The Morning Report 10/31/22

Good morning kids. Start of a new week and with the Democrats set to lose control of both chambers of Congress next week, either by a red nether hair or a once in a generation red wave wipeout, we’ve had a couple of pathetic October surprises crash and burn. The driver of this potential wipeout is the abject catastrophe of Democrat policy that has left Americans less safe and less secure in every aspect of their lives and the nation more vulnerable than ever to its enemies. If she isn’t one of the masterminds she’s one of the faces (if you could call it that) of doom directly associated with this catastrophe, and in fact, the myriad catastrophes inflicted on us for the past few decades now. I’m referring of course to Malig-Nancy Pelosi.

So with that preamble, it’s rather shocking that while she’s in D.C., some code 10 wack-a-doo somehow manages to break into her San Francisco home and attack her husband with a hammer. I absolutely deplore violence (NB, that does not mean I would not hesitate to use it personally or approve of it in justifiable defense of life, limb, property and nation). But that said, given the victim’s own lineage and especially that of his wife and her track record, vis a vis, the decriminalization of crime and defunding of police, etc., that was a central policy pillar of the Democrat Party since at least 2020, the schadenfreude of a truly psycho chicken coming home to roost is too delicious not to admit. 

With apologies to Lennon and McCartney, “Bang! Bang! Marx’s hammer and sickle came down upon his head (dee-doopty doo-doo).”

Funny how the wave of violent crime intentionally unleashed on America by the Democrat-Left in the wake of the regrettable yet unsurprising death of George Floyd at the hands of police as he OD’d while resisting arrest for pushing a queer Jackson at a convenience store, is a major albatross around the necks of said Democrats going into next week. Hell, they even had the chutz-pocritical gall to blame the Defund the Police movement on the GOP! 

Remember, gentle reader. This is bluer than blue San Francisco. A city that is the poster child for politically-driven decay, degeneracy and dissolution that only just recently somehow had a flash of sanity in recalling its DA, Chesa Boudin, the son of Maoist terrorist Weathermen David Gilbert, Kathy Boudin and wards of Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn. This attack is directly linked to the poisonous policies of Frisco’s communist government and the (anti) American left in general. Yet, right on cue, the usual loudmouths, perverts, criminals and no-talent, washed-up degenerates come roaring out of the woodwork to blame Donald Trump and his “rhetoric” as the guilty party.

Forget what I said about deploring violence. I’m getting good and riled up as we speak as I read the bilge from everyone from Meathead Reiner to Obama to Joey Sponge-Brain Shits-Pants.

United States Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.) hit the airwaves to connect the recent assault on Paul Pelosi with “fascism” and “white nationalism.” She insists that both are now ubiquitous. And both prompt increasing politically motivated violence. (Ocasio-Cortez remains oblivious to the greatest sustained political violence in our recent history; the 120 days of Black Lives Matter and Antifa-fueled rioting, arson, looting, and mayhem of summer and fall 2020—often cheered on or defended by public officials and social media.)

The deplorable violent attack on Pelosi, husband of House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), has been described as the logical reification of increasing bitter political discourse. Shrill accusations spread even as full details of the attack are still not known. But the general picture of the assailant is one of an unhinged conspiracy freak of all flavors. He seems to have been a lunatic, drug-crazed white supremacist and anti-Semite, a former hemp jeweler, and nudist, who was either homeless or was living in a cluttered hippie-like commune in Berkeley plastered with pride and BLM flags. 

Nonetheless, almost immediately the Left has seized on the attack to blame supposed right-wing political rhetoric as the cause. . . 

. . . In general, the Left has three predictable characteristics when it seizes upon pre-election news of shootings and assaults.

Violence of any sort of against conservative political figures rarely has anything to do with combustible rhetoric emanating from the Left. 

When New York gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin was recently physically attacked on stage by a troubled alcoholic David G. Jakubonis (released into an alcoholic recovery program from police custody a few weeks after his attempt on Zeldin’s life), the media made no effort to tie the assault to politically driven rhetoric. 

When Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) was severely injured by a crazed neighbor, there was no suggestion that left-wing extremist talk, and in particular political attacks on Paul, had pushed the assailant over the edge—although there was plenty of undisguised liberal schadenfreude at Paul’s injuries. For example, in a March 2020 tweet, Christine Pelosi (Nancy and Paul’s daughter) snarked: “Rand Paul’s neighbor was right.” 

James Hodgkinson was a declared left-wing political activist and former Bernie Sanders campaign worker who went hunting for Republican legislators and ended up shooting six people—among them Representative Steven Scalise (R-La.), the House majority whip at the time, who nearly died. 

The media did not attempt to tie the unstable Hodgkinson to often hysterical anti-Trump and anti-MAGA rhetoric of the time. And the matter was mostly forgotten as the work of another unhinged shooter.

