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Against Judge Amy Coney Barrett

In her testimony to be confirmed the next U.S. Supreme Court Justice, Judge Amy Coney Barrett said she doesn’t have an “agenda,” and will judge cases based on the “law.”

Well, there are thousands and thousands of “laws” on the books that are unjust or bad laws, and they shouldn’t exist. I want judges who come to the side of the individual, who come to the side of whoever’s life the enforcement of such bad laws is criminally violating.

And of course that applies to unlawful, unconstitutional executive orders such as orders without due process by fascist governors that businesses must shut down, people must stay inside, people may not gather in groups, or that people must wear useless, ineffective masks that cause oxygen deprivation, anxiety and other psychological issues.

So, regarding terrible, unjust “laws” and unconstitutional executive orders issued by fascist governors and mayors, Judge Barrett sided with the other two schnooks in her three-judge panel of the 7th Circus approving Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker’s unconstitutional lockdown orders and limits on gatherings.

Judge Barrett sides with the government diktats here and opposes liberty, freedom of assembly, and due process. She also seems to go along with the official COVID narrative, a false narrative if there ever was one.

I want Supreme Court “Justices” who side with those who aren’t buying the official COVID narrative that the mainstream media morons have been propagandizing without question, just as we need those who aren’t buying the official 9/11 narrative or any other official narrative. People who understand that government bureaucrats are inherently liars and shouldn’t be believed.

Speaking of useless, ineffective masks, a recent CDC study found that 71% of patients testing positive for COVID-19 had “always” worn the masks, and 14% of the infected wore them “often.” Does Judge Barrett know this? (Probably not. She probably relies on mainstream “news” media for “news” while the real news gets further censored by Fakebook and Twitter. But I digress.

As Chuck Baldwin noted, based on her previous opinions it looks like Judge Barrett will rubber-stamp the COVID police state and forced vaccines, and probably the surveillance state as well, i.e. obediently rubber-stamping the government against our rights and civil liberties. Because gullible Amy is a typical “good citizen” who believes what the government and its bureaucrats tell us, as repeated by the mainstream media morons.

They’re mostly the same, these statists, and their decisions can be predictable. (As I wrote in December of 2018 regarding the swamp creature AG Bill Barr, there will not be any indictments of Comey, Brennan, Clapper, Yates, McCabe, etc., at least I am not holding my breath. And it looks like I was right.)

What we really need is to abolish the “Supreme” Court, i.e. Supreme Bureaucrats, because a society dependent on the word of 9 robed apparatchiks as far as whether people may or may not live their lives freely and unmolested by bureaucrats and their armed goons is a society of “sheeple.”

But, if we must have a U.S. “Supreme” Court, we would be better off if they erred on the side of the individual, and on the side of one’s rights as recognized by the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights, and on the side of one’s justly owned property.

Instead, we have apparatchiks who err on the side of the State, and who don’t want to “second guess” the wise judgment of the police, as well as the CIA, NSA and all those other agencies that are not authorized by the U.S. Constitution to begin with.

For example, if a case is a lawsuit by an individual against the CIA for violating the rights of the individual, I want the “Supreme” Court Justice to rule that the CIA was not even authorized by the Constitution in the first place, and that it be abolished. Throw the case out! (Of course, the obedient sheeple who are indoctrinated to believe that the “national security” bureaucrats in Washington have the interests of the people at heart would go nuts if their beloved CIA or NSA were let go.)

And also, in many cases it shouldn’t matter what the details of the case are. For instance, if there is a dispute between an individual and the IRS, it doesn’t matter what specific bureaucratic laws have been disobeyed by the individual serf, or the details of the case. The Justice should recognize the criminality of an agency demanding someone’s funds or earnings in the absence of a voluntary contract, or demanding one’s private, personal information such as one’s employment or compensation matters that are none of the government’s business. If the U.S. Constitution needs to be cited, then it doesn’t even matter if the dubious 16th Amendment authorizes an income theft and an IRS. The unconstitutionality of the IRS racket and its bureaucrats can be cited by the “Justice” by bringing up the Fourth and Fifth Amendments, and the Ninth Amendment as well.

