Three Debates? No, make it four!


"Joe Biden went off on a tangent Thursday night — about the Kenosha protest shooting suspect and the deadly Charlottesville rally in 2017 — despite being asked about the police shooting of Jacob Blake.

The Democratic presidential candidate’s flub came during an appearance on CNN.

“The president has not talked about the shooting of Mr. Blake. He’s talked about violence at protests in wake of it,” anchor Anderson Cooper began. “I’m wondering why you think that is — why he hasn’t addressed it. There’s obviously a lot we do not know about the circumstances around it, but the video obviously is out there.”

Biden’s response, however, made no mention of Blake — with the 77-year-old former vice president instead bringing up Kyle Rittenhouse, the 17-year-old."  NY Post


Well, there you have it.  Joe doesn't want to talk about the wounded sexual assault perp handcuffed to his bed.  No, he wants to talk about the kid with a rifle, the white kid with the rifle.  Anyone ever read "Lancelot" by Walker Percy?

In Joe's one sided obsession with the kid and Charlottesville,  the future of America (or whatever it will be called) in a Biden figurehead presidency can be clearly seen.

No guns for you bad, racist people!  No assembly against your political enemies!  Suppression of your racist history and culture?  Yes!  Yes!

Joe's bad Irish, working class racist ancestors will have to be scrubbed clean by the Ministry of Truth. 

The same must be done to protect the president in waiting (sounds of Blues music in background) from the ugly truth of her father's slave holding family in Jamaayka.  But, that can easily be done. 

There will be many BLM and Antifa Brown Shirts looking for employment in his government.  I wonder how many of them have Social Sciences or Humanities degrees.  The Ministry of Truth will be a natural place for them.

The kid who shot up the BLM/Antifa rioters?  Well, I suspect that he will have a spirited, well funded defense.  No GO Fund Me will be needed.  pl

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33 Responses to Three Debates? No, make it four!

  1. BillWade says:

    Blake’s now not being charged with anything and the handcuffs have been removed, I believe he is paralyzed though.
    Sen Rand Paul believes the protesters that harassed him and his wife last night meant to do them bodily harm, if not kill them. He also thinks they are paid operatives, will this be investigated, I don’t think so.
    A rough ride ahead for sure.

  2. Artemesia says:

    “Well, I suspect that he [Rittenhouse — an Austrian name, btw; obviously influenced by u-no-hoo] will have a spirited, well funded defense. ”
    Don’t count on it.
    24 protesters at the Unite the Right rally in Charlottesville are defendants in a civil suit engineered by self-described “loud-mouthed Jewish lesbians from New York.”
    Their stated intent is to bankrupt the individuals: “hound them for payment for the rest of their lives;” to “crush” such protest movements.
    The Jewish plaintiff’s lawyers have accumulated millions of dollars, seeded with a $100,000 donation from ADL.
    Defendants have been harassed from ability to use GoFundMe; have been unable to find counsel willing to take the case; have been subject to stiff fines imposed by the court for failing to produce certain items in a timely fashion. One Defendant who had found a lawyer was ultimately unable to pay him, whereupon the lawyer got court’s permission to terminate representation.
    Charlottesville is a center of legal talent in Virginia, drawing upon UVa’s very fine law school.
    But the Old Line law firms seem to have aged out, or been bullied into silence.
    Realize that this is a CIVIL suit, brought for the express purpose of bankrupting and “crushing” the UtR protesters. Unite the Right participant James Fields was tried by the State and convicted of homicide after his car drove into a crowd of counter-protesters. A public defender represented Fields, poorly, and he was sentenced to 400 years in prison.
    Contrast the situation Fields was tried and sentenced for, with that of many, many of the participants in BLM ‘protests,’ where deliberate mayhem, destruction and even death were perpetrated, but nobody seems to have been arrested or charged.

  3. turcopolier says:

    Not charged with anything? More cowardice!

