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12/11/2017

Defendants in Mosque Bombing Plot Trial Want Trump Voters as Jurors

Filed under: General — Patterico @ 9:30 am

A curious tidbit left over from Friday night. If you live in rural Kansas and are a Trump voter, there are some folks who allegedly planned to bomb a mosque who would like to have you on their jury. They think that you, the Trump voter, would be more sympathetic to them:

Three men accused of plotting to bomb a mosque and apartment complex housing Somali refugees asked a federal judge Friday to include prospective jurors from rural western Kansas because they are twice as likely to have voted for President Donald Trump.

A defense motion argues that plans to only summon citizens in the more urban counties closest to the federal courthouse in Wichita is a discriminatory practice that excludes rural and conservative jurors. The trial begins March 19.

Gavin Wright, Patrick Stein and Curtis Allen are charged with conspiracy to use a weapon of mass destruction and conspiracy against civil rights for allegedly planning to detonate truck bombs in the meatpacking town of Garden City the day after the November 2016 election. Wright also faces a charge of lying to the FBI.

. . . .

“This case is uniquely political because much of the anticipated evidence will center around, and was in reaction to, the 2016 Presidential election,” defense attorneys wrote.

These are militia loony tunes who apparently Commercial inflatable water slides for sale. believed that if Trump won, Obama was going to roll in the tanks and declare martial law.

Being a Trump voter obviously doesn’t make someone a supporter of terrorism, whether it’s terror against Muslims or terror against the populace at large. But there’s no doubt that the folks on trial here would have a better chance with rural Trump-voting Kansans than with urban Hillary-voting ones. That’s not a slur on Trump voters. It’s a fact. Similarly, if the defendants were Antifa/Black Lives Matter folks looking to blow up a police station, their defense attorneys would be looking for the most urban Hillary-voting group possible — and that fact is not a slur on Hillary voters or a suggestion that all Hillary voters are Antifa supporters. Again, it’s just a fact.

Just a little reminder that defense attorneys in criminal trials, like people running for office (oh hi Roy Moore!) often prey on people’s basest emotions and prejudices. Human decisionmaking can be a nasty process, can’t it?

[Cross-posted at RedState and The Jury Talks Back.]

131 Responses to “Defendants in Mosque Bombing Plot Trial Want Trump Voters as Jurors”

  1. Speaking of Islam… how’s NYC?

    NJRob (b00189)

  2. No jail time for the kidnapping, abuse and racial taunts of a poor disabled white boy, but 15 years for damaging a mosque and leaving bacon.

    Good times.

    NJRob (b00189)

  3. A dc jury will induct for eating a ham sandwich, that’s a given (Ted Stevens unavailable for commenyt:
    http://dailycaller.com/2017/12/11/becerra-tried-to-block-server-admin-over-red-flags-but-logins-continued-with-muted-reaction/?utm_source=site-share

    narciso (d1f714)

  4. They missed the Sikh Temple?

    Turbans are confusing.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  5. Kansas is the first successful Trickle Down state and this is how they repay Republican generosity?

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  6. Ted Stevens prefers Italian sausage sammiches

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  7. Funny how you didn’t mention the jury selection process in your recent two dissertation regarding jury nullification of murder/manslaughter.

    Steve Malynn (296daf)

  8. i’m making miso butter

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  9. Funny how you didn’t mention the jury selection process in your recent two dissertation regarding jury nullification of murder/manslaughter.

    Steve Malynn (296daf) — 12/11/2017 @ 9:51 am

    Katie Steinle and Daniel Shaver?

    NJRob (b00189)

  10. include prospective jurors from rural western Kansas because they are twice as likely to have voted for President Donald Trump.

    Did the defense motion actually say that?
    #FakeNews

    nk (dbc370)

  11. There is very little doubt in my mind that the prosecutor, the defense, and the judge conspired to pick to most cop-friendly jury they could in the Daniel Shaver case. I would be very surprised if they did not. The defense attorneys because it’s their duty, and the judge and the prosecutor because they and the police are on the same team.