And the “War on Drugs” needs to be “overturned” as well. The “Supreme” Court upheld the government police breaking into someone’s home, terrorizing the people there and arresting and abducting them, because the police smelled marijuana and/or heard the toilet flushing. An 8-1 decision with the “liberals” (except Ruth Bader Ginsburg) joining the majority of the authoritarian neanderthals. They’re useless.

All laws and government bureaucracies intruding into the people’s private decisions regarding what they ingest are unjust laws. Who owns your body? If you own your body then you decide and control what you may or may not, or will or will not, put into your own body. Prohibition laws violate your right of self-ownership. This also applies to forced vaccine mandates as well.

But if the government owns “your” body, then of course the government decides for you and controls what you may or may not put into “your” body as well as the government may inflict whatever “medicines” including vaccines (or whatever poisons it chooses to call “medicine”) into you, involuntarily.

What kind of “Supreme” Court Justice would approve of such a society, such a life of serfdom to live? That’s not the kind of “Justice” I would want on a “Supreme” Court.

Replace Judge Amy Coney Barrett as a nominee, who says she “has no agenda,” with someone who does have an agenda, one that protects the individual from the criminal intrusions of the rulers, bureaucrats and armed police.

Law Enforcement Officers Must Disobey Unlawful Orders

Retired Sheriff Richard Mack is founder and president of the Constitutional Sheriffs and Peace Officers Association. He was interviewed by Dr. Joseph Mercola and some of the discussion included the sheriffs’ oath to obey the U.S. Constitution, especially in regards to the unconstitutional orders that mayors and governors have been inflicting on their respective citizens, i.e. serfs, to wear masks, socially distance or be forbidden to gather in groups of certain numbers.

Sheriff Mack mentions the importance of the officials’ oath to the U.S. Constitution (and to their respective state constitutions).

Law enforcement officers recite several different oaths when they are sworn in, I believe.

According to the International Association of Chiefs of Police, the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor reads: “On my honor, I will never betray my integrity, my character or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always maintain the highest ethical standards and uphold the values of my community, and the agency I serve.”

The city of Phoenix law enforcement officers, for instance, also recite the following oath: “I (state your name), do solemnly swear (or affirm), that I will support the Constitution of the United States, and the Constitution and laws of the State of Arizona, that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same, and defend them against enemies, foreign and domestic, and that I will faithfully and impartially discharge, the duties of a peace officer, to the best of my ability, so help me God.”

Many U.S. local law enforcement officers recite the same or similar oaths.

And when it comes to the U.S. military, as I wrote in this article,

All U.S. military enlistees swear or affirm an oath to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic,” to “bear true faith and allegiance to the same … according to regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice…”

Now, the Uniform Code of Military Justice, or Title 10 U.S. Code Chapter 47, indicates that military personnel must obey “lawful” orders. For example, if accused of “willfully disobeying a lawful command of his superior commissioned officer,” a serviceman may be punished accordingly. And if accused of “willfully disobeying the lawful order of a warrant officer, noncommissioned officer, or petty officer,” a serviceman may be punished accordingly. And the law specifically states that one who “violates or fails to obey any lawful general order or regulation,” or who has “knowledge of any other lawful order issued by a member of the armed forces, which it is his duty to obey, fails to obey the order,” the serviceman may be punished accordingly.

Note how military personnel must obey “lawful” orders. Therefore they are not legally obligated to obey unlawful orders, by superior officers, or even by the President of the United States.

Of course, as I also noted, that would mean that all U.S. government officials, law enforcement officials and U.S. military personnel who swore an oath to support, defend and obey the U.S. Constitution are obligated to support, defend and obey ALL parts of the Constitution. And I believe that would especially apply to the Bill of Rights, the first ten Amendments to the U.S. Constitution, which recognize some of the rights that people naturally have prior to the formation of the government that may not be violated by government officials.

