The Morning Report 10/2/23

Good morning, kids. A few interesting things making waves this morning. First, in the wake of Friday’s official fossilization of Feinstein and her soul taking the express elevator all the way down, I had hoped to use the headline “Choosy Mothers Choose Schiff.” Alas, as I had suspected would be the case, the greasy governor of California chose a black woman. Shocking right? Meh, had he not done that as he had promised, whatever his chances at winning the Biden replacement derby would have gone right down the same Atlanta toilet that floated the demented criminal into the Oval Office in 2020.

So, congratulations to Senatrix Laphonza Butler. Her experience? Aside from melanin content, chromosomal makeup (which is fast becoming obsolete since leftists don’t really know what exactly the definition of a woman is these days) and most crucially, anti-American bona fides, she served as president of Emily’s List. Per the invaluable Discover the Networks:

EMILY’s List (EL) is a political action committee that raises millions of dollars each year for Democratic, pro-choice, female candidates running for elected office. The organization strives to make these funds available to the recipients as early as possible in each election cycle, so as to give them every opportunity to gain maximum public exposure and credibility, and thus to access additional campaign donations from a wide variety of sources thereafter. “EMILY” is an acronym standing for “Early Money Is Like Yeast,” which, as EL’s slogan puts it, “helps the [political] dough rise.”

In this case, more like a yeast infection. Funny that they refer to dough rising, since it’s kind of close to the antithetical “bun in the oven.” And what the hell kind of name is Laphonza? But I digress. 

As for the real focus of this story, Gavin Newsom, a) he kept his promise and did not alienate blacks, dames and lezbos, and thereby totally sabotage his chances should he decide to seek the Dem nomination, b) it’s only to fill out the remainder of Feinstein’s term which is up this coming cycle, so Karen Bass, Schiff-for-Brains and whoever else can fight it out amongst themselves thereby allowing Newsom to keep his hair perfect like a London werewolf, c) this makes no difference to the already doomed state of California but courtesy of the 17th Amendment, it affects the rest of the nation just as the framers of the Constitution never intended it. 

Another interesting little tidbit about this broad, from just this past June:

EMILY’s List — an organization whose goal is to elect pro-abortion Democrat women to public office — told Politico over the weekend about its plans to promote the epically incompetent VP, whose approval ratings have teetered around the low-40s and mid-30s for much of [so-called quote-unquote “president”] Biden’s first term. . . 

. . . President of EMILY’s List Laphonza Butler told the outlet that the PAC wants to “push back against the massive misinformation and disinformation that’s been directed towards [Chlamydia Harris] since she’s been elected.” The PAC previously supported Harris in 2020 after she was announced as Biden’s running mate, and Butler also helped guide Harris’s failed presidential bid while working for a leading California political consulting firm.

So, maybe it’s a case of “friends close, enemies closer” for Newsom or else an indicator that he believes Harris is on the outs, or promoting an ally of hers as a means to influence her loyalties? 

Meanwhile, back in D.C., as the GOP fights tooth and nail to maintain its position as a sham opposition party, during the vote to prevent a dreaded shutdown of the government, this horrid assclown pulled a less than cunning stunt. Emphasis on the word “pulled”:

“Rep Jamaal Bowman pulled a fire alarm in Cannon this morning,” House Administration Committee Chair Bryan Steil (R-Wisc.) said in a statement. “An investigation into why it was pulled is underway.”

A spokeswoman for Bowman told Axios that the congressman “did not realize he would trigger a building alarm as he was rushing to make an urgent vote” and that he “regrets any confusion.”

It doesn’t seem that Republicans are buying that story. Reps. Harriet Hageman (R-Wyo.) and Lisa McClain (R-Mich.) are both drafting resolutions to censure Bowman, and Rep. Nicole Malliotakis (R-N.Y.), has already drafted a resolution to expel Bowman from the House.

Censure appears more likely, as it only requires a simple majority, while expulsion requires a two-thirds vote, meaning that a significant number of Democrats would have to join with Republicans to expel a member of their party. And that’s not likely to happen. According to the report, there is footage of Bowman pulling the alarm, and at least one Democrat is all but denying that it is, in fact, Bowman. . .

