Al Frankenstein Announces Resignation, Bashes Trump, Moore

Senator Al Franken-Stein, a fifth rate comic who somehow used his kike connections to make it to the U.S. Senate, today announced that he will be resigning in the near future.

Trying to keep America in suspense, Jew-boy Franken wouldn’t say exactly when he’s resigning. What’s up with that?

The comic basically said he dindu nuffins on the floor of the Senate as he announced his farewell. Which is weird because he’s been saying all along that he was guilty but it was all a joke and he’s a comedian.

It takes some Jewish chutzpah to make such claims when there’s photographic evidence that you did do sumfins.

This Jew doesn’t get that women don’t want his filthy Jew paws mauling them.

True to the behavior norms of his tribe, he took a shot at two gentiles on his way out, President Trump and Alabama’s Roy Moore. Unlike Franken, who waffled up, down, and sideways, Trump and Moore have forcefully denied doing anything bad or stupid.

NBC News

Facing a string of sexual misconduct allegations and mounting pressure from Democrats, Sen. Al Franken announced Thursday he will leave office in the coming weeks. But Franken, a former comedian, didn’t go down without taking scathing parting shots at President Donald Trump and Republicans who have been accused of similar actions.

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CNN: White House claims Obama admin approved Flynn calls with Russian ambassador

It’s entirely possible that the Obama people tried to get General Michael Flynn in trouble by telling him to do whatever he wanted to do regarding speaking with the Russian government.

Flynn had called out Obama as soft on Muslims. There was a seething hatred toward him by the Obama administration for criticizing their guy.

Excerpt from The Hill

The White House said on Friday that it was the Obama administration that authorized former national security adviser Michael Flynn’s contacts with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during President Trump’s transition, according to CNN.

Flynn pleaded guilty on Friday to lying to the FBI about his contacts with Kislyak in the month before Trump took office, the first current or former Trump White House official brought down by special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into Russia’s election meddling.

Court records indicate that his communications with Kislyak were directed by a Trump transition official, with multiple news outlets reporting that official was Trump’s son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner.

“They are saying here at the White House that Flynn’s conversations with Sergey Kisylak were quote ‘authorized’ by the Obama administration,” CNN correspondent Jim Acosta said.

“We should point out, that is something that we have not heard before in terms of a defense from this White House,” he said.

The White House did not immediately respond to The Hill’s request for comment.

James Clapper, who served as the Director of National Intelligence under Obama, said that the claim that the Obama administration authorized Flynn’s contacts with Kislyak was “absurd,” adding that the administration was concerned by the communications at the time.

“That’s absurd. That’s absolutely absurd,” Clapper said on CNN.

“There was great concern at the time, not just with this particular contact, but with the violation of the principle that historically been followed of one president, one administration at a time,” he added. “So to say that we blessed it, or acquiesced it is a stretch.”

In a statement released shortly after he entered his guilty plea, Flynn acknowledged that he is cooperating with Mueller’s probe into Russian interference during last year’s election and any coordination between the Trump campaign and Moscow.

According to court documents, Flynn lied to investigators when he told them that he did not ask Kislyak to refrain from retaliating against U.S. sanctions imposed by the Obama administration in response to the Russian meddling.

Flynn also lied when he told the FBI that he did not lobby Kislyak to oppose or delay a United Nations Security Council vote condemning Israeli settlements, a resolution strongly condemned by Trump.

Flynn resigned from the Trump White House in February — just 24 days into office — after it was reported that he misled Vice President Pence and other officials about his contacts with Kislyak.

The White House sought to distance itself from Flynn on Friday, noting that he only served as Trump’s national security adviser for a few weeks and that he lied to Pence about his interactions with Kislyak in the same vein that he lied to the FBI.

It’s not surprising that fake news press would reach out to James Clapper for comment. He’s a Trump hating globalist who’s been after Trump throughout his term of office.

DEEP STATE LOYALIST JAMES CLAPPER.

General Flynn Pleads Guilty to Lying to FBI

General Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the FBI. Earlier this year he was relieved of his duties as National Security Adviser by President Trump for lying to Vice President Mike Pence.

The liberal press is promoting the idea that Trump and Pence will now be removed from office because Flynn has the goods on them and is “cooperating” with Special Counsel Mueller.

That issue is complex, but in a nutshell, it’s highly unlikely since as far as we know Flynn did nothing illegal upon the orders of Trump or anyone else.

