worse than that because various sources of that hypocrisy make it so much worse.

DNC, political leaders, FBI, intelligence, former presidents and deep state hacks, the DOJ and our very justice system, press and media. Among them were courts, judges, mayors, journalists/reporters, governors, members of congress and media. A plethora of hypocrites completed a tragic, reoccurring picture all across America — from sea to shining sea, from one border to the other. Nothing nor anywhere was off limits.

Yet it might all be only a sign of the times and just the way it is. But these hypocrites did not care that they were being hypocritical. It was expected.

One man stood at the center. But supposedly only he could be blamed for everything. There was no accountability anywhere else. Blame Trump was the anthem echoed.

It started off with a phony impeachment and then progressed to the worst election in modern history. Then no accountability for any of it. Accountability was in retirement.

A pandemic, brewed up in 2019, came from China but no one was allowed to blame China. We should blame Europe, said Governor Cuomo. Misappropriation of blame only added to the hypocrisy. We found these fearless hypocrites could be accountable for nothing, while all claiming to be acting responsibly.

All the crises were merely political opportunities. A rational person would seek solutions to problems. But Democrats search for any benefits they can harvest from problems, or however they can take advantage of a crisis. “Who needs solutions when there are benefits to be had?” Get you some. Extortion, blackmail, treason and abuse of power became tools of the trade, a skill set learned from years in “public service.”

What sick minds operate in that way? The worst.

If these dire circumstances result in Democrats gaining more political power, and benefit their agenda, then it would all be worth it. Nancy Pelosi said as much in December when she declared to the press that this was not a mistake, “well, we have a new president.”

Pelosi’s doctrine: so we have given you a great crisis but look what we got out of it.

Nursing homes filled with dead victims while the governor was writing a memoir on his leadership skills. The phony impeachment led to discovering what Biden’s family had done around the globe, which no one had looked at and everyone roundly denied over a year.

Failed leadership was the talking point while lies from radical politicians surrounded us. Democrats blamed Trump and Republicans for what they themselves were guilty of doing.

So their consensus was ‘we needed a leadership change’ by ramming through the old, failed leadership of the past eight years, who caused most of the problems.

Violence and riots erupted everywhere in the name of some social justice. Anti-peace rallies were in vogue. But all that was ignored by press, media and Democrats for political gain; so it was sanctified instead. They blamed the problems they created on the president. So that is why they needed to oust him. Weird? Worth rigging an election over.

By year’s end, the Dems’ sanctimonious nom de plume of Resistance evolved into charges of “sedition” against the Right. Forget the four years of sedition, treason and coup that brought them here. These stars only aligned this year for one thing, to celebrate hypocrisy.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Fruits And Nuts Debut On CNN

Today I am going to delve into a very dark place with spirits of hatred and bitterness so pronounced that it could curl your toenails. .

But first, this place broadcasts openly calling itself the purveyor of facts and the go to source for news — at least in airport terminals and waiting rooms across America.

That place, otherwise known by the letters CNN, is not a place I recommend but if you go there, you may be stained for life. It could even give one nightmares. Take this particular episode of Anderson Cooper 360, guest hosted by John Berman.

The panelists included David Gergen, Douglas Brinkley. And Gergen with Caroline Cohen authored a piece for CNN on the Trump/Biden transition as a discussion primer.

Gergen Tweets::

It has become clear that Trump & Co are deliberately trying to sabotage the Biden presidency. Some 50 million Americans appear to believe Biden is illegitimate. We have never seen this before & it is quite dangerous.”

Sabotage, Really? Never? I’m shocked!

Excerpts:

“This is a big deal in our national life. As the Reuters reporters wrote, the widespread rejection of the election results among Republicans “reflects a new and dangerous dynamic in American politics.”

“Doing the math, that means on the day Biden takes the oath of office, over 50 million Americans will believe he is an illegitimate president. Collectively, they could be a powerful political force for years to come. Though opposing parties have questioned the legitimacy of elections in the past, never before have such beliefs been grounded in a calculated campaign of misinformation.”

”Never before has the opposition undermined the legitimacy of a new president before he has even taken office to anything like this degree or in this fashion.” [Factcheck that one!– BBC]

“It’s important to remember that this hasn’t happened by accident. It is increasingly clear that for months, Trump and his campaign surrogates have engaged in a systematic effort to kneecap Biden and his presidency. In the lead-up to the election, Trump repeatedly questioned the legitimacy of mail-in ballots and suggested he wouldn’t accept the results of the election if he lost. In short, this has been a deliberate campaign of sabotage, undertaken with scant regard for how much damage it may inflict upon our democracy.”

“[Trump] expects to gain political influence from the millions of people who believe in him more fervently than they do in our democratic traditions.”

On A/C 360, Brinkley agreed with Gergen claiming it is bizzaro. Then he questioned the sanity of Trump, predicting Biden may not succeed in unifying the country and that Trump probably doesn’t go to the swearing in.

The piece suggests opposition to Biden is a threat, worrying how it could be stopped. One conclusion seems to be betting on Trump investigations to continue harassing him.

So their wishful strategy has become clear if it wasn’t before election — try to marginalize Trump and no doubt his supporters. Their fear is Trump could inhibit Biden’s agenda.

Well, guess what, to Gergens and the Brinkleys, we are not going away. And the tens of millions of people, 73 by their count, are not going to cover our heads or go away.

Maybe you will grow some self-awareness to see the pendulum swings both ways. All you have done to Trump for his entire term, and now you would prefer some semblance of calm, unity, or kumbaya for Biden and will feel cheated if you don’t get it? Come on, man!

