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Here’s CNN’s report on O’Keefe’s first video:

Dem operative ‘stepping back’ after video suggests group incited violence at Trump rallies

By Daniella Diaz and Drew Griffin, CNN
Updated 10:04 PM ET, Tue October 18, 2016

Washington (CNN) A Democratic operative whose organization was helping Hillary Clinton’s campaign announced Tuesday that he would be “stepping back” from the campaign after an edited video suggested that he and other staffers hired people to attend Donald Trump’s campaign rallies and incite violence.

Robert Creamer — husband of Illinois Rep. Jan Schakowsky — announced his resignation in a statement after conservative activist James O’Keefe released a video under his organization Project Veritas Action, which showed Creamer and other operatives purportedly discussing methods for inciting violence at rallies for the Republican nominee.

In the past, O’Keefe and his Project Veritas Action have been criticized for strategically editing footage to create false accusations about people or groups.

Creamer was helping the Democratic National Committee with Clinton’s campaign while working for Democracy Partners, a progressive consulting group. He is also the head of a group called Mobilize, which contracted with the DNC.

Creamer also went to prison awhile ago for financial corruption. And here are his contributions to the Huffington Post. Here’s the website of Creamer’s business Democracy Partners.

CNN continues:

“I am unwilling to become a distraction to the important task of electing Hilary Clinton, and defeating Donald Trump in the upcoming election,” Creamer said in a statement. “As a result I have indicated to the Democratic National Committee that I am stepping back from my responsibilities working with the campaign.”

He confirmed that he was referring to the Clinton campaign, with which he was “fully integrated.”

Creamer added that “contrary to the outrageous claims of the notorious right wing blogger James O’Keefe, we have always adhered to the highest standards of transparency and legality in our work for the DNC.”

He also denied that any of the schemes in the “hypothetical conversations” recorded for the video ever took place.

“We regret the unprofessional and careless hypothetical conversations that were captured on hidden cameras of a regional contractor for our firm, and he is no longer working with us,” he said. “While none of the schemes described in the conversations every took place, these conversations do not at all reflect the values of Democracy Partners.”

Democracy Partners called O’Keefe’s video a “well-funded, systematic spy operation that is the modern day equivalent of the Watergate burglars.”

Creamer told CNN that the national field director of Americans United for Change, Scott Foval, who was also recorded in the video, made false comments that are wrong about inciting violence at the rallies. Foval has since been fired from Americans United for Change, which had a contracting relationship with Democracy Partners.

From Weasel Zippers:

Democratic Operative In Veritas Videos About Voter Fraud, Inciting Violence Visited The White House 342 Times

Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.

In the video where Democratic operatives talk about how to conduct mass voter fraud, Scott Foval describes Creamer in the videos as the ‘black hat’ guy who has taught him so much. Creamer also shows up on another video which covers inciting violence at Trump rallies. Creamer states on video that Clinton is aware of his work, and that his firm, Democracy Partners, has a daily telephone call with the Clinton campaign to coordinate.

One theory on why Democratic operative Foval, who is gay and poz, was so forthcoming:

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  1. He does have that punchable white leftist face.

    And he was just fired. That’s a tacit admission of guilt right there.

    • Replies: @jon
    @Jason Liu

    They are both punchable white leftists, so I wasn't sure which one you were specifically referring to, but it was Foval that got fired, Creamer merely "stepped back" voluntarily.

  2. The discussion about the logistics of “bussing” people in without using buses is pretty funny. Not using actual buses is apparently the secret to successfully bussing people in.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    @Anonymous

    I figured "Cash for Clunkers" was a good way to get a fleet of retagged rickety-looking Dem activist wheels, myself.

  3. Anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    “So a “black ops” team run by the Clinton campaign incited violence at Trump rallies across the country. And that’s not a disqualifier?”

    https://mobile.twitter.com/JustinRaimondo

    Very nice summation of OKeefe bombshells! Raimondo is the guy from Anti-war.com.

    Look at how corrupt our media is to ignore this story and its ramifications.

    HILLARY FOR PRISON

    • Replies: @guest
    @Anonymous

    Raimondo is my kinda homo libertarian. I think I read a book by him about Murray Rothbard.

    , @Hunsdon
    @Anonymous

    Justin Raimondo and antiwar.com are on the daily rotation. Start the day with Our Host and a cup of joe, then start roaming around: Sic Semper Tyrannus, Southfront, Antiwar.com, the rest of Unz . . . .

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

  4. Foval dug his own grave here. That PV hidden cam plant was really bad at acting the part, but Foval was so full of himself, he didn’t even notice.

    The only time Foval wasn’t talking was when he was taking a drink, and the reporter’s line was “yeah, OK, yeah, so…now I’m starting to see, yeah, OK”.

    Foval just continued where he left off.

    I don’t see how O’Keefe could have contrived or twisted these clips too far out of context…there are some long, rambling conversations that are damning.

    • Replies: @Contrarian
    @Flinders Petrie


    The only time Foval wasn’t talking was when he was taking a drink
     
    in vino veritas ;-)

    Many criminals are only caught because they can't help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    Replies: @Crawfurdmuir, @guest, @william munny

  5. Reddit guys reporting the Creamer visited the Obama White House scores of times.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @e

    Creamer is an old Chicago machine guy.

    , @Dr. X
    @e


    Creamer also went to prison awhile ago for financial corruption.
     
    Amazing how Democrats are shameless about associating with real criminals. Chelsea Clinton's father-in-law, Ed Mezvinsky, also has a felony record and served prison time.
  6. @e
    Reddit guys reporting the Creamer visited the Obama White House scores of times.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Dr. X

    Creamer is an old Chicago machine guy.

  7. @Flinders Petrie
    Foval dug his own grave here. That PV hidden cam plant was really bad at acting the part, but Foval was so full of himself, he didn't even notice.

    The only time Foval wasn't talking was when he was taking a drink, and the reporter's line was "yeah, OK, yeah, so...now I'm starting to see, yeah, OK".

    Foval just continued where he left off.

    I don't see how O'Keefe could have contrived or twisted these clips too far out of context...there are some long, rambling conversations that are damning.

    Replies: @Contrarian

    The only time Foval wasn’t talking was when he was taking a drink

    in vino veritas 😉

    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    • Replies: @Crawfurdmuir
    @Contrarian


    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.
     
    Tom Horn went to the gallows on the basis of such bragging - but I doubt that Foval or Creamer will suffer condignly. A little of Hillary's immunity from justice will rub off on them.
    , @guest
    @Contrarian

    Walter White kept making that mistake, hilariously, on Breaking Bad.

    , @william munny
    @Contrarian


    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.
     
    Only white guys, it seems. I know a black heroin dealer who was caught by a cop with a bunch of heroin in his shoe. The first thing he said was "That ain't mine, I never saw it before!" I asked why, and he said only white guys are dumb enough to confess.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @black sea

  8. Anonymous [AKA "Big Mic"] says:

    In the statement, DP compares O’Keefe to the Watergate burglars! But DP had to pull the modified limited hangout and admit they talked about schemes but they were never carried out! Hypothetical conversations only. And they’d never do that, and if they did, it would be against their values. Thanks for clearing that up!

  9. On CNN, there’s a small discussion of the video on Don Lemon’s show. The panelists dismissed it as a minor issue that in no way implocates the Clinton campaign. Carl Bernstein suggested it was a “rogue” element.

