DAILY BRIEF — NOVEMBER 20TH

 


***CHARLIE MEETS HIS MAKER***


 

Malodorous hippie and aspiring race war engineer Charlie Manson finally saved the taxpayers of California some cash by kicking the bucket last night. Don’t get too excited, though. That cash was immediately reallocated to illegal immigrants. Manson was the ripe old hippie age of 83; a pretty impressive age to reach considering the drugs he’d done and the sheer amount of his own bullshit he consumed daily.

Of course, it was the effect of his BS on others that ultimately mattered to society, as it led several other malodorous hippies to commit some of the most notoriously heinous murders of the 20th century. The Manson family, as they were called, were mostly sheltered middle class white women who were swept up by the first charismatic guy with a guitar upon leaving home. He used an odd mix of Hitlerian race arguments, Beatles lyrics and the Book of Revelation to promote his own whacked-out vision of a future that those dumb hippies fell for hook, line and sinker. 

In preparation for what Charlie saw as an inevitable race war, which he coined “Helter Skelter,” the Manson family moved to the Spahn Movie Ranch, a mock Old West town north of Los Angeles that was once a film set but had since fallen to ruins. The group later moved to Death Valley, eventually settling at the Barker Ranch.

At that time, Charlie believed the race war was on its way and the desert location would afford his cult safe refuge until the smoke cleared. He openly professed his hatred of black people, and he believed that when “Helter Skelter” came, blacks would annihilate whites. Apparently he thought very little of everything about them except their fighting ability. The theory went that blacks, unable to govern themselves after the great victory, would then turn to great, wise Manson family for leadership.

Growing impatient with the failure of his vision to come to fruition, Charlie decided to take things into his own followers’ hands. Late at night on Aug. 8, 1969, he dispatched four family members — Susan Atkins, Patricia Krenwinkel, Charles “Tex” Watson and Linda Kasabian — to the home of famous actress Sharon Tate in the Hollywood hills. The location was no accident, as it had been once inhabited by a fellow named Terry Melcher, a record producer Charlie blamed for his failed music aspirations.

Poor little Charlie. No one had the heart to tell him that folk music sucks. 

Shortly after midnight on Aug. 9, Atkins, Krenwinkel and Tex entered the Tate house while Ms. Kasabian waited outside. Through a frenzied combination of shooting, stabbing, beating and hanging, they murdered Ms. Tate and four others in the house and on the grounds: Jay Sebring, a Hollywood hairdresser; Abigail Folger, an heiress to the Folger coffee fortune; Voytek Frykowski, Ms. Folger’s boyfriend; and Steven Parent, an 18-year-old visitor. Tate’s husband, child rapist Roman Polanski, was in London at the time, unfortunately.

Before leaving, Atkins scrawled the word “pig” in blood on the front door of the house. This was supposed to give the crime scene the appearance of having been committed by black militants, which, in Manson’s howling wilderness of a mind, would spur Helter Skelter and usher in the reign of his absolutely awful-smelling cult. 

The night after the Tate murders, Charlie and a half-dozen of his cultists drove to a Los Angeles house he apparently selected at random. Inside, Charlie tied up the residents — a wealthy grocer named Leno LaBianca and his wife, Rosemary — before leaving. After he was gone, several family members stabbed the couple to death. The phrases “Death to Pigs” and “Healter Skelter,” misspelled, were scrawled in blood at the scene.

The seven murders went unsolved for months. Then, in the autumn of 1969, the police closed in on the Manson family after Atkins, in jail on an unrelated murder charge, bragged to cellmates about the killings. Yes, she was that stupid. How ironic– Charlie thought he would rise to power due to a Darwinian belief in the failure of a race to govern themselves, and ultimately he’s taken down by his own follower’s Darwin Award.

I’m starting to believe these hippies weren’t the best choice to lead Earth. 

