Russia, Russia, Russia!

I have some incoherent thoughts I would like to share with you on this topic, but like Grand Inquisitor Mueller I am not ready to share them.

Let me get woke, water the plants, and drive Miss Daisy around for a bit and then maybe I can put my thoughts into something semi-coherent. Or maybe there will be some new outrage to discuss.

Later, gators!

Vlad is watching you!

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156 Responses to Russia, Russia, Russia!

  1. DeniseVB says:

    Good read and a nice break from all the media pearl clutching 😀

    • lyn says:

      Shared on Bookie’s blog.

    • lyn says:

      • taw46 says:

        I saw a former MP in UK the other day, talking about how disgusted he was with the protests against Trump. He also pointed out this is something Europe has been doing for years. One time when Reagan visited, there were one million people protesting throughout the UK and Europe. Much higher numbers than were out protesting Trump. If we had an honest media, they would point that out. They always protest the right, not the left.

  2. DeniseVB says:

    LOL !

  3. taw46 says:

    • Lulu says:

      Obama sent his person campaign creeps to mastermind interference in Israel to beat Binny and Brexit’s defeat. That they failed in both shows that shit doesn’t work very well.

      • DeniseVB says:

        Didn’t Bronco cut a campaign video for Macron ? He won, so were was the butthurt from Le Pen’s campaign? They moved on……

    • John Denney says:

      France’s President openly endorsed Candidate Hillary and ridiculed Candidate Trump. Doesn’t that count as foreign meddling?

      • Mt.Laurel says:

        The hypocritical Jesuit at the 🇻🇦 Vatican also stuck his 🤥 long nose out saying candidate trump was not Christian and was racist because he wanted a wall to protect the southern border. Many bishops and other church figures also tried to sway voters. They decided that letting those poor little illegals and terrorists running wild and providing lots of free stuff was more important than pesky topics such as abortion.

    • mothy2017 says:

      Nope. Some time perhaps, but not “grew up”.

      • lyn says:

        His daddy was a fan of the Big K.

        • Mt.Laurel says:

          Daddy did not like the Shah – you know the one that was deposed when Jimmy was in office and caused all that mess.

          I think Sonny boy only spent a year or so living in Iran although there have been frequent “visits”.

          And there appear to be numerous relatives, in-laws, Jesuits and Iranian/Kenyan connections cropping up.

          • Island Girl says:

            Sounds a bit like little Barky’s life, completed by the horn holders in the forehead.

  4. 49erDweet says:

    It’s scary how alike Strzok (7/13) and Putin (today) look. Eviiilllllll.

  5. lyn says:


    Lucian Kim[NPR correspondent Moscow]
    ‏Verified account @Lucian_Kim
    2m2 minutes ago
    Russian MoD says it’s “ready to activate contacts with US colleagues via general staffs and other existing communication channels to discuss extending Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty, cooperation in Syria, other current issues of ensuring military security.”


  6. lyn says:

    Tony Shaffer
    ‏Verified account @T_S_P_O_O_K_Y
    4m4 minutes ago

    Reminder of what is going on: @JohnBrennan creates the “Russian Narrative” in early 2016, working with the @FBI to try and entrap @realDonaldTrump campaign members .The purpose of the Narrative was to be used to ruin Trump by painting him a traitor after a @HillaryClinton victory


    • Lulu says:

      ….to ruin Trump by painting him a traitor after a @HillaryClinton victory SO NO ONE WOULD DARE OPPOSE THEM AGAIN EVER. They do have to be destroyed utterly and driven from public life. I would go further but I think it would be illegal. These creatures are not fit for society.

  7. Venus E. Lee says:

    This is perfect & it’s written by someone who actually knows what the fuck is going on re: Russia

    • Anthony says:

      Excellent read

    • lyn says:

      Dropped this several times on the AP’s Facebook page with the quote about the “ignorant journalist” who asked the question.

    • lyn says:

      Good comment:

      Comment by DrDean stlouisix • 2 hours ago

      I saw that story regarding the Mudd’s advocating subversion. To say I’m both disgusted and very concerned is an understatement. I was a USAF pilot (F15) during the end of the Cold War and thereafter. I’m also a student of military history and how it functions with diplomacy to achieve peace and prosperity.
      The history of the Left is not one of peace or prosperity; rather of oppressive power, violence mostly upon their own people and economic collapse.
      Regarding Mudd’s seditious conduct, it is not just his words, but that he feels emboldened to speak them right now, is very telling of nothing good for America.
      For the first time in US history, the greatest enemy we face is the enemy within.

      • Venus E. Lee says:

        Fun fact: Mudd is a descendant of Dr. Samuel Mudd, who helped an injured John Wilkes Booth after he assassinated Lincoln & was on the lam. He was thought to be a co-conspirator (though he professed innocence). There wasn’t enough evidence to charge him, but he was ruined professionally. It’s where the expression ‘You’re name is mud’ comes from: a person of bad reputation.

