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Lenin and Trotsky launched their regime in 1917 by publishing the embarrassing correspondence of the Czarist Foreign Office bargaining with its Entente allies in 1914 for who gets what in the Great War.

What crown jewels should Trump declassify on his way out the door?

 
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  1. The Wikileaks content. All of it. And then a full pardon of Julian Assange.

    • Disagree: Lot
    • Replies: @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    , @Jus' Sayin'...
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    The worst enemies of the USA's White, Christian, native-born citizens are all domestic and of these among the most dangerous is the Deep State and its many agencies and personnel. Release everything so we can finally learn how truly vile and dangerous these agencies and the bureaucrats who man them have become.

  2. Definitely everything to do with JFK, it was actually due during his term but he postponed it.

    And while he’s at it pardon Assange and Snowden, along with everything about Wuhan, expose the truth about scientists!

    (But he won’t do any of the above because he’s MIGA to the very end.)

    • Replies: @Neoconned
    @Pat Hannagan

    Agreed pardon Snowden/Assange and turn Brad Manning(the trans) commutation from Obama into a full pardon. Then pardon any and every soldier convicted of any crime related to D-ckhead Cheney's neocon wars in the ME or the CIAs heroin cartel war in Afghanistan.....

    , @Paul Jolliffe
    @Pat Hannagan

    I agree, but even complete declassification of all JFK records would only reveal what the CIA, the FBI and the various military intelligence agencies were willing to let go.
    Most of the best stuff, such as “Oswald’s” DOD files, were deliberately destroyed decades ago.
    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/26/jfk-assassination-files-release-244227

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Pat Hannagan

    What was that video?

    Note to commenters:

    When you post a link to a YouTube video, you should put a description of it in your post in case it gets taken down.

  3. Everything related to JFK, RFK and JFK jr for one.

    Also pardon Snowden and Assange.

    Anything related to USS Liberty, or WW2 that would be interesting. Anything embarrassing to McCain.

  4. Documents indicating that the U.S./NATO/Israel//Arab Gulf States and others knowingly backed Al Qaeda and their sympathizers in Syria, Libya and Yemen.

    Documents showing how and why U.S. /Brookings created ISIS.

    JFK and RFK ssassination related documents.

    Early release of MLK documents if possible.

    All documents related to Clinton Foundation corruption.

    All documents related to communications involving Hillary’s support for Al Qaeda-linked Abdelhakim Belhaj in Libya (she deleted emails mentioning Belhaj by name up until the day Gaddafi killed). 90 undeleted emails mentioning Belhaj were received or sent by Hillary after Gaddafi dead (per Wikileaks archive).

    All documents related to Biden family corruption.

    Documents related to Clinton support for Islamists in the Balkans.

    For starters.

  5. gotta be whatever he already has possession of, bureaucracy is probably gonna prevent anything more from getting to him in the next few days. What he really needs to do is to pardon Assange & Snowden.

  6. All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.

    • Agree: Crawfurdmuir
    • Replies: @Neuday
    @Malcolm X-Lax


    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.
     
    Won't matter a whit due to Black privilege. What's already out there on MLK is damning enough and people choose to ignore, unless the point is to poison the FBI as a White Supreamist organization.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    , @Prof. Woland
    @Malcolm X-Lax

    When those records are unsealed after 50 years in 2027 you can bet that every MLK sycophant will fight and flail to make sure they never see the light of day. My guess is that the republicans will kuck and they will be destroyed rather than released to the public.

  7. Definitely the X-files and the Lost Ark 😉

    JFK files would be interesting, but I imagine anything really incriminating was burned decades ago.

  8. He’s gone quiet on pardons too. I’d assume he’s saving a whole lot of pardons and declassified docs for the morning of the inauguration, just so he can ‘win the cycle’ one last time

    • Replies: @Alfa158
    @Mikeja

    That won’t work and even someone as dumb and naive about smash-mouth politics as Trump knows it. Biden would just “un-pardon” everyone immediately afterward because he’ll claim Drumpf was never a legitimate President. What’s that you say; that would be illegal and un-Constitutional?
    Legal and illegal, Constitutional and un-Constitutional, are whatever the Deep State says they are. A Federal judge in some obscure corner of the country can always be found to back that up and the neoconservative Supreme Court will either decline to hear the appeals, or rule the way that Ginsburg would have wanted to, the same way they do on every single Constitutional issue of any consequence.

  9. Trump should declassify all state secrets from the Obama era, too.

  10. – All the stuff regarding the West Bank and Gaza

    – Anything that will make the coalition of the fringes turn on themselves

    – White Dems being hard on Black Crime

    – We really need to destroy the Woke Generals in the Military—It would be fun to declassify Military things that show how bad diversity is for the military

    – NAFTA/Ross Perot

    – Everything related to Israel

    • Replies: @Another Canadian
    @Thoughts

    The Ross Perot suggestion is very interesting. I would like to see everything the US government has on Ross Perot and any intelligence operations directed his way in the 1992 campaign.

  11. This is even more childish than the hoped for pardon of Assange, Manning, or Snowden.

    No matter what he says, Mr. Trump does nothing of adverse consequence to the Establishment.

    • Replies: @Dave Pinsen
    @Greta Handel

    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached him twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.

    Replies: @Greta Handel, @PhysicistDave, @Corvinus

  12. Everything. Literally everything.

    • Replies: @Old Prude
    @Nodwink

    After working with top secret info, which was mostly boring crap, and seeing how rotten, worthless, incompetent and corrupt the intelligence community and FBI are, I see absolutely no harm to the country from declassifying ALL of it. A great idea👍

    Replies: @HorriblyDepressed

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Nodwink

    Nodwink wrote::


    Everything. Literally everything.
     
    Unless it will get an innocent killed and aside from details of military technology (we don't want to release nuclear launch codes!).
  13. Anything related to JFK and MLK.

    • Replies: @dearieme
    @Arclight

    And RFK too.

    , @JR Ewing
    @Arclight

    MLK is locked up by law for another 10 years or so (not sure of the exact date). Don't think Trump can do anything with that. But JFK would be interesting.

    And, FWIW, does anyone really think the MLK stuff won't be hidden away for ANOTHER 50 years when the time comes?

    The US is now so committed to the Negro Cult that there is no way our betters could risk (or tolerate) anything sacrilegious coming about the cult's most exalted martyr, whom even kindergartners are taught to revere and adore in our government schools. No way.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Art Deco

  14. Anything related to Seth Rich.

    • Agree: dearieme, JackOH
  15. Everything. We can assume if someone loyal to him doesn’t already have it, it won’t get declassified. The deep state will refuse his orders to release anything they don’t want out in the public, to the praise of both the media and Congress.

    • Agree: Polistra
  16. If I were Trump, I would copy terabytes of HDs of every classified dossier available and keep them for myself, to have leverage against the Deep State and Government. I’d blackmail every moron in Congress and Senate. And people like Bezos, Soros, Gates, Buffet, Musk, etc. For my own safety and to make money on the side. And I’d make sure to have a dead man’s trigger.

  17. Too late. The process takes too long. He should have declassified EVERYTHING not directly related to current, ongoing national security concerns starting 4 years ago. Kennedy. Area 51. EVERYTHING.

    • Agree: Jack Armstrong
  18. Everything to and from FDR regarding Pearl Harbor.

    Everything to and from LBJ regarding the USS Liberty.

    Everything to and from W. Bush and Dick Cheney regarding 11 September 2001.

    Melania’s measurements.

    • Agree: Ben tillman
    • LOL: BB753
    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Agree, though something tells me that anything Israel-related is going to stay classified, so all USS Liberty docs and some 9/11 docs will never see the light of day.

    Actually, since declassification isn't really instantaneous, I think it's already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Corn, @Daniel Williams, @ringo starr search

    , @peterike
    @Buzz Mohawk


    Melania’s measurements.

     

    Already declassified.

    https://www.bodymeasurements.org/melania-trump-bra-size/
    , @I, Libertine
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I doubt that Trump has felt any desire to release item two.

    But I could see him doing so in order to seek revenge on his former BFF Ben Netanyahu, who hastened to place a congratulatory call to Joe Biden while votes were still being counted in close swing states.

    , @El Dato
    @Buzz Mohawk

    AND the OKC bombing.

    , @Ben tillman
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Let’s add the Lusitania and the OKC bombing.

  19. Late 1970s memoranda from the Departments of Justice and Health and Human Services noting that state-licensed medical doctors had on their own initiative begun refusing uninsured new cash patients, which pretty much overturned the arguments in favor of medical licensure in the late 19th century. Those arguments amounted to swapping quantity of practitioners for quality of practitioners in an environment of cash medical transactions and some charity care.

    The money-shot memo might be a screamer from a young staffer saying something like, “We’ll have people dying needlessly for want of timely and effective medical attention, and our Congress has neither the wit nor the will to address the relevant issues.”

  20. He should declassify everything.

    But he will declassify nothing.

  21. Hopefully government officials will refuse the request and ignore him or if they lack courage the media will ignore any damaging information.

    Trump is dangerous and unfit for office

  22. @Arclight
    Anything related to JFK and MLK.

    Replies: @dearieme, @JR Ewing

    And RFK too.

  23. *ALL* the Martin Luther King sex tapes.

    • Replies: @Rapparee
    @Anonymous

    If SNL writers were bolder and less boringly liberal in their politics, we might get treated to a sketch in which some earnestly progressive scientists use their newly-invented time machine to retrieve MLK and bring him to the present- whereupon their beloved hero immediately shocks and repulses them by getting all Harvey Weinstein-y on the ladies and attempting Trumpish "locker-room talk" with the gents.

    Replies: @Mike_from_SGV

  24. What shouldn’t he declassify?

    • Agree: Muggles
  25. If Trump’s really on the way out, then he’s in no position to be declassifying anything. Where are the loyalists ready to snap to and obey?

  26. @Buzz Mohawk
    Everything to and from FDR regarding Pearl Harbor.

    Everything to and from LBJ regarding the USS Liberty.

    Everything to and from W. Bush and Dick Cheney regarding 11 September 2001.

    Melania's measurements.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @peterike, @I, Libertine, @El Dato, @Ben tillman

    Agree, though something tells me that anything Israel-related is going to stay classified, so all USS Liberty docs and some 9/11 docs will never see the light of day.

    Actually, since declassification isn’t really instantaneous, I think it’s already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    • Replies: @Pat Hannagan
    @Almost Missouri

    Clearly he's not going to pardon Assange as well.

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    , @Corn
    @Almost Missouri


    Actually, since declassification isn’t really instantaneous, I think it’s already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.
     
    Sadly you’re probably right.

    That being said, if he does declassify anything I want him to declassify anything WW2 related that’s still classified. War’s been over about 75 years now.

    And UFO files. Someone had to say it.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    , @Daniel Williams
    @Almost Missouri


    Actually, since declassification isn’t really instantaneous, I think it’s already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.
     
    He outta explain this to the American people as clearly as you just did, using some channel likely to reach them.
    , @ringo starr search
    @Almost Missouri

    Unfortunately, you are probably right. However, Trump could still do so for the symbolic
    value, as Biden would be forced to reverse and reclassify them. It's a small, even empty victory, but it would clearly leave the verdict of history that it was the American Left that was on the record for secret government, repression of information, etc....

    On the other hand, couldn't Trump ask his buddy Putin to declassify all the KGB files about American politicians and the like who were compromised during the Cold War and by the Middle East special interests? You might say most of them are dead, but not all of them (Hilary Clinton's generation of 60s leftists comes to mind), and I still think it would produce a positive effect on the American people. Would Putin do this? Perhaps, Putin might like the leverage he would have in using this as a threat and wants to keep it under wraps, but some of this stuff is starting to be ancient history, so he might as well do it while the iron is still hot (or at least lukewarm).

  27. @Almost Missouri
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Agree, though something tells me that anything Israel-related is going to stay classified, so all USS Liberty docs and some 9/11 docs will never see the light of day.

    Actually, since declassification isn't really instantaneous, I think it's already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Corn, @Daniel Williams, @ringo starr search

    Clearly he’s not going to pardon Assange as well.

    • Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    @Pat Hannagan

    What about James Fields?

  28. – Rudolf Hess interrogations
    – Chinese entry into the Korean War
    – OSS intelligence on Nazi manufacturing facilities

    • Replies: @donut
    @Another Canadian

    "Rudolf Hess interrogations"

    Agree

    Replies: @John Up North

    , @Anonymous
    @Another Canadian

    Info on the National Socialists' nuclear program.

    Official story is there wasn't one, but this claim is belied by the existence of Norsk Hydro's heavy water facility at a very early stage, and subsequent desperate efforts to destroy it.

    Replies: @Another Canadian

  29. Who didn’t kill JE.

  30. Everything related to Soviet agents working the US. Actually all secrets related to communists we have wherever they were operating in the world.

    All information related to John McCain.

    I’d prefer every last thing be released because the value of it would dwarf whatever it costs “us” (since it wouldn’t likely hurt any actual Americans, just the Establishment). I wish Trump had been doing his homework on this so he could maximize damage to the Establishment.

    • Agree: Kylie, Polistra
  31. The personnel files of Peter Sztrok and Andrew McCabe. We need to know why those two greasy crooks were promoted within the ranks.

  32. I don’t believe there’ll be big amazing secrets. He probably would have declassified stuff if there was. Instead he should declassify the sad, sordid reality of who politicians really are and who the rest of the swamp dwellers are. Emails where they can’t help but be obvious with their contempt for voters and other such signs of their pitiful malignancy.

  33. What crown jewels

    Does the US deep state have crown jewels? From past experience, one suspects that the classified files are just an immensity of sub-competence embedded in impenetrable bureaucratese.

    Example: Because of the peculiar moment in history of the “Intelligence Community” transitioning to the digital age, Ed Snowden had more classified access than any one man ever had or is ever likely to have again. He hand selected the most damning files he could find for release. And after all the initial sturm und drang, the net result was … pretty much nada.

