Friday, September 7, 2018

I'll Just Leave This Here...

These aren't party fouls, they're federal felonies.

We have both the name, corroborative photographs, and numerous eyewitness accounts of a Soros operative paying people off with "a bag of cash" to disrupt the Senate confirmation hearings of SCOTUS nominee Bret Kavanaugh. (We note in passing that the Secret Service protects SCOTUS members, and obviously, also nominees for the high court).

So, we'll just drop this here, from 18 US Code §1752
"(a) Whoever—
knowingly, and with intent to impede or disrupt the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions, engages in disorderly or disruptive conduct in, or within such proximity to, any restricted building or grounds when, or so that, such conduct, in fact, impedes or disrupts the orderly conduct of Government business or official functions;                    
or attempts or conspires to do so, shall be punished as provided in subsection (b).
(b) The punishment for a violation of subsection (a) is—                     
a fine under this title or imprisonment for not more than one year, or both, in any other case. 
(c) In this section—
(1) the term “restricted buildings or grounds” means any posted, cordoned off, or otherwise restricted area—
(B) of a building or grounds where the President or other person protected by the Secret Service is or will be temporarily visiting; or                        
(2) the term “other person protected by the Secret Service” means any person whom the United States Secret Service is authorized to protect under section 3056 of this title or by Presidential memorandum, when such person has not declined such protection. "

So one has to wonder why the FBI, US Marshalls, and/or US Capitol Police have not investigated, identified, arrested, and criminally charged the people already known, nationally and internationally, given that their pictures have been publicized around the world, in flagrante delicto for multiple federal crimes.

Given the bagman's employment by George Soros, why hasn't that old Nazi been hauled in for interrogation and indictment as well?

Paying people off to commit federal crimes isn't "free speech", it's a criminal conspiracy to obstruct the US government, specifically the Congress, which means a plot to criminally harm you, the people, by hindering representative government. We normally throw people in prison for that, and then throw away the prison. If we don't simply shoot or hang them.

This is the point you turn the entire federal apparatus loose, from FBI to IRS to DC parking enforcement, and tell them you want the ears and tail on a suitable taxidermist's mount.

One further wonders where in hell the U.S. Attorney for Washington D.C. is, and what he's been doing lately...??

We already know this incompetent jackhole cipher has been lost in space for nearly two solid years,

This @$$hole couldn't be any less effective if he'd had a stroke and gone into a vegetative coma since his swearing in.

and the only legal proceeding he's liable to be involved in is as defendant when the estates of the Three Stooges and The Keystone Kops sue him for copyright infringement on their comedic schtick as world-class stumbling bumblef**ks.

We also note that the Secret Service is under the purview of the Secretary of the Treasury, and not the compromised and bastardized Department of inJustice.

So, in plain language, "WTF, over"?

Your congressweasel is running for re-election this year, we understand.
It strikes us that this sort of question ought to be raised with their constituent line, and at any town hall meetings they participate in this election season.

Just for openers.

Oh, BTW, the US Capitol switchboard number is (202) 224-3121.

If anyone in the Senate was in on the deal via a conference call, those are prosecutable criminal offenses, as well as grounds for expulsion.

That's what "conspiracy" means.

What's that? All the Democrats on the Senate Judiciary Committee were in on the shenanigans? Via a conference call beforehand??

Gosh, what a shame if they all end up doing federal time, and kicked out of the Senate, and the (D)s lose 6 or 7 senators on top of mid-term losses. And they also get disbarred. And can't vote, hold office, own a gun, get bonded, lobby, sit on corporate boards, or pretty much anything else.

Real pisser, that'd be.

Don't do the crime if you can't do the time, jackholes.


The Gray Man said...

Sitting in a parking lot right now doing some basic waiting around. Time to take that number and make myself useful.

Anonymous said...

Am I the only one who thinks that Sessions looks like a yard gnome?

Anonymous said...

Senator Grassely, the Chairman of the Judiciary Committee, missed a golden opportunity to squash Kamel Toe Face Harris like a bug during his opening statement when she continuously interrupted him. What was Sen. Milquetoast Grassely's retort to Kamel Toe Face Harris's outrageous grandstanding, which was also a criminal conspiracy, as, has been reported gleefully in the MSM, it was orchestrated via a Dem conference call the prior Saturday?

"Ms. Harris you're out of order".

What Sen. Milquetoast should have done is gaveled her into silence while telling her to shut her fat pie hole, after second her interruption, even if it required graveling her on her inflated head, repeatedly, until she shut up or if she chose to continue, have her forcibly removed from the proceedings, kicking and screaming by her hair, if she refused to cooperate, and dumped unceremoniously into the hallway outside the committee room. The Dem's want spectacle? Give it to them, IN SPADES.

But of coarse Sen. Milquetoast didn't do any of that, probably because he believes in decorum during Committee and other Senate proceeding and because he's just too damn nice. What he and other decorous Republican Senate members fail to understand, repeatedly, is that the Dem's have declared political war on all institutions of the elected Fed .gov. Being nice and not replying with the same scorched earth tactics the Dem's are using and accusing, however unjustly, the Repub's of using, is a loosing strategy. The Repub's should be using Trump's tactics, which, I believe, is a modified version of the Dem's favorite playbook, Alinsky's Rules For Radicals.

Nice guys don't win political or any other kind of war.

Aesop said...

He should have had the Sergeant At Arms kick her ass out of the hearing, and made the same rule apply to anyone else who followed her example. Decorum, or removal.

They're never going to love you, but when the committee vote is 11-0 to confirm because there were no Dems left in the room to vote, that would settle their hash once and for all.

Repeated attempts to disrupt can have her ejected from the committee for cause, permanently, as well as censured, and even expelled from the Senate.

When it dawns on the Dems that the body's majority, which they aren't, can nullify the entire state of CA with a vote, or every democrat senator, they'd learn to STFU, and fly right-side up.

This is why some people only learn when you shoot them in the face, and why open conflict is ultimately the only way this ends, unless wiser heads spring up where there have been none for 50 years.

It's the nine Bs from here on out:
Beans, bullets, band-aids, bullion, bases, and battalions of ball-breaking bastards should be on everyone's shopping list.

This is going to continue to spiral out of control, and the denouement will move faster and faster just before the calamitous final explosion.