Well, welcome to reality and it’s a bitch.

You honestly expect that people would forget the way Trump was treated by the media and Left, who now want to prop up Biden? And forget the Swamp that tried to take him down. You’re kidding. CNN even hired the lawless, discredited former officials.

So Number 2 of the coup is getting no pass from us.

But it does sound like some people are getting a little worried about reality.

Right Ring | Bullright

The Obama Onion

So Obama is not done agitating and torturing America. He trots out yet another memoir, couched as a bio, to attack all his political enemies. Nice work if you can get it.

No, it doesn’t have to be true. He can just project all his demented thoughts and motives into other people, like any fiction writer would do. Make them into whatever he wants.

Paint them all as sinister characters in his rise to “the Promised Land” – which he doesn’t seem to have found yet. Nor could he because his distaste for America is something he will never swallow. Why let all that animosity go when it got him this far, and he’s still making money off of it?

He should have called the first of a 2 volume set “The Obama Onion” — raw onion.

Obama says in a new memoir: [excerts in The Atlantic]

‘My very presence in the White House triggered a deep-seated panic’

“Through Palin,” Obama writes, “it seemed as if the dark spirits that had long been lurking on the edges of the modern Republican party – xenophobia, anti intellectualism, paranoid conspiracy theories, an antipathy toward black and brown folks – were finding their way to centre stage.”

Instead of a book about his own experience, clearly his main objective is to define and attack his opponents, smearing those he felt like taking aim at. But trying to do that in a way cunning enough that his words add legitimacy to it, since he gets to define them.

Remember it was actually the entrance of Sarah Palin in 08 that caused panic through Obama’s campaign.  (or his résumé as I call it) And it was not darkness, antipathy or xenophobia that did that. He uses his bio to slime and define his enemies?

What hemorrhages out of his statements is not OURS but Obama’s own bitter resentment toward people, particularly those who don’t accept his brand of radical and racial politics.

But what exactly did all these people do to Barack Obama? Where did they stop or prevent him from anything in his life? He sure needs a crutch and a grudge.

Promised land? Later he explained his choice for that title saying “I’m not yet ready to abandon the possibility of America.” Generous. And the timing of it and the ‘book tour?’

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Nightmares Of Obama

In one brief moment yesterday, it all came rushing back to me about the many reasons we jettisoned Obama. But he ws back shouting his lectures again, to the voters.

Sure it took eight years to do it but looking back at that tells you all you need to know on how we got here. Thank goodness. It was a rough ride and now we are here.

Obama said a stupid, childish thing like “Tweeting at the TV is not going to fix things.” Referring to some caricature of Trump he envisions, I assume.

This from a man who talked and talked and talked and never did anything of value for people or the whole country.He stomped on their hopes, dreams and history.

  • Lecturing people was not going to fix things, Barry.
  • Politicizing the DOJ and FBI was not fixing things.
  • Tearing the country down was not fixing things.
  • Mocking and talking down to people was not fixing things.
  • Apologizing for a bad America was not fixing things.
  • Mocking and blaming Christians was not fixing things.
  • Runnning a clandestine surveillance on political opponents was not fixing things.
  • Using the IRS to attack political opponents was fixing nothing.
  • Constructing a coup on an incoming president was not fixing things.
  • Gutting our military was not fixing things,
  • Selling out America was not fixing things. (it was breaking thngs)
  • Writing unconstitutional dictates was not fixing things.
  • Refusing to cooperate with investigations was not fixing anything.
  • Instituting a war on energy was not fixing things.
  • Leading from behind was not going to fix things.

For a minute, all the shattered hopes and dreams were again visible. When all that mattered, once again, was that we hear soundbites from an angry man yelling at us. And yelling at America. He never liked America, it was abundantly clear. He despises us.

So he fixed nothing…..except our resolve. Thanks for nothing, Barack Hussein Obama.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Haunting Biden

As soon as Joe Biden announced his bid in the primary for president, it presented a two-fold problem. On one side it seemed like a gift, while on the other it could be a referendum on Obama/Biden for eight years.

So though it seemed a great opportunity to personalize Joe, the prosecution of the case against Obama was fraught with setbacks. Well, that is partly because there is just so much to convict in those years, but the track record for doing that has not been good at all. Not to mention the lack of will to follow through among Republicans about doing it.

It would be a hard slog and there is only so much time in an election campaign to make the entire case — and since the case has not been pursued anywhere else. Especially in a year like this one with a pandemic interrupting the campaigning process. It would be a daunting task and take some skill to weave through all the grievances, corruption and abuses.

Yet it could be done. And all you would have had to say is Biden was there for eight years. That is his record. It is pretty self-evident. Case closed. Grand jury anyone?

However, you know the cozy coalition of media and desperate Democrats would resist an O=B referendum just as they are in resistance to this presidency now.

We know the issues from 2009 to 20017. Then they left with a big bang still echoing throughout Deep State to this day. It revealed all we knew about the duo of destruction. They were allies in evil, who never had accountability for any of it. It didn’t seem fair.

Even though Joe may be very much alive, he is still a very haunting presence.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

RBG To Refried Beans

Ruth Bader Ginsburg died, just like she wrote in many stinging opinions, in dissent.

She sat on a seat during a president who was not of her political preference. She was in dissent with the executive branch and president. That was her opinion, okay.

But she had time and opportunity to leave under Obama’s regime, who could have replaced her with a suitable radical jurist. No she was in dissent on leaving then.

Now news comes out about a statement made to her granddaughter saying:”my fervent wish is to not be replaced until a new president is installed.” Once again, in dissent..

Dying wish trumps all?

