January 26, 2018

"A senior adviser to Hillary Clinton’s 2008 presidential campaign who was accused of repeatedly sexually harassing a young subordinate was kept on the campaign at Mrs. Clinton’s request..."

"... according to four people familiar with what took place," the NYT reports.
Mrs. Clinton’s campaign manager at the time recommended that she fire the adviser, Burns Strider. But Mrs. Clinton did not. Instead, Mr. Strider was docked several weeks of pay and ordered to undergo counseling, and the young woman was moved to a new job.

Mr. Strider, who was Mrs. Clinton’s faith adviser, a co-founder of the American Values Network, and sent the candidate scripture readings every morning for months during the campaign, was hired five years later to lead an independent group that supported Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 candidacy, Correct the Record, which was created by a close Clinton ally, David Brock.

He was fired after several months for workplace issues, including allegations that he harassed a young female aide, according to three people close to Correct the Record’s management....

The woman’s experience and the reaction to it have not been previously reported. Until now, former Clinton associates were unwilling to discuss the events for publication.

But that changed in the wake of the #MeToo movement...
These people never cared at all. They're just afraid now that The Reckoning is closing in. It's too late to not be complicit. Hillary Clinton has zero credibility on the issue of sexual harassment. And the Democratic Party that pushed her on us as its candidate has basically no credibility either.

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Mad Boston Arab said...

just thought and observation, they referred to Hillary Clinton as "Mrs." not "Ms."

Curious George said...

Bill was also a senior advisor. SP that's two. Right #IngaKnew?

Virgil Hilts said...

I can at some level understand psychopaths like HW - he's just an evil, sick scumbag.
I can almost understand how a successful really attractive guy, who has no moral sense, would get into the habit of sexually harassing women he worked with and maybe occasionally even "scoring" through the effort.
But guys like this one, who are middle-aged and not at all attractive -- what is the possible payoff of hitting on cute young women who would have no rational reason to be attracted to you? Is there some thrill in triggering looks of disgust and repulsion? I really, really, really do not get it.

Etienne said...

Focus on the dead people the Clinton's left behind. The people who are still alive can deal with their own decadence and sybaritism.

The honorable way forward is to take their wealth and distribute it to the destitute, and leave them and their filthy clan before a cliff with rabid dogs growling and pushing near.

Meow...

rhhardin said...

Hillary's indifference to sexual harassment is about her only good point.

Bob Matthews said...

Isn't this just another thing that "everybody knew" but was kept hidden from the masses to protect Hillary? It's being publicized now because the Democratic party leaders don't want Hillary to run again. If she makes another move towards running, look for worse stuff to come out.

Tim in Vermont said...

Democrats should have renounced the Clintons way back when, not given them the nomination, Etienne. You know, like they should have denounce Harvey Weinstein.

But for liberals, history always begins with today’s talking points, and since the Democrats don’t want to defend Clinton anymore, well, “We have always been at war with East Asia.”

Matthew Sablan said...

I guess Bill Clinton was technically also an advisor.

Birkel said...

I do not like split infinitives.

lgv said...

Mr. Strider, who was Mrs. Clinton’s faith adviser, a co-founder of the American Values Network,

I'm sorry, but that just made me laugh.

..independent group that supported Mrs. Clinton’s 2016 candidacy, Correct the Record, which was created by a close Clinton ally, David Brock

"Correct the Record", are you kidding me? More importantly, how can something created by David Brock be labeled "independent"?

I'm sure Hillary rated Strider doings as a 2 on the Bill Clinton 1-10 scale of sexual harassment. I mean she did nothing about the guy who scored a 10. No big deal.


Tim in Vermont said...

It’s amazing to me how reluctant that Democrats, who claim to despise then, are to accept the depths of their depravity, to coin a phrase.

Actually, a picture of the Clintons should be with the definition of “Depths of depravity” in the dictionary of cliches

donald said...

Well Virgil, as a guy kinda meeting that description, ya never know what can happen if ya gotta just a Little game.

Or so I hear.

Comanche Voter said...

A woman who focused on tamping down "bimbo eruptions" is not fit to lead the #metoo movement.
Frankly she's not much fit for anything else either. Every day I wake up with the glorious thought, "Hillary is not President". Puts a mile on my face even before my first cuppa joe.

bagoh20 said...

I think Hillary may be half lizard. The Lizard Queen.

Tim in Vermont said...

donald sure posts a lot like Peanut Butters.

MikeR said...

#SheKnew

DKWalser said...

Hillary Clinton has zero credibility on the issue of sexual harassment. And the Democratic Party that pushed her on us as its candidate has basically no credibility either.

Truth! I've never understood why this wasn't obvious ever since Bill was in office. Of course, the Democrats have also been the party of racists AND those that benefit from racial preferences and race-baiting. How was the party of the KKK able to successfully paint Republicans as racist all these years and how has the party of Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton been able to credibly claim it was the Republicans who were waging a war on women?

Christopher said...

But that changed in the wake of the #MeToo movement..

No, it changed in the wake of Hillary losing.

I do not care, not even a little.

Tim in Vermont said...

“The children are watching” LOL, what a tone deaf bitch. Completely surrounded by sycophants, like the Queen of Hearts in that cartoon, anybody not a sycophant is terrified. Clueless about how the people not subject to her wrath feel about her.

I once watched a documentary on Hillary while I was in the UK, and they had an interview with the actress who played “Louise” in the Harry and Louse ads. She said that Hillary demanded that she make a counter ad, like the new Sprint ads with the “Can you hear me now?” guy. She said that Hillary said that she had “friends in Hollywood [Harvey Weinstein] who could be very good for her career, or very bad for it.” The actress said that she was shocked. She was a Democrat, and this was how she imagined Republicans acted. I wish I could remember the name of it.

Anyway, they got to her apparently, because her more recent public statements are all full on pro Hillary. It would be hell in Hollywood to have to navigate your career around one man black-list Harvey.

Big Mike said...

Hillary believed that women should be proud to be harassed and groped and humiliated, if it advances her candidacy. Who knew that standing with Her meant getting harassed?

Jersey Fled said...

The only thing surprising about this report is that it was published in the NYT. Maybe someone with a less sensitive gag reflex can tell me if CNN picks up the story.

John Tuffnell said...

In this era of fakeness, Burns Strider sounds like a fake name you might use in a bar.

Tim in Vermont said...

If Hillary had won, Harvey Weinstein, close friend and patron of the President, gets the Ronan Farrow story spiked. She knew how to deal with shit like that.

Tim in Vermont said...

Meanwhile, some of the new FBI texts are comedy gold.

steve uhr said...

