We recently discussed the bizarre statement from D.C. Council member Trayon White Sr. (D-Ward 8) that Jewish bankers controlled the weather. White’s stupefying stupidity became an international sensation, which he did not help with his apology: “I have spoke [sic] to leader and my friends at Jews United for Justice and they are helping me to understand the history of comment [sic] made against Jews.” Putting aside the need for a refresher, White sought to mollify his critics with a visit to the Holocaust Museum which has made the situation only worse with bizarre questions and an early departure.
At one point, White stopped to look at this picture of a woman being paraded down a street wearing a large sign reading “I am a German girl and allowed myself to be defiled by a Jew.” She is surrounded by Nazi stormtroopers. Here is how the Washington Post reported the exchange that followed:
D.C. Council member Trayon White Sr. (D-Ward 8) studied the image. “Are they protecting her?”
Lynn Williams, an expert on educational programs at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and White’s tour guide for the day, stared at the photo.
“No,” she said. “They’re marching her through.”
“Marching through is protecting,” White said.
“I think they’re humiliating her,” Williams replied.
White then disappeared and later, when called by a Rabbi, explained that he had to go to a ward meeting half way through tour.
His staff fared little better. When the Rabbi was showing White’s staff images of the Wassaw Ghetto, one of the staffers asked whether it was similar to “a gated community.”
It must taken considerable self-control for the Rabbi, who responded “Yeah, I wouldn’t call it a gated community. More like a prison.”
When asked if he no longer believed the Jewish banking family the Rothschilds controlled the weather, White said “This opportunity has given me the chance to meet a lot of great Jews, a lot of people. A lot of good Jews that I’ve never had the chance to meet before, It’s an awesome experience.”
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Here is something to really consider if most of you think this guy is not the brightest candle on the cake, what do you think of the people who elected him.
100% statistical probability that they are democrats.
The internet has brought Rothschild conspiracies into the 21st Century. Memes promoting Rothschild conspiracies are a regular feature of Facebook streams. Said memes usually play on paranoia regarding the Federal Reserve, or central banks in general. Shockingly I have seen normally intelligent Facebook friends post Rothschild memes. Such is the power of Federal Reserve paranoia.
Conspiracy theories appeal to people seeking to simplify the world. Conspiracy-minded people prefer to think events can be manipulated by small, evil cabals. It is much easier to explain the world if one can blame evil cabals for complex phenomenons.
Trump supporters seek simple explanations to explain why Donald Trump has encountered such bitter resistance. And Professor Turley has, unwittingly perhaps, reinforced these conspiracy-minded views. This past week Mr. Turley actively promoted a narrative that the FBI conspired to frame Donald Trump with the Russia Probe. In this regard Professor Turley has pandered to a level on par with Rothschild conspiracies.
If James Comey and Andrew McCabe had grave reservations about a Trump presidency, they were scarcely alone. Every American of sound intellect was leery of Donald Trump including the entire Republican leadership. Trump’s presidential campaign was focused on scapegoating. Muslims and Mexicans were clearly the villains of Trump harangues. There are far too many video clips to deny this contention!
In one of the first Republican Primary debates, Donald Trump made jokes about Megyn Kelly’s menstrual cycles. In a normal America that moment alone would have ended Trump’s campaign. Pundits would have promptly declared that Trump lacked the maturity to function as president. But America is no longer normal; not with right-wing media. Somehow Trump’s sophomoric behavior was interpreted as ‘refreshingly spontaneous’. It was perceived, perhaps, that Trump had ‘stood up’ to an aggressive woman.
Having gotten away with insulting Ms. Kelly in such a public forum, Trump went on to insult so many people that one could hardly list them all. Trump never stopped insulting people! He continues lashing out at institutions and individuals on a daily basis. The James Comey memos, released just yesterday, cited an instance where Trump proposed jailing journalists. Which tells us Trump’s insults are indicative of darker tendencies.
Therefore James Comey and Andrew McCabe had justifiable reasons for fearing a Trump presidency. Christopher Steele, the former British agent and author of the Steele Dossier, is NOT some partisan hack working for Hillary. Steele was, and is, a distinguished expert on Russian affairs. And he discovered Donald Trump has unseemly ties to Russia. Steele arrived at these conclusions at a moment when Republican leaders were still voicing their reservations of Donald Trump.