Who is she to get that say? She had her say and voice when she did not retire despite her health. In dissent all the way. Now she appears to be crying out in dissent.

Yet in 2016, she wanted the nomination and confirmation process to go forward to replace Antonin Scalia, who was her ideological opponent as well as her good friend. Why can’t we use her own words then, as she is now, in dissent?

Didn’t she know of Scalia’s fervent desires about such things? Surely she knew he would not want to be replaced by Obama. She would have known that. But she said replace him under that president, even as he was termed-out and leaving office in months.

No, she was gung ho about ramming a nominee through to replace Scalia, despite the Senate being in Republican hands. Under the bus you go, good friend.(nothing personal)

That should have told us something there. Or is all that only refried beans now? She was in dissent then as she is in dissent now. Friends like that who needs enemies?

 

See also on the topic:

RBG told Senate in 2016 to do ‘their job,’ replace Scalia before election: report — NY Post

“There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the president stops being the president in his last year,” Ginsburg told the New York Times in 2016 when she urged the Senate to do “their job” and consider President Obama’s court nominee Merrick Garland.

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Let It Rip or Rip It Up

I’m not sure how other people measure their disgust on the sliding scale but I know how I qualify my own. It has only been tested in recent events.

This week I had a short phone conversation with an acquaintance I’ve known for years. Everything was fine until at the end the person said I just hope we can do what we need to do not to re-elect this guy and he has to be voted out of office. That’s it, nothing about who else was running. Just throw Trump out of the White House.

I restrained from politics with this person, as I always have. It’s pointless. However, I could not resist suggesting, “careful what you wish for.” What do you mean” came a predictable response. I said “that alternative could be much worse.” So the conversation ended on that note with the person wondering what it meant. I thought it was fairly clear.

But isn’t that the point? They never consider alternatives or anything else for that matter. They know what they want. I could say what I want, too, but what good does that do?

That is the way it is with many people. No reasoned approach on what gets them to their conclusion. You can’t really have a dialogue with that. So I decided maybe I would put it in writing rather than waste my time. It is clear the person did not want to hear opposition.

It reminds me of the cancel culture. All they know is they want someone out, or marginalized from society. Somehow that goal fits their agenda and satisfies them. What a horrible way to view things, just cancel anything you don’t like or agree with.

Where does that power come from? It is part of mob mentality, meaning their voice and desire outweighs you or your views. And in the end, they cannot tolerate your view, belief or whatever – or you personally. It must go.

Now with the presidential race, they want to go backward and return to some euphoric Obama-Biden days. But the rest of us made it through and survived those years.

No, it was not easy.That was no picnic.

But we didn’t have a coup against the sitting president; no special counsel investigation of him; no one raking over of all his personal records; no public boycotts of anything to do with him; we didn’t prevent him from doing the job. And there was no impeachment designed and plotted from day one to oust him from office.

No riots and burning buildings with tens of thousands of decoys marching in the street. No attacks on Obama supporters. No band of people within government secretly working to undermine Obama’s administration. No courts lodging edicts to stop him. No press and media attacking him and Biden nonstop to delegitimize his election or presidency.

No sedition in the form of “resistance” to overthrow him.. No debate about the use of the 25th amendment to have him removed. No one telling people to “get in their faces” of Obama supporters, create a crowd and tell them they are not welcome in public.

No constant calls for impeachment from house members. No ripping up his State of the Union Speech in Congress. No games about preventing him from giving his SOTUS. No power plays to remove powers of the Constitutional presidency. No FBI executing phony FISA warrants and spying on him as a candidate and then as president. No surveillance of Obama’s team, and to frame him as a traitor to America.

No official of the DOJ refusing to follow and enforce executive orders or laws. No agenda to prevent President Obama from seeking or hiring people. No secretly telling other countries not to cooperate or work with the sitting president. No conspiring against him. No undermining of Obama as commander-in-chief within the military or Pentagon – or in the ranks. No working to undermine US military objectives by officials or former diplomats.

That would be only a starting point of the differences and what we endured for eight years as opposed to what the Left does now. They had their chance, wasn’t it enough?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Democracy Sham On The Rocks

One of the favorite words Democrats use in their rhetoric is democracy. The angrier they get, the more they throw out that word.

Even though we are not a direct democracy but a representative democracy, a Republic, they insist on using the word to legitimize everything they do and their entire agenda.

But the word democracy is not what people should think of when they think of Democrats. Dems know the word resonates well and has a good image. Their own image is awful.

Now they claim democracy is under attack. Trump is trying to steal democracy. Democracy is at risk. Joe Biden said in his nomination speech, ”democracy is on the ballot.” What the hell does that mean? It means what you want to think it means — that it is in question. But with progressive Democrats it is in question.

They fight for mail-in voting or virtually any other extraordinary means to an election, from keeping polls open extra late, to counting votes days after an election, to disqualifying lawful ballots and including unlawful ones. Then running to courts to contest election results. It really is that simple.

They like anything one can think up to game the system. Ballot harvesting, guess who likes that? Mailing out millions of ballots to all registered voters in advance, who likes that? Allowing illegal aliens to cast votes in national elections, who likes that? Disqualifying military votes, who likes that? Registering all people to vote automatically, who likes that? Then using the euphemism of Democratic Party to invoke symmetry with democracy.

Sadly, some people still buy their antics of semantics.

So they would have you believe if you do not vote Democrat, then you are not voting for but against democracy. It’s a linguistics game.

Obama and now Biden were notorious for using the word democracy. So, with cancel culture being so popular now, wouldn’t it be wonderful if they could say Trump wants to cancel democracy or fair elections? Why not? It sounds so good.

