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The FBI’s raid on former president Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate — ever so conveniently timed as the White House occupant’s approval numbers sink, the Swamp prepares to shovel a whopping \$5.5 billion in foreign and military aid down the bottomless Ukrainian black hole and the American economy keels over like Biden on a bike — gives us a national teachable moment.

Armies of MAGA supporters who had never previously been engaged in politics are only now beginning to fathom the depths of corruption in the bowels of the (In)Justice Department. Cries of “banana republic,” “Stasi” and “Gestapo” flooded conservative social media channels on Monday night. But a weaponized goon squad of armed and unaccountable Feds Behaving Incorrigibly is nothing new.

Let us count a few of the FBI’s nefarious ways:

— Since the Jan. 6 Capitol rally, untold numbers of peaceful American citizens and their families have been harassed in their homes over their constitutionally protected exercise of free speech and assembly. As America’s Frontline Doctors founder Dr. Simone Gold told me in March 2021 after 20 armed FBI agents broke down her door:

“I was paid a visit by the FBI in a Roger Stone kind of take down moment, which is quite uncalled for. You know, if anybody wanted to get a hold of me, they could have picked up the phone and called. I’m very easy to find. But there were literally twenty guys with guns blazing, (and they) broke down my door.”

The Stanford-trained lawyer and Chicago Medical School-trained doctor’s “crime”? Following a crowd that was waved into the Capitol by none other than the Capitol police to deliver a speech on medical freedom that was forced to relocate to National Statuary Hall when chaos broke out. Following the terrifying FBI raid of her family’s home, Gold was sentenced in June to a 60-day prison term and fined \$9,500. Her warning to my viewers and me last spring resonates like a clarion trumpet in light of the FBI Mar-a-Lago raid:

“I’m telling you, America, this can happen to you.”

— Remember: Before Biden Attorney General Merrick Garland dispatched his jackboots to Mar-a-Lago, he launched a vindictive crusade against grassroots parents who revolted against anti-white critical race theory and “social emotional learning” claptrap in K-12 public schools across the country last fall. Garland’s infamous Oct. 4, 2021, memorandum framed peaceful school board protests as a national security threat. Garland vowed to use his “authority and resources to discourage these threats, identify them when they occur, and prosecute them when appropriate.”

ORDER IT NOW

In May, FBI whistleblowers revealed to House Republicans that the agency had created “threat tags” on FBI investigations into parents and local GOP officials “in almost every region of the country” who publicly opposed school vaccine and mask mandates. Well-versed in the FBI’s information suppression tactics, Judicial Watch filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit for all FBI records related to the Garland witch-hunt memo, which the attorney general himself testified he crafted after the Biden simps in charge of the National School Board Association released a letter labeling conservative parents as “domestic terrorists.”

Garland testified that he based his memorandum off of a since-retracted letter from the National School Board Association that labeled parents as “domestic terrorists.” The National School Boards Association later issued an apology for the letter. No apology has been forthcoming from the DOJ, which refuses to cough up the FBI records sought by Judicial Watch. Judicial Watch attorney Ramona Cotca told me on Tuesday that “the FBI conducted a very narrow search, and it is no surprise that the search did not produce any responsive records. We notified DOJ that Judicial Watch challenges the search and we are waiting to hear if it will undertake a reasonable search or whether we will move to briefing. Our next court filing is due Aug. 26.”

— Cover-ups are embedded in the FBI’s DNA, of course. Delve into the FBI’s murderous history of the Waco massacre, its destruction of evidence in the Ruby Ridge case, its wanton abuses and “flagrant misconduct” (in the words of federal judge Gloria Navarro) in the Bundy Ranch standoff, and its ongoing attempts to suppress the truth about the Oklahoma City bombing and stymie Utah attorney Jesse Trentadue’s FOIA lawsuit against both the FBI and CIA dating back to 2006.

Instigation is another trademark FBI goon-squad tactic. It was at the heart of the Patriot Conspiracy (PATCON) scheme at the center of Trentadue’s Oklahoma City bombing FOIA lawsuit. Fed infiltration and incitement also marked the Counter Intelligence Program (COINTELPRO) of the 1960s and 1970s; multiple Islamic terror plots in the late 1990s and through the 2000s; the manufacturing of the politically timed “right-wing” plot by “rogue,” career-driven FBI agents to kidnap Democrat Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer (which led to two acquittals and two mistrials) just one month before the 2020 presidential election; and yes, the FBI-Dem-Biden-weaponized Jan. 6 “insurrection.”

If you ain’t questioning the timing, you ain’t paying attention to the real enemies within.

Michelle Malkin’s email address is [email protected]

 
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  1. If you ain’t questioning the timing, you ain’t paying attention to the real enemies within.

    Okay, time for a question.

    Why did Mrs. Malkin just now notice

    the Swamp prepar[ing] to shovel a[nother] whopping \$5.5 billion in foreign and military aid down the bottomless Ukrainian black hole[?]

    • Agree: Realist
  2. Since the Jan. 6 Capitol rally, untold numbers of peaceful American citizens and their families have been harassed in their homes over their constitutionally protected exercise of free speech and assembly.

    Since when?

    The New York Times, American Civil Liberties Union, anti-Bush protesters and Muslim activists are all apoplectic over the FBI’s efforts to prevent violence and terrorism. Agents are — gasp — knocking on doors and asking questions. Based on these basic intelligence-gathering actions, the civil liberties alarmists are convinced that the constitutional sky is falling.

    On Monday, the Times published a front-page story that painted FBI agents as jack-booted thugs bent on scaring the pants off of innocent, do-gooder college kids. A Tuesday Times editorial bemoaned how “(s)ix investigators recently descended on Sarah Bardwell, a 21-year-old intern with a Denver antiwar group, who quite reasonably took away the message that the government was watching her closely.” The editorialists concluded: “The knock on the door from government investigators asking about political activities is the stuff of totalitarian regimes.”

    Oh, give me a break. Getting shocked with cattle prods for practicing one’s faith is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Getting locked up in an iron maiden for losing a soccer match is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Answering a few questions about possible domestic terrorism is the stuff of responsible citizenship…

    “The Left’s War on the FBI,” Michelle Malkin (August 18, 2004)

    • Replies: @animalogic
    @Greta Handel

    “(s)ix investigators recently descended on Sarah Bardwell, a 21-year-old intern with a Denver antiwar group, who quite reasonably took away "the message that the government was watching her closely.”