The entire ‘deep state’ narrative regarding resistance to Trump is every bit as stupid as Rothschild conspiracies. That ‘deep state’ phenomenon is what naturally happens when a reckless anti-intellectual manages to secure the White House. Fine lawyers like Professor Turley should embrace the Russia Probe. America needs to know all the facts regarding Donald Trump and the intrigues surrounding his 2016 campaign.
You fancy there are ‘Trump supporters’ on the DC city council?
He’s just trying to deflect attention away from the easily-discoverable fact that Turley decided to omit — that Councilman White hangs with the Farrakhan crowd along with a number of other congressional democrats.
No, what he’s saying is that Trump supporters are just as deluded as this poor soul. They ignore reality, they are anti-intellectual, they scapegoat others and want to believe conspiracies. You know, just like you.
Dunning-Kruger alert. As always, Nutchacha.
@Natacha April 21, 2018 at 1:59 PM
“No, what he’s saying is that Trump supporters are just as deluded as this poor soul. They ignore reality, they are anti-intellectual, they scapegoat others and want to believe conspiracies. You know, just like you.”
What do you make of Hillary’s “vast right-wing conspiracy” accusation and the DNC’s conspiracy theory that the Trump Campaign, Wikileaks, and the Russian Government conspired to alter the legitimate outcome of the 2016 presidential election?
‘The entire ‘deep state’ narrative regarding resistance to Trump is every bit as stupid as Rothschild conspiracies.’
Two Thumbs Up.
wildbill99, I suppose your claim is that the people from the FBI that are being investigated, fired and the like with cause did nothing wrong. That is OK. Even a three-year-old is entitled to such an opinion.
If by “Deep State” you mean:
” a clandestine network entrenched inside the government, bureaucracy, intelligence agencies, and other governmental entities. The Deep State supposedly controls state policy behind the scenes, while the democratically-elected process and elected officials are merely figureheads.”
Then I believe that is a whacky conspiracy theory.
If by “Deep State” you mean something else, say an intrenched bureaucracy pursuing institutional goals not necessarily in line with good public policy, we might be in agreement.
As you indicate ‘deep state’ has different meanings. I don’t like Wikipedia but it represents a lot of the casual understanding of a lot of people.
“In the United States the term “deep state” is used within political science to describe influential decision making bodies within government that are relatively permanent and whose policies and long-term plans are unaffected by changing administrations. The term is often used in a critical sense vis-à-vis the general electorate to refer to the lack of influence popular democracy has on these institutions and the decisions they make. The term was originally coined in a somewhat pejorative sense to refer to similar relatively invisible state apparatus in Turkey and post-Soviet Russia.”
I’ll go with the definition that most Americans believe to be true understanding that definitions change with time. You seem to be leaning to the original definition of the term.
Peter, The crowd that JT has groomed and worked hard to keep, his base of tribal willfully blind rubes has worked. Watch when he throws out the HRC card and see how many posts he gets. Trump supporters don’t like it when the facts interfere with their opinions.
It sounds like Peter has flipped his lid and believes the FBI is entitled to become partisan so that it can make sure the right person wins the Presidency.
LOL — it’s funny how you went to such great lengths to shift this guy’s ignorance onto Trump, when the root of his ignorance (it’s more hatred than ignorance, but the two aren’t unrelated) is actually located in his affinity for the Fantastic Farrakhan — a person about as unlike Trump as it’s possible to be, politically and in almost every other way, including the sort of people he associates with.
When it comes to a preference for Fantastic Farrakhan fueled hatred and ignorance, it seems there’s a boatload of congressional democrats that subscribe to the same substance, such as Maxine Waters, Danny Davis, Keith Ellison (deputy chair of the Democratic National Committee), and James Clyburn.
And yet you ramble on and on, trying to connect it to Trump in the total absence of any real-world connection.
“And yet you ramble on and on, trying to connect it to Trump in the total absence of any real-world connection.”
That is Peter’s claim to fame in virtually everyone one of his numerous and uninformed postings.
I’ve noticed. Nice to know I’m not the only one who has.
Stupid scary people.
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Why are people so eager to attack and condemn others rather than do whatever is needed to solve problems? If this guy thinks differently than the mainstream then work with him to find areas of agreement in an atmosphere of civil discourse. He doesn’t need insults or a straight jacket. He needs experience in civil discourse, and perhaps guidance in accessing information. If he rejects good will, then maybe another approach is justified.