  10. The most disquieting thing about O’keefe’s work is that its significance will be quietly disregarded by America’s organs of propaganda, i.e. its Main Stream Media!

  11. Today Obama was mocking Trump about his complaints about the election being rigged. Obama has many rhetorical voices: the hectoring professor (“this is not who we are”), the earnest idealist, the folksy black preacher, and the mocker, on display today. The mocker acts very amused about his opponents. He can hardly contain his laughter as he incredulously outlines their claims.
    Evidently, if you’re going to whine about a rigged election, “before the game is even over,” (like you should wait til it’s over), “then you don’t have what it takes to be in this job.”

    This is rich stuff coming from a man who has been carried on the shoulders of the media throughout his political career. I don’t recall him ever facing a hostile interviewer. (O’Reilly and Chris Wallace tossed softballs. ) I doubt very much he could stand up against the abuse Trump has had to take for the last year.

    BTW, it appears that Obama still thinks he speaks with moral authority, though he has repeatedly revealed himself to be a liar, most recently in denying that he knew of Hillary’s private email account when we now know he did.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Harry Baldwin

    Obama is the guy who repeatedly calls out Fox News, and specifically Sean Hannity, for going after him. Hannity, of all people. The leader of the free world complains about Sean frickin' Hannity. He has no grounds from which to criticize Trump.

    Replies: @swimologist

  12. No wonder the D-Mock-Rats have railed against voter ID laws. No wonder the Dems have used judges to rule against voter ID laws. The $ellout E$tabli$hment protects its operatives and its power, and the Dems only dumped Foval after O’Keefe exposed the Dems paying through – possibly illegal channels – to fund and target Foval’s Brownshirt-intimidation black ops.

    No ID, no beer. And, in many places, you can’t even use a credit or debit card unless you show valid ID. Voting? Hey! Come one, come all! Just show your pay stub!

    After we’ve elected Mr. Trump and he’s taken the oath of office, he ought to deport illegal alien Cesar “Dreamer”-Activist Vargas tout de suite.

  13. @Jason Liu
    He does have that punchable white leftist face.

    And he was just fired. That's a tacit admission of guilt right there.

    Replies: @jon

    They are both punchable white leftists, so I wasn’t sure which one you were specifically referring to, but it was Foval that got fired, Creamer merely “stepped back” voluntarily.

  14. @Contrarian
    @Flinders Petrie


    The only time Foval wasn’t talking was when he was taking a drink
     
    in vino veritas ;-)

    Many criminals are only caught because they can't help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    Replies: @Crawfurdmuir, @guest, @william munny

    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    Tom Horn went to the gallows on the basis of such bragging – but I doubt that Foval or Creamer will suffer condignly. A little of Hillary’s immunity from justice will rub off on them.

  15. http://www.theamericanmirror.com/obama-starts-stuttering-rose-garden-attack-trump/

    “That is both irresponsible — and by the way, doesn’t really show the kind of leadership and toughness you want out of a president,” Obama said.

    “You start whining before the games even over — if, if, if, if, if, if whenever things are going badly for you and you lose, you start blaming somebody else?” he said, stuttering.

    This is like the third time Hussein has stuttered (and I mean STUTT-UT-UT-UT-UT-UT-UT-UTTERED while attacking Trump for the cameras. This is the definition of living rent-free inside someone’s head. Hussein probably makes Michelle dress up as Trump and force him about on a leash.

    And it’s the “if” thing again, too. Hussein is either suffering from dementia, or he’s got SERIOUS mental issues. Because this is the third time he’s done this – he can’t control it. God knows he’s trying – and he can’t control it.

    http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/hillary-clinton-lesbian-sex-claims-vince-foster-fixer/

    Lemme guess; this is gonna be in a holding pattern until after the election. Voters can’t be informed before they make their crucial decision.

    • Replies: @Olorin
    @Svigor

    I was enjoying thinking that some Alt-Right Maker had jammed the Man Behind The Curtain receiver lodged in his big flappy ear, and his mediocre brain was having a hard time catching up with the static.

  16. I doubt very much he could stand up against the abuse Trump has had to take for the last year.

    0% chance. He’s had 3 stuttering fits in recent months, all while attacking Trump. Probably precisely because he knows he couldn’t stand up to 1% of what Trump has. He’s flat-out afraid of Trump. He is consciously and conspicuously aware that Trump has far bigger balls than he does.

  17. This is hands-down the most insane presidential election in the last 45 years, at least (don’t really know how crazy the Wallace thing got).

    • Replies: @Opinionator
    @Svigor

    Because?

  18. Creamer vs Creamer.

    Good idea for a screenplay.

  19. We’re sorry. That page could not be found

    What the NYT illegals story link gives you. You’ve been Assanged!!

    • Replies: @Olorin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ditto on four separate tries over the past xteen minutes.

    Replies: @O'really

  20. I see Sailer that you keep not passing my trenchant comments . I suppose that you have justifiably declined to do so because I am full of shit and inebriated into the bargain . So let me post something you cannot dispute the truth of as many of your posters may already know or will find out one day . The most important things in life are being able to draw a breath and take a piss and a shit . Do you know that this life is a treacherous swamp ? And that our most merciful God has only saved the worst for last . Being constipated to the point that a gentle old man is vomiting up his own stool is the least of it . Pain and degradation are norm . “They know not what they do ” , au contraire I think they knew very well , drive a nail for me as well .

  21. “the modern day equivalent of the Watergate burglars.”

    First National Review endorses Trump- now the left admits that The Committee was right to target their HQ over their criminal conspiracies.

    • Replies: @guest
    @Paul Rain

    Did we ever learn what they were after, or is it all "wild west" conspiracy theories?

    Replies: @DCThrowback

    , @Barnard
    @Paul Rain

    National Review didn't endorse Trump, one of their writers, Victor Davis Hanson did.

  22. It would be easy to think that Hussein’s perfect foil would be a totally self-made billionaire who rose from poverty. But that would play to Hussein’s politics. No, his perfect foil is a White billionaire who came from privilege, and made good. That gets under Hussein’s skin, big time. Then there’s the brash, teflon personality, the biggest, most enthusiastic crowds since Hussein’s, gathered while sailing against maximum media winds, instead of with them, loved by the military and blue collar America, not panty-waist media and academia, Trump does WrestleMania while Hussein cringes like a girl from judo falls, etc.

    Trump is Obama’s perfect foil. Trump’s entire existence makes a mockery of Hussein.

  23. Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn’t this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    • Replies: @candid_observer
    @candid_observer

    Just to reiterate, if indeed this guy is connected to the WH as these records supposedly say, how can this not be a huge story?

    The thing that struck me as a potential weakness in the story when I first saw it was the connection between Creamer and the powers in the Democratic Party. I had guessed they'd be able to dismiss him as some marginal guy who had no connection to them.

    But if the report of those records holds up, they will never be able to make that claim.

    So how is this not a huge story?

    Even if Obama and the Democrats were to say that they didn't know about this other side of him, how could they explain how much interaction they had with him given how corrupt and out-of-control he was in these other activities?

    , @Mark Eugenikos
    @candid_observer


    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.
    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama.
     
    There are 344 weeks between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, or 80 months. So this "operative" visits the White House once a week for six and a half years, and meets with Obama personally on average more often than every other month (seven times per year), for six and a half years.