    That’s why cops don’t get convicted in excessive use of force cases. It’s all for show with the big dogs pretending to hold the little dogs accountable for harrying the sheep.

    nk (dbc370)

  12. This idea is nothing new. In colonial America, the Brits used to transport “terrorists” back to England to face English juries that had no sympathy with the colonials.

    As a result, the 6th Amendment says:

    In all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a speedy and public trial, by an impartial jury of the State and district wherein the crime shall have been committed, which district shall have been previously ascertained by law

    Some say that this reflects an interest in jury nullification, but it seems more an insistence that context is important. And sometimes this works in the State’s favor too. If OJ had been tried in Santa Monica, the nearest courthouse to the crime, he probably would have been convicted.

    Kevin M (752a26)

  13. @11 You explain that ,nk. Now can you explain why when being a cop has one of the highest incidences of drug and alcohol abuse they also have one of the lowest incidence of DUI prosecutions?

    Rev.Hoagie (6bbda7)

  14. There’s this cop see? After work, he stops at the bar and has a half-dozen shots and beers. Then he gets into his car, drunk, runs a red light, and hits two pedestrian in the crosswalk. One is thrown 20 feet away. The other goes through the windshield of the cop’s car.

    The police are called, and the sergeant from the second shift shows up to make the report. With tears in his eyes, the drunken cop asks: “Sarge, how are you going to write this up?” And the sergeant says: “Well, I think we’re going to charge this one with breaking and entering, and that other one with leaving the scene of an accident.”

    nk (dbc370)

  15. The City of Chicago just settled a humongous Code of Silence lawsuit against the City of Chicago and the CPD, in the middle of closing arguments, over the CPD covering up for a drunken and abusive cop for twenty years until finally he killed two people too important to just sweep under the rug.

    nk (dbc370)

  16. “Just a little reminder that defense attorneys in criminal trials, like people running for office (oh hi Roy Moore!) often prey on people’s basest emotions and prejudices. Human decisionmaking can be a nasty process, can’t it?”

    So do prosecutors. Every day of the work week.

    Colonel Haiku (820854)

  17. it’s like if they were accused of pedophilia they’d want some Mitt Romney voters

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  18. A better move would be a change of venue to West Hollywood.

    nk (dbc370)

  19. I was defending the girlfriend of a drug felon who was in the room with drugs (he was on parol, caught in room with drugs hidden in the drop ceiling, she was visiting and in fact tested clean) the Prosecutor dropped the case (conspiring to traffic) during voir dire when one juror answered the question “do any of you know police officers or law enforcement” thus: “yeah, you are the asshole who tried to railroad me and seize my cabin when the cops caught my nephew smoking dope in the woods.”

    It was glorious. Of course 6 months later, the girl was caught carrying. The war on drugs really is the war on the terminally stupid.

    Steve Malynn (296daf)

  20. This week, it was ABC’s “Never-Trump” Megyn Kelly’s chance to exact revenge on President Trump, who after attacking him during his first debate, lost her conservative Fox News fanbase and basically saw her promising career come to a screeching halt. ABC picked up Kelly in a $23 million per year contract in a gamble that liberals would warm up to the formerly conservative host. ABC has since found out that conservatives no longer want anything to do with Kelly, and liberals despise her for her past performances as a top-rated host on conservative-leaning FOX News.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  21. Papertiger,

    Not sure that it really matters, but Megyn Kelly works for NBC (now owned by Comcast).

    BfC (5517e8)

  22. it’s like if they were accused of pedophilia they’d want some Mitt Romney voters

    Or happyfeet fans.

    Kevin M (752a26)

  23. ABC has since found out that conservatives no longer want anything to do with Kelly

    You conflate “conservatives” with Trump supporters. Or redefine them, I guess. But a lot of conservatives would take Megyn over Trump any day.

