A Message From Lucianne

















Post New Article

Maxine Waters Let Obama's Cat Out of the Bag in 2013

Original Article

Posted By: DVC, 5/31/2019 11:04:40 AM

When assembling a cabal, prudence dictates that one choose the participants with an eye toward circumspection. After all, a loudmouth is not the best repository for your darkest secrets. President Barack Obama may be about to learn that lesson the hard way. In 2010, following the roughshod passage of Obamacare, the American people during the midterm elections unambiguously expressed their disgust with high-handed government edicts. A furious populace handed a solid House majority to Republican leadership, who promptly squandered the opportunity, never missing a chance to stand down, pledging unconvincingly to "fight on the next one."

Comments:

The idiot mouth, Mad Maxine, may have actually blabbed something that we just now can understand. This is a very important article. You should take the time to read this and share it. Let's hope that Mollie Hemingway follows up on this one.

Post Reply

Reply 1 - Posted by: HotRod 5/31/2019 11:15:07 AM (No. 87819)
How many democrats in congress are/were involved in this spying program? I would bet dollars to donuts that the democrat leadership was involved, as a minimum. The intelligence community, as well as Obama, needed key democrats to be involved in this scheme. Perhaps some of the data to be declassified by AG Barr will out those traitors! Democrats are now squealing like pigs, so something has them in a panic!
7 people like this.

Reply 2 - Posted by: earlybird 5/31/2019 11:15:23 AM (No. 87820)
This is a terrific article! I too thought the Obama database referred to periodically was the one he and his campaign had gleaned during his campaign. Now we find out how mistaken we were: In the pages of American Thinker recently, the commendable work of Sundance of the Conservative Treehouse has been featured. He has doggedly documented the publicly available information suggesting our law enforcement and intelligence gathering agencies had been weaponized against the political opponents of the Left (Trump especially, but not exclusively) in a spying scheme that features international participants from among our own allies. Combining this documentation with the revelations from D.C. super-lawyer Joe DiGenova that this illegal surveillance and data-gathering operation had been in full swing far longer than anyone suspected, dating back to just before the election of 2012, and you have the bones of the most egregious plot of sedition our nation has ever seen, one involving the takeover of the federal government by use of blackmail. Fits together better than any Legos. Makes far more sense than the previous assumption about the campaign database. Herring has done a very good job of dot connecting here...
10 people like this.

Reply 3 - Posted by: DVC 5/31/2019 11:20:20 AM (No. 87824)
When you are putting together a puzzle, sometimes you see a piece that "just doesn't seem to fit anywhere" and you lay it down. Suddenly, much later as you slowly put other puzzle piece together there is that "AHA!" moment when you see how that "doesn't fit" piece, actually fits perfectly into place.
6 people like this.

Reply 4 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/31/2019 12:23:25 PM (No. 87855)
Slowly I turn. Inch by inch. Step by step. And then, when you least expect it … I don't know who Sundance is but he/she? is a bulldog.. Makes Woodward/Bernstein together look like Bambi. Keep it up S, you deserve a medal of whatever for your persistence alone.
7 people like this.

Reply 5 - Posted by: Hermit_Crab 5/31/2019 12:56:29 PM (No. 87869)
It is even worse than the author thinks. Not only does 0bama have the government(s) spying on everyone, his allies / minions at Google, Facebook , Twitter, Amazon, and your medical care providers etc. have databases on YOU that dwarf anything that the CIA, NSA, FBI, IRS etc. will ever collect. And they have and still do gladly and share with 0bama and the Deep State in general your deepest and darkest secrets.
6 people like this.

Reply 6 - Posted by: pros7767 5/31/2019 2:14:53 PM (No. 87919)
In order to undue the damage done, all politicians need to be ousted from office. That would render the database useless. Until then, Obama and his minions have everything they need to control our elected representatives. Funny though, they found NOTHING on President Trump!
4 people like this.

Reply 7 - Posted by: MeiDei 5/31/2019 3:15:21 PM (No. 87939)
Before the World Wide Age of Instant Information (internet) Hoover operated the FBI in much the same way. The Clinton's may have added the IRS but the 0's certainly wildly expanded the info gathering on all citizens, I forget who added the telephone surveillance, was it Reagan or Carter before him? Our TV's and cell phones are sending our info to some govt. agency and to whatever hack is nosey ... privacy is over, there even are devices that scan buildings for heat signatures and can 'observe' any activity going on. Stinks. What WTP need is an inexpensive high tech jammer.
1 person likes this.

