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From the New York Times:

A Lincoln Project co-founder resigns after allegations that a former colleague sent unsolicited, lurid messages to young men.

Jennifer Horn, one of the original founders of the anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project, has left the organization citing the revelations that another co-founder, John Weaver, was accused of sending unsolicited and sexually provocative messages to young men.

“Upon careful consideration, I have terminated my relationship with the Lincoln Project, effective immediately,” Ms. Horn said in a statement to The New York Times.

“John Weaver’s grotesque and inappropriate behavior, coupled with his longstanding deceptions concerning that behavior, are sickening,” she said, adding, “It is clear at this point that my views about how the Lincoln Project’s efforts are managed, and the best way to move the Lincoln Project forward into the future in the wake of these awful events, have diverged.”

Ms. Horn did not further elaborate. In a response, the Lincoln Project said that 48 hours ago, Ms. Horn requested “an immediate ‘signing bonus’ payment of $250,000 and a $40,000-per-month consulting contract,” and claimed that in December, she had “demanded a board seat on the Lincoln Project, a television show, a podcast hosting assignment and a staff to manage these endeavors.”

“These demands were unanimously rejected by the management committee and board,” the organization said. “We immediately accepted Jennifer Horn’s resignation from the Lincoln Project. We wish her the best in her future endeavors.”

Ms. Horn, a former chairwoman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, was the only prominent woman among the original founders of the group, which focused on trying to oust former President Donald J. Trump and sought to thwart his stranglehold over the Republican Party. The group’s original founders also included Rick Wilson, a media consultant, Steve Schmidt, a strategist, and George T. Conway III, a lawyer.

The Times reported on Sunday that Mr. Weaver, a former adviser to the late Senator John McCain and to former Gov. John Kasich of Ohio, had been accused of sending unsolicited and sexually provocative messages to 21 men, one as young as 14 when the messages began. In some cases, the Times reported, Mr. Weaver offered to help them find employment in the field of politics. Mr. Weaver was said to have been on leave from the group since last summer, when he claimed to have had a heart incident.

 
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  1. • Agree: TWS
    • Thanks: Not Only Wrathful
    • LOL: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @donut
    @Dave Pinsen

    A lot of the commenters in that twitter thing seem like the members of some cult whose leader announces the end of the world at a specific date and time . When it doesn't happen as advertised their Dear Leader has no problem with doubters they do half the explaining themselves .
    It kind of makes you want to take a look at your own beliefs , Naw , just kidding .

    , @Forbes
    @Dave Pinsen

    Well thank god Maggie Haberman reported the whole story--those inconvenient details about compensation were just a side distraction...

  2. “Founder of Lincoln Project” and mid-ranking member of “secret cabal” to fix and “protect” election from “Trump winning” used his position for unsubtle and latent pedophilia

    Ffs

    QAnon is less ridiculous than real life

    • Agree: Paul Jolliffe
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Not Only Wrathful

    Hey— at least now, that dusty old Satan-pedo-cult terminology can be neatly upgraded/patched to “protecting kids from The Lincoln Project.”

    Like the Tories and Whigs, the projectors should “own the insult,” after swiveling back from their heels openly rebrand as National Man-Boy Lincoln Association, a magical meme already touching transcendent Internet harmony last month.

    Replies: @Gabe Ruth

  3. • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Clyde

    Everyone is quite content to be in the box of hamsters — just crawling over each other — until there is profit or political hay to be made by pretending you were never into it.

    Replies: @Whitney

  4. Three of the Lincoln Project’s founders were practitioners of the political consulting grift. The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    • Replies: @PhysicistDave
    @Art Deco

    Art Deco wrote:


    The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).
     
    Hey, you gotta feel for George Conway. I mean, his wife is more of a man than he is.
    , @AnotherDad
    @Art Deco


    Three of the Lincoln Project’s founders were practitioners of the political consulting grift. The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).
     
    Exactly, a cabal of precisely the sort of people that Trump was supposed to "drain".
    , @MEH 0910
    @Art Deco


    The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).
     
    I haven't seen anywhere in the news that Kellyanne is estranged from that creep George Conway.
  5. The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Irishman


    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.
     
    I think I read the Lincoln Project pulled in 70 million in donations.
    _____________

    'Conservative' Lincoln Project Spent Entire Ad Budget ...
    https://www.breitbart.com › politics › 2021 › 02 › 01 › ...
    Feb 02, 2021 · Of the $87.4 million raised by the Lincoln Project, nearly $50 million was used for “independent expenditures,” defined by OpenSecrets as “ads that expressly advocate the election or defeat of specific candidates and are aimed at the electorate as a whole.”. All of the Lincoln
    , @Moral Stone
    @Irishman

    I agree, and I can’t figure it out. I do think it’s in part because politics is adjacent to the money printer. What’s 50 mil to oust Trump if it gets your person in charge of the Fed?

    , @donut
    @Irishman

    Individually they maybe nobodies as a directed mass it's a different story .

    , @Jack Armstrong
    @Irishman

    I’m always surprised how little money is spent given the stakes.

    2020 fed election cost 20 billion, the next fed Covfefe-19 bill is a 2 Trillion package.

    Replies: @bomag

    , @Desiderius
    @Irishman

    Alas these are not nobodies.

    You're looking at the heart of the beast.

    , @AnotherDad
    @Irishman


    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.
     
    The reason the richest zip codes are around Washington and New York is simply that there are vast flows of money through those places.

    Out across the fruited plain millions of people toil away productively to make a living. There are the odd guys working on technologies--maybe some new battery technology, or robotics, or thorium cycle, etc.--that will improve our lives dramatically, deliver trillions in value.

    But if you can simply slip your hand--even your pinky's finger nail--into the vast streams of money flowing through Washington and Wall Street you can make a nice living--maybe even be filthy rich, without doing anything remotely useful or getting your hands dirty.

    Replies: @Thatgirl, @Bumpkin

  6. Weaver’s sexually predatory behavior towards underage guys and young men has been known since the 90s in Texas and national GOP circles.

    • Replies: @Clyde
    @Anon


    Weaver’s sexually predatory behavior towards underage guys and young men has been known since the 90s in Texas and national GOP circles.
     
    Karl Rove exposed his behavior in a low key way before 1990.

    "I've actually known about this pattern of behavior since 1988," Rove said. "All I want to say is that those 21 statements from those 21 young men who talked about how they've been approached by Mr. Weaver, that statement speaks for itself and I don't have anything to add to it. It's a sad, sad chapter."________ https://www.newsweek.com/karl-rove-says-he-knew-allegations-against-lincoln-projects-john-weaver-32-years-1565972
     
  7. @Clyde
    Jennifer is quite the smooth operator. "I'm only in it for the money"
    https://kubrick.htvapps.com/htv-prod-media.s3.amazonaws.com/images/jenniferhornheadshot-png-1576610931.png?crop=0.976xw:1.00xh;0.0131xw,0&resize=900:*

    Replies: @BenKenobi

    Everyone is quite content to be in the box of hamsters — just crawling over each other — until there is profit or political hay to be made by pretending you were never into it.

    • Replies: @Whitney
    @BenKenobi

    Box of RATS

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  8. Hey there young man! Would you like to get chummy with my Lincoln Log?

  9. …last summer, when he claimed to have had a heart incident.

    • Replies: @Chrisnonymous
    @Reg Cæsar

    Man! I remember seeing Lincoln Log adds like that in my youth, and I had Lincoln Logs--made great obstacles for GI Joe battlefields. That makes me feel old.

    , @Geschrei
    @Reg Cæsar

    Lincoln Log Cabin Republicans?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  10. Ms. Horn, a former chairwoman of the New Hampshire Republican Party, was the only prominent woman among the original founders of the group…

    With Mr Weaver around, LP was probably the only institution in America where a woman really did have to be twice as good as a man to get the same job.

  11. “John Weaver’s grotesque and inappropriate behavior, coupled with his longstanding deceptions concerning that behavior, are sickening”

    Didn’t anybody tell her that hiring “diverse” people like gays is “our greatest strength”?

    • Replies: @DCThrowback
    @Dr. X

    weaver is actually married w/ a couple of kids

  12. @Irishman
    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Moral Stone, @donut, @Jack Armstrong, @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    I think I read the Lincoln Project pulled in 70 million in donations.
    _____________

    ‘Conservative’ Lincoln Project Spent Entire Ad Budget …
    https://www.breitbart.com › politics › 2021 › 02 › 01 › …
    Feb 02, 2021 · Of the $87.4 million raised by the Lincoln Project, nearly $50 million was used for “independent expenditures,” defined by OpenSecrets as “ads that expressly advocate the election or defeat of specific candidates and are aimed at the electorate as a whole.”. All of the Lincoln

  13. @Anon
    Weaver's sexually predatory behavior towards underage guys and young men has been known since the 90s in Texas and national GOP circles.

    Replies: @Clyde

    Weaver’s sexually predatory behavior towards underage guys and young men has been known since the 90s in Texas and national GOP circles.

    Karl Rove exposed his behavior in a low key way before 1990.

    “I’ve actually known about this pattern of behavior since 1988,” Rove said. “All I want to say is that those 21 statements from those 21 young men who talked about how they’ve been approached by Mr. Weaver, that statement speaks for itself and I don’t have anything to add to it. It’s a sad, sad chapter.”________ https://www.newsweek.com/karl-rove-says-he-knew-allegations-against-lincoln-projects-john-weaver-32-years-1565972

  14. @Irishman
    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Moral Stone, @donut, @Jack Armstrong, @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    I agree, and I can’t figure it out. I do think it’s in part because politics is adjacent to the money printer. What’s 50 mil to oust Trump if it gets your person in charge of the Fed?

  15. “Surprise! Surprise! Surprise!”

    • Agree: Abe
    • Thanks: Mike Tre
    • LOL: Gary in Gramercy
  16. anon[282] • Disclaimer says:

    I think we can safely assume anybody related to the major political parties is gay at this point. Who else but fopish men would deal with the high school drama club that is government without being tempted into acts of hellacious violence?

    Imagine watching AOC or Rashida Tlaib or some other HPD-riddled hag cry their narcissistic crocodile tears on the floor of Congress and believe you’re doing real work. lmao

    • Replies: @Danindc
    @anon

    That’s a good and fair point but there are exceptions. Ron DeSantis. Stud college baseball player getting it done in Florida. He’s going to put us on the path back to respectability. Yes he’s an Israeli cuck but thats the only option in American politics at the moment.

    DeSantis 2024

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @anon

    The AOC struggle-session in Congress is actually an important turning point because it confirms that body is now mere window-dressing.

    The real power lies in the courts with executive orders coming in second place.

    At the state level, the ongoing world situation has revealed governors to be far, far too powerful.

  17. @Art Deco
    Three of the Lincoln Project's founders were practitioners of the political consulting grift. The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @AnotherDad, @MEH 0910

    Art Deco wrote:

    The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    Hey, you gotta feel for George Conway. I mean, his wife is more of a man than he is.

    • Agree: Forbes, Redneck farmer
  18. @Dave Pinsen
    https://twitter.com/mattdizwhitlock/status/1357854816429625347?s=21

    Replies: @donut, @Forbes

    A lot of the commenters in that twitter thing seem like the members of some cult whose leader announces the end of the world at a specific date and time . When it doesn’t happen as advertised their Dear Leader has no problem with doubters they do half the explaining themselves .
    It kind of makes you want to take a look at your own beliefs , Naw , just kidding .

  19. @Irishman
    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Moral Stone, @donut, @Jack Armstrong, @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    Individually they maybe nobodies as a directed mass it’s a different story .

  20. OT, from the Washington Post:

    Two New York Times journalists at the center of separate controversies leave the company

    Science reporter Donald McNeil Jr. leaves after revelations he repeated a racial slur, and audio producer Andy Mills resigns after ‘Caliphate’ fallout.

    https://www.washingtonpost.com/media/2021/02/05/new-york-times-donald-mcneil-andy-mills-depart/

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @PiltdownMan


    revelations he repeated a racial slur
     
    Canceling their own? NYT's lead Covid-19 reporter resigns after reprimand for use of ‘N-word’ fails to appease co-workers

    Donald McNeil Jr., the New York Times' top reporter on the Covid-19 pandemic, has resigned after management's decision not to fire him for innocuously using the “N-word” left many staffers at the newspaper “outraged and in pain.”
     
    In pain! Probably wailing! Raped by evil, EVIL words.