    "Oh, give me a break. Getting shocked with cattle prods for practicing one’s faith is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Getting locked up in an iron maiden for losing a soccer match is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Answering a few questions about possible domestic terrorism is the stuff of responsible citizenship…"
    Oh give me a break! Possible domestic terrorism?
    For merely being an intern in an anti-war group? Again give me a break. Terrorism?
    Being anti war is indicative of terrorism?
    Oh & all your blah blah about what is real totalitarianism ?
    You actually think that the US doesn't already engage in such practices & worse?
    The best I can say is you have allowed your attention to wander.....

  3. This is the first time the Regime Police (FBI, that is) has been used to suppress the campaign of an ex-President. However, as Mrs. Malkin I’m sure knows too, this Feral Gov’t Banana-Republicanism started long ago. It’s just becoming ripe now.

    It’s been almost 30 years since the US Government gassed and burned 70-odd people outside Waco, Texas for their crime of wanting to be left alone. As with the story of Simone Gold here, people noted at the time that David Koresh could have been questioned or detained while in downtown Waco some time, mailing a letter or what-have-you. No, that’s not the way the Potomac Regime acts – they like “shock and awe” instead. One day not so long from now, the people won’t put up with it, and some State minions will get shock and awe at the doorway.

    The thing about Donald Trump is that he’s a bullshitter, he doesn’t make good strategic plans, he hires Swamp creatures to “drain the swamp”, and he’s got a big ego and petty vindictiveness* to him. I’d much rather see Federalist and fighter Ron DeSantis become the next President. However, Donald Trump has become the de facto rallying point for Americans who are against the Deep State and the Potomac Regime. That’s why the Regime is out to suppress him.

    .

    * The biggest example I know is President Trump’s derailing of A-rated immigration patriot Jeff Sessions candidacy for Alabama Senate, after the A.G. feud, like a scorned 14 y/o schoolgirl.

    • Agree: Emslander, Adam Smith, Rich
    • Replies: @Emslander
    @Achmed E. Newman


    One day not so long from now, the people won’t put up with it, and some State minions will get shock and awe at the doorway.
     
    I think it happens occasionally already and is billed by the media as "a mentally disturbed man with several weapons has locked himself into his home while agents play a waiting game" etc.

    If they said what it really was, it might get popular.
    , @KenH
    @Achmed E. Newman


    The biggest example I know is President Trump’s derailing of A-rated immigration patriot Jeff Sessions candidacy for Alabama Senate, after the A.G. feud, like a scorned 14 y/o schoolgirl.
     
    And he just killed Mo Brooks's Senate campaign. Mo was as good as Jeff Sessions on immigration if not better. But since he made the mistake of saying that Republicans need to also look forward and can't focus solely on the 2020 election Trump turned on him and endorsed RINO Kate Britt who just won the primary.

    Now Brooks can't even run for re-election in the House since this marks his second loss in the Senate primaries. Thanks Trump! Trump can't get out of his own damn way sometimes.
  4. I should also have mentioned that this is another great column by an American patriot and real fighter. We’ve got to watch out for, and support each other at this time.

    After saying that, could I ask the commenter Greta Handel, who obviously has mostly the same view, to please STFU about the Michelle Malkin and the Ukraine now?

    • Replies: @Liberty Mike
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Your request would be more appropriate if Ms. Malkin unconditionally, unambiguously, and unequivocally repudiated her cheerleading for the WOT. She was a propagandist and polemicist for the regime who took delight at ridiculing those who correctly identified the likes of 43 and Rummy and Cheney as fiends.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    , @Chris Mallory
    @Achmed E. Newman


    American patriot
     

    Michelle Malkin
     
    Malkin is a Filipino, not an American.

    Replies: @Rocko

    , @Cowboy
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Stop already. The subject was educated at Oberlin. Her Jew husband works for Rand. Her Neo con credentials are verified. Get your shit together Newman ! Fucking Asshole.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  5. @Greta Handel

    Since the Jan. 6 Capitol rally, untold numbers of peaceful American citizens and their families have been harassed in their homes over their constitutionally protected exercise of free speech and assembly.
     
    Since when?

    The New York Times, American Civil Liberties Union, anti-Bush protesters and Muslim activists are all apoplectic over the FBI’s efforts to prevent violence and terrorism. Agents are — gasp — knocking on doors and asking questions. Based on these basic intelligence-gathering actions, the civil liberties alarmists are convinced that the constitutional sky is falling.

    On Monday, the Times published a front-page story that painted FBI agents as jack-booted thugs bent on scaring the pants off of innocent, do-gooder college kids. A Tuesday Times editorial bemoaned how “(s)ix investigators recently descended on Sarah Bardwell, a 21-year-old intern with a Denver antiwar group, who quite reasonably took away the message that the government was watching her closely.” The editorialists concluded: “The knock on the door from government investigators asking about political activities is the stuff of totalitarian regimes.”

    Oh, give me a break. Getting shocked with cattle prods for practicing one’s faith is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Getting locked up in an iron maiden for losing a soccer match is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Answering a few questions about possible domestic terrorism is the stuff of responsible citizenship…
     
    “The Left’s War on the FBI,” Michelle Malkin (August 18, 2004)

    Replies: @animalogic

    “(s)ix investigators recently descended on Sarah Bardwell, a 21-year-old intern with a Denver antiwar group, who quite reasonably took away “the message that the government was watching her closely.”

    “Oh, give me a break. Getting shocked with cattle prods for practicing one’s faith is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Getting locked up in an iron maiden for losing a soccer match is the “stuff of totalitarian regimes.” Answering a few questions about possible domestic terrorism is the stuff of responsible citizenship…”
    Oh give me a break! Possible domestic terrorism?
    For merely being an intern in an anti-war group? Again give me a break. Terrorism?
    Being anti war is indicative of terrorism?
    Oh & all your blah blah about what is real totalitarianism ?
    You actually think that the US doesn’t already engage in such practices & worse?
    The best I can say is you have allowed your attention to wander…..