    Kevin M (752a26)

  24. About a year ago I made a comment here about how I have never known an honest cop. Well, I got jumped all over by some of you guys. Truth is, being a restaurant/bar owner for 37 years I knew all the cops in all the districts I owned places. One of my long time best friends was a sergeant in the Philly cops (unfortunately he’s dead now) and he was as crooked as they come. Great guy, great friend but crooked. All the cops I knew owned a home in Philly (required to work there) always in a nicer area and one in Wildwood or OC Maryland. The vacation homes went up to as much as $900k. They all owned top level cars: Caddies, Lincolns, Jaguars. As did their wives and usually girlfriends who they kept on side apts. Most owned boats or high end Harley’s, skidoo’s or 4 wheelers. Some had hunting cabins in the Pocono’s. All on less than $80k a year. Not bad.

    I was with my buddy the Sarge when he went into a Hallmark store and got a big card and a silver picture frame, then went next door and got a Seiko watch, then we hit the deli where he “bought” me lunch and as we left we went through the beer distributor who threw two cases of Heineken in his trunk of his Lexus. He never reached for his wallet once. Oh, it was all “his” gift for the wife’s birthday.

    Rev.Hoagie (6bbda7)

  25. NJRob – based on the reactions of the people I know in NYC, NYC is fine. Not even a little bit shaken. More annoyed than anything else.

    aphrael (e0cdc9)

  26. It’s interesting that the Port Authority suicide bomber was taken into custody alive.

    An ISIS-inspired would-be suicide bomber, with a bomb strapped on his person, is alive along with everybody else.

    The guy did not want to do this thing is what that says to me.

    So it was somebody else’s idea that he bomb the subway. Who would this or these mysterious other(s) be?

    Don’t tell me he was overcome by religious ferver. Naw.

    He was being pressured as sure as a would-be starlet trying out for a part in a Weinstein feature film. The people doing the pressuring, they’re riding carpets at the Mosque. Fat dumb and happy.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  27. ABC that have hampering his start and didn’t reprimand him before he went to new york and time magazine, the latter put a pillow on the Weinstein story last year.

    narciso (4346c7)

  28. Not sure that it really matters, but Megyn Kelly works for NBC (now owned by Comcast).

    It matters a lot. How is she going to score another $20 million for waggling her tail in front of somebody until he “harasses” her now that they’ve fired Matt Lauer?

    nk (dbc370)

  29. Papertiger, you could be on to something.

    Steve Malynn (296daf)

  30. Nah papertiger he was either a real Muslim on his way to fake bomb a mosque or a Flambe chef making a house call.

    Pinandpuller (401e2c)

  31. Imagine if you took the crazy Bagwan cult from Oregon and put them in NYC or LA in the food truck business. I think they managed to give 200 people in their small town salmonella.

    Pinandpuller (401e2c)

  32. Halperin, aytomistake is covering for him.

    narciso (4346c7)

  33. This “Tidbit” is from ABC news. Has it been verified as accurate?

    More lies from the Democrat Fake News Machine:


    CNN has quietly walked back more of their “bombshell” reporting on the Trump-Russia collusion narrative, and this time it’s a story relating to Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ security clearance forms.

    In May, CNN reported that Sessions had failed to disclose meetings he had with the Russian ambassador when he was a senator. Justice Department officials told CNN that Sessions had not listed those meetings on a security clearance form, even though the form says to list “any contact” with the “foreign government” or its “representatives” in the past seven years.

    CNN framed the non-disclosures as more evidence of collusion between Russia and the Trump team, writing, “He has come under withering criticism from Democrats following revelations that he did not disclose the same contacts with Kislyak during his Senate confirmation hearings earlier this year.”

    At the time, Sessions said he was told by the FBI not to list meetings “connected with his Senate activities,” but CNN’s legal expert denied those claims.

    “A legal expert who regularly assists officials in filling out the form disagrees with the Justice Department’s explanation, suggesting that Sessions should have disclosed the meetings,” CNN asserted.

    The CNN report led to breathless coverage by the rest of the legacy media, who painted the non-disclosures as a Trump official trying to hide problematic meetings with the Russians.