    The episode began when a student on a Times-sponsored trip to Peru in 2019 asked McNeil whether he thought her classmate should be suspended for using a racial slur on a video made years earlier. The reporter, who was on the trip as an expert to inform the students, repeated the slur when asking the girl about the context in which it had been used.
     
    The Niker Inquisition demands that the witness proceed to the matter of the accusation!

    Allegations regarding McNeil's conduct on the trip recently came to light, and Times management last week decided on an undisclosed punishment but stopped short of firing him because his use of the N-word wasn't hateful or malicious. “He was formally disciplined,” editor Dean Baquet reportedly said in a message to Times staffers. “He was not given a pass.”
     
    He said "Niker" but not in earnest. Punishment meted out to acceptable norms. The court will adjourn for today. M. Banquet, we would be obliged if you removed the mess from underneath your seat.

    https://i.postimg.cc/K8mkcsVJ/I-m-gonna-say-the-N-Word.png

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  21. @Art Deco
    Three of the Lincoln Project's founders were practitioners of the political consulting grift. The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @AnotherDad, @MEH 0910

    Three of the Lincoln Project’s founders were practitioners of the political consulting grift. The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    Exactly, a cabal of precisely the sort of people that Trump was supposed to “drain”.

  22. Ms. Horn did not further elaborate. In a response, the Lincoln Project said that 48 hours ago, Ms. Horn requested “an immediate ‘signing bonus’ payment of $250,000 and a $40,000-per-month consulting contract,” and claimed that in December, she had “demanded a board seat on the Lincoln Project, a television show, a podcast hosting assignment and a staff to manage these endeavors.”

    The Lincoln Project:

    Ten cucks a’cucking.

    Nine grifters grifting.

    • Replies: @vinteuil
    @Mr. Anon


    The Lincoln Project:

    Ten cucks a’cucking.

    Nine grifters grifting.
     

    To say nothing of Eight fags a'creeping.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @JohnnyWalker123

  23. Why no comment, Steve?

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    Why no comment, Steve?
     
    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren't interesting.

    Replies: @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @Anonymous

    , @Gary in Gramercy
    @Anonymous

    Res ipsa loquitur.

  24. Anonymous[141] • Disclaimer says:

    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    • Replies: @nokangaroos
    @Anonymous

    Kids who want to get ahead (heh) - not only GOP and not only politics -
    can´t afford to be picky; look at the veep.

    , @V. Hickel
    @Anonymous

    nice try shlomo.

    , @Crawfurdmuir
    @Anonymous


    But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?
     
    Ask Dennis Hastert, and Mark Foley, and Jim Kolbe. Or ask Ben Sasse, who was a tutor and proctor for the Congressional Pages program during the period when Foley and Kolbe were, shall we say, active. How can Sasse not have known about them?

    Whatever may be said about QAnon, there is longstanding and solid evidence for paedophilia, both hetero- and homosexual, in high government circles. The potential for blackmail related to this vice must exert an imponderable influence on what happens in Washington.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anon

    , @MEH 0910
    @Anonymous

    https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1355912559057113090
    https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1355909792712318978

    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348106436992110592
    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348106439403864065
    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348106441341628417
    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348109094750543873

    Replies: @Known Fact

    , @Jimbo
    @Anonymous

    Its DC. Everyone is gay.

    , @Inquiring Mind
    @Anonymous

    The Lincoln Project and the Log Cabin Republicans.

    Is this the reason I always got the two groups confused?

  25. ‘According to The New York Times, Weaver offered young men professional support in exchange for sex; that report also accused him of cultivating a non-sexual online relationship with a 14-year-old boy and then engaging in “sexual banter” with him after his 18th birthday…’

    The monster. I’m happy to see the establishment self-destruct, and I find homosexuality distasteful; but this just strikes me as a guy who has a rather tacky personal life. If he worked for me, I wouldn’t regard it as any of my business.

  26. Sounds like Weaver is the Kevin Spacey of politics.

  27. @Anonymous
    Why no comment, Steve?

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Gary in Gramercy

    Why no comment, Steve?

    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren’t interesting.

    • Agree: TWS
    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Hypnotoad666

    Nebojsa Malic on this:

    There WAS a color revolution in the US after all – and its architects now BOAST of how they ‘fortified’ the 2020 election

    The fact that this doesn't come from some independent medium is bizarre.

    - Someone checks whether the populace is subdued enough to not even notice
    - Someone wants to increase the probability to serious events, maybe to further fortify democracy
    - Hyperdimensional 4-D quantum chess to get Trump back as Prez, and it's all secretly a fascist coup to grab the presidency after all, with Biden/Kamala and 6/1 just a red herring.

    The one thing that looks like a sad case of rabbis in the removal wagon is the GOP.

    OT. meanwhile, stupid talk of nuclear war intensifying: STRATCOM chief claims nuclear war with Russia or China a ‘REAL POSSIBILITY,’ says US can’t assume ‘strategic deterrence will hold’.

    Ok. Cool.

    Replies: @Bert, @Hypnotoad666

    , @MEH 0910
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1357781138056609794

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Desiderius

    , @Anonymous
    @Hypnotoad666


    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren’t interesting.
     
    Do you think there was anything of substance in it?

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

  28. Hey guys, congrats you got the Big Bad Mean Man Who Said Mean Words out of office and now illegal immigration is surging again, with no end in sight. The caravans are just getting started and are getting bigger. Bravo, bravo…

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/biden-surge-3-500-migrants-caught-at-border-daily-im-scared-at-whats-coming

    • Replies: @Harry Baldwin
    @Anon

    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn't forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises, even with every powerful, entrenched group in government, media, and woke business allied against him. I think she expected him to be down at he border laying bricks himself.

    Now she tells those she calls "Trumpsters" to "Get over it."

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @ES, @Forbes

  29. OTish:

    Wallen was depicted on a TMZ video using the “N Word” while shouting at some buddies. Immediately his record company suspended him, Country Music Television said he couldn’t be on their shows, I Heart Radio denounced him. It was assumed that Spotify and other streaming services would remove his music.

    Well, it’s a few hours later and guess what? Morgan Wallen is bigger than ever. He has the numbers 1, 3, and 4, 5 and 8 singles on iTunes, actually most of the top 100 are his singles with fourteen — 14 — more floating around. Fans downloaded his records all day.

    His two albums are numbers 1 and 2 on iTunes. There’s another one at around number 12.

    And Spotify didn’t drop him or do a thing. He’s right there, streaming away. And ALL his videos are playing away on YouTube.

    Wallen was roundly criticized by fellow country artists like Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and Kelsey Ballerini. But you know what? Wallen’s fans don’t care. To them, it’s all much ado about nothing.

    https://www.showbiz411.com/2021/02/03/update-morgan-wallen-canceled-not-so-fast-with-n-word-scandal-records-selling-like-crazy-still-on-spotify

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Henry's Cat


    Well, it’s a few hours later and guess what? Morgan Wallen is bigger than ever. He has the numbers 1, 3, and 4, 5 and 8 singles on iTunes, actually most of the top 100 are his singles with fourteen — 14 — more floating around. Fans downloaded his records all day.
     
    Are Wallen’s sales up because buyers support his use of the epithet, or are they up because the scandal has merely increased his name recognition and market visibility?
    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Henry's Cat

    Morgan seems like a mostly alright dude who most Heritage Americans could hang out with for a beer or two.

    Allegedly Tomi Lahren stepped out on her fiancé with him last year, supposedly Morgan didn't see it as a long-term situation, her fiancé found out, and that led to her eventual Instagram rant about how all men are worthless children.

    I've been trying to give him some extra listens on Spotify.

  30. @PiltdownMan

    revelations he repeated a racial slur

    Canceling their own? NYT’s lead Covid-19 reporter resigns after reprimand for use of ‘N-word’ fails to appease co-workers

    Donald McNeil Jr., the New York Times’ top reporter on the Covid-19 pandemic, has resigned after management’s decision not to fire him for innocuously using the “N-word” left many staffers at the newspaper “outraged and in pain.”

    In pain! Probably wailing! Raped by evil, EVIL words.

    The episode began when a student on a Times-sponsored trip to Peru in 2019 asked McNeil whether he thought her classmate should be suspended for using a racial slur on a video made years earlier. The reporter, who was on the trip as an expert to inform the students, repeated the slur when asking the girl about the context in which it had been used.

    The Niker Inquisition demands that the witness proceed to the matter of the accusation!

    Allegations regarding McNeil’s conduct on the trip recently came to light, and Times management last week decided on an undisclosed punishment but stopped short of firing him because his use of the N-word wasn’t hateful or malicious. “He was formally disciplined,” editor Dean Baquet reportedly said in a message to Times staffers. “He was not given a pass.”

    He said “Niker” but not in earnest. Punishment meted out to acceptable norms. The court will adjourn for today. M. Banquet, we would be obliged if you removed the mess from underneath your seat.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @El Dato

    El Dato, I don't know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos (tried a couple of ways before, but no luck). Here's a video that fits your story very well.

    Just go to 0:50 in. That NY Time science reporter has got to feel like he's in a Monty Python movie right now. Only, it might not be so funny ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYkbqzWVHZI

    For, this we've lost a TOP COVID-one-niner reporter, TOP MAN, I tells ya. It's egregious! It's atrocious! It's LAMENTABLE!

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @Adam Smith

  31. @Anonymous
    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Replies: @nokangaroos, @V. Hickel, @Crawfurdmuir, @MEH 0910, @Jimbo, @Inquiring Mind

    Kids who want to get ahead (heh) – not only GOP and not only politics –
    can´t afford to be picky; look at the veep.

  32. So, who’s the Deep Throat behind these stories?

    • LOL: nokangaroos
  33. @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    Why no comment, Steve?
     
    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren't interesting.

    Replies: @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @Anonymous

    Nebojsa Malic on this:

    There WAS a color revolution in the US after all – and its architects now BOAST of how they ‘fortified’ the 2020 election

    The fact that this doesn’t come from some independent medium is bizarre.

    – Someone checks whether the populace is subdued enough to not even notice
    – Someone wants to increase the probability to serious events, maybe to further fortify democracy
    – Hyperdimensional 4-D quantum chess to get Trump back as Prez, and it’s all secretly a fascist coup to grab the presidency after all, with Biden/Kamala and 6/1 just a red herring.

    The one thing that looks like a sad case of rabbis in the removal wagon is the GOP.

    OT. meanwhile, stupid talk of nuclear war intensifying: STRATCOM chief claims nuclear war with Russia or China a ‘REAL POSSIBILITY,’ says US can’t assume ‘strategic deterrence will hold’.

    Ok. Cool.

    • Replies: @Bert
    @El Dato

    The STRATCOM chief is playing 1914 games. Very foolish.

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @El Dato


    Nebojsa Malic on this:

    There WAS a color revolution in the US after all – and its architects now BOAST of how they ‘fortified’ the 2020 election
     
    That was a good piece. Here's one nugget:

    Perhaps the most intriguing part is buried towards the end. Ball reveals that she got a text from Podhorzer – the AFL-CIO organizer – on the morning of January 6, hours before what the Democrats would describe as “insurrection” by Trump supporters at the US Capitol, saying that the "activist left" was “strenuously discouraging counter activity” in order to “preserve safety and ensure they couldn’t be blamed for any mayhem.”

    How did Podhorzer know there would be “mayhem,” hours before the “storming” of the Capitol that Democrats claim Trump “incited” at the rally outside the White House at noon? It’s a mystery.
     
  34. It’s nice to find out what’s happening up on the moral high ground …….now that the election is over……..how did a hog-headed piece of shit like George T. Conway pull a chick like Kellyann?

    • Agree: MEH 0910
    • Replies: @Danindc
    @tyrone

    He wasn’t always a total pig and he had money.

    , @Crawfurdmuir
    @tyrone


    how did a hog-headed piece of shit like George T. Conway pull a chick like Kellyann?
     
    They were much younger at the time, and love is strange.

    Usually if one of the spouses goes to seed in the years following marriage, it's the wife, but in George's case, he just put on the pounds. If the undertaker were to render off all the lard from his corpse, George could be buried in a shoebox.

    Replies: @Thatgirl

  35. @Art Deco
    Three of the Lincoln Project's founders were practitioners of the political consulting grift. The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    Replies: @PhysicistDave, @AnotherDad, @MEH 0910

    The fourth is a fat lout engaged in a long-running war on his estranged wife (and appears to be using his first-born child as a weapon).