This is about as surprising as Trump having an affair ten years ago. But he doesn't ride a high horse.

Similar to hillarys sudden about face on gay marriage while saying she was always a great supporter of the lgbt community.

Jupiter said...

Mad Boston Arab said...
just thought and observation, they referred to Hillary Clinton as "Mrs." not "Ms."

Yes, interesting. Later in the article;

"Ms. O’Connell, who is currently chief executive officer of the Democratic National Committee ...".

Do you suppose she's married?

John Tuffnell said...

One word description for Hillary: Corrupt.

Two-word description: Corrupt Enabler.

Three-word description (and my favorite): Waddling Criminal Enterprise

Door No. 3 encompasses 1 & 2.

Curious George said...

"Mr. Strider did not respond to multiple requests for comment."

"Ms. Solis Doyle also declined to comment."

Hey NYT, why don't you ask that fucking she-beast Hillary for a comment.

Chuck said...

Althouse: These people never cared at all. They're just afraid now that The Reckoning is closing in. It's too late to not be complicit. Hillary Clinton has zero credibility on the issue of sexual harassment. And the Democratic Party that pushed her on us as its candidate has basically no credibility either.

I don't disagree!

But what of it? Are you searching for someone who has credibility? Who isn't "complicit"?

I take it that Althouse's underlying point is that Democrats -- and most particularly Clinton Democrats -- can't scold Republicans, and most particularly Trump and Trump-supporting Republicans, on the subject of sexual harassment.

So stipulated, counsel.

I'm not a Clinton Democrat. And if pushed hard enough, I might not be a Trump Republican. I am certainly not going to defend/rationalize/diminish/downplay any of the sexual harassment allegations made against Trump. The ones that in more than 200 posts tagged with "sexual harassment" since the beginning of The Reckoning, Althouse has barely mentioned, and no more than a small handful of times, usually indirectly.

I have no hypocrisy to answer for on this one. I find both Clintons and Trump to be equally distasteful, with a bit of a policy nod going to Trump.

Jupiter said...

"The Democrat's new CEO is a lesbian abortion activist | News | LifeSite"

Ah, well, maybe that explains why she is "Ms. O'Connell".

NYT; "Ms. Solis Doyle also declined to comment."

Wikipedia on Ms. Doyle;

"She resides in Washington, D.C., with her husband (Jim Doyle, a Harvard Law graduate) and two children."

Huh.


Jake said...

I'm SHOCKED!

Nonapod said...

Closely investigating, examining, analyzing, and dissecting anything about the Clintons is like looking underneath old rotting logs in the depths of an ancient forest that has been horrifically infested with diseases, blights, and parasites for centuries. I'm beyond being surprised by the depths of the Clinton's decadence and depravity. I just know that filth naturally attracts filth, so it's no shock that one of their acolytes would be such a disgusting sample.

Ray said...

Steve Wynn is the latest #metoo to come out...

https://www.wsj.com/articles/dozens-of-people-recount-pattern-of-sexual-misconduct-by-las-vegas-mogul-steve-wynn-1516985953

exhelodrvr1 said...

So Obama also has no credibility.

Ray said...

The we are open for business is a cliche. It's interesting how Trump played it, along with his American First statements, by saying he expected other leaders to put their nations first. How un-Globalist, and saying this at the top Globalist shindig - Pure Trump!

rcocean said...

Well, now we know where Hillary got her "values" from.

Women need to look out when they're around lay preachers, Faith counselors, and ethics advisers,etc. "Wolf in sheep's clothing".

Not to mention "Male Feminists".

Unless they are Gay. But that's a whole nother problem.

EDH said...

John Tuffnell said...
In this era of fakeness, Burns Strider sounds like a fake name you might use in a bar.

"He is known in the wild as Strider. His true name you must discover for yourself."

Tim in Vermont said...

CNN. “This proves it’s a bi-partisan issue, not just Republicans!”

rcocean said...

Burns Strider. Yeah, what a name. Sounds like a Film character.

General Burns H. Strider

Reminds me of Homer's new name: Max Power.

Eric the Fruit Bat said...

At least when he kissed her on the forehead it's safe to assume he didn't slip her the tongue.

rcocean said...

At least Hillary is consistent. Very tolerant.

Hillary in 2020: She won't rush to judgment.

Tim in Vermont said...

I have no hypocrisy to answer for on this one. I find both Clintons and Trump to be equally distasteful, with a bit of a policy nod going to Trump.

I think the issue is more, in Althouse’s mind, I am guessing, as somebody who would rather be a Democrat, and who identifies culturally with liberals, is that the New York Times and the Democratic Party have squandered their credibility.

There are already enough pixels dedicated to Trump’s depravity, nobody can be unaware of it at this point. But still, I was just watching CNN, and they were professing shock, shock! that this “feminist stalwart” accepted this behavior.

Hillary Clinton knew all about Harvey Weinstein, how many readers of the New York Times know that? The Times didn’t see fit to print it. The Stormy Daniels thing got zero traction because nobody on this side is “shocked! SHOCKED!”

Clyde said...

"Faith adviser"? I think they misspelled Rasputin.

StephenFearby said...

I notice the NYT (AKA, American Pravda) didn't allow readers to offer an online comment about this article.

Not surprising.

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Jupiter said...

It's hard to see how this is anything but a hit piece on Clinton. What they call a "stay-down" punch.

Lyssa said...

Mad Boston Arab said...
just thought and observation, they referred to Hillary Clinton as "Mrs." not "Ms."

At some point during her husband's campaign, she specified that she preferred to be called "Mrs." This was about the same time that she was trying to give out cookie recipes and generally soften her image for the cameras. Of course, she's never been able to directly walk that back, and the media still feels obligated to pretend that this was, of course, her true preference and not some naked political posture.

I'm not happy about Trump, but this is about the 100th time that I've been grateful that I won't someday have to experience my now-toddler daughter learning about Hillary Clinton's historic role as the first female president.

Sebastian said...

"These people never cared at all. They're just afraid now that The Reckoning is closing in." True. They care about power. Everything else is means to that end.

"And the Democratic Party that pushed her on us as its candidate has basically no credibility either." "Basically"? They never had any credibility, after FDR and JFK and LBJ and WJC. But, unlike some retired law profs, progs don't care about "credibility." The next prog to vote GOP to send Dems a message over this will be the first.

Bay Area Guy said...

I am in Bend, Oregon, a lovely place, with a light snowfall, in a happy mood, reading the following quotes by Althouse:

"Hillary Clinton has zero credibility on the issue of sexual harassment."

This makes me happy.