    However, CNN admitted early Monday that FBI emails prove that Sessions’ explanation for the non-disclosures is accurate.

    Rev.Hoagie (6bbda7)

  34. it’s actually Associated Press fake news Mr. Reverend

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  35. When did we bomb Bangladesh is he confused with Pakistan:

    The other day I saw a link to something about Nixon/Kissinger’s proPakistan policies helping lead to genocide in what is now Bangladesh…the war that eventually led to what had been East Pakistan becoming independent. I didn’t follow the link, but I would bet similar talk has been around for years, and that may have contributed to this.

    kishnevi (5cc98a)

  36. 39. Absolutely true. President Nixon got personally impressed with the then-ruler of Pakistan,

    Henry jissinger called te policy (as far as United Nations Resolutions were concerned) a “tilt” toward Pakistan.

    Anyway, India intervened. Now, in 2017, neither India nor Bangladesh is intervening in Burma, although mild concern is slowing things down.

    Also, in 1977, Jimmy Carter prevented Thailand from invading Cambodia. (I read that at the time but can’t find areference to it on he Interet, but I am sure this happened)

    When (North) Vietnam finally did (in response to provocations) they were all against it, siding with China, and both Carter and Reagan recognized the Pol Pot regime as entitled to the seat in the United Nations. Pol Pot held for about ten years in a war fought solely for the sake of a vote in the United Nations General Assembly.

    Technically they were not supporting Pol Pot, but an alliance which he headed. Which was a coalition the way the Communist government of Poland was.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  37. Speaking of Islam… how’s NYC?

    Trump still isn’t keeping his promise.

    “The crime and violence that today afflicts our nation will soon come to an end. Beginning on January 20th, 2017, safety will be restored.”
    – Donald Trump

    Dave (a5c373)

  38. Read the article and all the comments and I’m really hungry for Pork Belly, cheers.
    I know a place…

    mg (60b0f7)

  39. Dave, those voices in your head just….won’t….stop…..

    Rev.Hoagie (6bbda7)

  40. Why would anyone let someone in their country when the beginning of their country starts with “Bang”

    mg (60b0f7)

  41. Premature detenation
    All the good suicide bombers are gone

    mg (60b0f7)

  42. @45

    Priceless, mg.

    Rev.Hoagie (6bbda7)

  43. I imagine that he sees the larger ummah, as his country, I’m surprised he didn’t bring up the rohingya

    narciso (d1f714)

  44. Apprentice bomber? Who makes a pipe bomb that doesn’t even have enough oomph to kill the guy holding it?

    There may be more to this; I haven’t been following it once I learned no one was dead and bomber in custody. I went on to other things. I fail to see the newsworthiness of video of dozens of cops wondering around in SWAT gear and with MP5s and M16s at sling arms. I guess it makes people feel safe.

    Gramps (a079bc)

  45. It must be a bizarre conspiracy or the fault lies with earlier Presidents, Dave.

    DRJ (15874d)

  46. There was the times square bomber, the underwear bomber a few other examples.

    narciso (d1f714)

  47. 45. mg (60b0f7) — 12/11/2017 @ 2:18 pm

    All the good suicide bombers are gone

    no, all the good suicide bomb builders are gone.

    They can’t smuggle in a bomb, or a bomb builder, into the United States, or if they can, they don’t want to blow it.

    They don’t have the car bomb either in the United States or Europe. Just cars and trucks themselves, and they have to rely on blunt impact.

    Firearms are somewhat easier for them, but still hard to get.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  48. I’m not for chain migration
    but I am for chain deportation

    mg (60b0f7)

  49. 48. Gramps (a079bc) — 12/11/2017 @ 2:57 pm

    Apprentice bomber? Who makes a pipe bomb that doesn’t even have enough oomph to kill the guy holding it?

    A cautious one, who errs on the side of safety.

    They closed streets and subway lies for several hours.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  50. * Subway lines.

    the Times Square bomber didn’t know how to build a bomb that did much.