    I haven’t seen anywhere in the news that Kellyanne is estranged from that creep George Conway.

  36. Given all these consultants’ ties to Never Trump Neoconservative candidates like McCain, this seemed a Neocon front from the beginning, especially once 60 Minutes profiled them. One wonders about their connection to the gays, given how prominently they push Lindsey Graham: do they dig up sexual blackmail on them? This NY Post op-ed says it was all a consulting grift aimed at the Democrats, but I wonder.

  37. @Reg Cæsar
    https://www.madeinchicagomuseum.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/848e7d_bd5ce837475a4784943f6338d972f3dfmv2.jpg

    ...last summer, when he claimed to have had a heart incident.
     
    https://cdn2.iconfinder.com/data/icons/lgbt-8/100/gay-breakup-9-lgbt-men-couple-breakup-ending-relationship-separation-heart-broken-sadness-512.png

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Geschrei

    Man! I remember seeing Lincoln Log adds like that in my youth, and I had Lincoln Logs–made great obstacles for GI Joe battlefields. That makes me feel old.

  38. @Anon
    Hey guys, congrats you got the Big Bad Mean Man Who Said Mean Words out of office and now illegal immigration is surging again, with no end in sight. The caravans are just getting started and are getting bigger. Bravo, bravo...

    https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/washington-secrets/biden-surge-3-500-migrants-caught-at-border-daily-im-scared-at-whats-coming

    Replies: @Harry Baldwin

    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn’t forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises, even with every powerful, entrenched group in government, media, and woke business allied against him. I think she expected him to be down at he border laying bricks himself.

    Now she tells those she calls “Trumpsters” to “Get over it.”

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Harry Baldwin

    No, this is on Trump:

    https://twitter.com/VDAREJamesK/status/1354501528841760773

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1353035658886062080

    Replies: @Anonymous, @bomag

    , @ES
    @Harry Baldwin


    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn’t forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises,
     
    I doubt she's happy about it, but she's right.
    , @Forbes
    @Harry Baldwin

    Ann Coulter is a provocateur, an entertainer--as are most media personalities, who operate under the proviso that there's no such thing as bad PR. Her witty wordsmithing act works best as a lightening rod. Aside from her many fans, there are also those who love to hate her--to whom she also appeals.

    Her disappointment in Trump's lack of purity as to purpose is no less than many here--except her megaphone is bigger.

    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Mr. Anon

  39. @El Dato
    @PiltdownMan


    revelations he repeated a racial slur
     
    Canceling their own? NYT's lead Covid-19 reporter resigns after reprimand for use of ‘N-word’ fails to appease co-workers

    Donald McNeil Jr., the New York Times' top reporter on the Covid-19 pandemic, has resigned after management's decision not to fire him for innocuously using the “N-word” left many staffers at the newspaper “outraged and in pain.”
     
    In pain! Probably wailing! Raped by evil, EVIL words.

    The episode began when a student on a Times-sponsored trip to Peru in 2019 asked McNeil whether he thought her classmate should be suspended for using a racial slur on a video made years earlier. The reporter, who was on the trip as an expert to inform the students, repeated the slur when asking the girl about the context in which it had been used.
     
    The Niker Inquisition demands that the witness proceed to the matter of the accusation!

    Allegations regarding McNeil's conduct on the trip recently came to light, and Times management last week decided on an undisclosed punishment but stopped short of firing him because his use of the N-word wasn't hateful or malicious. “He was formally disciplined,” editor Dean Baquet reportedly said in a message to Times staffers. “He was not given a pass.”
     
    He said "Niker" but not in earnest. Punishment meted out to acceptable norms. The court will adjourn for today. M. Banquet, we would be obliged if you removed the mess from underneath your seat.

    https://i.postimg.cc/K8mkcsVJ/I-m-gonna-say-the-N-Word.png

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    El Dato, I don’t know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos (tried a couple of ways before, but no luck). Here’s a video that fits your story very well.

    Just go to 0:50 in. That NY Time science reporter has got to feel like he’s in a Monty Python movie right now. Only, it might not be so funny …

    For, this we’ve lost a TOP COVID-one-niner reporter, TOP MAN, I tells ya. It’s egregious! It’s atrocious! It’s LAMENTABLE!

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    https://youtu.be/SYkbqzWVHZI?t=49

    , @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman


    I don’t know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos
     
    On the youtube page, under the video, next to the thumbs up and down, you will find a button that says share. If you click share it gives you a link. There is a checkbox that says start at. Or, you can put "&start=50" or "&t=50"at the end of your link. "&end=100" is supposed to set an end time, but it does not seem to work.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  40. JohnnyWalker123, like Whiskey, is looking like he has a better handle on what’s going on in this country than 99% of the rest of us.

    • Thanks: JohnnyWalker123
    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @JMcG

    Thanks.

    I've done a lot of research into what happens in elite circles. My research has led me to conclude the following.

    1. Prostitution rings are rampant in elite circles. Examples include the Epstein ring, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, and the Finders. These rings often involve judges, bureaucrats, politicians, military/intel officers, clergy, financiers, businessmen, media personalities, Hollywood celebs, intellectuals, academics, and other types of elite individuals.

    2. These prostitution rings enable all types of debauchery - orgies, rape, sexual torture, homosexuality, pedophilia, etc. It goes well beyond just ordinary sex with adult-aged women. The pimps can cater to ANY deviant desire.

    3. Many of the pimps are connected to powerful individuals and/or organizations. These rings are often set up to entrap and blackmail men of power, wealth, and influence. For example, the Epstein ring blackmailed a huge fraction of global elites (Clintons, British royal family, etc). This ring was financed by oligarch Leslie Wexner. At the very top, the Israeli Mossad and Rothschild family collected sex blackmail tapes from Epstein.

    4. A large fraction of the elite prostitution rings are run by men who have ties to Jewish oligarchs and/or the Israeli Mossad. Though there are many examples of non-Jews running their own rings too. So even if Jews execute a lot of blackmail rings, they don't necessarily run all of them.

    5. If you ever wonder why White leaders seem so eager to betray the racial&cultural interests of their own people, see above (point 4). If you ever see elites behaving in ways that are utterly bizarre and beyond comprehension, refer to point 4.

    6. If you are an individual who is being sexually blackmailed by powerful men, they will often act as your benefactors. They will advance your career because you can act as their pawn. Your benefactors know that you will stay loyal forever because you don't want to be ruined by the release of embarrassing pictures or a sex tape. So if you play ball with them, you can have a very comfy and trouble-free life. Therefore, you cooperate and do as told. Well-known examples of sexually blackmailed individuals include Bill Clinton (Epstein sent his sex tapes to the Rothschilds and Israel), Lindsey Graham (homosexual blackmail), John McCain (CIA has evidence he aided Vietcong in exchange for prostitutes), former Speaker Dennis Hastert (arrested for homosexual molestation he committed in the 70s), and the Podesta brothers (pedophilia and sexual torture).

    7. For whatever reason, these prostitution rings often mix in elements of the Occult. Just look at Marina Abramovich. Or the headless body statue and demonic figurine in Tony Podesta's home. Or all the weird figurines and Satanic imagery that Epstein kept. Or Larry King's parties. Or the Satanic altars that were kept by the Finders. This Occult symbolism seems especially popular with Hollywood. I don't know why there's this obsession with the Occult. It's bizarre and disturbing.

    If you want to understand the above points in more detail, research the following.

    Epstein, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, the Finders, Presidio, McMartin preschool, Marina Abramovich, Rothschild illuminati party, Peter Nygard. Also, watch the movie "Eyes Wide Shut" and pay close attention to the Occult orgy in the mansion.

    All of the above is pervasive throughout our ruling class. It's truly frightening.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Sam Malone

  41. @Harry Baldwin
    @Anon

    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn't forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises, even with every powerful, entrenched group in government, media, and woke business allied against him. I think she expected him to be down at he border laying bricks himself.

    Now she tells those she calls "Trumpsters" to "Get over it."

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @ES, @Forbes

    No, this is on Trump:

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @MEH 0910


    President Biden has already installed roughly 1,000 high-level political appointees. His speedy grasp of power includes the quiet dismissal of holdovers from the Trump administration, who have been asked to clean out their offices immediately.
     
    There aren’t more than a dozen professional class American nationalists in the entire country, much less in Washington. Trump didn’t have a deep pool of talent to choose from.

    Replies: @bomag

    , @bomag
    @MEH 0910


    President Biden has already installed roughly 1,000 high-level political appointees.
     
    The analogy here is that Republicans approach politics like a citizen militia: not really thrilled about giving up a real job to face the scrutiny and mendacity of political battles.

    Democrats are like a professional army: they have guys stashed in barracks who can quickly be mustered out for medals, money, and the thrill of combat in a theater with lavish logistics and perks.
  42. Anonymous[686] • Disclaimer says:
    @Henry's Cat
    OTish:

    Wallen was depicted on a TMZ video using the “N Word” while shouting at some buddies. Immediately his record company suspended him, Country Music Television said he couldn’t be on their shows, I Heart Radio denounced him. It was assumed that Spotify and other streaming services would remove his music.

    Well, it’s a few hours later and guess what? Morgan Wallen is bigger than ever. He has the numbers 1, 3, and 4, 5 and 8 singles on iTunes, actually most of the top 100 are his singles with fourteen — 14 — more floating around. Fans downloaded his records all day.

    His two albums are numbers 1 and 2 on iTunes. There’s another one at around number 12.

    And Spotify didn’t drop him or do a thing. He’s right there, streaming away. And ALL his videos are playing away on YouTube.


    Wallen was roundly criticized by fellow country artists like Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and Kelsey Ballerini. But you know what? Wallen’s fans don’t care. To them, it’s all much ado about nothing.
     
    https://www.showbiz411.com/2021/02/03/update-morgan-wallen-canceled-not-so-fast-with-n-word-scandal-records-selling-like-crazy-still-on-spotify

    Replies: @Anonymous, @The Wild Geese Howard

    Well, it’s a few hours later and guess what? Morgan Wallen is bigger than ever. He has the numbers 1, 3, and 4, 5 and 8 singles on iTunes, actually most of the top 100 are his singles with fourteen — 14 — more floating around. Fans downloaded his records all day.

    Are Wallen’s sales up because buyers support his use of the epithet, or are they up because the scandal has merely increased his name recognition and market visibility?

  43. @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    Why no comment, Steve?
     
    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren't interesting.

    Replies: @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @Anonymous

    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @MEH 0910

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1357886889404022790

    Replies: @Forbes

    , @Desiderius
    @MEH 0910

    The tools were used (among other things) to subvert every constitutional means of fraud prevention/detection/restitution.

  44. Anonymous[686] • Disclaimer says:
    @MEH 0910
    @Harry Baldwin

    No, this is on Trump:

    https://twitter.com/VDAREJamesK/status/1354501528841760773

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1353035658886062080

    Replies: @Anonymous, @bomag

    President Biden has already installed roughly 1,000 high-level political appointees. His speedy grasp of power includes the quiet dismissal of holdovers from the Trump administration, who have been asked to clean out their offices immediately.

    There aren’t more than a dozen professional class American nationalists in the entire country, much less in Washington. Trump didn’t have a deep pool of talent to choose from.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @bomag
    @Anonymous

    Agree.

    We have a distillation process today that chases conservatives out of academia and politics.

    Replies: @anon

  45. @MEH 0910
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1357781138056609794

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Desiderius

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @MEH 0910


    "Don't spend months deceiving your viewers with civilly actionable falsehoods" is generally a good rule of thumb
     
    Are we talking about Russian collusion, or something else??

    Dems spent four years as the Resistance opposing Trump with purposeful falsehoods, then Biden garnered 16 million votes more than Hillary did in '16--who herself never topped Obama's vote totals in '08 and '12.

    While US population increased by 7 million, votes cast increased by 25 million, over '16.

    Surely, discussing circumstantial evidence is not a civilly actionable falsehood?

    Replies: @MEH 0910

  46. @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    Why no comment, Steve?
     
    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren't interesting.

    Replies: @El Dato, @MEH 0910, @Anonymous

    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren’t interesting.

    Do you think there was anything of substance in it?

    • Replies: @Hypnotoad666
    @Anonymous


    Do you think there was anything of substance in it?
     