"And the Democratic Party that pushed her on us as its candidate has basically no credibility either."

This makes me even more happy.

The Dems don't care about sexual harassment. They care about it, if they can use to nail their opponents (like Clarence Thomas or Bob Packwood). They don't care about it, if it hurts their supporters like Bill Clinton or the campaign flunky described above.

James K said...

Is there some thrill in triggering looks of disgust and repulsion? I really, really, really do not get it.

I presume that like HW, he thought that being in a position of some power and status might get him a score that he would otherwise never hope for. He didn't have as much power as HW, but it's the same phenomenon.

Jupiter said...

"I simply do not find it plausible to argue that every member of the Republican party is superior in morals to every member of the Democratic party. Even more absurd would be the argument that every person who votes for a Republican is morally superior to every person who votes for a Democrat."

I'll agree with your first point. As to your second, I suppose there are moral Democrats and immoral Republicans. But voting for a Democrat is an immoral act.

Tim in Vermont said...

wwww,
Your voters ran her for President, the candidate of her party, despite her sordid past.

No, you don’t get a pass. You guys forced me to vote for Donald Trump. Something I did not want to do.

William Chadwick said...

Republicans have their own problems; but as for morel Democrats, if your agenda is based on coercion (as modern statist pseudo-liberalism is), you're in no position to lecture anyone about morality.

As for Queen Cacklepants covering for a sexual harasser . . . is anyone really surprised by this?

"Liberalism . . . ideas so good they have to be mandatory."

Tim in Vermont said...

I love how the Democrats are trying to disentangle themselves from the Clintons, all the while, never acknowledging obvious truths about them, such as this was the most trivial thing she tolerated, by far, that has come to light, and your party simply did not care, and it’s voters went along.

The New York Times did not care. Now that she’s a loser? Well still nobody on the Democrat side is going to look into the malfeasance, and general depravity of the Clintons. So yeah, until Democrats as a group denounce this pair, Democrats, as a group are immoral.

exhelodrvr1 said...

Waiting for Chelsea's tweet ...

Earnest Prole said...

America needs Hillary like a fish needs a bicycle.

exiledonmainstreet said...

How was the party of the KKK able to successfully paint Republicans as racist all these years and how has the party of Ted Kennedy and Bill Clinton been able to credibly claim it was the Republicans who were waging a war on women?

1/26/18, 2:08 PM

1. They Dems had the media covering for them.
2. The GOPe is terrible at offense. They're above all that. Or they were, until Trump came along.

Qwinn said...

If you're an immoral person looking to become a politician, which party are you going to run with? The one that is guaranteed to have 99% of the media run cover for every immoral thing you do, or the party that regularly gets media hit pieces distorting completely normal behavior to sound as evil as possible?

Maintain this incentive structure for a few decades, and yeah, one party being far more moral than the other isn't just not absurd, it's entirely predictable.

walter said...

I saw a Burns Strider at Planet Fitness.

Bay Area Guy said...

"I simply do not find it plausible to argue that every member of the Republican party is superior in morals to every member of the Democratic party. "

Agreed, but Strawman. Nobody argues this. Yes, there are a lot of screwed up Republicans. Duh.

The problem is the Democratic Party apparatus. They are the problem. They suck, don't like Capitalism, don't like liberty, don't like judeo-Christian values, don't accept American culture, heritage or traditions. They do want us all to be gender-neutral, socialist, atheists, who bikes to work or drive a Prius.

David-2 said...

Hillary is so competent she chooses a sexual harasser as a "faith adviser" - and then keeps him once she finds out!

Will her fan club ever - I mean ever - recognize what a total fraudulent lie her persona as the "most competent whatever" of all time is? (That persona that they themselves built up?)

Rusty said...

Jesus Christ! can't any male democrat control their hard on?

bagoh20 said...

"Maintain this incentive structure for a few decades, and yeah, one party being far more moral than the other isn't just not absurd, it's entirely predictable."

Great point Qwinn.

traditionalguy said...

Did you see the Lesbian President of Michigan State University being challenged by a Dr Nassar abused gymnastic student demanding why she covered up for Nasser for 18 months, but now acts like she cares, I say CARES. The student says she doesn't believe her.

We are into MLK territpry. King said that the big sinners are those who know of the injustice and hold their silence.

Which is into Secret Society territory. All Secret Society secrets must be kept or else you are targeted for termination.

Which gets us back into DJT's courage to speak out territory.

bagoh20 said...

"They do want us all to be gender-neutral, socialist, atheists, who bikes to work or drive a Prius."

...and fly the world on private jets, like their heroes do.

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Rob said...

Hillary's faith adviser was a sexual harasser. And by pure coincidence, so was Bill's. Funny how that happens.

Paul Zrimsek said...

Correct the Record

You know, the job Winston Smith had in Nineteen Eighty-Four.

readering said...

Commenters here like a sowing circle.

wwww said...
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Tim in Vermont said...

Well wwww, if you are not a Democrat and didn’t vote for Hillary in the general, that let’s you off the hook, but your question was about the Democratic Party, which ran her, with the support of it’s voters, who continue to defend him and her, to this day.

Michael K said...

It's fun watching Schiff try to cover for this whole bunch.

Tim in Vermont said...

Our family refuses to vote if we find the candidates unacceptable.

Well, in my conscience, that was a vote for Hillary, something I couldn’t live with.

Did you vote for Hillary?

Jupiter said...

Tim in Vermont said...

"You guys forced me to vote for Donald Trump. Something I did not want to do."

Uh, Tim, maybe you should tell us which of the possible Democratic candidates you would have chosen over Trump. Jill? Bernie? Bloomberg? Jeb!?

rcocean said...

I always thought the idea of Hillary having a "faith adviser" sending her bible passages was hilarious.

Remember when Bill and Hill went to Church with an X-tra large size Bible? LOL!

Of course, they learned all this is Arkansas, where they posed as big Christians because peeps down there used to expect it. Of course, Bill & Hill, left Arkansas as soon as they could - headed for Martha's Vineyard and DC - and never looked back.

I assume Chelsea will convert to Judaism - or maybe Islam - when she finds it convenient.

Mary Beth said...

Mrs. Clinton’s candidacy has been cited as an inspiration for the #MeToo movement, but she has not played a visible role in it. After several Hollywood actresses told The Times and The New Yorker that Harvey Weinstein, a longtime friend and donor to the Clintons, had harassed or assaulted them, Mrs. Clinton spoke out against his behavior, saying in a statement that she was “shocked and appalled by the revelations.”

How did Hillary inspire any of the #MeToo movement? I could see some people being inspired to try to keep her from running again.

walter said...