  4. Fred says:

    One of the men, to quote the NYDailyNews: “Online arrest records show Huber was arrested several times on battery, drugs and other charges.” had attacked Rittenhouse, who was running away and fell, with his Antifa prefered weapon – a skateboard. The second individual shot had a pistol – illegal for him to own as an ex-con – in his hand. “” Rosenbaum had an open criminal case on battery, disorderly conduct and domestic abuse charges, according to the Wisconsin Circuit Court website.” ”
    Video embeded here:
    Rittenhouse did not shoot him a second time nor shoot the person who put his hands up. Google won’t autofill ” Gaige Grosskreutz + gun”, because how can you control the narrative otherwise.
    Did anyone bother to ask Joe about the assualt upon Senator Rand Paul and his wife or the use of bliding strobes, another BLM/Antifa tactic? Where’s Speaker Pelosi, the Mayor of DC and the Senator from California?
    They are all just getting practice to unleash the violent coup when Uncle Joe loses, if they don’t rig it first.
    A final point about the lefts new icon of victimhood, Jacob Blake has apparently had his felony warrant for sexual assault vacated.
    “In May, Blake was accused of unlawfully entering a home and sexually assaulting a woman in her bedroom before leaving with her vehicle, CNN reported, citing a criminal complaint it obtained.”

  5. turcopolier says:

    No. The BLM/Antifa people are Marxist revolutionaries much like the scum who took over Russia in 1918. Black people who fail do well in this country have themselves to blame.

  6. turcopolier says:

    No idea what you are talking about. You should stick with music. You don’t have take responsibility for anything there. the Marxists in the street are not innocent souls who want to be allowed to live differently. they are people who want to impose their own tyranny.

  7. Jack says:

    “Video eye” does not lie. Kyle Rittenhouse acted in self-defense. Murder charges are factually unsupportable. An egregious miscarriage of justice is occurring with respect to this 17-year old boy. I love truth & justice. I deplore lies & injustice. Had those feelings ALL my life.
    Lin Wood was Nick Sandman’s attorney who sued CNN for defamation and got a settlement. He’s gonna represent Kyle.

  8. upstater says:

    The Antifa victims of Rittenhouse in Kenosha were cockroaches coming out of the cracks. It is expected with 30 million unemployed and 40 years of bipartisan deindustrialization and free trade.
    Having said that, a 17 year old, driven to Kenosha by his mom, armed with an AR-15 is a really stupid idea and an accident waiting to happen. The Kenosha police apparently were supportive of a militia rabble; this is inherently unprofessional. If the Kenosha police had sent the militia rabble home, this would not have happened.
    Does the US Army or Marine Corps send 17 year olds out into urban environments untrained and fully armed without experienced guidance?
    If this sort of thing continues, things are going to blow.

  9. Jack says:

    Maybe we don’t get any debates. Pelosi has already called for that. If we do, maybe it is a virtual one.
    The open question is if Trump wins the election what will the Democrats do? Hillary has already advised Biden to not concede. What happens in states like Michigan and North Carolina if they’re unable to call their election due to contested ballots?
    What will Trump do if DC, NY and other big cities riot in scale? He’ll be POTUS until January.

  10. turcopolier says:

    The US Army and USMC have sent many 17 year olds into combat with not much training. You don’t know that? Where the hell have you been? Yes, things are going to blow if the revolutionaries are not suppressed. I suggest free range prison camps in the Aleutians with the best camping gear that money can buy.

  11. turcopolier says:

    I understand that we stand on the edge of the abyss.

  12. tim s says:

    Sir, thanks for posting on Kyle. He needs all of the support he can get, and keeping it from being swept under the rug should be the least we can do. You are right, the abyss is opening. Kyle did what he had to do, and the same challenge will be faced by all good people. God bless him.

  13. Fred says:

    There are millions unemployed due to Democrats like Cuomo declaring them ‘non-essential’ and ordering them not to go to work.
    “The Kenosha police apparently were supportive of a militia rabble; this is inherently unprofessional.”
    Is that what you are calling BLM/Antifa now? Call the democratic mayors and ask them why they are forbidding the police from clearing the streets of rioters. Oh, wait, the mayors are complicit in this, just like Portland, Seattle, Minneapolis, Chicago, Baltimore, D.C., and on and on. Except Atlanta, that black lady democrat mayor down that way ain’t letting this crap destroy her city. Too bad the rest of the left don’t have a spine, balls, and some sense like her.

