The Morning Report 6/27/23

Good morning kids. I’ve developed a theorem, which is for sure much more provable if not already a rock solid principle of the universe than “climate change.” To wit:

The more outrageous the crime and the more backed up by evidence to prove it, the more likely it is that the Democrat-Leftist who committed it will skate.

Naturally, the inverse applies with equal and greater measure for non Democrat-Leftists and their designated enemies. This is not some great genius brainwave but merely what is obvious to anyone who has eyes to see and a brain function somewhere between yogurt and Joey Sponge-Brain Shits-Pants. Yeah, we’ll get to his latest magnum opus Kinsley gaffe in a second, but let’s first illustrate the point with this “scoop” from fag-hag pinup boy Vanderbilt Poofter, also known as Anderson Cooper, who breathlessly reported:

Monday, CNN aired a recording of former President Donald Trump talking about “highly confidential, secret” documents at his club in Bedminster, NJ.

Cooper said, “We begin tonight with breaking news. We have obtained what is expected to be a central piece of the government’s case against Donald Trump, the actual audio recording of the former president talking as if he’s showing a highly classified document on US war plans against Iran with people not cleared to even know it exists, let alone what’s in it. In a moment only on CNN you will hear what jurors will hear one day.”

. . . The president was aware he was being recorded. It is the first time it is being played publicly.”

In an audio Trump said, “These are bad sick people.”

With the sound of papers moving, Trump continued, “With Milley, let me see that. I’ll show you an example. He said that I wanted to attack Iran. Isn’t it amazing? I have a big pile of papers, this thing just came up. Look. This was him. They presented me this. This is off the record, but they presented me this. This was him. This was the Defense Department and him. We looked at some. This wasn’t done by me. All sorts of stuff, pages long, look. Let’s see here. It’s that amazing This totally wins my case, you know. Except it is, like, highly confidential, secret. This is secret information. But look, look at this. You attack.”

Later in the audio, Trump said, “When I was president, I could have declassified it, now I can’t.”

First of all, it doesn’t take a Dr. Bronowski to figure out that this Kathy Griffin sex toy “obtained” this evidence, which under anything resembling normal circumstances would have been kept under the strictest security conditions, by being handed it on a silver platter from Jack Smith, the prosecutor himself. Illegal or at least highly unethical, you say? That alone proves my theorem, or will prove it when Smith is not charged.

Second, it’s audio. Vandy himself uses the phrase “talking as if he’s showing classified documents.” This is the equivalent of rebroadcasting Orson Welles as proof of a Martian invasion in Grovers Mill, NJ. I’m no legal expert but I can’t see, pun intended, how this proves the crime, even if Trump supposedly states it’s classified. Remember, he’s a blusterer. 

Third, and it’s an aside but IIRC, Trump was averse to using blunt military force to attack Iran. It was Vanilli Milley and the warmongers that were hot and horny to do it, probably in direct opposition to the Jew-hating Farsi fanatics of Foggy Bottom. 

Fourth, how do we even know that this recording has not been edited to death, a la the George Zimmerman 911 phonecall or NBC’s exploding gas tanks or Iran’s photoshopped missiles? How do we even know this phone call isn’t fake to begin with? The bottom line for me is Trump had it within his purview until noon on 1/20/21 to declassify whatever the hell he wanted. Period, end of story. 

Meh, I can go on and on into realms of speculation, but this is exactly what the propagandists are doing and have been doing since forever. And that is being extremely charitable to individuals who deserve a one way trip to visit the Titanic, without submarine, via a one way ride on Aerolineas Pinochet sans parachute.

What they are trying to establish is that Trump had Sandy Berger magic underwear the size of an 18-wheeler in which he purloined secret documents that were never declassified. Does this make any sense at all? Look, Donald Trump can sometimes or even many times be dumb. But for sure he ain’t stupid. 

Recall back in the halcyon days (daze) of 2016 when Donald Trump uttered the famous words: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.”

This, of course, is the reference to then 2016 Dem presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in the wake of it being discovered – with absolutely ZERO help from the media – that she kept an illegal and un-secure server farm in her Chappaqua home with actual classified documents and e-mails on them from her time as Secretary of State. Considering the value of this information to foreign governments, and considering her and her husband’s track record of pay-for-play in the trading of these secrets, you’re talking about enough evidence to hang them both about a hundred times over. 