"Mr Strider is also the founder and president of the American Values Network, a nonprofit that works to get young Americans involved in progressive causes. He formerly served as an adviser to Democratic House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi. He has written articles for the Religion News Service with titles like: “The Quiet, Unshakable Faith Of Hillary Clinton”.

According to a bio on the website for Eleison Group, a company he founded, Mr Strider is considered the “’faith and values’ guru for the Democratic Party”.

AReasonableMan said...

Trouble in Paradise?:

Melania Trump has been spending nights at a posh D.C. HOTEL since the president was accused of having a fling with porn star Stormy Daniels

AReasonableMan said...

Tim in Vermont said...
You guys forced me to vote for Donald Trump.


My Bullshit Meter just broke.

walter said...

Hey Chuck,

Jimmy Kimmel
‏Verified account @jimmykimmel
17h17 hours ago

I am pleased to announce that the very gifted @StormyDaniels will be on #Kimmel Tuesday 1/30 after the #StateOfTheUnion. I have MANY QUESTIONS! #MAGA

tcrosse said...

They say that if you fall off your Moral High Horse you should get back on again right away, eh ?

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Khesanh 0802 said...

@ARM I hope that you keep us informed of all the salacious gossip re: Trump and Melania. Like Ann's sacrificing herself to read the NYT, it will save us all a great deal of time and angst.

tcrosse said...

Is it possible to be fascinated with the salacious details of another man's marriage without being a drooling pervert ?

Unknown said...

Whether there are flawed Republicans or not, the party stands for traditional moral values. That's why Republicans are conservative.

Whether there are upright and moral Democrats, the party stands for non-traditional and immoral 'values.' That's a consequence of collecting single issue voters groups as a coalition -- or maybe a consequence of so-called liberal values. Or some combination.

It is surprising when a Republican gets caught with his pants down (or I guess her skirt up), it is not surprising when a Democrat gets caught.

walter said...

To be fair, it would have been quite jarring for the Democrat party to have a change in Faith Advising...
What would people say?

Lewis Wetzel said...

Hey, ARM, let's discuss the relationship between Hillary & Bill Clinton. Unlike Trump, you believe she is fully qualified for the office of president. Remember when threw a lamp at him & gave him a shiner?
You broke my bullshit meter, ARM.

Drago said...

readering: "Commenters here like a sowing circle"

Commenters here like
a sowing circle ___ ____
___ ___ ___ ___ ___......

Are you going to finish your haiku or not?

I mean, don't leave us with just "crumbs" of your deep thoughts.

LOL

Tim in Vermont said...

OK, Let me state it more precisely, the Democratic Party created a situation both by hyping the Trump candidacy, as is documented in Wikileaks, and by running Hillary, where the only choice my conscience would allow, was a vote for Trump.

I am quite happy with him now, but I try to avoid revisionism, and at the time I would have voted for Bernie over Trump. Obviously hindsight is 20/20, but I am talking about election day.

AReasonableMan said...

Lewis Wetzel said...
you believe she is fully qualified for the office of president.


Facts not in evidence. For one thing she didn't win the electoral college.

Tim in Vermont said...

ARM never defends the Clintons. He doesn’t have to because he says that anything worse than a regrettable blow job, and sadly, some money grubbing, is just “conspiracy theories.”

It’s like the guy has zero self awareness. Then he uses Aristotle as an avatar!

Bay Area Guy said...

Stormy Daniels on Jimmy Kimmel! Trump had boring sex with her (albeit consensual). Then, his lawyers paid me 130K to shut up!

The Dems have a come a long way from Trump conspiring with Putin to steal the election, haven't they?

Nobody cares about Trump's sex life before the election, sorry. I am sure though that he banged a lotta babes, probably outside of his 3 marrisges. That's what rich powerful people do.

robother said...

Does readering mean, an "As ye reap, so shall Ye sow" circle? Or a sowing wild oats circle?

madAsHell said...

Commenters here like a sowing circle.

It's a sewing circle moron!! Sowing circle would be a euphemism for a circle jerk.

Tommy Duncan said...

Blogger Jupiter said...

"The Democrat's new CEO is a lesbian abortion activist | News | LifeSite"


Do lesbian abortion activists use artificial insemination to get pregnant so they can exercise their abortion rights? Otherwise, why would a lesbian care about abortion?

Bay Area Guy said...

The "Get Trump" squad is a cloned army of Wile E. Coyote and Maxwell Smart.

Bay Area Guy said...

The mere label "Lesbian abortion activist" screams of unfuckability.

Bob Boyd said...

"The woman’s experience and the reaction to it have not been previously reported. Until now, former Clinton associates were unwilling to discuss the events for publication."

I read that to mean the NYT knew about this, but like the picture of Obama with Farrakhan, it was covered up. And if Hillary had won, they would still be covering it up.

Etienne said...

Trouble in Paradise?

Probably not. Even the President has said the White House is a shithole.

There's probably pubic hairs from who knows where, the place is so dirty.

traditionalguy said...

Lesbians support free abortion so their targeted young girls do not accidentally date a man and get impregnated and have to marry a father who supports them and and raises that happy family. It is their planned method to keep their women harem available to them.

Jupiter said...

AReasonableMan said...
"My Bullshit Meter just broke."

I think more likely you just discovered it was broken. It's been broken for a long time, as long as I can recall.

Jupiter said...

Bay Area Guy said...
"The mere label "Lesbian abortion activist" screams of unfuckability."

Unfuckable, and yet totally fucked. Go figure.

Drago said...

ARM: "Facts not in evidence"

Says golden showers fake dossier guy.

History began anew this morning.

And every morning.

Fritz said...

David-2 said...
Hillary is so competent she chooses a sexual harasser as a "faith adviser" - and then keeps him once she finds out!

Will her fan club ever - I mean ever - recognize what a total fraudulent lie her persona as the "most competent whatever" of all time is? (That persona that they themselves built up?)


Does anyone take seriously the notion that Hillary takes any advice on faith? She has faith in nothing beyond her entitlement. My guess is that he was a dirty tricks operator.

Bay Area Guy said...

Donald Trump would almost certainly not grab the pussy of a lesbian abortion activist.

William said...

Nice touch that he sent her scripture readings. Still, it doesn't surpass the Rev. Jackson who took his own mistress along when he went to the White House to offer Bill Clinton pastoral counseling during the Lewinsky affair......I know this is printed in the NYT, but this will circle once in the porcelain bowl and then be flushed down the memory hole. How many jokes do you think Kimmel or Colbert will make about this? About as many as were made about the Rev. Jackson's pastoral counseling.......I would be surprised if a Las Vegas casino tycoon didn't sexually harass his employees. It would be hypocritical for him not to. Las Vegas casino tycoons stand for something.

