We didn’t mention it at the time because it was hard for us to type after having punched numerous holes in every drywall we could find (our Imperial Palace now looks like a very large Swiss Cheese. Quite chic, actually), but it looks like the case of the notorious Prozi Prozecutors of Harris County, TX, has taken an unexpected twist.
We are, of course, talking about the case where the fans of infanticide in Harris County (formerly Sodom & Gomorrah) responded to the whistle blower case exposing Planned Infanticide trafficking in baby body parts by indicting the whistle blowers. Because reasons. More specifically one count of using fake ID and one count of trying to purchase human tissue.
Number of indictments against Planned Genocide for breaking federal and state law against the trafficking in human tissue? Zero.
We shouldn’t have been surprised, really, and to tell the truth we weren’t. It is Harris County, after all, and one of the DA’s prosecutors, Lauren Reeder, is, interestingly enough, a Standartenführer for Planned non-Parenthood, Gulf Coast Sonderkommando. But no conflict of interest to see here, of course.
And then David Daleiden, the indictee, went and ruined everything for the local Allgemeine SS:
Harris County prosecutors offered David Daleiden a plea deal. He didn’t take it. Bravo.
Why “bravo?” We’ll let the author explain:
If Daleiden were to go to trial, the videos he made along with Sandra Merritt and the Center for Medical Progress exposing Planned Parenthood’s baby body parts operation would certainly enter into evidence. And they’d be found to be truthful. And Planned Parenthood officials would be subpoenaed to testify at the trial. And they’d be found to be lying.
It’s that simple.
When the Harris County Grand Jury handed down the indictment, I wrote that this could be a huge favor for the pro-life cause. How could they possibly charge someone with attempting to purchase human tissue if there was nobody selling it? Did he force them to offer up the tissue for cash despite their objections and then offer up the video as proof of his crime?
Oops, Harris County and Planned Extermination and All Hours Baby Body Part Warehouse. That didn’t quite play out as you’d planned, did it? He was supposed to take the damn plea deal!
Fuck you, you sick, Nazi fucks. Fuck you with the 76mm barrel of a T-34 wrapped in razor wire and dipped in four alarm chili sauce.
OK, “only” about 40% of precincts reporting, but it looks pretty solid, according to AoSDD:
Bernie Sanders 59,577 votes (–) 60.5%
Hillary Clinton 37,750 votes (-21,827) 38.4%
Other 1,103 votes (-58,474) 1.1%
We don’t envy the Prozi voters. We thought we had it bad with “hold your nose” candidates, but they’re stuck with choosing between Felonious Granny and Cranky Commie. We’re sort of surprised that guy “Other” didn’t pull more of the vote.
What? Is that? Why, we do believe that it is! Behold: The Throbbing, Majestic, Imperial Schadenboner!
Donald Trump 36,236 votes (–) 33.6%
John Kasich 17,951 votes (-18,285) 16.6%
Ted Cruz 12,696 votes (-23,540) 11.8%
Jeb Bush 12,401 votes (-23,835) 11.5%
Marco Rubio 11,433 votes (-24,803) 10.6%
Chris Christie 8,103 votes (-28,133) 7.5%
Carly Fiorina 4,760 votes (-31,476) 4.4%
Ben Carson 2,632 votes (-33,604) 2.4%
Other 1,686 votes (-34,550) 1.6%
Jim Gilmore 58 votes (-36,178) 0.1%
First place isn’t exactly a surprise here, unless you’ve been living under a rock. Which, come to think of it, doesn’t seem all that unappealing to us at this moment.
We are, however, a bit dismayed at Cruz’s weak third place. We’d expected (and hoped for) him to do at least a bit better than that. Still, it’s New Hempshirt, so what it says for the rest of the race is hard to say.
Still, seeing Marco “The Liar” Rubio kicked down to fifth does salve our wounds quite a bit, so we’ll take that.
And it was really nice of Gilmore’s friend to show up and vote for him.
Via LC & IB Bill Quick.
I watched several times the entire NSFW 1:53 clip of Trump calling Ted Cruz a p**sy for having constitutional qualms about waterboarding. It doesn’t get any better when repeated. The thing that most people are talking about is his use of the vulgarity, which is pretty lowlife stuff coming from a man who wants to sit in the Oval Office. But by far the more disturbing thing was that he was calling Cruz this as a way of asserting his own willingness to torture people, and the Constitution be damned.