    Neither did Terry Nichols. He had to travel to the Philipines to learn from al Qaeda (Ramzi Youssef was al Qeada) how to build a bomb. He had experimented in Michigan – he never could get it to work.

    Other terrorists blew themselves up first in the bomb factory. (The Weathermen, some FALN)

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  51. If Obama gets credit for this economy he ought to get credit for this failed bomber. Now NYPD can get back to loose salesman.

    Pinandpuller (401e2c)

  52. *loosie

    Pinandpuller (401e2c)

  53. Hoagie @12:17

    Which lies? The whole article? That hardly seems likely. How did they do with punctuation? Is there anything that escapes your notice?

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  54. These are militia loony tunes who apparently believed that if Trump won, Obama was going to roll in the tanks and declare martial law.

    That’s garden-variety Swiftboater-Teaparty-Birfer genetics, so the loonies are mainstream if you count the remainder support from low information voters. The knuckleheads in question are not outliers. They are Trumps core.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  55. I remember the loonies were desperate to make every .223, 9mm and .357 ammo out- of-stock everywhere 24/7.

    You couldn’t find .22 sometimes. But the sheer idiocy paid dividends. Factories added lines until the glut.

    A year ago I paid 40 bucks for a hundred Federal .223 this year it’s 32 bucks. Noce.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  56. Now I would have no problem pulling the lever on these punks,
    S,

    narciso (d1f714)


  57. 59.I remember the loonies were desperate to make every .223, 9mm and .357 ammo out- of-stock everywhere 24/7.


    No comrade, I don’t remember that. When and where do you get your information, the Fake News media? I know your usual “trusted sources” either GQ or Esquire! The co-bibles of left wing lies.

    “Donald Trump’s relentless focus on tax cuts, deregulation and draining the swamp is great for job growth… with minorities, women, men and even those with low incomes, showing the best gains” https://t.co/DpvWtKlCY6

    — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) December 10, 2017

    Since the election “the jobless rate for African Americans dropped from 8% to 7.3%, while for Hispanics it fell from 5.7% to 4.7%…and with Trump’s big tax cuts on the way, job growth isn’t likely to end soon -more good news for all Americans.” -Investor’s Business Daily

    — Sarah Sanders

    Can’t make it up: Obama now wants credit for the booming Trump economy. At least we can all agree the economy is better under President Trump.

    — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) December 10, 2017

    I’m old enough to remember when President Trump’s election was going to “crash the market.” One year later: market up over 30%, two million new jobs & 1,000 new manufacturing jobs created every day just last month…and now Obama wants credit for the booming Trump economy.

    — Sarah Sanders (@PressSec) December 10, 2017

    Rev.Hoagie (6bbda7)

  58. perhaps some day to many world’s beyond

    Direct quote ISYN.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  59. Hoagie. Stop, look and listen. Read the rest…

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  60. The suspect in New York spent a month in Bangladesh in September this year. (orat least entered and left Bangladesh)

    ISIS is now starting in Bangladesh, and that’s not the only rubric they operate under. The organizations are not really all that separate – probably all fundedand organized by Pakistani intelligence.

    http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/20/asia/bangladesh-new-isis-hotspot/index.html

    http://www.independent.co.uk/news/world/asia/isis-bangladesh-dhaka-cafe-attack-mastermind-identified-tamim-chowdhury-canada-killed-in-police-raid-a7212671.html

    He was also in the United Arab Emirates at some time.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73)

  61. That raises a question, dud he cross over into arrakhine province at that time, that is the dog that hasn’t barked yetm

    narciso (d1f714)

  62. http://www.motherjones.com/politics/2017/12/russian-propagandists-are-pushing-for-roy-moore-to-win/

    What Trump loonies hath wrought. Or is it rot?

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  63. Mother Jones, lol.