    I wonder how many well-known names who are officially part of the Obama administration haven't been to the WH that many times, nor met with Obama that many times.
    , @rod1963
    @candid_observer



    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?
     
    Oh that's easy, by exercising the nuclear option - which is not to say anything about it at all. The MSM collective silence or censorship will ensure those who do not get their news from the internet will know nothing about it.

    Remember the MSM has been covering up for the Clintons and DNC shenanigans for a very long time. As wikileaks shows, they are tied at the hip.
    , @G Pinfold
    @candid_observer

    Creamer is all over the Wikileaks emails too.

    , @res
    @candid_observer


    If this is actually true
     
    This Breitbart article: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/10/19/robert-creamer-okeefe-investigation-fame-visited-obamas-whitehouse-340-times/
    has a link to the White House logs at: https://open.whitehouse.gov/dataset/White-House-Visitor-Records-Requests/p86s-ychb

    If you search for Robert (also Bob) Creamer you can see the 340 visits. Six in June 2016 alone. 45 of his visits included POTUS. Most of those were in large groups, but two POTUS visits were in a group of two.

    I downloaded the log as a 1.1GB CSV file (almost 6 million records). It might be interesting to do some analysis of it. I wonder what a network analysis of visitors and visitees looks like. Some challenges to doing this though (e.g. Robert/Bob and middle initials, file size, varied forms of visitee names with POTUS being especially inconsistent).

    For more information (including a data dictionary) see https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/disclosures/visitor-records

    P.S. Steve, I prefer to be anonymous here, but would you be interested if I do any analyses? Does anyone have any ideas for good things to try?
    , @Forbes
    @candid_observer


    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?
     
    The usual way the lapdog media covers a story--with a pillow, until the story is silent and dead.

    The IRS Commissioner met at the WH ~180 times, and the lapdog media was silent on the question of what that was all about.
    , @Don't Look at Me
    @candid_observer

    I can't help but wonder if this guy has any connection to the Clinton body count.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

  24. I love how they attach the “known for misleadingly editing videos” tag to the front of every story, if they bother reporting on it. You never hear that about members of the MSM who do that, which is, oh, about ALL OF THEM.

    I think this is a Dinosaur Media thing more than a Left Right thing.

    • Replies: @Lurker
    @guest

    Pathetic isn't it.

    Because as we all know 'proper' MSM documentaries always consist of hundreds of hours of completely unedited footage devoid of any contextualising. Or indeed anything that's out of focus, inaudible etc. That's why 60 Minutes is actually known as 60 Hours. Not.

    , @eah
    @guest

    members of the MSM who do that

    The most notorious recent example being NBC's editing of the Zimmerman 911 call -- I will never understand why Zimmerman's lawsuit against NBC was dismissed -- the nominal reason at the time was that he did not demonstrate/prove "malice" -- but the nature of NBC's edit was prima facie 'malicious', imo.

  25. @Anonymous
    "So a "black ops" team run by the Clinton campaign incited violence at Trump rallies across the country. And that's not a disqualifier?"

    https://mobile.twitter.com/JustinRaimondo

    Very nice summation of OKeefe bombshells! Raimondo is the guy from Anti-war.com.

    Look at how corrupt our media is to ignore this story and its ramifications.

    HILLARY FOR PRISON

    Replies: @guest, @Hunsdon

    Raimondo is my kinda homo libertarian. I think I read a book by him about Murray Rothbard.

  26. @Contrarian
    @Flinders Petrie


    The only time Foval wasn’t talking was when he was taking a drink
     
    in vino veritas ;-)

    Many criminals are only caught because they can't help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    Replies: @Crawfurdmuir, @guest, @william munny

    Walter White kept making that mistake, hilariously, on Breaking Bad.

  27. @Harry Baldwin
    Today Obama was mocking Trump about his complaints about the election being rigged. Obama has many rhetorical voices: the hectoring professor ("this is not who we are"), the earnest idealist, the folksy black preacher, and the mocker, on display today. The mocker acts very amused about his opponents. He can hardly contain his laughter as he incredulously outlines their claims.
    Evidently, if you're going to whine about a rigged election, "before the game is even over," (like you should wait til it's over), "then you don’t have what it takes to be in this job."

    This is rich stuff coming from a man who has been carried on the shoulders of the media throughout his political career. I don't recall him ever facing a hostile interviewer. (O'Reilly and Chris Wallace tossed softballs. ) I doubt very much he could stand up against the abuse Trump has had to take for the last year.

    BTW, it appears that Obama still thinks he speaks with moral authority, though he has repeatedly revealed himself to be a liar, most recently in denying that he knew of Hillary's private email account when we now know he did.

    Replies: @guest

    Obama is the guy who repeatedly calls out Fox News, and specifically Sean Hannity, for going after him. Hannity, of all people. The leader of the free world complains about Sean frickin’ Hannity. He has no grounds from which to criticize Trump.

    • Replies: @swimologist
    @guest

    Don't laugh. Hannity is the only one in the MSM who's even coming close to doing
    brave reporting.

    Replies: @guest

  28. @Paul Rain
    "the modern day equivalent of the Watergate burglars."

    First National Review endorses Trump- now the left admits that The Committee was right to target their HQ over their criminal conspiracies.

    Replies: @guest, @Barnard

    Did we ever learn what they were after, or is it all “wild west” conspiracy theories?

    • Replies: @DCThrowback
    @guest

    Yes, Dean sent the burglars to find out whether his g/f, Mo Biner, was a prostitute (hint: she was) being used by the DNC to service in town VIPs. There was literally no motive for Nixon to send burglars to the DNC.

    Win-win for the CIA, who provided the labor and no issues when they were caught by DCPD, who were tipped off that a break-in was going down. The CIA had several irons in the fire to slice and dice Nixon, it's kind of funny this was the one that brought him down. The Townhouse payoffs (Cash from the Nixons via corporate donations) to senate candidates was much worse and more likely to cause his downfall than that silly burglary. But as they say, the coverup is often worse than the actual crime.

  29. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    Just to reiterate, if indeed this guy is connected to the WH as these records supposedly say, how can this not be a huge story?

    The thing that struck me as a potential weakness in the story when I first saw it was the connection between Creamer and the powers in the Democratic Party. I had guessed they’d be able to dismiss him as some marginal guy who had no connection to them.

    But if the report of those records holds up, they will never be able to make that claim.

    So how is this not a huge story?

    Even if Obama and the Democrats were to say that they didn’t know about this other side of him, how could they explain how much interaction they had with him given how corrupt and out-of-control he was in these other activities?

  30. The. CNN editorializing in the body of their story is amusing. The video is “edited”. In case you missed that: “In the past… O’Keefe has been criticized for strategically editing footage… ”

    And yet, one operative is fired and one has “stepped back”. So they know they are guilty even if CNN is holding out like a post-war Japanese infantryman in Borneo.

  31. And the FBI will say, “Hey now, nothing to see here, nothing indictable, no crimes, we need to concentrate on those KKK rallies happening every night in every city across America, where they literally crucify a live black male, ahem, innocent teen!”

    It’s not that this isn’t a crime, it’s the fact that the Left owns the Justice Department.

    Vyshinsky lives! And he does not prosecute Stalin’s inner circle!

