I was going to headline this story "Schiff Lies Again," but then I remembered I'm supposed to be covering things that are news:
Politico, hardly a right-wing site, reports that Adam Schiff “may have mischaracterized Parnas evidence,” and by “may have mischaracterized” they mean, of course, “lied his tuchus off” about it.
In a letter Schiff sent to Jerrold Nalder summarizing some of the Lev Parnas “evidence,” he included a redacted text message from Parnas to Rudy Giuliani referring to trying to set up a meeting with “Mr. Z,” to support the claim that he was trying to arrange a meeting with Ukrainian President Zelensky to pressure him to investigate the Bidens. But an unredacted version of the text exchange suggests that they were actually referring to a meeting with Burisma energy company founder Mykola Zlochevsky, whom Giuliani refers to as “Mr. Z.” That makes much more sense in the context of the text exchange (hiring practices at Burisma.) But with the redactions, we weren't supposed to see that.
Democrats are trying to pass it off as a simple mistake, rather than a deliberate attempt to mislead. If so, then I guess it will have to be added to all the other “mistakes” made in the FBI investigations of both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s campaign – those innocent mistakes made without any partisan intent that just coincidentally and miraculously, by random chance, always land on the side of harming Republicans and helping Democrats. As I’ve said before, it’s like flipping a coin 500 times and every time, having it land standing up on edge.
This court decision is good news for all Americans who value free speech, respect for others’ religious-political and religious beliefs, and protection of the actual meaning of words, like “hate group.”
Perhaps this will make government, media outlets and social media giants rethink the wisdom of treating the once important but now politicized and discredited SPLC as any sort of objective authority or hiring it to act as their contract censors.
Must-See Video: The National Republican Senatorial Committee released a video reminding us of what Trump’s “impeachment” is all about, in the Democrats’ own words, and assuring us that “a fair trial starts now” because finally, there are adults in the room.
Tweet of the Day! From Mark Hemingway of Real Clear Investigations: “I'm so old I remember when people said it's not a legal case, impeachment is political, rules are decided by the majority party, and stop talking about the right to face your accuser and rules of evidence.
I guess I'm at least six weeks old?”
In the never-ending competition among Democrats to decriminalize criminality, Joe Biden announced that as President, he would fire any ICE agent who tried to deport an “undocumented immigrant” (i.e., “illegal alien”) charged with a crime less than a felony, adding, “and I don’t count drunk driving as a felony.”
I wonder if the American citizens who have been injured or had loved ones killed by illegal alien drunk drivers who should've been deported would agree with Joe about the unseriousness of a drunk driving charge. In fact, it’s kind of shocking that he would downplay what a deadly weapon a vehicle can be, considering his wife and baby daughter were killed and his sons badly injured when their car was struck by a large truck in 1972.
“Huckabee” writer Pat Reeder, who never met the grandfather he’s named after because he was killed by a drunk driver, forcing Pat’s dad to go to work to support his mom and little brother instead of going to college, volunteered to write this story. But I told him we couldn’t print the kind of language he wanted to use.
News alert! We’ve found a celebrity who is not intimidated in any way about saying he supports Trump! It’s ultimate fighting superstar Conor McGregor.
Now, let’s see if Robert DiNiro threatens to punch him in the face.
Happy Ending Story of the Day: Sacramento police recovered a 1956 Cadillac Eldorado that was stolen from a garage and returned it to its owner. The car was a gift from Hollywood glamor goddess Rita Hayworth to Curly Bunfill, a movie stuntman who earned three Purple Hearts while serving in World War II. They’d met at a party, he danced with her, and she had so many beautiful cars, she decided to leave him the Caddy in her will. Her name is engraved in several places on it, and it’s won a number of trophies at car shows.
Bunfill said, “When that car is gone, part of me is gone. I just feel terrible.” But now, he has it back.
Oh yes, he’s still around to enjoy it. He’s 106 years old, and like his Caddy and his memories of dancing with Rita Hayworth, he’s still going strong.
Say, are you bothered by an overactive brain keeping you awake at night with too many thoughts? You’re in luck! Here’s a surefire way to shave off a few I.Q. points without the trouble and expense of undergoing a frontal lobotomy. Just listen to Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez describe how owning a business works.
It involves the owner sitting on a couch while the employees (undocumented slaves and single moms, apparently) are literally dying making all the widgets that the owner sells until he inevitably becomes a billionaire. Seriously. I’m only scratching the surface, but just typing that brief summary so depleted my brainpower, I was starting to forget how to type. If “stupid” could be concentrated like Coke syrup, it would be like this.
And speaking of how socialists “think,” Project Veritas released another uncover video of a second Bernie Sanders campaign worker, this one a field organizer in South Carolina, who claims he can’t wait to take up arms and start a communist revolution, that he thinks Bernie should dissolve the legislative and judicial branches and make all the decisions, and that he’s looking forward to putting all the Republicans into gulags for “re-education.”
I find it strange how much these people love RE-education when I can see no evidence that they ever got an education in the first place.