    Now admittedly, Snowden’s hobby horse was technical (the deep state is spying on us and lying about it) rather than political (a cabal controls stuff behind the scenes), so you might not find Snowden’s one-man declassifications interesting, but that’s not the point. As an IC professional, Snowden knew what was in the files better than any President ever had or will, and due to his particular circumstances he had the time and the access to make the most damning release possible. And yet, nothing changed … except the deep state got deeper and more opaque.

    So in the case of the person with the greatest classified access that the public will ever hear from, nothing came of it. So what are the chances that Trump—whom the deep state probably never let fully into the loop anyway—would know about any hidden bombshells or that if released such bombshells would make an impression on the public, and far less on the political class (unless the impression on the political class is: “yes, we must never again let politicians have access to what we are doing”).

    Given his psychology, anything Trump declassifies at the last minute (which may be too late anyway—what’s he gonna do if the deep state fails to comply?) is going to be related to some personal beef of his. So maybe we’ll get to hear more about about how the Obama admin spied on him or how Russiagate was fake, which anyone who cares already knows, but we’re definitely not going to hear about say, any Epstein-Maxwell-Mossad conspiracy to control everyone who matters.

    • Agree: Polistra
  34. It doesn’t matter what he should declassify. He won’t declassify anything that matters. Neither will he pardon anyone that he should pardon.

    • Agree: botazefa
  35. What Should Trump Declassify?

    Everything related to the pandemic. This iStevey sentence in the NYT appeared too late to help Trump:

    The pandemic has taken a particularly devastating toll on women and mothers, wiping out parts of the economy where women dominate: retail businesses, restaurants and health care.

    Jobless, Selling Nudes Online and Still Struggling

    Noem ’24!

    • Replies: @Ganderson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?

    Replies: @Redman, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Jim Don Bob

    , @Polistra
    @Reg Cæsar


    The pandemic has taken a particularly devastating toll on women and mothers
     
    Now see, back in the old days this sentence would have been redundant, because nearly all mothers were also women.

    Also: I quoted the M/F covid death stats to a couple woke women I know. Crickets.
    , @216
    @Reg Cæsar

    Noem is bad on immigration

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

  36. He should declassify everything. Every single thing about everything other than weapons systems.

    Doesn’t matter though. Orders to declassify anything serious — like 9/11 — will simply be ignored. He should have done all this years ago.

    • Replies: @botazefa
    @peterike


    Orders to declassify anything serious — like 9/11 — will simply be ignored.
     
    If I'm not mistaken, the President can unilaterally release anything himself. By doing so it automatically becomes declassified. Just leak it to the NY Post and other sympathetic outlets. Maybe this risk is the real reason for the Impeachment kabuki. Maybe that's why Facebook and Twitter banned him, and why Amazon destroyed Parler.

    They have reason to fear. Pelosi's dad's FBI file got released recently: https://vault.fbi.gov/thomas-dalesandro-jr/thomas-d-alesandro-jr.-part-01-of-01/view
  37. @Buzz Mohawk
    Everything to and from FDR regarding Pearl Harbor.

    Everything to and from LBJ regarding the USS Liberty.

    Everything to and from W. Bush and Dick Cheney regarding 11 September 2001.

    Melania's measurements.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @peterike, @I, Libertine, @El Dato, @Ben tillman

    Melania’s measurements.

    Already declassified.

    https://www.bodymeasurements.org/melania-trump-bra-size/

  38. As I recall, in the past four years Trump has made several announcements wherein he pledged to release some controversial, “classified” information into the public domain.

    Then nothing.

    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.

    • Replies: @El Dato
    @Abolish_public_education


    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.
     
    I suppose those CVNs steaming around are also made of wood.

    Replies: @Polistra

    , @Redman
    @Abolish_public_education

    Just like Barr said that the Durham investigation would be issuing a report...any day now.

    I’ve accepted that nothing of true value will ever be declassified. Even the almost fearless Trump fears what could happen to his children and grandchildren after he’s gone.

    TPTB have total control and will punish anyone who jeopardizes it. Casa Nostra writ large.

    , @By-tor
    @Abolish_public_education

    There are Wikileaks-released NASA files showing the 'landings' to have been filmed in the Nevada desert. Aldrin and Armstrong are in the footage in which the camera background switches back and forth from the obvious lander props and Nevada dunes to the black background, slow motion historic 'one small step' and 'moon walk' scenes. The Apollo 'lunar lander' always looked frail and fragile to me with its gold foil-covered base flexing and unlike anything that could withstand rocket thrust nor support heavy weight. The film is incriminating to say the least.

    NASA 'lost' all of the blueprints for the 'moon landing hardware' and 'accidently' erased the Apollo landing footage. Even NPR carried this story a few years ago. NASA also 'lost' several hundred 'moon rocks'.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

  39. @Arclight
    Anything related to JFK and MLK.

    Replies: @dearieme, @JR Ewing

    MLK is locked up by law for another 10 years or so (not sure of the exact date). Don’t think Trump can do anything with that. But JFK would be interesting.

    And, FWIW, does anyone really think the MLK stuff won’t be hidden away for ANOTHER 50 years when the time comes?

    The US is now so committed to the Negro Cult that there is no way our betters could risk (or tolerate) anything sacrilegious coming about the cult’s most exalted martyr, whom even kindergartners are taught to revere and adore in our government schools. No way.

    • Agree: nokangaroos, By-tor
    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @JR Ewing

    MLK is locked up by law for another 10 years or so (not sure of the exact date). Don’t think Trump can do anything with that. But JFK would be interesting.

    And, FWIW, does anyone really think the MLK stuff won’t be hidden away for ANOTHER 50 years when the time comes?

    Yes MLK's file was re-locked by the courts and probably will be again.

    We know he laughed and gave tips while a woman was raped in front of him by an associate pastor
    https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/06/04/how-to-make-sense-of-the-shocking-new-mlk-documents-227042

    Liberals have made him a Christ like figure in the schools and conservatives have gone along with it.

    Probably not that endearing to his holy image if it came out that he laughed at a rape, had over 40 affairs that included men and used church money to buy prostitutes. There is probably something in the tapes that is even worse.

    , @Art Deco
    @JR Ewing

    The dirt on MLK's already out there. Any declassification would add some lurid detail, and not much more.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor

  40. Bill Burr in 2012.

    The president should be a man rich enough to not need corporate money or a psycho they’d never back who will disclose everything they’ve been doing. Otherwise there is no hope for any change.

    He’s not wrong. But could he have imagined what was to come.

    Trump should have his own ‘You know what else they’re doing?’ live on TV as his last act.

    • Agree: Redman
    • Replies: @Altai
    @Altai

    Full clip.
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4eLaIBIjpYM

    , @Truth
    @Altai

    So the POTUS should need to be one of the 50 or so richest men in America, to win the office... without needing the 50 or so richest men in America for financial support; do I have this right?

  41. Anon[352] • Disclaimer says:

    Trump should revenge dump any and every embarrassing thing about the neocons and Deep State, BLM and Antifa stuff, Soros stuff, Clinton and Obama stuff. Anything damaging to William F. Cuckley {not a misspelling), would also be appreciated. Hopefully the Bush name could be forever ruined also. Epstein garbage, e t c.
    Remember how you have been slimed Donald J. Trump. Punch back while you can.

  42. @Buzz Mohawk
    Everything to and from FDR regarding Pearl Harbor.

    Everything to and from LBJ regarding the USS Liberty.

    Everything to and from W. Bush and Dick Cheney regarding 11 September 2001.

    Melania's measurements.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @peterike, @I, Libertine, @El Dato, @Ben tillman

    I doubt that Trump has felt any desire to release item two.

    But I could see him doing so in order to seek revenge on his former BFF Ben Netanyahu, who hastened to place a congratulatory call to Joe Biden while votes were still being counted in close swing states.

  43. @Reg Cæsar

    What Should Trump Declassify?
     
    Everything related to the pandemic. This iStevey sentence in the NYT appeared too late to help Trump:

    The pandemic has taken a particularly devastating toll on women and mothers, wiping out parts of the economy where women dominate: retail businesses, restaurants and health care.

    --Jobless, Selling Nudes Online and Still Struggling
     

    Noem '24!


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e9byOO2Fbc0

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Polistra, @216

    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?

    • Replies: @Redman
    @Ganderson

    Kristi. Better skin.

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Ganderson

    Dear Penthouse Forum....

    Replies: @ganderson

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @Ganderson


    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?
     
    Either one could eat crackers in my bed. Or both.
  44. He should declassify all the information pertaining to the detained Israeli and Mossad agents seen celebrating the 9/11 terror attacks.

    https://www.mintpressnews.com/newly-released-fbi-docs-shed-light-on-apparent-mossad-foreknowledge-of-9-11-attacks/258581/

  45. @Altai
    Bill Burr in 2012.

    The president should be a man rich enough to not need corporate money or a psycho they'd never back who will disclose everything they've been doing. Otherwise there is no hope for any change.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFdi4IP1mQA

    He's not wrong. But could he have imagined what was to come.

    Trump should have his own 'You know what else they're doing?' live on TV as his last act.

    Replies: @Altai, @Truth

    Full clip.

  46. I wanted pardons for Snowden and Assange. Instead, we got a pardon for Jared’s sleazy dad.

  47. @Buzz Mohawk
    Everything to and from FDR regarding Pearl Harbor.

    Everything to and from LBJ regarding the USS Liberty.

    Everything to and from W. Bush and Dick Cheney regarding 11 September 2001.

    Melania's measurements.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @peterike, @I, Libertine, @El Dato, @Ben tillman

    AND the OKC bombing.

  48. September 11, 2001. Hell half the world knows the “official story” was bullshit. I doubt it will happen but I would like to think if I were in Trump’s shoes I would do it. Trump is 70-something years old, he has seen and done it all, EXPOSING 9-11 AND GIVING NOT ONLY AMERICA BUT THE WHOLE WORLD THE TRUTH would be his greatest accomplishment. Hell, Trump would be President for LIFE IF he pulls that one off. Also lets hear the REAL STORY on the USS Liberty. Next would be Saint Martin, what was the “reverend” really like. JFK? Who killed JFK? But given the accused and Trump’s past history, I don’t look for Trump to drop a dime on any of these.

    • Troll: Intelligent Dasein
  49. @Almost Missouri
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Agree, though something tells me that anything Israel-related is going to stay classified, so all USS Liberty docs and some 9/11 docs will never see the light of day.

    Actually, since declassification isn't really instantaneous, I think it's already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Corn, @Daniel Williams, @ringo starr search

    Actually, since declassification isn’t really instantaneous, I think it’s already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    Sadly you’re probably right.

    That being said, if he does declassify anything I want him to declassify anything WW2 related that’s still classified. War’s been over about 75 years now.

    And UFO files. Someone had to say it.

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Corn

    Mrs. William Jefferson Clinton famously "pulled" a few hundred FBI files on strategically important individuals to smooth her political ascent.

    A few people around Trump must have followed this DC tradition and are now sitting pretty.

  50. Operation Highjump . Also what papers and ideas the FBI collected from Nikola Tesla’s residence after his death.

    • Replies: @Garlic
    @Old and Grumpy

    The Nikola Tesla papers collected by the FBI is an excellent suggestion. It wasn’t just the FBI that did it: it was John Trump, Donald’s uncle.

    Given the personal connection, it not outside the realm of possibility that Donald Trump asked for and has reviewed any Tesla/John Trump documents the government may hold.

    I’d also like to see declassified all information on the treacherous activities of Jonathan Pollard.

    My #1 wish would be to see Trump pull all troops out of Afghanistan, or Syria, or anywhere.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

  51. His last executive order should be an audit and assay of the US gold reserves and liens against it. Then Biden can cancel it.

  52. Won’t happen, deep state would just slow roll it anyway til after the 20th then bury it.

    If he was going to do anything valuable for the people who elected him he would have done it in 2017.

    Here in UK worker protection laws are being cancelled and they’re talking about masks forever.

    • Agree: Mr. Anon
  53. @Buzz Mohawk
    Everything to and from FDR regarding Pearl Harbor.

    Everything to and from LBJ regarding the USS Liberty.

    Everything to and from W. Bush and Dick Cheney regarding 11 September 2001.

    Melania's measurements.

    Replies: @Almost Missouri, @peterike, @I, Libertine, @El Dato, @Ben tillman

    Let’s add the Lusitania and the OKC bombing.

  54. Steve, please do an obit for Sheldon Adelson who was buried in Jerusalem today.

  55. What really happened to flight TWA 800.

  56. Trump could declassify everything and then we would find out that most of the conspiracy theories are in fact false, that Oswald really did shoot JFK, that Al-Qaeda really did do 9/11, and that Epstein really did kill himself.

    But then a bunch of people here would have nothing to talk about, so they will invent the arch-conspiracy theory that all of Trump’s declassifications were disinfo and speculate about why he is covering for the Deep State.

    • Replies: @BenKenobi
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Smart pseudonym, dumb comment. If the account that calls itself J*nathan Mason were to agree with any of my posts I would rethink what I wrote.

    But as to your points:


    that Oswald really did shoot JFK
     
    Okay, former Marine that spent time in Soviet Russia returns to the US and blows the President's head off. Move along, nothing to see here?

    Al-Qaeda really did do 9/11
     
    Okay, 19 Ay-rabs pull off one of the most intricate and successful military attacks in history all by their lonesome through sheer grit and determination. Move along, nothing to see here?

    Epstein really did kill himself.
     
    Okay, mysterious billionaire runs blackmail sex trafficking ring that ensnares the entire Davos crowd is permitted to kill himself in prison. Move along, nothing to see here?

    Even if as you say "most of the conspiracy theories are in fact false" in each case you mention the official stories themselves point to massive conspiracies.
    , @ringo starr search
    @Intelligent Dasein

    My guess is there's not much new on certain items: JFK assassination, MLK.... I never quite understood the presumption that the deepest, darkest, dirtiest secrets of the government are actually documented in an official file in some repository. Do people engaged in conspiracies really keep minutes of all their meetings for posterity? (I know, I know.... Nixon did, on tape yet!, but that can't be typical.)