  32. @Anonymous
    The discussion about the logistics of "bussing" people in without using buses is pretty funny. Not using actual buses is apparently the secret to successfully bussing people in.

    Replies: @Olorin

    I figured “Cash for Clunkers” was a good way to get a fleet of retagged rickety-looking Dem activist wheels, myself.

  33. @Svigor
    http://www.theamericanmirror.com/obama-starts-stuttering-rose-garden-attack-trump/

    “That is both irresponsible — and by the way, doesn’t really show the kind of leadership and toughness you want out of a president,” Obama said.

    “You start whining before the games even over — if, if, if, if, if, if whenever things are going badly for you and you lose, you start blaming somebody else?” he said, stuttering.
     
    This is like the third time Hussein has stuttered (and I mean STUTT-UT-UT-UT-UT-UT-UT-UTTERED while attacking Trump for the cameras. This is the definition of living rent-free inside someone's head. Hussein probably makes Michelle dress up as Trump and force him about on a leash.

    And it's the "if" thing again, too. Hussein is either suffering from dementia, or he's got SERIOUS mental issues. Because this is the third time he's done this - he can't control it. God knows he's trying - and he can't control it.

    http://www.nationalenquirer.com/celebrity/hillary-clinton-lesbian-sex-claims-vince-foster-fixer/

    Lemme guess; this is gonna be in a holding pattern until after the election. Voters can't be informed before they make their crucial decision.

    Replies: @Olorin

    I was enjoying thinking that some Alt-Right Maker had jammed the Man Behind The Curtain receiver lodged in his big flappy ear, and his mediocre brain was having a hard time catching up with the static.

  34. @Reg Cæsar

    We're sorry. That page could not be found
     
    What the NYT illegals story link gives you. You've been Assanged!!

    Replies: @Olorin

    Ditto on four separate tries over the past xteen minutes.

    • Replies: @O'really
    @Olorin

    Steve - there is a glitch on your immigration post and we can't post comments.

    Have you seen this: https://gborjas.org/

    Prof. Borjas of Harvard has a brand new book on immigration.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

  35. I remember all the complaints from Hillary’s side when Obama won the caucuses but lost the primaries on his way to the nomination. Probably by cheating.

    http://www.newsmax.com/t/newsmax/article/326134

    This came up again in some of the Wikileaks, because Hillary didn’t want to lose any caucuses again through fraud.

    These guys were probably part of that eight years ago.

  36. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.
    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama.

    There are 344 weeks between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, or 80 months. So this “operative” visits the White House once a week for six and a half years, and meets with Obama personally on average more often than every other month (seven times per year), for six and a half years.

    I wonder how many well-known names who are officially part of the Obama administration haven’t been to the WH that many times, nor met with Obama that many times.

  37. @whorefinder
    And the FBI will say, "Hey now, nothing to see here, nothing indictable, no crimes, we need to concentrate on those KKK rallies happening every night in every city across America, where they literally crucify a live black male, ahem, innocent teen!"

    It's not that this isn't a crime, it's the fact that the Left owns the Justice Department.

    Vyshinsky lives! And he does not prosecute Stalin's inner circle!

    Replies: @Rob McX

    • Replies: @antipater_1
    @Rob McX

    And that wiretap request came from Robert Kennedy.

    , @whorefinder
    @Rob McX

    The chutzpah of that statemnt by Comey while the FBI/NSA/CIA is literally reading every American' emails, tracking their every movement, and listening to every phone call (as Edward Snowden and Julian Assange have proven)----

    Seriously, if you trust any federal law enforcement agency at this point, you're a fool.

    , @Mr. Anon
    @Rob McX

    "The current F.B.I. director, James Comey, keeps a copy of the [Martin Luther] King wiretap request on his desk as a reminder of the bureau’s capacity to do wrong."

    He should just keep a copy of the statement he read at the press conference he gave when he announced he wouldn't recommend charges against Hillary.

  38. @Olorin
    @Reg Cæsar

    Ditto on four separate tries over the past xteen minutes.

    Replies: @O'really

    Steve – there is a glitch on your immigration post and we can’t post comments.

    Have you seen this: https://gborjas.org/

    Prof. Borjas of Harvard has a brand new book on immigration.

    • Replies: @PiltdownMan
    @O'really


    Steve – there is a glitch on your immigration post and we can’t post comments.

    Have you seen this: https://gborjas.org/

    Prof. Borjas of Harvard has a brand new book on immigration.
     
    I'm not sure what Mr. Sailer's policy is on book blurbs being inserted into threads but this looks interesting. Please delete if inappropriate.


    From “America’s leading immigration economist” (The Wall Street Journal), a refreshingly level-headed exploration of the effects of immigration.

    We are a nation of immigrants, and we have always been concerned about immigration. As early as 1645, the Massachusetts Bay Colony began to prohibit the entry of “paupers.” Today, however, the notion that immigration is universally beneficial has become pervasive. To many modern economists, immigrants are a trove of much-needed workers who can fill predetermined slots along the proverbial assembly line.

    But this view of immigration’s impact is overly simplified, explains George J. Borjas, a Cuban-American, Harvard labor economist. Immigrants are more than just workers―they’re people who have lives outside of the factory gates and who may or may not fit the ideal of the country to which they’ve come to live and work. Like the rest of us, they’re protected by social insurance programs, and the choices they make are affected by their social environments.

    In We Wanted Workers, Borjas pulls back the curtain of political bluster to show that, in the grand scheme, immigration has not affected the average American all that much. But it has created winners and losers. The losers tend to be nonmigrant workers who compete for the same jobs as immigrants. And somebody’s lower wage is somebody else’s higher profit, so those who employ immigrants benefit handsomely. In the end, immigration is mainly just another government redistribution program.

    “I am an immigrant,” writes Borjas, “and yet I do not buy into the notion that immigration is universally beneficial. . . . But I still feel that it is a good thing to give some of the poor and huddled masses, people who face so many hardships, a chance to experience the incredible opportunities that our exceptional country has to offer.” Whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or an Independent, We Wanted Workers is essential reading for anyone interested in the issue of immigration in America today.
     
  39. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Oh that’s easy, by exercising the nuclear option – which is not to say anything about it at all. The MSM collective silence or censorship will ensure those who do not get their news from the internet will know nothing about it.

    Remember the MSM has been covering up for the Clintons and DNC shenanigans for a very long time. As wikileaks shows, they are tied at the hip.

  40. I couldn’t make it all the way through either of those videos. The connections go so far into the political weeds that you need one of those corkboards that TV detectives use and a dozen yards of red yarn to connect the dots.

    (At least on a TV police procedural, the wily detective and his corkboard catch a gruesome serial killer. Here, all we get is the scalp of a fourth- or fifth-tier political lackey. A lackey possibly suffering from delusions that they are closer to the inner circle than they actually are.)

    In any event, if you’re morally outraged by the O’Keefe video, you’ve been handed the other team’s secret playbook. So get going doing something along the same lines.

    (By the way, it doesn’t count if you do it on YouTube for pageviews. I’m looking at you, Crowder.)

    Trump/Clinton: America’s Best in 2016.

    • Replies: @eah
    @Demeter Last

    America’s Best

    Some people might say today's America doesn't deserve better.