  6. @Achmed E. Newman
    This is the first time the Regime Police (FBI, that is) has been used to suppress the campaign of an ex-President. However, as Mrs. Malkin I'm sure knows too, this Feral Gov't Banana-Republicanism started long ago. It's just becoming ripe now.

    It's been almost 30 years since the US Government gassed and burned 70-odd people outside Waco, Texas for their crime of wanting to be left alone. As with the story of Simone Gold here, people noted at the time that David Koresh could have been questioned or detained while in downtown Waco some time, mailing a letter or what-have-you. No, that's not the way the Potomac Regime acts - they like "shock and awe" instead. One day not so long from now, the people won't put up with it, and some State minions will get shock and awe at the doorway.

    The thing about Donald Trump is that he's a bullshitter, he doesn't make good strategic plans, he hires Swamp creatures to "drain the swamp", and he's got a big ego and petty vindictiveness* to him. I'd much rather see Federalist and fighter Ron DeSantis become the next President. However, Donald Trump has become the de facto rallying point for Americans who are against the Deep State and the Potomac Regime. That's why the Regime is out to suppress him.

    .

    * The biggest example I know is President Trump's derailing of A-rated immigration patriot Jeff Sessions candidacy for Alabama Senate, after the A.G. feud, like a scorned 14 y/o schoolgirl.

    Replies: @Emslander, @KenH

    One day not so long from now, the people won’t put up with it, and some State minions will get shock and awe at the doorway.

    I think it happens occasionally already and is billed by the media as “a mentally disturbed man with several weapons has locked himself into his home while agents play a waiting game” etc.

    If they said what it really was, it might get popular.

    • Agree: Achmed E. Newman
  7. FBI: Feds Behaving Incorrigibly

    This has been going on for decades.

  8. We always need to remember its not law breaking when done by conservatives and Republicans. All the folks occupying the US capital on January 6? Sight seeing. Just tourists. Tourists always lift computers from the house speakers office. Its a souvenir. Tourists always play with the speaker’s gavel. Tourists always walk around everywhere in the capital because it is public property after all.

    Oklahoma City? Plainly that federal building was poorly constructed if that tiny bomb knocked it down. We need to investigate the union labor used to build it.

    We can go on and on with all those small problems.

    What is most amazing is that every time you start a conversation about sensible gun bans, all the 2nd Amendment types promise they will never surrender their guns.

    What comes out is that conservatives are law breakers at heart. They will always follow their own rules. And they wonder why they so often pique the curiosity of the FBI.

    • Troll: Legba, Robert Dolan
  9. @Achmed E. Newman
    This is the first time the Regime Police (FBI, that is) has been used to suppress the campaign of an ex-President. However, as Mrs. Malkin I'm sure knows too, this Feral Gov't Banana-Republicanism started long ago. It's just becoming ripe now.

    It's been almost 30 years since the US Government gassed and burned 70-odd people outside Waco, Texas for their crime of wanting to be left alone. As with the story of Simone Gold here, people noted at the time that David Koresh could have been questioned or detained while in downtown Waco some time, mailing a letter or what-have-you. No, that's not the way the Potomac Regime acts - they like "shock and awe" instead. One day not so long from now, the people won't put up with it, and some State minions will get shock and awe at the doorway.

    The thing about Donald Trump is that he's a bullshitter, he doesn't make good strategic plans, he hires Swamp creatures to "drain the swamp", and he's got a big ego and petty vindictiveness* to him. I'd much rather see Federalist and fighter Ron DeSantis become the next President. However, Donald Trump has become the de facto rallying point for Americans who are against the Deep State and the Potomac Regime. That's why the Regime is out to suppress him.

    .

    * The biggest example I know is President Trump's derailing of A-rated immigration patriot Jeff Sessions candidacy for Alabama Senate, after the A.G. feud, like a scorned 14 y/o schoolgirl.

    Replies: @Emslander, @KenH

    The biggest example I know is President Trump’s derailing of A-rated immigration patriot Jeff Sessions candidacy for Alabama Senate, after the A.G. feud, like a scorned 14 y/o schoolgirl.

    And he just killed Mo Brooks’s Senate campaign. Mo was as good as Jeff Sessions on immigration if not better. But since he made the mistake of saying that Republicans need to also look forward and can’t focus solely on the 2020 election Trump turned on him and endorsed RINO Kate Britt who just won the primary.

    Now Brooks can’t even run for re-election in the House since this marks his second loss in the Senate primaries. Thanks Trump! Trump can’t get out of his own damn way sometimes.

    • Agree: Rich
  10. @Achmed E. Newman
    I should also have mentioned that this is another great column by an American patriot and real fighter. We've got to watch out for, and support each other at this time.

    After saying that, could I ask the commenter Greta Handel, who obviously has mostly the same view, to please STFU about the Michelle Malkin and the Ukraine now?

    Replies: @Liberty Mike, @Chris Mallory, @Cowboy

    Your request would be more appropriate if Ms. Malkin unconditionally, unambiguously, and unequivocally repudiated her cheerleading for the WOT. She was a propagandist and polemicist for the regime who took delight at ridiculing those who correctly identified the likes of 43 and Rummy and Cheney as fiends.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @Liberty Mike

    And in light of today’s column, that apology should include her tongue bathing of the FBI. See #2.

    Replies: @KenH

  11. “The best I can say is you have allowed your attention to wander…..”

    Could not have put it better myself.

  12. @Liberty Mike
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Your request would be more appropriate if Ms. Malkin unconditionally, unambiguously, and unequivocally repudiated her cheerleading for the WOT. She was a propagandist and polemicist for the regime who took delight at ridiculing those who correctly identified the likes of 43 and Rummy and Cheney as fiends.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    And in light of today’s column, that apology should include her tongue bathing of the FBI. See #2.

    • Agree: Liberty Mike
    • Replies: @KenH
    @Greta Handel


    The New York Times, American Civil Liberties Union, anti-Bush protesters and Muslim activists are all apoplectic over the FBI’s efforts to prevent violence and terrorism.
     