    Nevertheless, the CIA overthrow of the duly elected government of Iran and installation of the Shah, and there's probably a lot on collusion with Latin American military dictatorships, including the offing of Allende in Chile. The attack on the USS Liberty almost certainly contains embarrassing information. What were those Israeli Art Students photographing 9-11 really doing? And whether Epstein really committed suicide isn't the deal, it's who his clients were. Anyway, so why are they classified if there's nothing there?

    , @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Intelligent Dasein

    Least intelligent comment ever posted on this site.

  57. Anything related to the navy’s nuclear reactors. The raw information would be of great benefit to civilian companies trying to make small modular reactors. It would also destabilize Biden’s foreign policy. There’s bound to be more than a few areas of concern. Just about the worst thing to happen to USGs ability to project power would be for the world to think that the navy is a floating Chernobyl waiting to happen.

  58. Pipe dream. Trump will all but assure prison time for himself if he does anything like that. There’s no point in fantasizing about it

  59. @Almost Missouri
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Agree, though something tells me that anything Israel-related is going to stay classified, so all USS Liberty docs and some 9/11 docs will never see the light of day.

    Actually, since declassification isn't really instantaneous, I think it's already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Corn, @Daniel Williams, @ringo starr search

    Actually, since declassification isn’t really instantaneous, I think it’s already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    He outta explain this to the American people as clearly as you just did, using some channel likely to reach them.

  60. Don’t watch this space. Trump lost interest when Ruby Ridge wouldn’t return his phone calls.

  61. The X-Files. I want to know where the aliens are hiding. (The extraterrestrials, not the Mexicans.)

    Given that the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 and the eightieth anniversary of Pearl Harbor are coming up this year, it would be nice to see anything that we haven’t seen already.

    Speaking of anniversaries, this weekend marks the thirtieth anniversary of Desert Storm. Trump might as well dump some of the files on Gulf War syndrome.

    In a sense, Desert Storm led to 9/11, because Osama bin Laden’s major beef with the U.S. was that American troops were stationed on Saudi soil. (They were sent there after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and threatened to continue south into Saudi Arabia.) And then 9/11 led to the Iraq War.

    • Replies: @Art Deco
    @Stan Adams

    In a sense, Desert Storm led to 9/11, because Osama bin Laden’s major beef with the U.S. was that American troops were stationed on Saudi soil.

    There were a mean of 6,000 American troops in Saudi Arabia during the period running from 1990 to 2002. This, in a country which had in 1992 nearly 5,000,000 foreign nationals residing therein.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

  62. Anything related to CIA and drugs and at least, say, 30 years old.

  63. One of the lessons of the Trump era is that you can vote to change the politicians, but you can never, ever change your government no matter how you vote. The difference between the Trump administration at the helm and the Harris and Biden Meatpuppet show will only be that the permanent government will need to be far less circumspect about its schemes than before now that the titular heads of various agencies will be overtly aligned with it. Instead of passive resistance to changes in policy which subvert the elected faction of the government that changes in two and four year cycles (to the extent that the various political appointees were even loyal to Trump in enacting his policies), the permanent government will ramp up its activities to 11.

    In that vein, I have serious doubts that Trump’s declassification orders would be met with compliance, and I have an even more serious suspicion that any truly significant materials would be destroyed/altered/replaced with fabrications etc. by the permanent government which would stand to lose whatever public perceptions of legitimacy remain. One of the other lessons of the Trump era is that when the permanent government, or powerful extra-governmental institutions aligned with the permanent government suffer a diminished public perception of legitimacy, they double down and resort to force and skulduggery to retain their collective grip on power.

    • Agree: Paul Jolliffe
  64. Is Steve still trusting the plan? Trump works for Kushner and Kushner works for Israel. The only question is what additional favors to Israel and Jews will Trump do in his last days.

  65. The No Fly list. That one should be easy for Trump to grt and their’s no legal basis for it to exist, let alone prevent it from being released.

  66. I want to know what the hell this is all about!

    • Replies: @Captain m
    @anonymous

    Obviously she’s Black Irish.

  67. Should and will are universes apart. He’s in CYA mode right now. He won’t declassify anything or pardon anyone the establishment doesn’t want him to pardon. He should be content being on Elba in the virtual sphere and if he’s learned from history (or listens to his wife) he should stay.

  68. @peterike
    He should declassify everything. Every single thing about everything other than weapons systems.

    Doesn't matter though. Orders to declassify anything serious -- like 9/11 -- will simply be ignored. He should have done all this years ago.

    Replies: @botazefa

    Orders to declassify anything serious — like 9/11 — will simply be ignored.

    If I’m not mistaken, the President can unilaterally release anything himself. By doing so it automatically becomes declassified. Just leak it to the NY Post and other sympathetic outlets. Maybe this risk is the real reason for the Impeachment kabuki. Maybe that’s why Facebook and Twitter banned him, and why Amazon destroyed Parler.

    They have reason to fear. Pelosi’s dad’s FBI file got released recently: https://vault.fbi.gov/thomas-dalesandro-jr/thomas-d-alesandro-jr.-part-01-of-01/view

  69. Trump won’t declassify anything. He’s under house arrest. He’ll be very quiet from now on in.

  70. What was in the envelopes that the wives received at George H. W.’s funeral? The Obamas, Pences, Clintons, Bidens, George Ws. Laura and Jeb were in shock. George W. was ashamed but not surprised. Michelle looked sour, so did Hillary. Obama straightened up instantly and looked extra-presidential. The Bidens had a startle reaction, like a couple of deer at a waterhole. Didn’t catch Bill or the Pences. Jimmy Carter was intrigued and looked in his program to see if he had one too, but no.

    Someone asked Q, what did they see? “Our counteroffer.”

    But maybe that’s not classified.

  71. The Nixon Tapes.

  72. @Another Canadian
    - Rudolf Hess interrogations
    - Chinese entry into the Korean War
    - OSS intelligence on Nazi manufacturing facilities

    Replies: @donut, @Anonymous

    “Rudolf Hess interrogations”

    Agree

    • Replies: @John Up North
    @donut

    Wouldn't the British have something to say about that?

    Replies: @donut

  73. How about releasing every sitting Senator and Congressman’s FBI and IRS file plus any medical records from Walter Reed, NIH or other federal health facility these parasites used. Let them explain to their constituents and family why they were treated for an STD in 2016 or whenever.

  74. Everything related to Barack Hussein Obama II and his Chicago backers, and all they have done to stop the Trump administration. Whenever people who look like Obama have power, they do incredibly corrupt things. It’s time to stop that.

  75. It is amazing that so many readers think that there is classified evidence linking Israel to 9/11 in some substantial way. A lot of people have had, and probably still do have, access to a lot of classified information including many people who dislike Israel as is the probability in a huge cohort of people.

  76. @Pat Hannagan
    @Almost Missouri

    Clearly he's not going to pardon Assange as well.

    Replies: @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    What about James Fields?

  77. @Abolish_public_education
    As I recall, in the past four years Trump has made several announcements wherein he pledged to release some controversial, “classified” information into the public domain.

    Then nothing.

    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Redman, @By-tor

    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.

    I suppose those CVNs steaming around are also made of wood.

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @El Dato

    He's not actually the best-imaginable argument for abolishing public education...

  78. @JR Ewing
    @Arclight

    MLK is locked up by law for another 10 years or so (not sure of the exact date). Don't think Trump can do anything with that. But JFK would be interesting.

    And, FWIW, does anyone really think the MLK stuff won't be hidden away for ANOTHER 50 years when the time comes?

    The US is now so committed to the Negro Cult that there is no way our betters could risk (or tolerate) anything sacrilegious coming about the cult's most exalted martyr, whom even kindergartners are taught to revere and adore in our government schools. No way.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Art Deco

    MLK is locked up by law for another 10 years or so (not sure of the exact date). Don’t think Trump can do anything with that. But JFK would be interesting.

    And, FWIW, does anyone really think the MLK stuff won’t be hidden away for ANOTHER 50 years when the time comes?

    Yes MLK’s file was re-locked by the courts and probably will be again.

    We know he laughed and gave tips while a woman was raped in front of him by an associate pastor
    https://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2019/06/04/how-to-make-sense-of-the-shocking-new-mlk-documents-227042

    Liberals have made him a Christ like figure in the schools and conservatives have gone along with it.

    Probably not that endearing to his holy image if it came out that he laughed at a rape, had over 40 affairs that included men and used church money to buy prostitutes. There is probably something in the tapes that is even worse.

  79. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    The Wikileaks content. All of it. And then a full pardon of Julian Assange.

    Replies: @Lot, @Jus' Sayin'...

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    • Replies: @Anonymous
    @Lot

    The low IQ tranny, as you dub shim, got his/her sentence commuted by Trump's predecessor. I find a bit dubious your (satirical?) tableau of Assange manipulating Manning via mesmerism, but tell me what practical purpose the Inspector Javert act serves? Again, Mr./Ms. Unwitting Accomplice went scot-free and apparently is trying out for a lounge-act Taylor Swift impersonator career. Meanwhile there is Assange who isn't on the Gerry Adams or even Bill Ayers tier. He isn't being considered for Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs or chairman of the Brookings Institution/Fannie Mae. What's the public interest here?

    , @BenKenobi
    @Lot

    You're really butt hurt about that eh? Really weird thing over which to show sadistic glee. You've always been a weird one.

    Also Manning wasn't a tranny until he was mind-broken in prison.

    Replies: @Lot

    , @Hypnotoad666
    @Lot


    Julian Assange conspired . . . to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet.
     
    True. But when the MSM does the same thing, they give themselves prizes for doing it. I guess that doesn't make Snowden right. But to be fair, we would also need to send the MSM to Gitmo.

    Replies: @Lot

    , @Anony Moose
    @Lot

    How about giving the military managers 30 w/o parole for assigning a low IQ deranged tranny to work with more than 100,000 military and state secrets?

    And surely you agree that Pollard should have gotten a date with old sparky or the needle, correct? What a kick in Trump's teeth for him to fly on Sheldon's jet and be PUBICLY GREETED AS A HERO by Bibi himself.

    , @JMcG
    @Lot

    Like Jon Walker?

    , @Chrisnonymous
    @Lot

    I don't understand people like you. Assange is not an enemy of the American people. We have entered circumstances in which it is questionable whether the US government is acting in the best of interests of the people and unquestionable that the US government does not act in response to the will of the people. It is understandable that the government has gone after him for breaking the law, but ultimately, in a world in which the US does what it wants militarily to whomever it wants, he is a kind of political dissident whose lawbreaking arguably has moral justification. Since he didn't act with the intention of causing harm, I see no reason to rejoice in his punishment.

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Lot

    Lot wrote:


    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.
     
    So?

    Assange is not a US citizen, he has not sworn allegiance to the US, and he did not, as far as I know, carry out these actions in the US.

    If I hack Russian computers and spill the bans on Russia's secrets, should the US extradite me to Russia?

    You seem to think the USA is, like, the whole planet. It is not. Our writ does not run throughout the whole world. The US ruling elite is not God.

    They only think they are.

    Replies: @Lot

  80. He should declassify recordings of all his phone calls to foreign leaders, so that we can see how tirelessly he has been working in the interest of the nation.

    • Agree: Jack Armstrong
  81. Whatever the fuck his slavemasters tell him to. That is, if he want’s to keep living…

  82. 911 reports. No reason for any of that stuff about Building 7 etc to be confidential.

  83. There’s so much…Pearl Harbor, JFK, USS Liberty, Epstein, government infiltration and control of BLM, etc. But I suspect the Deep State was wary of Trump early in the game and took precautions to ensure he would not have access to much of this material in the first place.

    I don’t think MLK is particularly relevant. There’s plenty of dirt on him out in the open as it is. The fact that he was just a stooge in the war against white America should be obvious to any intelligent person by now.

  84. he should declassify everything. but he’ll declassify nothing. because he’s useless.

  85. Epstein.

    Tried to foreign intelligence … how?

  86. What Should Trump Declassify?

    Everything! Everything short of actual military secrets.

    But he probably won’t de-classify hardly anything. I’m still waiting for the EO he promised in 2018 revoking anchor-baby citizenship. Remember that?

    OT – And the cuck-of-the-day award goes to Senator James Lankford (R-OK):

    https://nationalfile.com/oklahoma-sen-james-lankford-writes-pathetic-letter-apologizing-to-black-biden-voters-for-contesting-electoral-college/

  87. @Almost Missouri
    @Buzz Mohawk

    Agree, though something tells me that anything Israel-related is going to stay classified, so all USS Liberty docs and some 9/11 docs will never see the light of day.

    Actually, since declassification isn't really instantaneous, I think it's already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.

    Replies: @Pat Hannagan, @Corn, @Daniel Williams, @ringo starr search

    Unfortunately, you are probably right. However, Trump could still do so for the symbolic
    value, as Biden would be forced to reverse and reclassify them. It’s a small, even empty victory, but it would clearly leave the verdict of history that it was the American Left that was on the record for secret government, repression of information, etc….

    On the other hand, couldn’t Trump ask his buddy Putin to declassify all the KGB files about American politicians and the like who were compromised during the Cold War and by the Middle East special interests? You might say most of them are dead, but not all of them (Hilary Clinton’s generation of 60s leftists comes to mind), and I still think it would produce a positive effect on the American people. Would Putin do this? Perhaps, Putin might like the leverage he would have in using this as a threat and wants to keep it under wraps, but some of this stuff is starting to be ancient history, so he might as well do it while the iron is still hot (or at least lukewarm).

  88. It’s too late. As usual with Trump.

    Nothing Trump declassifies now will see the light of day. Deep State protocols and bureaucratic procedures will delay releases until the Biden teams reverses any Trump declassification orders.

    Another blown opportunity.

    • Agree: Dutch Boy
  89. 1) The big conspiracy against Americas is in plain sight: Immigration driven theft of their patrimony Finance and trade policy stealing livelihoods to enrich the parasites.

    Just lots of Jewish led media, entertainment propaganda to deny the nose-in-front-of-your-face basic math.