Also, let’s remember that Flynn was Obama’s guy, appointed by Obama as Director of the Defense Intelligence Agency in 2012.

BBC

Ex-national security adviser Michael Flynn has pleaded guilty to making false statements to the FBI about meetings with Russia’s ambassador weeks before Donald Trump became president.

The charges were brought by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, as part of his inquiry into alleged Russian meddling in the 2016 US election.
Mr Flynn is the most senior member of the administration to be indicted.

He also revealed he was co-operating with Mr Mueller’s inquiry.
Significantly, a statement made by Mr Flynn to prosecutors appears to implicate a more senior, though unnamed, Trump team official – indicating the direction in which Mr Mueller’s investigation may be heading.

Numerous US media outlets said the senior official now under the spotlight is Jared Kushner – Mr Trump’s adviser and son-in-law.

The alt-right will not be sorry to see Kushner go. His duties have been throttled back for months now as he seems to be in over his head.

What happened in court?

Appearing in a federal court in Washington DC, he admitted to one count of knowingly making “false, fictitious and fraudulent statements”.

According to an AFP reporter in court, the judge accepted Mr Flynn’s guilty plea and said he would not face trial.

Mr Flynn then issued a statement in which he said: “I recognise that the actions I acknowledged in court today were wrong and, through my faith in God, I am working to set things right”.

He said his plea and co-operation deal “reflect a decision I made in the best interests of my family and of our country”. The retired Army lieutenant-general is unlikely to serve more than six months in prison.

The White House issued a statement saying that “nothing about the guilty plea or the charge implicates anyone other than Mr Flynn”. A presidential appearance in front of reporters was then cancelled.

As he was escorted from court by FBI agents, a handful of protesters shouted “criminal” and “lock him up”, echoing a chant he led against Hillary Clinton during the Republican party convention last year.

What are the charges?

Mr Flynn was forced to resign 23 days into his job in February, a month after he was questioned by the FBI for misleading the White House about meeting then Russian ambassador Sergei Kislyak during the transition period, before Mr Trump took office.

Then, just over a week ago, US media said his legal team had told the president’s lawyers they could no longer discuss the case, prompting suggestions that he had begun co-operating with prosecutors.

It is not clear why he did not tell the truth to investigators. But it is illegal for a private US citizen, as Mr Flynn was during the transition, to conduct foreign affairs without the permission or involvement of the US government.

According to the charge sheet, Michael Flynn is accused of:
falsely telling FBI agents that on or about 29 December 2016 he did not ask Mr Kislyak to “refrain from escalating the situation in response to sanctions that the United States had imposed against Russia that same day”

failing to recall that Mr Kislyak had later told him Russia was moderating its response to the sanctions as a result of his request

falsely saying that, on or about 22 December 2016, he did not ask Mr Kislyak to “delay the vote on or defeat a pending United Nations Security Council resolution”. The discussion came a day before the Obama administration decided not to veto a resolution asserting that Israeli settlements on occupied Palestinian territory “had no legal validity”

making false statements about the Turkish government’s involvement and supervision of a project that his intelligence company was taking part in.

Mr Flynn is not the first former Trump official to be charged.

In October, Mr Trump’s former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, and his business associate Rick Gates were accused of conspiring to defraud the US in dealings with Ukraine (both deny the charges). Another ex-aide, George Papadopoulos, has also pleaded guilty to making false statements to FBI agents

Mueller and Comey also sent Martha Stewart to prison for lying to the FBI.

More shortly on this story, which will be developing in the days and weeks ahead.

Trump Skips Diversity Nonsense, Appoints Predominantly White Male Judges

DONALD TRUMP WITH HIS SUPREME COURT NOMINEE NEAL GORSUCH.

White people may be impatient with Trump’s failure to have built the wall already or with his failure to get a rebellious Congress to repeal Obamacare, but when it comes to judges, Trump is allegedly getting white males in place to rule for the next generation.

I say allegedly because this AP analysis does not mention Jewish judges. I hope all these white males are actually Euro-Americans.

Excerpt from Associated Press

WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump is nominating white men to America’s federal courts at a rate not seen in nearly 30 years, threatening to reverse a slow transformation toward a judiciary that more closely reflects the nation’s diversity.

So far, 91 percent of Trump’s nominees are white, and 81 percent are male, an Associated Press analysis has found. Three of every four are white men, with few African-Americans and Hispanics in the mix. The last president to nominate a similarly homogenous group was George H.W. Bush.

