“Good morning, one and all. It’s a beautiful day and promises to be a bit warmer out here. And if you are feeling down, look at it this way: You’re not a prosecuting attorney who facepalmed on camera because your star witness admitted to attempted murder and perjury on the stand.”

November 09, 2021

The Morning Report – 11/9/21

—J.J. Sefton


Good morning, kids. Tuesday and there are a number of stories that taken together should scare the Biden out of you. Power, corruption and lies isn’t just a New Order album. It’s a way of life (both the title and group) for the junta that stole a national election and placed a desiccated, demented pervert/criminal in the White House. And now, despite a near constant stream of catastrophic policy failures that show no sign of abating, and the realization of same by even the lowest of the low-information crowd, said junta is clamping down on our collective esophagus while it’s own sphincter dilates to the size of the Superdome. 

First off the bat is their belief that laws are for the little people.

White House Deputy Press Secretary Karine Jean-Pierre said on Monday that the Biden [junta’s] message to businesses that fall under its vaccine mandate is that they “should not wait” to implement the measure despite a federal court ordering late last week that the mandate be paused due to possible “grave statutory and constitutional issues.”

The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals granted an emergency stay of the federal requirement for companies with 100 or more employees to mandate [Chinese] COVID vaccinations by January 4, 2022, or implement regular testing for workers.

Funny how when courts rule against red states vis a vis border and immigration policy, energy policy or even anti-vaccine mandate lawsuits and legislations, the preservation of “our sacred democracy” (spit) and the wise decisions of the judiciary must be respected. You know, I seem to recall in the not to distant past a certain well-known political figure, resembling Jabba the Hutt’s anal fistula, once declared: 

“I’m sick and tired of people who say that if you debate and disagree with this administration, somehow you’re not patriotic. We need to stand up and say we’re Americans, and we have the right to debate and disagree with any administration.”

Try telling that to the misdemeanor trespassers still being held as insurrectionists and terrorists in the Garland Archipelago for showing up to protest January 6th and making the mistake of following in through open Capitol doors to do nothing more harmful than gawk at the drapery and drop a few post-it notes on Pelosi’s desk. 
Or tell it to parents who show up at school board meetings to protest the mind-rape and rape-rape of their children, only to be labeled as racists and terrorists. 

Meanwhile the real racists, terrorists and insurrectionists are whitewashed (heh), or otherwise magically transmogrified into heroes, victims and patriots. Were it not for the fact that the ludicrous prosecutor and even more ludicrous “witnesses” at the Kyle Rittenhouse show trial just destroyed their case over the past two days, to say nothing of the video evidence from multiple angles proving beyond any doubt that he was acting in self-defense, this patriotic young man would be a victim of a Stalinist crucifixion. And considering the more than likely threats against the jurors, that fate may yet be in store for him.

Projection, baby. Pure projection. When no real enemies exist, invent them.

On Thursday, Hulu began streaming a documentary breathlessly entitled “The Informant: Fear and Faith in the Heartland,” narrated by that paragon of journalistic objectivity, George Stephanopoulos. “As homegrown extremist groups remain one of the greatest threats to the United States,” the teaser asserted, “George Stephanopoulos gives an exclusive look at the incredible true story of how an ordinary man from Kansas risked his and his family’s lives to stop a terror attack.”

Wonderful, right? But in touting the show, ABC News tweeted: “In 2016, four militia men were finalizing a plot to bomb the mosque and homes of Muslim refugees in a Kansas town. Authorities say it could have eclipsed the Oklahoma City bombing. But one of them was an FBI informant.” Or, as one Twitter user commented, “The FBI did a great job of stopping themselves yet again.” Was this another case of entrapment? Would the plot have existed at all without the informant’s role? Given the fiercely political use of the FBI by Merrick Garland’s Justice Department, these are important questions, but the answers may never be forthcoming.

Meanwhile, the FBI is currently pursuing�no fewer than 2,700 investigations of “domestic extremism,” more than twice the usual number of such investigations. The dramatic increase in investigations suggests, at least in a sane world, a response to a sharply increased threat, but Biden’s handlers have shown no evidence of a massive spike in “white supremacist” terrorism. . . 

. . . It’s just something we’re supposed to take their word for. Timothy Langan, the assistant director of the�FBI’s Counterterrorism Division, recently presented it to Congress as axiomatic: “It goes without saying that the threat from domestic terrorism is heightened and has significantly increased in the last 18 months”. . . 

. . . Rep. Rick Crawford (R-AR), a member of the counterterrorism and counterintelligence panel of the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence, recently observed: “Our concern is that the FBI, being a preeminent counterterrorism agency, along with the CIA [and NSA], that those assets could be turned inward to target U.S. citizens without a foreign nexus. You have people that are ramping up the rhetoric on domestic violent extremism�to sort of make the case for and essentially justify the misuse, potentially, of intelligence assets that are specifically authorized for foreign threats. We’re playing fast and loose with the definition of what constitutes a domestic terrorist, and that’s the danger of going down this road without the appropriate safeguards. We’re kind of treading on thin ice here with regard to just sort of cavalierly throwing this term around. I think we’ve gone a step too far — well beyond a step too far. I think this is dangerous.”

Indeed. We saw exactly that recently when Attorney General Merrick Garland directed the FBI to work with local law enforcement authorities on “strategies for addressing threats against school administrators, board members, teachers, and staff,” when the “threats” actually amounted to vociferous disagreement with the imposition of critical race theory and other elements of the woke agenda in public schools.

Despite drubbing the odious Terry McAuliffe last week specifically because of this, evidently the message isn’t sinking in.

An Arizona school board coordinated with the Chandler Police Department to gather information on concerned parent groups and arrest unmasked parents at school board meetings.

The Chandler Unified School District’s (CUSD) Director of School Safety was in communication with Sergeant Greg Howarth, a Chandler police officer, in April and May, as parents were protesting mandatory masking in schools, according to emails obtained by the blog “Not in our Schools.” Howarth was tasked with aggregating intelligence on local concerned parent groups, all of whom are adamantly opposed to Critical Race Theory-inspired curriculum being taught in the district. . . 

. . . According to the available emails, coordination between the police and CUSD began in April. The first emails available date to April 27, when Howarth crafted a strategy for CUSD board meetings. The police officer encouraged the president of the governing board to “cut the mic” for any parent that speaks without wearing a mask.

Howarth’s strategy included arresting parents for trespassing if they failed to comply with the district’s mask mandate.

“If someone doesn’t comply and you want them removed from the property let us know,” Howarth said. “If they fail to leave let us know that you want them trespassed and we can do that.”

Remember: #BacktheBlue. Not when they’re eager to make us black and blue I won’t. Not when they’re “just following orders.” And this is exactly where we are heading, my friends. 

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