For the record, I think Victor Davis Hanson’s use of the word “deplorable” is not the Hillary noun/epithet but the actual adjective, but I digress. Just last week, a canvasser for Marco Rubio was nearly beaten to death for having the gall to ring doorbells in territory that Democrats declared verboten to dogs, Jews and Republicans. A couple of weeks before that up in North Dakota, a teenager was intentionally run over and killed by a man who took to heart the words of our spurious vegetable-president in front of Independence Hall who declared any Republican voter “a clear and present danger” to the nation. Do I have to mention Brooklyn subway shooter targeting Asians and whites or the Waukesha Christmas Parade racist/terrorist massacre of last year?

Until I’m blue in the fucking face:Violence is the sole purview of the American Left in attempting to advance its political goal of achieving absolute power.

And, to bookend my statement, as Ace so eloquently put it:
Our speech is violence. Their violence is speech.

Let us assume for one moment — and not only has it yet to be proven but in fact is already being disproven — that the deviant in question is a Trump fan or at the very least, not a Democrat. Has anyone on our side of the divide come out and praised this attack? Has anyone on our side called for the physical annihilation and/or murder of anyone on the Left? Has there not been a complete disavowal of this and any other act of violence committed in the name of conservative, Republican or so-called “right-wing” politics?

And please, don’t equate my reference to schadenfreude over what happened as an approval or call for more acts. They have sown the wind and are reaping the whirlwind. 

Yet, with that angle covered, given how the Left is setting up a society of an elite dictator class lording over a vast population of serfs and proles, you have to ask yourself, how did this nut job manage to break in to the home of one of the nation’s top political leaders, and a leader of the approved class no less? This thing stinks to high heaven, especially so close to an election where they’re set to get wiped out. Timing is everything.

How dare you reject the Official Approved Narrative parroted by the regime media about the weird Schiff that went down at Casa de Pelosi the other night. There’s only one possible explanation, according to experts, licensed journalists, and our betters – an underwear-clad MAGA assassin from a hippie commune in Berkeley who is best known for his nudist activism broke into the oddly unguarded mansion of the Speaker of the House, a wealthy woman who has her police force and has not been shy about expounding on the perilous peril she faces from murderous insurrectionists, carrying a hammer and encountered the wide-awake Paul Pelosi, also in his skivvies, who the intruder then let go off and call the cops wherein Mr. Pelosi referred to the guy as his friend.

Look, it’s pretty clear that this was just one more Trump-inspired attack on Our Democracy, and to fail to accept this wholeheartedly is to be a conspiracy theorist who is blaming the victim and doing Putin’s bidding. It’s also racist.

That’s certainly one way to look at it. Perhaps a guy walking through San Francisco in his Fruit of the Looms with a hammer in his hand at 2 a.m. might not draw a lot of attention, but a lot of things don’t quite add up. Hey, I don’t know about you, but I have a few questions, some of which could be quickly answered with a House oversight committee deposing Paul Pelosi once he recovers and, just to be sure, sending a subpoena to Grindr. . . 

. . . I somehow think the Democrats will be reluctant to help, though Speaker McCarthy should not let any Democrats on the panel in the first place as payback for the 1/6 kangaroo committee. But why not investigate? These are serious charges, albeit from unserious people. Omar, a commie ingrate whose stupidity is exceeded only by her dishonesty, could not resist trying to leverage some cheap advantage from this grody scenario, but she should have passed on strategic if not moral grounds. By trying to place the blame for this on us, she triggered the Streisand Effect just when Democrats least needed to be associated with even more weird nonsense than they are already. Blaming Republicans for what appears to many people to be a sex tryst gone sour guarantees the wrongly accused – us – are going to hammer the Democrats unmercifully about it. . . 

. . . The fact is that the Official Approved Narrative is laughable, and that the opinion of most people looking at the evidence, and lack of it, is that this was likely some sort of tryst gone wrong. Can we know that to a metaphysical certitude? No, but the fact we have not seen the video or heard directly from the cops on the scene to clear up any misconceptions indicates that there probably are not any misconceptions to clear up. Guys tussling in their undies at oh dark thirty does not usually just sort of happen.

The ruling caste is hard at work trying to force us to sit there and take their abuse without complaint. They call us names, but we don’t care what they say. And if they don’t want us pushing back, they should not push us first.

“Hammer the Democrats.” That Kurt Schlichter; he kills me. So Big Paulie Walnuts smashes up his car driving drunk or drugged out and now is caught semi-nude with a live boy, probably stoned out of his gourd on crystal meth and demanding the old homo pay him his $20 for the outcall.

What’s more of a threat to “our precious democracy” (*vomit*): What happened on January 6th, 2021 or this? I say this, but YMMV.