Reply 8 - Posted by: bad-hair 5/31/2019 4:43:34 PM (No. 87969)
It's all out there. Just go Galt. Who ever thought that The Matrix would actually be connected by their thumbs. Personally I just play my piano (not plugged in) come around and listen.
0 people like this.

Reply 9 - Posted by: MickTurn 5/31/2019 5:25:12 PM (No. 88007)
Mad Maxine's IQ has to be below 70...Big Mouth doesn't help the IQ..in spite of what DIMS think!
0 people like this.

Reply 10 - Posted by: Pepper Tree 5/31/2019 8:46:40 PM (No. 88100)
Yep. Jabba-blabba Maxine gotta mouth like a baleen whale, alright. And despite that known fact she was made aware of the means used in Obama’s plots. Doesn’t say a lot for Barry’s “off-the-charts IQ.”
0 people like this.

Below, you will find ...
Most Recent Articles posted by "DVC"
and
Most Active Articles (last 48 hours)
Most Recent Articles posted by DVC"
Geraldo Rivera: AG Barr interview should
have Comey, Clapper, Brennan 'quaking'
in their boots
15 replies
Posted by DVC 5/31/2019 1:43:23 PM Post Reply
Fox News correspondent at-large Geraldo Rivera is warning several Obama-era intelligence chiefs that they should be worried after Attorney General William Barr aired his concerns about the origins of the Mueller investigation in a new interview. During an appearance on "Fox & Friends" Friday, Rivera said it's clear Barr wants to get to the bottom of the Russia probe's origins and that he has "his target" on some of the biggest names associated with it. "If I were James Comey right now or James Clapper right now or John Brennan right now, I would be quaking in my boots," Rivera said.
Maxine Waters Let Obama's Cat Out of the Bag in 2013 10 replies
Posted by DVC 5/31/2019 11:04:40 AM Post Reply
When assembling a cabal, prudence dictates that one choose the participants with an eye toward circumspection. After all, a loudmouth is not the best repository for your darkest secrets. President Barack Obama may be about to learn that lesson the hard way. In 2010, following the roughshod passage of Obamacare, the American people during the midterm elections unambiguously expressed their disgust with high-handed government edicts. A furious populace handed a solid House majority to Republican leadership, who promptly squandered the opportunity, never missing a chance to stand down, pledging unconvincingly to "fight on the next one."
Heavy-hitter lefty actor warns what they have in mind
for us when they win power
15 replies
Posted by DVC 5/31/2019 1:56:57 AM Post Reply
If I have to choose between sneaky radical leftists who pretend to be small-d democratic activists and honest ones who admit they would stop at nothing in punishing people like me should they gain power, I would always choose the honest ones. Like radical jihadists, they believe that their cause is so righteous that opposition is immoral, and the evil people who oppose them deserve no constitutional protections once they are in power. In fact, the Constitution itself is an obsolete document, written by evil white slave-owners, and a hindrance to the utopia they believe is in reach if only we submit to their command.
Brennan, Clapper lash out at Trump
for declassifying 2016 election intel
34 replies
Posted by DVC 5/25/2019 12:21:47 PM Post Reply
Former CIA Director John Brennan and former DNI James Clapper blasted President Trump on Friday night for directing Attorney General William Barr to declassify documents related to the surveillance of his campaign during the 2016 election, calling it "outrageous." "I see it as a very, very serious and outrageous move on the part of Mr. Trump, once again, trampling on the statutory authorities of the Director of National Intelligence and the heads of the independent intelligence agencies," Brennan told MSNBC host Chris Hayes. "And it's unclear to me what Mr. Barr is actually going to do. Is he investigating a crime?
USDA staffers quit en masse as
Trump administration eyes moving
offices out of DC
21 replies
Posted by DVC 5/23/2019 5:38:14 PM Post Reply
Employees at the U.S. Department of Agriculture are quitting at a rapid clip as Secretary Sonny Perdue prepares to move forward with plans to relocate two offices far outside the Washington, D.C., Beltway. Federal employees at the Economic Research Service (ERS) and the National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) – two small but important agencies within the USDA – are unhappy with Perdue’s plan, announced last August, to move the majority of their staff from current offices in the capital to an area closer the country’s agricultural centers.
F1 star Niki Lauda's family reveal he died surrounded by
close relatives at Swiss clinic days after he was
hospitalised for dialysis - as tributes pour in for one of the sport's 'greatest legends'
6 replies
Posted by DVC 5/21/2019 8:37:09 PM Post Reply