But, like the Washington Examiner said in an article, in response to Obama’s convention speech rhetoric:

“This from the same guy whose administration launched a spying operation at the highest levels of the federal government into Mr.Obama’s political enemies in order to cancel a free and fair election.”

That is exactly what they did and were up to in 2016. Thereby canceling all our votes in the process. That’s very undemocratic, you might say. And people actually defend it.

Their side show of democracy is like everything else they do. But when mob rule wins the day in places across the country, don’t mistake that for democracy. When American people overwhelmingly support law and order verses riots, don’t let them tell you violence and rioting protests have anything to do with democracy.

I almost can’t wait to see their interpretation of this election and why people voted the way they did. What an abortion of democracy that will be.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Déjà vu Election Season

Since some of the lead up to this election is starting to remind me of the 2000 election, I thought it would be nice to take a retro look back at it to see what I find.

We all remember that election probably as if it were yesterday because of how traumatic it was. Trauma can do that often etching something in your mind so as not to be lost.

We know how it ended but that was not the issue. It was contested every which way possible; it went on for months – which at times felt like years. At least then it was a standard election until all hell broke loose on election day.

Remember the recounts and the vote-mining operations?

In the end it was a confirmation from the Supreme Court that granted Bush the presidency. That’s when it got even worse. Never satisfied with the results, Dems persisted.

Democrats never quite accepted it and that went on for some time. At least until the 911 attacks wiped it off the top of the list. It was a volatile time even before that.

Democrats did not seem to mind the litigation process. As long as it was in limbo, they didn’t care. Remember the every vote counts and count every vote chants.

Now that is where the 2020 election is starting to feel a lot like that one. I mean 3 months away and they are already posturing for something, problems, contesting results. The story is Biden has over 300 layers already working on it.

No doubt they are war-gaming any scenario so they have an active plan on how to proceed. You can’t plan enough.

One probable prediction is that it may never be considered settled if Trump is declared winner in the end. Try to plan for that? All those plans will make us a miserable and unsettled country. That doesn’t seem to bother the Left at all. As long as they are trying to get the outcome they want.

There is a pattern here.

They tried a coup, a counterintelligence investigation, a special counsel probe and investigations in Congress over three years to its results, then to an impeachment. All that did not produce the outcome they wanted.

First, they went after Michael Flynn from day one to try to breach Trump’s campaign and his presidency after elected. They even tried parlaying some of it into the Southern District of NY courts and the DC Courts to probe Trump any way they could.

They took down his campaign manager, Paul Manafort, surveilled people from the campaign like Carter Page and George Papadopoulos even before he was elected. Lied to FISA. They went after Donald Trump Jr. and Trump’s personal attorney, Michael Cohen, since election. They went after Roger Stone. All this got them a few indictments but not on colluding with Russians in the Campaign. Still, they continued undeterred.

Along came a phone call to Ukraine, so they turned it into an investigation after the Special Counsel failed to give them what they wanted. Then they translated that phone call into an impeachment trial – which, in reality, they had been working on since Trump came in.

Aka the kitchen sink impeachment. This took them up to reelection year. It failed in the Senate, but they could always keep that investigation open for future use. Keep on digging.

But then came the pandemic from China as the impeachment failed. So they politicized and used that pandemic to attack Trump. Forget the source as China; it was now the Trump pandemic. They got all the mileage they could out of that up to their DNC convention.

Ah, in comes a new factor, mail-in voting, perfect for politicizing and weaponizing against Trump. (I only hope that any future presidential prospects on the right are taking note of it all.) This is how they operate.

The projection election.

So now they have basically decided to question this election by saying Trump is trying to steal it. Trump is rigging the election. Democracy is being stolen. Only the undermining democracy is coming from the Democrats. It’s something they are skilled in and have been working at for about 20 years now. They didn’t have to unearth their plans with Obama because he won, but it was there for the use.

Actually, democracy has been under siege and attack since Trump won the 2016 election. Only this time they didn’t stop contesting it. They basically rolled in all these other processes and battles to it. But the point in it all is to undermine the democratic process and legitimate election in 2016.

The fight went on from 2016 right up until months before the next election, which is where we are. So it is an ongoing battle. And this should likely take us right into January.

I think it was January 6th when the results were all certified in the 2000 election. This time, they can even try to blow past that if they have to. They want to push everything right up to inauguration day. Then the fun starts.

But of course all that extra-curricular activity could be avoided by Trump losing on election day, or conceding at some point. Other than that you might say this election is never going to end until the end of Trump’s second term. It will always be in play. That is untl they get the result they want.

Democrats like to write fiction, they are just not very good on the endings.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Conventional Wisdom Under Assault

Now here is one central question to ask for the 2020 election:

Trump’s Super V-shaped recovery … or Biden the Supernova destined to take it out?

That seems to be simpler and a little more direct than the old “are you better off” question.

John Kasich popped up again in Democrat’s convention, who also has a new book “It’s Up To Us.” So here is my memo to retro-John.

“It’s up to us” to call people out, John. You weren’t standing at a fork in the road … you already took it long ago. And you’re still burning those bridges, every last one of them!

How about this for a NEWS FLASH:

Just in, Joe Biden’s entire reason for running was because of a big lie.

He said he decided to run because of the phony Charlottesville narrative about Trump and supremacists. Well, it’s a lie. See how long Democrats can keep a narrative alive?

That brings us to suburban woman and the suburbs agenda. Dems and media contend it is a debunked conspiracy theory. No it isn’t. They just claim it is not true. Democrats have been working on that agenda for years. Obama had it all in place to take control of the suburbs and turn them into a Washington bureaucracy. Then Trump upended it.