In any event, Charlie Manson has now died and is writhing in agonizing eternal hellfire. There are rumors that his followers may be given lighter sentences in the hereafter, since God considers hour upon hour of listening to his crappy folk music as time served. 

 

 

 


***FALLEN BORDER HERO***


 

The Trump administration needs to come through on its promise to build a wall, and it needs to happen yesterday. 

Authorities are searching southwest Texas for suspects or witnesses after a U.S. Border Patrol agent was killed and his partner injured yesterday while on patrol in the state’s Big Bend area.

Agent Rogelio Martinez and his partner were “responding to activity” near Interstate 10 in Van Horn, Tex., when both were seriously injured. Martinez’s partner called for help. Other agents arrived, provided medical care and took them to a hospital.

Martinez died of his injuries; his partner, who has not yet been identified, remains in the hospital in serious condition. Martinez was a 36 year old who had only been with the Border Patrol since 2013. He decided to protect his country’s borders and died in that service. He is a hero of the highest order and should be celebrated as such. Contrary to what globalists tell you, our neighbors to the south are the 2nd most dangerous country in the world, behind only Syria. Men like Martinez are our first line of defense against murderous drug cartels and anyone else seeking to exploit our border weaknesses to do our nation harm. There should be so much damn border security reinforcement that an incident like his is unheard of.

As to his particular murder, authorities are still gathering evidence. The government says reports that the agents were shot are not true, but that a full account of what happened wouldn’t be released until today.

Art Del Cueto, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council labor union, says that the two agents were responding to an electronic sensor when they were attacked. Although officials have not yet released details, Del Cueto said, “we strongly believe rocks were what was used.”

“I know people don’t want to jump to conclusions and say stuff … but you hear the talk about individuals trying to get a better life and enter this country to get a better life — but the reality is they will stop at nothing, including killing a federal agent, including taking someone’s life, which is what happened,” Del Cueto said.

Border agents bashed to death by rocks. One would think that headline only fit for a Palestinian cesspool. Not anymore, I’m afraid. Not with this Congress.

Upon hearing news of the murders, President Trump weighed in on Twitter, renewing demands for the wall:

“Border Patrol Officer killed at Southern Border, another badly hurt. We will seek out and bring to justice those responsible. We will, and must, build the Wall!”

Predictably, the president’s critics have seized on the tweet to accuse him of politicizing a tragedy. Meanwhile, actual Americans are nodding their heads feverishly and demanding that his calls be heeded. Of course, I take these sort of taste-based critiques with a grain of salt, coming from the same people who don’t allow for bodies to cool after a massacre before demanding the entire firearm industry be shut down. 

Call it politicization all you like. I’ll just take a page out of the Leftist playbook and call it “common sense border regulation.”

Will a wall solve all our border issues? Of course not. No solution is 100% effective. Border agents will always assume risk, as does anyone tasked with the job of securing a nation. But what it WILL do is give them a leg up on anyone who intends them, and in turn us, harm. The electronic sensors that alerted those agents to the scene in the first place may not have been death clarions had the perpetrators been busy trying to negotiate a physical barrier.

Think of those electronic sensors as door knocks. When murderers knock on our nation’s doors, do you want our agents responding to a shoddy, hole-riddled door, or one of reinforced steel that affords them the time to deal with the situation in the safest and most effective way possible? Yes, it’s great to have those door knocks. I’m glad Democrats found it in their hearts to fund electronic sensors. But let’s actually make sure the door is worth a damn, too. It all works together, folks. Electronic security, border personnel, AND A DAMN WALL. Individually, these measures are half-assed excuses to say “we did something.” Combined, they create something that Americans have been demanding for decades now: ACTUAL SECURITY. 

Is this really so hard to understand?

Of course not. The problem isn’t a lack of comprehension. The problem is neither side wants to secure the border for their own respective reasons. Democrats love the endless stream of socialists because it means a reliable voting bloc. Republicans don’t dare upset big business, who don’t want their cheap labor interrupted. The safety of the American people is the least of their concerns. Congress has their own barriers of protections; walls, armed guards, the whole nine yards. They’re not concerned with the average folk. 