Lewis Wetzel said...

"Blogger Bay Area Guy said...
The "Get Trump" squad is a cloned army of Wile E. Coyote and Maxwell Smart."
Lol. I think that I will call the Times & tell them that I have first hand knowledge that Trump does not use The Cones of Silence to communicate classified information. The Times will make a major scandal of it.

robother said...

Gotta admit, "Burns Strider, Faith Advisor" has great ring to it, almost in the same league as "Bond, James Bond."
Some starry-eyed young Clintonista might well have fallen for his invitation to deepen her biblical knowledge.

Tom said...

I’m almost certain that the #metoo campaign was a Democratic hitjob on the Clintons. There was a lot of collateral damage and it exposed a lot of legimitmate issues. But it’s hitting too close to Hillary for it not to be a targeted campaign. The Weinstein money train was nuked. Bill Clinton is neutralized. The left now have to believe Bill’s accusers because the left must believe accusers never lie. Plus, it wasn’t likely that liberal women would accuse conservative men because liberal women don’t spend much time with conservative men. (So they project the actions of liberal men on conservative men). Nope, it’s the liberal men who have used the mask of feminism as a route into panties since the 60s and they were simply too close to the blast zone. (And, they 100% deserve what they’re getting)


Now, logic ain’t the Left’s best skill. But it doesn’t take Mr. Spock to make the connection that the DNC needed the Clintons gone for 2018 and 2020 elections and #metoo just conveniently did the job exceptionally (well, at least a flesh wound (pun!))

Anyone want to take a wild guess at what the text messages between Donna Braizille and Oprah Whifrey look like? Yeah, #metoo

Inga said...

More allegations...

http://www.businessinsider.com/steve-wynn-accused-of-sexual-assault-2018-1

Billionaire casino mogul and RNC finance chair Steve Wynn accused of sexual assault

Dozens of people have accused Steve Wynn, a billionaire casino mogul who serves as the Republican National Committee's finance chairman, of sexual misconduct, The Wall Street Journal reported.

In one case, the report says, Wynn paid a $7.5 million settlement to a manicurist who accused him of forcing her to have sex with him in 2005.

Wynn donated $729,217 to the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who has called him a "great friend."

hombre said...

Chuck: "I have no hypocrisy to answer for on this one. I find both Clintons and Trump to be equally distasteful, with a bit of a policy nod going to Trump."

"Equally distasteful"? Therein lies the essential Chuck: Oblivious to his own lack of discernment.

LarsPorsena said...

Inga said...
More allegations...

http://www.businessinsider.com/steve-wynn-accused-of-sexual-assault-2018-1

Billionaire casino mogul and RNC finance chair Steve Wynn accused of sexual assault


Oh no!!! Not Steve (Mr Vegas) Wynn!!!! AAARRRGGGGHHHH!!!
How will the alt-right and Naziz recover from this????

Drago said...

I see Inga found a new shiny object to avoid the obvious with Menendez.

Unexpectedly.

Drago said...

LarsPorsena: "Oh no!!! Not Steve (Mr Vegas) Wynn!!!! AAARRRGGGGHHHH!!!
How will the alt-right and Naziz recover from this????"

I predict that in no more than 12 hours we will hearing all about how Steve Wynn is actually the one running the Republican Party.

I'll even bet that '"He Who Must Be Listened To" Charlie Sykes of the Galactically Important Greater Milwaukee Talk Radio Market Which Actually Covers Some Counties That Are Quite conservative H8terz" will say the same!

Inga said...

“Oh no!!! Not Steve (Mr Vegas) Wynn!!!! AAARRRGGGGHHHH!!!
How will the alt-right and Naziz recover from this????”

Lord only knows!

AReasonableMan said...

Jupiter said...
I think more likely you just discovered it was broken.


No, it working fine just the other day, when I listened to Trump talking about immigration. The siren was blaring the whole time. It took some unusually strong bullshit to break it because I had bought the Trump-Proof™ XL Balloon BS upgrade at the start of last year.

I will admit that it did take a bit of beating listening to Zinke explain why Florida will not be getting any offshore oil drilling. This could have weakened it, but Tim's BS was too strong for the thing. That's clear.

Kevin said...

I'm not a Clinton Democrat.

Well then, what kind of Democrat are you?

Lewis Wetzel said...

I know a Russian guy. For $30 he will say that Steve Wynn tried to buy Hillary's missing emails.

robother said...

Steve Wynn? Well, they say even a blind squirrel can occasionally come up with a nut or two. Viva Las Vegas!

Paul Jackson said...

One of your best summations/take on an article. I couldn't agree more with your sentiment. Maybe the "powers that be" finally see the writing on the wall and are done with the Clintons. How on earth are they going to move to the center/right on a pocketbook issue, that they previously owned, when their base now is farther left than ever.

William Chadwick said...

Yes, ARM using Aristotle as an avatar tickles me too. He should more fittingly be using Hegel, the High Priest of State Cultism.


Kevin said...

The Dems don't care about sexual harassment. They care about it, if they can use to nail their opponents (like Clarence Thomas or Bob Packwood).

Cue Inga's redirect from discussing Hillary's actions to someone with closer ties to the Republican Party.

3, 2, 1... Billionaire casino mogul and RNC finance chair Steve Wynn accused of sexual assault

BINGO!

Jupiter said...

AReasonableMan said...

"No, it working fine just the other day, when I listened to Trump talking about immigration."

Why ARM, I thought it was "just the other day" that you were assuring us you were not in favor of open borders. Sounds like you've backslid. You will find that those slopes really are slippery. Would you care to quote a statement the President made on the subject of immigration which you determined was BS?

Tim in Vermont said...

Wynn donated $729,217 to the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who has called him a “great friend."

Gee, I guess I should have voted for the Democrat, then I would have voted for somebody who didn’t get huge donations from Harvey Weinstein style creeps...

Oh, wait.

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

Hillary's husband has a life-long list of women accusers who are most certainly all lying.

AReasonableMan said...

New Jersey doctor kills himself in prison after being accused of 'orchestrating murder-for-hire plot on his radio host wife to stop her exposing his biker gang drug ring'

The country is getting classier and classier.

Drago said...

ARM: "The country is getting classier and classier."

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-5197675/Hundreds-protest-Sweden-series-gang-rapes.html

snip: "Hundreds protest in Sweden after police told women to ‘stay inside or walk in pairs’ after series of violent gang rapes of teenage girls"

Sweden just keeps getting classier and classier.