But Dems are so worried about suburban women, they claim Trump is trying to scare voters, when they are the architects of an assault on suburbia. Now they chastise women to vote for Democrats, to oppose Trump. But doing so would be to vote against the very place they love and live in.

Sure, suburban women can vote against suburbs if they want to. Why they would want to is more the question? That would be voting to destroy the autonomy of suburbs, turning them over to DC planning, zoning and bureaucracy. That is the consequence.

In other convention news: Democrats featured an “immigrant” family in their convention to attack Trump’s immigration policy. Except for one thing, the mother in the family highlighted was originally deported under Clinton, and re-arrested under Obama.

See the full story here in Just The News.

Take a look at this article and video to see how they deliberately distorted all the facts to concoct a victim story. The child in the video says her mom was told “she could stay by the Obama administration.” But it was a temporary stay. They distorted every part of the facts, then cut Trump’s word’s and twisted them like a pretzel to imply he said something else. All a lie. What’s new?

In Michele Obama’s speech, she referenced the “cages for children” attack, while it was her husband that built them. If you think these Democrats are not capable of lying about anything they can for political gain, then I have some news for you.

It all stands conventional wisdom on its head. Repeal Dems, it may be our only chance.

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Sick Man Walking

Now Obama will be known for something other than predator droning and a coup. He is the nastiest of former presidents, with unbridled vitriol.

So this makes me regret a whole bunch of things. Remember all those times that some conservatives preferred to bite their tongues, or refused to use certain language about Obama? Well, I would sure like a do over. It would have been more than appropriate considering the things Obama is saying now about Trump.

Face it, all of Obama’s speeches were laced in divisive rhetoric. But we know it was intentional because that’s his M/O and the way he is. Some people refused to admit back then that he was intentionally dividing, not unifying, America. It was no accident. But dividing is what he is all about. So many people in the Obama years refused to see what was plainly visible right in front of their faces. And he was rubbing their noses in it while they denied it. Now we know.

It’s just that once he achieved a divided America, he was going to blame us for the very divisions he caused anyway. That was the game. He was going to project all his faults on us. Now we see that was his plan. How Obama and his militants attacked anyone with the audacity to criticize him. Don’t dare besmirch Obama. Nice rules to the game!

Then he unleashes his trash mouth of vitriol on Trump, even after he ran a coup and tried to undermine democratic elections. ‘Oops, did I do that?’

I only wish people would have told that bastard what they thought of him at the time, and what he really was. Remember all those times people like McCain said no don’t call him a Muslim or criticize him. All the time Obama took shots at everyone else, all he did, but they didn’t respond in kind. Then any critics were attacked for daring to criticize him.

Remember how it worked? Can’t talk smack about the black man, no! There was a whole lot of denial in eight years about who and what he was. But apparently he is not through lecturing us yet, calling us names, or hating on America for that matter. What a sicko.

How many more years do we have to tolerate this charade and his partner in crime, Soros, wrecking the country with their radical agenda?

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Time To Make The DNC Donuts

Tonight Democrats’ are going for broke in DNC’s four-day long assault on the President of the US. The invective, vitriol and personal attacks are like nothing we’ve ever seen before.

If there were any phony hint of self-restraint remaining, Obama blew it out of the water on Wednesday night, with the most personal attack by a former president ever made on a sitting POTUS. It must have been a real feel-good moment for Obama in busting yet another presidential precedent, like all the others he obliterated.

One day your grandchildren may look back and ask, “you mean there was a time when former presidents did not go out and personally attack the sitting president?”

Now tradition is to attack the president using every conspiracy theory or personal assault possible. Have at it! That’s protocol, for the good of the country. Or just ‘throw a punch, for the children,’ as Speaker Pelosi puts it .

New norms have been set all across the country. It is now compulsory to take a knee at the National Anthem, too. Cancel words in the Pledge of Allegiance to suit yourself. Feel Free.

Fortunately for Obama, he had the luxury of serving under the old rules. More of that “change you can believe in” he promised. Spying on an incoming president and undermining an election would be perfectly acceptable now under his revisions.

So a counterintelligence investigation on a candidate, incoming president or even sitting president, why not? Knock yourselves out. If you don’t respect the country, why respect the office of the president?

I can’t wait to hear what Joe Biden comes up with for his presidential nominee debut.

But the problem with Biden is: some bad Chinese got him weak in the knees.

And that is just the way the DNC Donut rolls.

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Night Three of Undead Dem Con-vention

Night three, cast of infamous characters is getting bigger and bigger.

  • Obama
  • Hillary
  • Kerry
  • Michelle Obama
  • Sally Yates
  • Bubba the Cigar Star – Bill Clinton

So It’s 8-20-2020, all the nefarious snakes came out to kick the nest.
Oooh weee!! They awful MAD about something! They worried?

I can’t imagine anything better for Donald Trump than this cast of unindicted conspirators.

Obama said our “democracy is at stake” No, Barry, our country is at stake!

Meanwhile, the media is on a Shit Show tour. Conspiracy news leads the way:

  • Trump is slowing mail delivery
  • destroying the post office
  • stealing the election
  • stealing our democracy.
  • Democracy is under attack
  • Trump is a threat to democracy.
  • Conspiracy theories?

Who is stealing our democracy? Where? MSM Madness.

Someone dial 911. Grand Theft!

They are defining democracy down.

Three down.

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’68 Wants Its Candidate Back

There is a positive story to all this political speculation and posturing. Well, if you are not a diehard Democrat anyway.

