Impossible Impeachment Pie

Much as I hate to give away award-winning recipes, I jotted it down from memory.
Have at it. (*Does require some special tools and equipment)

1 part presidential Ukraine phone call (or suitable substitute)
1 keg of loser’s spite
2 parts resistance.
Equal measures of Deep State CYA and cover up

1 non-existent or invisible whistle blower (flexible)
1 heavily strained gnat
1 bag of DNC lies
1 wooden stake

1 part phony intentions
Liberal amounts of political influence
1 dramatic screenwriter
Generous fundraising
1 part foreign interference
1 president, preferably skinned — if possible but not necessary.
2 parts Deep State testimony

Mix all ingredients (except stake) well and fold in anything else handy that might go with ingredients. Wear mask if needed — fumes are toxic.

Purée and dump into suitable greased pan over wooden stake, in front of rabid spectators.

Preheat blast furnace to 950. Cram aforementioned product into it – without burning your ass. Do this as fast as you can before fire dep. arrives.

Bake until either it explodes or stinks up the entire house – or as long as possible.

Abruptly remove. Season liberally with MSM for taste. Serve it up to 65 million people who don’t trust you. Convince them it’s real and important. (this could take some time.)

Hold your noses!

House favorite. Umm-umm, bad to the bones.

(Caution: some chaser may be necessary. They don’t call it impossible for nothing!
)

Book On Recipes With Emotion , © 2019

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Bloomberg Bust

As Michael Bloomberg divests, purges all his assets and swears to a vow of poverty, he enters the Democrat primaries. Headline alert. Bye bye, Bloomberg News.

Not really, but isn’t that what new Democrat rules demand? This may get very interesting very fast. Goodie! I’m sure AOC and Bernie could help him redistribute his wealth.

And who will be the lucky recipients of all his extra cash? Just asking for a friend.

What an exciting time in politics! When will the festive de-wealthing begin? I think the giveaways should be live on TV. (that’s just me)

Let’s see how this banner of the Big Gulp cleanses his vast fortune.

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RBG Explained

In the absence of any detailed information about the health of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, I’ve taken it upon myself, as explainer of all things, to provide what I’m sure is a perfectly plausible explanation. No problemo.

Here’s the report from SCOTUS

There, we have the symptoms: fever and chills sparked hospital visit. IV treatment.

1)First of all, it is now late fall and she has finally realized this. Even in DC near winter, people get chills. It’s quite natural. Chills will remain among us throughout the season.

2)Then there is the fever thing. Well, this was impeachment week, after all. Most Democrats in the country have Impeachment Fever right now. That’s no secret.

So I think we can definitely see the rational cause and effect here.

On the other hand, while we are at it, the “fear” conspiracy theories of the left, based on what SCOTUS would be like if she left, are completely unsubstantiated. I’m still looking for the source of those.

I’m glad to be of assistance.
Yours Truly

BTW: I haven’t determined a rational explanation for Epstein’s death yet.

Theatrical Enigma: impeachment goes public

This impeachment is an exercise in performance art. It is theater of the absurd: with all the drama, casting, innuendo, stage signals, deception and illusions of reality.

Actually, I only wish it was a satire and then it would be a spectacular performance. You have the king’s white-robed judge ruling all ceremonies, functioning to dictate over and silence any mitigating evidence or questions.

There is no patience for truth and context but only the dramatic effects. The whistleblower who started it all shall not be discussed, contrary to the opening scene of outrage. He shall never be named.

We shall not speak of the origination of the script where it all began. The plot is a mystery, but do play along as lead characters develop endless possibilities out of thin air, on a moment’s notice. Pay no attention to leading questions meant to deceive the audience.

But the real irony, which becomes clear midway, is that by Act II you the audience are the real victims with no way out. Meanwhile, all along, other narratives are being developed behind the curtain out of sight of the defenseless audience — who only want it to end.

The “I” word that never could be mentioned under the last administration is at the center in every conversation about this one. However, the audience itself is the culprit, victim, villain and the number one target in the plot who must be dealt with.

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Coup In Process

Attention:

We temporarily interrupt your regular anti-Trump
programming to bring you this coup in process.

We cannot tell you, the objective target, when that
regular programming will be returning at this time.

Thank you for your patience.
Management

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Ghosts, Ghouls And Government

Ghosts, Ghouls And Everything Scary

Is it Halloween yet, when all the ghosts and goblins come out to scare us and tickle our fears? No. It is starting to look and feel like it though.

Trying to keep up with news, I learned something this week that did surprise me. I am a little embarrassed not to know we had four branches in our government. They are the Legislative, Executive, Judicial and the Whistle Blower Branch. Times change.

I do not yet know exactly what this Whistle Blower Branch does but I can see it has enormous powers – granted to it, or however it gets them. It seems like it could even trump all the other branches. I assume it was created by the Legislative branch though it has taken on a sovereignty of its own.

This is a murky area, what with definitions and powers constantly changing, so I want to understand as much as I can about it. That is not easy easy when they seem to rewrite rules and law on the fly the way Congress does. Or they just make it up to suite them.

I do know one thing, expect to hear more from this branch of government in the next year, say, before the election. It seems to have a lot to say about things.

On CNN, I heard David Gergen, who is the elf-anointed expert on Nixon, say what he thought should be done with whistle blowers. He thinks they should be put in the witness protection program and when testifying, they should do so only from behind a curtain in secret closed-door session.

We must take the utmost care and responsibility to protect them. (naturally reminding me of the old mob bosses) So they need protections from the government they are supposedly blowing the whistle on? And we know how scary that government really is and the mob tactics they use. Are there a few insinuations here that seem slightly disturbing?

Well, mainstream media has been comparing the Trump administration to the Mafia a lot recently. They might be a little late to that party. I was drawing direct parallels between the mob and Obama’s administration for eight years to deaf ears. All that was considered conspiracy stuff.