Night Owl said...

Qwinn @3:22 said:

If you're an immoral person looking to become a politician, which party are you going to run with? The one that is guaranteed to have 99% of the media run cover for every immoral thing you do, or the party that regularly gets media hit pieces distorting completely normal behavior to sound as evil as possible?

Maintain this incentive structure for a few decades, and yeah, one party being far more moral than the other isn't just not absurd, it's entirely predictable.


Couldn't have said it better myself. The so-called elite media owe the American public an apology for the corruption that they fostered in the Democratic Party with their decades of biased reporting. Since we won't ever get it, let them get Trumped good and hard.

Same for the DNC. They owe the American public an apology for rigging the primaries in order to push the foul Clintons back on us again in 2016. If they had any sense of decency they would feel ashamed. They can get Trumped, too.

Drago said...

http://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-south-yorkshire-28939089

snip: "Rotherham child abuse scandal: 1,400 children exploited, report finds"

Great Britain just keeps getting classier and classier.

Drago said...

http://www.businessinsider.com/homicides-hit-new-high-mexico-alongside-increase-in-robberies-2017-11

snip: "Homicides have hit a new high in Mexico — but that's not the only sign of growing insecurity"

Mexico just keeps getting classier and classier.

Tim in Vermont said...

The country is getting classier and classier

Yeah, it’s all because of that son of a bitch Trump and his fucking war.... Wait a minute, he doesn’t have a war. We are just stuck in a morass that Barrack and Hillary started.

Drago said...

https://www.thelocal.fr/20170109/5000-more-jews-leave-france-for-israel

"Why 5,000 Jews emigrated from France to Israel last year"

France just keeps getting classier and classier.

Curious George said...

"Inga said...
More allegations...

http://www.businessinsider.com/steve-wynn-accused-of-sexual-assault-2018-1

Billionaire casino mogul and RNC finance chair Steve Wynn accused of sexual assault

Dozens of people have accused Steve Wynn, a billionaire casino mogul who serves as the Republican National Committee's finance chairman, of sexual misconduct, The Wall Street Journal reported.

In one case, the report says, Wynn paid a $7.5 million settlement to a manicurist who accused him of forcing her to have sex with him in 2005.

Wynn donated $729,217 to the inauguration of President Donald Trump, who has called him a "great friend.""

Inga trying to counter Hillary's actions with the acts of a doner. More proof that are resident dullard doesn't really give a rats ass about sexual abuse.

Excusing rape by Bill Clinton foe decades. And sexual abuse ignored by a Hillary staffer, you can rape all you want if you believe in the cause. Inga, what a disgraceful piece of shit human being. Human garbage. Flush twice, it's a long way to hell.

Drago said...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/worldviews/wp/2016/07/10/leaked-document-says-2000-men-allegedly-assaulted-1200-german-women-on-new-years-eve/?utm_term=.9f0ef6b3ab2f

snip: "WorldViews Leaked document says 2,000 men allegedly assaulted 1,200 German women on New Year’s Eve"

Germany just keeps getting classier and classier.

Tim in Vermont said...

Maybe Trump can make it up to National Review by starting a “nation building” war in North Africa?

Maybe he can console Hillary by continuing her ham-fisted military gambit into North Africa!

Then ARM would be able to rest easy, because priorities!

narciso said...

Krauts just gets mire and more clueless.

Lewis Wetzel said...

When I think of Hollywood now, I imagine a fast food outfit. The nineteen year old "manager" has a mullet. All his minimum wage workers are female teens with a black eye, and are obviously pregnant. The "manager" has a car covered with liberal political bumper stickers.
"So, if you want Friday night off, it's going to cost you, Shawnette."

Tim in Vermont said...

It’s top secret what Inga thinks about Juanita Broaddrick’s statements to federal investigators, lies punishable by prison, or the statements by the five other witnesses to the investigators. TOP SECRET!

But she is disappointed with him for taking advantage of that poor young intern. Forcible rape? Conspiracy theories! They should all be in prison now for lying to Federal investigators!

You can read all about it at Infowars... actually just kidding, you can read all about it at Slate, that alt right fever swamp.

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Inga said...

https://www.usatoday.com/story/money/2018/01/26/steve-wynn-accused-sexual-misconduct-report-says/1069839001/

Shares of Wynn Resorts plunged 10% in Friday trading after The Wall Street Journal reported allegations that billionaire CEO and chairman Steve Wynn engaged in sexual misconduct with company employees over decades.

The report quoted accounts in which dozens of people who worked at Wynn casinos said his behavior represented a pattern of sexual misconduct, including allegedly pressuring some employees to perform sex acts with him.

Tim in Vermont said...

Yeah, we remember how concerned you were about Bill Clinton, Inga. So your disapproval carries extra weight.

robother said...

Inga and The Reasonable Man comments allow us to see in real time the workings of the Democrat Alternative Reality Machine. Whenever inconvenient facts about any Democrat leader surface, they desperately look for the distracting squirrel (Steve Wynn, some doctor-biker who murdered his wife in NJ). I can almost picture them at their computers, hands to ears "La, La, La I can't hear you Ann!"

Tim in Vermont said...

Stormy “The Squirrel” Daniels!

AllenS said...

AReasonableMan said...
The country is getting classier and classier.

Nonsense. The country couldn't get any classier than when Ted Kennedy killed that girl and her unborn child, ran like the chickenshit coward that he was. Lawyered up, paid a small fine, and was re-elected over and over. Don't get much classier than that.

Tim in Vermont said...

http://money.cnn.com/data/markets/dow/

I blame Trump!

Short fingers or no, America is saying “I didn’t know indexes could get that big!”

Inga said...

“Inga and The Reasonable Man comments allow us to see in real time the workings of the Democrat Alternative Reality Machine.”

Every single day an alternate reality is presented to you folks here. As for Hillary, I’m glad now that I didn’t vote her. For a while I thought I wasted my vote, but I’m glad to know my instincts were right after all. As for the Steve Wynn story, I suspect it’s true as is the Hillary story.

Tim in Vermont said...

Set the DOW history do-dad to three years, and you can pick out election day. Democrats tell me it’s because the uncertainty of the election is over, but you know what? I was alive way back before the election, and everybody was pretty damn certain about the outcome, wrong, but certain!

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Tim in Vermont said...

As for Hillary, I’m glad now that I didn’t vote her.

Does it make sense to anybody that somebody could think that this was the last straw with Hillary unless that person also thinks that Broaddrick is lying, along with the five other witnesses?

Inga said...

