But first, some site news. Some of you noticed, I’m sure, that the site went AWOL a week ago or so. The blame for that rests entirely with us. Well, the blame for nobody knowing what was going on, that is.
All it was was a site migration of which we had been warned more than amply in advance. If we were in the habit of checking our email as often as we should
, that is. So if it’s any consolation, we were as surprised as anybody else around here. Serves us right.
Other than that, we’ve been busy as per usual, sorry about that.
Not that there is much to report on, except the news that Jimmy the Weasel Comey will skate because of that old “can’t prove intent” canard. No, we’re not in the least surprised either. We had dared hope that maybe this time would be different, that maybe finally some member of the swamp would have to follow the same rules as are applied to the rest of us, but we’d only maintained the barest of hopes at that.
Good thing too, or our disappointment would have been much greater.
Once again we’ve all been reminded that there are two sets of rules, and the true criminals in government only have to follow the “do whatever, nothing will happen to you” set.
Normal people trying to get by honestly, on the other hand, will have the book thrown at them if they as much as think about stepping out of line.
Kurt Schlichter has it right:
Criminal defense attorneys must be dancing around the courtrooms today because they know that many prospective jurors are never going to believe anything an FBI agent says on the stand.
Thanks Comey, McCabe, etc.
You did this.
You destroyed the FBI's reputation.
— Kurt Schlichter (@KurtSchlichter) August 29, 2019
Now that the FIB have been told that they can do whatever they want with no fear of consequences, they’re sure to continue business as usual.
And we, the people, are sure to treat any evidence provided by the FIB with all of the respect it deserves, which is to say none at all. Good luck with that in front of future jurors.
And all of this thanks to the garbage people of DC, the so-called “elite.”
Now we know why Comey didn’t want to prosecute Clinton—he didn’t see a problem mishandling sensitive information. After clearing her, he did it too!
Comey, like Clinton, thinks he’s above the law.
— Rep. Jim Jordan (@Jim_Jordan) August 29, 2019
And the “law”, in the form of the Dept. of “Justice” just proved both of them right, Mr. Jordan.
Sure looks like the deep state is going to cover for all their minions don’t it? Just another tool, in their view, to make Trump appear impotent and not worth voting for. My, are they going to be surprised (again). Trump needs another round of house cleaning for 3 letter agencies. Maybe he can find some patriotic constitutional non weasels… Read more »
First, I’ve known about the changes from the Hosting company for weeks, because I DO read my email. :p My site will be switched over eventually. Second, Comey. Barr may not want to charge him with mishandling documents for a simple reason. The US attorney is looking into things a lot worse. Third, The CommuNazis, (Formally known as Democrats), are… Read more »
Trust, once lost, is EXTREMELY difficult to repair!
It’s not like overlords have ever given even the remotest possible fuck over whether or not the peasantry trusts them. Even if they don’t any peasant who dares mention the fact simply gets made example of.
Don’t know about all the rest of you good, sane, normal folks that check in at the Rott periodically, but I for one have reached an absolute limit of tolerance for idiocy, political or otherwise. Have simply no more fucks to give to the MSM in all it’s variations. Have turned off national news, be it TV, Radio or any… Read more »
YOU TAKE THAT BACK!!!! YOU TAKE THAT BACK RIGHT NOW!!!!!
– Lon Horiuchi, Jim Cavanaugh, John Connolly, John Morris
Hate to point out the obvious, Rep. Jordan, but you misspelled “knows”.