” If this guy thinks differently than the mainstream ”
No, what this guy thinks is idiotic.
Jewish bankers controlling the weather?
I’d bet not even George could swallow that one.
Don’ bet on it. George still blames Obama and HRC for the Hindenburg.
“Ted Cruz’s Dad killed JFK.”
From “The Wisdom of President Trump”.
It’s the second chapter just after “Birtherism and other Whacky Stuff I Spew”
Actually, no. He said there were surviving photographs with Lee Harvey Oswald and RB Cruz in the frame. This sort of contention is standard-issue among vulgar Kennedy assassination aficionados.
What he needs is to get out of public life. His employment history appears to consist of jobs he won’t put on a brochure and stints with shizzy non-profits. He hasn’t got the brains to be in public office and the time he’s devoting to it detract from learning an actual trade.
He needs an education.
From his official bio:
“He graduated with a 3.7 GPA and honors from Frank W. Ballou Senior High School and continued his education at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, graduating magna cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in Business Administration.”
He ought to demand a refund.
“He ought to demand a refund.”
This is a response of yours we can both agree on. However, did you ever consider that what is written on that blog might not be true?
For the sake of the University I hope that it is fraudulent.
Today, all too many universities teach basket weaving and many believe that some should get A’s solely because they tried or they were disadvantaged.
@Chris P Bacon April 21, 2018 at 9:04 AM
“Why are people so eager to attack and condemn others rather than do whatever is needed to solve problems?”
That’s a fair and humane question, Chris.
Here’s another, related one:
What are the comparative threats posed to the physical survival of millions of human beings by 1) the uninformed remarks of a DC Council member, and 2) the bombing by a US president of a sovereign nation posing no military threat to the US, but which has a nuclear-weapon-equipped ally’s troops stationed in it, which ally’s leadership has threatened military retaliation if any of its troops are harmed by those bombings?
” 1) the uninformed remarks of a DC Council member, and 2) the bombing by a US president of a sovereign nation ”
What is a bigger threat the DC Council member or North Korea controlling missiles that can hit the US?
By the way, what do you wish Trump to do about that threat?
Now backstep to Syria. Trump could have done three things.1) nothing 2) what he did that was relatively inconsequential but sent messages or 3) invaded Syria.
Well, he could have used the misses strikes to degrade Assad’s military assets.
Instead we, and our allies, sent 105 missiles to destroy three empty buildings.
To show that we could?
missiles, of course.
Oh for an edit function!
You claim they were empty buildings. I don’t think so and I don’t believe Trump did either. Would you have preferred he hit military assets and also killed a bunch of Russians? What is the possible point of the bombing if one is not considering the lives being lost. 1) It tells North Korea that Obama is no longer President and that red lines in the sand actually mean something. This is very important when negotiating. One has to let the opposition know their intentions. 2) It tells Iran that we have an interest in the area since Iran is attempting to exert military power in Syria and Lebanon and might end up consuming them as client states or as an extension of Iran. 3) It is a warning to Russia and Putin’s expansionist ideas. 4) It is letting the world know along with Arab nations opposing Iran that it supports the idea that Iran does not expand its borders and in this way permits the region to handle its own problems without significant American interference.
@Allan April 21, 2018 at 11:33 AM
“What is a bigger threat the DC Council member or North Korea controlling missiles that can hit the US? By the way, what do you wish Trump to do about that threat?”
In addition to recklessly risking nuclear war with Russia, Trump’s actions elicited the following comment from the North Korean government:
“After the US bombed Syrian military targets earlier this week North Korea said the strike ‘proves our decision to strengthen our military power to stand against force with force was the right choice a million times over’. ” [Emphasis added]
Trump ran for president as a non-interventionist, which is not only one of the reasons he was elected, but is almost certainly the single most important reason that the neoliberal and neocon imperialists have manufactured and disseminated their specious Russia-Trump conspiracy theory in an effort to remove him from office or, at the very least, to get him onto the imperialist reservation.
The imperialists have been unable (so far) to get him removed, but they do seem to be enjoying considerable success in
inveigling Trump to risk World War III with his reckless military intervention on behalf of US hegemony in the guise of selective humanitarian concern for the sanctity of the lives of those whom, in other (self-serving) contexts, Pentagon spokespeople like to euphemistically refer to as “collateral damage.”
