Wednesday too

1. Think we’ll just leave it to Arron to do now:

2. Were we not speaking of totalitarianism?

3. Denver airport all over again:

4. Nanny states will love it:

5. Last but not least, always remember:

[H/T Chuckles and haiku]

11 comments for “Wednesday too

  1. Distant Relative
    October 24, 2018 at 21:00

    From the box up yonder Democrat riffraff sending themselves pipe bombs now, not postmarked. LOL.

    Sender’s address allegedly Debbie Wasserman-Shultz! Hahahahahahahaha!

    Got to admire someone’s sense of humour. 😀

  2. October 24, 2018 at 21:49

    Chrystal has popped up to inform us:

    “Just an FYI, Statler and Waldorf, that Twitter account is in the name of a movie character named “Matt Graver” from the movie “Sicario” that actor Josh Brolin played and that is Josh Brolin’s picture.

    Not only that, but as a commenter below the original tweet says, you wouldn’t send a pipe bomb through USPS regular mail anyway.”

    Many males use characters like that. My avatar is Biggles. Some of the names are quite funny, e.g. Orwell Ngood.

  3. October 25, 2018 at 06:52

    Chrystal replies to me:

    “Not sure you’re getting my point. Here in America, no one would be stupid enough to send them USPS. For example, the Austin bombs were sent by UPS or FedEx, not USPS, and thus do not receive a postal mark.

    And I typically don’t use impersonations of fictional movie character bomb experts as my “sources,” I wouldn’t think it would do much for credibility, but since that apparently is not a concern, carry on. Just thought you might want to know.”

    There are two points here – one about the USPS and the other about noms de plume.

    On the USPS, I agree, having just used it, plus Royal Mail. It just isn’t a viable option. Only someone not a regular user, personally, e.g. Clinton or some High Dem, would even think it viable.

    Think we’re all agreed too that the lack of postmarking is a dead giveaway.

    The obvious question is – cui bono? Certainly not the GOP. And suddenly before the midterms, with the Dems slipping away?

    The other point is about noms de plume. Writers for centuries have been forced to do that because of political persecution. Someone au fait with Twitter knows very well that there is a campaign of heavy censorship, deplatforming, hitting those conservatives daring to speak and look at Clinton’s comment that they’d be civil once they were voted in. Not unlike Muslim tactics. Pure Alinsky.

    However, as it was historically, some of the best grade material has come out that way. Look at Deep Throat and Q. Assange uses his real name and wham – he’s holed up in the embassy. The ones with most reason to use noms de plume are those with the most to lose.

    The test, of course, is in the quality of the material. If it checks out. Judicial Watch does this. Snopes, two people using a fictional name, plus Politico, hide who they are and expect to be taken seriously. And many have done.

    The good thing with those two is they’ve now been thoroughly debunked as yet another arm of the Alinsky left.

    One more example. There was a blogger calling himself Wat Tyler, so obviously a nom de plume for the British. He was deep in the Treasury and was giving high grade material. Then he had to stop.

    Naturally, the leftist State wants those people exposed and snuffed out. Did you see Flake wants DJT to stop people ar rallies calling out, “Lock her up!” That’s what the Unipart does – attempts to silence all dissent. Look at Tommy Robinson who just gave a speech. It went straight for the State and MSM tactics.

    We are certainly in a war for civilisation and the deluded fools voting in the Clintons and Pocahontases are out there on the streets in their pink pussy hats. Weak of brain.

    But now, of course, there is #Walkaway.

  4. October 25, 2018 at 07:38

    Further – Bill Mitchell, a known talkshow host over there, writes:

    Isn’t the media even a little curious why the “bomber” attached postage to an envelope that was delivered by a courier?

    Who was the courier company? Where was the pickup? Who paid for the delivery? Are we getting any of this?

    No, the MSM is not curious, being part of this whole midterms thing. Rossa’s mother adds:

  5. Distant Relative
    October 25, 2018 at 10:23

    Some observations on that thar bomb

    Biden’s upset that his bomb went missing – guess he wasn’t “important” enough.

  6. Distant Relative
    October 27, 2018 at 09:40

    “Not fishy at all that his (the alleged perp’s)party affiliation was changed…”

  7. Distant Relative
    October 30, 2018 at 07:41

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