But all you have to do is close your eyes for a minute and think it is 1968 again, with all the political turmoil, protests and unrest. It is also a strange election year.

Joe Biden is Hubert Humphrey, who was the beneficiary of being VP in an administration under which all the turmoil and problems blossomed. He tried to stand up a nice run for president while ignoring that he was present when the actions occurred. Does running against oneself sound familiar? It should.

He too wanted to ride a popular tide right into the Oval Office but it didn’t work out that way. He tried to remain oblivious to current realities.

Humphrey also had a long Senate career record plus experience as VP. But he didn’t campaign as he should have. He expected to just slip right in there, with all the pomp and circumstance his recognition provided. The office seemed to be there for the taking.

But listen to what Humphrey’s bio says:

“As vice president during 1968—arguably the United States’ most politically turbulent post-World War II year—Hubert Humphrey faced an excruciating test of statesmanship. During a time of war in Southeast Asia when the stakes for this nation were great, Humphrey confronted an agonizing choice: whether to remain loyal to his president or to the dictates of his conscience. His failure to reconcile these powerful claims cost him the presidency. Yet few men, placed in his position, could have walked so agonizing a tightrope over so polarized a nation.”

The Democrats projected an image of disorganization and chaos to the nation that year, as the party at one time or another split as many as four ways into factions supporting Humphrey, Johnson, Eugene McCarthy, and George Wallace.” [source]

At least Humphrey had been an effective Senator but his consternation as VP, and the later failures in his presidential campaign to nowhere, did him in.

Neither Humphrey or now Biden were being honest about present reality.

Biden is running on the fumes of propped up polls and media sycophants’ illusions. The people didn’t buy it for Humphrey and they shouldn’t buy it with Biden.

Joe’s already hidden and sealed his records in secrecy. Kamala Harris has had the luxury of the same. They simply believe they are the untouchables – in a world where everything is scrutinized, including Obama’s soured, unproductive tenure under a shadow of scandals.

But in Humphrey’s case, his earlier accomplishments did not match up to his dismal failures in the administration and his campaign. While this could easily turn into a piece on Humphrey, it is not. He only makes the example.

It is Joe Biden who, less gifted than Hubert, has the uphill task. And that is all that matters. If Humphrey had to struggle, how much more a struggle is it for Biden – who does not have Hubert’s gift of extreme gab but the gift of gaffe. He has so much to explain for.

Contrarily, Biden is the one with all this to answer for but who skips along on Obama’s drafting coattails. His vast foreign policy experience was wrong and misguided at every step. Then corruption under Obama is the worst in history. Yet there he stands as if he were the savior, rather than quack in the basement, as Dems run toward communism.

You all know Biden and his record by now, well what is not sealed in a vault at the university. It is not a stellar example of anything.

Now the lesson to take from this is this: if Humphrey with a real record on civil rights and reform, under the pressures of a Democrat revolt, loses; then Biden, with a dismal record on anything and backdrop of a Marxist meltdown, should spontaneously combust into thin air. (no matter who he is running with)

Welcome to AA: “Hi, I’m Hubert I mean Joe Biden, Jill Biden’s husband, and I’m a loser. Come on, man!”

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Nightmare On Pennsylvania Ave

Obama and Biden were responsible for the most egregious abuse of power in US history. Just start there. What a way to be memorialized in history for future generations.

I think we have been looking at this sort of backwards. We think of all the henchmen, or who carried what out, as the bad guys for what they did. But they were only the facilitators. Sure, they were all in on it though the henchmen are the ones who did it. But the orders as well as hatched plans had come from the top.

Obama and Biden did what they did and conducted a spying operation against Trump because they didn’t like who got elected president. But that doesn’t go back far enough because it started while Trump was running for president.

So to unfold this you go to where what Hillary did meshed with what Obama did. That intersection would be the crucial point. But Obama was heavily involved in Hillary’s campaign, as if it were his own re-election campaign.

Hillary is the one who set the law firm in place between her and Fusion GPS to create the dossier, which got back fed into the FBI and intelligence. But it appears that the FBI already had a surveillance operation against the Trump campaign. Both sides appeared to have been working against Trump, but the dossier certainly combined the two if they were not already aligned. I don’t think there was any doubt that Obama/Biden and Hillary were working together all along.

When people try to keep an open mind is when they get into all kinds of trouble. They try to decouple what the parties were doing when it was in concert. By accident? Hardly, the facts keep bringing it back to a unified effort. And if they were not operating cohesively at first, they certainly wanted to be. FBI sealed that.

Team Hillary was desperately waving a flag saying: ‘look here, investigate this.’ And then they went to lengths to create official links within the FBI to Hillary’s campaign. Maybe there is a question on exactly what date they were formally working together, but they functioned as one from the beginning. Both parties working toward the same goals. You could say parallel tracks.

Ah, the Obama – Biden administration wanted to use and offload the problem with Russia meddling right into Trump’s lap. He was a patsy to scapegoat the Russian problem on.

Remember that Russian meddling had been a problem since 2014, long before Trump. Any sitting president would have been aware of it, as Obama was. What to do? He stalled on any action. Then Trump became a convenient purpose to use the Russian problem for. Hence, create the narrative.

But then Hillary was onboard with the same mission. Was that by coincidence? Didn’t they share those same concerns and ideas? One would expect they must have.

Oh but then there was the flowering FBI investigation over Hillary that would wilt away, in July, at FBI’s behest. Not that they were really seriously investigating her/it anyway. The purpose of that case was to go through the motions to clear her of wrong doing. So she could use it to show she was given a clean bill of health.

