Saturday, December 19, 2020

I give you the piece of shit Soros paid to be elected DA in Los Angeles

Los Angeles’ controversial new district attorney told the family of a murder victim they should “keep their mouth shut” — unwittingly, he later said — as they protested his office’s kid-gloves handling of the accused killers.

“It’s unfortunate that some people do not have enough education to keep their mouth shut for a moment so we can talk,” George Gascon said in a video obtained by FOX 11 Los Angeles.

“My son can never speak again because he was murdered,” shouts a woman identified as the mother of Joshua Rodriguez, who was kidnapped and killed in 2015.

“My son matters!” she screamed as Gascon walked away. “And you’re going to do nothing about it!”

Oh, he's going to do something: he's going to basically let them get away with it.  Because 'social justice'...

Well, LA, you elected this asshole.  You chose, and you're going to get it.  Good and hard.

And on this seventh day,

There was more data. 

And great rejoicing.


Friday, December 18, 2020

The sixth day of the week has arrived,

it's not too cold outside, and I need sleep.  Enjoy.

The NYeffingTimes has people capable of actual reporting;

the rest are a bunch of leftist operatives with bylines.  In evidence of,
To review why this is absolutely worthy of coverage, Swalwell’s interaction with the alleged spy known as Fang Fang included, according to Axios, Fang placing an intern in Swalwell's office and helping to fundraise for his 2014 reelection campaign. In 2015, the FBI provided Swalwell a "defensive briefing" to warn him of the threat she appeared to pose.

So, the first obvious question is this: Given how easily Swalwell was duped, why did House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) shortly thereafter place him on the House Intelligence Committee, which oversees the CIA and therefore has access to the highest level of sensitive, classified information?

The New York Times doesn't seem to care about getting an answer to that question.

Of the biases we see in major media, the sin of omission is one that seems to occur only when the protagonist of a major story has a (D) next to his or her name. So, when the New York Times, which has a whopping 7 million subscribers and is considered the country's most influential publication, doesn't see the Swalwell story as a story at all, it tells you just as much about its moral compass as it does its editorial decisions.

There's more.

Thursday, December 17, 2020

'principled decision' my ass: Roberts and six of the other Supremes are chickenshit and cowards,

and God knows what price we'll pay for it.

I wonder if this is part of whatever blackmail/payoff someone has on Roberts, or if he's just this sorry a bastard?

Found at Miguel's place

Wednesday, December 16, 2020

Another piece of information that might come in handy

How to rifle a barrel in the kitchen

A: Slow and controllable

B: Mostly stamped steel parts.  Something to remember.

This covers a lot of our Professional Journalists, the only addition needed being

'for money's sake or a political purpose'

Sounds just like the enviroweenies here, doesn't it?

HA: When it comes to deindustrialisation, let’s talk about your party – the SPD.

FV: Unfortunately, the SPD no longer has its core base in mind. There is already a party for the hip, green urban clientele, but employees in the steel, chemical or car industries have been lost sight of. The little people will now be punished with a CO2 tax from January onwards. In the first year this will cost the average household €270, and this amount is set to rise steadily to over €600.

HA: Your party sees this in a positive light.
FV: Yes, unfortunately. A climate and energy policy geared to the interests of employees looks different. Helmut Schmidt was interested in this. In my last conversation with him about the causes of climate change, he told me: “Fritz, I don’t believe a word the UN says.”
Get the feeling the enviroweenies are not at all happy to have these unpleasant truths put out in the open.

If Pelosi actually gave a damn about the US and its security

Swalwell would've been off that committee the moment she was informed about this; instead, it's her usual 'screw everything except protecting another Democrat'.

Tuesday, December 15, 2020

A case where I have to cheer for excessive force

An agent with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms has filed a federal lawsuit accusing two Columbus police officers of using excessive force against him while he was working in his official capacity.
Oh my.  I may need a smoke and a drink.

However, in this instance, Burk said the dispatcher told the 911 caller not to answer the door and dispatched Columbus police officers Joseph Fihe, a 20-year member of the division, and Kevin Winchell, who is also a 20-year veteran officer.

"When Fihe arrived at the scene, Agent Burk stood outside the home's front door and waved the officer over to where he was standing," the lawsuit said. "Even though Agent Burk had both hands raised and had represented that he is a federal agent, officer Fihe immediately drew his weapon and pointed it ... while simultaneously screaming at (Burk) to get on the ground."

So, they treated you like you treat the commoners?  The nerve!
After about an hour, during which Burk said he was denied water and "frequently disparaged ... to everyone in earshot" by Fihe, Burk was released without charges.
I repeat my above question.