Formula 1 legend Niki Lauda has died at the age of 70, his family has confirmed. Lauda, who won the F1 drivers' championship in 1975 and 1977 with Ferrari and again in 1984 with McLaren, passed away on Monday - eight months after undergoing a lung transplant. The Austrian died at University Hospital Zurich in Switzerland surrounded by his closest family, a spokesman said, after he was reported to have gone in for dialysis treatment earlier this month. Lauda had two kidney transplants in his life - the first in 1997 with an organ donated by his brother, and then again in 2005 donated by his future wife Birgit Wetzinger,

Eric Swalwell's shocking financial disclosure 13 replies
Posted by DVC 5/20/2019 10:25:35 PM Post Reply
I believe that the technical psychiatric term for Rep. Eric Swalwell is "hot mess." Or at least it should be. After having been exposed as a liar about the "evidence" he claimed to have seen that President Trump is a traitor in league with Russia, Swalwell declared himself a candidate for president. Clearly, he has no chance, but at least one could justify it as a fundraising ploy appealing to the nutso faction of the Democrats, a significant constituency among the Donkeys.
Amash faces fresh GOP primary challenge
after Trump impeachment comments
15 replies
Posted by DVC 5/20/2019 11:00:06 AM Post Reply
Less than 48 hours after GOP Rep. Justin Amash declared that President Trump "engaged in impeachable conduct," a fellow Republican has vowed to challenge him in the upcoming primary election. Michigan state Rep. Jim Lower made his intentions known Monday morning, announcing that instead of seeking a third term in the state legislature, he will run against Amash for their party's nomination for the 2020 election. Amash has served as the representative for Michigan's Third District since 2011 "Congressman Justin Amash tweets yesterday calling for President Trump’s impeachment show how out of touch he is with the truth
The Peculiar Blindness of Experts 14 replies
Posted by DVC 5/19/2019 10:45:37 AM Post Reply
he bet was on, and it was over the fate of humanity. On one side was the Stanford biologist Paul R. Ehrlich. In his 1968 best seller, The Population Bomb, Ehrlich insisted that it was too late to prevent a doomsday apocalypse resulting from overpopulation. Resource shortages would cause hundreds of millions of starvation deaths within a decade. It was cold, hard math: The human population was growing exponentially; the food supply was not. Ehrlich was an accomplished butterfly specialist. He knew that nature did not regulate animal populations delicately. Populations exploded, blowing past the available resources, and then crashed. In his book, Ehrlich played out hypothetical scenarios
This is Truly a Trade War 3 replies
Posted by DVC 5/17/2019 4:34:18 PM Post Reply
The trade negotiations between the Trump administration and the People's Republic of China (PRC) are not rooted in commercial disputes. Though media discussions are dominated by issues about opening markets for U.S. exports limited by Chinese policy, the real issue is national security and the need to keep the balance of power tilted in America's favor. Business is the means, not the end. Comparative national capabilities in industry and technology determine military potential, and financial strength supports economic development and diplomatic influence. China's rapid growth has moved the country from the seventh largest GDP in 1980 to the second largest today with the world's largest manufacturing capacity.
Democratic social media poll finds more users want Supreme Court justices like Kavanaugh than Ginsburg 7 replies
Posted by DVC 5/5/2019 3:50:01 PM Post Reply
A Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee Twitter poll asking what type of Supreme Court justices social media users would like to have on the bench apparently backfired when 71 percent of respondents selected “justices like Brett Kavanaugh” compared to just 29 percent who chose “justices like Ruth Bader Ginsburg.” The poll, which is not scientific and open to anyone with a Twitter account, was posted on May 3 and stated it had two more days before it closes. There is likely no pairing currently on the Supreme Court more dissimilar than Ginsburg and Kavanaugh.
The Solar Energy Racket 25 replies
Posted by DVC 5/5/2019 2:04:44 PM Post Reply
