As has been widely reported, Kama Sutra Harris, Michelle Obama's candidate, was unceremoniously thrashed by Tulsi Gabbard. Smarting from her public humiliation, Kama Sutra had her press secretary, Ian Sams, claim that the “Russian propaganda machine” was promoting Gabbard:
‘The Russian propaganda machine that tried to influence the 2016 election is now promoting the presidential aspirations of a controversial Hawaii Democrat,'” he tweeted. And retweeted.
We've already seen over the past three years that Dem anti-Trump conspiracy theories--most prominently the Russia Hoax--have driven "both groups and individual extremists to carry out criminal or violent acts.” Yet Chris Wray's FBI shows no concern for this "growing threat that seems likely to emerge, spread, and evolve, and likely to increase during the 2020 election cycle." Wray even denies that Antifa is a coordinated movement.
Obviously Bill Barr is busy tracing this pernicious Russia Hoax conspiracy theory to its source, yet how can he do so with his investigative arm, the FBI, seemingly in the grips of conspiracy theorists who are blind to what's going on before their eyes in the Dem party? Time to take action! Chris Wray has wasted space on the 7th floor of the J. Edgar Hoover Building for far too long. It's past time for him to be gone so that productive use can be made of the space he's been occupying.
ADDENDUM: Don Surber comments:
Remember that girl in elementary school who said the Russians ate her homework? That little girl was she.
The Trump Administration must discredit the Obama Administration's analyses that the Russian Government has meddled significantly in our elections.ReplyDelete
As the new Director of National Intelligence, John Ratcliffe should conduct a proper National Intelligence Estimate to replace John Clapper's rigged analysis.
That would be a good start. I think this is a great opportunity to discredit Russia Hoax conspiracy theory--GOPers need to confront Kama Sutra and demand confirmation.Delete
The Democrat Party now has only two pages in its playbook -- Russia and Racism -- and those two things account for all that stands in the way of the Age of Aquarius.ReplyDelete
The intellectual dissonance is palpable. Stalinist Russian (Marx through a Czarist prism) influence in U.S. Gov't since the 1930's is denied, while Putin Russian bot's and $25,000 of Facebook ad's stole a hundred Electoral College votes. Young white men don't murder other young white men at anything approaching the rate that young black men murder each other yet it is, magically, something the young white male should feel guilty about.
Then there are Reparations and everyone, both sides, are in such a frenzy to argue distribution that the most egregious and destructive aspect is legitimized by being ignored. I am speaking about the reintroduction and validation of "Blood Debt" as a legal concept. The struggle that was required to expunge it from Western jurisprudence/civilization was titanic and a bedrock requirement that the American people demanded of their Revolutionary government. Yet, here we are, listening to one of the two major parties advocate for the return of the moral/legal concept that is the foundation of race based chattel slavery to expunge the offense of race based chattel slavery (essentially doubling down on societal evil by using revenge as justification), while the other party quibbles about eligibility determination rather that hammering the ideology of Blood Debt and all of the inevitable wickedness that flows from it. Blood Debt, where ever it exists, strangles Liberty in the cradle.
p.s. sorry for the rant.
I like that rant.Delete
That is an excellent point about 'blood debt.' Thank you for reminding us of it. If any reporters had any intellectual curiosity, one of them might have by now come across this hideousconcept. As it is, they are too busy cheering along the madness.Delete
I agree with Tom S about the Blood Debt, too.Delete
And I'd like to point out that a lot of white lives were lost to eliminate slavery in the USA. I'm not getting in to the totality of the Civil War's causes, just pointing out this fact.
Wouldn't the proper way of putting it be "white bodies"?
The Breitbart article (quoting Harris spokesman Ian Sams) above cites an NBCNews article (link embedded) that is a cross between fake news and a partisan smear job on Gabbard, as it is filled with anonymous sources and "experts," but very few quoted by name. Opinion and agenda masquerading as news. Trash journalism.ReplyDelete
I've no quarter for Gabbard, but honest debate and inquiry in a republic doesn't survive in an environment that demands conformity and smears those who don't toe the line.
That's where we've arrived as a society, I guess, because it's true on the GOP side as well--perhaps not to the same extent.Delete
Yeah, name-calling that substitutes for debate doesn't do it for me.Delete