In the aforementioned interview of Sheriff Richard Mack, Sheriff Mack states, “The place we start is the Declaration of Independence … So, we teach all that…And then we go into the Bill of Rights. I’m telling you, if our peace officers in this country understand that quote, ‘To secure these rights, governments are instituted among men,’ right from the Declaration of Independence, we find what the proper role of government is, and that is to secure God given rights, natural rights, our innate rights. That is the job of every peace officer in this country.”

That means that our government police and other officials may not violate our rights to the freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom from religion, the right to assembly and the right to criticize the government, the right of self-defense and the right to keep and bear arms, the right to be secure in our homes, persons, papers and effects, the right to be free from suspicion-less searches and seizures, the right to due process, the right to be free from government stealing our property, the right to be protected from false accusation with the right to face one’s accuser and require that accusers present evidence against the accused, the right to trial by a jury of one’s peers, the right to be free of cruel and unusual punishment, etc.

The Bill of Rights also includes the 9th and 10th Amendments.

The Ninth Amendment: “The enumeration in the Constitution, of certain rights, shall not be construed to deny or disparage others retained by the people.”

In my view, we have many rights besides the ones I just mentioned, too many to be specifically enumerated in the Bill of Rights. All those more specific rights are within the general category of self-ownership, and are under the general rights mentioned in the Declaration of Independence, the rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.

And the Tenth Amendment: “The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution, nor prohibited by it to the states, are reserved to the states respectively, or to the people.” (See the Tenth Amendment Center.)

Now, while Sheriff Mack referred to the mask mandates being unconstitutional especially because they are not actual laws but only “executive orders” by governors and mayors, and therefore should not be enforced by law enforcement officers, I wanted to briefly address the riots, assaults, acts of arson and looting in the cities that are referred to by very dishonest people in politics and the media as “peaceful protests” regardless of the rioters’ destroying those cities.

If a mayor, governor, or even a police chief orders a law enforcement officer to “stand down,” and not arrest someone clearly seen committing criminal acts of property destruction, assaulting others, setting fires to buildings, looting and stealing, then clearly such a “stand down” order is an unlawful order, because it is telling officers to stand by and be a witness to crimes but not intervene, thus making the officer aiding and abetting such criminal activities, in my view.

Such an officer obeying unlawful orders is thus violating at the very least the Law Enforcement Oath of Honor, which I quoted above, and will repeat here: “On my honor, I will never betray my integrity, my character or the public trust. I will always have the courage to hold myself and others accountable for our actions. I will always maintain the highest ethical standards and uphold the values of my community, and the agency I serve.”

I will leave it up to you to determine whether a law enforcement officer is violating his oaths by standing by and not arresting rioters who are clearly engaged in violent, criminal activities, hurting people and destroying property and burning down buildings and businesses and stealing away the livelihoods of the people who own and built those businesses and employ others in the community.

And in regards to police chiefs, mayors, governors or the President of the United States issuing unlawful, unconstitutional orders for law enforcement officers or other government officials which violate the constitutionally-protected rights of the people, the Oath Keepers, an organization of current and former military personnel and law enforcement officers, lists the following unlawful, unconstitutional orders they pledge to not obey (each item continues with a historical context on that page):

1. We will NOT obey any order to disarm the American people…

2. We will NOT obey any order to conduct warrantless searches of the American people, their homes, vehicles, papers, or effects – such as warrantless house-to house searches for weapons or persons…

3. We will NOT obey any order to detain American citizens as “unlawful enemy combatants” or to subject them to trial by military tribunal…

4. We will NOT obey orders to impose martial law or a “state of emergency” on a state, or to enter with force into a state, without the express consent and invitation of that state’s legislature and governor…

5. We will NOT obey orders to invade and subjugate any state that asserts its sovereignty and declares the national government to be in violation of the compact by which that state entered the Union…

