Wednesday, December 23, 2020

Dayvoe's FISA Treason Whataboutism fails. "FISA warrants aren't easy to get."

 "Can We Do That Thought-Experiment Again? PLEASE?"

Take a look at this, from the Washington Post:
The FBI obtained a secret court order last summer to monitor the communications of an adviser to presidential candidate Donald Trump, part of an investigation into possible links between Russia and the campaign, law enforcement and other U.S. officials said.

The FBI and the Justice Department obtained the warrant targeting Carter Page’s communications after convincing a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court judge that there was probable cause to believe Page was acting as an agent of a foreign power, in this case Russia, according to the officials.

This is the clearest evidence so far that the FBI had reason to believe during the 2016 presidential campaign that a Trump campaign adviser was in touch with Russian agents. Such contacts are now at the center of an investigation into whether the campaign coordinated with the Russian government to swing the election in Trump’s favor. Of course Page calls it "unjustified, politically motivated government surveillance."

But let's take a look at the FISA Court anyway, shall we?  What does it take to get a FISA Court to OK some surveillance?

From CNN:
The FISA Court's larger mission is to decide whether to grant certain types of government requests-- wiretapping, data analysis, and other monitoring for "foreign intelligence purposes" of suspected terrorists and spies operating in the United States.

The once-secret approval of collecting bits and pieces of information from electronic communications -- called metadata -- comes quarterly from judges at the court. To collect the information, the government has to demonstrate to a judge that it is "relevant" to an international terrorism investigation. And who's on this court?  Again, CNN:
The court is made up of 11 judges who sit for seven-year terms. All are federal district judges who agree to take on the additional duties on a rotating basis. They are appointed by Chief Justice John Roberts, without any supplemental confirmation from the other two branches of government. Roberts has named every member of the current court, as well as a separate three-judge panel to hear appeals known as the Court of Review. So ALL the judges are Roberts approved.

Back to the Washington Post:
The judges who rule on Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) requests oversee the nation’s most sensitive national security cases, and their warrants are some of the most closely guarded secrets in the world of U.S. law enforcement and intelligence gathering. Any FISA application has to be approved at the highest levels of the Justice Department and the FBI.

Applications for FISA warrants, [FBI Director James] Comey said, are often thicker than his wrists, and that thickness represents all the work Justice Department attorneys and FBI agents have to do to convince a judge that such surveillance is appropriate in an investigation. I hardly think a "politically motivated" and "unjustified" FISA warrant application from the Obama DOJ is going to make it past all those levels of guv'ment bureaucracy - especially not all those FISA judges appointed by the conservative Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court, John Roberts.

And now onto that thought experiment: Imagine if she won the electoral college and someone (anyone) attached to the Clinton campaign was under similar surveillance.  Imagine the calls for impeachment that would have inevitably risen up out of the otherwise freedom loving conservatives on the right side of our nation's political discourse.  Where there's silence from the right now, there would have been riots and burning effigies.

Forget the damned emails, this is treason!

But that's a different timeline, a different reality.  And in this reality, different rules obviously apply.

Friday, September 04, 2020


 Nolte: Don’t Let the Fake Fact Checkers Fool You – Joe and Kamala Support Gun Confiscation
Conspiracy Theory is news minus 4 years
This won't age well
Confirmed: Former Obama DOJ Attorney Fed Christopher Steele Garbage Included in His Infamous Steele Dossier
Kamala Harris on the Second Amendment
Highway Stop-And-Frisk: How Pennsylvania State Troopers Conduct Illegal Traffic Searches
The NRA Might Not Survive This
The RNC speech from Parkland shooting victim’s father was just stunning
NY AG’s efforts to dissolve NRA look even worse upon closer examination
Federal Court Rules In Favor Of Sarah Palin’s Defamation Lawsuit Against The New York Times
Palin v. New York Times District Judge Refuses to Overrule Supreme Court Precedent
Senate Intelligence Report Is Long On Pages And Short On Intelligence
University of Pittsburgh Hits Rock Bottom
About Kevin Clinesmith
Kentucky Authorities Offered Leniency to Breonna Taylor's Ex if He Would Implicate Her in Drug Crimes
The ACLU Defends the NRA
No Qualified Immunity for Kentucky Cops Who Strip-Searched a 4-Year-Old and Threatened Mom
Filipovic’s Bleak House
Statement Released By John Pierce, Attorney For Kyle Rittenhouse
Police Unions Lose Bid To Block Release of Huge Trove of NYPD Misconduct Records
Joe Biden Does Not Understand the Second Amendment
Cop Who Allegedly Kneed a Subdued Suspect in the Eye '20 to 30 Times' Gets Qualified Immunity
Kamala Harris: Drug Warrior, Vice Cop, Draconian Prosecutor
DC Police Union Sues To Block The Release Of Names Of Officers Involved In Shootings
When It Comes To Qualified Immunity, Where Your Rights Were Violated Matters More Than The Fact Your Rights Were Violated
Federal Court: No, You Fucking May Not Force Your Way Into A Home And Strip Search Six Very Young Children
Cops lie constantly
Democrats Weaponize IRS To Extend NRA Crackdown To Washington
Gun-Control Group Shies Away from Guns in Swing State Attack Ads
NYPD’s Matrix
Ninth Circuit Says NSA's Bulk Phone Records Collection Was Illegal, Most Likely Unconstitutional
The Inevitable Whitelash Against Racial Justice Has Started