But what did the media focus in on? Here’s what the NY Times “reporters” wrote in reaction to Trump’s damning joke. 

“It was an extraordinary encouragement of a foreign powers’ espionage.” 

Really? A joke? Told in the clear to an audience of millions? This is like saying “BE SURE TO DRINK YOUR OVALTINE” is the equivalent of the blueprints to the atom bomb dead-dropped in the dark by Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. And yet, it was the basis for the Russia Collusion smear campaign that lasted for years, and continues to bamboozle the uninformed despite it being completely and begrudgingly debunked in the media. Again, the Sefton theorem in operation.

And with that rather rambling preamble (but I think it really needed the setup ), dig this latest flash of truth, from a mouth that’s more twisted than a Picasso portrait, from Joey Choo-Choo:

At a meeting with India’s Prime Minister Modi on Friday, President Biden said something shocking. So shocking that he quickly added that he was joking.  But because the “joke” came as he trailed off his words on another subject, one wonders how calculated it was, or if it was a thought that popped into his addled mind:

Biden: “I was just thanking the — anyway, I started off without you, and I sold a lot of state secrets and a lot of very important things that we shared.”

Watch the 14 seconds again, and focus on PM Modi’s face as he hears the shocking words. . . and then smiles as he realizes it is a joke. . . 

. . . it’s a very odd joke to make, especially in the presence of the head of government of a rising technology state, one that does not have China’s reputation for technology theft, but which nonetheless must be sensitive about people thinking that it is stealing US intellectual; property. I doubt that PM Modi was amused to even have the possibility of IP theft raised as he sat next to the POTUS.

It was stupid thing to joke about, and appears to have been one of those times when Joe’s internal  censor failed him.

Umm, that was no joke. That was sundowning. But let’s say it was a joke. Okay. Let’s compare and contrast

TRUMP: “Russia, if you’re listening, I hope you’re able to find the 30,000 e-mails that are missing.”

SHECKY BIDEN: “I sold a lot of state secrets and a lot of very important things that we shared.”

We know how the Times reacted to the former. What do you suppose their reaction will be to the latter? That is a rhetorical question naturally. And they will spin faster than a gaggle of dervishes inside a Farsi uranium enrichment plant full of centrifuges.

The reason for Vandy’s breathless reportage of at best sketchy audio about unseen video? Because there are way too many leaks in the dike about the Bidens’ blatant, massive, treasonous criminality for them to plug. Treasonous criminality that involves actual state secrets that Biden absolutely beyond any doubt had no right to keep when he was VP and even before that when a mere Senator. Proof that he was shaking down foreign businessmen and governments and selling his office for profit to anyone and everyone including our worst enemies. Delaware garages and think tank offices full of them. Yet nothing but crickets and/or insulting excuses from the propaganda mills.

It is coming out bit by bit, perhaps soon to be in a torrent. Intentional to take him out before 2024? And all things considered, will it really matter vis a vis the election rigging and fraud that is sure to deny VA, GA and WI to the GOP; the three states they must win to get to the minimum EVs (electoral votes, not electric vehicles)?

I just realized, the propaganda machine for sure is going into overdrive to destroy Trump but at the same time they seem to want to derail Biden. Pfft.


  • Michael Walsh: “We’re here, we’re near, and we’re coming for your civilization. . . They never stop, they never sleep, they never quit. As I said in this space recently, first posit a counter-factual, and then act upon it as if it were true. From Covid to ‘hate speech’ to “climate change,” the walls are closing in, enveloping you as a formerly free citizen in a prison of their device. You look out the barred windows: the lone and level sands stretch away, and all you can see in the distance are more camels, heading your way.” Tent, Meet Camel
  • “The world of civil asset forfeiture is a massive source of government funds and offends every constitutional principle.” (imagine this being used to crush political dissent – jjs)Taxes Aren’t The Only Form Of Legalized Government Takings
  • Raw Egg Nationalist: “The presumption of ‘safe until proven otherwise,’ which governs the way we license new chemicals and new foods, is one that has caused and is causing immense damage until it is overturned.” Corporate Culture and the Lords of Lies