    Quite a bit. For example, the fact that BLM is a centrally controlled tool that protests when and how it is directed to do so to help Democrats. The fact that Big Tech was not just spontaneously enforcing its BS "terms of service" but had explicit behind-the-scenes agreements with the anti-Trump team to suppress and promote specific messaging. The fact that Zuckerberg personally spent $300 million to influence and manipulate vote counting in strategic locations. The fact that the Chamber of Commerce was promoting the anti-Trump campaign behind the scenes. Etc.

    Most of this was either obvious or widely reported in non-MSM sources. But now it's out in the open.
  47. @Anonymous
    Why no comment, Steve?

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666, @Gary in Gramercy

    Res ipsa loquitur.

    • Agree: bomag
  48. @Anonymous
    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Replies: @nokangaroos, @V. Hickel, @Crawfurdmuir, @MEH 0910, @Jimbo, @Inquiring Mind

    nice try shlomo.

  49. @Achmed E. Newman
    @El Dato

    El Dato, I don't know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos (tried a couple of ways before, but no luck). Here's a video that fits your story very well.

    Just go to 0:50 in. That NY Time science reporter has got to feel like he's in a Monty Python movie right now. Only, it might not be so funny ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYkbqzWVHZI

    For, this we've lost a TOP COVID-one-niner reporter, TOP MAN, I tells ya. It's egregious! It's atrocious! It's LAMENTABLE!

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @Adam Smith

  50. @Reg Cæsar
    https://www.madeinchicagomuseum.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/848e7d_bd5ce837475a4784943f6338d972f3dfmv2.jpg

    ...last summer, when he claimed to have had a heart incident.
     
    https://cdn2.iconfinder.com/data/icons/lgbt-8/100/gay-breakup-9-lgbt-men-couple-breakup-ending-relationship-separation-heart-broken-sadness-512.png

    Replies: @Chrisnonymous, @Geschrei

    Lincoln Log Cabin Republicans?

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Geschrei


    Lincoln Log Cabin Republicans?

     

    Lincoln Log Cabin Project.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvo5lBlB6yI&t=1m04s

    Replies: @vinteuil

  51. @anon
    I think we can safely assume anybody related to the major political parties is gay at this point. Who else but fopish men would deal with the high school drama club that is government without being tempted into acts of hellacious violence?

    Imagine watching AOC or Rashida Tlaib or some other HPD-riddled hag cry their narcissistic crocodile tears on the floor of Congress and believe you're doing real work. lmao

    Replies: @Danindc, @The Wild Geese Howard

    That’s a good and fair point but there are exceptions. Ron DeSantis. Stud college baseball player getting it done in Florida. He’s going to put us on the path back to respectability. Yes he’s an Israeli cuck but thats the only option in American politics at the moment.

    DeSantis 2024

    • Replies: @JohnnyWalker123
    @Danindc

    Tucker 2024.

    Replies: @Danindc

  52. @tyrone
    It's nice to find out what's happening up on the moral high ground …….now that the election is over……..how did a hog-headed piece of shit like George T. Conway pull a chick like Kellyann?

    Replies: @Danindc, @Crawfurdmuir

    He wasn’t always a total pig and he had money.

  53. @El Dato
    @Hypnotoad666

    Nebojsa Malic on this:

    There WAS a color revolution in the US after all – and its architects now BOAST of how they ‘fortified’ the 2020 election

    The fact that this doesn't come from some independent medium is bizarre.

    - Someone checks whether the populace is subdued enough to not even notice
    - Someone wants to increase the probability to serious events, maybe to further fortify democracy
    - Hyperdimensional 4-D quantum chess to get Trump back as Prez, and it's all secretly a fascist coup to grab the presidency after all, with Biden/Kamala and 6/1 just a red herring.

    The one thing that looks like a sad case of rabbis in the removal wagon is the GOP.

    OT. meanwhile, stupid talk of nuclear war intensifying: STRATCOM chief claims nuclear war with Russia or China a ‘REAL POSSIBILITY,’ says US can’t assume ‘strategic deterrence will hold’.

    Ok. Cool.

    Replies: @Bert, @Hypnotoad666

    The STRATCOM chief is playing 1914 games. Very foolish.

  54. @Achmed E. Newman
    @El Dato

    El Dato, I don't know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos (tried a couple of ways before, but no luck). Here's a video that fits your story very well.

    Just go to 0:50 in. That NY Time science reporter has got to feel like he's in a Monty Python movie right now. Only, it might not be so funny ...

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SYkbqzWVHZI

    For, this we've lost a TOP COVID-one-niner reporter, TOP MAN, I tells ya. It's egregious! It's atrocious! It's LAMENTABLE!

    Replies: @Adam Smith, @Adam Smith

    I don’t know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos

    On the youtube page, under the video, next to the thumbs up and down, you will find a button that says share. If you click share it gives you a link. There is a checkbox that says start at. Or, you can put “&start=50” or “&t=50″at the end of your link. “&end=100” is supposed to set an end time, but it does not seem to work.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Adam Smith

    I've tried that before, Adam, and you've probably seen time starts and ends on embedded vids on Peak Stupidity that work. I experimented with this before on unz, and had no luck. Your one above started at the beginning and ended at the end. (I mean the full clip played.)

    I'll play around with it some more. BTW, is your "t" supposed to be duration? I've used the youtube7Ym_iuVY4Hq?start=20&end=130. style, which worked on my site. The times are in seconds from the beginning, and my YM_iuVY4Hq is just an example to show the 11-char youtube code. Of course, it's hard to display it here, so just assume that first part of the link up to the question mark is what one would normally paste in for the full clip.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

  55. @Harry Baldwin
    @Anon

    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn't forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises, even with every powerful, entrenched group in government, media, and woke business allied against him. I think she expected him to be down at he border laying bricks himself.

    Now she tells those she calls "Trumpsters" to "Get over it."

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @ES, @Forbes

    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn’t forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises,

    I doubt she’s happy about it, but she’s right.

  56. @Irishman
    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Moral Stone, @donut, @Jack Armstrong, @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    I’m always surprised how little money is spent given the stakes.

    2020 fed election cost 20 billion, the next fed Covfefe-19 bill is a 2 Trillion package.

    • Replies: @bomag
    @Jack Armstrong

    Both are too high.

    If we cut each one in half, would the outcome be worse? If we spent 50% more on each, would outcomes be better?

  57. @Anonymous
    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Replies: @nokangaroos, @V. Hickel, @Crawfurdmuir, @MEH 0910, @Jimbo, @Inquiring Mind

    But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Ask Dennis Hastert, and Mark Foley, and Jim Kolbe. Or ask Ben Sasse, who was a tutor and proctor for the Congressional Pages program during the period when Foley and Kolbe were, shall we say, active. How can Sasse not have known about them?

    Whatever may be said about QAnon, there is longstanding and solid evidence for paedophilia, both hetero- and homosexual, in high government circles. The potential for blackmail related to this vice must exert an imponderable influence on what happens in Washington.

    • Replies: @Desiderius
    @Crawfurdmuir

    Sasse is PCA so I can only imagine he must be a quietist. If only that extended to the 75 million who elected Trump.

    , @Anon
    @Crawfurdmuir

    Indeed. In France, the Olivier Duhamel “incest” case exploded this past January. A very influential man, this Duhamel, once Head of the School of Political Science, President of prestigious and secretive Le Siecle dinner club, married a women ten years his senior and proceeded to abuse his 12 yr old stepson, son of a former foreign minister. Many, many people in power knew. Only an aunt raised her voice, she was suicided in her pool, with her neck around a chair and her lungs dry. Oh, Duhamel had slept with the aunt too, naturally. National exeques for the aunt followed, with Sarkozy and the rest of Paris attending in 2011. (on youtube). But the number of well-known names going back fifty, sixty, years.. there are videos of then on YouTube literally saying on national tv debate shows “when a five-year old girl undresses you it’s fantastic” (Daniel Cohn Bendit). But why not, when they gave conferences and wrote books about their exploits (Gabriel Matzneff, René Scherer, Roger Peyrefitte). Their friends tried defending them (Alain Finkielkraut). Fortunately a few heads have rolled, but it is doubtful habits have changed.. so many Frenchmen with houses in Morocco (Bernard Henri-Levy).

  58. @Irishman
    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Moral Stone, @donut, @Jack Armstrong, @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    Alas these are not nobodies.

    You’re looking at the heart of the beast.

  59. @tyrone
    It's nice to find out what's happening up on the moral high ground …….now that the election is over……..how did a hog-headed piece of shit like George T. Conway pull a chick like Kellyann?

    Replies: @Danindc, @Crawfurdmuir

    how did a hog-headed piece of shit like George T. Conway pull a chick like Kellyann?

    They were much younger at the time, and love is strange.

    Usually if one of the spouses goes to seed in the years following marriage, it’s the wife, but in George’s case, he just put on the pounds. If the undertaker were to render off all the lard from his corpse, George could be buried in a shoebox.

    • Replies: @Thatgirl
    @Crawfurdmuir


    Usually if one of the spouses goes to seed in the years following marriage, it’s the wife
     
    Yes as I look out over America what strikes me is the millions of fit and trim middle aged men and their fat wives.

    Replies: @Crawfurdmuir

  60. @anon
    I think we can safely assume anybody related to the major political parties is gay at this point. Who else but fopish men would deal with the high school drama club that is government without being tempted into acts of hellacious violence?

    Imagine watching AOC or Rashida Tlaib or some other HPD-riddled hag cry their narcissistic crocodile tears on the floor of Congress and believe you're doing real work. lmao

    Replies: @Danindc, @The Wild Geese Howard

    The AOC struggle-session in Congress is actually an important turning point because it confirms that body is now mere window-dressing.

    The real power lies in the courts with executive orders coming in second place.

    At the state level, the ongoing world situation has revealed governors to be far, far too powerful.

  61. @Crawfurdmuir
    @Anonymous


    But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?
     
    Ask Dennis Hastert, and Mark Foley, and Jim Kolbe. Or ask Ben Sasse, who was a tutor and proctor for the Congressional Pages program during the period when Foley and Kolbe were, shall we say, active. How can Sasse not have known about them?

    Whatever may be said about QAnon, there is longstanding and solid evidence for paedophilia, both hetero- and homosexual, in high government circles. The potential for blackmail related to this vice must exert an imponderable influence on what happens in Washington.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anon

    Sasse is PCA so I can only imagine he must be a quietist. If only that extended to the 75 million who elected Trump.

  62. @MEH 0910
    @Hypnotoad666

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1357781138056609794

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @Desiderius

    The tools were used (among other things) to subvert every constitutional means of fraud prevention/detection/restitution.

    • Agree: bomag, Redman
  63. @Henry's Cat
    OTish:

    Wallen was depicted on a TMZ video using the “N Word” while shouting at some buddies. Immediately his record company suspended him, Country Music Television said he couldn’t be on their shows, I Heart Radio denounced him. It was assumed that Spotify and other streaming services would remove his music.

    Well, it’s a few hours later and guess what? Morgan Wallen is bigger than ever. He has the numbers 1, 3, and 4, 5 and 8 singles on iTunes, actually most of the top 100 are his singles with fourteen — 14 — more floating around. Fans downloaded his records all day.

    His two albums are numbers 1 and 2 on iTunes. There’s another one at around number 12.

    And Spotify didn’t drop him or do a thing. He’s right there, streaming away. And ALL his videos are playing away on YouTube.


    Wallen was roundly criticized by fellow country artists like Maren Morris, Mickey Guyton, and Kelsey Ballerini. But you know what? Wallen’s fans don’t care. To them, it’s all much ado about nothing.
     
    https://www.showbiz411.com/2021/02/03/update-morgan-wallen-canceled-not-so-fast-with-n-word-scandal-records-selling-like-crazy-still-on-spotify

    Replies: @Anonymous, @The Wild Geese Howard

    Morgan seems like a mostly alright dude who most Heritage Americans could hang out with for a beer or two.

    Allegedly Tomi Lahren stepped out on her fiancé with him last year, supposedly Morgan didn’t see it as a long-term situation, her fiancé found out, and that led to her eventual Instagram rant about how all men are worthless children.

    I’ve been trying to give him some extra listens on Spotify.

  64. Everybody seems to be getting rich off of projects like this. Make money as the country burns down as a result. This has to be the last days of Rome, a pigsty of sexual debauch combined with blind greed for more money.