Friday, August 07, 2020


 Sally Yates’ Testimony Showed She’s Either Ignorant Or Lying About Russiagate
Is New York's Attack on the NRA Meant To Punish the Gun Rights Cause for Executive Malfeasance?
Judge Hits District Attorney Who Issued Fake Subpoenas With A $50,000 Penalty For Blowing Off Records Requests
ProPublica Releases NYPD Discipline Records Its Union Thought It Had Talked A Court Into Keeping Secret
NY Post's Journalistic Malpractice: Misleading Reporting On Nick Sandmann's Washington Post Settlement
Internal Investigation Shows The Houston PD's Narcotics Units Was An Unsupervised Mess
Second Circuit Wrecks All Sorts Of First Amendment Protections To Keep Lawsuit Against Joy Reid Alive
Donald Trump Tells NRA’s 5 Million Members He Will Protect Guns, Police
New York Attorney General Sues To Completely Dissolve The NRA
James Carville: 'Deal With It, Democrats, You're Going To Win'
Twitter Blames Brad Parscale’s Demotion On Trump Fuming Over His ‘Canoodling’ With Hope Hicks
How the NRA’s new legal woes will cripple GOP candidates in November
New York AG Moves for NRA Dissolution
NRA Countersuit
Is the Senate Filibuster a 'Jim Crow Relic' That Should Be Abolished in the Name of Democracy?
The Majority of Americans Oppose Qualified Immunity. Where Is Congress?
Want To Reform Policing? Bust Police Unions.
Media Silent As Christopher Steele ‘Hero’ ‘Spymaster’ Narrative Crumbles
Don’t Fall for Cuomo’s Gaslighting on Coronavirus
WATCH: Jim Jordan grills Dr. Fauci on whether protests should be limited over coronavirus transmission
WOW –> Sleeping Giants’ co-founder Nandini Jammi leaves, shares not-so-great story about her ‘white, male co-founder’
Canceling Rape Rape
Eric Holder Predicts Trump Will Use ‘Paramilitary Forces’ To Rig 2020 Election
Steele Dossier Was British Disinformation: From A Steele Employee
Jake Tapper: How Dare Jim Jordan Suggest That The Media Has Relentlessly Claimed The "Protesters" Are "Peaceful!"
Covid Credibility Lost – Contradictory Epidemiology Pronouncements & Fraudulent Statistics
Steele's "Primary Subsource" Was... Employee of Leftwing Democrat Think Tank The Brookings Institute, Which Itself Was a Major Pusher of the Russiagate Conspiracy Hoax
This won't age well
Fox News Shrugs Off NRA Corruption Because NY Lawsuit Good For GOP

Friday, July 17, 2020

Of course Ironclad FISA Dayvoe stiill has comments disabled.

2 Political Junkies: When a MAGA-hat Tries To praise Trump's Response T...: Next time a MAGA-hat tries to deflect from Trump's mishandling of the Coronavirus by screeching "But he banned all the flights/trav

He pretends that Democrats would not have"screeched" of Trump had locked down the US borders.

Dayvoe ends by screeching and excusing Gov. Andrew Cuomo

"So how many people in NYC died because of Trump's failure?"

Wednesday, July 15, 2020


A Democratic Tsunami?
LOL: British Court Orders Christopher Steele to Pay Damages for Defaming People With His Russia Hoax Libels
Club For Growth Tears the Bark Off "The Lincoln Project," Exposing It As a Democrat Front Group and Pack of Grifters
Holy Shit Is S.E. Cupp a Stupid Bint
The science is settled, the facts are in
James Carville: 'Deal With It, Democrats, You're Going To Win'
Obama admin shut down H1N1 testing, complicating Biden's attacks on Trump's coronavirus screening
Qualified Immunity Reform: The Cure Is Worse than the Disease
Qualified Immunity Is a Test for Conservatives
Narcissists, Psychopaths, and Manipulators Are More Likely To Engage in 'Virtuous Victim Signaling,' Says Study
Phony Overtime, Fictional Drug Buys, and Mysterious C.I. Payments Offer a Glimpse of Houston Police Corruption
NY PBA President Lynch Argues For The End of Public Sector Unions
Bill to Restrict Qualified Immunity Accidentally Makes the Case for It
The Rise in COVID-19 Cases Explained
Explosive New FBI Notes Confirm Obama Directed Anti-Flynn Operation
D&D Ditches ‘Evil’ Species In A Woke, Clumsy Attempt To Fight Racism
Daily Caller reporter attacked by protesters for using phone to record; Police had to pull her to safety…
RBG and the wise latina
The corrupt FBI and the compliant media
Appeals Court Strips Immunity From Abusive Cops Who Assaulted A Compliant Black Man... And The City That Allowed This To Happen
Police Memo Says Officers Raiding A Journalist's Home Were Instructed To Turn Off Their Body Cameras
Another gut punch for McRapey
A Short Tutorial On The General Flynn Case Procedures
Greg’s List
Hagia Sophia: Turkish Propaganda vs. Documented History
Peter Navarro: Anthony Fauci Has Been Wrong On Every Single Claim He's Made About Covid