    If you're saying that Michell Malkin is a hypocrite then so is the NYT, ACLU, ADL, and Muslim activists mentioned in the article you found as well as the left in general since they are all cheering the DOiJ and FBI's current war on white America and any white person to the right of Hussein Obama. So much for those lofty civil liberties principles that each claims to support.

    In fact, the ACLU won't even represent anyone with right wing beliefs after the 2017 Charlottesville rally and some major newspapers and watchdog groups have argued for the rescission of legal protections and constitutional rights for all white people who don't hate themselves.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

  13. It’s time – past time – to shut the FBI down. There is NO authority for it in our Constitution. They have shown they are willing Gestapo-like abusers of people’s rights, and that their powers can and will be used against a regime’s political enemies. And you thought “we vass chust following orders” was a valid defense?

    Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren’t any, apparently.

    • Replies: @Face_The_Truth
    @Not Chicken Little

    Not Chicken Little says: "It’s time – past time – to shut the FBI down."


    Face_The_Truth writes:

    Where to begin?

    The Bureau acts as the enforcement arm of the U.S. Dept. Of Justice; so, there is no reason for shutting the Bureau.

    Not Chicken Little says: "There is NO authority for it in our Constitution."

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    American Constitution does not require Federal govt. to send billions of dollars to Ukraine either.

    The U.S. Constitution is a written document that has been amended multiple times and two-third majority of American elected politicians can amend it again.


    Not Chicken Little says: "They have shown they are willing Gestapo-like abusers of people’s rights, and that their powers can and will be used against a regime’s political enemies."

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    Using law against the political enemies is a universal tactic, which is utilized by any democratically elected govt. at a given opportunity.

    That's why Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill famously said: Democracy is the worst form of government except for all those others that have been tried.

    However, let's face the truth here.

    America has over 350 million people living in its territories and the Bureau is only after a few thousands at best.

    So, more than 99.99% of American population are never affected by the Bureau.

    Plus, former president Trump the Swindler apparently violated legal statutes by removing unauthorized materials or even flushing govt. documents down the toilet.

    So, the Bureau is not acting improperly by raiding former president's property for substantiating any possible incriminating evidence for any legal action from the U.S. Dept. Of Justice.

    Not Chicken Little says: "And you thought 'we vass chust following orders' was a valid defense?"

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    The Bureau is using warrant(s) from Federal judge(s) as well as following orders of the U.S. Dept. Of Justice and, therefore, the Bureau does not have to defend anything here.


    Not Chicken Little says: "Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren’t any, apparently."

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    Upon being elected to the White House in 2016, Trump the Swindler did not ask the then FBI-Director to root-out any existing corruption inside the Bureau, rather fervently asked whether the then FBI-Director was willing to carry on Trump the Swindler's shenanigans!

    So, defending Trump the Swindler in this latest instance for any procedural action taken by the Bureau is futile.

    Trump the Swindler is an indefensible con-man who should be prosecuted to the fullest extant of the law that is in the books.

    , @SafeNow
    @Not Chicken Little


    Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren’t any, apparently.
     
    Agreed, loss of salaries and pensions. But maybe one should add to that the U.S. Liberty “or worse” factor. (when the crew of Liberty was told to remain silent about what happened that day, they were told that speaking out could result in loss of benefits, “or worse.” Similar examples exist.

    Anyway, even if a few whistle blowers emerged, imagine how easy it would be to besmirch their testimony - - disgruntled, paranoid, whatever. 238 witnesses saw a missile rise up to strike flight 800 but yet the testimony of the 238 was besmirched so imagine how easily a small handful of agents could be countered.

    Point of no return. No path to reverse it.

  14. The right doesn’t understand power, but the left does.

  15. Wave goodbye to the Republic and stop chanting 2024! Because by then, there will be nothing left to save.

  16. @Greta Handel
    @Liberty Mike

    And in light of today’s column, that apology should include her tongue bathing of the FBI. See #2.

    Replies: @KenH

    The New York Times, American Civil Liberties Union, anti-Bush protesters and Muslim activists are all apoplectic over the FBI’s efforts to prevent violence and terrorism.

    If you’re saying that Michell Malkin is a hypocrite then so is the NYT, ACLU, ADL, and Muslim activists mentioned in the article you found as well as the left in general since they are all cheering the DOiJ and FBI’s current war on white America and any white person to the right of Hussein Obama. So much for those lofty civil liberties principles that each claims to support.

    In fact, the ACLU won’t even represent anyone with right wing beliefs after the 2017 Charlottesville rally and some major newspapers and watchdog groups have argued for the rescission of legal protections and constitutional rights for all white people who don’t hate themselves.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @KenH


    If you’re saying that Michell Malkin is a hypocrite
     
    Yes, that’s what I’m saying. Because, yes, that’s what she is. As irrefutably demonstrated with her disgusting “article [I] found” on this website in about two minutes using FBI with the Search tool.

    None of which is altered by the hypocrisy of “the left in general.” Do you consider that an argument?

    Replies: @KenH

  17. anonymous[325] • Disclaimer says:

    I have to wonder if the two failures of Merrick Garland to attain a supreme court seat has something to do with his penchant towards corruption these days? Whatever the case four (including Roberts) reprobates on the court are enough.
    So one has to ask, does the word ‘revenge’ enter into the equation? Knowing how democrats are guided by, instead of common sense, their emotions, I’m sure it does.

    • Replies: @anarchyst
    @anonymous

    There is precedence.
    A criminal type who was passed over for FBI director took down President Nixon. Mark Felt was "Deep Throat" in the Watergate "scandal". When Nixon appointed L. Patrick Gray to be the FBI director instead of Mark Felt, all bets were off.
    Garfinkle being passed over for the supreme court did the same thing...
    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

  18. @Not Chicken Little
    It's time - past time - to shut the FBI down. There is NO authority for it in our Constitution. They have shown they are willing Gestapo-like abusers of people's rights, and that their powers can and will be used against a regime's political enemies. And you thought "we vass chust following orders" was a valid defense?

    Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren't any, apparently.

    Replies: @Face_The_Truth, @SafeNow

    Not Chicken Little says: “It’s time – past time – to shut the FBI down.”

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    Where to begin?