    2) Trump–as usual–is way late.
    DACA wasn’t rescinded “on day one”. Ridiculous TPS nonsense took years. The Wall wasn’t top non-negotiable first budget priority.

    If Trump wants to embarrass the establishment with declassification he needed to be focused and disciplined… years ago. Trump hasn’t been focused and disciplined about delivering on his own nationalist campaign program… or he’d have another four years on tap.

    • Agree: Old Prude, Lot, Chrisnonymous
    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @AnotherDad


    The big conspiracy against Americas is in plain sight: Immigration driven theft of their patrimony Finance and trade policy stealing livelihoods to enrich the parasites.
     
    Best comment so far. Nothing that could be declassified would be more scandalous than what is - or should be - obvious to Americans already, i.e. that their country is being taken from them and they will end up a dispossessed minority. I have nothing against people who seek more information on conspiracies. But the general facts are already plain to see. Declassifying information would only reveal them in greater detail.
    , @Lot
    @AnotherDad

    Good comment, though it could do without the jewbaiting.

    “embarrass the establishment”

    It is far beyond and immune to embarrassment.

    https://img.sfist.com/2020/10/jack-dorsey-beard.jpg

    https://i.redd.it/mo96wife81d21.png

    https://theundefeated.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Nikole-Hannah-Jones-e1582227491711.jpg?w=700

    Replies: @Rob McX

    , @MBlanc46
    @AnotherDad

    Focused and disciplined: Two words that should never be used in the same volume as the name Donald Trump, unless preceded by the prefix “un-”.

  90. @Nodwink
    Everything. Literally everything.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @PhysicistDave

    After working with top secret info, which was mostly boring crap, and seeing how rotten, worthless, incompetent and corrupt the intelligence community and FBI are, I see absolutely no harm to the country from declassifying ALL of it. A great idea👍

    • Replies: @HorriblyDepressed
    @Old Prude


    After working with top secret info, which was mostly boring crap, and seeing how rotten, worthless, incompetent and corrupt the intelligence community and FBI are, I see absolutely no harm to the country from declassifying ALL of it. A great idea👍
     
    I am sure you are right: 99% of it will be boring garbage, but it would be absolutely invaluable to historians.

    The greatest result I would hope for is that no one, anywhere, would trust any government ever again.

    Trump has lived a long life and done much. If he really could declassify everything in the U.S. government sewer system, then his name would go down in history. Every history book written in the next 100 years would be dedicated to him.
  91. During the summer he should have said that if one more statue is torn down he will release all of the MLK tapes. You think our sacred heroes were bad? Wait until you get a load of this guy. Fire with fire.

    OT: why doesn’t Trump pardon most of the ‘insurrectionists’? That would be one big middle finger on the way out. And what has he got to lose at this point anyways? (I’m in the camp of wanting a more competent and sincere nationalist for 2024, so would rather see him formally leave politics).

    • Agree: Malcolm X-Lax
  92. @Malcolm X-Lax
    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.

    Replies: @Neuday, @Prof. Woland

    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.

    Won’t matter a whit due to Black privilege. What’s already out there on MLK is damning enough and people choose to ignore, unless the point is to poison the FBI as a White Supreamist organization.

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @Neuday



    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.
     
    Won’t matter a whit due to Black privilege. What’s already out there on MLK is damning enough and people choose to ignore, unless the point is to poison the FBI as a White Supreamist organization.
     
    The extended concealment appears to have been a calculated bet that America would so degenerate in the following decades that the final release would be greeted with a yawn.

    A well-placed bet.
  93. @Intelligent Dasein
    Trump could declassify everything and then we would find out that most of the conspiracy theories are in fact false, that Oswald really did shoot JFK, that Al-Qaeda really did do 9/11, and that Epstein really did kill himself.

    But then a bunch of people here would have nothing to talk about, so they will invent the arch-conspiracy theory that all of Trump's declassifications were disinfo and speculate about why he is covering for the Deep State.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @ringo starr search, @The Wild Geese Howard

    Smart pseudonym, dumb comment. If the account that calls itself J*nathan Mason were to agree with any of my posts I would rethink what I wrote.

    But as to your points:

    that Oswald really did shoot JFK

    Okay, former Marine that spent time in Soviet Russia returns to the US and blows the President’s head off. Move along, nothing to see here?

    Al-Qaeda really did do 9/11

    Okay, 19 Ay-rabs pull off one of the most intricate and successful military attacks in history all by their lonesome through sheer grit and determination. Move along, nothing to see here?

    Epstein really did kill himself.

    Okay, mysterious billionaire runs blackmail sex trafficking ring that ensnares the entire Davos crowd is permitted to kill himself in prison. Move along, nothing to see here?

    Even if as you say “most of the conspiracy theories are in fact false” in each case you mention the official stories themselves point to massive conspiracies.

  94. Anon[321] • Disclaimer says:

    I think a lot of commenters who claim that this is all too late are missing something. Trump has had the last four years to nail down whatever information he wanted. He’s obviously cognizant enough to have realized from the very first day of his administration that this was a unique and once in a lifetime opportunity. And while he was never in government himself, he’s certainly had enough interactions with various swampies over the decades to have an appreciation of how things get done (or otherwise don’t).

    Having lived through many successes and failures he surely realized his re-election was never a gimme. Seeing the vast array of power brokers ganged up against himself and his family, he must have wished for something like, as a certain ex-FBI agent once mused, an insurance policy. If the swamp dragged their feet, all he had to do was offer a little favor to a friendly overseas intelligence agency for their files. C’mon man, there must be a few dozen foreign spook shops across the globe with Hillary’s emails, Obama’s bath house photos, and let’s not forget that we only saw the tip of the iceberg with Hunter’s laptop.

    If there is a classified document dump, my guess is that there will be several juicy morsels to chew on. But anything dealing with certain key individuals who can harm Trump or his family will be withheld. Maybe a shot across the bow, but the really big stuff will be kept for mutual assured destruction. And it will quietly be let known that there exists a very robust dead man’s switch
    just to preclude any accidents or misunderstandings.

    • Agree: Thomasina
  95. OT: “Caltech to Remove the Names of Robert A. Millikan and Five Other Eugenics Proponents from Buildings, Honors, and Assets”

    https://www.caltech.edu/about/news/caltech-to-remove-the-names-of-robert-a-millikan-and-five-other-eugenics-proponents

    • Replies: @Polistra
    @Reginald Maplethorp

    Shall we make an effort to improve the human condition, or shall we wreck it? Hmm, decisions decisions.

    Erased from history, the very idea.

  96. Everything. He should declassify everything. And then pardon everyone–Assange, Snowden, Manning, every member of his administration past or present.

    Burn it to the ground as he walks out.

    Of course, the declassification won’t work; the Deep State will just slow walk the docs out until Biden re-classifies them in an emergency measure that will be totally illegal and yet upheld. BU the pardons—yes the pardons—that’s the ticket to immortality.

    I’d love the JFK and MLK files declassified, tho.

  97. @AnotherDad
    1) The big conspiracy against Americas is in plain sight: Immigration driven theft of their patrimony Finance and trade policy stealing livelihoods to enrich the parasites.

    Just lots of Jewish led media, entertainment propaganda to deny the nose-in-front-of-your-face basic math.


    2) Trump--as usual--is way late.
    DACA wasn't rescinded "on day one". Ridiculous TPS nonsense took years. The Wall wasn't top non-negotiable first budget priority.

    If Trump wants to embarrass the establishment with declassification he needed to be focused and disciplined... years ago. Trump hasn't been focused and disciplined about delivering on his own nationalist campaign program... or he'd have another four years on tap.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Lot, @MBlanc46

    The big conspiracy against Americas is in plain sight: Immigration driven theft of their patrimony Finance and trade policy stealing livelihoods to enrich the parasites.

    Best comment so far. Nothing that could be declassified would be more scandalous than what is – or should be – obvious to Americans already, i.e. that their country is being taken from them and they will end up a dispossessed minority. I have nothing against people who seek more information on conspiracies. But the general facts are already plain to see. Declassifying information would only reveal them in greater detail.

  98. OT: In The Atlantic, or, as I like to call it, “the Deep State’s company newsletter,” they’re signaling hard a new War on Terrorism against Whitey, plus a purge of law enforcement of anybody insufficiently #woke to facilitate the same. For Goldberg, Frum and Co., we’re the new Axis of Evil.

    https://www.theatlantic.com/politics/archive/2021/01/bidens-two-huge-challenges-after-the-capitol-riot/617692/

  99. @Mikeja
    He’s gone quiet on pardons too. I’d assume he’s saving a whole lot of pardons and declassified docs for the morning of the inauguration, just so he can ‘win the cycle’ one last time

    Replies: @Alfa158

    That won’t work and even someone as dumb and naive about smash-mouth politics as Trump knows it. Biden would just “un-pardon” everyone immediately afterward because he’ll claim Drumpf was never a legitimate President. What’s that you say; that would be illegal and un-Constitutional?
    Legal and illegal, Constitutional and un-Constitutional, are whatever the Deep State says they are. A Federal judge in some obscure corner of the country can always be found to back that up and the neoconservative Supreme Court will either decline to hear the appeals, or rule the way that Ginsburg would have wanted to, the same way they do on every single Constitutional issue of any consequence.

    • Agree: Jus' Sayin'...
  100. @JR Ewing
    @Arclight

    MLK is locked up by law for another 10 years or so (not sure of the exact date). Don't think Trump can do anything with that. But JFK would be interesting.

    And, FWIW, does anyone really think the MLK stuff won't be hidden away for ANOTHER 50 years when the time comes?

    The US is now so committed to the Negro Cult that there is no way our betters could risk (or tolerate) anything sacrilegious coming about the cult's most exalted martyr, whom even kindergartners are taught to revere and adore in our government schools. No way.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Art Deco

    The dirt on MLK’s already out there. Any declassification would add some lurid detail, and not much more.

    • Replies: @RichardTaylor
    @Art Deco

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Charlotte, @David In TN

  101. @Stan Adams
    The X-Files. I want to know where the aliens are hiding. (The extraterrestrials, not the Mexicans.)

    Given that the twentieth anniversary of 9/11 and the eightieth anniversary of Pearl Harbor are coming up this year, it would be nice to see anything that we haven't seen already.

    Speaking of anniversaries, this weekend marks the thirtieth anniversary of Desert Storm. Trump might as well dump some of the files on Gulf War syndrome.

    In a sense, Desert Storm led to 9/11, because Osama bin Laden's major beef with the U.S. was that American troops were stationed on Saudi soil. (They were sent there after Saddam Hussein invaded Kuwait and threatened to continue south into Saudi Arabia.) And then 9/11 led to the Iraq War.

    Replies: @Art Deco

    In a sense, Desert Storm led to 9/11, because Osama bin Laden’s major beef with the U.S. was that American troops were stationed on Saudi soil.

    There were a mean of 6,000 American troops in Saudi Arabia during the period running from 1990 to 2002. This, in a country which had in 1992 nearly 5,000,000 foreign nationals residing therein.

    • Replies: @Paperback Writer
    @Art Deco

    No one ever accused fanatic jihadists of being sensible.

    Replies: @Stan Adams

  102. @AnotherDad
    1) The big conspiracy against Americas is in plain sight: Immigration driven theft of their patrimony Finance and trade policy stealing livelihoods to enrich the parasites.

    Just lots of Jewish led media, entertainment propaganda to deny the nose-in-front-of-your-face basic math.


    2) Trump--as usual--is way late.
    DACA wasn't rescinded "on day one". Ridiculous TPS nonsense took years. The Wall wasn't top non-negotiable first budget priority.

    If Trump wants to embarrass the establishment with declassification he needed to be focused and disciplined... years ago. Trump hasn't been focused and disciplined about delivering on his own nationalist campaign program... or he'd have another four years on tap.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Lot, @MBlanc46

    Good comment, though it could do without the jewbaiting.

    “embarrass the establishment”

    It is far beyond and immune to embarrassment.

    • Replies: @Rob McX
    @Lot

    I like Dorsey's "homeless billionaire" look.

  103. Pardon himself …..or spend the next four years in court.

  104. Who cares? After two years of Biden/Harris and the Democrat-controlled House and Senate, most of the readers of this blog won’t even recognize this country. Twenty million new “citizens” and who knows how many millions of “refugees” settled in every little town, like it or not.

  105. @Pat Hannagan
    Definitely everything to do with JFK, it was actually due during his term but he postponed it.

    And while he's at it pardon Assange and Snowden, along with everything about Wuhan, expose the truth about scientists!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJUW0RMCdMU

    (But he won't do any of the above because he's MIGA to the very end.)

    Replies: @Neoconned, @Paul Jolliffe, @Chrisnonymous

    Agreed pardon Snowden/Assange and turn Brad Manning(the trans) commutation from Obama into a full pardon. Then pardon any and every soldier convicted of any crime related to D-ckhead Cheney’s neocon wars in the ME or the CIAs heroin cartel war in Afghanistan…..

  106. Charles Lindbergh

    MacArthur – Truman

    CP-USA

    Bobby Baker

    POW-MIA

    Spying on Goldwater 64 campaign

    Spying on Nixon 68 campaign

    Vietnam from Dien Bien Phu to Fall of Saigon

    Tuskegee Study

    UFO

    Lusitania

    Vetting files for all deceased cabinet members and judicial candidates

    All in office (not retirement years) medical files for deceased Presidents

  107. Trump declassifying something is one thing, getting the actual info to the public is another. Trump would have to physically hand the declassified documents to an independent investigative journalist for the public to ever see the information. The Swamp bureaucrats would never release it.

  108. He should pardon two former American soldiers: 77-year-old William Calley (My Lai) and, posthumously, Louis Till.

    • Replies: @but an humble craftsman
    @Jack Armstrong

    Why?

  109. @Intelligent Dasein
    Trump could declassify everything and then we would find out that most of the conspiracy theories are in fact false, that Oswald really did shoot JFK, that Al-Qaeda really did do 9/11, and that Epstein really did kill himself.