But now they have an actual mob boss in the White House, according to media, and everyone seems so hyper-concerned about it. Yes, it sends chills down my spine just thinking of Trump controlling the White House. Shutter the thought. I knew it would come to this haunting place as soon as Donald Corleone was elected president. It was a given.

Now we need this Whistle Blower branch, which I was completely unaware of, more than we ever needed it, so we can find out what the mobsters are doing and rat them out. Get the goods on them.

About those protections.

So David Gergen floats the protection idea with the super-secret model. That would certainly add even more to the drama in Congress right now. You know, the Whistle Blower as the ultimate hero, able to swoop in and out to catch the dirty guys red handed to protect the public from the unscrupulous…. big bad federal government. And, again, in secrecy, to swoop back out to private life. All the while protected by G-men.

Whew hoo, the left never saw that much danger from the federal government before. But then we never had someone like Donald Corleone to fear in the White House before. (Clintons and Obama didn’t trip their trigger but Trump is the prototype of a mobster)

They found a statute from 1778 that was the first whistle blower statute. which says anyone who knows about any government malfeasance must come forward to report it. Well that would be interesting to see today.

With all the protections possible that Gergen talks about, it presents a new scenario to consider. Congress has taken this whistle blower over a presidential phone call with Ukraine to a new level. They started an impeachment process right away, defining it as a smoking gun. We are at the intersection and the Impeachment light is green.

Theatrics and Drama

Two things you can always count on from Congress are theatrics and drama, especially when the subject matter involves any other branch of government but their own. Just once, I would like to see them on truth serum, or like at an AA meeting, where they have to admit what they have done to get a fix for their power addiction, in open session to the public. Oh, that would be ripe for drama.

So with all this emphasis on the Whistle Blower – and his/her protections – it is now conceivable how a whistle blower can potentially take down a sitting president or even the government. And do it from behind the viel of a curtain, under witness protection, in a secret session. And on second-hand information too. Under oath adds legitimacy.

A whistle blower has a lot of power then. Is it responsible to give them all that power? You know, individuals, like members of congress, can operate with their own motives and agenda. But what are the people supposed to think of such an arrangement?

For years I have wondered where any whistle blowers were under Obama. We didn’t have them. Where were they under Hillary in the State Department? What about in the Justice Department Obama politicized?

Out of that severe vacuum now comes a whistle blower, apparently a CIA employee, to come out and finally must blow the whistle over a phone call Trump had to Ukraine. Seems to me there is a whole lot more going on with this Whistle Blower than a phone call. And a lot more he/she is worried about.

Have we come this far that we can have a whistle blower step in to prevent an investigation? Is that what whistle blowers are supposed to do? So by blowing the whistle they can participate in the massive Deep State cover up that has been going on for years.

Of course that means that we do have this fourth branch of government. The whistle blowers can then collaborate as well with media and congress. Can they shape our policies, government or its actions, even from outside of it, while hiding under anonymity as a Whistle Blower?

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Rules of Engagement for Politics

Suppose an alien from Mars landed and asked you to describe the rules in our presidential American election process. What would you tell him/her/it? How could you explain it?

First, there is the constitutional process. There are a bunch of regulations and election laws. There are regulations regarding the basic process of “running for president.”

Then there are the default rules of the road, which can change. The latest iteration contains the double standard rules, like ‘what applies to thee does not apply to me’ and so on.

Those rules are distinguished by who you are and what Party you are in. Not everyone lives under the same rules. Some people can ignore the rules while others are harassed by every rule, even as they are made up to suite present circumstances.

A republican candidate or successful president has the strictest rules. You cannot look into an opponent’s record or past experience in government. That is a no-no. Candidates cannot call for investigating an opponent, ex-opponent, or the person who held the job before. Even if there is the off chance a person may be running against you, it is forbidden.

Democrats have a saying: “in this country, we do not investigate our political opponents.” Actually, the accurate translation is we don’t investigate Democrat opponents.

The Democrat candidates are exempt from being scrutinized for their past experiences or record in office. Democrats shall not be investigated. They are exempt from accountability, particularly for their time in office. The past is considered irrelevant to a present race.

Democrats time in office is public service and Republicans’ time is mobster activity.

However, any Democrats running can demand the investigations of Republicans. But it is frowned on to call for investigating other Democrats. In fact, it is taboo for a Democrat to criticize fellow Democrats. But inter-party criticism is encouraged for Republicans.

Republicans shall have no privileges of any kind. But Democrats shall enjoy limitless special privileges Those will be made up as fast as needed. Republicans must adhere to very strict guidelines on everything, including what you can say. If you are a Democrat, you can say or do almost anything and not be held accountable. If you are a Republican you must be held accountable for every possible thing, even for what someone else did.

If you are a Democrat, you are accountable for nothing, zero, But you can claim to be accountable and responsible for everything — if you choose. It really means nothing.

Now along with these rules and particulars, there is a reality of precedent to consider. A Republican is always under the burden of inquisition, for anything at any time. For instance what you did in high school and, for that matter, anything you or your family ever did. (remember those arguments, family disputes or sealed court papers…) Another rule is all records are relevant for Republicans, records can be expunged or sealed for Democrats.

So in real practice, Democrats can open an investigation on a Republican candidate before primaries and keep it going through his term in office. It is called an “insurance policy.” That investigation can use the entire apparatus of federal government and intelligence agencies. It can enlist help from foreign governments, agents of foreign governments, be run through the DNC and coordinate with the Democrat’s campaign. It can use the Department of Justice to conceal and orchestrate the entire inquisition. Such investigation can then be rolled into a Special Counsel investigation to further investigate. A Special Counsel can be enacted by a call from a bureaucrat or official in the government. Congress itself can also take up similar investigations on a Republican.

Naturally, the scenario above would be against all rules and ethics to apply it to Democrat candidates. (that rule was enacted after the pretend Hillary probe of nothingness) Republicans trying to resist these rules or complaining about them is severely frowned on. Basically, a Democrat is exempt from those extraneous rules. Democrats are entitled to any protections or privileges from such investigation(s).

