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l suppose if you were a surgeon who wanted to commit suicide, you would stab yourself near your heart so that you would bleed out. In your own home.
Wake up America: this country has no rule of law except for the Deep State. The Clintons never forgive and never forget.
Dr. Dean Lorich, an orthopedic surgeon who volunteered in Haiti and exposed Clinton Foundation corruption and malpractice on the island, has been found dead in New York. He was 54.
Dr. Lorich was found by his 11-year-old daughter on the bathroom floor of his tony Upper East Side apartment with a knife in his chest at around 1pm on Monday.
The knife missed the surgeon’s heart, leaving him to bleed out and be found by his daughter. Despite the fact police were called to the property regarding an “assault“, they instantly registered the death as “suicide” and closed the case.
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Orange prison suits for a start. There are several members of the Obama Administration guilty of treason. Just ask Christopher Stevens.
Another polarizing issue for our country to digest. Reading comments about this murder shows two opinions:
2. Justifiable shooting because Mr. Shaver did not obey
I obviously believe this was a murder. Ask any law enforcement officer and they will tell you that you must submit and obey their instructions. No questions, no rights and in this case, no humanity. Officer Brailsford was found not guilty of second degree murder. What is the solution? The obvious solution is to take the “law” into the hands of the people. If law enforcement and the courts fail to protect us, what other recourse is there? If there are no consequences to bad behavior, it will continue and spread.
Is this an isolated incident? Will there be any consequences to this murder? Who will raise Mr. Shaver’s children? For those who believe opinion 2 above is correct, these questions are irrelevant. Until it happens to you or someone you love. The analogy between tyranny at a personal level vs. the national level should also be discussed. If this was a black or Hispanic man, would the consequences be different? For those who balk at this question, you should familiarize yourself with the Kate Steinle murder.
Would you obey as instructed by a law enforcement officer as shown above? That is not the real question that we should be asking. The real question is why would we ever have to be put into this situation by the police? I encourage everyone to get to know their local law enforcement officers and develop a relationship with them if possible. You will be surprised by the number of good officers and you will also learn which ones are like Mr. Brailsford.
It’s time for a Trump counteroffensive, but the window won’t be open for long.
Donald Trump’s candidacy posed problems for the government and its string-pullers. It repudiated their rule and vision, especially their foreign policy. Trump threatened a bipartisan consensus based on US global dominance and interventionism they had championed since World War II. He proposed improving relations with Russia and questioned the orthodoxy that had embroiled the US in conflicts across the Middle East and Northern Africa. Perpetual conflict has been the fountainhead for the Deep State’s funding and steady accretion of power.
Trump also posed a more immediate threat. As president, he would have access to troves of information, some of which could reveal skeletons in the establishment’s closet. His Attorney General would have the power to investigate and prosecute. Those dangers may well have been the primary cause of establishment hostility.
However, the powers that be didn’t expect Trump’s victory, one reason their response has been so weak. The FBI, NSA, CIA and the other agencies considered part of the intelligence community (IC), operate in the dark, away from journalistic, public, and political scrutiny. To mount its offensive against Trump, the IC had to emerge from the shadows.
From 2014. I often wonder how we made it this far.
h/t Joe Berlyak
I'm fucking censored but damn is this great! pic.twitter.com/UjAxUG4cFd
— Profit Of Facts (@profitoffacts) December 6, 2017
A jihadist has appeared in court charged with a terror plot to carry out an attack at 10 Downing Street and kill the prime minister…..See Theresa, appeasement gets you no where! pic.twitter.com/F1t4u5MsRW
— Jayda Fransen (@JaydaBF) December 6, 2017
The FBI is coming unglued and the only thing holding it together are the agents themselves, continuing to mask over the obvious and complete corruption within their ranks. Let me ask the average FBI agent this question: If I were in full knowledge of criminal activity at my workplace and did nothing, would I not be somewhat culpable in the crimes committed there? What if I knew that my boss was falsifying bank records to avoid paying federal and state income taxes? Should I just turn a blind eye, or contact either the FBI or the IRS? Just curious, because it doesn’t seem like there is any intention of the agents themselves, trained law enforcement personnel, to discover and expose or even take into custody any of the outright criminals within their ranks.
It is a well known axiom that there are always a few rotten apples that should not be allowed to spoil the whole bunch, but that is exactly what is taking place within federal law enforcement. The problem is, if there are only a few rotten apples, why haven’t the good apples exposed and deposed them? And, if they do not, does that not mean that there are no “good” apples in the bunch at all, but rather a bunch of bad apples covering for and refusing to confront the bad apples? I have always been suspicious of the idea that there are only a few bad apples. I think that is some sort of justification for doing nothing, but by doing nothing, the good apples are doing something. They are turning their backs on illegal activity for the sake of what? Their good name? Sorry, that is blown.
Philadelphia Democrats push to ban bulletproof Plexiglass that protects store employees in Liquor Stores because it represents an “Indignity”.
You can easily make a case that this is racism in Philadelphia. At the very least, it is stupidity. However, it is clear that their “leaders” are only representing race instead of constituents.