  65. Anonymous[313] • Disclaimer says:
    @Not Only Wrathful
    "Founder of Lincoln Project" and mid-ranking member of "secret cabal" to fix and "protect" election from "Trump winning" used his position for unsubtle and latent pedophilia

    Ffs

    QAnon is less ridiculous than real life

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Hey— at least now, that dusty old Satan-pedo-cult terminology can be neatly upgraded/patched to “protecting kids from The Lincoln Project.”

    Like the Tories and Whigs, the projectors should “own the insult,” after swiveling back from their heels openly rebrand as National Man-Boy Lincoln Association, a magical meme already touching transcendent Internet harmony last month.

    • Replies: @Gabe Ruth
    @Anonymous

    We should come up with some revisionist retconning of our own some time. Just accurately portraying historical events is often quite disturbing to NPCs, but with a little creativity we can turn up the heat.

    Would be nice if this crew of creeps contributed to a negative reevaluation of Lincoln's legacy, both by association with them and by looking at what actually happened. There's his hoped for end game of sending them back which is fairly well known already, but there's also the idea that he was driven by big money boys who wanted to rearrange matters so that obsolete farm equipment could be put to more efficient use.

    Another project would be recasting Nixon as an American hero, the last man at the top who tried to fight the deep state.

  66. @Anonymous
    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Replies: @nokangaroos, @V. Hickel, @Crawfurdmuir, @MEH 0910, @Jimbo, @Inquiring Mind


    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @MEH 0910

    "Kasich strategist?" Does someone put that on their resume with a straight face?

  67. @Anonymous
    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Replies: @nokangaroos, @V. Hickel, @Crawfurdmuir, @MEH 0910, @Jimbo, @Inquiring Mind

    Its DC. Everyone is gay.

  68. @BenKenobi
    @Clyde

    Everyone is quite content to be in the box of hamsters — just crawling over each other — until there is profit or political hay to be made by pretending you were never into it.

    Replies: @Whitney

    Box of RATS

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Whitney



    Everyone is quite content to be in the box of hamsters — just crawling over each other —

     

    Box of RATS
     
    Dumpster of coons.


    https://v.w-x.co/1609958800216_RACCOONS_HOLD_MEETING_INSIDE_DUMPSTER_v3.jpg
  69. @Irishman
    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    Replies: @Clyde, @Moral Stone, @donut, @Jack Armstrong, @Desiderius, @AnotherDad

    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.

    The reason the richest zip codes are around Washington and New York is simply that there are vast flows of money through those places.

    Out across the fruited plain millions of people toil away productively to make a living. There are the odd guys working on technologies–maybe some new battery technology, or robotics, or thorium cycle, etc.–that will improve our lives dramatically, deliver trillions in value.

    But if you can simply slip your hand–even your pinky’s finger nail–into the vast streams of money flowing through Washington and Wall Street you can make a nice living–maybe even be filthy rich, without doing anything remotely useful or getting your hands dirty.

    • Agree: bomag, HammerJack
    • Replies: @Thatgirl
    @AnotherDad

    I don’t even feel a sliver of jealousy for them. It’s like knowing a “high-class” hooker makes thousands of dollars for a blow job. I will never want money that badly.

    , @Bumpkin
    @AnotherDad

    You neglect to mention that the richest zip codes are now around you in SV, which is just as filled with talentless hacks dreaming of harvesting others' personal data for their financial gain, like their idol the dumb Zuck, or parlaying the latest tech scam, whether cleantech or "AI" or blockchain, into yet another pump-and-dump payout.

    I'm happy that the Internet is changing all that though and look forward to chortling at the coming crash of these grifter clusters, which will make the 2008 crash look like a kids' party.

  70. Interesting that the gay sex angle here is what is stirring up the Indians. (Oh, I forgot, Hate Crime here.)

    Politics has always been rife with sexual exploitation or attempts. Has everyone forgotten Bill Clinton, not to mention JFK, LBJ, Teddy K., Bush Sr. and likely many others?

    Of course trolling for fun or hitting on strangers, much younger, is always a risky business. Especially now, when some females regard flirting as attempted rape.

    Men are usually more circumspect about male advances. Since statistically far fewer are into gay male things.

    So not surprising that this obscure but lucrative ‘Lincoln Project’ has grifters and creeps involved. Hollywood is now awash with male actors/singers being trashed by bitter ex girlfriends who moved along after they were no longer interested. Less is heard from former male boyfriends since there is a social price to be paid for that. Hitting on strangers is a regular male gay thing, though usually done only in venues where the odds for success are high.

    Political ‘traitors’, those who use their former affiliations to gain money and prestige by denouncing their former friends, are never to be trusted. Especially those who are surprise-surprise, doing so to raise money from suckers. They are not people of good moral character, regardless of their sexual orientation.

  71. @Dave Pinsen
    https://twitter.com/mattdizwhitlock/status/1357854816429625347?s=21

    Replies: @donut, @Forbes

    Well thank god Maggie Haberman reported the whole story–those inconvenient details about compensation were just a side distraction…

  72. @Anonymous
    Did Weaver hit on men who were not gay? Would think that would be a bit more disturbing and getting blowback (haha). But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?

    Replies: @nokangaroos, @V. Hickel, @Crawfurdmuir, @MEH 0910, @Jimbo, @Inquiring Mind

    The Lincoln Project and the Log Cabin Republicans.

    Is this the reason I always got the two groups confused?

  73. @Harry Baldwin
    @Anon

    I hope Ann Coulter is happy. She couldn't forgive Trump for not delivering on all his promises, even with every powerful, entrenched group in government, media, and woke business allied against him. I think she expected him to be down at he border laying bricks himself.

    Now she tells those she calls "Trumpsters" to "Get over it."

    Replies: @MEH 0910, @ES, @Forbes

    Ann Coulter is a provocateur, an entertainer–as are most media personalities, who operate under the proviso that there’s no such thing as bad PR. Her witty wordsmithing act works best as a lightening rod. Aside from her many fans, there are also those who love to hate her–to whom she also appeals.

    Her disappointment in Trump’s lack of purity as to purpose is no less than many here–except her megaphone is bigger.

    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Forbes

    Respectfully, Mr. Forbes, I think we got the crust of one slice in the whole loaf. Plus, the Bai Dien administration probably EO'd that piece to oblivion on Day 1.

    Ann Coulter was right. I do agree she is glad to have that megaphone no matter what happens. Oh, and I'm still pissed that she came out with one paragraph in a few-weeks-back column making it out like the Capitol Gang were really BAD DUDES. That was just flat out lying by Ann. It does make me wonder about her.

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Forbes


    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.
     
    And what was that, exactly? How much of what he accomplished will last one more month of executive action by President Theoden?

    Replies: @Jack Armstrong

  74. @Geschrei
    @Reg Cæsar

    Lincoln Log Cabin Republicans?

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Lincoln Log Cabin Republicans?

    Lincoln Log Cabin Project.

    • Replies: @vinteuil
    @Reg Cæsar

    Wow. What an evil little P.O.S.

    "Army of the Decent?"

    It's guys like this who sometimes make me hope, just for a moment, that there really is a hell.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  75. @Mr. Anon

    Ms. Horn did not further elaborate. In a response, the Lincoln Project said that 48 hours ago, Ms. Horn requested “an immediate ‘signing bonus’ payment of $250,000 and a $40,000-per-month consulting contract,” and claimed that in December, she had “demanded a board seat on the Lincoln Project, a television show, a podcast hosting assignment and a staff to manage these endeavors.”
     
    The Lincoln Project:

    Ten cucks a'cucking.

    Nine grifters grifting.

    Replies: @vinteuil

    The Lincoln Project:

    Ten cucks a’cucking.

    Nine grifters grifting.

    To say nothing of Eight fags a’creeping.

    • LOL: Mr. Anon
    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @vinteuil

    You guys are on a roll. Keep it going. I got nothin' right now.

    , @JohnnyWalker123
    @vinteuil

    We gotta keep this rolling.

    Replies: @silviosilver

  76. @Jack Armstrong
    @Irishman

    I’m always surprised how little money is spent given the stakes.

    2020 fed election cost 20 billion, the next fed Covfefe-19 bill is a 2 Trillion package.

    Replies: @bomag

    Both are too high.

    If we cut each one in half, would the outcome be worse? If we spent 50% more on each, would outcomes be better?

  77. GOP has a consultant problem, not a Trump one. That brings us to what do the political employers know?

  78. @MEH 0910
    @MEH 0910

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1357886889404022790

    Replies: @Forbes

    “Don’t spend months deceiving your viewers with civilly actionable falsehoods” is generally a good rule of thumb

    Are we talking about Russian collusion, or something else??

    Dems spent four years as the Resistance opposing Trump with purposeful falsehoods, then Biden garnered 16 million votes more than Hillary did in ’16–who herself never topped Obama’s vote totals in ’08 and ’12.

    While US population increased by 7 million, votes cast increased by 25 million, over ’16.

    Surely, discussing circumstantial evidence is not a civilly actionable falsehood?

    • Agree: Redman
    • Replies: @MEH 0910
    @Forbes

    Michael Tracey criticized the Russia Hoax:

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1325095815938002946

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1326571125183279107

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1346868001954476035

    Replies: @Redman

  79. The upper reaches of the GOP establishment, in common with the Holy Roman Catholic & Apostolic Church, is just weirdly infested by ugly old gay men

    • Agree: Jack Armstrong
    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @vinteuil

    Are republicans also inclined to be pederasts ? They are older married men, inclined toward teenagers. This was the norm in incient times. At least they are traditionalists. LOL

  80. @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman


    I don’t know how to put time tags in embedded ytube videos
     
    On the youtube page, under the video, next to the thumbs up and down, you will find a button that says share. If you click share it gives you a link. There is a checkbox that says start at. Or, you can put "&start=50" or "&t=50"at the end of your link. "&end=100" is supposed to set an end time, but it does not seem to work.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    I’ve tried that before, Adam, and you’ve probably seen time starts and ends on embedded vids on Peak Stupidity that work. I experimented with this before on unz, and had no luck. Your one above started at the beginning and ended at the end. (I mean the full clip played.)

    I’ll play around with it some more. BTW, is your “t” supposed to be duration? I’ve used the youtube7Ym_iuVY4Hq?start=20&end=130. style, which worked on my site. The times are in seconds from the beginning, and my YM_iuVY4Hq is just an example to show the 11-char youtube code. Of course, it’s hard to display it here, so just assume that first part of the link up to the question mark is what one would normally paste in for the full clip.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    That's interesting... It worked when I tested it earlier, when it was still in it's 5 minute edit mode. Maybe it's something with unz. "t" = start time. I'll paste some links at peakstupidity so you can see the links.

    Ok, quick update... If I go to either of these links...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/no-comment-7/
    https://www.unz.com/isteve/no-comment-7/#comment-4453138

    It works. It starts at 49 seconds like I told it to.
    It starts from the beginning when I watch it here...

    https://www.unz.com/comments/all/?commenterfilter=Adam+Smith

    Works the same in two different browsers.
    Maybe it's different on your computer?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  81. @vinteuil
    @Mr. Anon


    The Lincoln Project:

    Ten cucks a’cucking.

    Nine grifters grifting.
     

    To say nothing of Eight fags a'creeping.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @JohnnyWalker123

    You guys are on a roll. Keep it going. I got nothin’ right now.

  82. @Anonymous
    @MEH 0910


    President Biden has already installed roughly 1,000 high-level political appointees. His speedy grasp of power includes the quiet dismissal of holdovers from the Trump administration, who have been asked to clean out their offices immediately.
     
    There aren’t more than a dozen professional class American nationalists in the entire country, much less in Washington. Trump didn’t have a deep pool of talent to choose from.

    Replies: @bomag

    Agree.

    We have a distillation process today that chases conservatives out of academia and politics.

    • Replies: @anon
    @bomag

    We have a distillation process today that chases conservatives out of academia and politics.

    Feature, not bug.

  83. @Forbes
    @Harry Baldwin

    Ann Coulter is a provocateur, an entertainer--as are most media personalities, who operate under the proviso that there's no such thing as bad PR. Her witty wordsmithing act works best as a lightening rod. Aside from her many fans, there are also those who love to hate her--to whom she also appeals.

    Her disappointment in Trump's lack of purity as to purpose is no less than many here--except her megaphone is bigger.

    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Mr. Anon

    Respectfully, Mr. Forbes, I think we got the crust of one slice in the whole loaf. Plus, the Bai Dien administration probably EO’d that piece to oblivion on Day 1.