. . . According to sources who spoke with Fox News Digital, the alarm was pulled right shortly after House Republicans made the announcement they’d be expediting a stopgap spending bill, commonly referred to as a continuing resolution (CR) to extend government funding for 45 days, for consideration on the House floor on Saturday. According to the report, the announcement caught Democrats off-guard, and they complained that they weren’t given enough time to read the bill.

Based on a publicly released photo of the incident, it is clear that this was not an accidental pulling of the fire alarm but instead a ridiculous effort to delay the vote averting a shutdown.

It’s funny because all the multi-thousand-page catastrophes written by lobbyists are shoved down our throats without time to read or debate them. And anyone who objects is viewed as a heinous, uncaring racist who wants to throw grandma off a cliff and see little children starve.

As for Jamal Bowman, in a nest of anti-American, anti-Semitic, sub-literate, shrill, shrieking Maoists, he’s about as low a scumbag as you can find. And that’s saying something. Then again, look who his biggest booster is:

Anchor Jake Tapper said, “There was an interesting moment over the weekend when your New York colleague, Congressman Jamaal Bowman, he’s under investigation for this now after Capitol Police say he pulled a fire alarm in one of the House office buildings. Democrats were trying to delay a final vote on the bill. There he is, pulling the fire alarm. He says it was an accident. He thought pulling the alarm would open a door based on the fact that the doors to his right there was locked, and there was a sign that I think someone said it was confusing. I’ll be honest. It doesn’t really make sense to me, his explanation. Have you talked to him?”

Ocasio-Cortez said, “I think if you actually do see some of the photos of the signs, I think there’s something to be said about the government’s about to shut down, there’s a vote clock that’s going down, the exits that are normally open in that building are suddenly closed.”

So, he’s too stupid to know what a friggin’ fire alarm looks like? More like Titty Caca thinks we’re too stupid to discern a bald-faced lie. From what I understand one of the reasons they pulled this shit was because the CR did not have any funds going to pay off Zelensky. 

In any case, what Bowman did was indeed the dictionary definition of what all of the innocent dupes who were caught up in the FBI/DOJ false flag sting operation on January 6th have been accused of – many of whom tried, convicted and sentenced to long stretches in federal prison. And what he did was worse as it could have led to actual physical harm. As opposed to the crime against humanity of walking around with a police escort dressed as Chief Wild Eagle or putting your feet up on Malig-Nancy Pelosi’s desk. The horror. The horror . . . 

In a completely bizarre decision, Dem. Rep. Jamaal Bowman (NY) committed a misdemeanor and potential felony in order to stop the Constitutional function of government. I kid you not. . . 

. . . We are talking breaking the law here, an act apparently performed with the goal of disrupting Constitutional congressional work. This is a Constitutional crisis because he intended to upend our Constitutional order and to topple our democracy. And stuff. Isn’t that how this works? I think so, according to the Democrats’ own rules, so this felony needs to be pursued and this man held accountable.

He won’t be held accountable, because Democrat. If he actually were held accountable, cities would burn. 

The Epoch Times video titled “The Real Story of January 6 “reveals the truth that has been hidden from the American people.  While a narrative has been set that what took place that day was an insurrection, key events and witnesses have been ignored until now.  The documentary takes an unvarnished look at police use of force and the deaths that resulted in some measure from it.”

Robert Spencer asserts that “it is by now abundantly clear that the Jan 6 “insurrection” was not the work of Trump supporters, but of Leftist plants in the crowd at the Capitol[.]  Any lingering doubt about this has now been put definitively to rest by the revelation that those who ran the House Jan. 6 Committee show trial did not preserve mountains of evidence that apparently disproved the left’s official narrative about what happened on that fateful day.  Like the Stalinists they are, it looks as if they framed their enemies and then destroyed the evidence of their own crime.”

Christopher Roach points out that “there is now a very clear hierarchy for those caught up within the federal criminal justice system.  Left-wing offenders are the least culpable, and they get prosecutors to argue for downward departures.  Then come street criminals, who are sentenced within the guidelines.  Then there are those on the right, who face novel charges and get the book thrown at them.”

There is some precedent for this. Soviet dissident Alexander Solzhenitsyn wrote in the Gulag Archipelago how political prisoners were treated worse in the Soviet system than regular criminals, whom the regime used to terrorize its political enemies. We also know how the Soviet Union, like other totalitarian regimes, created a whole class of pseudocriminals, who were given extremely harsh sentences for things like telling the wrong kinds of jokes or convoluted claims of sabotage and hoarding.