    But then a bunch of people here would have nothing to talk about, so they will invent the arch-conspiracy theory that all of Trump's declassifications were disinfo and speculate about why he is covering for the Deep State.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @ringo starr search, @The Wild Geese Howard

    My guess is there’s not much new on certain items: JFK assassination, MLK…. I never quite understood the presumption that the deepest, darkest, dirtiest secrets of the government are actually documented in an official file in some repository. Do people engaged in conspiracies really keep minutes of all their meetings for posterity? (I know, I know…. Nixon did, on tape yet!, but that can’t be typical.)

    Nevertheless, the CIA overthrow of the duly elected government of Iran and installation of the Shah, and there’s probably a lot on collusion with Latin American military dictatorships, including the offing of Allende in Chile. The attack on the USS Liberty almost certainly contains embarrassing information. What were those Israeli Art Students photographing 9-11 really doing? And whether Epstein really committed suicide isn’t the deal, it’s who his clients were. Anyway, so why are they classified if there’s nothing there?

  110. Pence is being nice to Trump, but 25A will happen the instant Trump even lets on that he’s considering declassifying something interesting.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @Alan Mercer

    So is this your way of coping with the fact that he won't?

    Poor Donald -- if he but knew our real names, he would have appointed us instead of Abrams, Barr, Bolton, ....

  111. Sandy Hook docs.

    Because, what a pile of steaming horse shite.

    This is the grievously wounded Natalie Hammond dropping the puck at a Bruins game on March 3 2013, less than 3 months after she was shot multiple times by Lanza (and “crawled” to block a door).

    • Replies: @Bostonvegas
    @Bragadocious

    Yeah buddy...thats one of my favorites...doesn't stand up to any scrutiny on any level...glad those kids didn't actually get killed in gun grab propaganda but hope they don't try to make the next one more realistic

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  112. I want every piece of information the government has on me.
    I know what happened with everything else. 🙂

  113. He should declassify everything. EVERYTHING. E.V.E.R.Y.T.H.I.N.G.

    How many lies has the American government told over the decades? How’s that working out for us, the American People? Why don’t we give truth its way and see what happens? If nothing else, historians can have a field day. It would be a shock to the system, I am sure, but the United States does not need to be protected by Lies.

    Among other fascinating things I would like to learn:
    1. What was America’s role in World War I?
    2. What was America’s role in starting World War II?
    3. What really happened on September 11, 2001?
    4. A complete kill-list for the CIA
    5. The identity of all American agents, everywhere (bring them home – we don’t need them)
    6. Where did the Kung-Flu really originate?

    The list goes on and on. Just clear out all the lies and all of the deception. America does not need to be a world power in order to prosper. We do not need to be a world power in order to be safe. Let’s kick over all the apple carts, push over all the sacred cows and let the sun shine in.

    Who knows what great good this might accomplish? Unleashing that much Truth just might give this tired old world a second chance. It might give Western Civilization a new lease on life.

    Ooh! Even better: declassify all the dirt that the CIA and FBI have on EVERYONE. Let’s see it all.
    😉

  114. Everything on JFK, RFK, MLK and 9/11.

    I’m afraid a lot of the good stuff may have been destroyed or gone missing, though.

  115. Anonymous[340] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    The low IQ tranny, as you dub shim, got his/her sentence commuted by Trump’s predecessor. I find a bit dubious your (satirical?) tableau of Assange manipulating Manning via mesmerism, but tell me what practical purpose the Inspector Javert act serves? Again, Mr./Ms. Unwitting Accomplice went scot-free and apparently is trying out for a lounge-act Taylor Swift impersonator career. Meanwhile there is Assange who isn’t on the Gerry Adams or even Bill Ayers tier. He isn’t being considered for Under Secretary of State for Political Affairs or chairman of the Brookings Institution/Fannie Mae. What’s the public interest here?

  116. @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    You’re really butt hurt about that eh? Really weird thing over which to show sadistic glee. You’ve always been a weird one.

    Also Manning wasn’t a tranny until he was mind-broken in prison.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @BenKenobi

    “ You’re really butt hurt about that eh?”

    Not at all, people evade the law for heinous acts all the time. Assange will happily be one that doesn’t.

    “ Really weird thing over which to show sadistic glee.”

    I didn’t bring up the topic of Assange, and never have. But, to be blunt, what I see in the comments here and in other pro-Assange statements is a puerile valorization of “outlaw hackers” who stick it to the man, ie the American national security state. It’s ultimately at the level of college Free Mumia protests and Trump’s attempts at being cool and appealing to the left with his criminal justice “reform” bill.

  117. @donut
    @Another Canadian

    "Rudolf Hess interrogations"

    Agree

    Replies: @John Up North

    Wouldn’t the British have something to say about that?

    • Replies: @donut
    @John Up North

    Good point . I assume the US intelligence must have been able to interrogate him at Nuremberg .

    BTW his nurse during his last 5 years was Tunisian : Abadallah Melaouhi . The Allied powers had some very special requirements for the job and he applied and got the job . In his book : Rudolf Hess: His Betrayal and Murder he describes his time with Hess and the events of the day he died . Hess spoke Arabic fluently and they were able to converse w/o the guards understanding them . Even so there were things Hess wouldn't discuss with him as he feared it might endanger Melaouhi's life .

    Replies: @Another Canadian

  118. @Old Prude
    @Nodwink

    After working with top secret info, which was mostly boring crap, and seeing how rotten, worthless, incompetent and corrupt the intelligence community and FBI are, I see absolutely no harm to the country from declassifying ALL of it. A great idea👍

    Replies: @HorriblyDepressed

    After working with top secret info, which was mostly boring crap, and seeing how rotten, worthless, incompetent and corrupt the intelligence community and FBI are, I see absolutely no harm to the country from declassifying ALL of it. A great idea👍

    I am sure you are right: 99% of it will be boring garbage, but it would be absolutely invaluable to historians.

    The greatest result I would hope for is that no one, anywhere, would trust any government ever again.

    Trump has lived a long life and done much. If he really could declassify everything in the U.S. government sewer system, then his name would go down in history. Every history book written in the next 100 years would be dedicated to him.

  119. Anonymous[297] • Disclaimer says:

    I just want to say thank you to everyone on here for providing such great suggestions that I didn’t initially think of but once mentioned, agree with wholeheartedly. A comprehensive list on the topic, actioned, would be dynamite.

    I would expect the deep state and Biden to refuse but it would show them for what they are and be a great token gesture. Some might even get released.

    Anything Pizzagate related, and if they have a copy of the original edit of Eyes Wide Shut, let that be released too. Anything related to Kubrick’s death also.

    Anything related to the ADL, SPLC or AIPAC if it hasn’t been mentioned. And other, global Jewish organizations.

    How about docs on the Fed and the world banking system.

    Also embarrassing info related to big tech likely to provoke anger at their censorship.

    I would also like to see Ron Unz’s list of declassification requests, for completeness. No doubt it would be interesting. He would think of things we wouldn’t. And Steve’s?

    Anything embarrassing related to Trudeau, Merkel, Tony Blair or other big immigrationists. Anything related to pro-immigration in other Euro dominated countries and behind the scenes. All intel on Soros and his orgs.

  120. Seth Rich – all info

    • Agree: JackOH
    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @fatmanscoop

    Seth Rich – all info

    Best answer so far.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    , @Jim Don Bob
    @fatmanscoop

    The Las Vegas shooting. TPTB didn't even have the decency to feed us a semi-convincing lie; they just stopped talking about it.

    2) Declassified does not mean published. You'd probably have to file a bunch of FOIAs.

  121. I’m sure that any really juicy stuff was destroyed a long time ago, precisely to insure against something like this.

    (Nobody knows for certain what the British secret service did between 1940 and 1944 because it deliberately destroyed its records as a matter of routine. Nothing was archived.)

  122. Justice Roberts’ control file.

    All coms between Democratic governors who conspired on lockdowns and facediapers.

    Is everyone excited about 100 days of diapers and lockdowns starting 1/21? Stawk up on TP now 💩

  123. @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    Julian Assange conspired . . . to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet.

    True. But when the MSM does the same thing, they give themselves prizes for doing it. I guess that doesn’t make Snowden right. But to be fair, we would also need to send the MSM to Gitmo.

    • Replies: @Lot
    @Hypnotoad666

    The MSM didn’t take hashed passwords stolen from a government computer, crack them, then send them back to the thief to further additional theft of classified military documents, together with a “wish list” of especially damaging classified documents to steal.

    The pardon I do want to see is a mass pardon of the Jan 6 crew. Needs to broadly worded like Carter’s draft evader pardon.

    Should some of them be punished in an ideal world? Maybe. But it is already clear mass arrests, extreme overcharging, and persecution of good conservative Americans is the DoJ’s plan and Democrats’ demand. With days left, only a mass pardon will save them.

    https://brobible.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Images-And-Videos-Of-Protesters-Storming-The-Capitol-In-Washington-DC.jpg

    Replies: @epebble, @Greta Handel

  124. @Lot
    @AnotherDad

    Good comment, though it could do without the jewbaiting.

    “embarrass the establishment”

    It is far beyond and immune to embarrassment.

    https://img.sfist.com/2020/10/jack-dorsey-beard.jpg

    https://i.redd.it/mo96wife81d21.png

    https://theundefeated.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/Nikole-Hannah-Jones-e1582227491711.jpg?w=700

    Replies: @Rob McX

    I like Dorsey’s “homeless billionaire” look.

  125. From Day 1 we knew that Trump was serious about Making the Government Great Again. His first stop was Langley, for heaven’s sake.

    Now that Trump’s one-liner mic has been muted, all we’re left with are his Big Government policies.

    No laughing matter.

    [MORE]

    Declassification is for suckers.

    If the guy wants to make a statement, he should pardon 98% of all private citizen, federal convicts (100% of all IRS victims).

    What possible justification exists, in his mind, for the few pardons he has issued and the many thousands he hasn’t?

  126. @Abolish_public_education
    As I recall, in the past four years Trump has made several announcements wherein he pledged to release some controversial, “classified” information into the public domain.

    Then nothing.

    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Redman, @By-tor

    Just like Barr said that the Durham investigation would be issuing a report…any day now.

    I’ve accepted that nothing of true value will ever be declassified. Even the almost fearless Trump fears what could happen to his children and grandchildren after he’s gone.

    TPTB have total control and will punish anyone who jeopardizes it. Casa Nostra writ large.

  127. @Ganderson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?

    Replies: @Redman, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Jim Don Bob

    Kristi. Better skin.

  128. @BenKenobi
    @Lot

    You're really butt hurt about that eh? Really weird thing over which to show sadistic glee. You've always been a weird one.

    Also Manning wasn't a tranny until he was mind-broken in prison.

    Replies: @Lot

    “ You’re really butt hurt about that eh?”

    Not at all, people evade the law for heinous acts all the time. Assange will happily be one that doesn’t.

    “ Really weird thing over which to show sadistic glee.”

    I didn’t bring up the topic of Assange, and never have. But, to be blunt, what I see in the comments here and in other pro-Assange statements is a puerile valorization of “outlaw hackers” who stick it to the man, ie the American national security state. It’s ultimately at the level of college Free Mumia protests and Trump’s attempts at being cool and appealing to the left with his criminal justice “reform” bill.

    • Disagree: BenKenobi, Chrisnonymous
  129. @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    How about giving the military managers 30 w/o parole for assigning a low IQ deranged tranny to work with more than 100,000 military and state secrets?

    And surely you agree that Pollard should have gotten a date with old sparky or the needle, correct? What a kick in Trump’s teeth for him to fly on Sheldon’s jet and be PUBICLY GREETED AS A HERO by Bibi himself.

  130. @Art Deco
    @JR Ewing

    The dirt on MLK's already out there. Any declassification would add some lurid detail, and not much more.

    Replies: @RichardTaylor

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    • Replies: @John Johnson
    @RichardTaylor

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    No actually a lot of it came out in the JFK tape release. The US media just didn't talk about it.

    There was also a former friend that spilled the beans well before that.

    Releasing everything related to Communism in the 60s would be interesting though.

    , @Charlotte
    @RichardTaylor

    The original documents are available on the National Archives website. Here’s a link https://www.archives.gov/files/research/jfk/releases/docid-32989551.pdf#page=18. You’ll need to scroll through a lot of redacted pages to reach the un-redacted portions.

    They were declassified by Trump as part of the JFK Assassination Records project, IIRC. Here is a link to the original article that broke the story https://standpointmag.co.uk/the-troubling-legacy-of-martin-luther-king/.

    , @David In TN
    @RichardTaylor

    It will be interesting to see how long it takes the Biden administration to order the MLK tapes destroyed. They were supposed to become publicly available in 2027.

  131. @Greta Handel
    This is even more childish than the hoped for pardon of Assange, Manning, or Snowden.

    No matter what he says, Mr. Trump does nothing of adverse consequence to the Establishment.

    Replies: @Dave Pinsen

    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached him twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.

    • Agree: Polistra, PhysicistDave
    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @Dave Pinsen

    You’ve not refuted my point. Even if we accept that the wrestling’s real:

    1. People far less prominent than Trump have been and are being attacked for what they merely say, too.

    2. When it comes to declassification, pardons, and anything else being fantasized about on this thread, President Trump will do nothing.

    , @PhysicistDave
    @Dave Pinsen

    Dave Pinsen wrote:


    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached [Trump] twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.
     
    Yeah, but have you noticed that the big chatter in the MSM is now how to eradicate or "deBaathify" the Trump supporters?

    I think what they really fear is that Trump has awakened the "sleeping giant" AKA the American people, or at least the productive fraction of the American people.

    It has become pretty clear that farmers, truck drivers, construction workers, etc. are Trumpists.

    And if the truckers, farmers, etc. all just "down tools" for a couple years, the parasitic verbalist overclass, our ruling elite who churn out words but not things, might find themselves getting a bit hungry.

    No government can rule over the long term without at least passive consent from the populace.

    And we are becoming less passive.