  14. Ishmael Zechariah says:

    Colonel, SST;
    Could it be just mere coincidence that all three attackers are ex-cons? Seems to violate Goldfinger’s “law of three”.
    Ishmael Zechariah
    P.s: I am impressed by Rittenhouse’s fire discipline. As someone here said before he is a natural. I am less impressed by his teammates. How did he get separated?


    the latest, Rittenhouse was at his job in Kenosha as a life guard!
    After work went to the school to help wash off graffiti.
    the guns were not transported across state lines.
    this changes everything.

  16. blue peacock says:

    Not only was his fire discipline excellent, he was also a superb marksman. He shot from tough angles while under attack from multiple directions. He did not fire indiscriminately either.
    Amazing kid! Glad he’s got a good attorney and will get serious financial support to mount a credible legal defense to a spurious indictment.

  17. Barbara Ann says:

    Filling a Vacancy on the National Ticket: In the event of death, resignation or disability of a nominee of the Party for President or Vice President after the adjournment of the National Convention, the National Chairperson of the Democratic National Committee shall confer with the Democratic leadership of the United States Congress and the Democratic Governors Association and shall report to the Democratic National Committee, which is authorized to fill the vacancy or vacancies.

    The above is an excerpt from the DNC’s “CALL For the 2020 Democratic National Convention” document, the first link in the article below.
    If this is the plan, my sense is we are in the phase before the imminent ‘discovery’ of poor Joe’s mental decline where Dem voters need to be scared (by the prospect of losing the election with Joe) into accepting the DNC’s pick of savior, just before the election.

  18. turcopolier says:

    I made money in business after I left the government but never liked the process at all. I was always a public service guy. I understand your point. BTW my Francophone ancestors arrived in Canada in 1617 and the Anglos in 1802. That branch moved back to the states in the the late 1830s after the rebellion against the crown which split the family.

  19. Deap says:

    Democrats own the riots and the violence. Chicago 1968 redux.

  20. Deap says:

    DNC succession policy: at least this slot does not automatically go to Kamala Harris.
    But who else would take the top of the ticket at this time, under these circumstances? My money is on Eric Swalwell. Maybe Wasserpoodle would take one for the team – the historic two woman ticket – Florida remains in contention. At least I think that would make it a two female ticket, but it might need blood tests for confirmation.

  21. Deap says:

    In a capitalist society, no everyone needs to win. Some can simply benefit due to the fact winners exist and they create trickle down. .
    Under socialism, everyone loses. Except for the children of the new government elites. Thus by the third generation you have wealth stratification all over again again, but floating only on OPM. Those funding the OPM at that point rise up and throw the bums at the top out.

  22. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    News from Kenosha. I suspect thatyou won’t hear about this on CNN…
    Not your garden variety food trucks. Amtifa logistics all the way from the Left Coast, more like.
    Are we there yet, Daddy? An organized, well-funded sedition, that is? Wonder if the Federal authorities would care to take a look at this? Not all of them, of course.

  23. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    Also in from Kenosha:
    The guy who got shot. Seems like a fine, upstanding fellow to me.
    But then the police union had a few things to say about how the case was being handled and characterized through selective “facts” being floated by the local and state ideologues:
    But wait, there’s more!
    Sniff, sniff. Do I smell money money? They should all be compensated for being made to feel so tired.

  24. Deap says:

    Since arriving 1687, there was never a time when my own, now well-expanded and highly dispersed, family name members were not involved in politics and government. This family name tradition was the mother’s milk, upon which I was raised. Never thought much about this until now. I like our country. Deep roots within the family stories do create a sense of protective stewardship.

  25. Vegetius says:

    Antifa and BLM wear red (and black), not brown. The only time they wear brown is when they do false-flags to sucker people.
    I know a couple of generations have been conditioned by the television to shriek “Fascist!” at anything that seems un-American, but SST is celebrated for its high standards of historical accuracy.

  26. nightsticker says:

    Col Lang
    Imagine if BLM/ATIFA marchers were
    met each time in the manner that Col
    Smith’s Redcoats were met by the Minutemen.
    Ritterhouse set a splendid example for all
    Americans. I suspect that the sellout of
    firearms and ammunition in the gun stores
    of America results from a widespread agreement
    with this point of view.
    Deo Vindice

  27. turcopolier says:

    You are that literal minded? Are you an engineer? “Brown Shirt” equals SA = Antifa/BLM.