    Ann Coulter was right. I do agree she is glad to have that megaphone no matter what happens. Oh, and I’m still pissed that she came out with one paragraph in a few-weeks-back column making it out like the Capitol Gang were really BAD DUDES. That was just flat out lying by Ann. It does make me wonder about her.

    • Agree: DCThrowback
  84. @Whitney
    @BenKenobi

    Box of RATS

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Everyone is quite content to be in the box of hamsters — just crawling over each other —

    Box of RATS

    Dumpster of coons.

  85. @Reg Cæsar
    @Geschrei


    Lincoln Log Cabin Republicans?

     

    Lincoln Log Cabin Project.



    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kvo5lBlB6yI&t=1m04s

    Replies: @vinteuil

    Wow. What an evil little P.O.S.

    “Army of the Decent?”

    It’s guys like this who sometimes make me hope, just for a moment, that there really is a hell.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @vinteuil


    “Army of the Decent?”

     

    They misspelled "descent".


    https://images.bonanzastatic.com/afu/images/3646/7756/93/DSC08953.JPG

    Replies: @Known Fact

  86. @bomag
    @Anonymous

    Agree.

    We have a distillation process today that chases conservatives out of academia and politics.

    Replies: @anon

    We have a distillation process today that chases conservatives out of academia and politics.

    Feature, not bug.

  87. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Adam Smith

    I've tried that before, Adam, and you've probably seen time starts and ends on embedded vids on Peak Stupidity that work. I experimented with this before on unz, and had no luck. Your one above started at the beginning and ended at the end. (I mean the full clip played.)

    I'll play around with it some more. BTW, is your "t" supposed to be duration? I've used the youtube7Ym_iuVY4Hq?start=20&end=130. style, which worked on my site. The times are in seconds from the beginning, and my YM_iuVY4Hq is just an example to show the 11-char youtube code. Of course, it's hard to display it here, so just assume that first part of the link up to the question mark is what one would normally paste in for the full clip.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

    That’s interesting… It worked when I tested it earlier, when it was still in it’s 5 minute edit mode. Maybe it’s something with unz. “t” = start time. I’ll paste some links at peakstupidity so you can see the links.

    Ok, quick update… If I go to either of these links…

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/no-comment-7/
    https://www.unz.com/isteve/no-comment-7/#comment-4453138

    It works. It starts at 49 seconds like I told it to.
    It starts from the beginning when I watch it here…

    https://www.unz.com/comments/all/?commenterfilter=Adam+Smith

    Works the same in two different browsers.
    Maybe it’s different on your computer?

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Adam Smith

    Your video clip works correctly now for me too (same browser/device/actual Steve Sailer post page). Interesting. Did it just have to be reloaded? I would have thought I'd already reloaded the page a number of times posting comments.

    I will look at your examples on PS. Thanks.

    BTW, I've looked through the HTML source before, to find something out, but a) those are BIG files, and b) I don't know how to do that on a tablet and/or this browser.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

  88. @Forbes
    @MEH 0910


    "Don't spend months deceiving your viewers with civilly actionable falsehoods" is generally a good rule of thumb
     
    Are we talking about Russian collusion, or something else??

    Dems spent four years as the Resistance opposing Trump with purposeful falsehoods, then Biden garnered 16 million votes more than Hillary did in '16--who herself never topped Obama's vote totals in '08 and '12.

    While US population increased by 7 million, votes cast increased by 25 million, over '16.

    Surely, discussing circumstantial evidence is not a civilly actionable falsehood?

    Replies: @MEH 0910

    Michael Tracey criticized the Russia Hoax:


    [MORE]

    • Replies: @Redman
    @MEH 0910

    Indeed he did. Then why now does Tracey say that “‘most claims of election fraud are straightforwardly insane”? This is sort of a tautology. Russia Collusion got a fat budget and 2-year criminal investigation and special prosecutor, while the shenanigans in Election 2020 got shoved down our throats.

  89. @Anonymous
    @Hypnotoad666


    And why no comment on the Time Magazine bombshell? I guess nefarious globalist conspiracies to rig elections just aren’t interesting.
     
    Do you think there was anything of substance in it?

    Replies: @Hypnotoad666

    Do you think there was anything of substance in it?

    Quite a bit. For example, the fact that BLM is a centrally controlled tool that protests when and how it is directed to do so to help Democrats. The fact that Big Tech was not just spontaneously enforcing its BS “terms of service” but had explicit behind-the-scenes agreements with the anti-Trump team to suppress and promote specific messaging. The fact that Zuckerberg personally spent $300 million to influence and manipulate vote counting in strategic locations. The fact that the Chamber of Commerce was promoting the anti-Trump campaign behind the scenes. Etc.

    Most of this was either obvious or widely reported in non-MSM sources. But now it’s out in the open.

  90. @El Dato
    @Hypnotoad666

    Nebojsa Malic on this:

    There WAS a color revolution in the US after all – and its architects now BOAST of how they ‘fortified’ the 2020 election

    The fact that this doesn't come from some independent medium is bizarre.

    - Someone checks whether the populace is subdued enough to not even notice
    - Someone wants to increase the probability to serious events, maybe to further fortify democracy
    - Hyperdimensional 4-D quantum chess to get Trump back as Prez, and it's all secretly a fascist coup to grab the presidency after all, with Biden/Kamala and 6/1 just a red herring.

    The one thing that looks like a sad case of rabbis in the removal wagon is the GOP.

    OT. meanwhile, stupid talk of nuclear war intensifying: STRATCOM chief claims nuclear war with Russia or China a ‘REAL POSSIBILITY,’ says US can’t assume ‘strategic deterrence will hold’.

    Ok. Cool.

    Replies: @Bert, @Hypnotoad666

    Nebojsa Malic on this:

    There WAS a color revolution in the US after all – and its architects now BOAST of how they ‘fortified’ the 2020 election

    That was a good piece. Here’s one nugget:

    Perhaps the most intriguing part is buried towards the end. Ball reveals that she got a text from Podhorzer – the AFL-CIO organizer – on the morning of January 6, hours before what the Democrats would describe as “insurrection” by Trump supporters at the US Capitol, saying that the “activist left” was “strenuously discouraging counter activity” in order to “preserve safety and ensure they couldn’t be blamed for any mayhem.”

    How did Podhorzer know there would be “mayhem,” hours before the “storming” of the Capitol that Democrats claim Trump “incited” at the rally outside the White House at noon? It’s a mystery.

    • Thanks: bomag
  91. @Forbes
    @Harry Baldwin

    Ann Coulter is a provocateur, an entertainer--as are most media personalities, who operate under the proviso that there's no such thing as bad PR. Her witty wordsmithing act works best as a lightening rod. Aside from her many fans, there are also those who love to hate her--to whom she also appeals.

    Her disappointment in Trump's lack of purity as to purpose is no less than many here--except her megaphone is bigger.

    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Mr. Anon

    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.

    And what was that, exactly? How much of what he accomplished will last one more month of executive action by President Theoden?

    • Replies: @Jack Armstrong
    @Mr. Anon

    Judicial (not just the supreme [is that racist? a legacy of enslaved peoples?] court) appointees?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

  92. @AnotherDad
    @Irishman


    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.
     
    The reason the richest zip codes are around Washington and New York is simply that there are vast flows of money through those places.

    Out across the fruited plain millions of people toil away productively to make a living. There are the odd guys working on technologies--maybe some new battery technology, or robotics, or thorium cycle, etc.--that will improve our lives dramatically, deliver trillions in value.

    But if you can simply slip your hand--even your pinky's finger nail--into the vast streams of money flowing through Washington and Wall Street you can make a nice living--maybe even be filthy rich, without doing anything remotely useful or getting your hands dirty.

    Replies: @Thatgirl, @Bumpkin

    I don’t even feel a sliver of jealousy for them. It’s like knowing a “high-class” hooker makes thousands of dollars for a blow job. I will never want money that badly.

  93. @Danindc
    @anon

    That’s a good and fair point but there are exceptions. Ron DeSantis. Stud college baseball player getting it done in Florida. He’s going to put us on the path back to respectability. Yes he’s an Israeli cuck but thats the only option in American politics at the moment.

    DeSantis 2024

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Tucker 2024.

    • Replies: @Danindc
    @JohnnyWalker123

    He has no interest in running. Too much of a family man.

    Replies: @HammerJack

  94. @Dr. X

    “John Weaver’s grotesque and inappropriate behavior, coupled with his longstanding deceptions concerning that behavior, are sickening”
     
    Didn't anybody tell her that hiring "diverse" people like gays is "our greatest strength"?

    Replies: @DCThrowback

    weaver is actually married w/ a couple of kids

  95. @Crawfurdmuir
    @tyrone


    how did a hog-headed piece of shit like George T. Conway pull a chick like Kellyann?
     
    They were much younger at the time, and love is strange.

    Usually if one of the spouses goes to seed in the years following marriage, it's the wife, but in George's case, he just put on the pounds. If the undertaker were to render off all the lard from his corpse, George could be buried in a shoebox.

    Replies: @Thatgirl

    Usually if one of the spouses goes to seed in the years following marriage, it’s the wife

    Yes as I look out over America what strikes me is the millions of fit and trim middle aged men and their fat wives.

    • Agree: HammerJack
    • Replies: @Crawfurdmuir
    @Thatgirl


    Yes as I look out over America what strikes me is the millions of fit and trim middle aged men and their fat wives.
     
    You misunderstand me. Most of those men were not outstanding specimens before marriage.
  96. @vinteuil
    @Mr. Anon


    The Lincoln Project:

    Ten cucks a’cucking.

    Nine grifters grifting.
     

    To say nothing of Eight fags a'creeping.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @JohnnyWalker123

    We gotta keep this rolling.

    • Replies: @silviosilver
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Fiiiive golden showers.

  97. @MEH 0910
    @Harry Baldwin

    No, this is on Trump:

    https://twitter.com/VDAREJamesK/status/1354501528841760773

    https://twitter.com/AnnCoulter/status/1353035658886062080

    Replies: @Anonymous, @bomag

    President Biden has already installed roughly 1,000 high-level political appointees.

    The analogy here is that Republicans approach politics like a citizen militia: not really thrilled about giving up a real job to face the scrutiny and mendacity of political battles.

    Democrats are like a professional army: they have guys stashed in barracks who can quickly be mustered out for medals, money, and the thrill of combat in a theater with lavish logistics and perks.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
  98. @vinteuil
    @Reg Cæsar

    Wow. What an evil little P.O.S.

    "Army of the Decent?"

    It's guys like this who sometimes make me hope, just for a moment, that there really is a hell.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    “Army of the Decent?”

    They misspelled “descent”.

    • LOL: vinteuil
    • Replies: @Known Fact
    @Reg Cæsar

    All Hell around you
    Just a continual descent
    Bedlam surrounds you
    It's the beginning of the end


    Just today's cheery thought from Accept

  99. @JMcG
    JohnnyWalker123, like Whiskey, is looking like he has a better handle on what’s going on in this country than 99% of the rest of us.

    Replies: @JohnnyWalker123

    Thanks.

    I’ve done a lot of research into what happens in elite circles. My research has led me to conclude the following.

    1. Prostitution rings are rampant in elite circles. Examples include the Epstein ring, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, and the Finders. These rings often involve judges, bureaucrats, politicians, military/intel officers, clergy, financiers, businessmen, media personalities, Hollywood celebs, intellectuals, academics, and other types of elite individuals.

    2. These prostitution rings enable all types of debauchery – orgies, rape, sexual torture, homosexuality, pedophilia, etc. It goes well beyond just ordinary sex with adult-aged women. The pimps can cater to ANY deviant desire.

    3. Many of the pimps are connected to powerful individuals and/or organizations. These rings are often set up to entrap and blackmail men of power, wealth, and influence. For example, the Epstein ring blackmailed a huge fraction of global elites (Clintons, British royal family, etc). This ring was financed by oligarch Leslie Wexner. At the very top, the Israeli Mossad and Rothschild family collected sex blackmail tapes from Epstein.

    4. A large fraction of the elite prostitution rings are run by men who have ties to Jewish oligarchs and/or the Israeli Mossad. Though there are many examples of non-Jews running their own rings too. So even if Jews execute a lot of blackmail rings, they don’t necessarily run all of them.

