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Don’t Tell Me There Isn’t a Deep State

Posted by V the K at 8:05 am - April 26, 2018.
Filed under: Democratic Scandals

James Comey plugging his book on the hour-long infomercial CNN gave him: “Hillary Clinton is more meshed in, trained in, respectful of the norms and traditions that I’m so worried about being eroded today.”

Yeah, the guy who used to run the FBI said that about a woman who trashed evidence, obstructed justice, mishandled classified documents, and consorted with a guy who sent dick-pics to underage girls.

The “norms and traditions” he speaks of must be those of powerful politicians covering up for each other.

BTW: 71% of the FBI’s entire foreign counterintelligence budget has been diverted to Robert Mueller’s Deep State efforts to undermine and overthrow the president.

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  1. She was fired from the team preparing the impeachment of President Nixon because she wanted to use tactics that would have violated his rights.

    She’s just THAT plugged into the norms and traditions…

    Comment by Rob Crawford — April 26, 2018 @ 8:23 am - April 26, 2018

  2. Comey is now relegated to nothing more than a dehumanized talking point for the Democrats who don’t necessarily blame him for anything in particular.

    The showboat is old hat. He just doesn’t know it yet. A trained monkey is more interesting.

    Comment by Hanover — April 26, 2018 @ 10:38 am - April 26, 2018

  3. There was a letter in the local Seattle newspaper recently from a former EPA employee saying that although right now there are some Republican appointees at the top of the agency trying to undermine its mission, never fear, because the EPA has thousands of career employees totally dedicated to the regulatory state, and these temporary setbacks at the EPA happen every time there is a Republican in the White House.

    I read that and thought, does anyone need further evidence of the existence of the Deep State?

    Comment by Conservative Guy — April 26, 2018 @ 11:26 am - April 26, 2018

  4. Lawfare and Impeachment-Removal from Office are not the cure for losing an election; the NEXT election is.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — April 26, 2018 @ 11:30 am - April 26, 2018

  5. The Justice System in the US has worked itself into a mess of trouble. When it comes to blacks, correlation is causation and more blacks are arrested because: the justice system is R-A-C-I-S-T !!!, right? No. Wrong.

    Baltimore elected and appointed blacks to every post relative to the justice system and their black cops became “racists.” Or something. Anyway, that is the Black Lives Matter theme and all Progressives are required to say “Amen.”

    There is a myth that when one takes an oath to defend and uphold that, by God, he will defend and uphold no matter what. The oath, you see, bestows integrity. Even on those of little integrity. And, integrity in the justice system is relative. Some are more integrity infused than others. If you lie to them, its the slammer. If they lie to you its OK.

    But integrity is NOT relative. You can’t be a little bit trustworthy or trustworthy depending on circumstances.

    General Flynn is being financially ruined for some sort of process lie that occurred under FBI rules. The FBI can lie to General Flynn while they set him up and there is no foul, no harm. That is not how integrity works.

    If you go to civil court and the judge refuses to consider the laws upon which you ground your claims and dismisses your case, your only recourse is to spend more money on appeals. You can not pierce the bubble of “judicial discretion” which surrounds the judge. The judge is a free agent and has “integrity” automatically bestowed upon him by the judicial canon. You can not sue him. You can not make him uphold his decision with citations of case law. You may only spend more money within the legal fraternity and try your luck with another, higher judge. It is a closed system and you play by their closed system rules.

    The deep state is a secret society operating in a supposedly transparent representative democracy. But most of these people are lawyers and they operate by a logic and pattern that is not open to the hoi polloi.

    Robert Mueller is without integrity. That is easily provable. But he is anointed with “integrity” by virtue of his position.

    If integrity is a matter of conscience, then soon enough, a subgroup of pliable consciences will find one another and coalesce and integrity is diminished. But, by definition, integrity can not be diminished. So, the band of brothers who coalesce are without integrity in a system that heralds integrity as its most powerful attribute.

    That is the state of our legal system. You can sue your surgeon, but you can’t sue the judge. Nope. That would, supposedly, make a mockery of justice.

    Right now, the Department of Justice (Executive Branch) is withholding evidence from its Congressional oversight masters in the Legislative Branch. The system of checks and balances is being stymied.