    Steve Malynn (cb0ada)

  64. So it turns klimnik and akmetschin had worked with American ngos in the past.

    narciso (d1f714)

  65. Well, he’s still ignoring how the anti-Trump Resistance msm screwed the pooch three times in one week but at least it’s not another Roy Moore screed……..my bad!

    harkin (0d876d)

  66. You couldn’t find .22 sometimes. But the sheer idiocy paid dividends. Factories added lines until the glut.

    A year ago I paid 40 bucks for a hundred Federal .223 this year it’s 32 bucks. Noce.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab) — 12/11/2017 @ 3:50 pm

    That’s gonna last you a long time with 10 shot magazines.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  67. I meant to thank you pin.

    Thanks for the rebate

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  68. You aren’t planning on going to see an outdoor concert are ya? Come on. You can tell us.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  69. I received the rebate pinhead.

    You supplied the cash rewards so I wonder which of us based on inventory, is the greater existential threat?

    Maybe you should stfu.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  70. Really. There’s nothing worse than a pinhead thinking he’s all that smart.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  71. I got nothing to do with your ‘bating or rebating, I hope.

    I bought a compact USP Airsoft gun. When you combine that with myotonic goats it’s just like you stepped on the Holodeck.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  72. Well at least you’re honest about your ignorance on the subject. You sound like hoagie.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  73. Three is so much fake news like a pillow which hides the fact:

    https://mobile.twitter.com/ChuckRossDC/status/940360175122309127

    narciso (d1f714)

  74. “Really. There’s nothing worse than a pinhead thinking he’s all that smart.”

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab) — 12/11/2017 @ 4:42 pm

    The pinhead became self-aware at 4:42pm Pacific on 12/11/17…

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  75. They don’t have the car bomb either in the United States or Europe. Just cars and trucks themselves, and they have to rely on blunt impact.

    Firearms are somewhat easier for them, but still hard to get.

    Sammy Finkelman (69aa73) — 12/11/2017 @ 3:24 pm

    How hard is it to shove people in front of trains?

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  76. Just don’t f- with me pinhead

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  77. https://townhall.com/columnists/kurtschlichter/2017/12/11/woke-conservatives-and-the-awesome-power-of-not-caring-n2420738

    Cleek’s Law

    Today’s conservatism is the opposite of what liberals want today, updated daily.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  78. you go first

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  79. I thought so! This is not a terrorist plot. It is a “terrorist plot” that the FBI manufactured. An “FBI undercover employee” was going to supply the materials for the bombs.
    http://www.kwch.com/content/news/Transcripts-detail-plot-to-bomb-Somali-refugees-in-Kansas-448965763.html

    The FBI only solves crimes it commits, and sometimes not even those. Sometimes it prefers to hush up its participation by murdering the witnesses.

    nk (dbc370)

  80. Burnie bot is butthurt. How entertaining.

    NJRob (a6013b)

  81. That gender gate swings both ways.

    With each day seeming to bring new headlines that force men from positions of power, the movement to expose sexual harassment has forced an unwelcome conversation on the White House. In a heated exchange with reporters in the White House briefing room on Monday, press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders steadfastly dismissed accusations against the Republican president and suggested the issue had already been litigated in Trump’s favor on Election Day.

    https://apnews.com/e3b50b28fa73426799e6ac63839057fb

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  82. Nut job I’m jubilant!

    How could you be so unaware?

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  83. You supplied the cash rewards so I wonder which of us based on inventory, is the greater existential threat?

    I always choose the older, crazier, more liberal white guy.

    Maybe you should stfu.

    You aren’t the first to suggest that. The first today. So far. You can start marking your comments with “First!” like at Ace.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab) — 12/11/2017 @ 4:40 pm

    Really. There’s nothing worse than a pinhead thinking he’s all that smart.

    It could be worse to be educated beyond your intelligence, stuck with nothing left in life other than slowly being filtered out of a blog comment section. You tell me.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  84. Just don’t f- with me pinhead

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab) — 12/11/2017 @ 4:54 pm

    Are you planning on making love to your Bill O’Reilly loofa tonight? Just hang a Khmer Rouge on the door so nobody walks in on you.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  85. I encourage script-blocking for the uneducable.