Tuesday, July 07, 2020

Best argument that the Duke Lacrosse rapists were guilt.

Greg Tift says:
Nifong created this problem for himself by not getting a gag order. A gag order would have put a cap on the defense team and key witnesses in the case and there would have been a strong chance this case would have made it to trial.
The defense team was allowed to give press conferences and put a spin on the case. This spin was accepted as truth by the public in general. After all it was only a black woman’s word against the white elite. Nifong should have been aware of this, because this case had elements of race as a factor.
I do not believe for one moment the accuser made up the whole thing no matter what the media or district attorney says.
The media is not the tier of facts and the case should not have been decided because of public opinion.
The judicial system does not work like it suppose too when you have powerful white people pulling strings behind the scene. This is what happened in this case and it is obvious, otherwise this case goes to court like many cases before this one.
If these defendants are so “innocent” they should have no problem proving the accuser a liar in a court of Law, where it counts the most.
Their behavior on the night of the crime would have exposed these defendants as degenerates.
People would have little doubt that they may have committed the things they were accused of.
This is why they did not want a trial; plain and simple.
Not to defend Nifong but I don’t see him any different then most prosecutors who want to take a case to trial. And like most prosecutors wining is not a sure thing. They know that going in.
Most people say Nifong had no case at all, yet they were afraid of him presenting his case in court. Why is that?
If people are certain he had no case they should welcome a trial so they can laugh at him make a fool of him self. Since that wasn’t good enough for them it became clear to me that the defense team was afraid of trial.
Many defendants claim they did nothing wrong before going to court, but when they finally go to trial it turned out they are guilty as charged.
It is a sad day in America when people and the media rather attack and discredit a woman crying for help then support her right to a fair trial.

Friday, June 12, 2020


Democrats, Not Republicans, Protect Dirty Cops
New York Legislators Dump Law That Allowed PDs To Withhold Officers' Disciplinary Records
Chicago Mayor Says City's Police Officers Will Be 'Stripped Of Their Powers' If They Turn Off Their Cameras
Behind Every Terrible Police Officer Is An Even Worse Police Union Rep
Another 91 Cases Linked To Lying Houston Cop Involved In A Botched Drug Raid Have Been Dismissed
California Anti-SLAPP Law Gives Rachel Maddow An Early Exit From Conservative News Network's Bogus Libel Lawsuit
George Floyd, A Memo to Progressives
HPD Chief to Trump: “Keep your mouth shut”
Where are all you gun owners now?
Qualified Immunity Is Only Part Of The Problem
Prediction: Flynn’s Petition for a Writ of Mandamus Will Be Rejected
Hopefully Just a Few More Months of This Insanity
Steve Schmidt breaks down why Joe Biden should be an ‘easy’ choice for moderate Republicans
Houston Police Chief's Record Belies His Reformist Rhetoric After George Floyd's Death
Only the Cops Need Guns' Simply Could Not Live Forever Alongside, 'The Cops Are Racist and Will Kill You'"
Chicago Cops Nap and Snack in the Ruins of Riots
These Judges Defend Qualified Immunity as 'a Deferential Rule' That Protects the Police
The Government Was Wrong About Masks
Maybe Cops Should Be 'Pulling Back'
Police Unions and the Problem of Police Misconduct
Why Cato Took on Qualified Immunity
Rebutting the IACP’s Spurious Defense of Qualified Immunity
SCOTUS Continues To Delay Qualified Immunity Cert Petitions
New York’s Notorious 50-a Repealed
Prickett: We Issue Body Cams for a Reason, Chief
Prickett: Taking a Knee
Prickett: Taking a Knee
Qualified Immunity Is “A Problem” But Not “The Problem”
Declassified Flynn/Kislyak Transcripts: Mueller, Schiff, the Entire Media (Including Broad Swaths of "Fair and Balanced News Alternative" Fox) Straight-Up Lied
Antifa, "Mainstream" Media Join Forces to Push the "Right Wing Extremists Are Behind the Riots" False Flag Conspiracy Theory
RedState Legal Analyst "Shipwreckedcrew:" Emmit Sullivan's Response to the Court of Appeals Is Deranged, Doesn't Cite Any Authority for His Actions, Just Tells Them To Let Him Do Whatever He Wants