    5. If you ever wonder why White leaders seem so eager to betray the racial&cultural interests of their own people, see above (point 4). If you ever see elites behaving in ways that are utterly bizarre and beyond comprehension, refer to point 4.

    6. If you are an individual who is being sexually blackmailed by powerful men, they will often act as your benefactors. They will advance your career because you can act as their pawn. Your benefactors know that you will stay loyal forever because you don’t want to be ruined by the release of embarrassing pictures or a sex tape. So if you play ball with them, you can have a very comfy and trouble-free life. Therefore, you cooperate and do as told. Well-known examples of sexually blackmailed individuals include Bill Clinton (Epstein sent his sex tapes to the Rothschilds and Israel), Lindsey Graham (homosexual blackmail), John McCain (CIA has evidence he aided Vietcong in exchange for prostitutes), former Speaker Dennis Hastert (arrested for homosexual molestation he committed in the 70s), and the Podesta brothers (pedophilia and sexual torture).

    7. For whatever reason, these prostitution rings often mix in elements of the Occult. Just look at Marina Abramovich. Or the headless body statue and demonic figurine in Tony Podesta’s home. Or all the weird figurines and Satanic imagery that Epstein kept. Or Larry King’s parties. Or the Satanic altars that were kept by the Finders. This Occult symbolism seems especially popular with Hollywood. I don’t know why there’s this obsession with the Occult. It’s bizarre and disturbing.

    If you want to understand the above points in more detail, research the following.

    Epstein, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, the Finders, Presidio, McMartin preschool, Marina Abramovich, Rothschild illuminati party, Peter Nygard. Also, watch the movie “Eyes Wide Shut” and pay close attention to the Occult orgy in the mansion.

    All of the above is pervasive throughout our ruling class. It’s truly frightening.

    • Thanks: Achmed E. Newman
    • Replies: @JMcG
    @JohnnyWalker123

    Thanks, I’ll have a look. I was appalled at the level of corruption in the US Navy that was revealed by the Fat Leonard scandal. I really expected more from our nation’s military. They were revealed to be men devoid of honor. That scandal seems to have made barely a ripple in the national conscience, unlike Tailhook. There should be officers hanging from the yardarm.

    , @Sam Malone
    @JohnnyWalker123

    So you're pretty sure the McMartin school stuff was real? I'd always assumed it was initially, but then over the years I've seen such an avalanche of commentary from different sources disregarding the 1980s satanic panic that I started to disbelieve it.

    And what do you make of Ted Gunderson? He sounds so authoritative and was important in giving attention and credibility to a lot of this stuff back in the day, but when you look more closely into some of his reasoning and his explanations for not having solid evidence - specifically, like in McMartin, where he said they demolished the tunnels right before he could prove them - they sometimes seem wanting, and there were some odd things about his personal life that made you wonder. Or maybe he was just an odd guy - like a lot of us are in some ways - who was also onto the truth.

  100. @MEH 0910
    @Forbes

    Michael Tracey criticized the Russia Hoax:

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1325095815938002946

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1326571125183279107

    https://twitter.com/mtracey/status/1346868001954476035

    Replies: @Redman

    Indeed he did. Then why now does Tracey say that “‘most claims of election fraud are straightforwardly insane”? This is sort of a tautology. Russia Collusion got a fat budget and 2-year criminal investigation and special prosecutor, while the shenanigans in Election 2020 got shoved down our throats.

  101. @JohnnyWalker123
    @vinteuil

    We gotta keep this rolling.

    Replies: @silviosilver

    Fiiiive golden showers.

    • LOL: JohnnyWalker123
  102. Justin Spieth is back!!!!

    Super Bowl is so making me so, so, so excited!.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Lagertha

    stuff is getting real. https://youtu.be/t1pqi8vjTLY

    Replies: @Lagertha

    , @Achmed E. Newman
    @Lagertha

    Lagertha is back!!!

    Glad to hear from you. I have never been a big fan of the Superbowl, but when I did watch it was usually about making sure I filled out my tax forms during half-time, at the bar, while drinking. Prost! or whatever you people say.

    I don't mean anything derogatory by "you people". By that, I simply mean heavy drinkers. ;-}

  103. @Lagertha
    Justin Spieth is back!!!!

    Super Bowl is so making me so, so, so excited!.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Achmed E. Newman

    stuff is getting real.

    • Replies: @Lagertha
    @Lagertha

    btw, everyone is Cabal around you. I feel sorry for you. You know this is my last post to strangers...my family members are troubled...and, I am the helper: I am so worried about my family. God Speed to you all. I, hahhahahhahaaaaaaaaaa, wanted to be more cheerful to break up with Unz/iSteve - you are all contaminated with the Rothchilds. Rothchilds, Rockefellers, Schiffs, so many degenerate families who must be vilified for time in finitum. Time to let go of evil people

  104. @Lagertha
    @Lagertha

    stuff is getting real. https://youtu.be/t1pqi8vjTLY

    Replies: @Lagertha

    btw, everyone is Cabal around you. I feel sorry for you. You know this is my last post to strangers…my family members are troubled…and, I am the helper: I am so worried about my family. God Speed to you all. I, hahhahahhahaaaaaaaaaa, wanted to be more cheerful to break up with Unz/iSteve – you are all contaminated with the Rothchilds. Rothchilds, Rockefellers, Schiffs, so many degenerate families who must be vilified for time in finitum. Time to let go of evil people

  105. @vinteuil
    The upper reaches of the GOP establishment, in common with the Holy Roman Catholic & Apostolic Church, is just weirdly infested by ugly old gay men

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Are republicans also inclined to be pederasts ? They are older married men, inclined toward teenagers. This was the norm in incient times. At least they are traditionalists. LOL

  106. @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    That's interesting... It worked when I tested it earlier, when it was still in it's 5 minute edit mode. Maybe it's something with unz. "t" = start time. I'll paste some links at peakstupidity so you can see the links.

    Ok, quick update... If I go to either of these links...

    https://www.unz.com/isteve/no-comment-7/
    https://www.unz.com/isteve/no-comment-7/#comment-4453138

    It works. It starts at 49 seconds like I told it to.
    It starts from the beginning when I watch it here...

    https://www.unz.com/comments/all/?commenterfilter=Adam+Smith

    Works the same in two different browsers.
    Maybe it's different on your computer?

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Your video clip works correctly now for me too (same browser/device/actual Steve Sailer post page). Interesting. Did it just have to be reloaded? I would have thought I’d already reloaded the page a number of times posting comments.

    I will look at your examples on PS. Thanks.

    BTW, I’ve looked through the HTML source before, to find something out, but a) those are BIG files, and b) I don’t know how to do that on a tablet and/or this browser.

    • Replies: @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Did you find my comment on PS? I added another about what I found in the source on this page.

    I wouldn't try searching through the HTML source on my tablet. I suppose it could be done, but a real computer is much better suited for that. My tablet is too old and slow for such things, though it does make a great little ebook reader.

    Instead of searching the entire HTML source, do you know how to "Inspect Element" or "Inspect"? If you put your mouse in the proper place it should take you to the correct part of the code. Saves time. Hover over or near what you want to find and give it a right click, then select "Inspect Element" or "Inspect" from the menu.

    On my computer firefox calls it "Inspect Element" while chrome calls it "Inspect".

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  107. @Lagertha
    Justin Spieth is back!!!!

    Super Bowl is so making me so, so, so excited!.

    Replies: @Lagertha, @Achmed E. Newman

    Lagertha is back!!!

    Glad to hear from you. I have never been a big fan of the Superbowl, but when I did watch it was usually about making sure I filled out my tax forms during half-time, at the bar, while drinking. Prost! or whatever you people say.

    I don’t mean anything derogatory by “you people”. By that, I simply mean heavy drinkers. ;-}

  108. @JohnnyWalker123
    @Danindc

    Tucker 2024.

    Replies: @Danindc

    He has no interest in running. Too much of a family man.

    • Replies: @HammerJack
    @Danindc

    Or maybe he enjoys breathing.

  109. Anon[103] • Disclaimer says:
    @Crawfurdmuir
    @Anonymous


    But seriously, did he have some gaydar to tell him which dudes were gay? And then how are there so many of these kids that are gay, hanging around GOP circles?
     
    Ask Dennis Hastert, and Mark Foley, and Jim Kolbe. Or ask Ben Sasse, who was a tutor and proctor for the Congressional Pages program during the period when Foley and Kolbe were, shall we say, active. How can Sasse not have known about them?

    Whatever may be said about QAnon, there is longstanding and solid evidence for paedophilia, both hetero- and homosexual, in high government circles. The potential for blackmail related to this vice must exert an imponderable influence on what happens in Washington.

    Replies: @Desiderius, @Anon

    Indeed. In France, the Olivier Duhamel “incest” case exploded this past January. A very influential man, this Duhamel, once Head of the School of Political Science, President of prestigious and secretive Le Siecle dinner club, married a women ten years his senior and proceeded to abuse his 12 yr old stepson, son of a former foreign minister. Many, many people in power knew. Only an aunt raised her voice, she was suicided in her pool, with her neck around a chair and her lungs dry. Oh, Duhamel had slept with the aunt too, naturally. National exeques for the aunt followed, with Sarkozy and the rest of Paris attending in 2011. (on youtube). But the number of well-known names going back fifty, sixty, years.. there are videos of then on YouTube literally saying on national tv debate shows “when a five-year old girl undresses you it’s fantastic” (Daniel Cohn Bendit). But why not, when they gave conferences and wrote books about their exploits (Gabriel Matzneff, René Scherer, Roger Peyrefitte). Their friends tried defending them (Alain Finkielkraut). Fortunately a few heads have rolled, but it is doubtful habits have changed.. so many Frenchmen with houses in Morocco (Bernard Henri-Levy).

  110. @Anonymous
    @Not Only Wrathful

    Hey— at least now, that dusty old Satan-pedo-cult terminology can be neatly upgraded/patched to “protecting kids from The Lincoln Project.”

    Like the Tories and Whigs, the projectors should “own the insult,” after swiveling back from their heels openly rebrand as National Man-Boy Lincoln Association, a magical meme already touching transcendent Internet harmony last month.

    Replies: @Gabe Ruth

    We should come up with some revisionist retconning of our own some time. Just accurately portraying historical events is often quite disturbing to NPCs, but with a little creativity we can turn up the heat.

    Would be nice if this crew of creeps contributed to a negative reevaluation of Lincoln’s legacy, both by association with them and by looking at what actually happened. There’s his hoped for end game of sending them back which is fairly well known already, but there’s also the idea that he was driven by big money boys who wanted to rearrange matters so that obsolete farm equipment could be put to more efficient use.

    Another project would be recasting Nixon as an American hero, the last man at the top who tried to fight the deep state.

  111. @JohnnyWalker123
    @JMcG

    Thanks.

    I've done a lot of research into what happens in elite circles. My research has led me to conclude the following.

    1. Prostitution rings are rampant in elite circles. Examples include the Epstein ring, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, and the Finders. These rings often involve judges, bureaucrats, politicians, military/intel officers, clergy, financiers, businessmen, media personalities, Hollywood celebs, intellectuals, academics, and other types of elite individuals.

    2. These prostitution rings enable all types of debauchery - orgies, rape, sexual torture, homosexuality, pedophilia, etc. It goes well beyond just ordinary sex with adult-aged women. The pimps can cater to ANY deviant desire.

    3. Many of the pimps are connected to powerful individuals and/or organizations. These rings are often set up to entrap and blackmail men of power, wealth, and influence. For example, the Epstein ring blackmailed a huge fraction of global elites (Clintons, British royal family, etc). This ring was financed by oligarch Leslie Wexner. At the very top, the Israeli Mossad and Rothschild family collected sex blackmail tapes from Epstein.

    4. A large fraction of the elite prostitution rings are run by men who have ties to Jewish oligarchs and/or the Israeli Mossad. Though there are many examples of non-Jews running their own rings too. So even if Jews execute a lot of blackmail rings, they don't necessarily run all of them.

    5. If you ever wonder why White leaders seem so eager to betray the racial&cultural interests of their own people, see above (point 4). If you ever see elites behaving in ways that are utterly bizarre and beyond comprehension, refer to point 4.

