15 thoughts on “News/Politics 1-30-23

  1. It’s sad that these women were murdered by police, and no one in authority cares. And now a doctor who tried to save one of them has been charged for doing the right thing.

    Everything they told you is pretty much a lie.


    This is video of police murdering Roseanne Boyland.

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  2. The fix has always been in. No Trump supporter was ever gonna get a fair trial in DC’s squalid judicial system.

    As always, some animals are more equal than others.

    Release the tapes Republicans.

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  3. Look Mama, there’s that man again.

    Orchestrated it, admits it, never charged because he’s a fed plant in a fed op.

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  4. Biden is dirty.

    And our govt is complicit.

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  5. Huh. Go figure.

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  6. But white supremacy and racism are the problem?

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  7. But no mean tweets, right?

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  8. Of course they did. That’s what traitors do.

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  9. More Jan6 lies exposed.

    “Police Injured by ‘Friendly Fire’ on January 6

    Newly released evidence proves police officers were gassed by “friendly fire” on January 6, 2021.

    Did that include Brian Sicknick?”


    “A New Jersey man will be sentenced on Friday for his participation in the events of January 6, 2021. Julian Khater, 33, faces up to eight years in prison for allegedly using pepper spray against three police officers, including the late Brian Sicknick, that afternoon.

    Khater and his friend, George Tanios, were arrested in March 2021 in connection with the alleged assault. After spending more than 18 months in a fetid D.C. jail under pretrial detention orders—Judge Thomas Hogan repeatedly denied attempts by his family to post bail—Khater pleaded guilty to assaulting police officers with a dangerous weapon. (Tanios rejected numerous plea offers on the same charges; prosecutors finally dropped the assault counts, and he pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors.)

    The Justice Department’s case was flimsy from the start, which I explained shortly after the pair’s arrest. Khater and Tanios are nothing more than human props to sustain arguably the biggest falsehood related to January 6—that Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick was killed in the line of duty. Even though a coroner concluded Sicknick died of two strokes caused by a blood clot near his brain, his death is still shamefully exploited by everyone from Joe Biden to congressional Democrats and even Sicknick’s own loved ones.

    Capitol police announced Sicknick’s passing on January 7, 2021, with claims he was “injured while physically engaging with protesters.” Donald Trump and his supporters were immediately branded as cop killers.

    The story, however, kept changing. First, the New York Times reported Sicknick had been bludgeoned to death by a fire extinguisher. After the paper retracted that story in February 2021, the media, no doubt prompted by the Justice Department, suggested Sicknick died of an allergic reaction to chemical spray.

    In an attempt to salvage the credibility of its first bogus account, the Times published another lengthy report in March 2021 with cherry-picked clips and screenshots designed to reenact the assault. “New videos obtained by The New York Times show publicly for the first time how the U.S. Capitol Police officer who died after facing off with rioters on Jan. 6 was attacked with chemical spray.”

    But body camera footage from a D.C. Metropolitan police officer on duty that day raises serious doubts about the government’s claims and the Times’ face-saving story about what happened to Sicknick. In fact, the video shows how police, not protesters, gassed their fellow officers with chemical spray. Stricken officers, including Sicknick, appear to seek aid and shelter from the toxic gas, causing the collapse of a security line on the west side of the building.

    This six-minute clip from Officer Daniel Thau’s body camera shows the accidental discharge of a 40-millimeter canister of a chemical irritant around 2:25 p.m. on January 6. Thau ordered Officer Richard Khoury to aim a launcher with the canister at protesters assembled on scaffolding erected for Biden’s inauguration. “Fire it up in the air,” Thau instructed Khoury. “Just f@#$%ing shoot.”

    But Khoury misfired. “What the @#$%?” he asked. A large cloud of chemical powder fell short of the scaffolding and instead enveloped a crowd of officers standing on the northern end of the west side of the Capitol. Officers coughed and gasped for air; some were bent over in pain.

    The gas cloud quickly traveled southward to where Sicknick was stationed, propelled by a brisk 18-mile-per-hour wind out of the north in Washington on January 6.

    Prosecutors claim Khater sprayed Sicknick at around 2:23 p.m., but the evidence, just like everything in the January 6 saga, is dubious at best. Darren Beattie at Revolver News carefully disassembled both the Times’ reporting and the government’s evidence. “[From] the moment Khater raises a spray canister onward, there is not a single moment in which Khater appears in the same video frame as Officer Sicknick,” Beattie wrote in March 2021.

    That’s because, according to a separate choppy video released by the government in April 2021, Sicknick left that area and headed north—presumably walking straight into the drifting chemical cloud produced by Khoury’s launcher.

    Sicknick is then photographed bent over near inaugural scaffolding, the same area where officers quickly advanced up a set of stairs to seek fresh air on the upper west terrace after Khoury’s misfire.

    It just happened to be the exact location where Sicknick is also seen on surveillance video recovering from the effects of chemical spray and rinsing his eyes with bottled water about two minutes after Khoury’s misfire.

    The Times’ March 2021 also suggested Khater’s “attack” on law enforcement caused many officers to abandon the secure perimeter. “The attack on Officer Sicknick and his colleagues comes at a key moment. Within five minutes, the police line collapses, officers retreat into the Capitol and rioters gain control over the west side of the building.”

