Category Archives: Neo-Confederate Kleptocracy

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III

We don’t know about you, but we fully expect the United States Attorney General, Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III, once he has been fully sworn in before the Senate Intelligence Committee today, to immediately start stalling, obfuscating and –where necessary– lying his ass off.

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III

Sessions made it clear in yesterday’s cabinet meeting, where one by one each cabinet head proceeded to give OMP a lavish rim job (“It’s an honor to be able to serve you,” said Attorney General Jeff Sessions) 1, that he was looking to get back into OMP‘s favor. 2

As one of the original neo-Confederates, Sessions has shown himself more than willing to lick OMP‘s shoes in public. Hourly, if need be. Which means he would fire Mueller in an instant should OMP ever mutter his New York version of will no one rid me of this troublesome special counsel? – “Get ’em outta heah!”

If the Senate Intelligence Committee is serious their very first question to Sessions should be: “Yes or no, please: at any time in your relationship with OMP did he demand your loyalty and how did you respond?” That would be a good question.

Sessions has absolutely nothing to gain by being truthful with the committee. Indeed should Sessions admit to more “undisclosed” meetings with Russia’s US Ambassador Sergey Kislyak, it is quite likely he would be out of work and, possibly, facing federal charges. We can tell you without fear of error that an average federal government employee who had made similar omissions during the hiring process would have been summarily dismissed from government service, with prejudice, and, depending upon the severity of the omission, immediately prosecuted.

Stalling, obfuscating and lying, that’s what we’ll see from Sessions today. 3

Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III

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  1. If you are still undecided whether OMP fits the bill of a Third World strongman/dictator after that noxious display, you’re part of the problem. To put it in perspective
  2. We’re not any sort of medical personnel here at WNBTv, but it seems abundantly clear to us that –short man syndrome aside– Sessions has a few obviously unresolved daddy issues.
  3. If you want a worm to turn, reach out to Preibus; the guy doesn’t have and sand. When OMP pushes him to the curb, he’ll spill everything.

The Traitors Coats and Rogers

We briefly mentioned the traitors Coats & Rogers the other day; Congress called on them to testify, in their capacity as national security SMEs, regarding whether OMP requested they betray their country in order to crush public knowledge of OMP‘s (putative) treason.

Their response? They found those questions “too inappropriate” to answer.

Again, imagine for a moment the clamor from the ReThugs had Clinton told the Benghazi committee that a question was “too inappropriate” to answer.

So, no real answers from these cretins, right?

Not so much; had either of these traitors been able to honestly respond that OMP had not attempted to induce them into either perjury or obstruction of justice, we would have heard about it, loudly, resentfully and at length. Which means they have made a calculated decision to avoid, at all costs, lying in public. They had adopted this strategy because because they know the truth will inevitably leak out (e.g., see Nixon.) But they can’t tell the truth themselves ’cause…PROSECUTION!

This whole administration is built on lies and on lies it will fail.

The Traitors Coats and Rogers

Boris and Natasha

Previously on WNBTv

“The law enforcement investigation into possible coordination between Russia and the Trump campaign has identified a current White House official as a significant person of interest, showing that the probe is reaching into the highest levels of government.”

It’s apparent the freaking WaPo isn’t going to name names, so let’s tease it out for ourselves, shall we?

Of course…sometimes the correct explanation is the simplest one. 1

Boris and Natasha

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  1. Which may explain why Pence just formed a PAC, the Great America Committee; perhaps there’s a very quiet palace coup in the works?

Rep. Karl Oliver: Rascist and Retard

Racist and Retard Karl Oliver

Racist and Retard Karl Oliver

Sweet Jebus H. Kerist! The neo-Confederates of The Once and Future South have lost their ever lovin’ minds (such as they are.)

Mississippi State Rep. Karl Oliver (Republican) recently called for the lynching of anyone who tries to take down Confederate memorials.

It is worth noting that to those members of The Once and Future South America lynching is one of the things they consider a prerequisite to Making Amurika Great Again!

It is also worth mentioning that Karl Oliver and his ilk are all Trump supporters. 1

Rep. Karl Oliver: Rascist and Retard

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  1. “I am shocked—shocked—to find that racism is going on here!” Or, as Trump is wont to say at his “rallies”: “Go on, get ’em outta here!”

Impeach Him

It’s as though a tiny portion of OMP‘s brain is acutely aware he’s drowning in the White House, and occasionally sends out SOSes (in the form of totally inappropriate behavior) in the vain belief the GOP will man up and impeach him. Won’t happen of course; there’s not a single man in the GOP caucus with the balls to do what’s right. 1 2

It never stops. It. Never. Stops. In the latest installment of the daily scandal machine that is the Trump administration, the Washington Post dropped a stunning story late Monday reporting that President Trump disclosed highly classified information to Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov and Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during their visit to the Oval Office last week.