Our thoughts and prayers are with Agent Rogelio Martinez and his family. His death is no different than those of our warriors on the front lines abroad. He gave his life to safeguard his nation and I, for one, will be eternally grateful. 

I only hope that our so-called leaders show a fraction of his courage this December when the battle to fund the wall is settled.

 

 

 


***SOROS GETTING INTO GEAR***


 

We’re all aware of the estimated $18B George Soros recently set aside for his next round of anti-American, open border operations that seek to destroy our nation from within.

Thanks to the Washington Free Beacon, who apparently decided to stop paying for fake dirt on Trump and get back to reporting actual news, we now know his latest focus: prosecutors nationwide.

A leftwing operation funded by Soros and his pals, The Democracy Alliance, is gearing up to fund the races of the most “progressive” prosecutors they can find. This is an integral part of an overall anti-borders agenda, as it seeks to undermine efforts to enforce immigration law at the local level. 

The Beacon got wind of these plans via documents gathered from the even that were never meant for public eyes. They can be read right here:

Please die already, Soros.

These blueprints, if you will, were lifted from the Democracy Alliance’s three-day fall investment conference last week at the La Costa Resort in Carlsbad, Calif.  They explain how electing “ultra-progressive” prosecutors in cities across the nation are vital to the larger #Resistance scheme.

“Progressive prosecutors are winning—from Florida to Pennsylvania, Texas to Illinois,” according to a flier from one of the globalist brainstorming sessions. “Bold reform candidates have been propelled by movement players and driven record voter turnout of African Americans, Latinos, and Millennials—and are shifting the political narrative.”

In other words, kick the race-hustling into high gear so we can out-vote the whites. Given the disparity in birth rates among various races, that will likely happen anyway. But not fast enough for ol’ George, apparently.

Whether it’s working hand in hand with the media to gin up race riots based on lies (see Ferguson) or funding various “activist” (read: rioter) groups across the nation, Soros is no stranger to using racial division to destroy the country he so despises. Of course, seeing as how he’s literally a Nazi collaborator, racial division might just be in his blood. 

Oh how wonderful it would be for us to follow Hungary’s lead and declare him an enemy of the People. They’re actually using their intelligence apparatus against Soros and his cronies. They care deeply about their border and culture.

America, please watch Hungary and take notes. Copy what they’re doing, please. For the sake of our children. 

 

 

 


***CAPITOL HI.LL IS A GROPE FACTORY WAITING TO BE EXPOSED***


 

Of course, everyone already knows that, but I figured I would write about it.

Aggressive Al Franken got the ball rolling this week when a picture when Leeann Tweeden came forth with a photo of the aspiring Weinstein having fun with her sleeping body. Since then, another woman has come forth accusing him of groping her butt during a photo-op, which Franken claims not to remember. To be fair, he’s probably telling the truth. I imagine it’s hard to keep up with all the women who’ve fallen into the grabby hands of Aggressive Al. I’m sure they’re no match for the stats racked up by Creepy Joe Biden. 

There’s a huge difference between the Tweeden case and those whispered to be rampant on Capitol Hill, though. She’s, well, not on Capitol Hill. And that matters. 

In the House and Senate, lawmakers and staffers alike say sexual harassment is a common problem. Much like the Horney Harvey Weinstein situation, it’s a huge “open secret,” kept neatly under a rug by a mix of fear of losing ones career and a glaring double standard for how people in certain segments of society are held accountable. 

And yet, despite the revelation of a congressional sex assault settlement fund, none dare come forward to give names.

“I think there’s a great reluctance to finger a member because there’s this fear that one’s career in the Capitol will be over if you come out,” said Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA), who says she, herself, experienced harassment as a congressional staffer back in the 70’s. 