6. We will NOT obey any order to blockade American cities, thus turning them into giant concentration camps…

7. We will NOT obey any order to force American citizens into any form of detention camps under any pretext…

8. We will NOT obey orders to assist or support the use of any foreign troops on U.S. soil against the American people to “keep the peace” or to “maintain control” during any emergency, or under any other pretext. We will consider such use of foreign troops against our people to be an invasion and an act of war…

9. We will NOT obey any orders to confiscate the property of the American people, including food and other essential supplies, under any emergency pretext whatsoever…

10. We will NOT obey any orders which infringe on the right of the people to free speech, to peaceably assemble, and to petition their government for a redress of grievances…

And that declaration of disobeying unlawful orders applies whether such orders are issued by superior officers such as police chiefs, or executives such as mayors, governors, or the President of the United States.

Law enforcement officers are obligated to obey the Constitution above obeying the President and other officers.

Ron Paul on Unconstitutional Lockdowns and Trump “Downplaying” COVID-19

Ron Paul and Daniel McAdams discuss the recent ruling in Pennsylvania calling the governor’s COVID hysteria shutdown “unconstitutional.”

On the YouTube page:

A federal judge in Pennsylvania yesterday blew the top off of the massive authoritarian over-reach by governors throughout the country, ruling that Pennsylvania’s governor and state health official violated the US Constitution in exercising what it claimed were “emergency powers” in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Will the judge’s ruling begin to break down the wall of authoritarianism in the US? Also today, the state of Texas has employed shockingly inaccurate and shoddy testing and reporting methods, resulting in policy decisions being made without accurate information. As even the New York Times has noticed deep problems in Texas, state health authorities are rushing to clean up the mess they’ve made of things. With new and more accurate numbers showing far fewer infections, will the governor finally lift his tyrannical restrictions on Texans?

And they also discuss the CIA asset Bob Woodward’s recent revelation that Trump “downplayed” the seriousness of the COVID-19, for which Trump is being criticized by the brain-dead news media commentariat.

From the YouTube page:

Last week’s bombshell that President Trump told WaPo writer Bob Woodward he was trying to “downplay” the coronavirus so as to not panic the population resulted in the usual hysteria from the president’s critics. Was it an incredibly reckless and dangerous approach…or did it make good sense? Plus in today’s Liberty Report: New poll shows America is sick of Fauci – is it a surprise? Also, panic over the “casedemic” continues as US hospitals empty for lack of Covid patients. Still the scaremongering continues in the media.

A Debate Between Two of NH Gov. Sununu’s Republican Primary Opponents

The Republican governor of New Hampshire, Chris Sununu, is considered by freedom lovers to be a tyrant who has abused his office especially when ordering businesses closed and causing economic chaos and job losses, much like the fascists in many other states, based on the scamdemic that we are still suffering. Sununu’s latest act of fascism was ordering the people of New Hampshire to have to wear masks on their faces if in gatherings of over 100 people, despite the studies which show that the face masks do not prevent the transmission of viruses and in fact could cause harm to the individual.

As I have mentioned previously, Sununu has two opponents in the Republican primary this September 8th, Nobody and Karen Testerman. I had written about Nobody, who had his name legally changed to Nobody, in this post.

There was a debate between Nobody and Testerman and, while Chris Sununu was invited to participate, he decided to snub his opponents. The debate between the two opponents was moderated by Mark Edge of Free Talk Live.

The two primary opponents discussed government schools, the drug war, COVID and Sununu’s fascist business closures, recent riots and violence in the cities in Amerika, and the possibility of New Hampshire state secession.

It certainly was a good debate and discussion. Very good points made by both candidates.

Besides Sunono’s fascism with COVID, he is also an anti-freedom-of-speech, anti-private-property, anti-freedom-of-association SJW in his signing the bills banning “discrimination” based on gender identity, and banning so-called “conversion therapy.” So the governor believes there are thought crimes which must be punished. He signed the bills only weeks before his previous reelection as governor in 2018. Conservatives who don’t know about that might want to consider ousting Sunono for those reasons as well as COVID fascism.

