Faulty DNA

Some people may be surprised to know I am a highly-accredited academic. For instance, I believe I found the exact DNA string that leads to the destruction of the country.

So preemptively interrupting or blocking that sequence would prevent our disintegration before it’s too late. Isn’t science wonderful? If only we listened to it… ie. political science.

This discovery took over 30 years of experimentation, yet it’s not too late to save America.

I will use elections as an example for the sake of illustration. Applied science, you know. The premise of the problem is: the loser gets to define the agenda and results of the election. I’ll call this ‘loser rules’ principle. It only happens on one side of the DNA pool.

You may laugh but this has become a growing perception for some time now. I’ve been studying it. It’s widely accepted too. And that is the problem. The more this malicious code grows, the faster the disintegration process happens.

Allow me to map this out. Don’t worry if you did not understand it at first. It took me a while to track this mutation down.

So just say the radical left loses an election. Those who lose get to determine the agenda, or sizable chunk of it, no matter who won. Thereby corrupting other DNA in the sequence.

That process, over time, leads to disintegration and eventual destruction.

And this malicious sequence is being applied right before our eyes and yet we do not or cannot seem to stop it in its tracks. The worst part of it is the very people(members) in that DNA pool continue to mislabel this as a great democratic process, and the product of it as a solution to our problems. Still don’t quite see it yet?

Say loser X has all these radical plans and ideas from who knows where, whatever source. Though it did lose. At the end of the election, Loser X says its ideas were so popular among members that those ideas must be incorporated into the mainstream.

If winner refuses, Loser X will unleash its radical dogs in the base to attack. So the winner is compelled to oblige X. Winner W has no choice except appease Loser X by incorporating the ideas and radicals to implement them into the mix. Let’s call that mixture “S”.

Mixture S now thinks that process is just the cost of doing any business or pushing a major agenda forward. So radical ideas and people are employed that contaminate the agenda – and whatever influence mixture S has on the public at large.

This assures the most radical ideas always come to the surface to be incorporated.

Now if this is repeated over and over, it leads to getting the worst and most radical ideas into the mainstream and into the public. In repetition, the result is a disintegrating effect on the whole. Well, it could hardly be a good outcome.

So the host becomes more contaminated over time. Speed is the only variable.

Oh so you need some examples? No matter who wins, the loser claims the right to determine actions in the wider agenda. See, the Democrats lose in congress, they assert the right to determine what the body will do. Radicals are highly effective at influencing it.

Say Hillary Clinton loses. They claim she really didn’t and that they are now free to delegitimize the entire process, hence corrupting it. No matter what winner Trump does forward, they contaminate the entire process however they can. Thus affecting the outcome, or perceived outcome, of everything.

Another example is the minority rules principle. Wait for a national emergency then demand the body agenda implement the radical minority’s plans. So Rad-Loser offers winner no other choice or option. Incorporate radical plans or else.

The loser always determines the agenda, or in effect the minority determines the agenda.

The result of this process playing out, over and over, creates a scenario. This maliciously corrupt law or code demands the worst ideas be implemented at the sacrifice or exemption of good ones, So the end pool is corrupted downward. It is a beautifully destructive force.

The entire DNA pool has become so corrupted that many of its fervent members now see this process as ‘normal’ and the resulting disintegration as ‘progress.’

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

About

Sometimes you feel like a nut, and other times you’re only faking it. Most people would not know this but I operate by a strict “if a tree falls in the woods…” philosophy.

So the way it all works in practice is simple: every day I wonder what thing I can write today that no one is going to read or see? It’s a daunting task.

Then it is naturally reassuring that it seems like those tech giants and social media really favor this approach, too. They even have special tools like shadow banning to help you. 🙂

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Satire On Self

This is a day, not unlike others, where I sought to sit down and write some inane nonsense in the hopes that some misguided soul would come along to read it, hopefully calling it imparted intelligence. A place where fiction influences reality and vice versa.

After a while one can seem to run out of zany ideas that you just have to settle for reality. Then, in a twist like a Rod Sterling plot, you realize the truth has been much more crazy than any ideas you racked your brain to dream up. Truth is the bomb. That is an uh-ha moment like no other. I have had exactly those reoccurring thoughts almost every day now for months. What does it portend for our future, for my future in particular?

For posterity’s sake, we can only hope there are some lessons to be learned from this sorted process. But ironically this reality, crazy at it is, seems to be void of lessons learned from past history or prior revelations. This presents a paradox.

So are the enterprising scriptwriters for Hollywood and film also seeing the same writing on the wall that leaves this writer feeling like a dinosaur? Here is a cultural exercise to try for a test: if a thought bubble were hovering over this day, what would it say? Dare you think further, and what image would be under it?