“There’s an extra burden for a staffer to come forward on Capitol Hill right now if they’re still working in the building,” she added. 

This isn’t much different from the systematic issue that allowed Horney Harvey to run wild for decades. It’s hard to challenge power, especially power that can decide your career. The young women pressured to watch Weinstein masturbate in the shower for fear of being declared persona non grata in Hollywood aren’t much different than young DC staffers worried about being banished to a life of exile with the common folk. 

In Congress, however, staffers and lawmakers with stories to tell seem uniquely reluctant to identify their harassers. 

Rep. Linda Sanchez (D-CA), the vice chairwoman of the House Democratic caucus,  says that a male colleague, who is no longer in Congress, repeatedly ogled her and touched her inappropriately…… on the friggin House floor. She added that another current male lawmaker, who she has since learned to avoid, tried to proposition her.

She refuses to name either man, explaining that she “just doesn’t think it would be helpful” to name the harasser……who still serves in Congress. See, it’s helpful to run off Roy Moore based on 40 year old allegations, but naming a SITTING CONGRESSMAN who is CURRENTLY HARASSING WOMEN ON THE HOUSE FLOOR…..meh, no biggie. 

That, my friends, is the essence of the swamp.

Speier testified before the House Administration Committee that two current lawmakers of both parties have been accused of sexual harassment. She similarly declined to name either lawmaker, citing one victim bound by a nondisclosure agreement  — a strategy also employed by Horney Harvey to keep his victims silent —and another who has given no other reason for her silence other than she doesn’t want to go public. 

Rep. Barbara Comstock (R-VA) told the House Administration Committee that a young female staffer quit her job because a male congressman exposed himself to her. Comstock said she heard the story secondhand and did not know the lawmaker’s identity, only that he is still in Congress.

Right, Barbara. I’m sure the person telling you this story conveniently left out the identity of the friggin person she’s talking about. God these people think we’re stupid. 

Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) also said that she had been sexually harassed as a Capitol Hill intern in 1974, but declined to say if it was from a staffer or lawmaker. I’ll give you a hint: it was a lawmaker. People don’t tend to harass powerful people who can end their careers at the drop of a hat. It’s typically people in positions of power taking advantage of those under them. 

“I’m not going to comment as to details of it, but suffice it to say that it happened more than once from more than one person,” McCaskill said.

A grope factory indeed. 

Travis Moore, a staffer who seeks to get politicians to keep their damn hands to themselves, recently led a petition type letter signed by over 1500 congressional staffers urging lawmakers to reform sexual harassment prevention policies. He specifically limited it to former staffers because of the political constraints on people who currently work in congressional offices. In other words, no current staffer had the courage to sign it. And that’s just a letter asking for reform, not any type of specific accusation. 

Good Lord. 

Like Hollywood and the media, Congress remains a male-dominated workplace where women frequently find it hard to be taken as seriously.

Congress says it’s attacking the issue by reforming the process available to staffers to report harassment and mandating training for members and staff. They say it’s the best they can do for now to bring accountability to Capitol Hill.

Speier and recent Clinton world turncoat Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand (D-N.Y.) introduced legislation to require the training and overhaul the complaint filing process available through the Office of Compliance, including by making a current months-long mandatory counseling and mediation process optional.

As a Soldier in the US Army, I had to undergo extensive anti-harassment training. Hundreds upon hundreds of hours of it, in fact, and often late in the evening after long duty days, when I just wanted to be with my family. I suppose it’s nice to see members of Congress applying their own rules to themselves for once. Now let’s see them do that with pay raises and healthcare. 

But wait, there’s more!

Speier and Gillibrand are introducing a bill that would….*gasp*…..require to pay for their own damn groping lawsuits! Can you believe it?? What gracious public servants these people are. Not using taxpayer money to settle personal sexual harassment lawsuits? Now THAT is the very definition of selfless service. 

Currently, any monetary settlements made to resolve harassment complaints are paid from a “special fund” operated by the Treasury. The bill from Speier and Gillibrand would require lawmakers accused of harassment to pay back the taxpayers.