More Articles on the Banana Republic of USSA

Ryan McMaken: The Constitution failed.

Raul Diego: Israel Defense Ministry Launches COVID-19 Voice Test for Americans.

Wesley Smith: Doctors Killed Quadriplegic Man With Coronavirus Because They Said He Had No “Quality of Life”. (A sign of things to come under “single payer,” “universal health care,” etc.?)

Bill Sardi: 29-Times More People Will Die Of Lockdown Measures Than From The Covid-19 Coronavirus Itself

Zero Hedge: Chill Out: Study Finds Easily-Triggered People Make Terrible Employees.

Jacob Hornberger: Weak Libertarian Solutions to America’s Healthcare Crisis

And Thomas DiLorenzo: Why another book on Lincoln?

Some Remaining Rational Thought in USSA Amerika

Brandon Smith responds to Salon’s anti-freedom-of-speech idiocy.

Robert Wenzel: The Harvard law professor who wants to ban homeschooling, and What Noam Chomsky gets wrong about the COVID-19 crisis and capitalism.

Jacob Hornberger: Depoliticize the statues

Thomas DiLorenzo compares the “Civil War” era with today.

Richard Ebeling: Ad hominems against freedom.

Charles Burris: Statue of abolitionist Frederick Douglass vandalized in New York.

Michael Rozeff asks, Is refusal to talk to contact tracers a crime?

Lew Rockwell: Riots — Not fun or profit for the rest of us.

Laurence Vance: Democrats, Republicans, and the Constitution.

Jacob Sullum: Breonna Taylor and the moral bankruptcy of drug prohibition.

Independent Institute: Best books on the folly of socialism.

Karl Dierenbach: ‘Flattening The Curve’ has become a massive bait and switch.

Donald Boudreaux: Another open letter to Peter Navarro.

Zero Hedge: Ghislaine Maxwell “knows everything” and “will be naming names”, former Epstein associate says.

Dr. Joseph Mercola with a comprehensive article on the importance of Vitamin D.

And Karen Selick: The two sides to the vaccine safety debate.

Treasonous Donald: Unleashing Military Against the People

Donald Trump has threatened to send the U.S. military into the cities to deal with the rioting and looting going on by antifa and other elements in this apparently planned nationwide coordinated event that is supposedly in the name of George Floyd the victim murdered by a cop in Minneapolis.

Trump stated: “If a city or a state refuses to take the actions that are necessary to defend the life and property of their residents … then I will deploy the United States military and quickly solve the problem for them.”

As Jacob Hornberger pointed out, U.S. military are trained to shoot to kill, which they will do if ordered to do so. They do not question the orders. Unfortunately we have a very authoritarian President who doesn’t understand the Bill of Rights and due process even though he himself has been the victim of government apparatchiks violating his rights to due process!

We already have had many constitutional violations against the people committed by the governors and mayors who have ordered businesses shut down without any due process or any good reason, and dictated many other intrusions into the lives and economic activity of the people. Now a military invasion of the cities?

Military are trained to shoot to kill and are trained to leave their consciences at the door. And these days local and state police and other policing agencies have shown their lack of understanding of due process and the very freedom that America is supposedly all about.

For instance, Target Liberty reposted a tweet and video from Jack Posobiec, an alleged “alt-right” “Republican political operative,” who had posted the video from tweeter GoodNightHarlem. The video is by some people filming from their own home, just outside on their front porch, supposedly. And a bunch of supposedly Minneapolis National Guard (but looks to me like local police) go by on the street, supposedly enforcing a government-imposed curfew even though there is obviously no protest activity going on in that presumably quiet neighborhood. The government nazi goon thugs then order the people who are on their own property to go inside. The loudmouth government scum are yelling at them to get inside. (One says, “Light ’em up!”) And then the nazi neanderthal thug goons start shooting at the people! Wenzel at Target Liberty says those are “rubber bullets” (and the original tweeter, GoodNightHarlem, says it’s “paint canisters”) like that justifies the street criminals’ unwarranted violence against innocent people.