Between censorship, rigged elections, relentless propaganda, and two-tiered criminal punishment, the system is not leaving many ordinary political options for its opposition.

. . . The prisoners in the District of Columbia Jail have stated that they are “all but slowly murdered in every way except for their very soul being ripped from their famished chests on behalf of this mercilessly sinister institution.”

Speaking of “burning,” and as to Solzhenitsyn . . . 

“And how we burned in the camps later, thinking: What would things have been like if every Security operative, when he went out at night to make an arrest, had been uncertain whether he would return alive and had to say good-bye to his family? Or if, during periods of mass arrests, as for example in Leningrad, when they arrested a quarter of the entire city, people had not simply sat there in their lairs, paling with terror at every bang of the downstairs door and at every step on the staircase, but had understood they had nothing left to lose and had boldly set up in the downstairs hall an ambush of half a dozen people with axes, hammers, pokers, or whatever else was at hand?… The Organs would very quickly have suffered a shortage of officers and transport and, notwithstanding all of Stalin’s thirst, the cursed machine would have ground to a halt! If…if…We didn’t love freedom enough. And even more – we had no awareness of the real situation…. We purely and simply deserved everything that happened afterward.” 


  • Richard Fernandez: “Corruption may be extensive in Washington, and there is no reason to suppose it is confined to one party. The problem is that you need a clean rag if you’re to wipe a table. If all the rags are dirty, then you’re only moving the dirt around. If the extent of corruption is unknown then where the clean rags are in Washington will be a basic problem. Perhaps the only reliable way to clean the mess up is turnover. That is to churn Washington, to turn everybody in the capital out of office after a certain period, from every party, regardless. But even that might not be enough.” The City Under the Capitol
  • “In a 43-year career, the only action Mark [“Vanilli”] Milley ever saw was in the war against the American people and their duly elected president.” The Armchair General Takes a Seat
  • “Health authorities and policymakers squandered public trust by lying to the American people.” The [Chinese] Covid Cover-up



  • “Another memoir from a young American—wow!” (Madison Cornbread fakes orgasms, and the truth- jjs) Enough Is Enough
  • “The comments from the former Secretary of Defense come after Trump criticized retiring General Mark Milley last week for communicating with his Chinese counterparts ‘…to give them a heads up on the thinking of the President of the United States.’ Trump compared the betrayal by Milley to a ‘treasonous act.’” Ex-SecDef Esper Worries Trump Will Retaliate Against Deep State If Elected
  • The single charge against Littlejohn follows criticism of the Justice Department from IRS whistleblowers who claim the agency sought to hamper a federal tax investigation into Hunter Biden. Whistleblowers say the DOJ thwarted investigative efforts, slow-walked cooperation with tax agents, and even concealed critical evidence implicating President Joe Biden in a criminal bribery scheme. The most significant felonies of which Hunter Biden was suspected, said veteran IRS agent Gary Shapley this summer, “were left off the table.” IRS Contractor Charged With Single Criminal Count for Leaking Trump’s Tax Records and ‘Thousands’ Of Others









  • “The Alumni Free Speech Alliance, a group of over a dozen free speech alumni organizations, alleges that bias response teams are used to target individuals and often cause students to self-censor, resulting in less intellectual freedom on campuses. The groups filed an amicus brief to the Supreme Court in support of advocate group Speech First, which is suing Virginia Tech over its bias-response team.” The Supreme Court Could Weigh In on Whether Colleges’ Speech Police are Legal
  • “. . . Bloch’s case should be open and shut. He simply spoke his mind in a conversation, doing so in a civil manner. He then not only peaceably coached his team in a game against this male cross-dresser (my description), he and the teams came home in the same bus with that team and that cross-dresser, with no incident. At no time did he do anything to justify the school’s action.” Today’s blacklisted American: Coach fired by Vermont school for simply expressing some facts during a civil conversation