“(Steve Wynn, some doctor-biker who murdered his wife in NJ).”

LOL! Really? You don’t know who Steve Wynn is? Are you confusing him with this Dr. James Kaufmann?

Tim in Vermont said...

http://www.slate.com/articles/news_and_politics/explainer/1999/03/is_juanita_broaddrick_telling_the_truth.html

Famous alt-right site Slate.com

You tell me how the Clinton spin holds up to modern standards.

Francisco D said...

Inga and ARM deciphered:

"Look! There's a squirrel!"

I guess the DNC website is slow in putting up talking points for fanatical leftists.

Tim in Vermont said...

http://www.bizpacreview.com/2017/10/08/trump-responds-harvey-weinstein-sex-abuse-hillary-hollywood-hypocrites-remain-mum-545905

That one is worth it to. check out the picture of a playful Hillary’s kittenish pawing of Mr Weinstein.

Drago said...

Inga: "LOL! Really? You don’t know who Steve Wynn is? Are you confusing him with this Dr. James Kaufmann?"

We all knew who Bill Clinton was, and you guys said to "move on".

Francisco D said...

Chuck is trying to polish his LLR credentials.

I'm not buying it for now, but time will tell.

Inga said...

Looks like Steve Wynn is the right’s Harvey Weinstein.

http://www.chicagotribune.com/business/ct-biz-steve-wynn-sexual-misconduct-allegations-20180126-story.html

Republican leaders remained silent Friday about allegations of sexual misconduct against casino mogul Steve Wynn, who serves as finance chairman of the Republican National Committee and would not say whether he plans to relinquish his role.

The accusations leveled against the businessman, a rival-turned-confidant of President Donald Trump, gave Democrats an opening to revive attacks on the GOP.

In recent months, Democrats and Republicans have called on the opposing party to return financial contributions or cut ties with prominent individuals accused of sexual misconduct. When allegations against entertainment executive Harvey Weinstein surfaced last fall, RNC Chairwoman Ronna Romney McDaniel and other GOP leaders quickly called on the Democratic National Committee, its House and Senate campaign arms and individual Democratic candidates and lawmakers to refund his thousands of dollars in donations.

Tim in Vermont said...

Trump didn’t get elected by donor money, which is why he has so few friends in Washington. He owes them nothing.

Howard said...

If this means we see the back of the Clintons, the dems just might have a shot at the mid terms.

Tim in Vermont said...

to refund his thousands of dollars in donations.

LOL, he bundled millions, and provided star power to events and fund-raisers.

robother said...

So, Inga, explain precisely how the allegations about Steve Wynn are in any way relevant to Ann's statement abut Hillary and her actions regarding her spiritual advisor Burns Strider? How can they be understood as anything but a lame "tu quoque" defense of Democrat Party and/or Hillary?

Are you really so obtuse that you don't see what you are doing here? If not, please illuminate us as why or how the allegations against Steve Wynn shed any light on Hillary's actions in the matter of her spiritual advisor,

Drago said...

Howard: "If this means we see the back of the Clintons, the dems just might have a shot at the mid terms"

Who will have the courage (and the necessary reflex action) to tell Hillary that she has to go away (and then dodge the inevitable projectile)?

Drago said...

Inga: "Looks like Steve Wynn is the right’s Harvey Weinstein."

Wow!

You mean Steve Wynn had the biggest republican law firm on retainer in order to hire ex-intelligence agents to harass and intimidate his victims?

I had not heard that.

Do you have any links to that?

LOL

Make sure you post ALL the underlying documents which prove it. I mean, you wouldn't want to violate the very rules you established just 48 hours ago....oh. Right.

That was 48 hours ago, so you've forgotten about it.

Inga said...

“Are you really so obtuse that you don't see what you are doing here? If not, please illuminate us as why or how the allegations against Steve Wynn shed any light on Hillary's actions in the matter of her spiritual advisor.”

Sweetie, most everything that could be said about the matter has been said on this thread. I also gave my opinion that I was relieved to have not voted for her and that I was glad I followed my instincts. What else would you like me to say? What do you have to say about Steve Wynn? Hmmm?

YoungHegelian said...

@William Chadwick,

Yes, ARM using Aristotle as an avatar tickles me too. He should more fittingly be using Hegel, the High Priest of State Cultism.

I suggest you actually read Hegel's Philosophy of Right rather than parrot Karl Popper's imbecilic interpretations of it. You might actually be surprised.

Drago said...

Inga: "What do you have to say about Steve Wynn?"

Hmm, I guess I would say Wynn should have donated to Hillary so she could defend and cover for him like she did for her rapist husband and rapist pal Weinstein about whom she was warned repeatedly for years.

Inga said...
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robother said...

Inga: "So's your old man" stopped being a debate-winning argument for most of us on this site somewhere around fourth grade. If you haven't progressed beyond that by now, I think we can safely conclude you're case is hopeless. Good luck in the sandbox.

Inga said...

Checking the tags on this blogpost, I noticed that “sexual harassment” was one of them, so I guess I’m really not off topic. However, I do understand that making mention of Steve Wynn is bothersone to those of you on the right. The reality of sexual assault and harassment is that it crosses all boundaries, left, right, rich, poor, religious, secular and on and on.

Tim in Vermont said...

As long as the Clintons have their Putin supported foundation to hand out cushy jobs to helpful people, getting rid of them is not going to be easy for the Democrats.

whitney said...

"These people never cared at all"

Not true, they care about power

Inga said...
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Inga said...

“Inga: "So's your old man" stopped being a debate-winning argument for most of us on this site somewhere around fourth grade.”

My dear man, I’m not debating or trying to win an argument. I am merely expressing my opinion and if that’s bothersome to you, then I’d say too damn bad.

AReasonableMan said...

RAMESH PONNURU said ...

If McGahn rebuffed Trump, it would fall into a pattern: His aides are much more likely than members of previous administrations to ignore or subvert the president’s expressed wishes. They are much more likely, as well, to view their job as managing and working around the president rather than carrying out his orders. This does not seem to me like a positive change in the practices of the executive branch, and it may not be a change that outlasts this presidency, but it is certainly one of the many ways that this presidency is different from its predecessors.

Inga said...

“RAMESH PONNURU said ...

If McGahn rebuffed Trump, it would fall into a pattern: His aides are much more likely than members of previous administrations to ignore or subvert the president’s expressed wishes. They are much more likely, as well, to view their job as managing and working around the president rather than carrying out his orders. This does not seem to me like a positive change in the practices of the executive branch, and it may not be a change that outlasts this presidency, but it is certainly one of the many ways that this presidency is different from its predecessors.”