    The Bureau acts as the enforcement arm of the U.S. Dept. Of Justice; so, there is no reason for shutting the Bureau.

    Not Chicken Little says: “There is NO authority for it in our Constitution.”

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    American Constitution does not require Federal govt. to send billions of dollars to Ukraine either.

    The U.S. Constitution is a written document that has been amended multiple times and two-third majority of American elected politicians can amend it again.

    Not Chicken Little says: “They have shown they are willing Gestapo-like abusers of people’s rights, and that their powers can and will be used against a regime’s political enemies.”

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    Using law against the political enemies is a universal tactic, which is utilized by any democratically elected govt. at a given opportunity.

    That’s why Sir Winston Leonard Spencer-Churchill famously said: Democracy is the worst form of government except for all those others that have been tried.

    However, let’s face the truth here.

    America has over 350 million people living in its territories and the Bureau is only after a few thousands at best.

    So, more than 99.99% of American population are never affected by the Bureau.

    Plus, former president Trump the Swindler apparently violated legal statutes by removing unauthorized materials or even flushing govt. documents down the toilet.

    So, the Bureau is not acting improperly by raiding former president’s property for substantiating any possible incriminating evidence for any legal action from the U.S. Dept. Of Justice.

    Not Chicken Little says: “And you thought ‘we vass chust following orders’ was a valid defense?”

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    The Bureau is using warrant(s) from Federal judge(s) as well as following orders of the U.S. Dept. Of Justice and, therefore, the Bureau does not have to defend anything here.

    Not Chicken Little says: “Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren’t any, apparently.”

    Face_The_Truth writes:

    Upon being elected to the White House in 2016, Trump the Swindler did not ask the then FBI-Director to root-out any existing corruption inside the Bureau, rather fervently asked whether the then FBI-Director was willing to carry on Trump the Swindler’s shenanigans!

    So, defending Trump the Swindler in this latest instance for any procedural action taken by the Bureau is futile.

    Trump the Swindler is an indefensible con-man who should be prosecuted to the fullest extant of the law that is in the books.

    • Troll: anarchyst
  19. @Achmed E. Newman
    I should also have mentioned that this is another great column by an American patriot and real fighter. We've got to watch out for, and support each other at this time.

    After saying that, could I ask the commenter Greta Handel, who obviously has mostly the same view, to please STFU about the Michelle Malkin and the Ukraine now?

    Replies: @Liberty Mike, @Chris Mallory, @Cowboy

    American patriot

    Michelle Malkin

    Malkin is a Filipino, not an American.

    • Replies: @Rocko
    @Chris Mallory

    And you're a filthy Mick hick

  20. @Not Chicken Little
    It's time - past time - to shut the FBI down. There is NO authority for it in our Constitution. They have shown they are willing Gestapo-like abusers of people's rights, and that their powers can and will be used against a regime's political enemies. And you thought "we vass chust following orders" was a valid defense?

    Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren't any, apparently.

    Replies: @Face_The_Truth, @SafeNow

    Where are all the whistle blowers in the FBI who have integrity and who value our Constitution and doing the right thing, over their salaries and pensions? There aren’t any, apparently.

    Agreed, loss of salaries and pensions. But maybe one should add to that the U.S. Liberty “or worse” factor. (when the crew of Liberty was told to remain silent about what happened that day, they were told that speaking out could result in loss of benefits, “or worse.” Similar examples exist.

    Anyway, even if a few whistle blowers emerged, imagine how easy it would be to besmirch their testimony – – disgruntled, paranoid, whatever. 238 witnesses saw a missile rise up to strike flight 800 but yet the testimony of the 238 was besmirched so imagine how easily a small handful of agents could be countered.

    Point of no return. No path to reverse it.

  21. @KenH
    @Greta Handel


    The New York Times, American Civil Liberties Union, anti-Bush protesters and Muslim activists are all apoplectic over the FBI’s efforts to prevent violence and terrorism.
     
    If you're saying that Michell Malkin is a hypocrite then so is the NYT, ACLU, ADL, and Muslim activists mentioned in the article you found as well as the left in general since they are all cheering the DOiJ and FBI's current war on white America and any white person to the right of Hussein Obama. So much for those lofty civil liberties principles that each claims to support.

    In fact, the ACLU won't even represent anyone with right wing beliefs after the 2017 Charlottesville rally and some major newspapers and watchdog groups have argued for the rescission of legal protections and constitutional rights for all white people who don't hate themselves.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    If you’re saying that Michell Malkin is a hypocrite

    Yes, that’s what I’m saying. Because, yes, that’s what she is. As irrefutably demonstrated with her disgusting “article [I] found” on this website in about two minutes using FBI with the Search tool.

    None of which is altered by the hypocrisy of “the left in general.” Do you consider that an argument?

    • Replies: @KenH
    @Greta Handel

    Malkin wrote those words 18yrs ago.

    The FBI isn't just talking to Jan. 6ers as they were to anti-war leftists and Muslims. They are subjecting them to military style raids, hostile questioning, threats, jailing them for misdemeanors, holding them without bail, bankrupting them and placing some on the no fly list or the TSA list subjecting them to highly intrusive "screening" before boarding a flight.

    What they just did to Donald Trump was unprecedented.

    During the 'war on terror" the media, DOJ and FBI didn't cast anti-war leftists and Muslims as the top domestic terror threat in the nation bar none as is being done to right of center white Americans. In fact we were told repeatedly that the vast majority of Muslim are really great people and only a tiny number are potential terrorists. Right of center white people are given no such consideration and all of us are suspect, potentially violent and should be subjected to summary arrest in the eyes of the media and government.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Greta Handel

  22. @anonymous
    I have to wonder if the two failures of Merrick Garland to attain a supreme court seat has something to do with his penchant towards corruption these days? Whatever the case four (including Roberts) reprobates on the court are enough.
    So one has to ask, does the word 'revenge' enter into the equation? Knowing how democrats are guided by, instead of common sense, their emotions, I'm sure it does.

    Replies: @anarchyst

    There is precedence.
    A criminal type who was passed over for FBI director took down President Nixon. Mark Felt was “Deep Throat” in the Watergate “scandal”. When Nixon appointed L. Patrick Gray to be the FBI director instead of Mark Felt, all bets were off.
    Garfinkle being passed over for the supreme court did the same thing…
    The more things change, the more they stay the same.