If solar energy were not propped up by various government policies and subsidies, no utility would buy it. Not only does solar not work at night, but it does not work if it is cloudy or if a cloud passes in front of the sun. Utility-scale solar requires a large solar farm consisting of photovoltaic panels. For $100 million, one can buy a solar farm capable of generating about 80 megawatts of electric power when the sun is squarely shining on the panels. Depending on the geographical location and the climate, the average power generated will be about 18 megawatts,
Most Active Articles (last 48 hours)
'Bare minimum': Britain decides no palace
stay or parliamentary speech for
Trump in low-key state visit
41 replies
Posted by JoniTx 6/1/2019 12:41:08 PM Post Reply
Opening his speech to British parliamentarians in 2011, President Barack Obama said, “I have known few greater honors than the opportunity to address the Mother of Parliaments at Westminster Hall." It is an honor that will not be extended to President Trump next week during his first state visit to Britain, one of a number of differences from the trips made by his predecessors. British and American officials have played down concerns about protests and insist that Trump is being afforded every bit of the usual hospitality — from dinner with the queen to bilateral talks with Theresa May, the prime minister.
Trump blindsided by Meghan Markle’s
criticism ahead of UK visit:
‘I didn’t know that she
was nasty’
31 replies
Posted by JoniTx 6/1/2019 11:14:46 AM Post Reply
President Trump was interviewed on Friday by a reporter from British tabloid The Sun and showed surprise when he was told that Meghan Markle had made some critical remarks about him in 2016. She had said Trump was “misogynistic” and “divisive,” adding that she would move to Canada if he won the election.He was not told what Markle had said, but the President sidestepped the snare laid by the reporter and replied simply, “I didn’t know that. What can I say? I didn’t know that she was nasty.”Markle has since moved to England after marrying Prince Harry, but apparently, her distaste for President Trump remains,
Breaking: Attorney General Barr Discloses
US Attorney Huber Never Even Started
His Investigation—US Attorney John
Durham Took Over His Work
29 replies
Posted by JoniTx 6/1/2019 8:09:29 AM Post Reply
Today on CBS Attorney General William Barr disclosed that the Huber investigation is over. Huber was assigned to look at FISA applications and the electronic surveillance during the 2016 election and actions by Hillary Clinton. Huber did not even start his investigation. He didn’t do a d**n thing! AG Barr said this morning on CBS News that Huber did nothing and his work was taken over by the team he set up under US Attorney John Durham: JAN CRAWFORD: Um, what’s the status of Huber’s investigation in Utah? I think the former Attorney General Sessions had asked him to look at this.
Mitt Romney 2024? Utah senator says it's
'likely' he will be in office for more than one term
28 replies
Posted by tisHimself 6/1/2019 4:16:23 AM Post Reply
Utah freshman Sen. Mitt Romney is making it clear he expects to serve more than one term in the Senate. "If I get everything done in one term, well, I'll probably not be looking for another term,"
Kamala Harris launched political career
with $120K 'patronage' job from boyfriend Willie Brown
26 replies
Posted by MissMolly 6/1/2019 4:15:22 AM Post Reply
Kamala Harris’ first significant political role was an appointment by her powerful then-boyfriend Willie Brown, three decades her senior, to a California medical board that has been criticized as a landing spot for patronage jobs and kickbacks. Then 30, Harris was dating 60-year-old Willie Brown, at the time the Democratic speaker of the California State Assembly, when he placed her on the California Medical Assistance Commission in 1994. The position paid over $70,000 per year, $120,700 in current money, and Harris served on the board until 1998. The medical commission met twice a month, and Harris, a United States senator for California since 2017 and now a 2020 Democratic presidential candidate,
Adam Schiff Demands Authority Over
Executive Branch Declassification,
and Advanced Warning of
Investigative Content…
25 replies
Posted by earlybird 6/1/2019 9:10:24 AM Post Reply
Oh, this is rich…. Shifty and hyper-partisan Adam Schiff, quite possibly the world’s slimiest human, writes a letter (as below) to the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Dan Coats, demanding legislative branch authority over executive branch declassification. The scale of obtuse, hypocritical and self-serving protestation is off-the-charts.First, the executive branch controls the declassification process unilaterally. The legislative branch can request briefings; and customarily the executive informs the ‘gang of eight’ (when needed) on matters of intelligence releases. However, the legislative branch has no authority over the independent decisions/purposes of the executive in