Past was intertwined with the future. There was Obama’s legacy and Hillary’s future presidency that would cover all of the dirty, dark areas of his tenure. While she would go on to use government for her own personal political gain, in keeping with the pattern.

Trump was an inconvenient interruption in more ways than he could even imagine. And the people could surely not be given the truth about any of what went on. That would be seen as failure from all sides of the cabal. Hillary’s legacy would be to cover his and hers. Both wanted nothing but glowing adoration for generations to come, even while turning the system inside out. (but it would all be for a good purpose – theirs)

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Dems Want A Doormat, Not A President

Democrats don’t want to elect a president; they want to elect a doormat. There is a little bit of a misconception that Democrats want a strong executive for a president.

But no they don’t. They want a suit in the office and a doormat to the White House. They want someone who the mob can demand what they want to, and have him deliver on their every whim. He or she can then rule with an iron fist on behalf of the mob.

The other misconception is Democrats want someone empathetic. They don’t want someone to feel their pain; they want someone to heal their every pain. They don’t care whether the president feels for them as long as he/she performs on the mob’s command.

Besides, “feeling your pain” is a bit condescending, isn’t it? What is that worth?

Democrats don’t want democracy either. They want mob rule. That is as long as they control the mob and it operates in their favor.

Other than that, a president can issue a lofty, Obamaesque speech occasionally to make them feel good. But what he does for them is much more important. And they are a demanding bunch of intolerant brats, with a wish list longer than War And Peace.

Joe Biden delivered an address to Democrats adding a quip about his father saying:

“My dad used to say, “Joey, I don’t expect the government to solve my problems—but I sure expect them to understand it.””

Understand it? That’s about the last thing it seemed capable of under Obama-Biden.
Now let me loosely revise that into a simple theorem of my own.

I don’t expect government to solve my problems….. But I don’t want them to get in my way and keep me down there, or cause me more problems.

I do expect government is incapable of feeling my pains when I have them. But I just don’t want it to cause the pain. And I certainly don’t need it to extort my problems.

But when government does cause me problems and pain, I have a First Amendment right that says I can spell out that problem.

So Joey is trying to create a code to live and govern by. Well, he is a little late. We see the kind of code he and Obama operated by over the years. His family is enriched by his “public service.” Public office is a self-serving position, to him, not a selfless service.

Do you think his dad always told him that? Or did his father tell him that other people’s pains and losses are just a political opportunity for him and other elected pols to extort? That a crisis is an excellent opportunity to abuse political power.

Where did those values come from, Joey? And what oath of office mentions those?

Don’t you always love getting lectured about “values” from Democrats when they prove they really have none? They do their moral preening but then take advantage of every problem or crisis, even when creating it themselves, for pure political gain. Then rub your face in it. This skill is what they are really good at – turning your pain into their gain.

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Obama’s Very Pregnant Problem

When Barack Obama stuck his head back in the political fray, he may know or not that he has a whopper of a problem. Note, I did say singular.

Last weekend Obama ended his silence by speaking out about the Flynn case running out of steam. Well, it really appeared to to bug him, didn’t it?

The Hill

“The news over the last 24 hours I think has been somewhat downplayed — about the Justice Department dropping charges against Michael Flynn,” Obama said in an audio clip that was obtained and released by Yahoo News.

“And the fact that there is no precedent that anybody can find for someone who has been charged with perjury just getting off scot-free. That’s the kind of stuff where you begin to get worried that basic — not just institutional norms — but our basic understanding of rule of law is at risk,” the former president said. “And when you start moving in those directions, it can accelerate pretty quickly as we’ve seen in other places.”

Barry Soetoro, Barack Hussein, or whatever name he is using, is probably starting to feel squeezed like a dishrag. If he isn’t there yet, he soon will be. He is likely starting to consol with some advisor (David Axelrod or Eric Holder) about the political ramifications of his newfound situation.

The more you think about it, the more you will see he has a predicament on his hands. Sure this case was about Flynn, so he and media wants us to think, but it is much more about Barack Obama and his administration. A s the coup was Obama’s administration.

I am not being dramatic, I am disappointed that conservative press has not connected the dots for Obama’s situation, problem yet. The quandary for Barry is how he plays his cards, he dealt himself, which determine everything else forward. What do I mean?

Either he plays it that he was the absentee professor, in which case he claims he had a rogue agency meddling in the election and presidency after it; or he simply says he was fully aware of the treasonous seditious coup afoot under his scandolous administration. See the problem with both options.

He is in a very bad place. But hey, he’s had almost four years now to think about and plan this out along with his excuses for it.

There is one other possibility that he could try to defend it all as justified. But that is getting harder, seeing how flawed and illegitimate it all was. We don’t even have to get into why, as in the real motive. He has to choose how to respond to what we’ve found and what is yet coming down.

Personally, I would like to see him have to spend 7+ million or so trying to explain his actions and those of his administration, just for starters.

No wonder Barry is lashing out under mounting pressure. Not that he ever cared about defending himself, he never had to. He has two paths in front of him, each will determine his future path and strategy. Does he try to defend indefensible behavior?

Does he once again say he was not in the loop in it all? But we know he was there and in on it this time. So does he pass it off as rogue actions of an out of control intelligence apparatus acting on their own? Or does he admit he was in the loop but they were all justified in their scheme? Will he take the hit and responsibility for all that went on? Or will he try to blame all his subordinates for screwing him and his legacy (no-scandal record) up?

His underlying problem is that kind of operation can only be done under the president’s authority and knowledge. By definition it requires his approval. Comey blessed him.