And, to further entertain you,
Burk has since moved to an administrative role within ATF because of the incident and injuries, both physical and psychological, Burk says he suffered.
Oh, the irony.  And the laughter.  Although 'moved to an administrative role' isn't exactly encouraging, is it?

Monday, December 14, 2020

Well, here's an author I'll not put another penny into the pocket of

S.M. Stirling is a sci-fi writer; I've read a bunch of his stuff, own a number of them(in particular his collaborations with David Drake).

No more.  Not after he posted this.
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I rather doubt this asshole plans on being one of those going in to beat and subdue and kill people to force vaccinations.  And that last makes me wonder what else he'd be willing to let the .gov do 'for the health of the people'.

One thing this Wuhan panic has done: it's show us the number of people who really don't give a damn about anything except "Protect me!"

Question: How long will it take for the MeToo clowns

to throw Boylan under the bus to protect Gov. Howler? Not long, I'd bet.

Wasn't aware of this, the Stupid Party has a slight majority of AG offices.  Which is good(assuming at least most of them aren't SP lumps).  Now the question arises: Enough people are so effing pissed about the cheating in this election, wonder if can expand that number a bit at the next election?

'Kids mental health deteriorated 'substantially' during lockdown'

No shit?

I'm wondering if the idiots in Seattle will ever realize just how much the leftist morons they put in office despise said idiots?

Sunday, December 13, 2020

There are times I really run short of patience...

"And I need some ammo."
"What ammo?"
"For my Ruger.
"Which type?"
"But what kind?"
"Full metal jacket."
Slight pause, then "But what cartridge?"
"Just regular stuff", looking at me like I should have known that.
It had been a long day, and the headache wasn't helping, and I think my voice went up a bit when, in desperation, I said "What kind of bullets?", wondering if that would get through.

He just looked at me for a moment, either  wondering why I didn't know what he needed or deer in the headlights, I don't know which.  At that point I saw a box among his stuff and picked it up to check, at which point he apparently realized what the hell I was asking and said "9mm."  Which allowed me to get this done before I had a stroke or something.

This was followed by a group checking in with one guy carrying an AR with no sights.
"Sir, do you have any sights for that?"
"You cannot shoot it without sights."
Actually looked a bit dumbfounded.  "Do I have to take it back to the car?"
"That would be best(because we've dealt with clowns like you before), but if you keep it with you you CANNOT shoot it."
Which, of course, meant we had to keep an eye on him, because we don't trust people who show up with a AR with no way to aim and expecting to shoot it.

It's a good thing this day is over.

Over the last two weeks or so I've been watching a bunch of "I hate Trump so I don't care about what Biden

has done/is doing!" people starting to realize just what a shitpile of trouble Biden & Co. are, and what they may do.  Which includes things like this
as idiots like Talcum X realize they aren't bigshots to be respectfully met with, but tools that have served their purpose.  
At the proper times I fully intend to point out "What are you bitching about?  This is what you voted for."  And when they scream "No, it's not!"  I'll end with "Yes, it is.  You were warned, dumbass."

The short version is "The peasants aren't being sufficiently compliant,

so we have to force them with bullshit excuses."
This week a Los Angeles County judge ruled that a local ban on outdoor dining at restaurants, ostensibly aimed at reducing transmission of the COVID-19 virus, was "not grounded in science, evidence, or logic." Around the same time, California Health and Human Services Secretary Mark Ghaly admitted that the same thing is true of a state ban on outdoor dining that currently applies to all of Southern California, including Los Angeles County. Ghaly said that ban, which is one of many restrictions that are triggered when a region's available ICU capacity drops below 15 percent, is "not a comment on the relative safety of outdoor dining" but is instead aimed at discouraging Californians from leaving home.

The Professional Journalists are really in ass-kissing mode, aren't they?

White House correspondent April Ryan raised eyebrows on Friday after she appeared to endorse the idea that journalists shouldn't reveal contradictions between President-elect Joe Biden's public and private statements.

On Thursday, Ryan appeared to express disapproval that a recording of Biden claiming "defund the police" rhetoric hurt down-ballot Democrats in last month's elections was leaked to The Intercept, which duly reported on it.

"I asked an incoming White House source was the meeting contentious with civil rights leader and @JoeBiden and the answer was 'no'. A rights leader at the meeting says @JoeBiden was passionate," Ryan tweeted. "The question is who taped this meeting and why? What is the agenda?"

"You can't ask us to actually REPORT on this, we're journalists!  And it might hurt Biden!"