As I explained to my Martian friend, it is nice to know what the rules are anyway.

(This column may be revised later – as rules evolve further.)

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Biden’s Night Out

Looks like Biden was going out for the prom. So he got himself all spiffed up, after a nude swim in front of secret service, shined up the Benz, then combed his plugs for a take off.

But he forgot to check the air in the tires, which all seem to have slow leaks. He’s about to have a very bad night even before getting to the florist.

It’s not looking good for ol’ Joe, and the clock is ticking. Plus Cinderella has strict orders.

He’s going to have to fake it to make it now. The sendoff wasn’t so golden after all.

PJ Media — By Tyler O’Neil | March 2018

In 2013 and 2014, China embarked on an aggressive air and island campaign to dominate the South China Sea, much to the dismay of Japan and other countries in the region. When Vice President Joe Biden visited the country in 2013, he emphasized trade between the U.S. and China and did not focus on the South China Sea. Secretary of State John Kerry did the same in 2014.

Meanwhile, Biden’s son Hunter and Kerry’s stepson Chris Heinz carried out massive business deals with Chinese officials and the state-owned Bank of China. Worse, Hunter Biden and Chris Heinz even invested in a Chinese nuclear company under FBI investigation.

“During a critical eighteen-month period of diplomatic negotiations between Washington and Beijing, the Biden and Kerry families and friends pocketed major cash from companies connected to the Chinese government,” Peter Schweizer writes in his new book “Secret Empires: How the American Political Class Hides Corruption and Enriches Family and Friends.”

Schweizer’s book delves into the ways in which “American Princelings” profit at home and abroad from the economic and diplomatic policies of high-ranking U.S. officials. With former Vice President Biden rumored to be considering a 2020 presidential run, the scandals surrounding how his diplomatic efforts enriched his son take on renewed importance. His role in abetting China’s aggression for family gain seems particularly damning.

When Biden became the vice president in 2009, his son Hunter Biden “became a social fixture in Washington,” Schweizer explains. In the summer of 2009, the VP’s son joined forces with Chris Heinz, a wealthy heir to the late Senator John Heinz, whose wife Teresa married Senator John Kerry (D-Mass.). The two formed Rosemont Capital, an alternative investment firm “positioned to strike profitable deals overseas with foreign governments and officials with whom the U.S. government was negotiating.”

Devon Archer, Chris Heinz’s roommate at Yale and star fundraiser for John Kerry’s 2004 presidential run, joined the American Princelings at Rosemont. Federal agents would later arrest Archer in May 2016 for defrauding a Native American tribe in an effort to enrich a branch of Rosemont Capital, Rosemont Seneca Bohai.

The American Princelings set up Rosemont Capital as an alternative investment fund of the Heinz Family Office, and attached several branches to it, including Rosemont Seneca Partners and Rosemont Realty.

When Vice President Biden went to China in December 2013 amid the South China Sea aggression, his son Hunter went with him. Hunter Biden was negotiating a major deal between Rosemont Seneca and the state-owned Bank of China. As the vice president discussed China’s trade with the United States, his son was putting these economic ties into practice, and the U.S. effectively caved in the conflict over the South China Sea.

Ten days after the Bidens visited China, the Bank of China — which is embedded in a complex network involving state ministries, security forces, and the Communist Party, and which provides capital for China’s economic statecraft — created an investment fund with Rosemont Seneca called Bohai Harvest RST (BHR). “In short, the Chinese government was literally funding a business that it co-owned along with the sons of two of America’s most powerful decision makers,” Schweizer explains.

Rosemont Seneca received a benefit no other Western firm had in China — “a private equity cross-border investment fund formed in the Chinese government’s Shanghai Free-Trade Zone.” With this privilege, Rosemont Seneca could take Chinese government funds and invest them in China or outside the country, even in the U.S. …../

MORE: https://pjmedia.com/trending/as-biden-and-kerry-went-soft-on-china-sons-made-nuclear-military-business-deals-with-chinese-govt/

So John Kerry appears to have some questions to answer, too. Funny how the privileged princelings sucked up the cash like vacuums.

Seems like Biden is about to endure some severe vetting. Poor guy never was exposed to it in all those years before; it wasn’t in the program. You know that only happens to the other guys. While he is supposed to be the big player on the team who always gets the girl in the end and everything else.

Joe, Joe, they got a saying where I come from: “you dance all night, someone has to pay the fiddler.” But it’s going to take more than a lot of cash this time, Joe. You might be feeling a headache coming on about now, Joe. And Cinderella doesn’t look like she’s going to make her curfew. What a drag.

In retrospect, it sure looks funny seeing Biden pleading for all that campaign cash now while the princelings lined their pockets real good. It’s a tough ask… and a tough sell.

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A Note To Veggie Pimps

Hey, you want to make me eat more “Vegetables”?
Then stop relating all my favorite veggies to sex organs in ads. You can start there.

Hell, are you going to rob them of their innocence too? Geesh. You’re never done, are you?

But calling someone a vegetable is not particularly endearing, you know. Shouldn’t do that.

Got a problem with any of that? Talk to the turnip! (he’s on my side)

Yeah, I’m talking to you veggie police, the anti-meat gestapo. I know you’re out there!

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A Helping Hand to Democrat Candidates

I apologize here but I’m beginning to feel sorry for Democrat candidates.

CNN talked to Terry McAuliffe about Trump and 2020. He said Democrat candidates, besides demagoguing the Trump agenda, should tell people what they are going to do on the issues. You know, what they are going to do to fix the mess Dems say we are in.

So, against my better judgment, I’m going to help by saying what they are going to do, if elected. Because they are so busy attacking Trump, I’ll say it for them.