  • “How digital surveillance is gaining power for the biomedical security state.” Our Digital Panopticon
  • Clarice Feldman: “Why is the FBI trying so hard to keep what has been in its possession for over four years a secret?” What’s Behind the Seth Rich Coverup?
  • “Even Greenpeace now admits the obvious: recycling doesn’t work.” On Second Thought, Just Throw Plastic Away
  • Michael Walsh: “. . . the regulation of alcoholic beverages was returned to the states, the same philosophy behind the recent Supreme Court Dobbs decision, which contrary to Democrat propaganda did not “outlaw” abortion, but simply returned the decision-making sovereignty back to the individual states. And that may be a clue as to how we might repeal many other amendments, laws, and court decisions: by returning to federalism.” To Save America, Repeal the 18th Amendment (Again)




  • “Folks, this is DEFCON 1 level bad. These are not conspiracies. These are facts and plausible situations that on an individual level are bad enough, but combined will be nothing less than catastrophic for everyone.” Biden’s Diesel Fuel Crisis Worsens: Major Fuel Company Issues New Warning
  • “Reversing what was perhaps the best policy of his predecessor — one which laid the foundation for dealing with the country’s long-term energy needs after years of environmentalist arglebargle — doesn’t speak well of [Rishi Sunak].” No Fracking Please, We’re British

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  • Ardern was visiting her country’s Scott Base in Antarctica to “highlight” supposed “climate change” and mark the Base’s 65th anniversary, according to Reuters. “Cooperation in Antarctica and in the Antarctic Treaty System is more important than ever as we tackle the crises of climate change and biodiversity loss,” Ardern stated. New Zealand PM’s Plane Breaks Down in Cold — as She Studies Climate Change
  • A few weeks before Louisiana and Missouri announced they were pulling the plug on their investments in BlackRock, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton and 18 other state attorneys general sent their own letter to Fink. “The time has come for BlackRock to come clean on whether it actually values our states’ most valued stakeholders, and current and future retirees, or risk losses even more significant than those risked by BlackRock’s quixotic climate agenda.” States Are Waking Up to the Dark Reality Behind Financial Elites’ ESG Push
  • “. . . if the attacks on Irish distinctiveness discussed above and in our previous piece about the war on Irish cattle are allowed to continue, why would anyone want to go there?” The ‘Green’ War on the Irish Nation
  • “Progress in strengthening global food security cannot be made without the use of scientifically advanced and efficient GM crop varieties.” Why Are Farmers Defying Bans to Cultivate GM Crops?
  • “Facts and evidence count for little. Momentum is with the madness. Revved up by countries falling over themselves to claim leadership in the renewable-energy stakes. Prognosis: negative.” Renewable-Energy Dodo Birds Galore






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  • “House Minority Leader Hugh McKean died in his home just days after turning 55, an aide said. No cause of death was provided. . . In a Twitter post announcing McKean’s death, Colorado House Republicans said he was ‘fiercely passionate about serving the great state of Colorado and will be missed dearly.’” Colorado GOP Official Dies Suddenly at 55


  • “The Kremlin earlier in a more broad accusation pointed the finger at NATO countries, including Britain, saying that NATO forces had conducted military exercises around the exact location the undersea explosions occurred. The accusation follows a Russian Foreign Ministry claim that NATO conducted a military exercise during the summer, close to the location where the undersea explosions occurred.” Russia Accuses British Navy Of Nord Stream “Terrorist Attack”
  • “The exact scale of damage from the strike is not entirely clear yet. According to the defense ministry, nearly all of the attacking drones were destroyed by Russian forces and only one of its warships suffered ‘minor damage’ from the incident.” Russia Suspends Ukraine Grain Deal, Attributes Decision to Drone Attack on Crimea


  • “Authorities said the 19th-century, colonial-era pedestrian bridge over the Machchu river in the state’s Morbi district collapsed because it could not handle the weight of the large crowd, as the Hindu festival season drew hundreds of people to the recently opened tourist attraction. The bridge had been closed for renovation for almost six months and was reopened just four days ago.” Suspension Bridge Collapse Kills at Least 132 in India

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  • Lloyd Billingsley: “U.S. military rejects victims of 2009 terrorist attack for the renaming of Fort Hood.” Base Instincts



  • “A conservative’s argument to stay and fight.” (nice sentiment, but effectively it’s pissing into the wind – jjs) We Can’t All Run To Florida





  • “The piece even talks about ‘meddling with sexual organs’ like the current political left.” a href=””>REVEALED: AtlanticMag’s Stunning Sterilization Endorsement – “A Limited Eugenic Program is Warranted” 
  • Call Jane, which was filmed last year — before the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and empowered states to make their own laws on abortion restrictions — is the fictionalized story of the real-life women who worked underground in the years before abortion was legal to help others kill their unborn children.: Elizabeth Banks, Sigourney Weaver Star in Film Glorifying Black-Market Abortions: “Roe v. Wade Released Women to Live Their Lives”
  • “A frank study of native history requires nuance and moderation.” American Empires
  • Daniel Greenfield: “What happens when life becomes one big costume party.” Every Day is Halloween Now


NOTE: The opinions expressed in the links may or may not reflect my own. I include them because of their relevance to the discussion of a particular issue.