“North Korea said the strike ‘proves our decision to strengthen our military power to stand against force with force was the right choice a million times over’. ” [Emphasis added]”
Ken, so tell me do you really believe that? We have had multiple deals with North Korea giving them food, electricity, money and even weapon type things and they are now producing nuclear weapons and missiles to deliver them. Don’t you even feel a tiny bit foolish in using this comment as your lead comment?
“Trump ran for president as a non-interventionist,”
Sometimes to remain a non-interventionist one has to load the big stick one is carrying. WW2 might never have occurred but for the attitude you seem to hold. Germany didn’t have the manpower or the productive capability to fight his enemies. Had he known that in the beginning, he may never have attempted to do what he did.
@Allan April 21, 2018 at 2:40 PM
“ ‘North Korea said the strike ‘proves our decision to strengthen our military power to stand against force with force was the right choice a million times over’.” [Emphasis added]”
“Ken, so tell me do you really believe that? We have had multiple deals with North Korea giving them food, electricity, money and even weapon type things and they are now producing nuclear weapons and missiles to deliver them. Don’t you even feel a tiny bit foolish in using this comment as your lead comment?”
My believing or disbelieving whether the comment is justified is totally irrelevant, Allan. What matters is whether Kim Jong-in believes it, as he’s the one who controls North Korea’s nuclear arsenal, not I.
I can understand his concern, however, on the historical evidence, that American “humanitarian interventionists” might be tempted to effect “regime change” in North Korea if he lacks an adequate deterrent. It’s so obvious a concern that even CNN’s Wolf Blitzer apparently understands it, and that’s saying something:
“ ‘Trump ran for president as a non-interventionist,’
“Sometimes to remain a non-interventionist one has to load the big stick one is carrying.”
Isn’t it precisely his fear of America’s “big stick” that’s encouraging Jong-un to think he needs one of his own?
With regard to World War II, are you familiar with Patrick Buchanan’s book, “Churchill, Hitler, and the “Unnecessary War”? If not, I highly recommend it to you. The “unnecessary war” is Churchill’s characterization, and the context of his saying it is available here:
“My believing or disbelieving whether the comment is justified is totally irrelevant, Allan. What matters is whether Kim Jong-in believes it, as he’s the one who controls North Korea’s nuclear arsenal, not I. ”
I wasn’t asking Kim, I was asking you based on your comment? I guess you realize your statement placed you in a bit of a bind so I won’t press on a direct answer.
“Isn’t it precisely his fear of America’s “big stick” that’s encouraging Jong-un to think he needs one of his own?”
Firstly there are a lot of big sticks, but you do remember that North Korea invaded South Korea, don’t you?
“With regard to World War II, are you familiar with Patrick Buchanan’s book, “Churchill, Hitler, and the “Unnecessary War”? If not, I highly recommend it to you.”
“and if the League of Nations had been prepared to use concerted force, even had it only been European force, to prevent the re-armament of Germany, there was no need for further serious bloodshed.”
That is the point.There was no League of Nations that was prepared to use force, however, the nations that would be Hitler’s enemies did exist and had they demonstrated their combined power that would have had the same effect as a League of Nations that never functioned.
Right now we are the superpower. I don’t like American intervention, especially with armies. Showing our might and willingness like such as you are indicating with the example of a League of Nations satisfies the same purpose and can bring peace and could have brought peace instead of WW2.
I believe if you read Churchill’s books you will glean that thought over and over again.
@Allan April 21, 2018 at 10:49 PM
“ ‘My believing or disbelieving whether the comment is justified is totally irrelevant, Allan. What matters is whether Kim Jong-in believes it, as he’s the one who controls North Korea’s nuclear arsenal, not I.’
“I wasn’t asking Kim, I was asking you based on your comment? I guess you realize your statement placed you in a bit of a bind so I won’t press on a direct answer.”
What? You’ve lost me. My “statement” was to quote what Jong-un said in response to the US bombing of Syria. In what alternate universe could that possibly have “placed me in a bit of a bind”?
You seem reluctant or unable to grasp how Trump’s bombing of Syria could reinforce Jong-un’s belief that it “proves our decision to strengthen our military power to stand against force with force was the right choice a million times over.”
