Tuesday, December 1, 2020


Jonathan Turley. He doesn't seem like the kind of guy who'd write publish, like, joke tweets. I mean, very serious guy, right? So how do you explain this tweet:

Replying to
..With a special counsel, Yates would enter office in a position analogous to Jeff Sessions. Like Sessions, Yates would be expected to recuse herself since she featured prominently in signing key surveillance applications and was involved in key decisions.

Uh, Jonathan. Two things. 1) Yates is not Sessions. 2) Yates is a Dem. 


Kamala Says Biden Will Be 'Kept Comfortable' While A Discussion Ensues About Whether To Keep Him Alive


    Seen this, Mark?

    1. Great plot. I'll catch the movie when it comes out.

    2. Absolutely would make a great movie.

  2. Totally OT, but this John Eastman piece in The American Mind lays out exactly (IMO) where we are now in this entire election fraud thing, and what the Constitution demands we must do.

    One quotable quote:

    “This is in accord with federal law as well. Section 2 of Title 8 provides: “Whenever any State has held an election for the purpose of choosing electors, and has failed to make a choice on the day prescribed by law, the electors may be appointed on a subsequent day in such a manner as the legislature of such State may direct.” 3 U.S.C. § 2. The intermingling of illegal with legal ballots in significant enough numbers that the election cannot be validly certified, means that the State “has failed to make a choice” on election day, and the appointment of electors therefore devolves back on the Legislature of the State, which has plenary power to decide whether to exercise that appointment power itself, or to craft some other mechanism for appointing the State’s slate of electors.”

    1. Thanks, Brad. I've always liked Eastman.

    2. I've always enjoy listening to Eastman when he is on "Life, Liberty, and Levin".

  3. Oops - forgot to leave the link:

    "The Constitutional Authority of State Legislatures To Choose Electors"

    (And I’ve always liked Eastman, as well.)