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Twitter Employee “inadvertently” Deleted Trump’s Twitter Page

Twitter at first didn’t tell the truth about the deletion of President Donald Trump’s Twitter, but then came clean.

First a report on how Twitter first described what happened. Then we’ll get to the truth.

Daily Caller News Foundation

An employee at Twitter deactivated President Donald Trump’s Twitter account Thursday night, according to a statement released by the company.

Twitter released a statement Thursday evening saying an employee had “inadvertently deactivated” Trump’s personal Twitter account, calling it a “human error.” Once Trump’s account was deactivated there was an immediate reaction among Twitter users until the account reappeared several minutes after.

“Earlier today @realdonaldtrump’s account was inadvertently deactivated due to human error by a Twitter employee. The account was down for 11 minutes, and has since been restored. We are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again,” Twitter said in a statement shortly after the incident.

Twitter declined to comment about the employee who deactivated the president’s account when contacted by The Daily Caller News Foundation.

An accident?

Uh, apparently not.

Excerpt from The Guardian

A Twitter employee deactivated Donald Trump’s personal account on their last day of work, the company said on Thursday, likely meaning the action was deliberate.

The move by the employee – who has not been named – meant that the president’s @realdonaldtrump account was down for 11 minutes.

During the brief period of downtime, shortly before 4pm Pacific time (11pm GMT), anyone going to the @realDonaldTrump Twitter page would see the message “Sorry, that page doesn’t exist!”

After widespread speculation about what had happened, Twitter initially said the account had been inadvertently deactivated “due to human error by a Twitter employee”.

“The account was down for 11 minutes, and has since been restored. We are continuing to investigate and are taking steps to prevent this from happening again,” the company said in a statement.

But soon after the company’s @Twittergov account posted another statement revealing the outage was due to an employee’s action on their final day in the job .

“Through our investigation we have learned that this was done by a Twitter customer support employee who did this on the employee’s last day. We are conducting a full internal review,” the new statement said.

The company did not immediately reply to Guardian requests to clarify the process.

If the deleter is identified, I wonder if it will help him or her get a new job at a liberal tech firm. I would speculate that it would make it more difficult since the deleter has shown that he or she can’t be trusted.

Federal Judge Throws Out Trump’s Tranny Ban: Inclusion the Law of the Land

DEMONSTRATOR HOLDING EQUALITY FLAG.

It’s increasingly likely that the globalist plan to thwart the Trump agenda at every turn relies on judges to make sure that normal Americans are forced to eat shit and die every day of their lives.

Even the slightest nod toward restoring morality will be shot down by a judge.

Today’s ruling will not only ensure a tranny presence in the armed forces of the United States, but will also ensure that the trans presence will grow in every American institution.

San Francisco Chronicle

WASHINGTON (AP) — A federal judge on Monday barred President Donald Trump’s administration from proceeding with plans to exclude transgender people from military service.

U.S. District Judge Colleen Kollar-Kotelly ruled that the transgender service members who had sued over Trump’s policy were likely to win their lawsuit. She directed a return to the situation that existed before Trump announced his new policy this summer, saying the administration had provided no solid evidence for why a ban should be implemented.

JUDGE COLLEEN KOLLAR-KOTELLY.

Wikipedia’s page on the judge reveals that she was appointed to courts by both Presidents Reagan and Clinton. Her rulings reflect, in my opinion, a disregard for the will of the people, and a liberal bias.

Trump had ordered a reinstatement of the longstanding policy that barred transgender individuals from joining the military; service members who were revealed to be transgender were subject to discharge. Under President Barack Obama, that policy was changed last year to allow transgender people to serve openly.

The Trump administration may appeal Kollar-Kotelly’s decision, but for now, the proposed ban remains unenforceable under Kollar-Kotelly’s preliminary injunction.

“We disagree with the court’s ruling and are currently evaluating the next steps,” said Justice Department spokesman Lauren Ehrsam.

She reiterated the department’s view that the lawsuit was premature because the Pentagon was still in the process of reviewing how the transgender policy might evolve.

One of the attorneys handling the lawsuit, Shannon Minter of the National Center for Lesbian Rights, said the ruling was an enormous relief to his clients.

“Their lives have been devastated since Trump first tweeted he was reinstating the ban,” Minter said. “They are now able to serve on equal terms with everyone else.”