They are going to:

  • Raise your taxes (repeatedly)
  • Give illegal aliens free healthcare.
  • Give everyone free healthcare – institute healthcare tax to offset costs.
  • Give illegal aliens free college tuition.
  • Give everyone free college education.
  • Restructure the Supreme Court, so it is forever stacked for liberals.
  • Abolish ICE.
  • Abolish or drastically reduce the Department of Homeland Security. Break it up at least so agencies cannot talk to and coordinate with each other.
  • Eliminate any walls on the border.
  • Hook up any illegal immigrants with our welfare system immediately.
  • Provide amnesty or citizenship to illegal aliens here now.
  • Spend much more in Latin America to fix countries so people will not want to come.
  • Re-politicize the DOJ. Construct barriers to firing anyone for due cause.
  • Eliminate charter schools because parents and children cannot have a choice.
  • Raise minimum wage to 15 dollars.
  • Convert our healthcare system into single payer Medicare for all.
  • Eliminate private health insurance.
  • Enact the ‘assault weapons’ ban
  • Expand national gun control over all guns and ammunition.
  • Remove names or statues of anyone tied to anything we deem offensive.
  • Give reparations to African Americans.
  • Pass laws against white structural racism rampant in our country.
  • Remove funding from the military to apply it toward our domestic programs.
  • Outlaw coal and oil development and target those companies in the sector.
  • Lower the national voter age to 16.
  • Remove any limitations on abortion with national laws.
  • Reenact the death tax.
  • Raise federal taxes on wealthy to 70% on an upward scale from there.
  • Repeal the entire Tax cut legislation.
  • Open immigration to all who want to come. No one is denied entry.
  • Cut police forces and any government subsidies they receive.
  • Cut border patrol.
  • Release 1/3 of all inmates from prison. Close a third of our prisons.
  • Return the right to vote to all ex-cons.
  • Let all residents of any city or town have the right to vote.
  • Reenter Paris Accord, whatever the cost, with savings from our military.
  • Enact the Green New Deal.
  • Reestablish the Iran deal. (consider penalty funds to Iran)
  • Stop all money and aid to Israel. Increase all aid to Palestine.
  • Politicize the EPA and then have them write the strictest most restrictive environmental and economic limitations known to man.

 

Well, it’s only a start since it is still early in the campaign. I know this is a pretty extensive and aggressive list, but they are up to it. And a little publicity goes a long way.

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In The Course Of Entertaining Events

It looked like it had such a bright future. It had nostalgic promise. It was the perpetual gift which kept on giving. It had the ability to set trends, move the masses, and rev up a local economy like no other. It had tethered ties with history, adorned with culture.

But yesterday it died a horrible death after suffering an extended illness. And worse the obituary is still being crafted; yet no one seems to know exactly what to say. It should be fitting for long eulogies and touching epitaphs. Somehow I think people would not want mourning to replace the joy and whimsy it brought to some people.

What in the world am I talking about? Of course I mean the day that Woodstock 50 died. I am sure the earth is still quaking across the country. Is that over dramatic, you think?

Nah, not really. In fact, it probably is not emotional enough for some who were so looking forward to, once again, pulling a rabbit from a hat and exceeding expectations with a flowing theme of the people. (or that is the way it would have been portrayed)

Instead, there was a note of bitterness in this death. That as much change as has happened over years, they just could not meet or exceed expectations set 50 years ago this August.

It all goes back to the original promoter, Michael Lang, who managed to pull off the original event and a few since. But this one was to be the big one remembered for more years to come, in a theme reminiscent of the original but with a defiant we can do it again purpose. And Michael Lang was again going to be the notable promoter who, against all odds, managed to pull it all together. Or so the narrative was written anyway.

It was to be a remembered time in Watkins Glen, NY at first. The downfall was a chain of events from permitting and financing troubles that plagued it almost from day one. Meanwhile, the ever-persistent Michael Lang kept promising that the show would still go on, hearkening comparisons back to the original garden venue.

Well the story line and events did not line up like a moon shot. The earth did not pause in slow motion gratuity to allow it to happen. Some things in the end were just not meant to happen. Turns out that replication of some events can be almost impossible.

At the last minute, they were moving it to a Maryland venue. Well, that seemed like it would solve its major location hurdles until even that fell through. Some pre-scheduled artists, who were also left hanging during all the failing plans, decided if it were in Maryland instead of NY, they were out.

But before this lonely death on July 31, 2019, it was a weekly roller coaster of ups and downs, ins and outs and cancellations. Also plagued by a cadre of nagging safety and security concerns. Maybe organizers were hoping that the long odds would come through? Maybe as much publicity stunt as actual event? To charity event and voter registration?

Timeline of the ladder to doom is here on Vulture. Interesting. Latest installment:

Wave the White Flag

July 31, 2019: Pour one out for what almost (never) was. Woodstock 50 officially accepts defeat, announcing in a statement the festival’s cancellation (for good this time). “We are saddened that a series of unforeseen setbacks has made it impossible to put on the festival we imagined with the great line-up we had booked and the social engagement we were anticipating,” Michael Lang writes. He confirms that the new plan was to have the festival be a benefit concert for the voter-registration charity HeadCount, but that it all fell apart due to losing the lineup. He continues, “We released all the talent so any involvement on their part would be voluntary. Due to conflicting radius issues in the DC area many acts were unable to participate
and others passed for their own reasons.” Woodstock 50 is now asking all artists originally booked — who’ve also already been paid — to donate 10 percent of their fees to HeadCount or “causes of their choice in the spirit of peace.”

In an additional statement, festival principal Greg Peck blamed original investor Dentsu Aegis for “throwing a wrench in our plans.” He claims that “some great artists came aboard over the last week to support Woodstock 50 — but time simply ran short.” Merriweather Post Pavilion operator Seth Hurwitz also said, “While we were able to quickly eliminate the venue portion of the challenge to present Woodstock, it was just too late in the game.”

This post has been updated throughout. [More]

 

No word on the final arrangements.

Could a farewell tribute be some version of “see you in court” played in key of F?