I went to that Posobiec tweet to see the comments by the people who read Posobiec’s Twitter. It was unbelievable just how ignorant some of the commenters are in their assuming that the people being fired upon were a part of any protest or rioting. KSauce writes: “think everyone had their chance to protest peacefully. They blew it” And Mrs. Horton writes: “Good that is what needs to happen. Saving lives.”

And we see just how the authoritarian people on the “right” are just like their counterparts on the left. Red-Pilled Dark Helmet says: “Got what they deserved.” Kelly T cheers: “About time. Good. There is NO RESPECT for rules or laws. This needs to change.”

Well excuse me, Kelly T, but the people who have no respect for rules or laws (such laws being the U.S. Constitution) are those violent antifa-like government goons, nazis and marauders who swore an oath to support and defend said Constitution.

But at least some people have some understanding and some level of decency, including Libertarian Redhead, who writes: “It shouldn’t have happened but those Jewish people should have just gotten on the cattle cars like they were told the first time. This is what you sound like.”

Exactly, Libertarian Redhead.

Continuing with the ignorant, authoritarian sheeple. Joshua says, “If you listen carefully you can hear ‘light em up’ we’re finally getting some law and order.”

Obviously, Joshua’s view of “law and order” is the antifa view. They lit up the stores and businesses in the cities with their arson crimes. And U.S. military lit up Iraqi cities and towns and murdered hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians. So let’s have that here in US of A as well! Yayyyyy!

But when officials like the President order the military to go after their own people, and fire into crowds or shooting at peaceful people on their own property, such officials are acting treasonously.

Article III, Section 3 of the United States Constitution defines Treason:

Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying war against them, or in adhering to their enemies, giving them aid and comfort. No person shall be convicted of treason unless on the testimony of two witnesses to the same overt act, or on confession in open court.

The Congress shall have power to declare the punishment of treason, but no attainder of treason shall work corruption of blood, or forfeiture except during the life of the person attainted.

While authoritarians view “Treason against the United States…” as citizens acting disloyally against the government and disobeying government and police orders, the Founding Fathers wrote in the above definition of Treason as the opposite of that: government officials and their enforcers acting disloyally and making war against their own people.

More specifically, if the enforcers or soldiers of the government use the apparatus of war (i.e. guns here) against the people (as seen in the video above), that is an act of Treason as defined in the Constitution. In the above video, we are not talking about government enforcers or soldiers firing upon dangerous criminals, we are talking about people standing on their own property acting peacefully.

If Trump uses the U.S. military for domestic purposes, he will be unleashing murderous brutality and Treason like we haven’t experienced in America, at least not since the time of Lincoln.

And by the way, as Jacob Hornberger noted in this past article, the Founders were opposed to having a standing army, because they knew that would be the apparatus of tyranny by future authoritarian anti-liberty Presidents. And instead the Founders wrote the 2nd Amendment into the Constitution to protect the right of the people to keep and bear arms not just to protect themselves from criminals like arsonists burning down their businesses or murderers, rapists and marauders, but to resist government tyranny.

State of the Union, Iowa, and Impeachment: Slow News Week

What a “slow news week” this has been. The Super-Duper Bowl, the failed Iowa caucuses with more cheating by the Undemocratic Party, the impeachment farce, and The Donald’s State of the Union. There is so much to address here, it’s slightly overwhelming.

First, the Trump State of the Onion, in which Trump “snubbed” Nancy Lugosi by not shaking her hand, although supposedly he didn’t shake Mike Pence’s hand either. So who knows whether he did that intentionally.

And Nancy wasn’t ripping up Trump’s speech, by the way, it was another copy of the Constitution. Probably the 203rd copy that she’s shredded by now (along with Trump, of course).

So, within one or two days after Rush Limbaugh announced to his loyal, obedient ditto-heads that he has advanced lung cancer, Trump used the State of the Union speech to present Limbaugh with the “Presidential Medal of Freedom.” Past recipients have included Georgia O’Keefe, Norman Rockwell, Gregory Peck, Walt Disney, Martha Raye, Kirk Douglas, and Edward R. Murrow. Now Rush Limbaugh.