        Seems the apple doesn’t fall far from the rotten, seditious tree.

        • SHV says:

          FWIW, Dr. Mudd was charged and convicted of conspiracy to murder Lincoln. He “missed” a death sentence by one vote of the military court and received a life term. He was imprisoned at a military prison in the Dry Tortugas. He later received a pardon after he cared for the island inhabitants during a Yellow Fever outbreak. (There were rumors that some of my Southern MD family helped Booth cross the Potomac River into Va.)

          • Venus E. Lee says:

            Thanks for clarification –*I thought he missed conviction by 1 vote. Obviously I didn’t remember it right — High School US History was a *long* time ago.

            The expression ‘your name is mud’ didn’t vome from him though — THAT I remember. 🙂

  8. Dora says:

    The President is going to speak.

  9. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Jug-eared fuck.

    • swanspirit says:

      He is actually an expert on lies. One of the few of his areas of expertise.

      • swanspirit says:

        Stuttering is another. Presidenting, on the other hand, was very difficult for him. Presidenting was so hard. But he just basically lied his way through it, so he was just polishing up his skill set. Lying, and stuttering.

        • DeniseVB says:

          The media let him get away with it too. That’s why we hate the media today, from the moment Trump descended that escalator, they were on his ass over stupid stuff.

    • taw46 says:

      “If you like your doctor, you can keep your doctor.” Said what, about 27 times? Doubling down.

    • Venus E. Lee says:

      • Venus E. Lee says:

        Better one

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  11. r u reddy says:

    I remember reading that Romney has big investments in China, certainly through Bain Capital and possibly through other vehicles. So it makes perfect sense that Romney would put the spotlight on “Russia” to keep the cameras away from China.

    • blowme0bama says:

      Sure, that’s how “investment banks” make their money with global trade. Some jackass borrows 100 million from them to set up a chemical plant in Indonesia where they pay these people $2.00 / hour and have zero environmental regulations and the bankers take a 30% interest in the profits.

      • Somebody says:

        I think in many cases it is more like $2.00 a day 😕

        • r u reddy says:

          How are we supposed to “compete” with that? We shouldn’t HAVE to “compete” with that.

          That’s why we need Protectionism.

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  13. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Some days I get up and turn on my computer and what I see just makes me want to turn off the computer and go back to bed.

  14. Dora says:

    RUSSIA READY to Send Request to US Over Bill Browder and his $400,000 in Controversial Donations to US Democrats

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  17. DandyTIger says:

    Excellent explanation of what happened between Trump and Putin. First, Trump never compared Putin and the US Intel. Never happened. Second, there is no chance Trump believed Putin when he said they didn’t interfere. Trump said we have forget the past along with saying Putin said strongly that they didn’t interfere. Put those two things together to “hear Trump’s wink”. 🙂

  18. votermom says:

    back from the beach
    like a fool I let my shoulders and back get sunbu
    ow ow ow

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  20. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Every time I come online today I read a little bit and think to myself “I can’t even” and I go back offline.

  21. DeniseVB says:

    LOL !

  22. DeniseVB says:

    I followed her because I loved her bio 😀

  23. Myiq2xu™ says:

    Wictor is either a genius or a nutjob. Has anyone ever seen Alex Jones and Wictor in the same room?

  24. Myiq2xu™ says:

    The past couple days I have been feeling that barely suppressed rage that I felt when I first started blogging. I used to wallow in it. These days I try to avoid it. I don’t want Captain Spaulding back.

    • Somebody says:

      I hear there are medicinal herbs that can help.

      • Myiq2xu™ says:

        I use an herbal remedy pretty much every night. A couple nights ago I spent about 30 minutes talking to a pile of clean laundry sitting in a chair. It was an intense discussion, but I’m pretty sure that I won. When I realized what I was doing I staggered off to bed.

        I still don’t remember what started the argument.

    • DandyTIger says:

      I’m just trying to stay amused at the hilarious hysteria. When the never trumpers and left go this far off the rails, I try to just laugh at them. Some of them have power, and so it can be unnerving, but while they’re this over the top, the polls look better. Also that 4% GDP coming down the pike cures all. 🙂

    • DandyTIger says:

      You’re welcome

  25. Myiq2xu™ says:

    • r u reddy says:

      Why would we want a refund? If the global is too warm for our taste and comfort, and we get it back down to where we used to have it before the present warmup began, isn’t that just exactly what the trillions of dollars is supposed to buy?

      • 49erDweet says:

        Please. Your audacious logic is offensive. Guard your tongue, villain.

      • elliesmom says:

        What if the planet was doing it all by itself? A natural phenomenon like the planet has experienced many times in the past. Then the money would have been wasted or just ended up in the pockets of the cronies. Would we be entitled to our money back then?