In a related metaphor, was this also a final obituary for Michael Lang’s reputation? Will this lay rest to any future plans for him?

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Racism Railroad

 

All aboard the Racism Railroad!!!

Tickets please

Departure time — immediate

ETA in Raceland — 3…2…1… you are there!

Enjoy the Ride.

*Note: no return trips available

No current travel advisories listed…..

Expect severe discomfort, abrupt warnings and extensive interruptions

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Fear mongering meets comedy in news

You know CNN has gone downhill. But do you want to know how far down they’ve gone? They hired someone to mock them. That’s right, in case they hadn’t realized it.

In desperation for viewers, they brought on Comedy Central comedian, Colin Quinn. He told Anderson Cooper in an interview that it was a political and cultural humor that took no sides. He said all he wanted from the program is for people to just laugh.

Okay, on the face. But let me understand this: all week long CNN tells us what dangerous times we are in, on the verge if not in Constitutional crisis, the likes of which we have never experienced before. Be very afraid for what calamity our country is now in because of Trump in the White House. From scholars to the street, fear is very real and justified.

Now they bring on a guy to make you laugh at it all. Yes, laugh at the polarization, the division, the incessant identity politics and the ridiculous nature or state of our political system. It’s over, he says, we’re done. But we are supposed to laugh ourselves into a frenzy over it. Right. The country is lost and we are on the cusp of civil war.

So tell CNN that all their hogwash, fear mongering is for naught because we are now going to laugh our asses off at it all. Yep, that’s just what I was thinking. Laugh your asses off at the catastrophic crisis that CNN makes of it all. But will liberals think it is funny?

I wonder if this is going to be a regular thing as they claim? It sure does set the tone for their “news” coverage though. On a side note, he is funny and makes some points but then drifts right into the anti-Trump rants. Though that is probably why they hired him. Ironic how it makes much of CNN’s apocalyptic scare tactics look so petty by comparison.

So now they are trying comic relief on their audience? Kids do not try that at home.

The right has been laughing a while. There comes a point beyond jokes. Is it funny?

But maybe it is a metaphor? CNN and Comedy Central have just switched places now.

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Coincidence In Corruption Swamp

Some of you are not going to believe me but I, yes I, really love all this modern technology. Especially the high speed stuff. I mean it is about all I can ask for and handle.

Still I drudge on, as best a bullfrog can, abreast of it all. (Satire)

Take today for instance. I had to resort to the big Bull machine. It’s reserved for only the biggest jobs. It was shaping up to be a number ten day for it. This morning when I saw there was a particularly heavy cloud of crap hanging low, I knew it would be a job.

So I went out to the annex pad to fire up the beast. It hadn’t run in a while and needed priming but she fired right up. I cranked her up to about full throttle. It was sure going to be a workout for the girl but it had to be done. I had a task.

I got all my high-techy data ready and started feeding it in small doses. You wouldn’t think I keep that much data around here but it’s just for such emergencies. I had a question that’s been haunting me, going back many months. It stumped me.

With all this BS that’s floating though the air since President Trump took office, I was looking for one specific common denominator in it all, if there was such a thing. You know, the media can pump it out thick and heavy 24/7. After a few hours of hardly being able to see in front of me, suddenly it started to clear little by little. Was there some common denominator to all these huge problems, and then what in the hell was it?

Well, I got up to full speed and then dumped the algorithm detector in the hopper to process the junk. Within a few hours, some good news. It spit out an answer. Just one.

Guess what? I found the common root all right. Seemed like a huge coincidence at first. It was none other than Hillary Clinton. Should have figured. Well, you know analytics don’t lie. Bessy Bull is always right. I cross-checked my data and no doubt about it, the common thread is Hillary. She’s in everything like DNA.

Funny part was, back there in July 2016, she was pretty thick in investigation and chaos. She had all that scandal stuff oozing from her pores. Then that fire cracker James Comey up and announced she is cleared on all that. If you could’ve seen my OJ face. Stuff dating back to 2009 when she set up that stinking server. Like they were in a big hurry.

So all her aids and everyone, nothing! They are still looking for some of the data and emails MIA out there. Whew-hoo what a mess that was. She got through even after Bubba Bill had a meeting on the tarmac with Loretta Lynch. Anthony Weiner did a side show. But she got the green light after July 4th for herself and her campaign.

Now here is the strangest part. After going through all that – and all those denials through the media about it for years – she turned around and did the weirdest thing imaginable. She swung from that messy ordeal right into creating an even bigger scandal, if that was possible. She was probably working on it even before she got off the first. On the heels of almost going down for it, she busted ground on another new whopper. It would dwarf even her last one. It was huge, for all the marbles. She even used the same contacts.

On this one, she sucked the DNC into it, hired lawyers for front men to do her dirtier work, then they contracted with Fusion GPS, who pulled Steele into it. Man, can she create a scandal? She might have sucked the whole Obama administration into the vortex. Now I’m not saying Obamafiles didn’t already have a head start, and their very own scandal brewing before that. But they joined up forces for this giant “Crossfire Hurricane.”

Sort of makes some sense in a real sinister way. But no Kansas, no Toto, no Dorothy.

I’ll tell you the truth, I never saw a storm cooked up like that before. Then it just got worse as time went on. But oh, it was Hillary that was in the nucleus of the whole thing. Her money, her people, her contacts and agenda. It became her baby even if it was Obama’s illegitimate child too. The whole thing was crazy and got crazier when the FISA requests flew and surveillance went all over — from NY to London to Moscow and to Australia and Spain. And back to Washington. Then came the dirty dossier that got peddled about all over. Even John McCain had his hands on that rag. Well, whatever they were cooking up was big; man was it big. They pulled everyone in intelligence into it and then media seemed like a willing accomplice. You know the wink and nod thing in the swamp.

Only months before all that, Hillary had been down in the bog herself, mired in corruption and pay to play influence. Who knew what else laid under it all? That was then.