    What happens if the Trump movement is taken over by someone with Nixon's brains, Lenin's sense of strategy, and LBJ's ability to pressure the system to get what he wants?

    That thought would cause me to have a few restless nights if I were a leader of the ruling elite.
    , @Corvinus
    @Dave Pinsen

    No, it's the "largest threat to our representative democracy ever" award.

  132. (OT) Is there a list of webcams at the various state capitols?

  133. anon[238] • Disclaimer says:

    As Chrisnonymous says, it’s too late for that. Trump should have started giving us our information at the outset, to keep CIA on the back foot. But he backed down on releasing the ARCA records, knuckled under and betrayed his oath to faithfully execute the law, and CIA knew he was their butthurt prison bitch. If Trump knew what he was doing, he would have put General Comment 34 verbatim into an executive order, the authority being Article 19, with which US law at all levels must come into conformity.

    Congress will never do this till a president with stones gives them cover. You know Wyden is a prolapsed CIA bacha bāzī because he puts up with CIA’s degrading “Mother may I?” procedures instead of holding them to General Comment 34.

  134. @Old and Grumpy
    Operation Highjump . Also what papers and ideas the FBI collected from Nikola Tesla's residence after his death.

    Replies: @Garlic

    The Nikola Tesla papers collected by the FBI is an excellent suggestion. It wasn’t just the FBI that did it: it was John Trump, Donald’s uncle.

    Given the personal connection, it not outside the realm of possibility that Donald Trump asked for and has reviewed any Tesla/John Trump documents the government may hold.

    I’d also like to see declassified all information on the treacherous activities of Jonathan Pollard.

    My #1 wish would be to see Trump pull all troops out of Afghanistan, or Syria, or anywhere.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @Garlic


    Given the personal connection, it not outside the realm of possibility that Donald Trump asked for and has reviewed any Tesla/John Trump documents the government may hold.
     
    Review? Documents? He hasn't the attention span to read through a grocery list.
  135. Trump will release nothing of any real value.

    Sorry to disappoint you.

    • Replies: @Inquiring Mind
    @Shouting Thomas

    Obamagate?

    Maybe not of real value to you, but still.

    No one, but no one on iSteve (including me) saw this coming?

    Think of it. Mr. Trump has been stewing about this for 4 years, and not only that, Mr. Biden's Presidency is going to be staffed by its perpetrators?

  136. How about releasing Joe Biden’s medical records? Now that I’m forced to look at him on the news, he doesn’t look good. He looks like death warmed over.

    I think a gifted undertaker could make a real contribution. I remember the first open casket funeral I ever attended; I was about 16. My great-aunt looked really good, considering.

  137. @Art Deco
    @Stan Adams

    In a sense, Desert Storm led to 9/11, because Osama bin Laden’s major beef with the U.S. was that American troops were stationed on Saudi soil.

    There were a mean of 6,000 American troops in Saudi Arabia during the period running from 1990 to 2002. This, in a country which had in 1992 nearly 5,000,000 foreign nationals residing therein.

    Replies: @Paperback Writer

    No one ever accused fanatic jihadists of being sensible.

    • Replies: @Stan Adams
    @Paperback Writer

    True dat.

    Of course, Osama bin Laden had a long history with the CIA. And Bush the Father was once head of the CIA. So who knows what the real story is.

    https://media0.faz.net/ppmedia/video/1635237867/1.218500/default-retina/wie-der-spiegel-die-bush.jpg

  138. @Altai
    Bill Burr in 2012.

    The president should be a man rich enough to not need corporate money or a psycho they'd never back who will disclose everything they've been doing. Otherwise there is no hope for any change.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iFdi4IP1mQA

    He's not wrong. But could he have imagined what was to come.

    Trump should have his own 'You know what else they're doing?' live on TV as his last act.

    Replies: @Altai, @Truth

    So the POTUS should need to be one of the 50 or so richest men in America, to win the office… without needing the 50 or so richest men in America for financial support; do I have this right?

  139. The FBI files on MLK that are still sealed.

  140. @Shouting Thomas
    Trump will release nothing of any real value.

    Sorry to disappoint you.

    Replies: @Inquiring Mind

    Obamagate?

    Maybe not of real value to you, but still.

    No one, but no one on iSteve (including me) saw this coming?

    Think of it. Mr. Trump has been stewing about this for 4 years, and not only that, Mr. Biden’s Presidency is going to be staffed by its perpetrators?

  141. @anonymous
    I want to know what the hell this is all about!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jZ4bNh0TnMI

    Replies: @Captain m

    Obviously she’s Black Irish.

  142. @Hypnotoad666
    @Lot


    Julian Assange conspired . . . to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet.
     
    True. But when the MSM does the same thing, they give themselves prizes for doing it. I guess that doesn't make Snowden right. But to be fair, we would also need to send the MSM to Gitmo.

    Replies: @Lot

    The MSM didn’t take hashed passwords stolen from a government computer, crack them, then send them back to the thief to further additional theft of classified military documents, together with a “wish list” of especially damaging classified documents to steal.

    The pardon I do want to see is a mass pardon of the Jan 6 crew. Needs to broadly worded like Carter’s draft evader pardon.

    Should some of them be punished in an ideal world? Maybe. But it is already clear mass arrests, extreme overcharging, and persecution of good conservative Americans is the DoJ’s plan and Democrats’ demand. With days left, only a mass pardon will save them.

    • Agree: bomag
    • Replies: @epebble
    @Lot

    Go one step further and pin a Medal of Honor on all the revolutionaries. That will be a good parting F U to the establishment.

    , @Greta Handel
    @Lot

    Asking again:

    Is your favorite strafing scene in Collateral Murder that of the Reuters reporters, or the double tap on the van with kids in it that stopped to help?

  143. @Yojimbo/Zatoichi
    The Wikileaks content. All of it. And then a full pardon of Julian Assange.

    Replies: @Lot, @Jus' Sayin'...

    The worst enemies of the USA’s White, Christian, native-born citizens are all domestic and of these among the most dangerous is the Deep State and its many agencies and personnel. Release everything so we can finally learn how truly vile and dangerous these agencies and the bureaucrats who man them have become.

  144. @Malcolm X-Lax
    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.

    Replies: @Neuday, @Prof. Woland

    When those records are unsealed after 50 years in 2027 you can bet that every MLK sycophant will fight and flail to make sure they never see the light of day. My guess is that the republicans will kuck and they will be destroyed rather than released to the public.

  145. 1. Who has been funding Antifa
    2. The missing 302s
    3. Everything relating to the Deep State / Obama / Biden’s in Ukraine
    4. EVERYTHING relating to election fraud in 2020 and before

  146. @Dave Pinsen
    @Greta Handel

    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached him twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.

    Replies: @Greta Handel, @PhysicistDave, @Corvinus

    You’ve not refuted my point. Even if we accept that the wrestling’s real:

    1. People far less prominent than Trump have been and are being attacked for what they merely say, too.

    2. When it comes to declassification, pardons, and anything else being fantasized about on this thread, President Trump will do nothing.

  147. @Neuday
    @Malcolm X-Lax


    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.
     
    Won't matter a whit due to Black privilege. What's already out there on MLK is damning enough and people choose to ignore, unless the point is to poison the FBI as a White Supreamist organization.

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    All FBI documents and secret recordings concerning MLK.

    Won’t matter a whit due to Black privilege. What’s already out there on MLK is damning enough and people choose to ignore, unless the point is to poison the FBI as a White Supreamist organization.

    The extended concealment appears to have been a calculated bet that America would so degenerate in the following decades that the final release would be greeted with a yawn.

    A well-placed bet.

    • Agree: Hibernian
  148. @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    Like Jon Walker?

  149. @Anonymous
    *ALL* the Martin Luther King sex tapes.

    Replies: @Rapparee

    If SNL writers were bolder and less boringly liberal in their politics, we might get treated to a sketch in which some earnestly progressive scientists use their newly-invented time machine to retrieve MLK and bring him to the present- whereupon their beloved hero immediately shocks and repulses them by getting all Harvey Weinstein-y on the ladies and attempting Trumpish “locker-room talk” with the gents.

    • Replies: @Mike_from_SGV
    @Rapparee

    That would be hilarious. But it would be like publicly mocking Mohommed in Saudi Arabia.

  150. @Bragadocious
    Sandy Hook docs.

    Because, what a pile of steaming horse shite.

    This is the grievously wounded Natalie Hammond dropping the puck at a Bruins game on March 3 2013, less than 3 months after she was shot multiple times by Lanza (and "crawled" to block a door).

    https://youtu.be/GKx7bNHuG7Q

    Replies: @Bostonvegas

    Yeah buddy…thats one of my favorites…doesn’t stand up to any scrutiny on any level…glad those kids didn’t actually get killed in gun grab propaganda but hope they don’t try to make the next one more realistic

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Bostonvegas

    What do you find sketchy, as my kids would say, about Sandy Hook?

  151. @Reg Cæsar

    What Should Trump Declassify?
     
    Everything related to the pandemic. This iStevey sentence in the NYT appeared too late to help Trump:

    The pandemic has taken a particularly devastating toll on women and mothers, wiping out parts of the economy where women dominate: retail businesses, restaurants and health care.

    --Jobless, Selling Nudes Online and Still Struggling
     

    Noem '24!


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e9byOO2Fbc0

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Polistra, @216

    The pandemic has taken a particularly devastating toll on women and mothers

    Now see, back in the old days this sentence would have been redundant, because nearly all mothers were also women.

    Also: I quoted the M/F covid death stats to a couple woke women I know. Crickets.

  152. @El Dato
    @Abolish_public_education


    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.
     
    I suppose those CVNs steaming around are also made of wood.

    Replies: @Polistra

    He’s not actually the best-imaginable argument for abolishing public education…

  153. Ooooo….and the vegas shooting….literally not one person out here believes the official story!

  154. @Reginald Maplethorp
    OT: "Caltech to Remove the Names of Robert A. Millikan and Five Other Eugenics Proponents from Buildings, Honors, and Assets"

    https://www.caltech.edu/about/news/caltech-to-remove-the-names-of-robert-a-millikan-and-five-other-eugenics-proponents

    Replies: @Polistra

    Shall we make an effort to improve the human condition, or shall we wreck it? Hmm, decisions decisions.

    Erased from history, the very idea.

  155. @Lot
    @Hypnotoad666

    The MSM didn’t take hashed passwords stolen from a government computer, crack them, then send them back to the thief to further additional theft of classified military documents, together with a “wish list” of especially damaging classified documents to steal.

    The pardon I do want to see is a mass pardon of the Jan 6 crew. Needs to broadly worded like Carter’s draft evader pardon.

    Should some of them be punished in an ideal world? Maybe. But it is already clear mass arrests, extreme overcharging, and persecution of good conservative Americans is the DoJ’s plan and Democrats’ demand. With days left, only a mass pardon will save them.

    https://brobible.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Images-And-Videos-Of-Protesters-Storming-The-Capitol-In-Washington-DC.jpg

    Replies: @epebble, @Greta Handel

    Go one step further and pin a Medal of Honor on all the revolutionaries. That will be a good parting F U to the establishment.

  156. @Lot
    @Hypnotoad666

    The MSM didn’t take hashed passwords stolen from a government computer, crack them, then send them back to the thief to further additional theft of classified military documents, together with a “wish list” of especially damaging classified documents to steal.

    The pardon I do want to see is a mass pardon of the Jan 6 crew. Needs to broadly worded like Carter’s draft evader pardon.

    Should some of them be punished in an ideal world? Maybe. But it is already clear mass arrests, extreme overcharging, and persecution of good conservative Americans is the DoJ’s plan and Democrats’ demand. With days left, only a mass pardon will save them.

    https://brobible.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Images-And-Videos-Of-Protesters-Storming-The-Capitol-In-Washington-DC.jpg

    Replies: @epebble, @Greta Handel

    Asking again:

    Is your favorite strafing scene in Collateral Murder that of the Reuters reporters, or the double tap on the van with kids in it that stopped to help?

  157. During Watergate, Nixon had made some rumblings and not-so-subtle threats about releasing information about the JFK assassination and Bay of Pigs that would be very damaging to the establishment (I am assuming LBJ, who was dead by then). Perhaps Ford’s pardon was part of a deal for him to stay silent.

  158. @Ganderson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?

    Replies: @Redman, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Jim Don Bob

    Dear Penthouse Forum….

    • LOL: Mark G.
    • Replies: @ganderson
    @The Wild Geese Howard

    "...I am a student at a large midwestern university, I never believed this could have happened to me..."

  159. @Intelligent Dasein
    Trump could declassify everything and then we would find out that most of the conspiracy theories are in fact false, that Oswald really did shoot JFK, that Al-Qaeda really did do 9/11, and that Epstein really did kill himself.

    But then a bunch of people here would have nothing to talk about, so they will invent the arch-conspiracy theory that all of Trump's declassifications were disinfo and speculate about why he is covering for the Deep State.

    Replies: @BenKenobi, @ringo starr search, @The Wild Geese Howard

    Least intelligent comment ever posted on this site.

  160. @Pat Hannagan
    Definitely everything to do with JFK, it was actually due during his term but he postponed it.

    And while he's at it pardon Assange and Snowden, along with everything about Wuhan, expose the truth about scientists!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJUW0RMCdMU

    (But he won't do any of the above because he's MIGA to the very end.)

    Replies: @Neoconned, @Paul Jolliffe, @Chrisnonymous

    I agree, but even complete declassification of all JFK records would only reveal what the CIA, the FBI and the various military intelligence agencies were willing to let go.
    Most of the best stuff, such as “Oswald’s” DOD files, were deliberately destroyed decades ago.
    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/26/jfk-assassination-files-release-244227

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Paul Jolliffe

    An ABC correspondent visited the KGB in the early 1990s. They showed him what they said was their Lee Harvey Oswald file. It was covered with warnings in Russian: "Do Not Destroy! This Is Our Proof We Didn't Kill Kennedy! Do Not Destroy!"