  23. It’s been reported by a former DOJ prosecutor that AG Garland ordered the Raid of Trump’s residence at Mar a Lago because a grand jury is being organized examining Trump and his role during the 1/6 event or anything else the FBI search might uncover. If that’s the case, the Dem/DOJ/MSM power will hang this Grand Jury on Trump for the entirety of the 2024 presidential campaign. It’s possible the Republican leadership will now have the excuse to look elsewhere for a presidential candidate. A legal counteroffensive has to be activated immediately.

  24. @Greta Handel
    @KenH


    If you’re saying that Michell Malkin is a hypocrite
     
    Yes, that’s what I’m saying. Because, yes, that’s what she is. As irrefutably demonstrated with her disgusting “article [I] found” on this website in about two minutes using FBI with the Search tool.

    None of which is altered by the hypocrisy of “the left in general.” Do you consider that an argument?

    Replies: @KenH

    Malkin wrote those words 18yrs ago.

    The FBI isn’t just talking to Jan. 6ers as they were to anti-war leftists and Muslims. They are subjecting them to military style raids, hostile questioning, threats, jailing them for misdemeanors, holding them without bail, bankrupting them and placing some on the no fly list or the TSA list subjecting them to highly intrusive “screening” before boarding a flight.

    What they just did to Donald Trump was unprecedented.

    During the ‘war on terror” the media, DOJ and FBI didn’t cast anti-war leftists and Muslims as the top domestic terror threat in the nation bar none as is being done to right of center white Americans. In fact we were told repeatedly that the vast majority of Muslim are really great people and only a tiny number are potential terrorists. Right of center white people are given no such consideration and all of us are suspect, potentially violent and should be subjected to summary arrest in the eyes of the media and government.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @KenH

    Thanks, Ken. Greta and Cowboy just have bugs up their asses. I don't know how they think bringing up 20 y/o columns, even when/if they were Neocon-slanted, are helping US out NOW. It's not like any of us didn't have things to learn as we gained experience*.

    Mrs. Malkin does a lot for this country, while these 2 bitchers keep coming on here wasting time for everyone.

    .

    * In this regard, I note that Michelle Malkin may have a slightly different attitude about the "men in blue" during the last couple(?) of years since her experience at that rally in Colorado. I'm not gonna keep bringing it up, as I think she gained experience from this. It's the people that learn nothing that are the problem. Ron Unz and his total unawareness of the Kung Flu PanicFest is a good example. He intends on learning nothing in this regard.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    , @Greta Handel
    @KenH


    Malkin wrote those words 18yrs ago.
     
    Yet to this day neither of you has renounced them.

    Instead, the rest of your rationalizing comment confirms that KenH, at least, stands by them.

  25. @Achmed E. Newman
    I should also have mentioned that this is another great column by an American patriot and real fighter. We've got to watch out for, and support each other at this time.

    After saying that, could I ask the commenter Greta Handel, who obviously has mostly the same view, to please STFU about the Michelle Malkin and the Ukraine now?

    Replies: @Liberty Mike, @Chris Mallory, @Cowboy

    Stop already. The subject was educated at Oberlin. Her Jew husband works for Rand. Her Neo con credentials are verified. Get your shit together Newman ! Fucking Asshole.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Cowboy

    Michelle Malkin takes real action and puts her career and safety on the line to support the historic American nation, while Cowboy here thinks cussing people out on the internet is being a hero.

    Right. You're my hero, Cowboy!

    Replies: @Cowboy

  26. @Cowboy
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Stop already. The subject was educated at Oberlin. Her Jew husband works for Rand. Her Neo con credentials are verified. Get your shit together Newman ! Fucking Asshole.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Michelle Malkin takes real action and puts her career and safety on the line to support the historic American nation, while Cowboy here thinks cussing people out on the internet is being a hero.

    Right. You’re my hero, Cowboy!

    • Replies: @Cowboy
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Give me a break. If someone puts themselves out as a public intellectual and milks that position for personal wealth then they better be ready to take some shots. When she publishes her St Augustine style retractions then I'll be ready to forgive her for cheerleading for the criminal GWBush.

    BTW, since you apparently believe yourself to be some sort of public intellectual, what's your real name? That's what I thought.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  27. @KenH
    @Greta Handel

    Malkin wrote those words 18yrs ago.

    The FBI isn't just talking to Jan. 6ers as they were to anti-war leftists and Muslims. They are subjecting them to military style raids, hostile questioning, threats, jailing them for misdemeanors, holding them without bail, bankrupting them and placing some on the no fly list or the TSA list subjecting them to highly intrusive "screening" before boarding a flight.

    What they just did to Donald Trump was unprecedented.

    During the 'war on terror" the media, DOJ and FBI didn't cast anti-war leftists and Muslims as the top domestic terror threat in the nation bar none as is being done to right of center white Americans. In fact we were told repeatedly that the vast majority of Muslim are really great people and only a tiny number are potential terrorists. Right of center white people are given no such consideration and all of us are suspect, potentially violent and should be subjected to summary arrest in the eyes of the media and government.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Greta Handel

    Thanks, Ken. Greta and Cowboy just have bugs up their asses. I don’t know how they think bringing up 20 y/o columns, even when/if they were Neocon-slanted, are helping US out NOW. It’s not like any of us didn’t have things to learn as we gained experience*.

    Mrs. Malkin does a lot for this country, while these 2 bitchers keep coming on here wasting time for everyone.

    .

    * In this regard, I note that Michelle Malkin may have a slightly different attitude about the “men in blue” during the last couple(?) of years since her experience at that rally in Colorado. I’m not gonna keep bringing it up, as I think she gained experience from this. It’s the people that learn nothing that are the problem. Ron Unz and his total unawareness of the Kung Flu PanicFest is a good example. He intends on learning nothing in this regard.