When Trump took office, it continued hot and heavy. That crooked Comey just had to get fired for misbehaving all over the place. The swamp didn’t like that. Maybe it was the cord that let loose the whole unraveling when it came out. His deputy, then all these big shots in FBI were caught doing the same influence maneuvers they were supposed to be investigating. Comey squealed for a Special Counsel and swamp-masters appointed one.

The IG was sniffing around by then, too, and exposed some of the Deep State operators. But there was more, even more than he could handle. So Horowitz had to crank up another investigation just to satisfy the swampwatchers, gaining in number. The stench was awful.

This has all gone on like autopilot getting swampier as time went on. The AG was forbidden from touching it. It’s like it had a mind of it’s own and nothing could stop it. It only got bigger by nature. Democrats in Congress backed up the Deep State, whatever they said. Rumors flew and all they talked about was “Russia collusion.” It was everywhere.

But sure enough, in the background that no one wanted to talk about, how it all got started, was that Chardonnay-guzzling Hillary Clinton, smack in the middle of it all. But quiet as a mouse. Until even she started yapping about her still lost election and the big investigation. Yep that’s a good one, when you can start the whole thing then jump in to complain about it. She traveled around hawking a book “What Happened?” giving her opinions on everything. She fired off op-eds to make her finer points. She was all over the world, licking her wounds in public, while it was Trump who was suffering from constant attacks. Names and accusations flew like treason or agent of Russia. But not at Clintons, who had all the swampy traitorous connections. No one cared about all that or what they had done.

Pond and swamp-watchers like me sat there seeing all this stuff. No one paid attention to the source of it all or the real villains in the swamp. The common denominator was ignored. No, instead all those Leeches were out selling books, doing roadshows. Actually, Comey, McCabe, Hillary, Obama, all had big paydays as the swamp oozed on, claiming more and more turf. On top of it all, the whole lot of them sat back criticizing Trump about it all like Brennan, Clapper, Rhodes, and Hayden. That’s a nice band of dubious hecklers.

Then came hearings about it, but no one wanted to talk about the start of it all. No one talked about common-thread Hillary or the grand wizard, godfather Obama. In fact, we were all told she is irrelevant. She lost and she’s not president, so none of it matters. Except it is all here now, thanks to Hillary Clinton, Obama and their henchmen in tow.

As it seems to continue on and on, Hillary’s big thumbprints are still all over everything. When do we face this mutant DNA gene, responsible for so much corruption, and her sinister allies in the dark arts? Even chaos has limits. Folks can’t make this stuff up. And Hillary is right there in the middle of it all — living large on the swamp gas.

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Crazy Corners

Welcome to the place here called Crazy Corners but I didn’t invent or discover it. The area is pretty well populated though. Not to be mistaken for Crazy Town, that’s another place.

I’m standing here on location at the intersection of Broad and Normal Streets. And for the moment, it seems so confusing that I am not sure which way to turn. Whether toward the suggested, approved route or the other way.

Robert Frost might be intimidated here. The way “less traveled by” could get you into some big trouble. Let me tell you about a couple of the identifiable highlights of this place.

I need to preface it by saying I’m in no way condoning the use of blackface. In fact, I really don’t understand the fascination. We can agree it is offensive. There done, I think.

But for the sake of it, there is this exposed issue of people wearing blackface. That’s been all the news here and everyone is aware of it. That is another thing, it seems hard for many people to talk directly about it because it is that offensive. They don’t want to chance stepping into any unintended snafus by doing so.

Instead they talk about people and personalities who have wrongly donned blackface attire at some point in their lives and condemn them, loudly and voraciously. Here is the rub on the rules of getting along around here, just a few cultural do’s and don’ts to be aware of.

I’ll just describe some of what I’ve seen to give you a flavor for the culture.
 
So that blackface is a huge NO NO. But there are festive parades and competitions everywhere for cross-dressing and transsexuals. They encourage it on youth. You know, “don’t knock it till you try it” but even then you better not knock it. Though you better hide that black shoe polish and straw hat attire.

Wearing pussy hats is not offensive….it is endearing to women and their reproductive rights. Doesn’t matter who wears them either: men, kids, teachers. Popular at marches.

Biology be damned.

Using the men’s room or ladies’ room is only a matter of individual preference, regardless of gender, and to hell with everyone else. Other conforming users have no rights to object.

In schools coaches are expected to watch girls dressing in boys locker rooms so they aren’t harassed or assaulted. And they are reprimanded if they disapprove of it or fail to watch.

Don’t get caught wearing black makeup, you get run out of town and banned from public.

Blackface gets you booted from office, where cross-dressing is non-firable and protected status. In fact, government should pay for sex change operations if they can’t afford it.

And children should not be told their biological gender because, until they can tell us for themselves, they have none. What it is, is not necessarily what it is or will be.

You can identify as any biology or thing you want. But you cannot identify as a Native American. So far, the do nots seem pretty strictly enforced.

Though one must be very careful because your personal preferences today could be considered don’t do’s tomorrow, depending on what yours are. It is a little bit like fashion, when it is out of style, man, is it called out. Then later they can go back in time to condemn you for previous offenses. It seems like they are cultural-fashionista trendsetters.

My understanding is people from Crazy Corners also want to rewrite the Constitution, or twist it into a Gordian knot until they do. It needs to breathe or evolve, like biology, to suit.

In fact, now that I write this, I am starting to feel I might have to get out of here quickly.

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A New State Is Born

Doing a short and sweet here for the blog. Once again the country of the US is busting a move to make history. And the Left is proudly taking a central role in it. We have now become 51. It is final, the Democrats have founded a brand new state in the nation.

It is called the State of Denial.

No word so far on how many Democrats populate it, growing rapidly as it is. Safe to say most Democrats either live there or are in the process of moving in. Real estate demands being what they are. Square miles of it are unknown, yet is already considered vast.

