Dem’s SCOTUS Conspiracy

From their own mouths, Dem conference call in July.

Strategy session in July
GOP War Room

In July, Ricki Seidman – a Democratic operative, former Clinton White House official and current advisor to Dr. Christine Blasey Ford – laid out a strategy to defeat the nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh. Be sure to like, subscribe, and comment below to share your thoughts on the video.

“Over the coming days and weeks, there will be a strategy that will emerge. I think its possible that strategy might ultimately defeat the nominee.”

Straight from the up-talking source. She knew then as one of Ford’s advisers.

Plus it’s a rally the vote campaign. She seemed to forget a fundraiser for Ford and the Democrats. All dirty election politics all the time.

H/T to Gateway Pundit see here

The tactics now unfold still before our eyes. It’s a cooked up ‘by any means’ conspiracy.
Let’s not forget Kennedy chose to retire then to have Trump pick the nominee.

We reached the point…maybe of no return

We have reached the point. No, not the point of fusion, antimatter, or quantum physics squared, or the missing link. We may have reached the point where estabo candidates think Trump could win Iowa and potentially the nomination and, according to some, possibly the White House. Granted there is a ways to go, but that sort of sentiment is bound to have an effect on the election.

But then leave it to a politico like Mark Halprin to state the obvious, and cause everyone to start to talk about it, gasp, openly. Sea change is here?

Halperin: Trump Reached ‘Turning Point,’ ‘Most’ Estab Cands Think He Can Win Nomination

by Ian Hanchett17 Aug 2015 | Breitbart

Bloomberg Politics Managing Editor Mark Halperin stated that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has “reached a turning point” where the “establishment candidates” think he can win Iowa, “most” believe he can win the nomination, and “a significant number think he could win the White House” on Monday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “Morning Joe.”

Halperin was asked his writing that “Most importantly, we’ve reached a turning point with Trump, the major establishment campaigns of both parties now think Trump could win Iowa, and most of them think he could win the nomination, and a significant number think he could win the White House.” And that the campaigns were in “full freak out mode.”

More: http://www.breitbart.com/video/2015/08/17/halperin-trump-reached-turning-point-most-estab-cands-think-he-can-win-nomination/

I’m not sure which part scares the estabos most: that he could win the nomination, or that he changed the race? (it may seem like the same thing but I don’t think it is.)  Apparently it has them in scramble mode. Perhaps because they now see anger on both sides?

Is that all it takes a Trump to come along and do this? Heaven knows we’ve been sending them the strongest possible messages for six years, or longer. Finally, maybe because they see it in black and white in the polls and in popular opinion?  Maybe because they see a potential threat with the popularity and money? At any rate, the establishment are finally sitting up and taking notice.  And they don’t like what they are seeing.

Well, they tried dismissing him, ignoring him, calling him names and ridiculing him….. never mind media’s evolution. It’ll be interesting to see if they see him as the problem.

She walks, she talks, she fundraises

Hillary now looks to shore up support(pardon the pun) in the wake of the server seizure. So she is going on a fundraiser vacation, renting a 12 million dollar mansion in “the Hamptons” where they plan to raise lots of cash. The high style of the 1%-ers.

The cost is 100,000 for two weeks…or is that called an investment? Funny how they go on vacation and the money rolls in. That’s not how it works with most people, unfortunately. But nothing Clintons do is like normal people. Going on a fundraiser vacation just makes lots of sense(cents). Even impressive by the “lifestyles of rich and famous” standards.

But nothing with them is normal. They prefer the absurd, extreme, eccentric and extravagant even in politics. They should look around and ask themselves, “how did we become 1%-ers? The prior video was a perfect example. There are times when we occasionally get to see exactly how liberals think — flawed as it is.

There you see media liberals grieving and prognosticating on the political fallout over Hillary’s self-created servergate. Not unexpected but then listen to co-host Mika Brzezinski and let it sink in. There is a transparency and brutal honesty to it.

Mika sounds disgusted sighing in the background. She wonders to the others about how candidates can pretend things(scandals) don’t exist? That might be a good question for Hillary. So after Hillary candidates tell you those things don’t exist, you are supposed to believe them. Then she asks “do they really think the American public is that stupid?” She says “that is very insulting.”