Trump announced on Twitter in July that the government “will not accept or allow transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. Military.” He followed with an August memo directing the Pentagon to extend indefinitely a ban on transgender individuals joining the military, and gave Defense Secretary Jim Mattis six months to come up with a policy on “how to address” those who are currently serving.

Under the Obama administration, the Department of Defense had announced in 2016 that service members could not be discharged solely based on their gender identity. Transgender individuals were to be allowed to enlist in the military in June 2017, a timeline initially delayed under the Trump administration to Jan. 1, 2018.

Minter said the new court ruling means they will be able to enlist as of that date.

The Trump administration had asked the court to dismiss the lawsuit; Kollar-Kotelly refused to do so, and Minter said it’s possible the case will go to trial.

One issue not directly addressed in Monday’s ruling was whether federal funds should be used to pay for sexual reassignment surgeries for members of the military. The administration has sought to prohibit such payments; Kollar-Kotelly said she didn’t have jurisdiction to rule on the issue because none of the plaintiffs in the case established a likelihood of being impacted by that prohibition.

The lawsuit was filed in August by the National Center for Lesbian Rights and GLBTQ Legal Advocates & Defenders (GLAD) on behalf of eight transgender individuals, including service members in the Air Force, Coast Guard and the Army, as well as students at the U.S. Naval Academy and in the ROTC program at the University of New Haven.

The Justice Department, in seeking the lawsuit’s dismissal, said none of the plaintiffs had established that they will be impacted by current policies on military service.

The two advocacy groups who filed the lawsuit assailed that assertion. They highlighted the uncertainty facing Regan Kibby, the transgender Naval Academy student who — because of Trump’s action — was unsure whether he would be able to join the Navy on graduation.

Kollar-Kotelly said the plaintiffs clearly established that they would be harmed by the administration’s directives. She also contended that the plaintiffs were likely to prevail in arguing that the directives were unconstitutionally discriminatory — targeting transgender people without evidence that their service caused substantive problems for the military.

The directives “do not appear to be supported by any facts,” the judge wrote.

Other lawsuits challenging president’s directive have been filed in Seattle and Baltimore.

Oral arguments are scheduled Nov. 9 for the Baltimore lawsuit, which was filed by the American Civil Liberties Union on behalf of six transgender service members.

“The federal courts are recognizing what everyone already knows to be true: President Trump’s impulsive decision to ban on transgender people from serving in the military service was blatantly unconstitutional,” said Joshua Block, senior staff attorney with the ACLU’s LGBT & HIV Project.

The Pentagon has not released data on the number of transgender people currently serving, but a Rand Corp. study has estimated between 1,320 and 6,630, out of 1.3 million active-duty troops.

CARLA LEWIS. BORN A MALE. THE SHIRT IF WRONG.

A piece at Priconomics claims that the American military is the largest employer of trannies in America.

Having worked in a university where a tranny instructor was employed, I can tell you that their existence is the subject of a significant amount of water cooler talk. At a university you don’t have to worry about them sleeping in the bed next to you, however.

As to Carla Lewis and “her” t shirt talk, it’s not hate, but disgust that normal people feel when they see her.

Kathy Griffin Claims She’s Blacklisted and Has Emails to Prove It

Maybe she just isn’t funny. Or likable.

Decider

To hear Kathy Griffin tell her tale of 2017 is to learn that it’s possible for one joke to derail a career. Back in May, pics from a photoshoot depicting the comedian holding a makeshift decapitated head of President Donald Trump caused a massive controversy. Trump called the photos “sick” and Griffin apologized. The story didn’t end there, though, and as Griffin has revealed on her Facebook page, the fallout from that one photoshoot continues to unfold almost five months later.

In a Facebook post, Griffin claims that she has been blacklisted following the events of this past spring. “If you’ve ever wondered what blacklisting in any industry looks like, especially if you’re a woman of a certain age, I’ll show you right now,” she begins, before launching into her account of an invite to deliver the opening remarks at this December’s The Hollywood Reporter Power 100 Women in Entertainment breakfast–and the subsequent rescinding of that invite.

Griffin doesn’t hold back when it comes to analyzing this turn of events. “I do not buy their official reasoning and I believe ‘the word has been put out’ on me,” writes Griffin. “I can’t help but take this as another occasion where Hollywood is blacklisting a woman and silencing her. After decades of hard work in this industry, it’s my opinion that this is not right nor justified. Yeah, I took one photo holding up a children’s Halloween Trump mask with ketchup on it…so what? How’s that feigned outrage working out for you now in light of a possible impending nuclear holocaust?”