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @Achmed E. Newman

    #29

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  28. Claims of a vendetta and speculation about planting of evidence are themselves reckless speculation. Trump had ignored a subpoena for two months prior to the search warrant being issued. An attorney for Trump was present during the execution of a court-approved search warrant. It is a national security issue for presidents to remove classified documentation to non-secure location, like Trump’s golf resort. For example, one report from WaPo suggests that the documents being searched for related to nuclear weapons. (The documents Obama took from the White House were authorized by the National Archives and Records Administration for relocation to his presidential library.) Trump has the right to release the search warrant but hasn’t. The DOJ has filed a motion to release it and the redacted version of the receipt Trump was provided, listing what was removed. Trump publicized the search, not the DOJ. If Republicans are the law-and-order party, why are they sanctioning this law-breaking?

    • LOL: RoatanBill
  29. @KenH
    @Greta Handel

    Malkin wrote those words 18yrs ago.

    The FBI isn't just talking to Jan. 6ers as they were to anti-war leftists and Muslims. They are subjecting them to military style raids, hostile questioning, threats, jailing them for misdemeanors, holding them without bail, bankrupting them and placing some on the no fly list or the TSA list subjecting them to highly intrusive "screening" before boarding a flight.

    What they just did to Donald Trump was unprecedented.

    During the 'war on terror" the media, DOJ and FBI didn't cast anti-war leftists and Muslims as the top domestic terror threat in the nation bar none as is being done to right of center white Americans. In fact we were told repeatedly that the vast majority of Muslim are really great people and only a tiny number are potential terrorists. Right of center white people are given no such consideration and all of us are suspect, potentially violent and should be subjected to summary arrest in the eyes of the media and government.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman, @Greta Handel

    Malkin wrote those words 18yrs ago.

    Yet to this day neither of you has renounced them.

    Instead, the rest of your rationalizing comment confirms that KenH, at least, stands by them.

  30. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Cowboy

    Michelle Malkin takes real action and puts her career and safety on the line to support the historic American nation, while Cowboy here thinks cussing people out on the internet is being a hero.

    Right. You're my hero, Cowboy!

    Replies: @Cowboy

    Give me a break. If someone puts themselves out as a public intellectual and milks that position for personal wealth then they better be ready to take some shots. When she publishes her St Augustine style retractions then I’ll be ready to forgive her for cheerleading for the criminal GWBush.

    BTW, since you apparently believe yourself to be some sort of public intellectual, what’s your real name? That’s what I thought.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Cowboy

    Of course I'm not gonna give out my real name, "Cowboy". I may be an intellectual, but I'm not a public one. I have, at this point, a real job, haha!

    This IS Michelle Malkin's paying job, but then I know you have no idea what she's been doing to fight for the patriots in this country, both locally and nationally (with her column, mostly, on the latter). You are wrong that she is writing just for the money. Michelle Malkin has had national columns for years, and if she wanted to keep in good graces with the Lyin' Press, she would have disavowed VDare, Mr. Fuentes, and lots more of that "crowd" like so many others. Instead she stood up for them, for the truth, and for what's RIGHT.

    You are ignorant about who Michelle Malkin is, so why don't you read more and come back when you can come across as not so much of a dumbass?

    Replies: @Cowboy

  31. @Achmed E. Newman
    @KenH

    Thanks, Ken. Greta and Cowboy just have bugs up their asses. I don't know how they think bringing up 20 y/o columns, even when/if they were Neocon-slanted, are helping US out NOW. It's not like any of us didn't have things to learn as we gained experience*.

    Mrs. Malkin does a lot for this country, while these 2 bitchers keep coming on here wasting time for everyone.

    .

    * In this regard, I note that Michelle Malkin may have a slightly different attitude about the "men in blue" during the last couple(?) of years since her experience at that rally in Colorado. I'm not gonna keep bringing it up, as I think she gained experience from this. It's the people that learn nothing that are the problem. Ron Unz and his total unawareness of the Kung Flu PanicFest is a good example. He intends on learning nothing in this regard.

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    #29

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Greta Handel

    OK, I'm one of the two "neither of you"? I feel no need to denounce anything that's not part of the article in question. That is, unless it's hypocrisy - but hypocrisy is based on some kind of reasonable time-line. As I wrote to Cowboy, it's been a long time, and people do learn.

    As for me, I have never been anything like a Neocon (since, I suppose 32 years back and Gulf War I, I will admit). Since the break-up of the USSR, I have maintained that it's been stupid to continue with NATO, to push the country of no-longer-Communist Russia around and back it into a corner, and more generally, to blow lots of taxpayer money and (just as importantly) the goodwill built up over decades of defending the world from Communism by becoming the true bully of the world.

    However, I don't have a record of writing about it. Stuff from 18 years ago is not relevant to what I read from Michelle Malkin these days. I have criticized the "friends in blue" BS about cops that I've read from pundits, including Mrs. Malkin, more recently. That's why I mentioned in the *footnote to Cowboy that I hope she learned from the Colorado rally in which the cops she supported did nothing to help the patriots. Most care about their pensions more than any future of freedom in the country, but not all.

    One more time, Greta: FOCUS!

    Replies: @Greta Handel

  32. @Greta Handel
    @Achmed E. Newman

    #29

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    OK, I’m one of the two “neither of you”? I feel no need to denounce anything that’s not part of the article in question. That is, unless it’s hypocrisy – but hypocrisy is based on some kind of reasonable time-line. As I wrote to Cowboy, it’s been a long time, and people do learn.

    As for me, I have never been anything like a Neocon (since, I suppose 32 years back and Gulf War I, I will admit). Since the break-up of the USSR, I have maintained that it’s been stupid to continue with NATO, to push the country of no-longer-Communist Russia around and back it into a corner, and more generally, to blow lots of taxpayer money and (just as importantly) the goodwill built up over decades of defending the world from Communism by becoming the true bully of the world.

    However, I don’t have a record of writing about it. Stuff from 18 years ago is not relevant to what I read from Michelle Malkin these days. I have criticized the “friends in blue” BS about cops that I’ve read from pundits, including Mrs. Malkin, more recently. That’s why I mentioned in the *footnote to Cowboy that I hope she learned from the Colorado rally in which the cops she supported did nothing to help the patriots. Most care about their pensions more than any future of freedom in the country, but not all.

    One more time, Greta: FOCUS!

