What the Post SHOULD say: Communist oppression on display.
Tuesday, 13 February:
So, as one gazes upon the local telescreen and sees nothing but wife beaters at the White House and the default of 'Russiagate', there is real, actual news occurring.
A lot of which is pretty
To most of those who visit this site already know, the circus of the White House press corps serves but one reason, and that is to hurt the President whenever possible while giving comfort and cover to their masters on the progressive left.
Everyone knows this. No sense beating a dead horse.
To address the current controversy; a White House staffer named Rob Porter has been accused of spousal abuse by his two previous wives. He was, by all accounts, a talented and hard working asset
that the West Wing both liked and trusted.
The media has paraded the two women in the never ending (and hugely successful) series of attacks against anyone who has ever been rude to a woman. It could be 40 years ago, it doesn't matter what the context.
It's all very selectively reported, and while it has taken a toll of certain progressive politicians the country is well to be rid of -Al Franken of Minnesota a shining example- make no mistake. This is aimed at the conservative, male, and largely white
section of the populace.
It's meant to shut them up, derail their agenda and empower the embrace of feminist mysticism.
Using the Alinsky playbook of 'attack, ridicule and marginalize' it has been quite a gold mine for them. When one of their
own, like the reprobate Harvey Weinstein is outed for bad behavior they will gladly cut him to pieces to use as chum to feed the press pool sharks.
This allows a curtain of political openness.
Therefore, now that the politcal waters are
red with these sacrifices they can get what they really want, and that's any and all conservative males. Finding a heterosexual male who hasn't had a fierce argument with the opposite sex isn't hard.
For Porter it was the picture of the black eye. Now,
if one wants to split hairs keep in mind that Porter is a Mormon. They have a, shall we say unique, take on females. They are, like Muslims, more or less property.
A Mormon man can have multiple wives but the woman can't have multiple husbands. This
breeds a type of 'do what I say' authoritarianism within their cult, and that's what it is- a cult.
You will not hear this take anywhere else. Yet is seems terribly obvious. Christians are raised to respect women; not treat them like personal chattel.
Mormons are NOT 'Christians'.
The religion has far more in common with Scientology than Christianity, what with ET visitations and such, and the core precept of being in a 'better place' because of these beliefs. It is also, again like Islam,
an apocalyptic end-times system.
They didn't hollow out a mountain in Utah for the views, and many 'prepper' sites are Mormon owned.
Porter was obviously torn. A well educated and traveled man, he fit well in the Beltway. His work ethic -Mormons
are industrious by nature- propelled him to a powerful position. But his life with women was a different story.
His wives weren't Brigham Young style 'kept women'. They were independent and smart, and weren't going to stand for corporal punishment for
talking back or disrespect.
He planted the seeds for his own personal destruction. The fact that the Oval Office didn't get rid of him sooner is not a real story; it is a contrived outrage. He's gone, and according to insiders the West Wing is the lesser
because of it.
That, in a nutshell, is the story fully fleshed out. Like the progressives liked to say when the true criminal Bill Clinton beat and raped women, 'Move On'.
The media has beat this rug for over a week, doting over competing timelines.
Did the administration make a mess out of this? Sure.
Ultimately it is a small story. The big stuff isn't being discussed. The 'why' is obvious. The progressives are in a horrible state, the party they took over is in disarray and they have no
money and no viable candidate to take on Trump.
The Olympic story is one of extreme pressure by the administration on the rogue North Korean state that has forced them to 'talk nice' and downplay the nuclear armageddon thing. There are changes happening
on the Korean peninsula and they are all good.
Thanks largely to one Donald J Trump.
The Russia conspiracy is turning on the Democrats. The more people find out the more they are learning that this always has been a ruse, a trap laid by the Previous
Occupant and his minions to keep the progressive agenda unchanged.
That ain't working. They are getting rolled, 'big league' as the man says.
Look at the budget. While conservatives decry the deficit spending, look at where it's being spent,
and by whom.
As far as 'conservatives' go, most of these people didn't say squat about the $7 trillion spent making a massive mess out of the Middle East. Next to a self righteous progressive, the only thing close to as bad is a narrow minded conservative.
The ones who believe money and business should flow freely in spite of the consequences. Trump called them out early; they hate paying a decent wage and will gladly send their business to Malaysia where people slave in sweatshops for $3 a day.
care of your own -the citizen taxpayer who works, protects, fights and dies for this country- be damned. All about profits.
It is these people who helped create the 'feel the Bern' Bernie Sanders movement. They act exploitatively, and are viewed
as such. Mitt Romney, yet another Mormon, was a corporate raider.
His firm, Bain Capital, bought troubled businesses and parted them out. They are called 'raiders' for a reason. The net result was many people losing their livelihoods. Can you look in
a mirror and see yourself doing this?
He had no problem. Yet he excoriates Donald Trump, who's form of capitalism is all inclusive.
The budget agreement just signed is NOT a 'disaster'. It's both good business and smart politics. Taking
the budget cap off with the last lot in office would have been dangerous. Not with Trump and Mulvaney in charge.
The news today on Drudge? They are actually running a surplus in January. To wit:
You'll see this isn't the Post or CNN. No surprise, there either.
It also backed the Dems in a corner. Immigration can no longer be tied to a debt ceiling. While it's true the GOP loses reconciliation as a tool to pass legislation now, they can instead
turn the tables on the opposition by demanding governance.
You want DACA resolved? Here's the deal.
Infrastructure? States will have to chip in, have some skin in the game. But regulations will be stripped down to a two year or
less process. That is so much more important than anyone knows.
They are cornered, and Schumer, who is smarter than Pelosi, knows it. Notice how compliant he is lately. They are making noise about not cooperating on immigration, demanding a 'clean'
Sorry. Not gonna happen.
They don't want to jump the Soros/open border ship. They live off that money. But the deal Trump offered has huge support. By telling the 'Dreamers' that it isn't just the 800,000 or so discussed but TWO MILLION
allowed not only to stay but to get a path to citizenship is a great deal and they know it.
They are already turning on the Dems for not embracing it.
This shows that they really don't give a rat's rear end about them. They don't. This whole
debacle was to set up open borders and instead it has now been turned on them. Massive backfire to be certain.
So, Trump has sidelined 'rocket man', advanced talks in the region, funded the broken military and turned over a fat budget to a budget hawk.
He's turned immigration from a net minus to a net plus.
It's cost him a press secretary. Maybe he'll watch those Mormon males a bit more closely from now on...
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