They don’t want to go down with him.

Drago said...

Inga: "However, I do understand that making mention of Steve Wynn is bothersone to those of you on the right."

Maybe its because we were told in no uncertain terms for 20 years to shut up about it.

By you guys.

For obvious reasons.

So, just to be clear, we are no longer required to just "Move On dot Org", correct?

LOL

Tim in Vermont said...

They don’t want to go down with him

Keep hope alive!

Hey ARM, it’s been a while now since you’ve given us a report on Stormy “The Squirrel” Daniels!

Drago said...

Inga: "They don’t want to go down with him."

So now Ponnuru, who has been called a fascist and an Uncle Tom by the left, has absolute moral authority and must be lustened to?

Btw, where is all the underlying actual evidence this occurred? Weren't we just told that we need to see all underlying evidence in order to believe something?

Wow. The lefty rule changes are accelerating by the minute!

Tim in Vermont said...

“We talked about it, but best was not in terms of agents, (though that’s what I wrote) It’s about what the best outcome is. [redacted]” - Peter Strzok

You know, if the FBI didn’t spend so much effort covering for Hillary, maybe you guys could have run somebody else. But like with Wikileaks, it’s bad for us to know the truth.

Drago said...

I must have missed Ingas link to the evidence that an entire republican law firm had been retained to harass and threaten Steve Wynns alleged victims.

Howard said...

What Ponnuru says sounds plausible. Trump is not the decider, he's the delegator. Given that most people think he's in over his head, this sounds like a good thing.

Tim in Vermont said...

“The last thing you need is us going in [to the Hillary interview] loaded for bear, do you think she is going to remember or care that it was more doj than fbi?” - Lisa Page, worrying about whether Hillary was going to hold a grudge if they made her unhappy by, you know, investigating too hard.

Drago said...

"But like with Wikileaks, it’s bad for us to know the truth."

The dems and their LLR hack and Deep State pals really dont want us to see the
Summary of all their intercepts and spying on Trump either.

Gee, its almost like they have lots of things to hide while Mueller conjures up Scooter Libby like charges against Trump.

#DemsNotForTransparencyEver

Tim in Vermont said...

Given that most people think he’s in over his head, this sounds like a good thing.

Yeah, the people can’t be trusted. Democracy is a bad idea, and it’s important that the long term goals of the left are not undermined by, you know, the voters.

Inga said...
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Inga said...

“Btw, where is all the underlying actual evidence this occurred? Weren't we just told that we need to see all underlying evidence in order to believe something?”

Ask Mueller, the investigation is not finished yet, unlike Rep. Nunes’ report which is done and is ready to inform us of the terrible FISA abuses, so let’s see the goods!

Tim in Vermont said...

must have missed Ingas link to the evidence that an entire republican law firm had been retained to harass and threaten Steve Wynns alleged victims

Are you referencing David Boies law firm?

Candidates with famous last names have risen and fallen, but in the end, it will be Kirsten Gillibrand, the upstate Democratic congresswoman and former Boies, Schiller & Flexner partner, who will replace Hillary Rodham Clinton in the U.S. Senate, according to the New York Times and the Albany Times Union, which had the story basically locked up very early this morning.

You mean the Boise hired by the Clinton DoJ?

That law firm?

Tim in Vermont said...

Nunes’ report which is done and is ready to inform us of the terrible FISA abuses, so let’s see the goods!

I have been providing you with texts from Special Agent Strzok, Super Fixer, and his efforts to make sure that Hillary got the outcome she wanted from the investigation.

A lot of them came out in the past couple days, so be sure to not read them so that you can maintain your indignation at Trump.

Tim in Vermont said...

I love how when “Andy” says send the “best two” agents to the Hillary interview, Strzok wonders what “best” means. Then he later figures out it means the agents who will provide the “best” outcome, so as Lisa Page worries, Hillary won’t get mad.

narciso said...

Gillebrand worked there as a tobacco lawyer. Also tanya chutkin kicked off two fusion related cases, and handling the awan bros, which is related to operation cassandra that involved a Lebanese employee of Ukraine's export running coke from south America through West africa to Europe.

Drago said...

Its funny how Inga pretends the dems havent fought against every single disclosure for the last year!

In fact, the dems are currently unanimous behind the idea that folks are too dumb to understand the content.

They mistake everyone else for their own voice-actuated dem base voters.

Etienne said...

Is drago the inga beat reporter?

Do we need these reports?

Char Char Binks said...

#HillaryToo

narciso said...

From last nights movie thread:
http://.simonandschuster.com/books/The-Kremlins-Candidate/Jason-Matthews/The-Red-Sparrow-Trilogy/9781501140082

This final chapter was held up for year, while reality caught up with
The fiction we've been mulling over for a year

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

Tim said ...“The last thing you need is us going in [to the Hillary interview] loaded for bear, do you think she is going to remember or care that it was more doj than fbi?” - Lisa Page, worrying about whether Hillary was going to hold a grudge if they made her unhappy by, you know, investigating too hard.

1/26/18, 7:38 PM


The attitude was that Hillary was above the law. Untouchable. She' might be presdient, so, you know - she's off the hook. "She might become president" and they didn't want to piss her off. Really banana republic stuff. Not that I need to tell you. *Hillary needed to be indicted and prosecuted for breaking the law! * Not - we will treat her differently, because we are on the same D-team. But that's the modern leftist. Criminality doens't move their needle, or shake their principles. The left do not have any principles.


She should have been charged with a crime and then Trump would have faced a different candidate. The left refuse to see their protection of a criminal = Trump.

Inga said...

“Is drago the inga beat reporter?

Do we need these reports?”

He is my paparazzi.

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

#Hillary and Streep Knew.

Get your T-shirts.

#FLUSH HILLARYWOODLAND

Dickin'Bimbos@Home said...

Why do Strozk and Page still have employment at the FBI?

Jack Wayne said...

“My dear man, I’m not debating or trying to win an argument. I am merely expressing my opinion and if that’s bothersome to you, then I’d say too damn bad.”

This is the way a man writes who is pretending to be a woman.

narciso said...

Another book that probably could have potential is Terry Hayes I pilgrim, Hayes worked with George miller in some of his latter mad max projects.
The pilgrim refers to the codename for the mysterious operative that chasers the villain in this procedural/ spy thriller from the kingdom to Lebanon to Europe, Paris salonika and Frankfurt are some of the other set pieces. Think of silence of the lambs meets homeland.

Inga said...

“This is the way a man writes who is pretending to be a woman.”

Oh my gosh! My secret has been discovered!

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