As to WW II, your comments regarding Churchill and the League of Nations suggest that you have a very different view of the causes of WW II than Buchanan or I do.
“Were World Wars I and II—which can now be seen as a thirty-year paroxysm of slaughter and destruction—inevitable? Were they necessary wars? Were the bloodiest and most devastating conflicts ever suffered by mankind fated by forces beyond men’s control? Or were they products of calamitous failures of judgment?
“In this monumental and provocative history, Patrick Buchanan makes the case that, if not for the blunders of British statesmen—Winston Churchill first among them—the horrors of two world wars and the Holocaust might have been avoided and the British Empire might never have collapsed into ruins.
“Half a century of murderous oppression of scores of millions under the iron boot of Communist tyranny might never have happened, and Europe’s central role in world affairs might have been sustained for many generations.
“Among the British and Churchillian blunders were:
• The secret decision of a tiny cabal in the inner Cabinet in 1906 to take Britain straight to war against Germany, should she invade France
• The vengeful Treaty of Versailles that mutilated Germany, leaving her bitter, betrayed, and receptive to the appeal of Adolf Hitler
• Britain’s capitulation, at Churchill’s urging, to American pressure to sever the Anglo-Japanese alliance, insulting and isolating Japan, pushing her onto the path of militarism and conquest
• The 1935 sanctions that drove Italy straight into the Axis with Hitler
• The greatest blunder in British history: the unsolicited war guarantee to Poland of March 1939—that guaranteed the Second World War
• Churchill’s astonishing blindness to Stalin’s true ambitions.”
There are applicable lessons to be learned from the mistakes of the warfare lasting from 1914 to 1945 that could, just could, help us avoid another world war which would be fought with exponentially more horrific weapons, with none but a pyrrhic victory possible for anyone.
” My “statement” was to quote what Jong-un said in response to the US bombing of Syria. In what alternate universe could that possibly have “placed me in a bit of a bind”?”
Your answer to the question I asked: ” Ken, so tell me do you really believe that?” Look at what you wrote starting with posting #1. If you had given a good answer to that question a lot of this dialog might not have occurred.
The question on the table is whether Trump’s move in Syria will move Kim closer to nuclear disarmament. You seem to say no. I say yes. In the 50’s North Korea sent troops into South Korea. A peace agreement was never made. When North Korea started to make nuclear weapons we made all sorts of agreements provided them aid so they wouldn’t create them. Clinton’s agreement totally failed as did Obama’s policy. The Bush’s did no better. Trump has used the opposite method and though there is no certainty of success it appears he might have had a positive impact on Kim.
WW2: I quoted what Churchill said in the blurb on your site and that appraisal was also stated in his books. I think Churchill was right as do some of our best historical scholars. Victor David Hanson had a piece I believe not that long ago that detailed why WW2 could have been avoided. He recently finished his book on WW2. I did a quick search but though I read pieces by him on this subject I am not sure if this series is the identical piece or not. It is at the end of the discussion.
Your posting talked about Churchill’s opinion, not an alternative opinion as you seem to suggest. Can you quote from THAT article Buchanan’s opinion? It seems to be totally absent and discusses only the title and Churchill’s opinions.
You must have sent me the wrong address.
Your present discussion of blunders starts before WW1. There is a connection but in discussing “The Gathering Storm” we are well past WW1 and need to concentrate on the coming war something you seem to have forgotten. There are many what if’s but in the years before the war began had all the nations that later fought one another demonstrated their strength and power Germany likely would never have proceeded in the fashion he did.
All the mistakes that were made before the thirties had already occurred. Your strategy entails letting Europe be taken over by the Germans.
What is your solution in Korea other than things that haven’t been tried? Kim’s family has been pushing the line. What will you do when he threatens South Korea and has nuclear-capable ballistic missiles? Do you feel we shouldn’t have involved ourselves in the Korean War? WW2?
@Allan April 22, 2018 at 10:12 AM
It would take us too far afield here to do justice to the causes of the Korean War, but what the North Koreans reportedly vividly recall and that still informs their hostile attitude toward the US, are the latter’s war crimes against them:
“The hate, [of North Korea for the US] though, is not all manufactured. It is rooted in a fact-based narrative, one that North Korea obsessively remembers and the United States blithely forgets.***
“The story dates to the early 1950s, when the U.S. Air Force, in response to the North Korean invasion that started the Korean War, bombed and napalmed cities, towns and villages across the North. It was mostly easy pickings for the Air Force, whose B-29s faced little or no opposition on many missions.