 

Here is just one example from a day in which reality appears to go feral. The truth came out putting a name and face to an anonymously written NYT column in 2018, which stood media and politicos at attention. The piece: “I Am Part of the Resistance Inside the Trump Administration.” Miles Taylor turned out to be its writer, who was a staffer at Homeland Security. He left there and now has joined the CNN network of aggrieved and disgruntled government employees. He should fit right in.

Of course the kicker in the anonymity story was wondering who this insider was, or how close he really was to the president? The caustic cloud of speculation loomed over the administration for months. What did he know about daily decision-making that gave him such rich perspective on the administration? Or maybe not. And just like that, reality turned out to be crazier than the fiction it tries to emulate. But now it is too late because we have taken the bait and ran with it, as far and long as it could take us.

Still, it caused no less than 30 administration officials to deny authorship, something that apparently did not bother the astute conscience of the anonymous writer. Even Barack Obama suggested he was acting undemocratic. From a president who suffered no breaches in his administration, even while conducting a coup to undermine an incoming president.

The sheer beauty was that this person could have been any one of possibly top-tier members of the administration. And it capitalized on that beauty. Perks of anonymity. The media then parlayed that experience into a wider story across government. Protecting such anonymity became a lifeline to integrity in government, so the plot went.

Now, a man who was relatively unknown or insignificant used a cloak of anonymity to propel himself into a position of knowledge and trust, publicly. Though never knowing who he was, if he even existed – was it a he or she – left many people to question what it really said, if it was all true, about our current president and his administration?

Another irony is that he was a nobody before but only now more of a somebody. But the revealed somebody turns out to be less relevant than at least the NYT had implied.

Of course the real abject lesson for us here is to be careful what and how you trust what comes from the mainstream media organs these days. You never know where the truth starts or ends, or comes from. Yet there are times when they just reveal who they are. It did lay bare the notion that some are/were working inside the administration, covertly in their minds anyway, to either save the administration or sabotage it from being successful. However they justified it. Who says all anonymity is working for the good?

In this case, anonymity seemed to be the forbidden fruit from which all this supposed truth and honesty would flow. It turned out to be only another deception. An intermittent pause in the search for identity and perception.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

As The News Turns

This post is based on what is now typical morning, pre-election news coverage, If you wanted music accompaniment, you might go with Eric Clapton and Tina Turner — “Tearing Us Apart.”

On MSDNC’s Morning Joe, Mika Brzezinski has decided a while back that Trump is not leaving. He just isn’t. She thinks they should deal more with that subject. Joe Scarborough, on the other hand, cautions her not to worry that the ‘autocracy’ in the courts etcetera has everything under control. He thinks there is enough reason to think courts and judges have all the solutions at hand. (this guy was a conservative and Republican, ever?)

Mika seems to think it will take a special tactical force and military swat team, with 4-star generals and military equipment assistance, to physically extract Trump from the White House in January. Can you imagine the dreams she is having? (being married to Joe to ice the cake) She has explored this subject for months though few others will play along, long enough to assuage her concerns. Who knew Mika had such a great mind for conspiracies?

Now on CNN – and this is all by 6:30 AM – they have stayed mostly with the COVID-central theme. Numbers they claim could be well into 100’s of thousands by December. Even 800+ thousand deaths is a high limit. Every one of which, you know, is directly traceable back to Trump. He was very busy as the grim reaper.

Then there is the other problem, just as big, the vaccine scandal. The administration has asked states to make a plan for distributing a vaccine by November. And that sent them hyper-speculating on motives that maybe Trump is trying to preempt normal procedures and just shoot people up with bleach in November. Kidding aside, Trump’s real motive for these plans must be the election.

Wait, I thought they like plans? They always demand we have plans. But never mind that they seem to be undermining the legitimacy of the vaccine. Like we really need that. But then this probably has something to do with Putin, too. Everything does.

Meanwhile, CNN will keep you daily updated on the worst news possible on the pandemic. They figure It wouldn’t quite be a pandemic without politicizing and weaponizing it. Whatever does happen, they just shift the goalposts to compensate and attack Trump accordingly. See, if states do follow the guidelines, then the guidelines were corrupted by Trump. If they don’t, it is Trump’s fault for undermining the legitimacy of them.

Then there is Rip Van Biden, who awakens occasionally to say he would have done it right and most of those lives would have been saved, which media largely seems to be buying. But do not ask what Joe would have done differently from Trump that would have changed all the dynamics?. If they could think of anything they would have said it already.

News media has their narrative they can adjust by plugging in little things along the way. That keeps it interesting like a soap opera. You almost have to tune in daily to find out what new thing they’ve come up with. Scriptwriters must be working 24/7.

I’d say the creative plot award of the year should be going to Morning Joe and MSDNC. It also assures Mika of a job. She’s the crazy one to keep an eye on. The Pentagon is probably waiting to see what she comes up with.