    I hope that’s clear.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  86. https://mobile.twitter.com/kurtschlichter/status/790275166802579456

    ENABLERS UNITE!

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab) — 12/11/2017 @ 5:01 pm

    Way to bury the lede. Get this, a porn star was offered money for sex. Do they take .223 in your area?

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  87. I encourage script-blocking for the uneducable.

    I hope that’s clear.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab) — 12/11/2017 @ 5:28 pm

    I encourage you to get better script-writers.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  88. Ex-Spy Chief Admits Role In ‘Deep State’ Intelligence War On Trump

    An ex-spy chief who spoke out publicly against Trump while inspiring other career intelligence figures to follow suit has admitted his leading role in the intelligence community waging political war against the president, describing his actions as something he didn’t “fully think through”. In a surprisingly frank interview, the CIA’s Michael Morell – who was longtime Deputy Director and former Acting Director of the nation’s most powerful intelligence agency – said that it wasn’t a great idea to leak against and bash a new president.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2017-12-11/ex-spy-chief-admits-role-deep-state-intelligence-war-trump

    Nothing to see here, move along…….

    harkin (0d876d)

  89. I encourage you to get better script-writers.

    You?

    You can’t scrape the fungus from my big toe-nail

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  90. Way to bury the lede. Get this, a porn star was offered money for sex. Do they take .223 in your area?

    No, but they’ll arrange for you to take it up the are for a price if you’re game and I believe that’s been stipulated.

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  91. Shyster, Spincter, Schiester (Deutsch) or Art’s non-gambling brother.

    urbanleftbehind (b69296)

  92. are being arse..

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  93. $10,000? Pshaw! A $100 tops, and a visit to your doctor for prophylactic treatment for HIV, Hepatitis C, and bacterial STDs right away afterwards.

    nk (dbc370)

  94. Leeann Tweeden wore those schoolteacher glasses, too. They’re a common prop for MILF and teacher p**n.

    nk (dbc370)

  95. whatever happened to nanotech

    Mr. Instapundit used to have a link on that every day

    now not so much

    happyfeet (28a91b)

  96. Nk, somebody forgot to tell Marie Harf and S.E. Cupp.

    urbanleftbehind (b69296)

  97. Do Marie Harf and S. E. Cupp earn their daily bread with their clothes off like the two ladies I was talking about?

    nk (dbc370)

  98. Good Lord. P and all his prior enthusiasm for banning people. As someone who pops in here only every so often, it’s quite stunning what much lower levels of decorum and argumentation this place has descended to. It would be akin to a Greek tragedy were it not so incredibly funny. To me, anyway.

    CFarleigh (6994bd)

  99. Think of it as the slumming you never got to do because you were too busy making the world work, CFarleigh.

    nk (dbc370)

  100. You can’t scrape the fungus from my big toe-nail

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner

    I can’t, Uncle Remus? You can’t jump off of the Coronado Bridge.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  101. Defense attorneys prey on people’s emotions????

    A prosecuting attorney would NEVER do such a thing, im sure.

    Ben munda (7d0b19)

  102. Patterico:

    Antifa/Black Lives Matter folks looking to blow up a police station

    Facts not even remotely in evidence counselor. Just more false equivalency.

    Newman (822e93)

  103. Yep. Kinda sorta, nk.

    CFarleigh (6994bd)

  104. Not that I know of, but their respective cable TV employers encourage the “look”, they even have Loesch in glasses nowadays.

    urbanleftbehind (b69296)

  105. I do recall a ferguson related sometimes matter plot, but their PayPal ran out.

    narciso (4346c7)

  106. THIS is CNN…

    http://ace.mu.nu/archives/372914.php

    Kudos to our host for not pointing to them anymore as a source for the anti-Trump stuff.