“The bombing was long, leisurely and merciless, even by the assessment of America’s own leaders. ‘Over a period of three years or so, we killed off — what — 20 percent of the population,’ Air Force Gen. Curtis LeMay, head of the Strategic Air Command during the Korean War, told the Office of Air Force History in 1984. Dean Rusk, a supporter of the war and later secretary of state, said the United States bombed ‘everything that moved in North Korea, every brick standing on top of another.’
“After running low on urban targets, U.S. bombers destroyed hydroelectric and irrigation dams in the later stages of the war, flooding farmland and destroying crops.
“Although the ferocity of the bombing was criticized as racist and unjustified elsewhere in the world, it was never a big story back home. U.S. press coverage of the air war focused, instead, on ‘MiG alley,’ a narrow patch of North Korea near the Chinese border. There, in the world’s first jet-powered aerial war, American fighter pilots competed against each other to shoot down five or more Soviet-made fighters and become ‘aces.’
“War reporters rarely mentioned civilian casualties from U.S. carpet-bombing. It is perhaps the most forgotten part of a forgotten war.”
*** “It is still the 1950s in North Korea and the conflict with South Korea and the United States is still going on,” says Kathryn Weathersby, a scholar of the Korean War. “People in the North feel backed into a corner and threatened.”
This mind-set and its genesis must be taken into account in any attempt to negotiate North Korea’s divestment of its nuclear weapons.
To see how much time you’ll have to get to your nuclear fallout shelter if John “We Don’t Need No Stinking Negotiations” Bolton gets his way, watch the video at this link:
Ken, you write: ” It would take us too far afield here to do justice to the causes of the Korean War, …U.S. Air Force, in response to the North Korean invasion ”
North Korea attacked South Korea and when the UN entered the war your logic is that the North Koreans remember US bombing. You totally dismiss the fact that it was North Korea that attacked South Korea. That is why nations should avoid war. Since the Korean War the US has had the ability to wipe out every living soul in North Korea and hasn’t done so, yet American “aggression” is your excuse for the North Koreans threatening other nations with nuclear weapons. That is about as lame an excuse as I can think of.
White was duly elected, after all, and merely represents and reflects the mental state of his constituents. Yay democracy…
Yup. And he will be re-elected again and again. Anti-Semitism is fine with his constituents. The irony of it all is that the majority of American Jews are Democrats. But the GOP is racist. Go figure.
White is a fool. No doubt he’ll be re elected. Lead in the water DC Ward Eight.
Trayon White is a member of Louis Farrakhan’s “Nation of Islam”.
D.C. campaign finance officials have asked council member Trayon White Sr. for more information about a $500 donation he made to a Nation of Islam event in Chicago where leader Louis Farrakhan declared “powerful Jews are my enemy.”
White (D-Ward 8) made the Jan. 29 donation, disclosed in filings this month, from his constituent services account — private money raised by lawmakers for community causes. The funds must benefit D.C. residents, according to campaign finance law.
But the lawmaker’s contribution went to the group’s Saviours’ Day, an annual weekend convention where Farrakhan has denounced Jews in caustic terms.
Campaign finance officials have given White until May 3 to explain the donation to the February event, where Farrakhan said Jews controlled the FBI and “were responsible for all of this filth and degenerate behavior that Hollywood is putting out turning men into women and women into men.” He said the government and “powerful Jews” were his enemies.
I guess humor is subjective, but I always thought Farrakhan was funnier when he went by the name of Slappy White (yes, I’ve pushed this gag a hundred times, so this would be #101).
Jews don’t control the weather. Moon Nazis do.
I’ve been absent a lot. When did JT start writing for The Onion?
It is rather surreal the ignorance of Trayon White and his staff.
Either the guy’s never heard of Occam’s Razor, or he’s a secret agent of the Amish Navy, planted to deflect attention from the zeppelin fleets hovering in cumulus clouds above DC to deploy 21st-Century corn-cob technology (Windows 12 Home & Office) and hack into the password that protects the password to John Podesta’ password, all three of which, ironically, are “password.”