I don’t know. “Freedom”? Limbaugh pushed and propagandized for the two Bush wars in Iraq and most other Republican-instigated wars, he’s been a vicious and ignorant anti-immigration police statist, a drug warrior police statist, and a promoter of the evil national security state. So, I personally would not give this guy a “Medal of Freedom”!

Trump also had Venezuelan opposition leader Juan Guaidó as a guest at the State of the Union. Why? Guaidó is a product of  U.S. regime change, that’s why. You see, despite his “Drain the Swamp” routine, deep down Trumpo loves the national security state and loves foreign interventionism! Don’t believe his “Drain the Swamp” mantra. He’s FOS.

And Trump criticizes “socialism” in Venezuela? Has Juan Guaidó ever said a thing about WHY the empty store shelves in Venezuela, the long lines, mass starvation and death in Venezuela, those being a result of the Maduro regime’s seizure of the means of food production and distribution? No, he has not. Government ownership of the means of production i.e. socialism causes distortions and over-supplies or shortages. But then, Guaidó himself is much more opposed to Maduro than to Maduro’s actual socialist policies and is no fan of free market reforms, just like The Donald!

Also this week were the Iowa Caucuses. It might as well be called the Iowa Carcasses because these caucuses are really another farce, just like the 3-year impeachment crusade.

Mayor Pete Butthead already declared himself the winner of the Carcasses before the results were announced. How do you like that? And Mayor Butthead’s campaign donated to the firm whose app failed in Iowa and caused delays in the voting results. Hmm. Is the fix in, Butthead?

And, with Mayor Butthead winning “random” coin tosses to get delegates, maybe “#Mayor Cheat” really is appropriate for this guy. So, besides being a fascist and an Afghanistan warmonger, this Mayor Butthead is very shady character.

So it looks like Butthead “won” the Undemocratic Carcasses in Iowa, with Bernie Ward Bernie Madoff Bernie Sanders as a close second. Liawatha was #3, I think, and “Senile Joe” was a distant 4th. Amy Klawbutcher, Andrew Yankee and Mike Doomberg were way at the end. (Does it matter? Like Trump, they all suck.)

Incidentally, speaking of impeachments and indictments, should Andrew Yankee be charged with bribery, given that he actually IS bribing the American people to vote for him by paying them $1,000 a month if he wins? He knows he can’t win the election without bribing people, given that he has no qualifications whatsoever.

And Mayor Doom-and-Gloomberg, besides his climate hysteria and his wanting to control how much sugary drinks people are allowed to have, he also wants to tax poor people to nudge them into “making the right choices.” What a real low-life, this guy! So does this mean will we then have another billionaire bozo buying another election?

And also this week, the end of the U.S. Senate’s trial of Trump in the two House impeachment articles. Is it really “The End”? Or will Pelosi, Nadler and Soviet Schiff make up new articles of impeachment and put everyone through the same thing all over again?

I’ve never seen so much pathological HATRED for someone like these Undemocrats hate Trump! (I don’t blame them, however.)

After colluding with national security bureaucrats of the CIA and FBI to falsely frame up Trump and his cohorts in a “Collusions with Russia to steal the 2016 election” scheme, none of which ever happened, the Undemocrats tried but failed to impeach Trump based on non-criminal phone calls that were taken out of context in the loony-tunes’ crusade to steal the 2020 election and blame Trump for their own cheating and shenanigans.

The members of the Undemocratic Party were accusing the Trump administration of blocking White House staff or former staff such as John Bolton from appearing as witnesses, so the Haters were calling it a “sham” trial. Excuse me, but shams are what the Undemocrats are all about! Just like the Rethuglicans. They’re all the same!