    Colonel Haiku (2601c0)

  107. She would greet each client sweetly, demand cash payment,
    and absorb all their battering – without ever getting up.
    Too soon the brothel-keeper dismissed his girls:
    she stayed right till the end, always last to go,
    then trailed away sadly, still, with burning, rigid vulva,
    exhausted by men, yet a long way from satisfied,
    cheeks grimed with lamp-smoke, filthy, carrying home
    to her Imperial couch the stink of the whorehouse. – Juvenal, Satire VI

    On Valeria Messalina

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  108. It’s like strippers wearing starched shirts and bow ties, or Sylvester Stallone wearing Army fatigues. It depends on the person whether they’re for real or costumes. For Jessica Drake and Leeann Tweeden, the safe bet is that they’re costumes.

    nk (dbc370)

  109. Rupert pupkin has been huffing like Frank boothe, but it is this consensual hallucination which Carlos slims and Bezos has bought in to, that threatens focusing on real issues.

    narciso (4346c7)

  110. The operative part is Megyn Kelly gets paid $23 million whether people watch her or not. Draining the swamp.

    papertiger (c8116c)

  111. I wuz moderated:

    She would greet each client sweetly, demand cash payment,
    and absorb all their battering – without ever getting up.
    Too soon the brothel-keeper dismissed his girls:
    she stayed right till the end, always last to go,
    then trailed away sadly, still, with burning, rigid v*lva,
    exhausted by men, yet a long way from satisfied,
    cheeks grimed with lamp-smoke, filthy, carrying home to her Imperial couch the stink of the wh*rehouse. – Juvenal, Satire VI

    On Valeria Messalina

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  112. It was the word that rhymes with door.

    nk (dbc370)

  113. @HillaryClinton

    The crowd fled at the sound of the pipebomb.

    Imagine the deaths if that pipebomb had a silencer.

    Please tell me she got hacked again. The smartest woman who ever lived.

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  114. #FakeNews

    nk (dbc370)

  115. Christmas came early:

    STORRS, Conn. — Prosecutors have dropped a breach of peace charge filed against a conservative commentator over a confrontation he had with protesters at the University of Connecticut as he prepared to give a speech titled “It’s OK To Be White.”

    Lucian Wintrich, the White House correspondent for the right-wing website Gateway Pundit, was charged after grabbing a woman who took his notes from the lectern last month.

    Wintrich, who had argued he had every right to retrieve his property, said outside the courthouse Monday that he was pleased “the system corrected itself.”

    “We don’t want to create a precedent that people can walk up to speeches they find disagreeable and steal them,” he said. “I mean that’s really not what America is about.”

    The woman, Catherine Gregory, of Willimantic, turned herself in on Sunday to face charges of attempted larceny and disorderly conduct. She did not immediately return phone and email messages seeking comment. Gregory, who is free on a $1,000 bond, is due in court on Wednesday

    WAPO

    Pinandpuller (e364e7)

  116. mountain of evidence points to a single fact: Russia meddled in the U.S. presidential election of 2016.

    http://www.politifact.com/truth-o-meter/article/2017/dec/12/2017-lie-year-russian-election-interference-made-s/

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  117. This Gregory honey boo boo is not a student. She’s 33 years old and an “adviser” at UConn. UConn being a public university, the twink should consider a Section 1983 lawsuit for violation of his Constitutional rights.

    nk (dbc370)

  118. Ed Lee, meet Bart Giamatti.

    urbanleftbehind (9240ed)

  119. December 11, 2017 11:53 pm
    Roy Moore’s Wife: We’re Not Anti-Semitic, ‘One of Our Attorneys Is a Jew

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)

  120. The walls are therefore closing in on Trump. But the closer Mueller gets to Trump, the likelier it is that Trump will act to try to end his investigation. Ask yourself this: if you committed a crime and had one of the nation’s top cops coming for you, wouldn’t you try anything, no matter how risky, to get out of it? The same circumstances led Richard Nixon to commit the Saturday night massacre.
    https://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2017/dec/12/robert-mueller-trump-congress-protect-investigation

    Admiral Ben Bunsen Burner (b3d5ab)


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