    The positions taken by Trump are clearly better for America than those of HRC -- they are the reason people support Trump, despite his shortcomings as a candidate (and I personally don't count Pussygate among those shortcomings) -- as for why 'better' men don't get involved in politics, take a look at what was done to that poor schmuck Ken Bone just for being undecided/asking a question at a debate.

    https://twitter.com/OnMessageForHer/status/786991829283581953

    Replies: @eah

  41. One theory on why Democratic operative Foval, who is gay and poz, was so forthcoming:

    He must be quite an optimist, HIV positive and hoping to brag his way into the undercover guy’s pants.

    • Replies: @stillCARealist
    @Rob McX

    These are probably the people that caused so much property damage during the prop 8 campaign.

    What is it with homo thugs? Why are they so hateful? I'm ready to entertain demon possession as a possibility.

  42. https://www.youtube.com/feed/trending

    That is a huge trending video on youtube.

  43. @Demeter Last
    I couldn't make it all the way through either of those videos. The connections go so far into the political weeds that you need one of those corkboards that TV detectives use and a dozen yards of red yarn to connect the dots.

    (At least on a TV police procedural, the wily detective and his corkboard catch a gruesome serial killer. Here, all we get is the scalp of a fourth- or fifth-tier political lackey. A lackey possibly suffering from delusions that they are closer to the inner circle than they actually are.)

    In any event, if you're morally outraged by the O'Keefe video, you've been handed the other team's secret playbook. So get going doing something along the same lines.

    (By the way, it doesn't count if you do it on YouTube for pageviews. I'm looking at you, Crowder.)

    Trump/Clinton: America's Best in 2016.

    Replies: @eah

    America’s Best

    Some people might say today’s America doesn’t deserve better.

    The positions taken by Trump are clearly better for America than those of HRC — they are the reason people support Trump, despite his shortcomings as a candidate (and I personally don’t count Pussygate among those shortcomings) — as for why ‘better’ men don’t get involved in politics, take a look at what was done to that poor schmuck Ken Bone just for being undecided/asking a question at a debate.

    • Replies: @eah
    @eah

    https://twitter.com/OnMessageForHer/status/787031905115877376

  44. His blog post about becoming HIV positive is completely insane. He basically knew he had the virus (seroconversion illness symptoms after lots of sex with MSM that led him to get tested) and says he went on a week long sex bender. He said he told the guys he was having unprotected sex with during this time that he was tested but didn’t yet have his results which is true but different from “I’m basically sure I am HIV+ and waiting to confirm it.” Of course these guys didn’t care so maybe I shouldn’t be outraged.

    Anyways that gives you an idea of his personal integrity. Selfish, self-obsessed, so wrapped up in his solipsism that he is ignorant of potential dire consequences for others, bordering on sociopathic.

    In other words, a perfect Democrat in 2016

  45. @eah
    @Demeter Last

    America’s Best

    Some people might say today's America doesn't deserve better.

    The positions taken by Trump are clearly better for America than those of HRC -- they are the reason people support Trump, despite his shortcomings as a candidate (and I personally don't count Pussygate among those shortcomings) -- as for why 'better' men don't get involved in politics, take a look at what was done to that poor schmuck Ken Bone just for being undecided/asking a question at a debate.

    https://twitter.com/OnMessageForHer/status/786991829283581953

    Replies: @eah

  46. anonymous • Disclaimer says:

    From the Zimmerman ‘protests’ to the violence at Trump rallies, it’s been manufactured by paid employees of one sort or another. It’s all been staged but reported as real and spontaneous by the media, all that’s been happening has been synthetically created, the flames in Ferguson and Baltimore deliberately fanned. Everything in America turns out to be fake when examined closely.

    • Replies: @YT Wurlitzer
    @anonymous

    It’s all been staged but reported as real and spontaneous by the media, all that’s been happening has been synthetically created

    Just as the astonishing rise of the first affirmative action president was a military grade psychological operation that transformed the D-Party from its populist roots to its neocon status.

    How can this not be a huge news story? How can Obama, without any evidence, whine about Russians and use that claim to censor information, yet evidence of domestic rigging of elections isn't worth an airing, not even a hypothetical conversation?

    So, Democrats use racism charges to demand that only a pay stub is needed for voter id, knowing that that will let non-citizens vote. They use shell companies to set up this id and also to pay them. And the D-base will be fine with this?

    The many WH visits imply that Creamer worked for Obama as well. The non-DoJ would only work to cover this up. But if Russia's election meddling is a national security threat, then surely this is as well. So let's waterboard these perps instead of giving them immunity and find out how far up the chain this corruption goes. Oh, sorry, that's right, DHS doesn't work for the American people either.

    , @guest
    @anonymous

    Which is why they accused the TEA Party, and every popular rightist movement for that matter, of "astroturfing." Projection.

  47. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    Creamer is all over the Wikileaks emails too.

  48. @O'really
    @Olorin

    Steve - there is a glitch on your immigration post and we can't post comments.

    Have you seen this: https://gborjas.org/

    Prof. Borjas of Harvard has a brand new book on immigration.

    Replies: @PiltdownMan

    Steve – there is a glitch on your immigration post and we can’t post comments.

    Have you seen this: https://gborjas.org/

    Prof. Borjas of Harvard has a brand new book on immigration.

    I’m not sure what Mr. Sailer’s policy is on book blurbs being inserted into threads but this looks interesting. Please delete if inappropriate.

    From “America’s leading immigration economist” (The Wall Street Journal), a refreshingly level-headed exploration of the effects of immigration.

    We are a nation of immigrants, and we have always been concerned about immigration. As early as 1645, the Massachusetts Bay Colony began to prohibit the entry of “paupers.” Today, however, the notion that immigration is universally beneficial has become pervasive. To many modern economists, immigrants are a trove of much-needed workers who can fill predetermined slots along the proverbial assembly line.

    But this view of immigration’s impact is overly simplified, explains George J. Borjas, a Cuban-American, Harvard labor economist. Immigrants are more than just workers―they’re people who have lives outside of the factory gates and who may or may not fit the ideal of the country to which they’ve come to live and work. Like the rest of us, they’re protected by social insurance programs, and the choices they make are affected by their social environments.

    In We Wanted Workers, Borjas pulls back the curtain of political bluster to show that, in the grand scheme, immigration has not affected the average American all that much. But it has created winners and losers. The losers tend to be nonmigrant workers who compete for the same jobs as immigrants. And somebody’s lower wage is somebody else’s higher profit, so those who employ immigrants benefit handsomely. In the end, immigration is mainly just another government redistribution program.

    “I am an immigrant,” writes Borjas, “and yet I do not buy into the notion that immigration is universally beneficial. . . . But I still feel that it is a good thing to give some of the poor and huddled masses, people who face so many hardships, a chance to experience the incredible opportunities that our exceptional country has to offer.” Whether you’re a Democrat, a Republican, or an Independent, We Wanted Workers is essential reading for anyone interested in the issue of immigration in America today.

  49. @guest
    I love how they attach the "known for misleadingly editing videos" tag to the front of every story, if they bother reporting on it. You never hear that about members of the MSM who do that, which is, oh, about ALL OF THEM.

    I think this is a Dinosaur Media thing more than a Left Right thing.

    Replies: @Lurker, @eah

    Pathetic isn’t it.

    Because as we all know ‘proper’ MSM documentaries always consist of hundreds of hours of completely unedited footage devoid of any contextualising. Or indeed anything that’s out of focus, inaudible etc. That’s why 60 Minutes is actually known as 60 Hours. Not.