    • Replies: @Greta Handel
    @Achmed E. Newman

    #1

    Replies: @Bro43rd

  33. @Cowboy
    @Achmed E. Newman

    Give me a break. If someone puts themselves out as a public intellectual and milks that position for personal wealth then they better be ready to take some shots. When she publishes her St Augustine style retractions then I'll be ready to forgive her for cheerleading for the criminal GWBush.

    BTW, since you apparently believe yourself to be some sort of public intellectual, what's your real name? That's what I thought.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Of course I’m not gonna give out my real name, “Cowboy”. I may be an intellectual, but I’m not a public one. I have, at this point, a real job, haha!

    This IS Michelle Malkin’s paying job, but then I know you have no idea what she’s been doing to fight for the patriots in this country, both locally and nationally (with her column, mostly, on the latter). You are wrong that she is writing just for the money. Michelle Malkin has had national columns for years, and if she wanted to keep in good graces with the Lyin’ Press, she would have disavowed VDare, Mr. Fuentes, and lots more of that “crowd” like so many others. Instead she stood up for them, for the truth, and for what’s RIGHT.

    You are ignorant about who Michelle Malkin is, so why don’t you read more and come back when you can come across as not so much of a dumbass?

    • Replies: @Cowboy
    @Achmed E. Newman

    What happened with the false piety about cussing on the internet? Apparently typing STFU is so much more moral than typing shut the fuck up. It renders as peak stupidity to me.

    To your credit, OTOH, when it comes to the loudest carnival barker shilling for his website you compete well with RUnz.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

  34. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Cowboy

    Of course I'm not gonna give out my real name, "Cowboy". I may be an intellectual, but I'm not a public one. I have, at this point, a real job, haha!

    This IS Michelle Malkin's paying job, but then I know you have no idea what she's been doing to fight for the patriots in this country, both locally and nationally (with her column, mostly, on the latter). You are wrong that she is writing just for the money. Michelle Malkin has had national columns for years, and if she wanted to keep in good graces with the Lyin' Press, she would have disavowed VDare, Mr. Fuentes, and lots more of that "crowd" like so many others. Instead she stood up for them, for the truth, and for what's RIGHT.

    You are ignorant about who Michelle Malkin is, so why don't you read more and come back when you can come across as not so much of a dumbass?

    Replies: @Cowboy

    What happened with the false piety about cussing on the internet? Apparently typing STFU is so much more moral than typing shut the fuck up. It renders as peak stupidity to me.

    To your credit, OTOH, when it comes to the loudest carnival barker shilling for his website you compete well with RUnz.

    • Replies: @Achmed E. Newman
    @Cowboy

    Ahaa, you finally caught that.

    Well, as to the website, my favorites are iSteve, Mr. Derbyshire, Paul Kersey, and the syndicated columnists Ron Paul and Michelle Malkin. There's a lot of pure stupidity, anti-all-things-American, and flat-out Communism on the site, but that's why I like Ron Unz's idea - he is a true supporter of free speech.

    The reason I'm sick of you two is you keep bringing up very old stuff, when Mrs. Malkin is likely very much on your side (at least for Greta, who I've read more comments from). I have criticized parts of articles from writers I like, but not 18 y/o stuff, just what they've currently got to say. FOCUS!

  35. @Cowboy
    @Achmed E. Newman

    What happened with the false piety about cussing on the internet? Apparently typing STFU is so much more moral than typing shut the fuck up. It renders as peak stupidity to me.

    To your credit, OTOH, when it comes to the loudest carnival barker shilling for his website you compete well with RUnz.

    Replies: @Achmed E. Newman

    Ahaa, you finally caught that.

    Well, as to the website, my favorites are iSteve, Mr. Derbyshire, Paul Kersey, and the syndicated columnists Ron Paul and Michelle Malkin. There’s a lot of pure stupidity, anti-all-things-American, and flat-out Communism on the site, but that’s why I like Ron Unz’s idea – he is a true supporter of free speech.

    The reason I’m sick of you two is you keep bringing up very old stuff, when Mrs. Malkin is likely very much on your side (at least for Greta, who I’ve read more comments from). I have criticized parts of articles from writers I like, but not 18 y/o stuff, just what they’ve currently got to say. FOCUS!

  36. @Achmed E. Newman
    @Greta Handel

    OK, I'm one of the two "neither of you"? I feel no need to denounce anything that's not part of the article in question. That is, unless it's hypocrisy - but hypocrisy is based on some kind of reasonable time-line. As I wrote to Cowboy, it's been a long time, and people do learn.

    As for me, I have never been anything like a Neocon (since, I suppose 32 years back and Gulf War I, I will admit). Since the break-up of the USSR, I have maintained that it's been stupid to continue with NATO, to push the country of no-longer-Communist Russia around and back it into a corner, and more generally, to blow lots of taxpayer money and (just as importantly) the goodwill built up over decades of defending the world from Communism by becoming the true bully of the world.

    However, I don't have a record of writing about it. Stuff from 18 years ago is not relevant to what I read from Michelle Malkin these days. I have criticized the "friends in blue" BS about cops that I've read from pundits, including Mrs. Malkin, more recently. That's why I mentioned in the *footnote to Cowboy that I hope she learned from the Colorado rally in which the cops she supported did nothing to help the patriots. Most care about their pensions more than any future of freedom in the country, but not all.

    One more time, Greta: FOCUS!

    Replies: @Greta Handel

    #1

    • Replies: @Bro43rd
    @Greta Handel

    If yall don't play nice, and this includes you @cowboy & achmed, the teacher is gonna make yall hold hands at recess.

  37. Foolish Buncha Idiots!!!!

  38. The Mar-a-lago raid was a huge blunder by the Bisen administration and the Dems. Not realizing that this could backfire on them and they would pay a huge price. For the thinking americans this behavior is indefensible.

  39. @Greta Handel
    @Achmed E. Newman

    #1

    Replies: @Bro43rd

    If yall don’t play nice, and this includes you @cowboy & achmed, the teacher is gonna make yall hold hands at recess.

  40. @Chris Mallory
    @Achmed E. Newman


    American patriot
     

    Michelle Malkin
     
    Malkin is a Filipino, not an American.

    Replies: @Rocko

    And you’re a filthy Mick hick

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