He was, we believe, repeating a member of the audience’s statement that Cruz was a “pussy” for having doubts about waterboarding. Never mind facts. They’re pesky. Is it unfair? We think it’s a bit harsh ourself, to be honest, but can we dispense with the nonsense about the “un-Constitutionality” of specific interrogation techniques? Does the Constitution cover military interrogations? We think not, but feel free to correct us.
We’re sick and tired of people constantly inventing new and ever more ridiculous Constitutional prohibitions and rights based on whatever point they’re trying to prove.
Diving even deeper into the tank for mindless, globalist utopianism, putting up this load of drivel by one Allan Bourdius:
I’ve got a challenge for you.
“Try to read through the following incandescent bullshit without throwing up.”
Challenge accepted. Reluctantly.
Try to imagine: you and your family are living somewhere the rest of humanity seems to have forgotten. You have no economic prospects, your children can’t get an education, your government controls your entire existence, you either have no private property or your property is valueless, basic living costs can’t be met, and you can’t even get the most basic of items for survival, like clean drinking water. And no, you are not a resident of Flint, Michigan.
Haha. He made a funny. How cute.
Then add in – as is true in many circumstances – you live under the daily threat of death from war, terrorism, sectarian violence, criminal gangs, or subjugation by tyrants who use things like food and water as their means of coercion.
That’s it? No alien invasion? No imminent destruction by the Sweet Meteor of Death? No Hillary Clinton cackles on endless loop?
Ha. Too easy.
Unless you’ve lived it, or seen it with your own eyes, it’s an existence nearly impossible for the average American to envision. What passes for poverty in the United States is a life the impoverished in the rest of the world would see as great comfort. But please try, and then ask yourself this question:
What price or risk of consequence would I not endure to escape a hellish existence and have a better life?
Can’t say. But we can say, based on simple observation of current events, what price the “impoverished in the rest of the world” absolutely won’t endure, and that’s the price of staying at home to get rid of the causes of their misery and build a better future for themselves.
They’d much rather grab their iPhones, Nike Airs and designer sweatshirts and boogie off to Cologne for some impromptu, non-consensual, one-sided “cultural enrichment” with a nice dessert of free bennies, food, medical care and housing.
It’s a simple cost/benefit proposition. If death—or conditions ultimately leading to death—is your daily life, what wouldn’t you risk to have a chance at life?
Not much, but that’s just us. As far as the poor rapefugees are concerned, they’re not quite prepared to risk bugger all.
It’s very easy for us, as people with roofs over our heads, food to eat, water to drink, medicine to cure treatable medical conditions, our children not being impressed into combat service by tyrants, etc. to say, “I’d want to migrate elsewhere and build a better life, but I’d obey the law.”
As somebody who migrated somewhere else to build a better life and obeyed the law to the letter every single step of the way, we’d say “yes, pretty damn easy.” And your point?
Immigration and refugee policy are on the campaign battle lines. Yes, the economic and homeland security policy concerns being raised are serious and must be paid close, considered attention, but…
…you’ll proceed to not pay any attention to that at all. How sweet. A but-monkey. Haven’t seen those around much since the first few years after 9/11.
but the default is to let rhetoric and impractical, pandering solutions that merely try to placate the extreme opposites of opinion trump discussion of what practically can be done to both address the current situation and address the conditions that produce illegal immigration and mass migration.
You, of course, being the final arbiter about what “can be done” and what can’t be done.
It will come as a huge surprise to us all when “what can be done” turns out to be in perfect alignment with what you want to be done, we’re sure.
There are two things I see missing from the discourse on these topics.
The first is reason.
Sayeth the bloviating but-monkey who just opened out with the most cloying and sickening outburst of emotional balderdash we’ve read since… well… forever.
Logically there is no law, no wall, no enforcement effort, no penalty (even death) that will ever outweigh the desire and drive of the impoverished and persecuted to get to the United States or anywhere that offers them a better existence. So long as living conditions elsewhere exceed those where one is, people will come by whatever means they can grasp at, regardless of consequences.
Oh, they’ll keep on wanting to come, but the actual coming is highly dependent upon the kind of, ahem, “welcome” they learn to expect when they come a-knocking, suicide vest and koran in hand.
Want to end illegal immigration once and for all? Destroy our own existence, our own prosperity, our own safety, such that life in the United States is worse than the proverbial hell holes illegal immigrants and refugees currently live in. Do that, and the world will stay home. If you look at life in America versus elsewhere logically, I think you’ll come to the same conclusion.