    • Agree: EriK
  50. @Rob McX

    And that wiretap request came from Robert Kennedy.

  51. If the Dems actually wanted to stop voter fraud, the simplest way would be to share the amnesty applications the white house received with local election agencies.

    Of course they’ll never do that.

  52. @e
    Reddit guys reporting the Creamer visited the Obama White House scores of times.

    Replies: @Anonymous, @Dr. X

    Creamer also went to prison awhile ago for financial corruption.

    Amazing how Democrats are shameless about associating with real criminals. Chelsea Clinton’s father-in-law, Ed Mezvinsky, also has a felony record and served prison time.

  53. @Contrarian
    @Flinders Petrie


    The only time Foval wasn’t talking was when he was taking a drink
     
    in vino veritas ;-)

    Many criminals are only caught because they can't help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    Replies: @Crawfurdmuir, @guest, @william munny

    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.

    Only white guys, it seems. I know a black heroin dealer who was caught by a cop with a bunch of heroin in his shoe. The first thing he said was “That ain’t mine, I never saw it before!” I asked why, and he said only white guys are dumb enough to confess.

    • Replies: @AndrewR
    @william munny

    Lmao. More like only black guys are dumb enough to use excuses like that and think anyone will believe them.

    Replies: @william munny

    , @black sea
    @william munny

    Apparently, your dealer friend never watched The First 48.

  54. @Paul Rain
    "the modern day equivalent of the Watergate burglars."

    First National Review endorses Trump- now the left admits that The Committee was right to target their HQ over their criminal conspiracies.

    Replies: @guest, @Barnard

    National Review didn’t endorse Trump, one of their writers, Victor Davis Hanson did.

  55. @william munny
    @Contrarian


    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.
     
    Only white guys, it seems. I know a black heroin dealer who was caught by a cop with a bunch of heroin in his shoe. The first thing he said was "That ain't mine, I never saw it before!" I asked why, and he said only white guys are dumb enough to confess.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @black sea

    Lmao. More like only black guys are dumb enough to use excuses like that and think anyone will believe them.

    • Replies: @william munny
    @AndrewR

    Probably both. Guys with exposure to the cj system learn that there is nothing to be gained by confessing. Always deny everything, and it will work in your favor.

    The black guys are probably ten times more likely to use an alias. Usually another guy from the neighborhood, and they gamble that there is no open warrants out.

    I suppose I should clarify that I know the guy because of my job....

  56. As the evidence for Democrapic malfeasance and agents-provocateur piles ever higher, my local gaystream media outlets are crickets just crickets, still getting the vapors over poondoggle, On Message For Her. And in Oregon no less!, a one-party Democrapic state.

    Imagine if it were the other way around and Lord Emperor Trump was sending violent ringers to Thunderbiscuit’s rallies [sic]* — the gaystreamers would be freaking out.

    * 35 SEIU workers rattling around in an empty auditorium is, obviously, not a rally per se. Hence [sic].

  57. @AndrewR
    @william munny

    Lmao. More like only black guys are dumb enough to use excuses like that and think anyone will believe them.

    Replies: @william munny

    Probably both. Guys with exposure to the cj system learn that there is nothing to be gained by confessing. Always deny everything, and it will work in your favor.

    The black guys are probably ten times more likely to use an alias. Usually another guy from the neighborhood, and they gamble that there is no open warrants out.

    I suppose I should clarify that I know the guy because of my job….

  58. @Anonymous
    "So a "black ops" team run by the Clinton campaign incited violence at Trump rallies across the country. And that's not a disqualifier?"

    https://mobile.twitter.com/JustinRaimondo

    Very nice summation of OKeefe bombshells! Raimondo is the guy from Anti-war.com.

    Look at how corrupt our media is to ignore this story and its ramifications.

    HILLARY FOR PRISON

    Replies: @guest, @Hunsdon

    Justin Raimondo and antiwar.com are on the daily rotation. Start the day with Our Host and a cup of joe, then start roaming around: Sic Semper Tyrannus, Southfront, Antiwar.com, the rest of Unz . . . .

    • Replies: @Jack Hanson
    @Hunsdon

    I thought I saw you around on SST.

  59. @Hunsdon
    @Anonymous

    Justin Raimondo and antiwar.com are on the daily rotation. Start the day with Our Host and a cup of joe, then start roaming around: Sic Semper Tyrannus, Southfront, Antiwar.com, the rest of Unz . . . .

    Replies: @Jack Hanson

    I thought I saw you around on SST.

  60. One would think that the Republicans in Congress could easily use the evidence of the videos to launch an immediate investigation into the voter fraud issues, at minimum, and extend it to investigate the manipulation through the “bird-dogging” techniques.

    Just on its face, if what these people are saying on tape is what they actually did, they have engaged in clear criminal interference with our elections.

    How can this not be investigated?

    And if what they say is true, and if Obama and/or Clinton were involved, how would this not represent an impeachable offense?

    What did Obama and Clinton know, and when did they know it?

    Of course, our media will do everything they can to help with the coverup — that’s where the “Fourth Estate” finds itself these days, so many decades into the brisk business of being courtiers.

    • Replies: @Forbes
    @candid_observer


    How can this not be investigated?
     
    Easy. Republicans are afraid of being called racists and bigots--which is what happens anytime immigration status or residency is questioned as it is automatically implied that the investigation is an effort of voter suppression.

    Lapdog media narrative #47.
    , @whorefinder
    @candid_observer

    You're assuming two things that aren't true:

    1. The Republicans are actual opposition, and not controlled opposition, a la the Washington Generals.

    2. You're assuming the Republicans "calling for an investigation" would make the FBI do something instead of laughing at them and saying, "Nothing to see here, too powerful to investigate, we're going after those evil white supremacist daring to post cartoon frog pictures!"

  61. I like the idea of making them so paranoid they don’t know who is a mole at Clinton HQ

  62. @Rob McX

    One theory on why Democratic operative Foval, who is gay and poz, was so forthcoming:
     
    He must be quite an optimist, HIV positive and hoping to brag his way into the undercover guy's pants.

    Replies: @stillCARealist

    These are probably the people that caused so much property damage during the prop 8 campaign.

    What is it with homo thugs? Why are they so hateful? I’m ready to entertain demon possession as a possibility.

  63. @anonymous
    From the Zimmerman 'protests' to the violence at Trump rallies, it's been manufactured by paid employees of one sort or another. It's all been staged but reported as real and spontaneous by the media, all that's been happening has been synthetically created, the flames in Ferguson and Baltimore deliberately fanned. Everything in America turns out to be fake when examined closely.

    Replies: @YT Wurlitzer, @guest

    It’s all been staged but reported as real and spontaneous by the media, all that’s been happening has been synthetically created

    Just as the astonishing rise of the first affirmative action president was a military grade psychological operation that transformed the D-Party from its populist roots to its neocon status.

    How can this not be a huge news story? How can Obama, without any evidence, whine about Russians and use that claim to censor information, yet evidence of domestic rigging of elections isn’t worth an airing, not even a hypothetical conversation?

    So, Democrats use racism charges to demand that only a pay stub is needed for voter id, knowing that that will let non-citizens vote. They use shell companies to set up this id and also to pay them. And the D-base will be fine with this?