    Of course, there is no way to know how authentic it was. But it was pretty funny to think it was for real and the terrified KGB bureaucrats on 11/23/63 are desperately looking through the file to see if they really did order Oswald to kill Kennedy and finding with relief that there is nothing in there incriminating them, and then writing "Do Not Destroy" all over the bulging file jacket.

  161. @Paul Jolliffe
    @Pat Hannagan

    I agree, but even complete declassification of all JFK records would only reveal what the CIA, the FBI and the various military intelligence agencies were willing to let go.
    Most of the best stuff, such as “Oswald’s” DOD files, were deliberately destroyed decades ago.
    https://www.politico.com/story/2017/10/26/jfk-assassination-files-release-244227

    Replies: @Steve Sailer

    An ABC correspondent visited the KGB in the early 1990s. They showed him what they said was their Lee Harvey Oswald file. It was covered with warnings in Russian: “Do Not Destroy! This Is Our Proof We Didn’t Kill Kennedy! Do Not Destroy!”

    Of course, there is no way to know how authentic it was. But it was pretty funny to think it was for real and the terrified KGB bureaucrats on 11/23/63 are desperately looking through the file to see if they really did order Oswald to kill Kennedy and finding with relief that there is nothing in there incriminating them, and then writing “Do Not Destroy” all over the bulging file jacket.

  162. @Garlic
    @Old and Grumpy

    The Nikola Tesla papers collected by the FBI is an excellent suggestion. It wasn’t just the FBI that did it: it was John Trump, Donald’s uncle.

    Given the personal connection, it not outside the realm of possibility that Donald Trump asked for and has reviewed any Tesla/John Trump documents the government may hold.

    I’d also like to see declassified all information on the treacherous activities of Jonathan Pollard.

    My #1 wish would be to see Trump pull all troops out of Afghanistan, or Syria, or anywhere.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    Given the personal connection, it not outside the realm of possibility that Donald Trump asked for and has reviewed any Tesla/John Trump documents the government may hold.

    Review? Documents? He hasn’t the attention span to read through a grocery list.

  163. @Alan Mercer
    Pence is being nice to Trump, but 25A will happen the instant Trump even lets on that he's considering declassifying something interesting.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    So is this your way of coping with the fact that he won’t?

    Poor Donald — if he but knew our real names, he would have appointed us instead of Abrams, Barr, Bolton, ….

  164. @Reg Cæsar

    What Should Trump Declassify?
     
    Everything related to the pandemic. This iStevey sentence in the NYT appeared too late to help Trump:

    The pandemic has taken a particularly devastating toll on women and mothers, wiping out parts of the economy where women dominate: retail businesses, restaurants and health care.

    --Jobless, Selling Nudes Online and Still Struggling
     

    Noem '24!


    https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=e9byOO2Fbc0

    Replies: @Ganderson, @Polistra, @216

    Noem is bad on immigration

    • Replies: @Reg Cæsar
    @216


    Noem is bad on immigration

     

    It's not a thing in SD, yet. We saw some darker types working at a burger joint in Rapid City recently. It turned out they were American Indians. Otherwise, SoDak, NoDak, and Big Sky Country looked pretty white.
  165. @fatmanscoop
    Seth Rich - all info

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Jim Don Bob

    Seth Rich – all info

    Best answer so far.

    • Replies: @Corvinus
    @John Johnson

    "Seth Rich – all info. Best answer so far."

    We have all of the information.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2020/11/24/fox-news-settles-years-long-lawsuit-over-seth-rich-murder-conspiracy-theories/?sh=42f6eea46009

    The original complaint from the Riches, filed nearly a year after Fox News published Zimmerman’s story, alleged that the two defendants had “intentionally exploited [their] tragedy—including through lies, misrepresentations and half-truths—with disregard for the obvious harm that their actions would cause"...The story quickly fell apart, with sources backtracking and the D.C. police department commenting that there was “nothing that we can find that any of this is accurate.” Despite a retraction from the network, the conspiracy theories lingered, prompting Mary Rich to say that Fox News’ exploitation had meant: “We lost his body the first time, and the second time we lost his soul".

  166. @RichardTaylor
    @Art Deco

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Charlotte, @David In TN

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    No actually a lot of it came out in the JFK tape release. The US media just didn’t talk about it.

    There was also a former friend that spilled the beans well before that.

    Releasing everything related to Communism in the 60s would be interesting though.

  167. @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    I don’t understand people like you. Assange is not an enemy of the American people. We have entered circumstances in which it is questionable whether the US government is acting in the best of interests of the people and unquestionable that the US government does not act in response to the will of the people. It is understandable that the government has gone after him for breaking the law, but ultimately, in a world in which the US does what it wants militarily to whomever it wants, he is a kind of political dissident whose lawbreaking arguably has moral justification. Since he didn’t act with the intention of causing harm, I see no reason to rejoice in his punishment.

  168. @Pat Hannagan
    Definitely everything to do with JFK, it was actually due during his term but he postponed it.

    And while he's at it pardon Assange and Snowden, along with everything about Wuhan, expose the truth about scientists!

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PJUW0RMCdMU

    (But he won't do any of the above because he's MIGA to the very end.)

    Replies: @Neoconned, @Paul Jolliffe, @Chrisnonymous

    What was that video?

    Note to commenters:

    When you post a link to a YouTube video, you should put a description of it in your post in case it gets taken down.

  169. @AnotherDad
    1) The big conspiracy against Americas is in plain sight: Immigration driven theft of their patrimony Finance and trade policy stealing livelihoods to enrich the parasites.

    Just lots of Jewish led media, entertainment propaganda to deny the nose-in-front-of-your-face basic math.


    2) Trump--as usual--is way late.
    DACA wasn't rescinded "on day one". Ridiculous TPS nonsense took years. The Wall wasn't top non-negotiable first budget priority.

    If Trump wants to embarrass the establishment with declassification he needed to be focused and disciplined... years ago. Trump hasn't been focused and disciplined about delivering on his own nationalist campaign program... or he'd have another four years on tap.

    Replies: @Rob McX, @Lot, @MBlanc46

    Focused and disciplined: Two words that should never be used in the same volume as the name Donald Trump, unless preceded by the prefix “un-”.

  170. He needs actionable dirt on Biden, Pelosi, Harris, and Cackles. By actionable, I mean stuff that is either out and out treason, or election interference that EO13848 applies to. Then he needs to release info on every state elections official, judge, or governor who can be tied to Chinese influence. That would do for starters.

  171. @Corn
    @Almost Missouri


    Actually, since declassification isn’t really instantaneous, I think it’s already too late for Trump to declassify anything. Everyone in DC knows they just have to drag their feet for a few days and there will be no penalty for not complying with the declass order.
     
    Sadly you’re probably right.

    That being said, if he does declassify anything I want him to declassify anything WW2 related that’s still classified. War’s been over about 75 years now.

    And UFO files. Someone had to say it.

    Replies: @Anonymous

    Mrs. William Jefferson Clinton famously “pulled” a few hundred FBI files on strategically important individuals to smooth her political ascent.

    A few people around Trump must have followed this DC tradition and are now sitting pretty.

  172. @Rapparee
    @Anonymous

    If SNL writers were bolder and less boringly liberal in their politics, we might get treated to a sketch in which some earnestly progressive scientists use their newly-invented time machine to retrieve MLK and bring him to the present- whereupon their beloved hero immediately shocks and repulses them by getting all Harvey Weinstein-y on the ladies and attempting Trumpish "locker-room talk" with the gents.

    Replies: @Mike_from_SGV

    That would be hilarious. But it would be like publicly mocking Mohommed in Saudi Arabia.

  173. @216
    @Reg Cæsar

    Noem is bad on immigration

    Replies: @Reg Cæsar

    Noem is bad on immigration

    It’s not a thing in SD, yet. We saw some darker types working at a burger joint in Rapid City recently. It turned out they were American Indians. Otherwise, SoDak, NoDak, and Big Sky Country looked pretty white.

  174. @John Up North
    @donut

    Wouldn't the British have something to say about that?

    Replies: @donut

    Good point . I assume the US intelligence must have been able to interrogate him at Nuremberg .

    BTW his nurse during his last 5 years was Tunisian : Abadallah Melaouhi . The Allied powers had some very special requirements for the job and he applied and got the job . In his book : Rudolf Hess: His Betrayal and Murder he describes his time with Hess and the events of the day he died . Hess spoke Arabic fluently and they were able to converse w/o the guards understanding them . Even so there were things Hess wouldn’t discuss with him as he feared it might endanger Melaouhi’s life .

    • Replies: @Another Canadian
    @donut

    I assume US intelligence had plenty of opportunities to interrogate Hess. It was the Cold War and they were US intelligence. Anyway, it would be interesting to see what they have since the British aren't much help.

  175. @Another Canadian
    - Rudolf Hess interrogations
    - Chinese entry into the Korean War
    - OSS intelligence on Nazi manufacturing facilities

    Replies: @donut, @Anonymous

    Info on the National Socialists’ nuclear program.

    Official story is there wasn’t one, but this claim is belied by the existence of Norsk Hydro’s heavy water facility at a very early stage, and subsequent desperate efforts to destroy it.

    • Replies: @Another Canadian
    @Anonymous

    Yes, also it would be interesting to de-classify intelligence surrounding specific technology programmes, e.g V2, Me-262, synthetic fuels and synthetic rubber especially the Auschwitz facility. What the heck did the OSS know about Auschwitz and what specific evidence did they have? Aerial photos? Spies on the ground? It was an important facility so I assume they had a lot of this stuff to support bombing missions and only the weakest sauce has been released to date.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

  176. @Lot
    @Yojimbo/Zatoichi

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    He will deservedly die in ADX Florence as one of the leading enemies of the United States.

    https://www.justice.gov/opa/press-release/file/1165636/download

    http://3.bp.blogspot.com/-tQ8WqS3bGOQ/UY5UC2Zd0AI/AAAAAAAAehM/XPs81a2wwGc/s1600/ADX+Supermax+Florence+03.jpg

    Replies: @Anonymous, @BenKenobi, @Hypnotoad666, @Anony Moose, @JMcG, @Chrisnonymous, @PhysicistDave

    Lot wrote:

    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.

    So?

    Assange is not a US citizen, he has not sworn allegiance to the US, and he did not, as far as I know, carry out these actions in the US.

    If I hack Russian computers and spill the bans on Russia’s secrets, should the US extradite me to Russia?

    You seem to think the USA is, like, the whole planet. It is not. Our writ does not run throughout the whole world. The US ruling elite is not God.

    They only think they are.

    • Agree: Rob McX
    • Replies: @Lot
    @PhysicistDave

    Bad analogy. He’s a citizen of Australia and being extradited from the UK, two of our closest allies and with whom we have the highest level of intel sharing. If you did what he did to Australia, and there were a legally valid extradition request, yes you should be extradited. And yea, your hacking of Australia harms America.

    “ You seem to think the USA is, like, the whole planet.”

    There’s an easy way to avoid being tried for hacking American military computer networks. Don’t do it.

    Assange has been afforded all legal protections by able counsel the entire time. He seeks to avoid justice for his obvious crimes. I’ve seem no defense of him beyond “muh hero hacker standing up to the USA.”

  177. @Dave Pinsen
    @Greta Handel

    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached him twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.

    Replies: @Greta Handel, @PhysicistDave, @Corvinus

    Dave Pinsen wrote:

    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached [Trump] twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.

    Yeah, but have you noticed that the big chatter in the MSM is now how to eradicate or “deBaathify” the Trump supporters?

    I think what they really fear is that Trump has awakened the “sleeping giant” AKA the American people, or at least the productive fraction of the American people.

    It has become pretty clear that farmers, truck drivers, construction workers, etc. are Trumpists.

    And if the truckers, farmers, etc. all just “down tools” for a couple years, the parasitic verbalist overclass, our ruling elite who churn out words but not things, might find themselves getting a bit hungry.

    No government can rule over the long term without at least passive consent from the populace.

    And we are becoming less passive.

    What happens if the Trump movement is taken over by someone with Nixon’s brains, Lenin’s sense of strategy, and LBJ’s ability to pressure the system to get what he wants?

    That thought would cause me to have a few restless nights if I were a leader of the ruling elite.

  178. @Nodwink
    Everything. Literally everything.

    Replies: @Old Prude, @PhysicistDave

    Nodwink wrote::

    Everything. Literally everything.

    Unless it will get an innocent killed and aside from details of military technology (we don’t want to release nuclear launch codes!).

  179. anything vincent foster related (I just learned of Kavanaugh’s involvement in that case – far more disqualifying than the made up blasy ford dingbat story). UFO stuff. Epstein stuff would be nice but since Trump himself probably ordered the hit that is a long shot.

  180. Trump should have pardoned Assange as his first act in office, and had a big ceremony awarding him a medal along with Pamela Anderson.

    Then he could have made Assange Declassification Czar, and along with Snowden, and Pam, they could have gone on a truth binge.

    Anyways, that’s one of the reasons why Trump was never ‘Our Guy’ from the beginning.

    I would have done it. And I would have done it with a smile.

  181. @RichardTaylor
    @Art Deco

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Charlotte, @David In TN

    The original documents are available on the National Archives website. Here’s a link https://www.archives.gov/files/research/jfk/releases/docid-32989551.pdf#page=18. You’ll need to scroll through a lot of redacted pages to reach the un-redacted portions.

    They were declassified by Trump as part of the JFK Assassination Records project, IIRC. Here is a link to the original article that broke the story https://standpointmag.co.uk/the-troubling-legacy-of-martin-luther-king/.

    • Thanks: RichardTaylor
  182. @Paperback Writer
    @Art Deco

    No one ever accused fanatic jihadists of being sensible.

    Replies: @Stan Adams

    True dat.

    Of course, Osama bin Laden had a long history with the CIA. And Bush the Father was once head of the CIA. So who knows what the real story is.

  183. @Abolish_public_education
    As I recall, in the past four years Trump has made several announcements wherein he pledged to release some controversial, “classified” information into the public domain.

    Then nothing.

    Moon landings were Hollywood staged.