Well, Mika does have some real points. People must accept their denials or excuses. They really do think the public is that stupid. Mika explains the way it works for Dems and leftists. With a sigh she admits that in spite of these problems if Hillary can get the nomination, “I will [still] vote for her.” See, that’s how it is supposed to work for Hillary and Obama. So the only question then is how does she get there?

Hillary Clinton’s communications director Jennifer Palmieri wrote that it’s all nonsense.

“The bottom line: This kind of nonsense comes with the territory of running for president. We know it, Hillary knows it, and we expect it to continue from now until Election Day.”

And according to NY Post, 52% of people polled say Hillary’s email ordeal “should be subject to a criminal investigation.”

So the only objective is for Hillary to get the nomination, however she can. Then, Democrats will still vote for her. That makes the nomination, by any means, the only objective. That’s how it worked so far. She asserted herself as the anointed one, early and often, as the heir apparent. For so long that they all believed her and no formidable challenger came. She locked up support.

But it was also based on stalling along the way. Stall investigations, stall opposition to the point where they finally have no other choice but her. Even if these problems surface, by then she’ll be their only choice. That’s what she wants and got. Obama built his election on the same inevitability premise.(belief) Make the thing, or person, so inevitable there’s no choice. Basically, the theory goes, people do not want to not believe.

The strategy is stall to prevail. After that it becomes only a series of events granting her the prize. Then, nothing that led up to it matters at all. In the end, people will have no choice. The beauty is Democrats fully admit they will still vote for her, no matter what truth outs. It is only a matter of means, just as Hillary believes it is only a matter of getting to the White House. Once there, the means shall matter not one bit. If it takes coming down with a nasty case of lies.(as Islamists justify jihad) After all, she expects Democrats to lie to themselves in order to support her.

Meanwhile, Hillary does the Hamptons. And any means necessary to nimination. Once achieved all the means suddenly become irrelevant. Just like the va-k in the Hamptons.

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Dear Jeb Letter

Dear Jeb,

I thought you had that nomination process all under control? You raised all that money and timed your announcement right. So what if you had to drown out other announcements of lesser candidates. I thought you were right on schedule, according to plan. Dubya is so looking forward to your run. You even have Mama Bush on your side now, after initially saying no more Bushes.

So what happened? A little billionaire came out and stole your thunder? But you were looking so good, even lost some weight. You raised tons of money. And yet you let a little old rich guy wreck your bandwagon on the beltway? I thought you were a little smarter than that. Now you are going to have to work and spend some of that money to defend yourself against attacks. Hey, that wasn’t part of the plan, now was it? Your Radio Flyer wagon got stuck in a traffic jam. How’s that going to look at the family reunion? You won’t be having the carefree wind in your hair photo-ops in daddy’s speedboat this summer. You might have to defend yourself. Do you think you can… I mean without getting ticked off the way you do?

Heck, you can hardly plan early how you are going to contrast yourself with Hillary when you got this train wreck to deal with right now. You still have to figure out all those differences. I know there are a lot of people that really would like to help you right now but, frankly, we are a bit concerned about your prospects — what with your waffling and positioning and such. You didn’t want to have to run in the current issues, and thought yourself above getting mired and drawn into recent political debates on issues. I guess you were surprised, uh? You didn’t want to get down into the fray on important events and say weaken your chances, but it looks like you did. Your nose was so far up in the air you didn’t see what was going on right in front of you.

So all that in mind, remember the big donations your were expecting? Well, maybe don’t count on all those just yet. Let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Besides, you haven’t even done the first debate yet. That’s right, Jeb, only the first one with plenty more. I don’t know about you but a lot of things can happen in debates. You might want to compare notes with Rick Perry on that. In fact, a lot can happen between debates too, depending on what you might say. It might be best if people hold off on, you know, rushing into the deep end too fast. Let’s all just take our time here, maybe take some time to think about things, clear the air.

Look on the plus side, Jeb, how many more people could possibly jump into this race? And say hello to Christie for me.

Your friend still,

Con-science.

 

PS: maybe go get yourself a pint of Chunky Monkey and do some soul searching.
I’ll be in touch.

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