There is only one problem, it doesn’t really fit in with the United States of America — as unification is not a characteristic. It also infringes on other states but that shouldn’t be a problem. Though make no mistake, it is actually a state in America. Sure it will demand all of the perks of a united state but it is united only with itself;. its only allegiance is to itself.

It should now get entered into the history as such, and credited to Democrats for founding it. It needs its own Wikipedia page. Though its geographic coordinates are still being worked out in real time, its unique presence has already been felt and made known.

So it will be interesting what this new State of Denial brings to the table or what fateful influence it will have on the USA. We will have to wait and see.

Another problem is that it does not particularly believe in borders. It does not accept the Constitution either, except where it can find some twisted agreement with it. And it does not accept the authority and responsibility that the federal government has to secure other states and people from invasions. Nor does it accept the oath of office as written.

But surely it will send as many Congressional representatives to Washington as it can, by fact or fraud…. because “what difference at this point does it make anyway?”

We should all plan on hearing much more from this boisterous state, soon. It doesn’t like sitting idle or waiting its turn. It is rather arrogant and its nasty tentacles are long. Stay tuned to see if the 51st state will destroy the other 50.

Already many people are wondering if we should still call the country a union? You may want to put a question mark by that word for future use.

Ref: Wiki

“The Admission to the Union Clause of the United States Constitution, often called the New States Clause, found at Article IV, Section 3, Clause 1, authorizes the Congress to admit new states into the United States beyond the thirteen already in existence at the time the Constitution went into effect.”

[*Note]“The Admission to the Union Clause also forbids the creation of new states from parts of existing states without the consent of both the affected states and Congress”.

But then why should that particular detail apply when they can just ignore, defy and deny the rest of the Constitution — in whole or in part? So I’m still going to refer to it by it’s proper name, (united) State of Denial. No comment from Google or GPS makers yet.

By the way: all the rules you might think should oppose its erection really don’t matter. They don’t apply to it. Rumor is all the news networks are putting a home office there.

The good news is there is no need for an extra star on the flag since they don’t believe in that or the flag. Their trademark symbol would be black bloc or flames anyway.

God Bless America because the Left sure won’t.

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Food guy goes sweet and sour in Chinese comment

P/C police found another atrocity to chase, this time in the food isle. Suit up, pilgrims.

Background: renowned food show guy Andrew Zimern is opening an upscale Chinese restaurant in Minnesota, but he sort of trash talked Chinese fast food restaurants. A grievous offense by calling them “horseshit restaurants.” (He has since apologized)

Okay food critiques or political swordsmiths, take your shot. The question here is: is the guy right or wrong in what he said and what he is doing?

Does he sink or swim on those comments? Should he? Should he be run off and boycotted — if not burned at the stake? (I have a feeling neither one is a good solution)

See the video interview(@ 8 min) in the piece if you want the full context. He sure is taking heat for it. Some compare it to cultural appropriation. Some say let the market decide.

Andrew Zimmern Sparks Outrage With Chinese Restaurant Comments

by Bruce Haring | Deadline –December 29, 2018 — Interview by Fast Company

The man who eats strange foods for a living now has to eat some humble pie.

Bizarre Foods host and celebrity chef Andrew Zimmern has caused a firestorm in the Asian-American and foodie communities over his comments that Chinese food in the Midwest is served in “horseshit restaurants.” Zimmern made the comments to promote his own Midwest Chinese restaurant chain, Lucky Cricket, in an interview with Fast Company. The first outlet for Lucky Cricket just opened in a Minneapolis suburb mall.

“I think I’m saving the souls of all the people from having to dine at these horses - - t restaurants masquerading as Chinese food that are in the Midwest,” said Zimmern.

More: https://deadline.com/2018/12/andrew-zimmern-sparks-outrage-with-chinese-restaurant-comments-1202527169/

 

Call me old fashioned or not, I don’t think his identity should dictate whether or not he can cook Chinese food. But here is some other food for thought, I notice Walmart now has General Tso’s chicken at its hot foods counter. I’m pretty sure they didn’t hire a Chinese guy to come in to make it. He does have a point about their cookie cutter menu.

But I see other large supermarket chains that delegated space at the deli to sell local Chinese food by Asians. I don’t know where Walmart gets its General Tso’s chicken.

Is it off limits for a white guy to open say a soul food place? How about a northern city person cooking Southern food; a non-Latino cooking Latin food? Or does the fact that he is doing it commercially for a profit business have something to do with it? But is he right?

I’ve already seen liberals drop the cleaver on him and promise to boycott it — presumably until he starts cooking something culturally aligned with his identity as a white guy.

You decide if the guy and his restaurant chain should survive, or be nipped in the bud.

If it was so offensive, then why did the (obvious liberal) interviewer not stand up, say “that’s it,” shove the table to the side and walk away? Isn’t that what the identity and word police would demand he do? Or was publicly skewering him the main dish?

I say “pass the duck sauce and give him a break.” But that’s just white guy me.

A publicity stunt or now stunted publicity?

Of course my other conspiracy theory is still that there are only 5 Chinese guys who make all that food for all Chinese American restaurants. But that’s another issue.

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DuffelBlog on Trump, Mattis divorce

Some good satire involved here making for interesting reading.

Troops ask to live with Mattis after divorce is finalized

By Paul Sharpe |The DuffelBlog — December 28, 2018

WASHINGTON — Most troops caught in the middle of a domestic dispute that resulted in their father Jim Mattis filing for divorce say they hope they can live with him after this is all over, sources confirmed today.

Mattis filed for divorce from President Donald Trump last week, citing “irreconcilable differences” that stemmed from the cancellation of vacation plans in Syria, the president’s decision to send some of the kids to border school in October, and his well-known Diet Coke drinking problem.

Continue: https://www.duffelblog.com/2018/12/mattis-divorce-trump/

All righty then. And so it begins. I expect Democrats to be serving up extra portions of this, and not know where the satire ends and reality begins. (or miss the humor completely)

Who says Dems can’t go any lower?