    Replies: @El Dato, @Redman, @By-tor

    There are Wikileaks-released NASA files showing the ‘landings’ to have been filmed in the Nevada desert. Aldrin and Armstrong are in the footage in which the camera background switches back and forth from the obvious lander props and Nevada dunes to the black background, slow motion historic ‘one small step’ and ‘moon walk’ scenes. The Apollo ‘lunar lander’ always looked frail and fragile to me with its gold foil-covered base flexing and unlike anything that could withstand rocket thrust nor support heavy weight. The film is incriminating to say the least.

    NASA ‘lost’ all of the blueprints for the ‘moon landing hardware’ and ‘accidently’ erased the Apollo landing footage. Even NPR carried this story a few years ago. NASA also ‘lost’ several hundred ‘moon rocks’.

    • Replies: @Joe Stalin
    @By-tor

    https://www.popsci.com/blog-network/vintage-space/mapping-apollo-landing-sites-then-and-now/

    The locations of all the Apollo landing sites are known and anyone with the money e.g. countries can look for themselves if they are there.

    What a bonanza of anti-American propaganda could be generated if what you say is true.

    Better get on it ASAP!

  184. Obama’s LSAT score, college transcripts (including source of any scholarships), and passports.

  185. @PhysicistDave
    @Lot

    Lot wrote:


    Julian Assange conspired with a low IQ deranged tranny to hack more than 100,000 military and state documents and just dump them on the Internet. He cracked encrypted passwords that Manning was too stupid to crack himself. He encouraged and provided specific instructions to Manning every step of the way.
     
    So?

    Assange is not a US citizen, he has not sworn allegiance to the US, and he did not, as far as I know, carry out these actions in the US.

    If I hack Russian computers and spill the bans on Russia's secrets, should the US extradite me to Russia?

    You seem to think the USA is, like, the whole planet. It is not. Our writ does not run throughout the whole world. The US ruling elite is not God.

    They only think they are.

    Replies: @Lot

    Bad analogy. He’s a citizen of Australia and being extradited from the UK, two of our closest allies and with whom we have the highest level of intel sharing. If you did what he did to Australia, and there were a legally valid extradition request, yes you should be extradited. And yea, your hacking of Australia harms America.

    “ You seem to think the USA is, like, the whole planet.”

    There’s an easy way to avoid being tried for hacking American military computer networks. Don’t do it.

    Assange has been afforded all legal protections by able counsel the entire time. He seeks to avoid justice for his obvious crimes. I’ve seem no defense of him beyond “muh hero hacker standing up to the USA.”

  186. @donut
    @John Up North

    Good point . I assume the US intelligence must have been able to interrogate him at Nuremberg .

    BTW his nurse during his last 5 years was Tunisian : Abadallah Melaouhi . The Allied powers had some very special requirements for the job and he applied and got the job . In his book : Rudolf Hess: His Betrayal and Murder he describes his time with Hess and the events of the day he died . Hess spoke Arabic fluently and they were able to converse w/o the guards understanding them . Even so there were things Hess wouldn't discuss with him as he feared it might endanger Melaouhi's life .

    Replies: @Another Canadian

    I assume US intelligence had plenty of opportunities to interrogate Hess. It was the Cold War and they were US intelligence. Anyway, it would be interesting to see what they have since the British aren’t much help.

  187. @Anonymous
    @Another Canadian

    Info on the National Socialists' nuclear program.

    Official story is there wasn't one, but this claim is belied by the existence of Norsk Hydro's heavy water facility at a very early stage, and subsequent desperate efforts to destroy it.

    Replies: @Another Canadian

    Yes, also it would be interesting to de-classify intelligence surrounding specific technology programmes, e.g V2, Me-262, synthetic fuels and synthetic rubber especially the Auschwitz facility. What the heck did the OSS know about Auschwitz and what specific evidence did they have? Aerial photos? Spies on the ground? It was an important facility so I assume they had a lot of this stuff to support bombing missions and only the weakest sauce has been released to date.

    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Another Canadian

    There was NFW the Allies could have bombed Auschwitz which is way down in southern Poland by Slovakia. And even if they could, what should they have bombed? The barracks?

    Most say the rail lines, but WW2 bombing CEP was measured in miles, and rail lines are ridiculously easy to repair.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Another Canadian

  188. “What crown jewels should Trump declassify on his way out the door?”

    The obviously more relevant questions are what would YOU declassify, Mr. Sailer, and why do you even care in the first place?

  189. @Dave Pinsen
    @Greta Handel

    If that were true they wouldn’t have impeached him twice. That’s basically a “biggest threat to the establishment ever” award.

    Replies: @Greta Handel, @PhysicistDave, @Corvinus

    No, it’s the “largest threat to our representative democracy ever” award.

  190. @Thoughts
    - All the stuff regarding the West Bank and Gaza

    - Anything that will make the coalition of the fringes turn on themselves

    - White Dems being hard on Black Crime

    - We really need to destroy the Woke Generals in the Military---It would be fun to declassify Military things that show how bad diversity is for the military

    - NAFTA/Ross Perot

    - Everything related to Israel

    Replies: @Another Canadian

    The Ross Perot suggestion is very interesting. I would like to see everything the US government has on Ross Perot and any intelligence operations directed his way in the 1992 campaign.

  191. If this thread is still alive, I think the Trump failure points to the need for populists to start building an elite. Trump was cockblocked by Democrats, sure. But the other party tries to cockblock any President. There were no Republicans either in Office or in offices who agreed with Candidate Trump (I mean Bannon) on immigration, trade, and war. So his own party cockblocked him. He didn’t even remake the federal judiciary, because there are no populist judges, at least no openly, whom he could have appointed.

    We have to fix that. The establishment Republicans and conservative Inc won’t support populist candidates? When an establishment pol beats a populist in the peimary, think PUMA (Party Unity My Ass), and vote Democratic. This should be especially true in Kansas, where some establishment cons campaigned against Kris Kobach. If you can’t bring yourself to vote for the Democrat, at least stay home or vote third party. Think of it this way, the faster we bring the Republican Party to our side, the faster the country can be repaired. If the Democrats do too much damage, that can all be reversed when we take power. If it can’t be reversed, well, civil war opens lots of possibilities.

    Look at this way, on the top two issues, immigration and reshoring industry, the Republicans are easily as bad as the Democrats. We don’t get anything for electing Republicans. The culture war issues that send many conservatives into fits of apoplexy, like transdexuals in bathrooms, say, do not matter. Even if those issues did matter, Republicans and conservatives lose every time. Either progressives get in office and do something that Republicans never reverse when they take over, or a judge makes law, and the progressives win.

    We need a new elite. But try to bring Democrats over on immigration and trade. Drop the culture war. The goal should not be to get the thrill of dopamine and Adrenalin (iPad caps that) from righteously defending whatever Conservative Inc has decided are their principles this week. Don’t fight them on bathrooms. Don’t fight them on defunding the police. The latter will hurt Democrats if it is ever enacted, and the former is more a symptom than a problem. If you have to fight on bathrooms, then you have already lost.

  192. @By-tor
    @Abolish_public_education

    There are Wikileaks-released NASA files showing the 'landings' to have been filmed in the Nevada desert. Aldrin and Armstrong are in the footage in which the camera background switches back and forth from the obvious lander props and Nevada dunes to the black background, slow motion historic 'one small step' and 'moon walk' scenes. The Apollo 'lunar lander' always looked frail and fragile to me with its gold foil-covered base flexing and unlike anything that could withstand rocket thrust nor support heavy weight. The film is incriminating to say the least.

    NASA 'lost' all of the blueprints for the 'moon landing hardware' and 'accidently' erased the Apollo landing footage. Even NPR carried this story a few years ago. NASA also 'lost' several hundred 'moon rocks'.

    Replies: @Joe Stalin

    https://www.popsci.com/blog-network/vintage-space/mapping-apollo-landing-sites-then-and-now/

    The locations of all the Apollo landing sites are known and anyone with the money e.g. countries can look for themselves if they are there.

    What a bonanza of anti-American propaganda could be generated if what you say is true.

    Better get on it ASAP!

  193. @fatmanscoop
    Seth Rich - all info

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Jim Don Bob

    The Las Vegas shooting. TPTB didn’t even have the decency to feed us a semi-convincing lie; they just stopped talking about it.

    2) Declassified does not mean published. You’d probably have to file a bunch of FOIAs.

  194. @Bostonvegas
    @Bragadocious

    Yeah buddy...thats one of my favorites...doesn't stand up to any scrutiny on any level...glad those kids didn't actually get killed in gun grab propaganda but hope they don't try to make the next one more realistic

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    What do you find sketchy, as my kids would say, about Sandy Hook?

  195. @John Johnson
    @fatmanscoop

    Seth Rich – all info

    Best answer so far.

    Replies: @Corvinus

    “Seth Rich – all info. Best answer so far.”

    We have all of the information.

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/jemimamcevoy/2020/11/24/fox-news-settles-years-long-lawsuit-over-seth-rich-murder-conspiracy-theories/?sh=42f6eea46009

    The original complaint from the Riches, filed nearly a year after Fox News published Zimmerman’s story, alleged that the two defendants had “intentionally exploited [their] tragedy—including through lies, misrepresentations and half-truths—with disregard for the obvious harm that their actions would cause”…The story quickly fell apart, with sources backtracking and the D.C. police department commenting that there was “nothing that we can find that any of this is accurate.” Despite a retraction from the network, the conspiracy theories lingered, prompting Mary Rich to say that Fox News’ exploitation had meant: “We lost his body the first time, and the second time we lost his soul”.

  196. It’s too late. Unless he already has the documents in his possession, and someone has done the work of redacting any personal information that should not be released, the 3-letter agencies need to stall for only 5 days before Joe Biden will re-classify the documents.

  197. @RichardTaylor
    @Art Deco

    Whatever dirt is out there on MLK is just on rando sites with no credibility. It would be good to get official declassification.

    Replies: @John Johnson, @Charlotte, @David In TN

    It will be interesting to see how long it takes the Biden administration to order the MLK tapes destroyed. They were supposed to become publicly available in 2027.

  198. @Another Canadian
    @Anonymous

    Yes, also it would be interesting to de-classify intelligence surrounding specific technology programmes, e.g V2, Me-262, synthetic fuels and synthetic rubber especially the Auschwitz facility. What the heck did the OSS know about Auschwitz and what specific evidence did they have? Aerial photos? Spies on the ground? It was an important facility so I assume they had a lot of this stuff to support bombing missions and only the weakest sauce has been released to date.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    There was NFW the Allies could have bombed Auschwitz which is way down in southern Poland by Slovakia. And even if they could, what should they have bombed? The barracks?

    Most say the rail lines, but WW2 bombing CEP was measured in miles, and rail lines are ridiculously easy to repair.

    • Replies: @Steve Sailer
    @Jim Don Bob

    It took the USAF from 1965 to 1972 to blow up one important rail bridge in North Vietnam. The introduction of smart bombs in 1972 makes it hard for contemporary people to understand just how hard it was before 1972 to hit a precise target.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    , @Another Canadian
    @Jim Don Bob

    I should have been more precise, not specifically the Auschwitz camp, but the synthetic rubber facility run by IG Farben about 5 miles from the camp. You don't think allied intelligence services surveilled this facility for bombing? It was only the Reich's largest post-1940 chemical plant constructed on a greenfield site. As your new president would say, C'mon mannn. I would like to see all that reconnaisance information released, if it does exist.

  199. @Jim Don Bob
    @Another Canadian

    There was NFW the Allies could have bombed Auschwitz which is way down in southern Poland by Slovakia. And even if they could, what should they have bombed? The barracks?

    Most say the rail lines, but WW2 bombing CEP was measured in miles, and rail lines are ridiculously easy to repair.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Another Canadian

    It took the USAF from 1965 to 1972 to blow up one important rail bridge in North Vietnam. The introduction of smart bombs in 1972 makes it hard for contemporary people to understand just how hard it was before 1972 to hit a precise target.

    • Agree: Jim Don Bob
    • Replies: @Jim Don Bob
    @Steve Sailer

    With modern PGMs, if you can see it, you can kill it.

    2) WW2 bombing CEPs were in the thousands of yards not miles. My bad.

  200. @Jack Armstrong
    He should pardon two former American soldiers: 77-year-old William Calley (My Lai) and, posthumously, Louis Till.

    Replies: @but an humble craftsman

    Why?

  201. What crown jewels should Trump declassify on his way out the door?

    What Trump declassifies during his first term is not nearly as important as what he declassifies during his second term.

  202. @Steve Sailer
    @Jim Don Bob

    It took the USAF from 1965 to 1972 to blow up one important rail bridge in North Vietnam. The introduction of smart bombs in 1972 makes it hard for contemporary people to understand just how hard it was before 1972 to hit a precise target.

    Replies: @Jim Don Bob

    With modern PGMs, if you can see it, you can kill it.

    2) WW2 bombing CEPs were in the thousands of yards not miles. My bad.

  203. @Jim Don Bob
    @Another Canadian

    There was NFW the Allies could have bombed Auschwitz which is way down in southern Poland by Slovakia. And even if they could, what should they have bombed? The barracks?

    Most say the rail lines, but WW2 bombing CEP was measured in miles, and rail lines are ridiculously easy to repair.

    Replies: @Steve Sailer, @Another Canadian

    I should have been more precise, not specifically the Auschwitz camp, but the synthetic rubber facility run by IG Farben about 5 miles from the camp. You don’t think allied intelligence services surveilled this facility for bombing? It was only the Reich’s largest post-1940 chemical plant constructed on a greenfield site. As your new president would say, C’mon mannn. I would like to see all that reconnaisance information released, if it does exist.

  204. @The Wild Geese Howard
    @Ganderson

    Dear Penthouse Forum....

    Replies: @ganderson

    “…I am a student at a large midwestern university, I never believed this could have happened to me…”

  205. @Ganderson
    @Reg Cæsar

    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?

    Replies: @Redman, @The Wild Geese Howard, @Jim Don Bob

    Who is cuter, Kristi or Tulsi?

    Either one could eat crackers in my bed. Or both.

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