Supposedly, Republicans were blocked from questioning witnesses at the House impeachment hearings, chairman Adam “Soviet” Schiff directed witnesses to not answer certain questions, and Rethugs were also not allowed to bring on their own witnesses, such as Hunter Biden etc. So, the House hearings were a sham as well, if those allegations are true. But what definitely is true is that the liar Adam Soviet Schiff made up a fake phone call transcript that he tried to make people think was the actual transcript. Lying, corrupt apparatchiks are good at fraud and slander, apparently.

At the end of the Senate trial, Willard “Mitt” Romney was the only Republican voting to convict Trump of “Abuse of Power.” Sadly, the actual crimes that Trump commits on a daily basis, the war crimes with the murderous drone strikes that he has authorized since January 20, 2017, the continued U.S. military occupations of countries where they have no right or constitutional authority to be, are the actual crimes committed by U.S. Presidents that Romney supports, as a committed warmonger, pathological interventionist, and True Believer in “American Exceptionalism,” i.e. moral relativism.

Romney says he’s a “religious” man, yet his real god is his mirror! In all my years of observing politics and government, I’ve never seen any politician as fake and phony as this Romney scum. Like the Undemocrats, he just HATES Trump, and probably because Trump is where Romney has wanted to be ever since George Romney ran for President! Willard is drooling and dripping with ENVY! We’ll have to get the Capitol Hill janitors to clean up after him!

As governor of Massachusetts Willard inflicted “RomneyCare” onto the people of that state, the model for ObamaCare, and he spent most of his last year as governor, 2006, outside of Massachusetts already starting his campaigning for President. And talk about corrupt, with his aides taking computers or hard drives from the Massachusetts State House as he vacated the premises when his term was finished. What were you covering up, Willard? The conniving and scheming in concocting “RomneyCare” with Ted Kennedy? Scum. I warned the people of Utah, yup, I sure did.

So what’s next, New Hampshire primary cheating? Super-Duper Tuesday shenanigans? (Probably.)

News and Commentary

Brandon Smith: The war pigs are finally revealing themselves.

Antiwar.com: Defense Sec. Esper saw no evidence that embassies were under threat.

Nathan Robinson on how to avoid swallowing war propaganda.

Becky Akers: An embarrassment of embassies.

Target Liberty with an article on FBI spying on domestic American organizations, including CATO Institute and Campaign for Liberty.

Jacob Hornberger says the U.S. is Assassination Nation.

Andrew Bacevich: America has a Samson problem.

John Vibes: Trump brags about selling U.S. troops to Saudi Arabia.

Brett Wilkins: Report: U.S. drone strike kills 60 Afghan civilians and a Taliban commander.

Karen Kwiatkowski asks, Plan E?

David Stockman: The Donald’s assassination of Gen. Soleimani – as stupid as it gets.

William Anderson: The federal “crimes” of the college admissions scandal aren’t real crimes.

Laurence Vance asks, Why do Christian groups support anti-Christian legislation?, and has an article on unlibertarian libertarianism.

Jeff Deist has some thoughts on Tyler Cowen’s “State Capacity Libertarianism.”

Craig Murray: Lies, the Bethlehem Doctrine, and the illegal murder of Soleimani.

Sheldon Richman: Trump’s escalation imperils innocents.

Gareth Porter: Pompeo’s Gulf of Tonkin incident.

Daniel Lazare asks, Who created the Persian Gulf tinderbox?

The Last Refuge asks, Has Trump forgotten about the declassification material he delayed then deferred?

Fox Business with an article on Hunter Biden linked to 2016 identity theft involving deceased brother.

Jason Ditz: Pompeo’s falsehood-laden briefing echoed uncritically by media outlets.

Max Blumenthal: Iraqi PM reveals Soleimani was on peace mission when assassinated, exploding Trump’s lie of ‘imminent attacks’.

Jim Webb asks, When did it become acceptable to kill a top leader of a country we aren’t at war with?

Jack Cashill: Ukrainian 752 shoot-down mirrors fate of TWA 800.

Walter Williams: The new racism.

And Ira Katz on gratitude, and Greta Thunberg.