No. You don’t think. That’s the whole problem.
If you truly believe that liberty is the way, how can you concede that “immigrants” and “refugees” that come here can’t be won by a message of free enterprise, self reliance, personal responsibility, and individual achievement? Unless liberty is a false premise, it is a message that applies to all, regardless of race, nationality, religion, etc.
That’s what passes for “reason” in your head?
No, Allan. Liberty is not a magical potion that just springs into existence at the merest mention of it. Liberty is something that has to come as a desire from within, coupled with the courage, determination and utter disregard for consequences necessary to establish it first and defend it second. Liberty is the end result of a struggle to achieve it, it’s not a magical concept that springs into existence because you click your heels and say the word three times, it’s not an infectious condition that takes over any organism it comes into contact with.
And if you look at the current reality in Europe logically, I think you’ll come to the same conclusion.
Why do so many circumvent our laws to enter? Because their circumstances demand that they can’t wait. Fix the legal immigration system first, and you will necessarily reduce the number of people who will try to enter illegally.
And while we’re at it, let’s legalize rape and watch rape statistics plummet. Why didn’t anybody think of this before???
Border security is important, but a line-in-the-sand of “close the border first” is exactly the position progressives want us to have. They’ll defeat it in the court of public opinion, every time. Outflank them. Change the rules of the game.
You’re not talking about changing the rules of the game. You’re talking about changing the desired outcome. To match the Prozis’ preferred outcome. That way we can’t lose!
People are going to leave places where they are subjugated for greener pastures, period. We will not stop them.
YOU obviously won’t.
The rest of us? Oh, we’ll stop them alright. If we want to. There are many, many ways of stopping somebody. A wall is just the most humane way.
The real question is what we do about them when they get here, or other prosperous places like Western Europe, because they will.
No they won’t. Unless we let them.
Efforts to stop them will never exceed the will to pursue freedom, and why would we want them to?
It would seem to us that it didn’t take too much of an effort on the part of the rulers of their home countries to “exceed the will to pursue freedom”, so what makes you think it won’t work here?
No, we don’t want them to stop “pursuing freedom”, if that is what they’re doing, and nothing in their behavior elsewhere indicates that that’s what they’re after, we just want them to pursue it where they are, rather than them coming here and taking ours away. After they’ve pulled us down into the mud with them.
And pursuing it where they are is, indeed, possible.
The Founding Fathers of a country with which you ought to be familiar did just that.
They didn’t run off to Switzerland.
Via LC & IB Bill Quick: An Iraqi migrant has admitted to raping a ten year old boy in a Viennese swimming pool so ferociously that the boy had to be hospitalised for his injuries. The man said he knew it was wrong but couldn’t help himself as he hadn’t had sex in months. Police
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When he’s right, he’s right: We do enjoy it when a candidate actually says what we’re all thinking. Now, if we were an advisor to the Cruz campaign, we’d encourage him to do the same. Then we’d watch everybody else get crushed. Illegal immigrants are “the backbone of our country”, unknown filthy socialist Sanders plant?
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Via LC & IB Bill Quick. A group of 51 refugees rapefugees were brutally assaulted outside a night club in Murmansk, Russia, after they groped and molested women at a night club Saturday. “Brutally?” Oh, we like the sound of that! Although we, being a civilized male who hasn’t been emasculated by P.C. and goodthink,
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We guess they’ll have to start calling the Hildebeest “Lucky” now (h/t LC & IB SondraK) We all know by now that the Prozi Party primaries in Iowa ended up as a dead heat between Comrade Senility and Her Thighness, Queen Hillary!, but that’s just the beginning of the fun: Sen. Bernie Sanders’ voters will
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As we write, Iowa is a lock for Cruz with 98% in and him holding 27.4% of the vote to Trump’s 24.9%. We’re surprised. Pleasantly so, we might add, because we weren’t expecting this. We knew it could go either way but, unlike the “pundits”, we weren’t quite as sure considering how many times those
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…we can’t help but think of the glorious fwench army of 1939-1940: Lt. Gen. Sean MacFarland, the commander of the US-led anti-ISIS coalition, denounced calls to “carpet bomb” ISIS during a Pentagon press briefing Monday. In other news, LTG Seth McFarlane, it’s Seth, right?, denounced the bombings of Germany, Italy and Japan during WWII, calling
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