    6. If you are an individual who is being sexually blackmailed by powerful men, they will often act as your benefactors. They will advance your career because you can act as their pawn. Your benefactors know that you will stay loyal forever because you don't want to be ruined by the release of embarrassing pictures or a sex tape. So if you play ball with them, you can have a very comfy and trouble-free life. Therefore, you cooperate and do as told. Well-known examples of sexually blackmailed individuals include Bill Clinton (Epstein sent his sex tapes to the Rothschilds and Israel), Lindsey Graham (homosexual blackmail), John McCain (CIA has evidence he aided Vietcong in exchange for prostitutes), former Speaker Dennis Hastert (arrested for homosexual molestation he committed in the 70s), and the Podesta brothers (pedophilia and sexual torture).

    7. For whatever reason, these prostitution rings often mix in elements of the Occult. Just look at Marina Abramovich. Or the headless body statue and demonic figurine in Tony Podesta's home. Or all the weird figurines and Satanic imagery that Epstein kept. Or Larry King's parties. Or the Satanic altars that were kept by the Finders. This Occult symbolism seems especially popular with Hollywood. I don't know why there's this obsession with the Occult. It's bizarre and disturbing.

    If you want to understand the above points in more detail, research the following.

    Epstein, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, the Finders, Presidio, McMartin preschool, Marina Abramovich, Rothschild illuminati party, Peter Nygard. Also, watch the movie "Eyes Wide Shut" and pay close attention to the Occult orgy in the mansion.

    All of the above is pervasive throughout our ruling class. It's truly frightening.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Sam Malone

    Thanks, I’ll have a look. I was appalled at the level of corruption in the US Navy that was revealed by the Fat Leonard scandal. I really expected more from our nation’s military. They were revealed to be men devoid of honor. That scandal seems to have made barely a ripple in the national conscience, unlike Tailhook. There should be officers hanging from the yardarm.

  112. Only a matter of time until some glint-eyed equity-hustler tries to rehabilitate Weaver’s image by pointing out that his underage prey were all white boys from affluent families, and since studies show that black and Mexican kids are routinely subjected to no-cost diddling by prominent and powerful chomos, well…..where’s the real harm here? After all, equality of outcome was achieved, yes?

    The important thing is to remember and underline… in heavy black Magic Marker… that Qanon is a hateful conspiracy theory spread by low-income seditionists in the sort of flyover states no proper lobbyist would be caught dead in. Now let’s hear no more about Mr Epstein’s tragic suicide, please!

    PS: Having left many comments about the unholy trinity of the Beltway, Silicon Valley and the MSM – a/k/a The Electronic Swamp™ – I would very much like to thank TIME Magazine for backing up my wild conjectures, and getting me out of Dutch with that Domestic Terrorist Commission before the fact. Right back atcha, fellas!

  113. @Mr. Anon
    @Forbes


    Some of us are happy for what Trump managed to accomplish, noting that half a loaf is far better than no loaf.
     
    And what was that, exactly? How much of what he accomplished will last one more month of executive action by President Theoden?

    Replies: @Jack Armstrong

    Judicial (not just the supreme [is that racist? a legacy of enslaved peoples?] court) appointees?

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Jack Armstrong


    Judicial (not just the supreme [is that racist? a legacy of enslaved peoples?] court) appointees?
     
    Not one of whom even considered taking up any of the election irregularities.

    For all we know, one of Trump's appointees will turn out to be another John Roberts.

    In any event, it hardly matters if the Democrats pack the court with as many new justices as they need.
  114. @MEH 0910
    @Anonymous

    https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1355912559057113090
    https://twitter.com/RyanGirdusky/status/1355909792712318978

    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348106436992110592
    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348106439403864065
    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348106441341628417
    https://twitter.com/ScottMStedman/status/1348109094750543873

    Replies: @Known Fact

    “Kasich strategist?” Does someone put that on their resume with a straight face?

  115. @Reg Cæsar
    @vinteuil


    “Army of the Decent?”

     

    They misspelled "descent".


    https://images.bonanzastatic.com/afu/images/3646/7756/93/DSC08953.JPG

    Replies: @Known Fact

    All Hell around you
    Just a continual descent
    Bedlam surrounds you
    It’s the beginning of the end

    Just today’s cheery thought from Accept

  116. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Adam Smith

    Your video clip works correctly now for me too (same browser/device/actual Steve Sailer post page). Interesting. Did it just have to be reloaded? I would have thought I'd already reloaded the page a number of times posting comments.

    I will look at your examples on PS. Thanks.

    BTW, I've looked through the HTML source before, to find something out, but a) those are BIG files, and b) I don't know how to do that on a tablet and/or this browser.

    Replies: @Adam Smith

    Did you find my comment on PS? I added another about what I found in the source on this page.

    I wouldn’t try searching through the HTML source on my tablet. I suppose it could be done, but a real computer is much better suited for that. My tablet is too old and slow for such things, though it does make a great little ebook reader.

    Instead of searching the entire HTML source, do you know how to “Inspect Element” or “Inspect”? If you put your mouse in the proper place it should take you to the correct part of the code. Saves time. Hover over or near what you want to find and give it a right click, then select “Inspect Element” or “Inspect” from the menu.

    On my computer firefox calls it “Inspect Element” while chrome calls it “Inspect”.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Adam Smith

    Yes, I found your comment, Adam. Next time I want to limit a clip like that, I'll give it a try. I wonder if Mr. Unz fixed something since that time, because I used the same syntax (did not try the "feature" tag, though you say his software added it anyway.) I banged on it 5 times, as I recall.

    Thanks for the help. I think I've used the "inspect element" functionality before. As you say, on the tablet, it's hard to do this stuff, and forget about it on a phone.

  117. @JohnnyWalker123
    @JMcG

    Thanks.

    I've done a lot of research into what happens in elite circles. My research has led me to conclude the following.

    1. Prostitution rings are rampant in elite circles. Examples include the Epstein ring, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, and the Finders. These rings often involve judges, bureaucrats, politicians, military/intel officers, clergy, financiers, businessmen, media personalities, Hollywood celebs, intellectuals, academics, and other types of elite individuals.

    2. These prostitution rings enable all types of debauchery - orgies, rape, sexual torture, homosexuality, pedophilia, etc. It goes well beyond just ordinary sex with adult-aged women. The pimps can cater to ANY deviant desire.

    3. Many of the pimps are connected to powerful individuals and/or organizations. These rings are often set up to entrap and blackmail men of power, wealth, and influence. For example, the Epstein ring blackmailed a huge fraction of global elites (Clintons, British royal family, etc). This ring was financed by oligarch Leslie Wexner. At the very top, the Israeli Mossad and Rothschild family collected sex blackmail tapes from Epstein.

    4. A large fraction of the elite prostitution rings are run by men who have ties to Jewish oligarchs and/or the Israeli Mossad. Though there are many examples of non-Jews running their own rings too. So even if Jews execute a lot of blackmail rings, they don't necessarily run all of them.

    5. If you ever wonder why White leaders seem so eager to betray the racial&cultural interests of their own people, see above (point 4). If you ever see elites behaving in ways that are utterly bizarre and beyond comprehension, refer to point 4.

    6. If you are an individual who is being sexually blackmailed by powerful men, they will often act as your benefactors. They will advance your career because you can act as their pawn. Your benefactors know that you will stay loyal forever because you don't want to be ruined by the release of embarrassing pictures or a sex tape. So if you play ball with them, you can have a very comfy and trouble-free life. Therefore, you cooperate and do as told. Well-known examples of sexually blackmailed individuals include Bill Clinton (Epstein sent his sex tapes to the Rothschilds and Israel), Lindsey Graham (homosexual blackmail), John McCain (CIA has evidence he aided Vietcong in exchange for prostitutes), former Speaker Dennis Hastert (arrested for homosexual molestation he committed in the 70s), and the Podesta brothers (pedophilia and sexual torture).

    7. For whatever reason, these prostitution rings often mix in elements of the Occult. Just look at Marina Abramovich. Or the headless body statue and demonic figurine in Tony Podesta's home. Or all the weird figurines and Satanic imagery that Epstein kept. Or Larry King's parties. Or the Satanic altars that were kept by the Finders. This Occult symbolism seems especially popular with Hollywood. I don't know why there's this obsession with the Occult. It's bizarre and disturbing.

    If you want to understand the above points in more detail, research the following.

    Epstein, Larry King, Pizza Gate, Craig Spence, Roy Cohn, the Finders, Presidio, McMartin preschool, Marina Abramovich, Rothschild illuminati party, Peter Nygard. Also, watch the movie "Eyes Wide Shut" and pay close attention to the Occult orgy in the mansion.

    All of the above is pervasive throughout our ruling class. It's truly frightening.

    Replies: @JMcG, @Sam Malone

    So you’re pretty sure the McMartin school stuff was real? I’d always assumed it was initially, but then over the years I’ve seen such an avalanche of commentary from different sources disregarding the 1980s satanic panic that I started to disbelieve it.

    And what do you make of Ted Gunderson? He sounds so authoritative and was important in giving attention and credibility to a lot of this stuff back in the day, but when you look more closely into some of his reasoning and his explanations for not having solid evidence – specifically, like in McMartin, where he said they demolished the tunnels right before he could prove them – they sometimes seem wanting, and there were some odd things about his personal life that made you wonder. Or maybe he was just an odd guy – like a lot of us are in some ways – who was also onto the truth.

  118. @Adam Smith
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Did you find my comment on PS? I added another about what I found in the source on this page.

    I wouldn't try searching through the HTML source on my tablet. I suppose it could be done, but a real computer is much better suited for that. My tablet is too old and slow for such things, though it does make a great little ebook reader.

    Instead of searching the entire HTML source, do you know how to "Inspect Element" or "Inspect"? If you put your mouse in the proper place it should take you to the correct part of the code. Saves time. Hover over or near what you want to find and give it a right click, then select "Inspect Element" or "Inspect" from the menu.

    On my computer firefox calls it "Inspect Element" while chrome calls it "Inspect".

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Yes, I found your comment, Adam. Next time I want to limit a clip like that, I’ll give it a try. I wonder if Mr. Unz fixed something since that time, because I used the same syntax (did not try the “feature” tag, though you say his software added it anyway.) I banged on it 5 times, as I recall.

    Thanks for the help. I think I’ve used the “inspect element” functionality before. As you say, on the tablet, it’s hard to do this stuff, and forget about it on a phone.

  119. A sad story: the most beautiful boy in the world

    I’d have thought that was Delin in “The Leopard”.

  120. @Jack Armstrong
    @Mr. Anon

    Judicial (not just the supreme [is that racist? a legacy of enslaved peoples?] court) appointees?

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    Judicial (not just the supreme [is that racist? a legacy of enslaved peoples?] court) appointees?

    Not one of whom even considered taking up any of the election irregularities.

    For all we know, one of Trump’s appointees will turn out to be another John Roberts.

    In any event, it hardly matters if the Democrats pack the court with as many new justices as they need.

  121. @AnotherDad
    @Irishman


    The amount of money, even for relative nobodies, in American politics never ceases to amaze me.
     
    The reason the richest zip codes are around Washington and New York is simply that there are vast flows of money through those places.

    Out across the fruited plain millions of people toil away productively to make a living. There are the odd guys working on technologies--maybe some new battery technology, or robotics, or thorium cycle, etc.--that will improve our lives dramatically, deliver trillions in value.

    But if you can simply slip your hand--even your pinky's finger nail--into the vast streams of money flowing through Washington and Wall Street you can make a nice living--maybe even be filthy rich, without doing anything remotely useful or getting your hands dirty.

    Replies: @Thatgirl, @Bumpkin

    You neglect to mention that the richest zip codes are now around you in SV, which is just as filled with talentless hacks dreaming of harvesting others’ personal data for their financial gain, like their idol the dumb Zuck, or parlaying the latest tech scam, whether cleantech or “AI” or blockchain, into yet another pump-and-dump payout.

    I’m happy that the Internet is changing all that though and look forward to chortling at the coming crash of these grifter clusters, which will make the 2008 crash look like a kids’ party.

  122. @Thatgirl
    @Crawfurdmuir


    Usually if one of the spouses goes to seed in the years following marriage, it’s the wife
     
    Yes as I look out over America what strikes me is the millions of fit and trim middle aged men and their fat wives.

    Replies: @Crawfurdmuir

    Yes as I look out over America what strikes me is the millions of fit and trim middle aged men and their fat wives.

    You misunderstand me. Most of those men were not outstanding specimens before marriage.

  123. @Danindc
    @JohnnyWalker123

    He has no interest in running. Too much of a family man.

    Replies: @HammerJack

    Or maybe he enjoys breathing.

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