Also, in cases with settlements, the Office of Compliance would have to publish the names of employing offices and the amounts paid on its website.

You mean on top of not footing the bill, we also get to find out which of our representatives are uncontrollable sex predators? You spoil us, Congress, you really do. 

Rep. Bradley Byrne (R-AL), who practiced employment law for three decades and also testified before the House Administration Committee last week, predicted that reforming the process would result in more people coming forward.

“I think that will encourage people. In fact, I predict a spike in complaints,” Byrne said.

 

You know what would *really* cut down on the problem, Rep. Byrne? Getting rid of the current establishment that views itself as separate from the People. Maybe, just maybe, if we fostered a culture of accountability *in general*, not only would we have fewer Ted Kennedys running around raping women, but more people actually fulfilling their campaign promises!

The fact that sexual assault victims are even more hesitant to come forward in Congress is just a symptom of the larger disease, which is a government that insulates itself from anything resembling the consequences suffered by the average man, be it for groping young women or sending their own kids to private school while denying school choice to the children of the great unwashed. 

We don’t need videos teaching congressman to be less touchy-feely.

We need to return government to the People. 

 

 


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5 thoughts on “DAILY BRIEF — NOVEMBER 20TH

  1. Thanks for a sad but true recap Trey. 2 blue ribbons added this week to the porch. Wish someone would take out Soros. The world would be a better place. Drive safely during the holiday & Happy Thanksgiving. ❤🇺🇸🕇

    1. Got to agree. I know that that if I didn’t have a wife I love with all my heart, who is now dependent on me, I would have become that which we will not name. I just find it hard to believe there aren’t others out there like myself.

  2. Yes there certainly is a problem with a double standard when it comes to sexual harassment etc. especially from those who have been entrusted by the people to represent them. IMHO, that statement, entrusted to represent them seemingly has been forgotten. EVERY member there needs to be held to a higher standard in EVERY aspect of life. This will not change so long as there is any form of “incentive” whether actual or implied, in being a member of such a group. Seems that the entire idea of “service to our nation and our fellow man” have been completely forgotten, for whatever reasons. As for the “conference”, is it annoying to read about, certainly….does it offer an opportunity for strategic and tactical planning? Certainly does. The shear frivolity of the left aside, I suppose at least they are of one mind and creating “battle plans”…..something those on the right need to understand, develop their own groups and prepare their own plans for this upcoming “battle”. I say this as I listen to both sides discussing the proposed tax bills and understanding some of the issues there. The removal of elimination of the deduction of State and Local Taxes for instance….on the surface, can see the push for such a thing, many saying why should “red” states basically foot the bill for “blue” states….yet, if you look closer at many of those states, the “blue” areas are small with dense populations and the remainder of the state is “red”..look at IL, IN, NY in particular. Those areas of “red” will be punished simply for where they live, nothing else. Are we to place blame on them? How much control do those areas actually have on states which have very clearly mismanaged funding? The debate over issues facing this nation MUST move towards the betterment of this nation and the individual….What I see as a bigger picture here, and something Franklin spoke of when asked is “We have given you a Republic” if you can keep it. We, as a nation, are moving from a Republic where the voice of the minority is heard, to a democracy where the majority rules…This we must not allow to happen

    1. Excellent comment.

  3. Great recap Trey. Thank you. The border agents are not allowed to use deadly force in certain situations as outlined by Obummer. Apparently, stoning a federal agent is one of them. I pray to God that one is not true but it was on FOX. President Trump needs to change it immediately. I do think we have the right to know who our tax dollars paid out on for the sexual harassment and “other” activities. Doesn’t that fall under the Freedom of Information Act? The “victim” would have their names sealed but not the assaulter. Frankenstein is at it again; more pictures circulating of him “groping” women’s breasts. How many will come forward? How many pictures will come out?

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