  • “And while these hypocrites attack good men like Kennedy, they totally ignore the real anti-Semites, and even idolize them. Wasserman Schultz ignores Reps. Rashida Tlaib (D-Mich.), Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-N.Y.), Pramila Jayapal (D-Wash.), and Ilhan Omar (D-Minn.) because they sit on her side of the aisle. It needs to be said, and not enough Jewish leaders are saying it: the real anti-Semites in the public arena are often Jews who are using their heritage as a weapon against their opponents.”
 No, Debbie Wasserman “Test” Schultz, Kennedy is NOT an Anti-Semite



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  • “We support Ukraine’s efforts to defend its sovereignty against Putin’s aggression,” said Schumer – to which McConnell said he’s “confident” that the Senate can pass more “urgent assistance to Ukraine later this year. But let’s be clear,” that the “alternative,” a shutdown, “would not just pause our progress on these important priorities, it would actually set them back.” “More Deceit”: Gaetz Rages Over McCarthy-Ukraine Side Deal To Pass Stopgap
  • “They also gave a number of other reasons to postpone a general election until after the war in Ukraine is over, including the inability to ensure that all voters can participate, undermining national unity, the fact that a potential Russian missile strike could make voting impossible on election day, and that it would cost too much.” Nazi Collaborator Soros Groups Demand NO ELECTIONS Be Held in Ukraine – to Preserve Democracy?
  • “UK Prime Minister Rishi Sunak, poured cold water on [British Secretary of State for Defence, Grant Shapps’] plans on Sunday, explaining: “What the defence secretary was saying was that it might well be possible one day in the future for us to do some of that training in Ukraine. But that’s something for the long term, not the here and now. There are no British soldiers that will be sent to fight in the current conflict.” Confusion As UK SecDef Suggests Ukraine Troop Deployment, But Prime Minister Disagrees






  • “. . . this was the 151st successful launch in 2023, all done in the first three quarters, and strongly suggesting the world will complete more than 200 launches this year. This number will top the record of 179 set last year by more than ten percent, and be more than double the number of launches achieved almost every year since Sputnik in 1957.” SpaceX puts another 22 Starlink satellites into orbit
  • “It appears the Chinese are either having issues with the rover (not surprising as it has been operating on the Moon for almost five years, since January 2019), or they have decided they don’t need to tell anyone what they are doing.” Updated map of Yutu-2’s travels on far side of the Moon


  • “Hittner, a Ronald Reagan appointee, wrote that the law is unconstitutional because it is a violation of the right to free speech. The judge also argues that performances like drag shows often convey political and social messages aside from being intended for entertainment purposes.” Ban on sexual performances in front of minors blocked by Texas judge
  • Chief Judge Jeffery Sutton wrote the following in regards to the decision: “This is a relatively new diagnosis with ever-shifting approaches to care over the last decade or two. Under these circumstances, it is difficult for anyone to be sure about predicting the long-term consequences of abandoning age limits of any sort for these treatments.” WIN! Court Upholds TN & KY Bans on “Transgender Care”



  • “At its 85th anniversary, Munich still haunts our rhetoric—but it is not clear that we’ve drawn the right lessons from the disastrous conference.” Appeasement’s Ghosts
  • When one considers the full extent of the Roman cataclysm leading to the inevitable fall — the plethora of corrupt and self-promoting politicians, the exposure of unwanted infants (open-air abortion) and the consequent decline in the reproductive ratio, the deterioration of road systems and infrastructure, the degrading of a once-mighty military, and the evident degeneration of sexual morality (as the fifth-century Christian historian Salvian declaimed, “Be ashamed of your lives, no cities are free of impurities) — one cannot help but note the affinities and correlations between the Roman Empire and the American Republic. The Decline and Fall of Home: Part Two
  • “Celebrating the bicentenary of historian Francis Parkman, who produced a picture of America’s origins that remains unsurpassed” American Homer
  • Peter Hitchens: ““French Communists went voluntarily to the Nazis. . . France was on trial in 1945.” The Shame of Collaboration
  • “He paused for a moment. ‘Just how’d you do it, kid? We heard shots. There hasn’t been a shot fired from your rifle, and there isn’t a bit of lead in them seven bodies over the hill.’ I didn’t say anything. What could I say?…And then the sergeant spoke again. ‘Kid,’ he said gently, ‘every one of those seven Commies over there is killed by a sword-stroke.’” A U.S. Marine’s Story of Archangel Michael, the Korean War, and a Miracle

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