    Here is Rush Limbaugh from Wednesday, April 25:

    The mounting pressure, the fact that nobody likes him, the fact that the media joins in and makes it look like the whole country hate him. All of this was supposed to be a mind trip on Trump, and he was supposed to cave inside of six months. But at no juncture are they pursuing actual truth. There is no collusion. (…) This is my point. When each of these elements fail, they continue to ratchet it up.

    And failure is met with more failure — and at every stage of this, something is being ruined and destroyed. Something in our culture, something in our politics, something traceable to our founding. How does all of this get fixed? Or does it? Do these people keep on and keep on and keep on and eventually win? Or do they continue to be thwarted in their objective here of getting rid of Trump?

    Do they continue to be thwarted and lose and resort to more extreme measures, such as when does the resistance actually become violent? When does the resistance actually begin to look like Ferguson or Baltimore? Some of you are saying, “Rush, they’ve already done that. Remember the women’s march with the vagina hats after the election?” Yeah, that was a precursor. But that was born of the same hatred, the same disbelief, the same shock that Trump won, could not be, they didn’t get their way.

    People call it a childlike tantrum. It might have been childlike in terms of maturity, but it was by design, and it happened exactly as the planners and the participants it wanted to happen. They don’t think they’re making fools of themselves. They don’t think they are ineffective. They just haven’t found the silver bullet yet.

    It’s like believers in communism. Despite the fact it’s never worked, believers in socialism, despite the fact there’s no evidence that it ever creates anything like a utopia, they’re still searching for it. They’re still demanding it. They still believe it’s out there if only the right people and the right amount of money are combined at the same time.

    So where does all this lead, and how do all of these things that they’re destroying, how do they get fixed? And if this resistance actually becomes violent, what form does that take? Will these people mount an actual revolution that takes place other than on the airwaves via panel discussion on cable TV and the occasional out of control protest?

    Comment by Heliotrope — April 26, 2018 @ 12:06 pm - April 26, 2018

  6. Richard Grenell was finally just confirmed as our new ambassador to Germany.

    I just shed tears of joy after hearing about this. Literally. If you think that I won’t batter and Destroy every damn liberal gay I run into about this, you are mistaken, Libs.

    Shame on you, you damn liberal gays. Shame on you. Myopic single-issue voting Toadies for the Democrats. Idiots every single one of them. And that includes the leftist filth that comments on these threads.

    FYI, included in Richard’s long list of accomplishments is that he is a cancer survivor and a fighter.

    Please forgive the off-topic, thank you.

    Comment by Hanover — April 26, 2018 @ 5:10 pm - April 26, 2018

  7. If the FBI counterintelligence budget has been diverted to the Mueller’s goose-chase, the intel “community” will have an excuse when the next terrorist plot slips under the radar.

    They can claim that they’re underfunded.

    Helio touches on a couple of my hobbyhorses:

    1. The complete lack of accountability of people in government. Ann Coulter’s latest column mentions a few names on the long list of people killed by illegal immigrants mishandled by the bureaucracy (including judges).

    The penalty for their mistake? At worse, early retirement with a pension. The McCabe firing was an anomaly and he may sue for wrongful termination. Lois Lerner is closer to the norm.

    Add to that mega-screwups like wars and insurrections that cause, oh, the invasion of Europe and accompanying collateral damage. The perps remain in public life (Hillary, Tony Blair, Angela Merkel come to mind).

    2. The gutless “opposition”. Mark Steyn rants about this: no matter how off the wall and ridiculous the Democrats are, they mean business. And they’re ruthless.

    Meanwhile, the Republicans can’t keep themselves from kowtowing to the left and caving on everything – the latest being some bill to protect the Mueller scavenger hunt from hell.

    Trump may or may not be a target but the message is clear: associate with a politician not down with the scam and you’ll find yourself ruined. George III was Mr Rogers compared to today’s government.

    If the the b**tards had any integrity at all, they’d haul Mueller before Congress and demand to know what in hell we’re paying for.

    Reagan said that we were a people with a government, not the other way round. It ain’t so: they’re the ruling class and we’re sheep to he herded, controlled, and sheered to pay it.