And they wonder why Trump calls it Fake News?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

How Bad Is It For Dems? Backfire

This is the only DNC convention where it can happen remotely, and on another split screen you can watch the Demo-base celebrating in the streets of Portland or Chicago with fireworks, bricks and Molotov cocktails. But only on Fox News.

Not since 1968 has there been a convention this exciting.

Where Democrats can chip into Biden/Harris one minute and donate bail money for rioting thugs the next. What’s not to like about that? I think they covered all their bases.

If I hear their line once more that “it didn’t have to be this way,” I’m going to puke.

But how bad is it for Democrats these days? It’s so bad that even Demo-media comrades don’t want to show the rioting and looting palooza on TV. They’ve been blacking out BLM activities. (It would probably only incite more photogenic rioters.)

18 U.S. Code Section 2102. – Definitions (b)
As used in this chapter, the term “to incite a riot”, or “to organize, promote, encourage, participate in, or carry on a riot”, includes, but is not limited to, urging or instigating other persons to riot, but shall not be deemed to mean the mere oral or written (1) advocacy of ideas or (2) expression of belief, not involving advocacy of any act or acts of violence or assertion of the rightness of, or the right to commit, any such act or acts.

So they’re self-censoring the riots and looting coverage. Why? Because at least they know how much it disgusts people and would reveal Democrats’ M/O. Nearly 3 months and the PR has only gotten worse not better. It’s so bad they refuse to show it.

I can tell you I’m not in line at Wal-Mart hearing lots of people say “if only I could be in Portland or Seattle rioting now.” It ain’t glamorous even to Democrats.

Yet these are the same commie thugs and criminals Democrat pols are defending as peaceful protestors. Show me ten Democrat protestors and I’ll show you a riot in the making. Give ‘em an hour and a half. And their networking capabilities are great.

But the Demo-media are complaining about Trump using the words nasty, mean or angry. Have you ever seen people more angry or hate-filled than this bunch of Democrat activists? Even back in the 60’s, The Resistance would have been a garage music band.

Weather Underground was more shadowy. These cats have the support of elected pols. Now sedition is the bell-bottoms of the 70’s. Rioting is the new sit-in. Blocking an interstate is the new street festival – peace out!. Anti-peace is the new activism. Injustice for all.

But it doesn’t look good to American people. Cheering them on is not attractive either.

So how do you piss off a Democrat? Viva La Flag! It works every time.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

China, You’re No Good

Here are the lyrics to my new song. I hope you like it.

China, you’re no good
you’re no good
you’re no good
you’re no good
China, you’re no good.

Hong Kong is gone
But won’t be forgotten

What is the single word that can end Joe Biden’s campaign,
and cancel his political career? China.

But how can we save ourselves from China, though,
If we cannot save ourselves from our own?

China is just no damn good.

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

The Old Country

A long, long time ago, as rumor has it, there was a great country between the Pacific and Atlantic called the United States of America. A proud country in good and bad times.

It was fiercely independent. Many thought there was something about her that rose above other countries. Some thought that more myth and legend but many believed it. Was it more perception of the residents than reality? We aren’t sure though that can be studied.

And indeed this country became a great force among other countries. She tried to help the others in their times of need. She sailed around the world ending 2 world wars and batting down various other conflicts. Real peace eluded her for years.

Her men and women were of strong stock working to build a strong country. And strong it was. They had a certain determination. They had mostly good intentions among them, even in desperate times. In fact, in the worst of times they seemed to rise above petty to pull their resources to solve any crisis. There was a “we are one” mentality.

She, America, was the go to source for markets around the world. She was the ultimate trading partner. When others in the world bought her goods, which carried a great reputation, people were glad to buy them. And it bought plenty from others. The label “Made in USA” meant something throughout the world.

She was a place people around the globe flocked to or aspired to go. There was no other place like it. One of its great presidents referred to America as a “shining city on a hill.” Debates often went back and forth over extending or retracting her interests verses isolationism. Those ideas are still out there in books for consumption. But they sure were passionate about their ideas. They valued their ideas almost as much as the country.

Indeed, they sort of had a reverence for the past though it was not perfect. Yet because they worked through those imperfections that made her even better. And it was hard work. They had a great Civil War in the 1800’s. They united afterward as even a better country, despite differing opinions. They had high appreciation for its relatively short history as a nation.

Through thick and thin there was no better place to be.

The consensus always was instinctively to resist foreign entanglements, but as decades went on resistance grew weaker. They did entangle the country in far regions around the world. It was rationalized as the better choice. Still, they were leery of Global powers of consolidation that opposed their spirit of individualism and freedom.

One of its later presidents called those powers a New World Order.