These Americans fled the country
to escape their giant student debt
23 replies
Posted by NorthernDog 6/1/2019 7:38:43 AM Post Reply
Chad Haag considered living in a cave to escape his student debt. He had a friend doing it. But after some plotting, he settled on what he considered a less risky plan. This year, he relocated to a jungle in India. "I've put America behind me," Haag, 29, said. Today he lives in a concrete house in the village of Uchakkada for $50 a month. His backyard is filled with coconut trees and chickens. "I saw four elephants just yesterday," he said, adding that he hopes never to set foot in a Walmart again. More than 9,000 miles away from
Five things that will happen if House
Dems move to impeach Trump
23 replies
Posted by Pluperfect 6/1/2019 3:57:23 AM Post Reply
President Trump and his defenders can successfully attack former Special Counsel Robert Mueller or congressional Democrats on impeachment – but not both. The independent voters who will decide the 2020 election don’t have time for multiple sets of arguments. Moreover, independent voters have limited interest in all things political. So the president and his advocates should keep it simple and focus on Congress, not Mueller, who resigned Wednesday. Mueller didn’t say anything when he spoke to journalists Wednesday that hadn’t already appeared in his report. That was the point of his news conference.
Buttigieg campaign, brimming
with cash, staffs up
22 replies
Posted by NorthernDog 6/1/2019 3:34:19 PM Post Reply
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg’s campaign has come a long way from its humble roots. Over the past few weeks, Buttigieg has brought on a host of new staffers to bolster his rapidly growing operation. The campaign recently snagged Hillary for America alum George Hornedo as national delegate director. And, with a swagger more often seen in Silicon Valley startups, it’s even hired something called a “chief innovation officer” — former Google senior engineer Ann Mei Chang — and a creative director, Obama White House alum Jillian Maryonovich. The campaign has also bolstered its communications staff, led by hard-charging
‘Extinction Rebellion’ Climate Activists
to Shut Down Heathrow for
10 Days in Drone Attack
21 replies
Posted by JoniTx 6/1/2019 11:21:51 AM Post Reply
The climate change activist group Extinction Rebellion is planning a series of protests using drones to shut down Heathrow Airport for 10 days in July, unless plans to expand the airport are scrapped. The group has threatened to hold a one-day demonstration on the 18th of June, with ten days of disruption planned from July 1st if their demands are not met. This threatens hundreds of thousands of passengers’ journeys, most going on their summer holidays, and it is expected it would cost millions of pounds in policing.
Mexico, U.S. business groups urge
Trump to back down on tariff threat
20 replies
Posted by earlybird 6/1/2019 8:57:20 AM Post Reply
MEXICO CITY - Mexico’s president and the top U.S. business lobbying group called on President Donald Trump to back down from a threat to impose punitive tariffs on Mexican imports, in a dispute over migration that could shock Mexico’s economy. (Snip)The influential U.S. Chamber of Commerce is looking at ways to challenge Trump’s tariff move against Mexico, including legal options. “We have no choice but to pursue every option available to push back,” Neil Bradley, the business group’s executive vice president and chief policy officer, told reporters.
I was let go as substitute teacher because
I corrected my students' grammar
19 replies
Posted by NorthernDog 6/1/2019 8:59:24 AM Post Reply
Last Halloween, I dressed up like a teacher — not exactly an alter ego; I have a certificate — went to the local high school, and substituted in Family & Consumer Science. There was a small ruction in third period; the principal and I discussed it amicably, and I barely gave it second thought. However, a couple weeks later, I received a letter informing me he was removing me from the sub list! Explanation (from said letter): he "visited with the class," and the "interactions between yourself and the students were not such as meet our expectations for substitutes." A parent reported
Post New Article