    The many WH visits imply that Creamer worked for Obama as well. The non-DoJ would only work to cover this up. But if Russia’s election meddling is a national security threat, then surely this is as well. So let’s waterboard these perps instead of giving them immunity and find out how far up the chain this corruption goes. Oh, sorry, that’s right, DHS doesn’t work for the American people either.

  64. @guest
    I love how they attach the "known for misleadingly editing videos" tag to the front of every story, if they bother reporting on it. You never hear that about members of the MSM who do that, which is, oh, about ALL OF THEM.

    I think this is a Dinosaur Media thing more than a Left Right thing.

    Replies: @Lurker, @eah

    members of the MSM who do that

    The most notorious recent example being NBC’s editing of the Zimmerman 911 call — I will never understand why Zimmerman’s lawsuit against NBC was dismissed — the nominal reason at the time was that he did not demonstrate/prove “malice” — but the nature of NBC’s edit was prima facie ‘malicious’, imo.

  65. @guest
    @Paul Rain

    Did we ever learn what they were after, or is it all "wild west" conspiracy theories?

    Replies: @DCThrowback

    Yes, Dean sent the burglars to find out whether his g/f, Mo Biner, was a prostitute (hint: she was) being used by the DNC to service in town VIPs. There was literally no motive for Nixon to send burglars to the DNC.

    Win-win for the CIA, who provided the labor and no issues when they were caught by DCPD, who were tipped off that a break-in was going down. The CIA had several irons in the fire to slice and dice Nixon, it’s kind of funny this was the one that brought him down. The Townhouse payoffs (Cash from the Nixons via corporate donations) to senate candidates was much worse and more likely to cause his downfall than that silly burglary. But as they say, the coverup is often worse than the actual crime.

  66. What’s Love Got to Do With it :

    How Age Affects Your Health Insurance and, also How Age Affects Your Life Insurance ?

    How How Being Overweight or Obese Affects Your Health Insurance and, also How Being Overweight or Obese Affects Your Life Insurance ?

    How Smoking Affects Your Health Insurance and, also How Smoking Affects Your Life Insurance?


    “…As a long stormy wet week of driving rains were swept out by the first cold snaps of November, I eventually cracked under the pressure; sinking into a marathon of pornographic self-indulgence with a string of guys I can’t even remember now.

    With every one of them I had unprotected sex, and made no bones about the fact that I had just gotten tested but didn’t know my results yet.

    Nobody cared, and seemingly all were in the same place psychologically…”

    Scott Foval, a smokest with a mostest ACA champion & Certified Poz

    Even Fortune magazine is outraged because: Non-Promiscuous Heterosexuals Are Footing the Bill for Promiscuous Homosexuals’ Healh Insurance!

    Bankrate.com is well-aware that : Obamacare Health Insurance Penalizes Promiscuous, Same-Sex Scrotum-Munchers !

    The Suite magazine makes no bones about: Obamacare Financially Penalizing Gay Employees for Their Lifestyle Choices!!!

    Did you know that employer can require a pre-employment test for HIV and even deny your employment based on that information?!

    And, that excesive gloryholing on stranger’s schlongs is good enough reason for Texas based Baylor Health Care System to retire your resume in the nearest trashcan?!

    (Apparently, this hate-company assumes that you can catch a bug or two while orally interacting with a countless frenelums.That twisted logic means your health premiums should be higher than for the rest of normies!!! Oh, Puh-leeze.)

    Why Fat,Obese & Depressed Male Smokers Got to Be The Most Stigmatized Cohort of Fuck-Ups in 2016. America ?…Right?

  67. @william munny
    @Contrarian


    Many criminals are only caught because they can’t help but brag to somebody about their brilliant accomplishments.
     
    Only white guys, it seems. I know a black heroin dealer who was caught by a cop with a bunch of heroin in his shoe. The first thing he said was "That ain't mine, I never saw it before!" I asked why, and he said only white guys are dumb enough to confess.

    Replies: @AndrewR, @black sea

    Apparently, your dealer friend never watched The First 48.

  68. All this injustice that was done to poor Scott makes me autumn-melancholic and haiku-craving:

    The First Cold Snaps of November

    Bareback African
    And twinklevoss twinking twinks
    in velvety minx

    Just doing God’s work
    that Americans won’t do
    Cruising for the Change

    Bussing, bird dogging
    First cold snaps of November
    keeps your sphincter posh

  69. Only white guys, it seems. I know a black heroin dealer who was caught by a cop with a bunch of heroin in his shoe. The first thing he said was “That ain’t mine, I never saw it before!” I asked why, and he said only white guys are dumb enough to confess.

    Only in the sense that is good for the soul. Interrogated blacks routinely confess, they’re just too dumb to know they’re confessing: “Yeah, I had shot him, but I was aiming at Poochie, and he fine!” “All I had did was drive the getaway car, I ain’t did nuttin!” That kind of thing.

  70. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    If this is actually true

    This Breitbart article: http://www.breitbart.com/big-government/2016/10/19/robert-creamer-okeefe-investigation-fame-visited-obamas-whitehouse-340-times/
    has a link to the White House logs at: https://open.whitehouse.gov/dataset/White-House-Visitor-Records-Requests/p86s-ychb

    If you search for Robert (also Bob) Creamer you can see the 340 visits. Six in June 2016 alone. 45 of his visits included POTUS. Most of those were in large groups, but two POTUS visits were in a group of two.

    I downloaded the log as a 1.1GB CSV file (almost 6 million records). It might be interesting to do some analysis of it. I wonder what a network analysis of visitors and visitees looks like. Some challenges to doing this though (e.g. Robert/Bob and middle initials, file size, varied forms of visitee names with POTUS being especially inconsistent).

    For more information (including a data dictionary) see https://www.whitehouse.gov/briefing-room/disclosures/visitor-records

    P.S. Steve, I prefer to be anonymous here, but would you be interested if I do any analyses? Does anyone have any ideas for good things to try?

  71. @anonymous
    From the Zimmerman 'protests' to the violence at Trump rallies, it's been manufactured by paid employees of one sort or another. It's all been staged but reported as real and spontaneous by the media, all that's been happening has been synthetically created, the flames in Ferguson and Baltimore deliberately fanned. Everything in America turns out to be fake when examined closely.

    Replies: @YT Wurlitzer, @guest

    Which is why they accused the TEA Party, and every popular rightist movement for that matter, of “astroturfing.” Projection.

  72. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    The usual way the lapdog media covers a story–with a pillow, until the story is silent and dead.

    The IRS Commissioner met at the WH ~180 times, and the lapdog media was silent on the question of what that was all about.

    • Agree: Kylie
  73. @Rob McX

    The chutzpah of that statemnt by Comey while the FBI/NSA/CIA is literally reading every American’ emails, tracking their every movement, and listening to every phone call (as Edward Snowden and Julian Assange have proven)—-

    Seriously, if you trust any federal law enforcement agency at this point, you’re a fool.

  74. @candid_observer
    One would think that the Republicans in Congress could easily use the evidence of the videos to launch an immediate investigation into the voter fraud issues, at minimum, and extend it to investigate the manipulation through the "bird-dogging" techniques.

    Just on its face, if what these people are saying on tape is what they actually did, they have engaged in clear criminal interference with our elections.

    How can this not be investigated?

    And if what they say is true, and if Obama and/or Clinton were involved, how would this not represent an impeachable offense?