In time, even that weaker resistance softened. Until it got to a point where some of its leaders were so enamored by this Globalism that they began doing things and scheming to get deeper involved in Globalism. The theory went that enough actions would be irreversible and that, once done, people would grow accustomed making it virtually impossible to undo. Each layer of Globalist policies added more bonds on the people. Even fierce dissenters would not be capable of mustering the resolve to undo it all. So that is the way it went.

Then She had many culture battles domestically, which strained the nation’s unity. It was called a culture war. They bickered back and forth about these cultural issues. Some saw these as bigger than the country itself, while others ignored them entirely. The date always seemed significant. They would say things like, “ it’s the 1970’s.” Or insert any other year up until the 2-M’s. The year was used as a symbol for modernity itself. Similarly, they mocked the past with euphemisms like “ancient” or “dark ages.” In that way, they thought of themselves currently as better, more knowledgeable and improving as time went on. New became old and the cycle continued. Everything in the past was perceived as “old.”

It was almost as if they could not get enough of new, anything new. For some people, change could not seem to happen fast enough. There were those who sat around trying to think up the next new thing that would catch the public’s appetite for change. They were not Nostradamus figures, but commoners trying to ride the fast-moving wave of modernity. Usually, efforts were in vaine. Fads and trends were moving fast enough without that intentional help. There was an education reformer back in the late 1800’s who said “change, if done correctly, can hardly be noticed.” However, the objective of this change was not to be unnoticed but to be obvious to everyone. The more shocking or outrageous the better. In fact that was the purpose.. They wanted change to be highly visible and unavoidable.

Well, you can probably see where all this is headed but the country enjoyed some very good years. It was blessed for many years. That is until this need for change and the will of the people were so compromised that the inevitable was certainly inevitable for them. By then, there was a margin of people who weren’t interested in keeping the country as it had been, but looking for a severely different state. They had no pride in what was or is, only in how far they could jettison it. Therein was the problem. Their preference was radical change.

Well, it should have been clear in tell tale signs over years. Sometimes people openly state even their worst intentions. During later elections, campaigns were filled with words about change. One new term grew in popularity, transformation. Most people didn’t know what it meant, at least as defined by those soldiers of change using it.

Then came another term, re-imagine. They claimed they wanted to re-imagine government, re-imagine the economic system. Re-imagine everything. The irony is that with all this re-imaging, they could not have imagined a better country than they had. But their toxic, creative imaginations could not be quenched and leave the once-great country in place.

I see it is getting late, so maybe we’ll read more about this Old Glory another time. It is an interesting story anyway. Sort of mysterious why there are not more books about it?

Right Ring | Bullright | © 2020

Cottage Industry

I came up with an idea I’m calling the Cottage Industry Award. It should not need explanation. But the foremost awardee of all time would have to be Donald J. Trump.

We know all his branding work. That’s one thing. However, since he ran for and got elected president, he has amassed the largest cottage industry in the country. That’s no joke.

Think of all the books written about him, positive and negative. Think of all the commentary. Think of all the people who have made millions on the subject of Donald Trump. I’m sure this in not lost on the Donald. It seems a lot of people have been benefiting and feathering their nests off him. Eat your hearts out.

It really is a phenomena worthy of an award. Yes, the cottage industry award. I challenge anyone to outdo the size of the Donald Trump cottage industry. Whether you like him or not, you have to hand it to him. A lot of politicians only wish they had that capacity to inspire and fuel an entire industry — which will probably go on long into the future.

I mean it is way past Hillary or other notable people. Everyone within 100 feet of Trump now thinks he or she has a memoir or book. The impeachers will probably be next to cash in. And the word is that Bolton’s book deal was over 7 figures.

Can you deny the cottage industry? Now motive and objective is another matter.

Right Ring | Bullright

A Classic Christmas

Did you ever notice how anything you write can be like a coin toss? I mean chances are there is going to be at least one person to come along and disagree with everything you said, and/or claim you don’t know what you are talking about on the subject.

I recently discovered how recipes online can spark similar reactions. There is inevitably someone who didn’t like it, failed, or just inserted all their own ingredients to change the whole thing. But that was not the recipe.

So I found a prefect unhappy specimen on a recipe for a classic Christmas fudge. A pretty safe bet for a recipe, you would think. Nope.

Along comes a dissatisfied reviewer asking, “what kind of a recipe is this?” just for openers. Then she went on to describe the ingredients were all wrong and nothing blended together right. It was a horrible sloppy mess of garbage goo, she exclaimed.(paraphrased)

So I thought of the perfect response to accompany all the criticism:

Oh dear. Well, obviously, the real trick is to never even attempt this recipe unless you are in the Christmas Spirit because it absolutely will not work.

I hope that helps some. But if not, you might try bobbing for apples instead….without the apples. Have a great Holiday anyway!

Right Ring | Bullright

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.

Right Ring | Bullright

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.

Right Ring | Bullright

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

[end of PSA message]

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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?

Right Ring | Bullright

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. …../

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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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