  28. turcopolier says:

    Not so. the American working people have been well off beyond belief. You don’t think so? Well, you have not lived in the “shithole” countries.

  29. turcopolier says:

    You are exaggerating the amount of poverty in Canada/US because you want to see a utopian dream fulfilled. IMO if people are poor in these two countries it is generally because they do not bestir themselves and would rather be supported by others.

  30. JerseyJeffersonian says:

    James, Colonel,
    I suspect that a large fraction of those homeless are those who are mentally ill. Thanks again to well-meaning liberals who demanded that the old time mental asylums be closed due to abuses, supposedly having the mentally ill be supported by community-based outreach instead, they wound up on the street. Some of this is traceable to lack of funding, but a not insubstantial portion of this is that these folks regularly went off their meds, and presented a real problem to track down and corral into compliance. A friend of mine some years ago was part of that system, and it was a nightmare.
    Also, a large cohort is comprised of drug addicts, some proportion of which are self-medicating mentally ill, others by “choice”, some in this position due to abuse or family dysfunction. Many of them not being stupid, they have gravitated to cities where the benefits that they want are made liberally available, pickings through panhandling and petty crime are obtainable, and their drugs of choice are on offer. Intractable problems unless those areas were to exert serious control through incarceration coupled with forced medication and detox. Big money involved, so these measures are unlikely to be taken.

  31. TonyL says:

    I don’t think james is exaggerating at all.
    “5.3% of the population—or 17.3 million people—live in deep poverty, with incomes below 50% of their poverty thresholds.
    And 29.9% of the population—or 93.6 million—live close to poverty, with incomes less than two times that of their poverty thresholds.”
    Trickle down economics is a flaw theory. It is a conservative utopian dream.
    Case in point, if we look at the amount of investments from large corporations after Trump’s tax cut, it basically showed the folly of supply side economics. The large corporations just used the money they got from the tax cut to buy backs shares, enriching the share holders and the executives. No investments whatsoever were implemented to create jobs.

  32. AK says:

    You are correct in your suspicions. I used to work not far from Skid Row in Los Angeles and drove through the area on a daily basis. When people would visit me from out of town, I would make it a point on our “tourist” itinerary to take them through it so they could see it with their own eyes. It is nothing short of 15 city blocks of human psychological and physical Hell. The vast, vast majority of people suffer there from at least one of either drug addiction or catastrophic mental illness. Many suffer from both. The reason I took people there is to show them the result of liberal “compassion”, and I challenged them to explain to me how this was compassionate to allow fellow humans to live in such a state. No one can argue that Skid Row is the result of cold-hearted conservatism. And no one can argue a lack of funds either. The city and the state have long spent insane amounts of taxpayer dollars trying to deal with the homeless problem, to the effect of only exacerbating it.

  33. AK says:

    Correct me if I’m wrong, but do you subscribe to the typical socialist notion that the amount of wealth in the world is a pie of fixed size? If so, where did the pie come from in the first place? Has it always existed, in some sort of a priori, ethereal state, awaiting discovery and capture by the most ruthless and/or fortunate group(s) at some zero-sum loss on the part of other, less fortunate groups?
    If you don’t subscribe to this notion of wealth as a fixed-size pie, then how do you explain the phenomenon of wealth creation other than through a capitalist, market economy? And if wealth has been created over the course of human history, why can’t it continue to be created? Why is it so morally anathema to you that some people may indeed capture more of an ever-growing pie than others? As wealth is created, there is still plenty to be had even in smaller quantities that surely betters the lives of those capturing it. After all, the UN’s own millennium development goal of halving the global population living in abject poverty by 2030 was actually achieved by 2008. How did that happen?
    Finally, I suggest you have a look at the staggering amount of money that the richest Americans contribute to philanthropy each year. Some of these people donate upwards of 50% of their annual income to charity. And before you shout “but, taxes!”, it’s worth considering that philanthropic endeavors, their operational problems notwithstanding, often make for more effective use of funds than shoveling the money down the government’s black hole.

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