It’s a diabolical triple-layered security system which Rear Admiral Schnork has vowed to crack before the coming harvest.
I don’t believe that he actually believes bankers control the weather. He’s just taking a lesson from Trump PR.
Right — I forgot about Occam’s Razor According To Hillary — “It’s Trump’s fault” — the one-size-fits-all answer that avoids all of that unnecessary critical thinking..
Harry Truman: “The buck stops here.”
Hillary Clinton: “It’s Trump’s fault.”
You forgot someone…
Harry Truman: “The buck stops here.”
Barack Obama et al: “It’s Bush’s fault.”
Hillary Clinton: “It’s Trump’s fault.”
…And the idea filters to the lowest very common denominator:
Harry Truman: “The buck stops here.”
Barack Obama et al: “It’s Bush’s fault.”
Hillary Clinton: “It’s Trump’s fault.”
billmcwilliams: “a lesson from Trump PR.”
White represents Ward 8. He holds the seat once held by Marion Barry. That may explain something. I suspect that there is something in the D.C. Code that requires the counselmember from Ward 8 to embarrass himself and the city.
Or maybe something in the DC water that rots out the higher mental functions ….
I would not blame the water for there are many intelligent and thoughtful people in D.C. and they can’t all be drinking bottled water. Also, having kayaked most of the D.C. waterways, I find them most impressive in a number of ways. There is no better way to spend the 4th of July than watching the fireworks from a raft at the foot of Roosevelt Island.
This sort of person does not “embarrass” the city. Remember, we are talking about DC. Next to LA and NYC, the most loons per square mile in the world.
The depth of ignorance knows no bounds. This kind of ignorance exists everywhere in our country. It’s disturbing and disappointing..
He probably saw it on Youtube, the prime source of mindless conspiracy theories outside of Infowars.
@wildbill99 April 21, 2018 at 7:02 AM
“He probably saw it on Youtube, the prime source of mindless conspiracy theories outside of Infowars.”
Do you mean like this conspiracy theory, Bill?
“Democratic Party sues Russia, Trump campaign and WikiLeaks alleging 2016 campaign conspiracy”
Guess again. He gobbles up this sort of hate and ignorance at the trough of Lewis Farrakhan …
… same place a number of other prominent democrats go to get a refill on the ignorant hatred and hate-filled ignorance they constantly spew like so many democrat trolls in a lawyers’ blog’s comment section.
Bayer makes a good point, then reverts to the petty, childish insults like a dog returning to its own vomit.
You don;t need a “weatherman” to know which way the wind blows. If, you are a sailboater.
Otherwise listen to the Bob Dillien song of that title.
Ok. Define “Holocaust” and then make a list here on the website of all such events.
The viciousness and the lunacy of the Left knows no limits. Commentator Mark Steyn provides deeps insights into the Leftism consciousness:
Intelligence has its limits but stupidity knows no bounds.
Well said Darren.
In an effort to keep driving down western traditions. I would like to offer a substitution for “stupefying stupidity:”
I prefer “more stupider.” Sort of has that “missing teeth” zest to it.
While most of the lefties here can’t get their brains up to this level, Trump says similar inflammatory statements to garner a strategic response (just look at the FBI [Federal Bumbling Idiotry]), this is a true example of the slide to “Idiocracy.”
I guess as long as he was not asked to make an intelligent comment in order to use the restroom, it went ok
My thought. The topic is not well stated. Who did what to whom or said this or that? Meso.
If you follow the link in the first sentence https://jonathanturley.org/2018/03/19/d-c-council-member-jewish-bankers-cause-snow-storms/ all will be made clear.
Turley either negligently or intentionally (I’d guess intentionally, but I’ve no clue why) omitted the missing link that allows the whole thing to make sense. The distinguished councilman is a fan of the Fantastic Farrakhan.
To which “holocaust” do we refer? Per the NYT and other MSM from 1913-1938, there were several holocausts and about “6 million” innocent Jews died in each one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jJ2X8UWHOjY
Why does the holocaust museum ignore the several other holocausts prior to Hitler?
A Holocaust denier? Back under your rock, scumbag.
Not very cordially, Bill.
Another good reason why Washington DC will never have a voting representative in Congress.
Was this moron bequethed Marion Berry’s crack pipe?
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