    The story linked below is a twofer: illustrates the gummint mindset towards its unworthy subjects and how the proles pay a price far higher than any bureaucrat that gets someone killed. This guy is bearing a punishment far greater than anything HRC got for obvious felonies over the years.

    https://reason.com/archives/2018/04/25/chicago-debt-impound-cars-innocent

    Comment by KCRob — April 26, 2018 @ 7:07 pm - April 26, 2018

  8. Hi V the K,
    You say:”BTW: 71% of the FBI’s entire foreign counterintelligence budget has been diverted to Robert Mueller’s Deep State efforts to undermine and overthrow the president.”

    Your link: Retired military intelligence officer to radio guy: “According to my sources 71 percent of the FBI’s foreign counterintelligence budget has been diverted to focus only on what we’re talking about here, Clinton and The President.”

    So, what additional information do you have, V the K, that changes a Washington Times “CLAIM” into an actual “FACT”?

    Comment by Cas — April 26, 2018 @ 11:26 pm - April 26, 2018

  9. Funny that Cas demands facts in this case, but not when it comes to anything negative about a republican…because virtuous democrats, who believe there is NO objective truth, always deal in factualities. Give me a break, Cas. There have been no facts/evidence proving Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia, but you firmly believe it happened because Hillary and Obama say so…but for this, suddenly you need proof. I am so tired of hypocrisy.

    Comment by Tadford — April 27, 2018 @ 3:07 am - April 27, 2018

  10. I don’t understand why it seems that there’s an elect Hillary campaign on. … Still.

    Comment by TheQuietMan — April 27, 2018 @ 9:02 am - April 27, 2018

  11. Why do I have this creeping horror that if Trump isn’t impeached and removed from office (most of the useful idiots conveniently-forgot it’s a two-step political process) that the Deep State is battlefield prepping the electorate for a second do-over candidacy in 2020? The first was the do-over after she was pushed-aside by The Won in 2008.

    Comment by Ted B. (Charging Rhino) — April 27, 2018 @ 1:56 pm - April 27, 2018

  12. The noise and screeching sounds of desperation.They jump up and down and obscure the view. Why are they so desperate? They own the news media, big tech, academia and the entertainment media. They will win in the long run.( Cas be gentle with me in the reeducation camp, I am a old oilman) Their behaviour is irrational.

    Comment by Matthew the Oilman — April 27, 2018 @ 11:24 pm - April 27, 2018

  13. Hi Tadford,
    In answer to you–yes, I agree, there has been a lot of claims and not a lot of factual material concerning DT himself. Now, would you now consider agreeing with me that V the K has overstepped himself in his claim? Hypocrisy works both ways Tadford–it is one thing to complain about the behaviour you mention and another to not recognize or acknowledge it when the blogger of this site indulges in it himself.

    Comment by Cas — April 28, 2018 @ 1:43 pm - April 28, 2018

  14. Hypocrisy is everywhere and on every side. Our society seems to thrive on it. However, V the K’s evidence is no different than any other I have seen used by any blogger or facebooked or snap chatter. It doesn’t make him more or less right or hypocritical than anyone else. What’s good for the goose is good for the gander. However, what I think is different between him and you is motives behind what you do. You come here in the hope of silencing right wing/libertarian voices. You don’t want us to be able to dissent or find even arguable data for what we say. You really wish to silence us altogether in favor of your socialistic utopia that has proved over and again will never exist. A land where everyone believes in the same thing and is totally equal and has wonderful feelsies. So, I will not admit to V the K’s hypocrisy, which it is true, likely exists…but will continue to point out any liberal progressive’s hypocrisy because the motive behind it is not truth or freedom, but about complete and utter control

    Comment by Tadford — April 28, 2018 @ 2:35 pm - April 28, 2018

  15. That anybody would still think James Comey has any milligram of credibility left after that unprecedented string of ridiculous testimonies is…

    well, beyond me.

    Comment by Cyril J. — April 29, 2018 @ 9:30 am - April 29, 2018

  16. But they do, Cyril…and they are still going after Trump because of him

    Comment by Tadford — April 29, 2018 @ 10:41 am - April 29, 2018

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