Oh, he is in a heap of trouble. You know the saying that you can give someone enough rope. And he has been given lots of rope and opportunities to explain this over the years. But just like Benghazi, he never does try to explain it. Now he must choose how to respond. Both are inherently bad choices for him. No surrogates or advisors can bail him out either.

I sort of expect that Barr understands all that very well. And Durham is bound to come up with something damning about Obama’s administration. So even if that does not involve him personally, he will now have to have an explanation for it. That is something Barry Soetoro has never been forced to do before. He doesn’t like coerced decisions or explanations he cannot pass off to someone else. No one can do it for him this time.

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Obama VS. Trump 2020

The election in 2020 could end up being one between Obama and Trump, where none of the regular factors of political campaigns apply. You only have to revisit the 2012 election for a preview.

This thesis may seem anecdotally boring to those on the right, while it seems ridiculous to those on the left. It really depends on which side you are. Though both will probably be surprised in the end, if I am correct.

The 2012 election beween Romney and Obama was a bit of a misnomer. Obama was not in a comfortably favored spot by his record and what he had done so far without vetting. There were underlying issues to use against him.

The problem was that Romney did not prosecute the case against Obama. And in the final weeks of the election he all but abandoned the campaign, for whatever reasons. It doesn’t really matter for this case why.

Backing up to his initial race. Obama really ran as an outsider though that was entirely questionable. But in 2012, his campaign guru David Plouffe came up with the strategy – the only one he said could work – to run Obama as a non-incumbent candidate. So the strategy was to run an insurgent caampaign.

That is odd for a supposed likeable, successful president. Only he had a lot to run from. See Obama had a whole list of baggage that plagued him as the perenial insider, while they needed to make him an outsider. An impossible task, you might think. That strategy is like running against one’s self and one’s own record.

Then, helped by Romney’s many failures as a candidate, it was not a problem.

Donald Trump does not have the same problem Obanma had. He has an adequate record of change, he is the ultimate outsider, and yet he has the incumbent advantage he is is not afraid of. He also has the economic powerhouse verses the anti-capitalist radicals.

Actually, Trump has been personally running against Obama all along. First when he ran; and then ever since in every investigation and every witch-hunt contrived against him. Then shedding the policies of Obama to deconstruct the administrative state. It seems to be a very personal rivalry from Obama’s perspective that he never let go of. Trump is tasked with combating the administrative Deep State Obama built. He made strides

Trump also governs as an outsider. The proof is all over the media. And people appreciate his perseverance on issues that they have been fighting against for years.

He’s changed things from the same old failed politics of usual into including the voice of the people. Something Obama could never do. Political correctness has taken a back seat to right and wrong. It all reinforces the image of an outsider in Washington shaking up the status quo. As if that were even possible before.

Now Joe Biden is running with a peculiar predicament. He wants to run as an insurgent while being the consummate insider. That would be impossible. He needs to be the insurgent riding to the rescue with a credible reputation. He needs to have the high road even after years of taking the low road. He is the the ultimate creature of the swamp.

It could only be a schizophrenic campaign. One day Joe is railing as an outsider; the next he is lecturing with all his inside experience of a 44 year card-carrying veteran of Washington politics, as a made man. He’ll say he was right there with Obama making the decisions. Then he’ll come back and say we need accountable government — except Obama and Biden were not responsible or held accountable for anything. He’ll claim we need reforms; but no, Trump has been the ultimate reformer changing the way the system works. Biden will say we need to go forward, while trying to drag us back to the cesspool of Obama years. (before that was GW Bush)

Now, coming into view, we have the ideal election between status quo big-government politics and Trump’s small government, people-power approach. And no one represents big-government orthodoxy more than the Obama presidency. Biden is also a high priest of big-government. Now that the Dems have jettisoned working people, all that is left is the institutional ruling class that they represent with every move they make. Biden is the poster boy, even though many leftists don’t think he is radical or progressive enough.

Pay to play, corruption, secrecy in DC, career politics and elite ruling class are badges of honor in Biden’s campaign. He is the swamp personified that won’t let go..

However, what we are really running against is Obama. He is behind the scenes of it all in the shadowy swamp of DC and the DNC. Joe is only a front man for all Obama represented. Obama’s record is Joe’s. Even Hillary was never the placeholder that Biden is.

So it is a defacto referendum on Obama, like the real campaign challenge he never had in 2012. Let’s be honest, the real power beind Biden’s campaign is Obama and the Obamafiles sitting in the wings. Sure there are some Hillary people, but the force is with the Obama folks who have all signed on to the Bernie progressive formula for a poorer, anti-carbon, pro-corruption Amerika. Where identity is everything, individuals are nothing.

But that is Obama to a tee. And all Obama’s baggage is just layered on top of the wagon train. We don’t have to guess what Joe Obama would do. We have the proof.

After all, who was Obama running against in 2008? No, it was not McCain. It was George W Bush. But McCain was not even a placeholder for Bush. Obama literally ran against a former 2-term president the entire time.

Trump has the advantage that this is Obama’s record. To Obama, it seems everything he hoped for without being held accountable for the scandals and corruption. But he is wrong. Biden is all the negative and none of the positive. And I’m pretty sure there never was any positive to Obama. This is Obama 3.0. First was the outsider candidate, then was the insurgent incumbent, then came the invisible candidate hiding behind the campaign.

And all we and Trump have to do is prosecute the case because everything is on the table. It’s all fair game. There cannot be any “this has nothing to do with Obama.” It all has everything to do with Obama. It is Obama. We’re really running against Obama the candidate and his administration, with his entire record.

In fact, the biggest mistake would be not running against Obama and his record. It’s the opportunity of a lifetime. Exactly what Dems don’t want. And it is very personal.

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