  • “He [Vanderbilt Poofter] continued, ‘The recording was made two summers ago, July 2021 at the former president’s club in Bedminster, New Jersey. You will clearly hear the former president, as he is speaking to several people. According to the special council’s indictment, they include a writer working on Mark Meadows’ memoir, the publisher, and two of Trump’s staff members. The president was aware he was being recorded. It is the first time it is being played publicly.’” (All things considered, I call bullshit. This is a giant deflector shield around the Bidens – jjs) CNN Airs Audio of Trump Allegedly Showing People ‘Highly Confidential, Secret’ Documents
  • Jack Posobiec: “Did the FBI even open a single counterintelligence file on Hunter Biden and his family when they had evidence all the way back in 2017 that they were taking bribes. Where was the counterintelligence investigation?” “They opened one into Flynn, they opened one into Trump. The FISA, the Carter Page, the Roger Stone. The FBI was in on it. The DOJ was in on it. And for all those people say ‘Oh, that was Trump’s DOJ, that was Trump’s,’ shut up. You understand what’s going on here, and we’ve had the receipts and we’re going to continue dropping the receipts, because I was putting out all the way back in 2021, the receipts on how Bill Barr and Chris Wray went into the Oval Office of the White House, lied to the president, and said they would not go after Antifa. We get the receipts on all these guys.” The FBI Never Opened a Counterintelligence Investigation in 2020 on Hunter Biden But Did on Trump in 2016









  • Dazzle ’em with the bullshit >>> Razzle ’em with the facts. Harvard Scholar’s Study on Honesty Retracted After She Is Accused of Faking It
  • Georgetown University announced Monday that Fauci will join the school’s Department of Medicine as a “Distinguished University Professor,” the school’s highest professional honor. Beginning on July 1, the 82-year-old doctor will be a part of the Division of Infectious Diseases, which provides clinical care, conducts research, and trains future physicians in infectious diseases,” according to a Georgetown press release.  Fauci Joins Georgetown as ‘Distinguished University Professor’
  • “Most parents are happy to ignore any inconsistency between their kids’ grades and performance.” Grade Inflation: A Problem With Two Sides to Blame
  • Robert Zimmerman: “. . . why is it that these pornography books, clearly written to appeal to young minds, have appeared so widely in so many schools throughout the nation? The books haven’t just appeared in states controlled by Democrats, but many places, from Florida to Arizona to Georgia to Michigan to Pennsylvania to Maine to Rhode Island to Wisconsin to Virginia. It seems absurdly impossible that so many different and widely spaced school systems would so completely and all at once accept such graphic sexual materials, written for children under twelve.” The Insidious Presence of Porn in K-12 Public Schools



  • “Raffensperger has lumped us with the election deniers,” David Jefferson, a computer scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and an expert on election technology told POLITICO. “But we cannot, out of fear of that confusion, stop talking about these vulnerabilities. They are real, they are there, and they must be addressed.” The Halderman report uncovered nine “critical vulnerabilities” in Dominion Voting Systems’ machines and found that a “dishonest election worker…with just brief access to the scanner’s memory card could violate ballot secrecy and determine how individual voters voted.” ‘Tough Noogies’ – Georgia Won’t Fix Its Dominion Machines. PhD Scientists Are Mortified




  • “Is a former Kremlin caterer named Yevgeny Prigozhin, who somehow ended up owning his own private army, now a nuclear power? It’s such a wild notion that I hesitate even to entertain it, and yet here we are. Stay tuned. . . ” What the Hell Just Happened in Russia?
  • “In an 11-minute audio clip, Prigozhin said he had no intention of overthrowing Russian leader Vladimir Putin or toppling the entire Russian state but was only defending his Wagner mercenary organization against corrupt elements of the Russian military.” Wagner’s Prigozhin Resurfaces: Moscow Mutiny a ‘Master Class’ on Invading Ukraine
  • “We will not like what comes after Prigozhin’s surreal insurrection against Putin.”Pugachev’s Ghost



  • “Don’t be fooled: Sen. Tommy Tuberville’s hold on military promotions is the process of accountability working as designed.” Arms Must Cede



  • I”n the next day or so we shall likely see a number of stories in the mainstream press shouting some variation of ‘Webb finds key element of life!’ Webb has done no such thing. It has found a carbon molecule not seen previously, which simply provides scientists another small data point in trying to understand the development of complex solar systems.” Webb makes first detection of one particular carbon molecule
  • “The goal is to provide Japan redundant communications capabilities in case China or Russia — both of which have become more aggressive militarily in the past few years — attempt to take out its own satellites.” Japan’s military tests using Starlink for communications




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