I guess having a white Christmas or even “dreaming of” one is now racist too!?🎄

Notice how Democrats always need to “move on” from anything…..except racism.
And if you happen to laugh at that thought, then you too must be a racist.

 

But speaking of over the top liberal rhetoric in the last post — which turns out to be a bottomless pit to hell — comes this prize work in keeping with liberal tradition.

In other words, there is no such thing as too much or too far for aspiring Leftinistas.

This Michael Harriot of The Root tried desperately to probe the bottom. Then it was deleted. But that didn’t stop him from defending his lone, solitary “hope” later.

After taking the heat he comes back to defend his high hope from a critic:

Nope, no room for virtue signaling in that ballpark. He’s covering deep Left field.

I know, it’s like a game where the left trogs try to outdo each other on the old outrage meter. A practiced skill set; where there are no rules or accountability.

Then here we find out that San Fran Nan and Chuck the Schmucko must be twins separated at birth. Proof is in the pudding. Christmas Eve is so unifying.

Not to be outdone, Chelsea Clinton dabbles in her mother’s forte` of fraternizing with evil.
Call it a genetic gift to a real child prodigy.

Those eyes, don’t they just scream “dark side”?

Hey, let’s throw in the latest Obama slime news too for flavor. Susan Rice never disappoints in serving over-the-top hypocrisy and hyperbole with her lies.

Breitbart

Former Obama National Security Advisor Susan Rice [in a land where they are really never former anything] penned an OP-ED for the New York Times claiming Trump is a bigger threat than any foreign adversary.

NYT:

“The president couldn’t care less about facts, intelligence, military analysis or the national interest. He refuses to take seriously the views of his advisers, announces decisions on impulse and disregards the consequences of his actions. In abandoning the role of a responsible commander in chief, Mr. Trump today does more to undermine American national security than any foreign adversary. Yet no Republican in Congress is willing to do more than bleat or tweet concerns.” [Read]

Hey Suzie Q, there is a little matter of all that unmasking we’d like to talk to you about regarding this whole conspiracy you all cooked up. I know the demands on your time, with writing post-script memos to yourself that take a toll. But inquiring minds have a lot of questions about this national security struggle you seem to be having — along with Obama’s non-scandal record you all hallucinated.

(*In case the Dana Loesch link disappears, here is the original image. There’s a Lincolnesque quality about it.)

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Shopping Sprees

I’ll make you a bet, do you think I could do a non-political post? I bet I can.

So I’ve taken a swing at almost anything else and why not say something about consumerism — one of the biggest and quirkiest subjects of our time? In my opinion.

Actually there is something in it worth talking and thinking about. It was made clear to me in a recent trip to some very old familiar turf. I hadn’t been through there in about ten years so sure there would be some changes.

What unfolded in front of my eyes almost defies description. Yep, everyone knows how development goes on and how it’s all done in the name of progress…or so they say. I have never seen that much change in that amount of time to one area.

I didn’t see the housing developments though they must have been there lurking in the background. Though I could not miss the amount of commercial, and I mean 90% retail, development. Other than that I could not miss the monstrous growth of schools either. (I thought they were plenty large then) But let’s just stay with the retail, business end.

Now years ago there was a hot debate over the condition of retail. The consensus seemed to be on the side of brick and mortar’s decline. Well, judging by what I saw, I can safely confirm that did not happen. But one did not expect an explosion of retail expansion anywhere. I guess anywhere other than there. Okay, it was always a hub of discount retail activity and sort of the bargain basement of the area for outlets with tourism. But no more. I saw every major chain represented that I could think of and a few new ones, too.

Of course the whole purpose of this piece was the topic of consumerism. That old debate centered on Internet sales taking over business of brick and mortars. Or at least squeezing them out of the market share. Ha, well, maybe that market is much bigger than even I originally thought. And in the marketplace there should be room for all.

Doing my own thinking about this, while driving along miles of brand new retail stores and mega-plazas, I came to the conclusion that B&M shopping is different than online. My rule of thumb now is that if you want or need an exact item you may go online to purchase it. But if you aren’t locked in on an item, want to examine things, compare or just shop then you would do well to hit the stores — despite traffic and the headaches.

I hear a trend everyone talks about where people are buying almost everything online. Some people that is. Good for them, convenience and all. But there are others who are not sold on the total online bit, not yet anyway. For them the shopping may be split between types. It occurs to me though that the total online crowd may be missing something.

If I stretch out my personal theories, which are no better than yours, I could see a day not too far away when some people may not really know how to shop in real life. That virtual shopping is much different. They got that techno-retail thing nailed.

Like the way cell phones and their addictive use seems to consume people, there could be a time when people just don’t know how to do something without the smartphone or the internet. Face it, shopping is a thing most of us grew up with and adapted to. We may hate it sometimes. But I can foresee a time when some people don’t have those basic life skills. Did I just say shopping is a life skill? Sigh.

I mean actually running down the isles to find something or settle on a different thing or brand without the use of their good old technology crutch. A good trade off? After all, once in a store Google is not going to tell them what isle the coffee or pickles is in. No GPS coordinates with Siri, the obnoxious navigator. They have to look for it which will be like work to them. Physically taxing. That also requires familiarity with the store to be able to quickly find things. You can’t have that when you don’t spend time in a real store.

And I can see a time when it might require stores to have guides for newbies, walking them by hand through their mission. An adventuresome culture shock. I may be exaggerating but not by much. It could be an overwhelming or traumatic experience for them. They might think, “I remember when I was little my mother used to come through the store and she didn’t like it.” So some people may have phobias over that kind of shopping and maybe even need therapy to get accustomed to it, if they even want to.

Well, my little trip just reassured me that there still is a lively market for “retail reality.” With all the new stores someone is shopping in them. But that’s another question, just who are all these people? However, maybe I am the extreme exception because my trip had nothing to do with shopping or buying anything. Observation was enough for me.

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