The story was confirmed later in the evening by Reuters and the New York Times.

And it wasn’t just any classified information. This was what is known as “code-word information,” one of the highest classification levels used by American spy agencies. The information the president reportedly passed on about a plot being hatched by the Islamic State was shared with Washington by an ally who did not authorize its distribution to anyone but a small circle in Washington. Or as one administration official said, Trump “revealed more information to the Russian ambassador than we have shared with our own allies.”

Pushback. Top administration is denying the reports. Or at least is denying something. National Security Advisor Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster delivered a quick statement Monday saying, “I was in the room — it didn’t happen.” He added, “at no time — at no time — were intelligence sources or methods discussed, and the president did not disclose any military operations that were not already publicly known.” Secretary of State Rex Tillerson issued a similar statement. Problem is, none of the stories claimed that sources and methods were exposed.

And then on Tuesday morning, Trump dive-bombed McMaster’s statement that “it didn’t happen,” when he took to Twitter to confirm that in fact he did share classified information with the Russians via Twitter. Trump said he has the “absolute right” to share with top Russian officials information about an Islamic State threat. McMaster is slated to brief the press in the White House Briefing Room this afternoon.


Impeach Him

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  1. Totes unsure about GOP women; they may or may not have the balls.
  2. They have to be congratulating themselves in the White House, saying stuff like “Who knew we could get away with so much? If you told me we could so totally FUBAR the presidency last fall I’d have told you you’re crazy; SOMEONE would have stood up and started impeachment hearings. This is just so off the hook!”

Clear Attacks on Democracy

It should be noted that there was another clear attack on democracy on yesterday.

A journalist, veteran reporter Dan Heyman, was arrested Tuesday for asking questions of a cabinet official. Heyman was attempting to ask questions of HHS secretary Tom Price concerning TrumpCare when he was arrested for “causing a disturbance by yelling questions at Ms. Conway and Secretary Price,” the complaint stated.

Welcome to your New Neo-Confederate Kleptocracy. A place where asking questions is a crime and the FBI becomes a weapon to be used against OMP’s many enemies.

Wake up, people.

Clear Attacks on Democracy

Normalization?

comey pre-translationWe’ve friends who of late worried a dreaded normalization of OMP was well underway. 1

Wait for it, we advised: civilized people can pass for savages, savages cannot pass for civilized people. It’s just a matter of time.

Yesterday’s action not only proved us once again correct, but also removed any doubt as to OMP‘s qualifications for The Elizabeth Arkham Asylum for the Criminally Insane.

The White House has said Comey was removed for his handling of the Clinton e-mail scandal, which has most of official DC and the MSM confused; didn’t OMP praise Comey’s handling of that episode? Well, yes, he did. But what has he done for OMP since? Is Hillary locked up? No, well don’t let the door hit ya on the ass…

Possible Comey Replacements:

Rudi Giuliani. Jebus H. Ke-rist on a Pogo Stick, no! On the other hand, he does have all that foreign government entanglement thing going on, so he’d fit right in with the rest of the neo-Confederate kleptocrats…

Chris Christie. Jebus H. Ke-rist on a Pogo Stick, no! On the other hand he’d simply be another partisan hack and, as such, would be almost entirely predictable…

John Pistole would be a bipartisan pick that would actually server the FBI well…so he ain’t gonna get it; wouldn’t be prudent.

Both the smart AND the desperate money is on Andrew McCabe, the current acting Director, though OMP is just as likely to pick someone political, Trey Gowdy say, just to rally his base, never mind the only “law enforcement” experience Gowdy has is all related to his Select Committee to Destroy Clinton’s 2016 Election Chances by Repeating the Phrase Benghazi! Over and Over and Over Again…

And so it goes.

Until OMP learns of his impending impeachment via Twitter, we assume from Sen. Al Franken  of course, we’re gonna have to keep a chary eye out at all times, sit with our back to a wall and be sure to keep our powder dry; it’s almost like this crew is working from a template

Normalization?

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  1. “Remember,” they said wistfully, “when W. was the worst that could possibly happen? Oh my lord, but we miss those days.”

Simply Lies

“We have heard such claims before and they proved to be groundless. Indeed, they are simply lies. The purpose of cutting taxes is not in fact to raise growth but to downsize government, which is an end in itself for Republicans, whether or not it raises growth. They believe there is only so much freedom to go around and when government gets bigger it necessarily comes at the expense of individual liberty. Therefore, cutting government is per se a good thing. 

Republicans also believe in a theory called “starve-the-beast,” which posits that the only way to cut spending is to slash taxes first. It is precisely because tax cuts reduce revenue and raise the deficit that this works. Deficits, in the Republican mind, arise only because of spending, never because of tax cuts. Thus their response to higher deficits is always to cut spending.”

Simply Lies