        • r u reddy says:

          That is the problem with these high-stakes high-priced gambles. If we spend the money dewarming the global, and it was dewarming anyway, we won’t know for sure if we have wasted the money. If we decide we did, we certainly won’t be able to get it back.

          But if we decide the global will re-cool on its own, and it turns out not to, because it turns out that this warmup was man-made, and the heat-levels get too high to live with in peace, stability and security; we won’t know for sure if we could have prevented or reversed it all by just spending the money when it might have still made a difference.

          Hmmmm . .. … which way to bet? which gamble to make?

          • Constance says:

            I would say do only the cheap solutions to global warming because the real problem is over population and if the earth warms up crop production will eventually fail leading to dramatic population reduction and the cooling cycle can begin then.

          • elliesmom says:

            We don’t have an overpopulation problem. There’s still a lot of un or underdeveloped land. Just look at the population density of the US. We’re just all crowding into coastal areas by choice. We grow food for almost 50% more people than we already have. We create enough food for every living person to have about 3000 calories/day. We don’t have a water quantity problem, either. What we have are distribution problems.

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  27. Venus E. Lee says:

    Confession: I want to have sex with this man:

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  33. Myiq2xu™ says:

    It is 9:30 pm. I open the front door to let Tiggy out and a wall of heat smashes me in the face.

    • Myiq2xu™ says:

      It is 86 degrees right now. It is supposed to hit 106 tomorrow.

    • mcnorman says:

      I hear you. I always feel like I am walking into the hotter than heck oven when I oven the door. Even at 10pm it’s still 90+.

    • r u reddy says:

      I read recently in an article about an ongoing heat wave in parts of Europe . . . that the wasps get angry and aggressive in severe heat, and there have been several wasp attacks on people.

      If wasps in the current hot zones in America behave the same way in severe heat, people in a current heat-wave zone might be careful around wasps, hornets, yellowjackets.
      People might want to stay further away than normal from any known nests of wasps, hornets, yellowjackets till the heat breaks, just to be careful.

  34. swanspirit says:

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    • lyn says:

      Politics used to end at the nation’s shores. No more. Globalists slammed the president before, after, and while our duly elected president met with the leader of Russia.

      Just as they did when he met the prime minister of England.

      Just as they did when he met the heads of NATO.

      Just as they did when he met the head of North Korea.

      Just as they do any time President Trump does anything. They fear and oppose his America First policy, which raises the question: if not America, who do they put first?

      London-based Russian hedge fund magnate Bill Browder?

      • swanspirit says:

        London based Bill Browder, who moved out of The USA to avoid paying taxes, and who avoided paying taxes in Russia, as well, evidently; has deep ties to this and other governments. He would have us believe he is an innocent victim of Russian thuggery, but is he pointing the finger at Putin,who no doubt is guilty of grievous abuses; to avoid investigation into his, and his associates? Because Putin is guilty, doesn’t mean Browser is innocent.
        It makes me wonder what Putin told POTUS, and why the Dims are screaming extra loud.
        Where don’t they want us to look, and what else don’t they want us to find?
        And who knew Comey was connected to Browder, in any way?

  38. Dora says:

    He got caught!


    Democrat Senator sets up fake health news website to attack his political opponent

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  40. lyn says:

    They are so brazen.

  41. lyn says:

    Russia wants to charge former Ambassador Michael McFaul and several U.S. intelligence officials with financial crimes, Russian officials revealed Tuesday.

    Russian President Vladimir Putin broached the topic during his summit with President Trump, when he offered to allow Special Counsel Robert Mueller to attend the questioning of Russian spies accused of conducting cyberattacks against the Democratic Party in 2016.

  42. Dora says:

    Happy Hot Dog Day!.

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  45. Dora says:

    Five Clinton-Russia Bombshells Progressives Yawned Over

    Given the establishment media’s focus on the “scandal” surrounding President Donald Trump and his administration’s contact with Russian officials, it is worth reminding Americans of the revelations involving Hillary Clinton and the Kremlin.

  46. lyn says:

    Yes, There Was Illicit Meddling in the 2016 Election
    What makes this controversy so unique, riveting, and infuriating, is the ability of the palsied Democratic leaders, with their media accomplices and dupes, to keep this dead pigeon of collusion alive by pretending Mueller is conducting a serious investigation; and that they may ride the traditional wave of midterm congressional losses for the administration to distract and paralyze the government with a fraudulent impeachment debate and hopeless Senate trial consuming much of 2019 and deferring the day of reckoning for the culprits of the Clinton campaign and the Justice Department and intelligence agencies.

    They are trying to cover up the greatest illicit meddling in an American election in history: by American intelligence agencies. In their desperation since the defeat of the candidate they covertly supported, who would have covered it up for them, they have been trying to maintain the fraud of collusion and conflate it with the trivial and routine interventions of some Russian operatives in the 2016 election.

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