    Except that’s not accurate. Testimony by a top Capitol Police official this month confirmed it was the misfire by Officer Khoury that led to the collapse of the police line, which at the time was successfully keeping the crowd away from the building:”

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  10. Was Hunter selling classified docs to America’s enemies?

    Sure looks like it. And where did he get said docs?

    You know the answer.


    “Miranda Devine buries revelations extracted from Hunter Biden’s laptop inside today’s New York Post column ostensibly devoted to public opinion on the Biden classified documents matter. Devine observes that “[t]here are several clues on the laptop that Hunter may have been selling classified information to his foreign paymasters” and cites the “uncharacteristically cogent email about Ukraine written by Hunter Biden in 2014…” I wrote about Devine’s discovery of the “uncharacteristically cogent email” last week in “Getting there.”

    Devine follows up in her column today. She reports that “there’s more where that came from” — i.e., from the laptop:

    For instance, documents on the laptop from 2011 show that Hunter offered to sell intelligence on Russian oligarchs to the US aluminum firm Alcoa Inc. for $55,000.

    In internal discussions over Hunter’s proposal, a senior executive at Alcoa suggested the information was valuable because it “would not otherwise be on Government Affairs team’s radar.”

    As I previously reported, Hunter offered to “provide Alcoa with statistical analysis of political and corporate risks, elite networks associated with Oleg Deripaska (OD), Russian CEO of Basic Element company and United company RUSAL.”

    Alcoa had just signed a metal supply agreement with RUSAL.

    Hunter promised to provide a “list of elites of similar rank in Russia, map of OD’s [Deripaska’s] networks based on frequency of interaction with selected elites and countries.”

    In an email to Daniel Cruise, Alcoa’s then-vice president of government and public affairs, on June 3, 2011, Hunter offered, “a little better sense of the product by attaching some of the raw data that is produced through the elite mapping procedure.”

    Five days later, Cruise’s colleague at Alcoa, senior analyst Pei Cheng, wrote: “I don’t believe the data analysis is worth the full $55,000. I think the most valuable piece for us would be the list of Russian elites connected to OD [Deripaska] that would not otherwise be on Government Affairs team’s radar, including various Russian Committee Heads, Union leaders or Ministers.”

    How Hunter, 52, a raging drug addict with a voracious appetite for cash during much of his father’s vice-presidency, got access to classified information, is a matter of national concern.”



    “It’s been more than two years since The Post first published the story of Hunter Biden’s “laptop from hell,” which was immediately censored by Twitter and Facebook, and ignored by the rest of the media. But, in the face of a concerted cover-up by the intelligence services, the FBI and Big Tech, the truth nonetheless has seeped out, even to Democrats.

    There are several clues on the laptop that Hunter may have been selling classified information to his foreign paymasters, if special counsel Robert Hur cares to crossmatch its contents with classified material found since November in five different locations in the president’s Delaware home and garage and his office at the University of Pennsylvania.

    The classified files Hur is investigating cover Biden’s vice presidential years, when Hunter and his uncle Jim Biden were actively monetizing the family name overseas. Some documents reportedly date back to the president’s time in the Senate.

    Last week, we published an uncharacteristically cogent email about Ukraine written by Hunter Biden in 2014, which Sen. Ron Johnson (R-Wis.) said looked “suspiciously” as if it were based on classified information.

    But there’s more where that came from. ”

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  11. It’s still way more than they deserve, but they do have their true believers.

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  13. I’ve been telling you….

    “Politifact is dishonest”


    “Politifact? Browsing their site I have concluded that while they may think they are fair, they don’t come close.

    The first “fact check is a doozy, since their “Truth o Meter” and the content of their “analysis” contradict each other. They rate a claim “false” while their explanation for coming to the conclusion shows that it is, in fact, true. They just disagree with the implication.”

    The claim is manifestly true. The Biden Administration is making a big push for “gender-affirming care,” including surgeries, for teens and young adults. Not only do they support the policy, they actively push it as a priority. This is indisputable. And, ironically, Politifact doesn’t even dispute it; they simply downplay it.

    Their quickie analysis:

    A radio ad asserts that a Biden administration policy about gender-affirming care promotes surgery on teens and young adults that involves removing breasts and genitals.
    The White House characterizes the policy as a civil rights protection and a means to ensure that this vulnerable population has access to an array of health care services.
    Though medical guidelines do allow for such surgeries on young adults, experts said they continue to be rare. They also did not consider the policy the equivalent of promoting these procedures.
    See the sources for this fact-check
    So the claims are true, but the policy is a good thing according to the Biden Administration. Hence the claim is actually “False.”

    That is a very interesting standard for determining truth. Factually correct, but since you are opposed to Biden you are a liar. Bigot! Cutting off body parts of kids is a good thing!


    “Joe Biden and the New Left even promote surgery on teens and young adults, removing breasts and genitals,” the ad claims.

    With a man’s voice speaking over ominous music, the ad says the White House is pushing boys to appear more feminine by taking estrogen and girls to grow facial hair by taking testosterone. The ad also suggests Democrats are pushing puberty blockers “to keep kids from developing into normal men and women.”

    Every word of this is 100% true. Indisputably so. Politifact doesn’t even dispute it.”

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