    What did Obama and Clinton know, and when did they know it?

    Of course, our media will do everything they can to help with the coverup -- that's where the "Fourth Estate" finds itself these days, so many decades into the brisk business of being courtiers.

    Replies: @Forbes, @whorefinder

    How can this not be investigated?

    Easy. Republicans are afraid of being called racists and bigots–which is what happens anytime immigration status or residency is questioned as it is automatically implied that the investigation is an effort of voter suppression.

    Lapdog media narrative #47.

  75. @Svigor
    This is hands-down the most insane presidential election in the last 45 years, at least (don't really know how crazy the Wallace thing got).

    Replies: @Opinionator

    Because?

  76. Democratic operative Foval, who is gay and poz…

    My inner-Beavis just had an aneurysm.

  77. @guest
    @Harry Baldwin

    Obama is the guy who repeatedly calls out Fox News, and specifically Sean Hannity, for going after him. Hannity, of all people. The leader of the free world complains about Sean frickin' Hannity. He has no grounds from which to criticize Trump.

    Replies: @swimologist

    Don’t laugh. Hannity is the only one in the MSM who’s even coming close to doing
    brave reporting.

    • Replies: @guest
    @swimologist

    He could be the greatest journalist who ever lived, but he doesn't matter. That's the point. He's one guy with a tv show balanced against the entire Establishment, inside and outside the MSM, fawning over him.

  78. • Replies: @candid_observer
    @eah

    In some ways, the situation we're in is pretty amazing.

    We have several people, on video, asserting that they have been engaged in activities that certainly seem to be clearly illegal, including planning voter fraud, and instigating violence at a political rally, and which are plainly designed to disrupt our election. At least one of those people asserts that this is all being done with the full knowledge of the Democratic Party and the Clinton Campaign. And that same person is, in fact, clearly a prominent figure in the Clinton Campaign, and has, demonstrably, visited the WH 340 times, and the President 47 times.

    How is that not an enormously compelling prima facie case of corruption and criminality? These claims are being made out of the mouth of the very person who would have been engaged in this activity -- and who is in every way credible as being in a position to know, and to do, these things. How can it not be investigated, and immediately, given its potential impact on the very election such activity, if indeed it occurred, would have been designed to manipulate?

    Of course, in principle, the guy might be hugely exaggerating for some unknown effect -- anything's possible. But how can one not take his word seriously enough to conduct a full investigation? He's important and credible enough to visit the WH 340 times and the President 47 times, but what he has to say can be dismissed out of hand? How? Why?

  79. @candid_observer
    One would think that the Republicans in Congress could easily use the evidence of the videos to launch an immediate investigation into the voter fraud issues, at minimum, and extend it to investigate the manipulation through the "bird-dogging" techniques.

    Just on its face, if what these people are saying on tape is what they actually did, they have engaged in clear criminal interference with our elections.

    How can this not be investigated?

    And if what they say is true, and if Obama and/or Clinton were involved, how would this not represent an impeachable offense?

    What did Obama and Clinton know, and when did they know it?

    Of course, our media will do everything they can to help with the coverup -- that's where the "Fourth Estate" finds itself these days, so many decades into the brisk business of being courtiers.

    Replies: @Forbes, @whorefinder

    You’re assuming two things that aren’t true:

    1. The Republicans are actual opposition, and not controlled opposition, a la the Washington Generals.

    2. You’re assuming the Republicans “calling for an investigation” would make the FBI do something instead of laughing at them and saying, “Nothing to see here, too powerful to investigate, we’re going after those evil white supremacist daring to post cartoon frog pictures!”

  80. How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    The usual way the lapdog media covers a story–with a pillow, until the story is silent and dead.

    Particularly well-said.

    Because?

    Well, because the Dem/Big Media complex is very weak this year, and they have Trump Derangement Syndrome, I suppose.

  81. Don’t laugh. Hannity is the only one in the MSM who’s even coming close to doing
    brave reporting.

    Yyyyep. Just goes to show that IQ isn’t the metier of a good reporter. Honesty, courage, and fortitude are all more important.

  82. @eah
    https://twitter.com/JamesOKeefeIII/status/788828746136428544

    Replies: @candid_observer

    In some ways, the situation we’re in is pretty amazing.

    We have several people, on video, asserting that they have been engaged in activities that certainly seem to be clearly illegal, including planning voter fraud, and instigating violence at a political rally, and which are plainly designed to disrupt our election. At least one of those people asserts that this is all being done with the full knowledge of the Democratic Party and the Clinton Campaign. And that same person is, in fact, clearly a prominent figure in the Clinton Campaign, and has, demonstrably, visited the WH 340 times, and the President 47 times.

    How is that not an enormously compelling prima facie case of corruption and criminality? These claims are being made out of the mouth of the very person who would have been engaged in this activity — and who is in every way credible as being in a position to know, and to do, these things. How can it not be investigated, and immediately, given its potential impact on the very election such activity, if indeed it occurred, would have been designed to manipulate?

    Of course, in principle, the guy might be hugely exaggerating for some unknown effect — anything’s possible. But how can one not take his word seriously enough to conduct a full investigation? He’s important and credible enough to visit the WH 340 times and the President 47 times, but what he has to say can be dismissed out of hand? How? Why?

  83. Particularly well-said

    That’s Iowahawk for you.

    Worth following.

  84. @candid_observer

    Between 11/21/2009 and 6/24/2016, Robert Creamer appears to have visited the White House 342 times, 340 times as ‘Robert Creamer’ and twice as ‘Bob Creamer’.

    47 of those visits were direct visits with Obama. Several of those visits included Michelle Obama.
     

    If this is actually true, and given what this man is saying on video, how on earth isn't this the biggest story in the election?

    Could a man be more obviously connected to Obama and the Democrats?

    And from the video, could he possibly be more corrupt and indeed criminal in his intentions to subvert democratic processes?

    How can the media and the Democrats expect to squeeze out of this one?

    Replies: @candid_observer, @Mark Eugenikos, @rod1963, @G Pinfold, @res, @Forbes, @Don't Look at Me

    I can’t help but wonder if this guy has any connection to the Clinton body count.

    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    @Don't Look at Me

    "I can’t help but wonder if this guy has any connection to the Clinton body count."

    He might very well be wondering if he will.

  85. @Don't Look at Me
    @candid_observer

    I can't help but wonder if this guy has any connection to the Clinton body count.

    Replies: @Mr. Anon

    “I can’t help but wonder if this guy has any connection to the Clinton body count.”

    He might very well be wondering if he will.

  86. @Rob McX

    “The current F.B.I. director, James Comey, keeps a copy of the [Martin Luther] King wiretap request on his desk as a reminder of the bureau’s capacity to do wrong.”

    He should just keep a copy of the statement he read at the press conference he gave when he announced he wouldn’t recommend charges against Hillary.

  87. @swimologist
    @guest

    Don't laugh. Hannity is the only one in the MSM who's even coming close to doing
    brave reporting.

    Replies: @guest

    He could be the greatest journalist who ever lived, but he doesn’t matter. That’s the point. He’s one guy with a tv show balanced against the entire Establishment, inside and outside the MSM, fawning over him.

  88. “O’Keefe apparently has undercover right-wing twinks”

    Well there you go: “the alt-right is gay” meme. There must be plenty of pro-Trump twinks by now I should think.

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